If You Were There . . . The Best of Wham - Wham! (Epic) Wham! represented a fantasy life that was limitless and free, a world of girls, late nights, cigarettes, free drinks and fast cars. In the 1980s, millions decided they wanted to live on planet Wham! Wham! hits like Freedom, The Edge of Heaven, Wake Me Up Before You Go Go and I'm Your Man are the sound of young guns who would not dream of wearing a silencer. This collection ranks with the greatest pop music from Britain, music that assumes with all the arrogance of youth that life will keep getting sweeter and sweeter. This Is Not a Love Song - Omar (RCA) Omar already has won legions of devotees with his mellifluous tenor and, although he does not surprise here, he does not disappoint. This is the fifth solo album by the quintessential R & B loveman. He sings typically steamy ballads, but adds a smattering of up-tempo grooves, jazz-influenced fare and pop pieces for a more textured outing overall. His favourite female singer Syreeta Wright adds her clear voice on the title-track. New Forms - Roni Size and Reprazent (Mercury) The dark-horse winner of the 1997 Mercury Music Prize delivers New Forms, bringing to Hong Kong the drum'n'bass sound that has taken Britain by storm. Roni Size and Reprazent are the future direction of drum'n'bass. This set is filled with pop, hip-hop and rock tunes. Let's call it 'ahead of the curve' as far as mainstream Hong Kong listeners go. This will get its chance at clubs rather than on radio.