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Pop / Rock 31/08/2004

TOTALLY HITS 2004 reboots with Vol. 2 including Alicia Keys, Avril Lavigne, Jet, OutKast, and more in Stores October 5

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LOS ANGELES, CA. (Warner Bros/ Warner Strategic Marketing) - Warner Strategic Marketing offers the cream of today's musical crop on its outstanding 20-song collection of chart-toppers, Totally Hits 2004 Vol. 2. Teeming with hits from today's most popular artists, the collection features songs that shake, sizzle, and groove.

Without skipping a beat, Totally Hits 2004 Vol. 2 picks up where the certified gold Totally Hits 2004 left off. In stores October 5, 2004, and at, Vol. 2 features a diversity of stars such as Avril Lavigne, Brandy, Big & Rich, OutKast, Ryan Cabrera, Maroon 5, Taking Back Sunday, Twista, and more. Vol. 2 includes current hits: "Turn Me On" by Kevin Lyttle featuring Spragga Benz, "If I Ain't Got You" by Alicia Keys, "U Should've Known Better" by Monica, "Let's Get Away" by T.I., and "Scandalous" by Mis-Teeq.

Also included in this collection are hits by emerging artists: "Get No Better" by hip-hop's Cassidy featuring Mashonda, the No 1 "I Believe" from American Idol champion Fantasia, "Cold Hard B****" by Jet, "A Decade Under The Influence" by Taking Back Sunday, dance sensation Kimberley Locke's "8th World Wonder," and the infinitely catchy "I Believe In A Thing Called Love" by big-haired rockers The Darkness. Other superstar recordings include OutKast's runaway smash "Roses," Alanis Morissette's "Everything," Brandy featuring Kanye West on "Talk About Our Love," Avril Lavigne's "Don't Tell Me," and Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett on "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere."

Introduced in 1999 as a joint venture between BMG and the Warner Music Group, the Totally series has sold more than 10 million copies and counting.
For more information regarding TOTALLY HITS 2004 Vol. 2, please contact Tom Muzquiz at Warner Strategic Marketing: 818-238-6189 or

Totally Hits 2004 Vol. 2
1) Kevin Lyttle feat. Spragga Benz "Turn Me On"
2) OutKast "Roses"
3) Twista "Overnight Celebrity"
4) Alicia Keys "If I Ain't Got You"
5) Ryan Cabrera "On The Way Down"
6) Maroon 5 "This Love"
7) Avril Lavigne "Don't Tell Me"
8) Mis-Teeq "Scandalous"
9) T.I. "Let's Get Away"
10) Brandy feat. Kanye West "Talk About Our Love"
11) Cassidy feat. Mashonda "Get No Better"
12) Monica "U Should've Known Better"
13) Fantasia "I Believe"
14) Kimberley Locke "8th World Wonder"
15) Taking Back Sunday "A Decade Under The Influence"
16) Jet "Cold Hard B****"
17) Alanis Morissette "Everything"
18) The Darkness "I Believe In A Thing Called Love"
19) Big & Rich "Save A Horse"
20) Alan Jackson & Jimmy Buffett "It's Five O'Clock Somewhere"

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