Elvis Stars On 'Now 36' Hit Compilation

“Now That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 36,” the latest in the never-ending collection of current pop hits, will street on Nov. 9 with a new feature. A few editions back, “Now” added a “Now What’s Next” slot for tracks from emerging acts. Now, for the first time, the compilations will also include a “Now Flashback” track. The first will be Elvis Presley’s “Suspicious Minds.” And in what we’re sure is a total coincidence, “Now 36” comes with info on how to enter a contest to win a trip to Vegas to see “Viva Elvis by Cirque du Soleil” at that Aria Hotel.

The “Now What’s Next” tracks from “36” come from The Secret Sisters, Sick Puppies, and Free Energy.

NOW That’s What I Call Music! Vol. 36 track listing:

1. Katy Perry Teenage Dream
2. Usher (feat. Pitbull) DJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love
3. Ke$ha Take It Off
4. Adam Lambert If I Had You
5. Taio Cruz Dynamite
6. Nelly Just A Dream
7. Chris Brown (feat. Tyga & Kevin McCall) Deuces
8. B.o.B (feat. Rivers Cuomo) Magic
9. David Guetta Memories (feat. Kid Cudi)
10. Maroon 5 Misery
11. Neon Trees Animal
12. OneRepublic Secrets
13. Sara Bareilles King Of Anything
14. Paramore The Only Exception
15. Daughtry September
16. Sugarland Stuck Like Glue

BONUS TRACKS: “NOW What’s Next” New Music Preview

17. Sick Puppies Maybe
18. Free Energy Bang Pop
19. The Secret Sisters Tennessee Me

BONUS TRACK: “NOW Flashback”

Elvis Presley Suspicious Minds

Source: ElvisMatters / Updated: Oct 29, 2010 
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dgirl (profilecontact) wrote on Nov 1, 2010report abuse
Most of the artists on this CD have had multiple platinum sales. How are they up & coming? Because you never heard of them? Listen to current radio and all these artists get played daily, at least in the USA. Katy Perry had the biggest selling single of the summer! So it is a good thing to have Elvis on here. If you dont like todays music at least acknowledge music has moved on since 1977 with new artists who are very popular with todays youth.
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 31, 2010report abuse
Reply to SuzieB. The 'Duets' on some international versions of the 'Viva Elvis' album are very good BUT for the most part are by what one would call kindly as 'up and coming' artists on the Sony label. As already stated I do not like this practice. However, I am still very supportive of the album itself as it presents something new for fans like myself who have all of Elvis' original recordings. One should not compare these new versions with the originals as they were classics but I am all for new ideas to be tried and something new to listen to. Further, if, as I suspect, some younger members of society like the new backings then hopefully it may encourage them to find out more about the KING and hopefully turn them into new Elvis fans. We can but hope.
SuziB (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2010report abuse
Brian, so I assume your view also applies to most international versions of Viva Elvis, given the duets with complete nobodies. Interesting, considering you have been very vocal in your support of the album for many many months.
Brian Quinn (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2010report abuse
I urge all fans not to buy this release as SONY is using Elvis to further the careers of their 'wannabee' stars. I for one will not purchase it.
I am Buffalo-Horn! (profilecontact) wrote on Oct 30, 2010report abuse
If you order this make sure you don't end up with "Now That's What I Call Music! 36" which came out in 1997! Regarding the release of the "Suspicious Minds" single, as I said in a post 2 weeks ago, where on earth is this. It's not available from the "Big 3" of Amazon, HMV & play.com – in fact no-one seems to have it for us to buy. This is a poor siutation for a single which you can now download from iTunes, but not buy physically. What is going on?! It won't chart well if sales are split.

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