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6 Degrees Entertainment

Title - 'Now That's What I Call Party Anthems' (EMI)
Artist - Various

I just love this series of CDs. Originating from the UK this new 2012 collection of Party Anthems is yet another shining example of what the Americans can do with the popular series.

Focusing only on the best recent dance chart hits, this is definitely a collection of tracks guaranteed to get your party started! It kicks off with 'Party Rock Anthem (feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock)' from LMFAO, before quickly heading into 'I Gotta Feeling (Album Version)' from the B;ack Eyed Peas, 'Tonight (I'm Lovin' You) [feat. Ludacris and DJ Frank E]' from Enrique Iglesias, and both 'Forver' from Chris Brown and 'More' from Usher.

The techno trance crunk of 'Turbulence' from Laidback Luke & Steve Aoki feat. Lil Jon is followed by the monster pop radio hit from Gotye 'Somebody That I Used To Know - (4FRNT Remix) [feat. Kimbra]' and 'California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg)' from Katy Perry. Then comes the pop bounce of 'You Make Me Feel...(Futurecop Remix) [feat. Sabi]' from Cobra Starship, with England's pop darling Jessie J singing 'Domino (Myon and Shane Remix)' and Pink's 'Raise Your Glass' thereafter.

Heading into the final third of the exhausting album and we have 'Turn Me On (feat. Nicki Minaj)' from dance DJ guru David Guetta, and then both 'Blow' from Ke$ha and 'Till The World Ends' from pop princess Britney Spears. The addictive 'Give Me Everything (feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & Nayer)' from Pitbull is backed by Maroon 5's hip-swayin' 'Moves Like Jagger (feat. Christina Aguilera),' with the album coming to a close with Kelly Clarkson's foot stomper 'Stronger (Nicky Romero RadioMix)' and then finally 'Bad Romance (Skrillex Remix)' by Lady GaGa.