US Billboard Charts (16/03/2013)

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Postby arab » Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:25 pm

CHART: Top Current Rock Albums

1 XLXR 1 ATOMS FOR PEACE AMOK 49 822 999 386 50 208
23 GLSN 1 1 2 MUMFORD & SONS BABEL 43 146 -31 62 756 2 027 754
48 DUA 3 2 3 LUMINEERS LUMINEERS 30 468 -13 35 014 1 072 845
22 WAR 17 18 4 MUSE 2ND LAW 26 349 224 8 126 342 577
54 FUER 4 5 5 FUN. SOME NIGHTS 25 611 -13 29 584 1 144 686
26 INT 9 6 6 IMAGINE DRAGONS NIGHT VISIONS 23 879 -3 24 498 629 911
5 WAR 19 21 7 TEGAN & SARA HEARTTHROB 19 613 236 5 831 95 413
13 ATO 7 3 8 ALABAMA SHAKES BOYS & GIRLS 19 020 -42 32 676 477 901
6 CAP 2 4 9 VARIOUS 2013 GRAMMY NOMINEES 18 895 -37 30 174 239 490
46 COL 38 50 10 TRAIN CALIFORNIA 37 18 162 507 2 994 448 136
15 ATLG 20 26 11 LED ZEPPELIN CELEBRATION DAY 16 687 274 4 464 387 866
65 WAR 6 8 12 BLACK KEYS EL CAMINO 15 510 -9 17 096 1 224 253
1 COL 13 PASSION PIT GOSSAMER 14 812 619 2 061 163 790
147 GLSN 11 10 14 MUMFORD & SONS SIGH NO MORE 12 504 -16 14 853 2 811 750
15 19IN 12 14 15 PHILLIPS*PHILLIP WORLD FROM THE SIDE OF THE MOO 12 424 -2 12 687 737 723
48 R-RR 18 15 16 OF MONSTERS AND MEN MY HEAD IS AN ANIMAL 10 842 6 10 263 694 150
1 SNP 17 WILSON*STEVEN RAVEN THAT REFUSED TO SING 9 959 999 270 10 229
38 NELK 8 13 18 SHEERAN*ED + 9 688 -25 12 936 475 634
15 ATLG 15 17 19 KID ROCK REBEL SOUL 9 196 -3 9 483 441 700
1 DCNT 20 LONE BELLOW, THE LONE BELLOW 8 938 754 1 046 24 805
3 RCA 5 12 21 BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE TEMPER TEMPER 8 265 -38 13 420 66 552
14 ATLG 22 VARIOUS ARTISTS TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN-P 8 166 188 2 837 266 118
4 PRVT 13 16 23 RED RELEASE THE PANIC 7 430 -26 9 997 73 002
3 BEC 10 20 24 CAMP*JEREMY RECKLESS 7 277 -3 7 531 37 459
1 EPIC 25 APPLE*FIONA IDLER WHEEL IS WISER THAN THE 6 750 798 752 222 296
2 CEME 7 26 BUCKCHERRY CONFESSIONS 6 566 -63 17 868 25 120
1 NVOD 27 MARR*JOHNNY MESSENGER 6 557 999 68 6 625
57 INT 24 22 28 DEL REY*LANA BORN TO DIE 5 598 -1 5 658 546 839
1 COL 29 BAND OF HORSES MIRAGE ROCK 5 415 999 408 61 183
6 LEGC 48 34 30 RODRIGUEZ SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN SOUNDT 5 338 53 3 495 84 358
10 RDBL 39 29 31 AWOLNATION MEGALITHIC SYMPHONY 4 850 27 3 813 365 016
2 WAR 11 32 ATLAS GENIUS WHEN IT WAS NOW 4 750 -66 14 082 18 881
2 BADS 9 33 CAVE*NICK & THE BAD SEEDS PUSH THE SKY AWAY 4 640 -70 15 338 20 204
12 COL 16 24 34 WHITE*JACK BLUNDERBUSS 4 626 -5 4 848 492 944
1 EOM 35 WITHIN THE RUINS ELITE 3 750 999 226 3 976
1 EGRO 36 HAYWARD*JUSTIN SPIRITS OF THE WESTERN SKY 3 501 999 14 3 529
10 ATLG 33 28 37 ALT-J AWESOME WAVE 3 352 -16 3 979 80 178
8 R-LV 32 36 38 BLACK VEIL BRIDES WRETCHED AND DIVINE 3 334 -4 3 470 78 757
2 BEC 38 39 KUTLESS BELIEVER 3 193 -7 3 446 82 085
8 DPKM 31 33 40 DROPKICK MURPHYS SIGNED & SEALED IN BLOOD 3 173 -11 3 569 66 766
8 OCAM 29 39 41 HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND 3 102 -10 3 441 92 793
70 R-RR 14 31 42 FLORENCE + THE MACHINE CEREMONIALS 3 042 -20 3 780 874 097
3 CAP 25 48 43 SEGER*BOB & THE SILVER BULLET ULTIMATE HITS: ROCK & ROLL NEV 3 004 0 3 007 416 574
1 R-RR 44 VOLBEAT BEYOND HELL/ABOVE HEAVEN 2 996 2 2 948 207 963
4 HHI 21 30 45 COHEED & CAMBRIA AFTERMAN: DECENSION 2 976 -21 3 783 55 136
6 ATLG 37 41 46 HALESTORM STRANGE CASE OF 2 960 -9 3 261 192 254
9 COL 28 32 47 VARIOUS 12-12-12 THE CONCERT FOR SANDY 2 848 -22 3 645 150 183
16 INT 41 37 48 DEL REY*LANA PARADISE 2 843 -18 3 462 176 390
9 MDUR 49 49 TAME IMPALA LONERISM 2 838 -6 3 004 84 743
15 WAR 49 50 DEFTONES KOI NO YOKAN 2 824 -5 2 964 152 378
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Postby arab » Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:25 pm

