Have you ever been a big fan of an artist, but really only wanted to listen to one song by them? We can’t all just keep buying cassingles, man! It’s 1998, and there has to be a better way to enjoy our favorite jams. Thankfully, the new release Now: That’s What I Call Music! is the best thing to hit stores since the Skip-It. Now is composed of some of your favorite tracks by Janet, the Backstreet Boys, Spice Girls and K-Ci & JoJo. Almost every track is a keeper, from Fastball’s passionate and addicting “The Way” to Hanson’s unforgettable “Mmm Bop.” Still, there were some tracks I had to skip. In particular, this whiny British band Radioface has a song called “Karma Guy” or whatever. It is honestly the worst song I have ever heard, and I am confident that by 2013, no one will be talking about Radioface’s OK Computing or whatever it was called. We’ll all be singing Aqua’s “Barbie Girl” and really understanding what music is all about. Anyway, I’m so glad Now was such a terrific album, and I can guarantee that even if they make 45 more of these collections, they’ll still be super.