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Imagine Dragons featured on new "NOW That's What I Call Music!" compilation

ABC/Randy HolmesThere are only three things certain in life: death, taxes, and a new NOW That's What I Call Music! album.

The 66th volume of the long-running compilation series will be released on May 4, and features the Imagine Dragons single "Whatever It Takes."

This year actually marks two decades of NOW albums in the U.S.: After launching in the U.K. in the '80s, the first American NOW album was released in 1998. To commemorate the milestone, the franchise has launched a new 20th anniversary hub, which allows you to watch videos, take part in music trivia and competitions, and access links to stream all NOW albums.

You’ll also be able to vote for your top tracks spanning the entire series. The winning choices will then be featured on a special NOW That’s What I Call Music! 20th Anniversary album to be released this November.

In addition to appearing on decades-spanning compilation albums, Imagine Dragons will launch a U.S. tour this summer in support of their latest effort, Evolve. The trek begins June 5 in Hartford, Connecticut.

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