CHART: Top Hard Music Albums

16 ATLG 4 4 1 LED ZEPPELIN CELEBRATION DAY 16 687 274 4 464 387 866
72 COL 48 90 2 AEROSMITH GREATEST HITS 12 906 999 1 067 5 478 648
3 RCA 1 2 3 BULLET FOR MY VALENTINE TEMPER TEMPER 8 265 -38 13 420 66 552
4 PRVT 3 3 4 RED RELEASE THE PANIC 7 430 -26 9 997 73 002
2 CEME 1 5 BUCKCHERRY CONFESSIONS 6 566 -63 17 868 25 120
7 LAVA 8 5 6 KID ROCK COCKY 5 388 25 4 321 5 234 212
1 EOM 7 WITHIN THE RUINS ELITE 3 750 999 226 3 976
8 R-LV 9 7 8 BLACK VEIL BRIDES WRETCHED AND DIVINE 3 334 -4 3 470 78 757
483 WAR 47 41 9 RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS GREATEST HITS 3 148 75 1 803 2 135 058
8 OCAM 7 8 10 HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD NOTES FROM THE UNDERGROUND 3 102 -10 3 441 92 793
108 COL 2 9 11 JOURNEY GREATEST HITS 3 085 -10 3 428 8 292 431
6 ROAD 30 21 12 NICKELBACK SILVER SIDE UP 3 043 16 2 625 5 603 792
72 R-RR 19 14 13 VOLBEAT BEYOND HELL/ABOVE HEAVEN 2 996 2 2 948 207 963
4 HHI 5 6 14 COHEED & CAMBRIA AFTERMAN: DECENSION 2 976 -21 3 783 55 136
47 ATLG 10 10 15 HALESTORM STRANGE CASE OF 2 960 -9 3 261 192 254
277 ATLG 28 19 16 LED ZEPPELIN MOTHERSHIP 2 922 7 2 734 1 809 760
16 WAR 16 13 17 DEFTONES KOI NO YOKAN 2 824 -5 2 964 152 378
121 ISL 27 25 18 BON JOVI BON JOVI GREATEST HITS 2 793 11 2 505 811 499
22 RCA 17 15 19 THREE DAYS GRACE TRANSIT OF VENUS 2 758 -3 2 852 170 480
44 COL 25 20 20 AC/DC BACK IN BLACK 2 745 3 2 662 2 935 990
19 ROAD 15 16 21 STONE SOUR HOUSE OF GOLD & BONES PART ONE 2 717 -5 2 849 115 190
29 CEME 20 18 22 IN THIS MOMENT BLOOD 2 702 -3 2 778 130 415
36 WAR 18 22 23 LINKIN PARK LIVING THINGS 2 522 -3 2 607 594 040
73 PPKQ 24 26 24 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH AMERICAN CAPITALIST 2 518 5 2 387 525 926
15 R-RR 22 23 25 3 DOORS DOWN GREATEST HITS 2 509 -3 2 586 61 796
467 GEFN 6 17 26 GUNS N'ROSES GREATEST HITS 2 500 -12 2 837 5 418 357
49 ATLG 13 12 27 SHINEDOWN AMARYLLIS 2 481 -18 3 026 374 447
106 GEFN 21 29 28 AEROSMITH BEST OF AEROSMITH-MILLENNIUM C 2 394 6 2 261 551 822
98 SBSM 38 31 29 BAD COMPANY EXTENDED VERSIONS: 2 391 12 2 136 240 818
174 RCA 31 28 30 FOO FIGHTERS GREATEST HITS 2 321 2 2 265 691 415
16 R-RR 23 32 31 SOUNDGARDEN KING ANIMAL 2 198 4 2 120 187 121
14 EPIC 29 24 32 RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE RAGE AGAINST THE MACHINE 2 109 -16 2 518 3 696 680
351 RCA 36 30 33 THREE DAYS GRACE ONE-X 2 041 -5 2 157 1 827 721
78 BKNR 36 34 34 METALLICA METALLICA 2 039 1 2 021 15 861 685
387 ROAD 40 43 35 NICKELBACK ALL THE RIGHT REASONS 1 982 13 1 760 7 676 572
6 LEGC 46 47 36 HENDRIX*JIMI SOUTH SATURN DELTA 1 920 18 1 628 23 626
645 WAR 42 37 37 LINKIN PARK HYBRID THEORY 1 918 0 1 924 10 059 007
22 WNDU 69 46 38 SEETHER DISCLAIMER II 1 897 14 1 665 942 791
5 RAZO 14 27 39 HATEBREED DIVINITY OF PURPOSE 1 870 -19 2 321 30 181
180 MM2 43 45 40 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH WAR IS THE ANSWER 1 860 11 1 676 751 712
39 WTM 35 36 41 ROCK OF AGES SOUNDTRACK 1 833 -5 1 933 288 213
77 HOL 55 70 42 QUEEN GREATEST HITS-WE WILL ROCK YOU 1 802 42 1 272 1 152 405
70 HOL 41 42 43 QUEEN GREATEST HITS 1 766 -2 1 793 7 076 294
50 EPIC 51 44 44 BLACK SABBATH PARANOID 1 729 0 1 722 1 578 815
522 WNDU 50 56 45 EVANESCENCE FALLEN 1 682 16 1 452 7 711 198
15 RCA 33 40 46 DAUGHTRY DAUGHTRY 1 673 -8 1 827 4 937 003
71 EPIC 12 35 47 PEARL JAM TEN 1 658 -16 1 972 10 004 491
5 GEFN 72 67 48 ZOMBIE*ROB MILLENNIUM COLLECTION-20TH CEN 1 642 23 1 335 385 246
4 GEFN 71 62 49 STEPPENWOLF BEST OF STEPPENWOLF-MILLENNIUM 1 624 15 1 411 941 994
