NOW Music is proud to present the next instalment in our ongoing 'Yearbook' series, 'NOW - Yearbook 1978' - 85 tracks from a magical year in Pop! Opening with the epic 'Mr. Blue Sky' from Electric Light Orchestra, the timeless 'Baker Street' from Gerry Rafferty, and Rod Stewart's massive #1 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?'. More number one's follow, with songs from ABBA and Boney M, pop-reggae chart-toppers from 10cc and Althea & Donna, and a run of dancefloor fillers by Chaka Khan and Donna Summer. The second disc pays tribute to the incredible line-up of artists in the charts of 1978 with their roots in Punk and beginning the burgeoning New Wave movement , kicking off with songs from The Boomtown Rats, The Undertones and the Buzzcocks, alongside classic singles from Siouxsie And The Banshees, The Rezillos, The Clash, The Jam, Elvis Costello & The Attractions, and Ian Dury & The Blockheads. Disc 3 is a fabulous celebration of Disco in 1978. A stunning run of Disco gold, led by the sophisticated groove of 'Le Freak' from Chic, alongside 'Boogie Oogie Oogie', 'Instant Replay', 'Let's All Chant' and 'More Than A Woman' by Tavares from the soundtrack of 'Saturday Night Fever'. More Dance-oriented hits from Hot Chocolate and Earth, Wind & Fire feature, before the disc closes with two of the year's most beautiful ballads from Heatwave and the timeless 'Love Don't Live Here Anymore' from Rose Royce. The final disc is all about the Pop smashes of the year - opening with 'Denis' the chart breakthrough from Blondie, and two huge hits from the soundtrack to 'Grease' from Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta. Darts paid tribute to 50s doo-wop, and Bill Withers and John Paul Young produced two of the most uplifting songs ever ('Lovely Day' and 'Love Is In The Air'). Unique hits from Renaissance, Scott Fitzgerald & Yvonne Keeley, and Barry Manilow are followed by a run of Pop gems from Dollar, Andrew Gold, Boney M. This incredible collection draws to a close with 'Oh What A Circus' a massive hit for David Essex, Brian & Michael's #1 'Matchstalk Men And Matchstalk Cats And Dogs', and what better way to sign-off such a diverse year in the charts than with 1978's best-selling #2 peaking single - Father Abraham with the 'Smurf Song'. 'NOW - Yearbook 1978' - A celebration of the diversity and wonderful creativity of the year in Pop.