‘Now 100’ is on course to be 2018’s biggest selling album so far

Robbie Williams was recently revealed to be the most prominent artist on the compilation collection

‘Now That’s What I Call Music 100’ is on course to become 2018’s biggest-selling album yet, with 105,000 copies sold in its first three days on sale.

The title is currently held by its predecessor, ‘Now 99’, which sold 115,000 in its opening week back in March, according to the Official Charts Company.

Released last Friday (July 20), ‘Now 100’ features the latest hits of the moment plus a selection of popular tracks from the last 35 years, since the first NOW was released in 1983 including Calvin Harris and Dua Lipa‘s ‘One Kiss’ and Post Malone‘s ‘Better Now’ along with UB40’s ‘Red Red Wine’, The Spice Girls’ breakthrough hit ‘Wannabe’, Cher’s ‘Believe’ and Justin Bieber’s ‘Love Yourself’.

It was recently revealed that Robbie Williams is the most featured artist on the ‘Now That’s What I Call Music’ compilations.

The latest collection features Williams’ 1997 hit ‘Angels’. The singer has scored a total of 30 tracks across the series – the first was ‘Old Before I Die’ from the LP ‘Life thru a Lens’ on 1997’s ‘NOW 37’.

In June, Williams teamed up with Taylor Swift at Wembley to perform ‘Angels’.

He also caused controversy when he flipped his middle finger during a TV broadcast of the World Cup opening ceremony in Russia, last month.