172 MTLY 53 50 50 MOTLEY CRUE GREATEST HITS 1 600 2 1 561 464 327
72 ATLG 83 49 51 LED ZEPPELIN LED ZEPPELIN 4 1 524 -3 1 566 3 817 260
32 RIS 78 48 52 SLEEPING WITH SIRENS LET'S CHEERS TO THIS 1 522 -5 1 595 87 324
12 GEFN 67 65 52 WHITESNAKE BEST OF WHITESNAKE-MILLENNIUM 1 522 12 1 361 735 426
85 GEFN 34 39 54 NIRVANA NEVERMIND 1 517 -18 1 860 9 047 185
17 RAZO 49 57 54 ALL THAT REMAINS WAR YOU CANNOT WIN 1 517 5 1 450 70 291
221 GEFN 39 55 56 GUNS N'ROSES APPETITE FOR DESTRUCTION 1 514 3 1 477 5 231 749
234 OCAM 52 52 57 HOLLYWOOD UNDEAD SWAN SONGS 1 512 -1 1 523 947 726
7 LAVA 58 61 58 KID ROCK DEVIL WITHOUT A CAUSE 1 502 6 1 412 9 254 750
519 WAR 66 63 59 LINKIN PARK METEORA 1 485 6 1 404 5 997 904
35 RIS 81 53 60 SLEEPING WITH SIRENS IF YOU WERE A MOVIE, THIS WOUL 1 467 -2 1 501 80 697
85 LEGC 26 60 61 HENDRIX*JIMI EXPERIENCE HENDRIX: THE BEST O 1 448 1 1 432 172 170
36 ISL 45 51 62 RUSH 2112 1 434 -7 1 549 1 096 927
244 ATLG 61 59 63 SHINEDOWN SOUND OF MADNESS 1 406 -3 1 446 1 388 457
15 COL 54 64 64 AC/DC LIVE AT RIVER PLATE 1 381 -1 1 400 62 824
224 ROAD 79 75 64 NICKELBACK DARK HORSE 1 381 13 1 219 3 291 903
4 FRMI 88 78 66 FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH WAY OF THE FIST 1 351 18 1 145 595 795
861 GAGF 11 33 67 SUBLIME SUBLIME 1 335 -35 2 056 6 358 204
33 FEAR 65 58 68 PIERCE THE VEIL COLLIDE WITH THE SKY 1 327 -8 1 449 103 968
39 ROAD 90 72 69 RUSH CLOCKWORK ANGELS 1 309 5 1 241 279 209
16 WNDU 60 69 70 CREED MY OWN PRISON 1 300 2 1 278 6 422 842
53 GEFN 68 68 71 NIRVANA IN UTERO 1 288 -2 1 316 4 201 046
1 EGRO 72 STRATOVARIUS NEMESIS 1 286 999 64 1 350
11 RCA 73 66 73 THREE DAYS GRACE THREE DAYS GRACE 1 285 -5 1 359 1 784 141
4 COL 94 76 74 SYSTEM OF A DOWN TOXICITY 1 277 5 1 216 4 297 179
3 CAP 82 81 74 POISON 10 GREAT SONGS 1 277 13 1 129 171 813
2 NUB 11 76 SUFFOCATION PINNACLE OF BEDLAM 1 274 -60 3 171 4 618
7 ATLG 70 73 77 KID ROCK ROCK N ROLL JESUS 1 272 3 1 240 3 455 811
22 117R 62 74 78 PAPA ROACH CONNECTION 1 271 3 1 237 69 523
9 WAR 86 82 79 DISTURBED SICKNESS 1 210 8 1 122 4 326 466
10 WAR 85 89 80 AVENGED SEVENFOLD AVENGED SEVENFOLD 1 187 11 1 073 872 424
3 ATLG 96 92 81 SKID ROW SKID ROW 1 186 14 1 041 1 247 097
136 WAR 80 79 82 AVENGED SEVENFOLD NIGHTMARE 1 183 3 1 144 750 234
1 EPIC 83 MOLLY HATCHET ESSENTIAL MOLLY HATCHET A 1 178 21 970 23 761
46 NWDY 87 80 83 THOUSAND FOOT KRUTCH END IS WHERE WE BEGIN 1 178 4 1 136 103 429
1 WAR 85 VAN HALEN VOL. 1-BEST OF VAN HALEN 1 172 76 665 3 619 939
1 PEC 86 DARKTHRONE UNDERGROUND RESISTANCE 1 162 680 149 1 311
4 HPL 32 54 87 SILVERSTEIN THIS IS HOW THE WIND SHIFTS 1 145 -23 1 481 14 125
4 WNDU 92 87 88 CREED HUMAN CLAY 1 139 4 1 090 11 640 831
67 ROAD 74 84 89 NICKELBACK HERE AND NOW 1 135 3 1 100 942 385
8 WNDU 98 90 CREED WEATHERED 1 121 11 1 011 6 442 699
16 ATLG 97 91 LED ZEPPELIN PRESENCE 1 115 10 1 014 493 561
23 MBL 98 88 92 AS I LAY DYING AWAKENED 1 110 2 1 087 79 540
21 HHI 44 71 93 COHEED & CAMBRIA AFTERMAN: ASCENSION 1 098 -14 1 270 96 967
7 WNDU 94 CREED GREATEST HITS 1 088 24 876 2 367 892
3 ISL 99 96 95 SCORPIONS BEST OF THE SCORPIONS-MILLENNI 1 077 5 1 028 797 171
13 R-RR 84 95 96 HINDER WELCOME TO THE FREAKSHOW 1 072 3 1 038 40 060
18 OCAM 89 91 97 FLYLEAF NEW HORIZONS 1 057 1 1 050 73 704
1 WAR 98 LINKIN PARK MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT 1 051 17 898 3 209 047
2 ISL 91 99 RUSH MOVING PICTURES 1 048 10 956 1 508 578
2 BKNR 100 METALLICA AND JUSTICE FOR ALL 1 026 9 945 5 515 165
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Postby arab » Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:26 pm

