Much like the dropoff from the first "Now", "Totally Hits" falls a bit in its second release. Again, the reason being unmemorable songs from well-known artists and follow-ups that pale in comparison to their predicessors.1. Maria Maria-Not bad, but a rather weak follow-up to "Smooth". It was still a #1 hit. (3/5)2. Genie In a Bottle-While "Now" carries Britney, "TH" carries her main rival. This hit scored an upset win for Christina over Britney at the Grammys. (4.5/5)3. Never Let You Go-One follow-up that was actually better than its predicessor, "Jumper". (4.5/5)4. Falls Apart-Good, but not great follow-up to "Someday". (3.5/5)5. Amazed-Good country entry from newcomer Lonestar. (4/5)6. Mambo #5-This obvious one-hit-wonder can test some people's patience. A good stategy is to change the dial on a song you know is going to get overplayed, so that when you get a copy of it, you won't be sick of it yet. That's what I did with this catchy novelty. (5/5)7. Beautiful Stranger-Pretty Good Madonna song. More effective in the context of the "Austin Powers 2" movie. (3.5/5)8. My Love is Your Love-One of the better recent Whitney tunes. (3.5/5)9. Take a Picture-Catchy rock tune. (4/5)10. Dear Lie-Lousy, irritating TLC song. (1.5/5)11. Hot Boyz-Now we get a rap song for the first time. I'm not a fan of the genre. Missy's "Get Ur Freak On" is better than this. (2/5)12. Natural Blues-Terrific dance tune from Moby. (4.5/5)13. Girl On TV-Drippy boy band ballad. (2/5)14. I Drive Myself Crazy-'NSYNC's final RCA and "TH" entry, a rather dull ballad. (2/5)15. U Know What's Up-No, I don't. Who's Donell Jones? (2/5)16. Right Here Waiting-Another unmemorable tune from a well-known R & B artist. (2/5)17. The Great Beyond-R.E.M. has been the most enduring group of the 80's and 90's. Unfortunately, their only "TH" entry is this merely okay song. (2.5/5)18. I Will Remember You-Decent ballad. (3/5)So, like "Now" 2 and 3, "Totally Hits 2" suffers from too much unmemorable filler.