Who Still Buys Those 'Now That's What I Call Music!' CDs? Tons of PeopleBy
You know that weird, half-surprised feeling you get when you encounter an old movie on TV you haven’t seen in years? The actors’ faces seem younger, their haircuts have long gone out of style, and you find yourself wondering such things as, “Whatever happened to Mena Suvari, anyway?” You know the feeling I’m talking about? It happens to me every time I see a commercial for one of those That’s What I Call Music! CDs.
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