CHART: Top SOUNDTRACKS

R-RR 2 2 1 SOUNDTRACK LES MISERABLES 22 383 59 14 069 477 682
UME 1 1 2 PITCH PERFECT SOUNDTRACK 22 269 -13 25 558 552 811
ATLG 8 9 3 VARIOUS ARTISTS TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN-P 8 166 188 2 837 266 118
BGMA 4 4 4 MUSIC OF NASHVILLE SOUNDTRACK 5 851 14 5 116 223 423
LEGC 6 6 5 RODRIGUEZ SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN SOUNDT 5 338 53 3 495 84 358
COL 3 3 6 SMASH CAST BOMBSHELL 3 779 -37 5 956 25 980
DBV 11 8 7 SOFIA THE FIRST SOUNDTRACK 3 103 -3 3 189 9 166
WAR 10 10 8 PRINCE PURPLE RAIN 2 648 4 2 536 2 780 195
ATLG 7 7 9 PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER (O PERKS OF BEING A WALLFLOWER (O 2 383 -28 3 309 34 972
R-RR 13 11 10 DJANGO UNCHAINED SOUNDTRACK 2 360 -3 2 436 56 214
R-RR 5 5 11 SAFE HAVEN SOUNDTRACK 2 352 -43 4 137 12 914
ATLG 19 21 12 TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN-P SOUNDTRACK 2 187 37 1 598 592 310
WTM 12 12 13 HOBBIT: AN UNEXPECTED JOURNEY SOUNDTRACK 2 139 1 2 121 131 195
COL 15 17 14 MARY MARY GO GET IT 1 860 3 1 810 135 674
WTM 14 14 15 ROCK OF AGES SOUNDTRACK 1 833 -5 1 933 288 213
SNYC 31 16 MYCHAEL DANNA LIFE OF PI 1 794 89 948 7 721
DBV 17 17 17 SOUNDTRACK AUSTIN & ALLY 1 743 -4 1 810 123 952
SBYM 17 CIVIL WARS & T-BONE BURNETT A PLACE AT THE TABLE 1 743 - 1 743
RCA 20 16 19 SOUND OF MUSIC SOUNDTRACK 1 739 -7 1 874 901 188
WTM 16 15 20 VARIOUS PROJECT X: ORIGINAL MOTION PIC 1 682 -11 1 880 238 340
RCA 24 20 21 BURLESQUE SOUNDTRACK 1 637 -4 1 703 642 387
SNYC 18 13 22 ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDT SILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK 1 624 -22 2 080 14 089
ATLG 31 32 23 TWILIGHT SOUNDTRACK 1 317 40 940 2 778 650
SNYC 28 22 24 NEWMAN*THOMAS SKYFALL (ORIGINAL MOTION PICTU 1 226 -6 1 308 24 435
LHWY 23 24 25 O BROTHER WHERE ART THOU? SOUNDTRACK 1 119 -3 1 148 7 791 745
SNYC 27 23 26 PHANTOM OF THE OPERA SOUNDTRACK 1 093 -15 1 283 1 391 775
INT 49 44 27 8 MILE SOUNDTRACK 1 085 43 759 4 892 046
DBV 22 27 28 DISNEY MICKEY MOUSE CLUBHOUSE 1 051 -4 1 092 85 994
FUER 9 19 29 GIRLS SOUNDTRACK VOLUME 1: MUS GIRLS SOUNDTRACK VOLUME 1: MUS 1 039 -43 1 807 21 300
RCA 32 25 30 DIRTY DANCING SOUNDTRACK 994 -13 1 137 2 522 789
EOM 30 26 31 EVANS*FAITH R&B DIVA 977 -13 1 129 38 380
COL 47 29 32 FOOTLOOSE SOUNDTRACK 945 -5 995 1 056 222
EPIC 74 53 33 CHICAGO (ST) SOUNDTRACK 899 33 676 2 418 264
WMST 44 45 34 METALOCALYPSE: DETHKLOK DETHALBUM III 858 14 753 62 776
DBV 43 42 35 BRAVE SOUNDTRACK 856 12 766 85 758
DBV 21 30 36 SOUNDTRACK TRON LEGACY 843 -15 986 575 564
CURB 55 34 37 COYOTE UGLY SOUNDTRACK 839 -8 916 4 183 982
ATLG 33 28 38 VARIOUS FOOTLOOSE (MUSIC FROM THE MOTI 834 -17 1 007 219 845
DBV 44 38 39 SHAKE IT UP: LIVE 2 DANCE SOUNDTRACK 823 -7 885 217 425
INT 37 37 40 MOULIN ROUGE SOUNDTRACK 812 -9 888 3 161 399
SNYC 61 39 41 LINCOLN SOUNDTRACK 791 -7 852 16 638
COL 25 32 42 GLEE CAST VOL. 1-GLEE: THE MUSIC-SEASON 782 -17 940 65 056
ASMG 42 50 43 BODYGUARD SOUNDTRACK 781 7 728 12 062 095
DBV 51 48 44 SOUNDTRACK TANGLED 768 5 733 288 000
ATLG 93 45 BURWELL*CARTER TWILIGHT SAGA: BREAKING DAWN P 762 114 356 20 986
DBV 58 41 46 SOUNDTRACK WRECK-IT RALPH 739 -6 785 26 404
SBSM 34 52 47 FRESH BEAT BAND*THE FRESH BEAT BAND VOL 2.0: M 737 4 706 48 178
R-RR 52 47 48 GREASE SOUNDTRACK 704 -6 748 6 013 935
ATLG 66 63 49 TWILIGHT SAGA: ECLIPSE ORIGINA SOUNDTRACK 686 32 521 630 042
SEMW 35 50 JAMIE CHRISTOPHERSON METAL GEAR RISING REVENGEANCE 660 -28 915 1 575
