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NOW That's What I Call Love Songs! CD Review

NOW That's What I Call Love Songs! CD Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Jan 29, 2013
( Rating: 4 Star Rating)

NOW Thats What I Call Love Songs! is a CD compilation that features some of the hottest pop artists singing the most romantic Top 40 tunes out there, find out more in the Kidzworld CD Review!

NOW That's What I Call Love Songs! 

NOW That's What I Call Love Songs! has been released just in time for lovestruck pop music fans to gear up for Valentine's Day! In just two weeks you might be smooching with your sweetie (or if things don't go as planned, eating those heart-shaped chocolates by yourself!) Whether you're silently crushing on someone, already in love or just waiting for someone special to appear in your life, NOW That's What I Call Love Songs! is the perfect pop playlist for Valentine's Day. It's choc-a-bloc full of romantic tunes from your favorite artists, featuring uplifting gems like Bruno Mars' "Just the Way You Are," and Taylor Swift's "Ours."

NOW That's What I Call Love Songs! even includes a few surprises, highlights include Irish band The Frames singing their heartwrenching lvoe song "Falling Slowly," which was featured in the movie Once, as well as Demi Lovato's power ballad "Give Your Heart a Break," and The Wanted's "Glad You Came." The only drawback is that if you're prone to tears, there are lots of sad songs on here that might get you reaching for the tissue box, like Katy Perry's "The One That Got Away."

Track List

  1. Bruno Mars - Just the Way You Are
  2. Christina Perri - Jar of Hearts
  3. Taylor Swift - Ours
  4. Jason Mraz - I Won't Give Up
  5. Train - Marry Me
  6. The Script - For the First Time
  7. The Fray - Heartbeat
  8. Coldplay - Fix You
  9. The Frames - Falling Slowly
  10. OneRepublic - All This Time
  11. Alex Clare - Too Close
  12. Kelly Clarkson - Dark Side
  13. Gavin DeGraw - Not Over You
  14. P!nk - Please Don't Leave Me
  15. Demi Lovato - Give Your Heart a Break
  16. Katy Perry - The One That Got Away
  17. Lady Gaga - You and I
  18. The Wanted - Glad You Came

NOW That's What I Call Love Songs! CD Rating:4

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