Creators of ‘NOW’ series launch rock-themed spinoff with Bring Me The Horizon,...

Creators of ‘NOW’ series launch rock-themed spinoff with Bring Me The Horizon, Fall Out Boy, more

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We’ve all seen those NOW That’s What I Call Music! compilation CDs before—there have been 56 installments in the U.S. alone since 1998, with the number totaling 92 editions in the series’ homeland of the United Kingdom. Usually, these collections are stocked with the biggest pop hits of the day, with an occasional rock track sneaking its way on. Now, it’s time for rock ’n’ roll to get its own series: Presenting NOW That’s What I Call Rock!, to be released January 22 via Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment. The 21-song collection features recent hits from Bring Me The Horizon [pictured], Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons, X Ambassadors, the Struts, Wolf Alice and many more, though the definition of “rock” might be disputed with more than one of these tracks. (Not to editorialize, but there is nothing “rock” about that goddamn Walk The Moon song.) You can view the full tracklisting below and pick up the album on January 22 (or just go make a YouTube playlist of all of these for free; whichevs).

Now That's What I Call Rock

  1. Bring Me the Horizon – “Throne”
  2. Shinedown – “Cut the Cord”
  3. Fall Out Boy – “Uma Thurman”
  4. Royal Blood – “Little Monster”
  5. Seether – “Words as Weapons”
  6. Cage the Elephant – “Mess Around”
  7. The Struts – “Could Have Been Me”
  8. Imagine Dragons – “I Bet My Life”
  9. Cold War Kids – “First”
  10. Walk the Moon- “Shut Up and Dance”
  11. X Ambassadors – “Renegades”
  12. Chris Cornell – “Nearly Forgot My Broken Heart”
  13. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats – “S.O.B.”
  14. Elle King – “Ex’s & Oh’s”
  15. Florence + The Machine – “Ship to Wreck”
  16. BØRNS – “Electric Love”
  17. Breaking Benjamin – “Failure”
  18. Red Sun Rising – “The Otherside”
  19. Failure Anthem – “Paralyzed”
  20. Devour the Day – “Lightning In the Sky”
  21. Wolf Alice – “Bros”