RCA 53 58 51 PRESLEY*ELVIS VIVA LAS VEGAS 659 11 593 53 136
RHI 54 54 52 SUPERFLY SOUNDTRACK 649 0 652 274 015
EPIC 40 43 52 THINK LIKE A MAN SOUNDTRACK 649 -15 765 139 824
SBSM 46 55 54 THE FRESH BEAT BAND MUSIC FROM THE HIT TV SHOW 646 0 649 194 959
COL 41 51 55 TOP GUN SOUNDTRACK 626 -14 724 1 145 400
DBV 60 59 56 JAKE & THE NEVER LAND PIRATES SOUNDTRACK 617 9 565 58 455
DBV 35 40 57 CLUB PENGUIN THE PARTY STARTS NOW! 614 -27 841 2 393
WTM 39 49 58 VARIOUS ARTISTS JOYFUL NOISE: ORIGIN 607 -17 730 130 994
COL 63 45 59 ONCE SOUNDTRACK 604 -20 753 820 700
WAR 62 61 60 SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER SOUNDTRACK 598 11 541 154 200
ATLG 82 81 61 NEW MOON (TWILIGHT) SOUNDTRACK 570 29 442 1 298 832
DECC 89 64 62 QUARTET SOUNDTRACK 558 8 517 2 230
DBV 84 92 62 LET IT SHINE SOUNDTRACK 558 36 409 138 481
COL 57 60 64 AC/DC IRON MAN 2 534 -4 558 591 459
SLTP 56 57 65 VARIOUS ARTISTS MAN WITH THE IRON FISTS (C 517 -16 612 35 911
COL 48 56 66 SMASH CAST THE MUSIC OF SMASH 513 -20 645 139 108
LAKO 81 70 67 DRIVE SOUNDTRACK 501 2 490 198 282
COL 65 73 68 SONGS OF ANARCHY: MUSIC FROM S SOUNDTRACK 492 5 468 79 521
DBV 95 79 69 LION KING SOUNDTRACK 486 8 450 7 845 328
RCNA 59 66 70 VARIOUS COUNTRY STRONG (ORIGINAL MOTIO 482 -6 513 479 756
COL 86 76 71 WALK THE LINE SOUNDTRACK 471 4 455 1 495 726
R-RR 73 80 72 HUNGER GAMES: SONGS FROM DISTR SOUNDTRACK 465 4 448 468 578
ATLG 75 78 73 SNOOP DOGG & WIZ KHALIFA MAC & DEVIN GO TO HIGH SCHOOL 450 0 451 161 225
WTM 75 73 VARIOUS THE LUCKY ONE: ORIGINAL MOTION 450 -2 457 19 384
COL 70 71 75 VICTORIOUS CAST VOL. 2-VICTORIOUS: MUSIC FROM 438 -10 489 83 615
ORCH 69 75 ROMER*DAN & BENH ZEITLIN BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD (M 438 -12 495 9 221
COL 50 67 77 GLEE CAST GLEE: THE MUSIC PRESENTS GLEAS 437 -15 512 56 238
VRGN 78 TURNER*TINA WHAT'S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT 436 21 360 1 235 714
EPIC 99 79 GARDEN STATE SOUNDTRACK 435 17 371 1 458 741
WTM 29 36 79 BEAUTIFUL CREATURES BEAUTIFUL CREATURES: ORIGINAL 435 -52 899 2 515
BTSD 67 64 81 SOULD*JEREMY THE ELDER SCROLLS V: SYRIM: O 431 -17 517 3 172
WAR 93 82 LORD OF THE RINGS: THE FELLOWS SOUNDTRACK 430 7 403 1 130 000
INT 76 81 83 STEP UP REVOLUTION SOUNDTRACK 426 -4 442 44 605
CAP 87 84 BEATLES HARD DAY'S NIGHT 419 16 360 1 493 885
DBV 85 CHOO CHOO SOUL DISNEY FAVORITES 414 16 357 1 739
COL 64 77 86 VICTORIOUS CAST FEAT. VICTORIA VICTORIOUS 3.0: MORE MUSIC FRO 412 -9 452 23 370
WTM 78 74 87 DARK KNIGHT RISES SOUNDTRACK 410 -11 462 102 488
SBSM 68 95 88 DORA THE EXPLORER DORA ROCKS! 399 0 398 3 949
CAP 89 88 BEATLES LET IT BE 399 20 333 1 520 876
DECC 94 90 MAMMA MIA SOUNDTRACK 397 -1 402 1 972 017
INDI 71 85 90 VARIOUS ARTISTS MIDNIGHT IN PARIS (MUSIC FROM 397 -9 434 61 043
SNYC 90 DESCENDANTS DESCENDANTS 397 9 365 65 172
DBV 91 97 93 SOFIA THE FIRST:ONCE UPON A PR SOUNDTRACK 396 3 383 6 894
AAM 69 84 94 SPIRIT: STALLION OF THE CIMARR SOUNDTRACK 395 -10 438 677 600
RCA 97 83 95 VEDDER*EDDIE MUSIC FOR THE MOTION PICTURE I 385 -12 439 600 632
DECC 87 68 96 DOWNTON ABBEY THE ESSENTIAL CO DOWNTON ABBEY THE ESSENTIAL CO 384 -23 500 6 423
ABK 93 88 97 FAST FIVE SOUNDTRACK 379 -11 428 77 528
CAP 78 72 98 BEATLES MAGICAL MYSTERY TOUR 378 -20 475 1 901 595
CAP 98 BEATLES HELP! (BRITISH) 378 10 343 1 564 740
ATLG 98 100 BLUES BROTHERS SOUNDTRACK (REMASTERED) 376 0 375 612 463
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Postby Jonathan » Wed Mar 06, 2013 10:06 pm

