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Now That's What I Call Music 69 - (Music)


I recently bought this album, and was very disappointed to find that this excellent series is no longer available in handy cassette format, so I wasn't able to listen to it on my ghetto blaster.
This was a real downer for everyone at the beach party, as we couldn't 'bop down' to Girls Aloud and Soulja Boy Tell'em, and instead had to make our own fun.
We achieved this by tying bricks to each other's feet and seeing how long we could stay alive for underwater. Sadly I couldn't take part because I have a verruca, and more upsettingly still, all of my friends have died by drowning, and I am writing this from prison.
So although the track listing looked good, I'm afraid I can't give the album a full 5/5.

Rating: 4/5
By Randy Holmes


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To release a double LP is always a risk, but this band have certainly pulled it off, 40 great tracks & they could all be released as singles, I can't wait to hear more from Now That's What I Call Music 69
Comment By: John Holmes, 01 Aug 2008, Rating: 5/5

I was most disappointed by this album as there is no music from the late sixties on this cd..a huge rip off
Comment By: Brad Kilnker, 30 Jul 2008, Rating: 1/5

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