It's the 30th anniversary of the "Now That's What I Call Music" album series - but how well do you know this particular slice of musical history?
Just to be clear, we're talking about the UK album series only. As a helpful guide, the first was in November 1983, the most recent one is Now 86, and Now 50 came out in November 2001. There have consistently been three Nows a year since 1992 - before that it varied between 1, 2 and 3 a year.
Now 3Now 8Now XIIINow 22
Now That's What I Call Music XIII
Released in November 1988. Also, apparently the Now guys have an aversion to writing the number 13.
Now That's What I Call Music (the original one)Now 4Now 11Now 18
It's Now That's What I Call Music 4
Released in November 1984.
Now 55Now 61Now 68Now 73
Now That's What I Call Music 55
Released July 2003. Has the distinction of featuring both S Club and S Club 8.
Now 7Now 12Now 17Now 23
Now That's What I Call Music 23
Released in November 1992. ("Dancing Queen" was re-released to coincide with ABBA's "Gold" greatest hits compilation.)
Now 52Now 60Now 67Now 74
Now That's What I Call Music 60
Released March 2005. To this date, it remains unclear what you were waiting for.
Now 33Now 38Now 44Now 51
Now That's What I Call Music 44
Released November 1999 - the last Now of the 20th century. Really strong track selection. Except for Phil Collins.
Now 24Now 31Now 38Now 46
Now That's What I Call Music 31
Released July 1995. Still can't believe all these songs came out around the same time.
Now 79Now 82Now 84Now 86
Now That's What I Call Music 84
Released March 2013. Almost, but not quite, the most recent Now.
Now 70Now 75Now 80Now 85
Now That's What I Call Music 75
Released March 2010, at the height of what historians will look back on as "the Glee era".
Now 57Now 62Now 69Now 76
Now That's What I Call Music 69
Released March 2008. It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, and it had a Nickelback song in it what was even worse.
Now 39Now 44Now 49Now 53
Now That's What I Call Music 39
Released April 1998. Also featured: The Verve's "Lucky Man", "It's Like That" by Run-D.M.C. vs. Jason Nevins, Steps' "5,6,7,8", Wildchild's "Renegade Master '98" and both "Angels" AND "Let Me Entertain You" from Robbie Williams. We think there's a strong argument that this is the greatest Now ever.