Big thanks to M2M and arab :)
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Postby pierpinto » Wed Mar 06, 2013 10:07 pm

Jonathan wrote:Big thanks to M2M and arab :)
You should thx this source actually :wink:

http://vakseen.com/site/
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Postby NothingFails » Wed Mar 06, 2013 10:07 pm

is CrazySexyCool part of some sale going on? Seems strange that the album has been thriving on Catalog lately (and even back in the top 200 now) when it was nowhere to be seen for years.
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Postby GUS » Wed Mar 06, 2013 11:17 pm

Baauer's 'Harlem Shake' Still Atop Hot 100, Although Lead Shrinks

Viral hit "Harlem Shake" spends a third week at No. 1, despite a large loss in momentum, while Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop" rewrites digital sales history

Baauer tops the Billboard Hot 100 for a third week with "Harlem Shake," although the Brooklyn producer's viral smash experiences a hefty decline in YouTube streaming figures. The chart's No. 2 song, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis' "Thrift Shop," featuring Wanz, meanwhile, makes digital sales history with its latest weekly download total.

"Shake" entered the Hot 100 at No. 1 two weeks ago, concurrent with the addition of U.S. YouTube video streaming data to the chart. YouTube streaming data is now factored into the Hot 100 (and other genre charts), enhancing a mix of data that includes digital download track sales (and physical singles sales), as tracked by Nielsen SoundScan, as well as terrestrial radio airplay, on-demand audio streaming, and online radio streaming, as tracked by Nielsen BDS.

"Shake" has risen to pop culture prominence thanks to the song's (and dance's) hugely popular meme (in which a person dances to the song alone for 15 seconds before others join in for the clip's second half). Even Fox's "The Simpsons" ribbed the craze in its opening couch gag on Sunday's (March 3) episode (redubbing it the "Homer Shake"). Online momentum appears to have crested, however, as "Shake" holds at No. 1 on the BDS-based Streaming Songs chart, but with a 45% decrease to 54 million streams (down from 98 million last week). Sales also slide by 23% to 228,000, as "Shake" drops 2-3 on the Digital Songs chart.

Still, "Shake" is gaining in on-demand streaming and radio airplay. It rises 17-15 on the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs with 820,000 streams (up 2%) and enters the Pop Songs and Rhythmic radio airplay charts at Nos. 38 and 40. Its total audience swells by 33%, but, at 7.9 million, it does not yet appear on the 75-position-deep all-format Radio Songs chart.

As "Shake" again rules the Hot 100 (and the Dance/Electronic Songs chart), Macklemore & Lewis' "Shop" remains at No. 2 following a four-week reign and sets a noteworthy sales mark. "Shop" tops Digital Songs for an eighth week and, with 326,000 in digital sales (down 10%), becomes the first song to log eight weeks of 300,000 or more downloads sold since SoundScan began tracking digital sales in 2003. It bests fun.'s "We Are Young" (featuring Janelle Monae), which racked seven such sales frames last year. With its latest frame, "Shop" passes 4 million in digital sales to date (4.2 million).

"Shop" sets another record: it leads On-Demand Songs for a ninth week, topping the eight-week No. 1 run of Gotye's "Somebody That I Used to Know," featuring Kimbra, for the longest command since the chart launched a year ago this month. It crowns the list with 2 million on-demand streams (down 3%). "Shop" holds at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (9.7 million, up 2%) and spends a second week at No. 2 on Radio Songs (117 million, up 2%). It leads Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for an eighth week.

After "Shake" outpaced "Shop" with slightly more than three-and-a-half times the Hot 100 points total of the latter the past two weeks, "Shake" drops by 43% in overall points and "Shop" falls by just 4% this week. "Shop," thus," boasts a thinner, although still wide, lead of more than twice as many points as "Shop" this week.

BILLBOARD 200: Bruno Mars Scores First No. 1 Album

Bruno Mars "When I Was Your Man" holds at No. 3 and claims the Hot 100's top Airplay Gainer award for a third consecutive week. The piano ballad, from "Unorthodox Jukebox," the Billboard 200's new No. 1 album (and Mars' first), jumps 11-9 on Radio Songs (82 million, up 18%), marking his 10th consecutive career-opening top 10 on the tally. Only Mariah Carey (12) and T-Pain (11) have begun with longer top 10 streaks dating to the list's 1990 launch. "Man" lifts 3-2 on Digital Songs (231,000, up 1%) and 11-8 on Streaming Songs (3.5 million, up 12%).

Taylor Swift's No. 2-peaking "I Knew You Were Trouble." keeps at No. 4 on the Hot 100. It rules Radio Songs for a fourth week (126 million, down 4%).

Rihanna's "Stay," featuring Mikky Ekko, rebounds 7-5 on the Hot 100 after reaching a peak to date of No. 3 two weeks ago following her performance of the song at the Grammy Awards (Feb. 10). The ballad charges 36-23 on Radio Songs (46 million, up 37%), offsetting minor slips in sales (4-5 on Digital Songs; 211,000, down 1%) and streaming (9-10 on Streaming Songs; 3.3 million, down less than 1%).

Rounding out the Hot 100's top 10, Drake's "Started From the Bottom" holds at No. 6; will.i.am and Britney Spears' No. 3-peaking "Scream & Shout" descends 5-7; Justin Timberlake's No. 4 hit "Suit & Tie," featuring Jay-Z, is static at No. 8 (and passes 1 million (1.1 million) in sales to date); Mars' former six-week No. 1 "Locked Out of Heaven" stays at No. 9; and Swedish House Mafia's "Don't You Worry Child," featuring John Martin, returns to the top 10 (12-10) after rising to No. 6 last month.

