Saturday 16 May 1998
1 Turn Back Time AQUA
2 Under the Bridge/Lady Marmalade ALL SAINTS
3 Gone Till November WYCLEF JEAN
4 Life Ain't Easy CLEOPATRA
5 Feel It TAMPERER FEAT. MAYA
6 Dreams THE CORRS
7 Say You Love Me SIMPLY RED
8 Ray of Light MADONNA
9 Last Thing On My Mind STEPS
10 Dance the Night Away MAVERICKS
1 International Velvet CATATONIA
2 Mezzanine MASSIVE ATTACK
3 Life Thru a Lens ROBBIE WILLIAMS
4 Ray of Light MADONNA
5 All Saints ALL SAINTS
6 From the Choirgirl Hotel TORI AMOS
7 Urban Hymns THE VERVE
8 The Best of... JAMES
9 Let's Talk About Love CELINE DION
10 Titanic - Original Soundtrack JAMES HORNER
1 Now that's What I Call Music VARIOUS ARTISTS
2 Top of The Pops '98 Vol 1 VARIOUS ARTISTS
3 The Best Club Anthems... Ever! III VARIOUS ARTISTS
4 Kiss Garage VARIOUS ARTISTS
5 Club Hits '98 VARIOUS ARTISTS
6 Clubbin' VARIOUS ARTISTS
7 The Full Monty VARIOUS ARTISTS
8 The Best Anthems... Ever II VARIOUS ARTISTS
9 New Hits '98 VARIOUS ARTISTS
10 Pete Tong Essential Collection VARIOUS ARTISTS
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