Just outside the Hot 100's top tier, Demi Lovato's "Heart Attack" blasts in as the top debut at No. 12, spurred by first-week sales of 215,000, as it launches at No. 4 on Digital Songs. The sum is the second-best this year for a song in its first week of release, trailing only Timberlake's "Suit," which arrived with 315,000 (Feb. 2). The lead single from her forthcoming fourth album also starts at No. 70 on Radio Songs (15 million) and just below Streaming Songs (953,000, which includes plays of the song's audio and lyric videos).
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Postby NothingFails » Wed Mar 06, 2013 11:24 pm

Curious to see Harlem Shake's trajectory once the "have you seen this?" fad wears out... 1-1-1-7-9-91? :lol:

I felt so stupid defending it at #1 because I thought it was a Thrift Shop/Gangnam Style type of thing where an official video was popular and the song took off as a result, as opposed to it just being a 30 second clip of randomness.
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Postby Timmy94 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:33 am

NothingFails wrote:Curious to see Harlem Shake's trajectory once the "have you seen this?" fad wears out... 1-1-1-7-9-91? :lol:

I felt so stupid defending it at #1 because I thought it was a Thrift Shop/Gangnam Style type of thing where an official video was popular and the song took off as a result, as opposed to it just being a 30 second clip of randomness.
It definately won't hang on the chart for half a year like Thrift Shop or Gangnam Style, but its drop won't be THAT radical... I give it maybe 3 months till it's dead.
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Postby NothingFails » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:40 am

Timmy94 wrote:
NothingFails wrote:Curious to see Harlem Shake's trajectory once the "have you seen this?" fad wears out... 1-1-1-7-9-91? :lol:

I felt so stupid defending it at #1 because I thought it was a Thrift Shop/Gangnam Style type of thing where an official video was popular and the song took off as a result, as opposed to it just being a 30 second clip of randomness.
It definately won't hang on the chart for half a year like Thrift Shop or Gangnam Style, but its drop won't be THAT radical... I give it maybe 3 months till it's dead.
Yea, when I finally saw the "video" (if we can call it that) I was "THIS is what the fuss was about?". I swear two weeks ago when I was defending it, I really thought that it was an actual music video that was being buzzed about like crazy, like what happened with PSY and Macklemore.
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Postby NothingFails » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:58 am

GUS wrote:Still, "Shake" is gaining in on-demand streaming and radio airplay. It rises 17-15 on the subscription services-based On-Demand Songs with 820,000 streams (up 2%) and enters the Pop Songs and Rhythmic radio airplay charts at Nos. 38 and 40. Its total audience swells by 33%, but, at 7.9 million, it does not yet appear on the 75-position-deep all-format Radio Songs chart.
Called that! US radio is late on the Harlem Shake trend... like they're late for every trend :roll: :lol:
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Postby GUS » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:36 pm

Paul Grein - Week Ending March 3, 2013. Songs: Is The Right Song #1?

“Thrift Shop” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz this week becomes the first song in digital history to top 300K in weekly sales eight times. The old record was held by “We Are Young” by fun. featuring Janelle Monae, which topped 300K in weekly sales seven times.

In addition, “Thrift Shop” tops the 4 million mark in digital sales this week. It has sold more than 3 million copies since the beginning of the year. This marks the first time in the digital era that a song has sold 3 million copies this early in a calendar year. The previous record was set last year when “We Are Young” topped 3 million in the week ending April 8.

“Thrift Shop” was also the first song to sell 1 million copies in 2013 and the first to sell 2 million copies.

Given all these facts, you might expect that “Thrift Shop” is also #1 on the Hot 100, but that distinction goes, for the third week in row, to Baauer’s viral phenomenon “Harlem Shake.” “Harlem Shake” is the first song to capitalize on Billboard’s decision to add You Tube streaming data to the Hot 100 formula. If this policy had been in place two years ago, Rebecca Black’s “Friday” might have had a shot at #1 (it peaked at #58 in April 2011). And if it had been in place last summer, PSY’s “Gangnam Style” would undoubtedly have hit #1 (it spent seven weeks at #2).

Even so, it seems to me that the You Tube element is being given too much weight. “Thrift Shop” has been #1 on Hot Digital Songs for eight straight weeks. “Harlem Shake” spent one week (last week) at #2 on that chart. (It has sold 816K copies to date.) “Thrift Shop” is #2 on the all-format Radio Songs chart for the second week (just behind Taylor Swift’s mass-appeal smash “I Knew You Were Trouble.”) “Harlem Shake” doesn’t yet appear on the 75-position Radio Songs chart.

And yet “Harlem Shake” comes out on top on the Hot 100. In fact, Billboard’s Gary Trust reports that it wasn’t even close. “Harlem Shake” has more than twice as many total Hot 100 points this week as “Thrift Shop.”

So, how did “Harlem Shake” do it? It’s #1 on the Streaming Songs chart with 54 million streams. That’s down 45% from last week’s total of 98 million streams, but still far ahead of the #2-ranked “Thrift Shop,” which had 9.7 million streams this week.

I think it was a good idea to include You Tube streaming data in the Hot 100, but it’s hard to (Harlem) shake the sense that it’s being over-weighted. I’m sure Billboard will review the chart formula and make adjustments as needed. They’ve been fine-tuning Hot 100 methodology virtually since the week the chart was introduced in August 1958.

As noted, “Thrift Shop” is #1 on Hot Digital Songs for the eighth week. It’s the first song to spend eight weeks on top since Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” scored from May to July of last year. (If “Thrift Shop” has one more week on top, it will have the longest run at #1 since the Black Eyed Peas’ “I Gotta Feeling” was #1 for 10 weeks in 2009.)

“Thrift Shop” is also #1 on Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for the eighth week. That’s the longest run in the top spot for a song by a white artist since Robin Thicke’s “Lost Without U” spent 11 weeks on top in 2007.

“Harlem Shake” is #1 on Dance/Electronic Songs for the third week.

Digital History Refresher I: The first song in digital history to top 300K in weekly sales was “Low” by Flo Rida featuring T-Pain, which did it in the week after Christmas 2007. The first song top 300K twice was “Live Your Life” by T.I. featuring Rihanna. The first to hit that threshold three times (and also four times) was Flo Rida’s “Right Round.” The first to do it five times was “Love The Way You Lie” by Eminem featuring Rihanna. The first to do it six times (and also seven times) was “We Are Young.” The first to do it eight times is “Thrift Shop.” Will “Thrift Shop” also become the first to do it nine times? Place your bets.

Digital History II Refresher II: Here are the first songs to sell 3 million copies in each calendar year from 2008 through 2011 (and the week they topped the 3 million mark in calendar-year sales). 2011: “E.T.” by Katy Perry featuring Kanye West (May 8); 2010: Train’s “Hey, Soul Sister” (May 30); 2009: Flo Rida’s “Right Round” (April 26); 2008: Leona Lewis’ “Bleeding Love” (Aug. 17).

Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble.” holds at #4 for the second week. This is its 13th week in the top 10, which makes it one of Swift’s four longest-running top 10 hits to date. It ties “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and 2009’s “Love Story.” Only one Swift song, “You Belong With Me,” has had a longer run in the top 10 (16 weeks in 2009).

“Suit & Tie” by Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z holds at #8 for the second week. The song tops the 1 million mark in digital sales this week.

“Don’t You Worry Child” by Swedish House Mafia featuring John Martin returns to the top 10 after spending a couple of weeks just outside the top 10 (at #11 and then #12). The song has sold 1,990,000 copies. It received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording.

Here's the low-down on this week's top 10 songs.

The Top Five: Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” holds at #1 in its third week on the chart. Digital sales rank: #3 (228K)…“Thrift Shop” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Wanz holds at #2 for the third week in its 22nd week on the chart. This is its 11th week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #1 (326K)… Bruno Mars’ “When I Was Your Man” holds at #3 for the second week in its 11th week on the chart. This is its fourth week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #2 (231K)… Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble.” holds at #4 for the second week in its 20th week on the chart. The song has climbed as high as #2. This is its 13th week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #9 (121K)…“Stay” by Rihanna featuring Mikky Ekko rebounds from #7 to #5 in its fourth week on the chart. The song has climbed as high as #3. This is its third week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #5 (211K).

The Second Five: Drake’s “Started From The Bottom” holds at #6 for the second week in its fourth week on the chart. This is its third week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #6 (142K)…“Scream & Shout” by will.i.am featuring Britney Spears drops from #5 to #7 its 14th week on the chart. This is its ninth week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #8 (122K)…“Suit & Tie” by Justin Timberlake featuring Jay-Z holds at #8 for the second week in its eighth week on the chart. The song has climbed as high as #4. This is its fifth week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #7 (141K)… Bruno Mars’ “Locked Out Of Heaven” holds at #9 for the second week in its 22nd week on the chart. The song spent six weeks at #1. This is its 19th week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #16 (83K)…“Don’t You Worry Child” by Swedish House Mafia featuring John Martin rebounds from #12 to #10 in its in its 24th week on the chart. The song has climbed as high as #6. This is its sixth week in the top 10. Digital sales rank: #18 (79K).

“Love Me” by Lil Wayne featuring Drake and Future drops from #10 out of the top 10.

Demi Lovato’s “Heart Attack” is the week’s top new entry at #12. It’s vying to become Lovato’s third top 10 hit. “This Is Me,” a collabo with Joe Jonas from Camp Rock, hit #9 in July 2008. “Skyscraper” reached #10 in July 2011. Digital sales rank: #4 (215K). That’s the second-biggest sales tally so far this year for a song in its first week of release. It trails “Suit & Tie,” which sold 315K in its first week. This is the third different song titled “Heart Attack” to make the top 40. Trey Songz’s “Heart Attack” reached #35 in September. Olivia Newton-John’s “Heart Attack” hit #3 in November 1982.

Of Monsters And Men’s “Little Talks,” which jumped to #26 last week, is expected to stay in the game. The song tops the 2 million mark in digital sales this week.

Adele’s “Skyfall,” which rebounded to #61 last week, is expected to move up. Its sales increased by 88% this week. Digital sales rank: #10 (105K).

“Just Give Me A Reason” by Pink featuring Nate Ruess, which jumped to #72 last week, is expected to move up. Its sales jumped by 95% this week.

Darius Rucker’s “Wagon Wheel,” which jumped to #87 last week, is expected to move up. Its sales jumped by 44% this week.

Emeli Sande’s “Next To Me,” which debuted at #89 last week, is expected to move up. Its sales jumped by 43% this week.

“Can’t Hold Us” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, which re-entered the chart at #92 last week, is expected to move up. Its sales jumped by 142% this week.

Gary Allan’s former #1 country hit “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)” tops the 1 million mark this week. (The lyric idea is exact opposite of Poison’s “Every Rose Has Its Thorn,” a #1 pop hit in 1988.)

Here are other songs that are vying to enter the Hot 100 this week.

Michael Buble’s “It’s A Beautiful Day.” The song is from To Be Loved, which is due April 23. It’s Buble’s sixth major-label studio album. His last three (Call Me Irresponsible, Crazy Love and Christmas) have reached #1. Buble’s last non-holiday album, Crazy Love, spawned his first top 40 single, “Haven’t Met You Yet.” The song reached #24 on the Hot 100 and received a Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance.

Britt Nicole’s “Gold.” This is the title track from Nicole’s third studio album, which was released a year ago.

Krewella’s “Alive.” This is from an EP, Play Hard, which was released in June. Krewella’s first full-length album is due this summer.

“Show Out” by Juicy J featuring Young Jeezy & Big Sean. This is from Juicy J’s third studio album, Stay Trippy, which is due later this year. (How did we make it all the way through the 1960s without anyone titling an album Stay Trippy?).

“Payphone” by Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa tops the 5 million mark in digital sales this week. It’s Maroon 5’s second song to reach this plateau. “Moves Like Jagger” (featuring Christina Aguilera) is up to 5,975,000.

“Titanium” by David Guetta featuring Sia tops the 3 million mark this week. It’s Guetta’s third song to reach this plateau, following “Sexy Chick” (featuring Akon, 3,424,000) and Flo Rida’s “Club Can’t Handle Me” (on which he was featured, 3,025,000).

“Pursuit Of Happiness” by Kid Cudi featuring MGMT & Ratatat tops the 2 million mark. It’s Kid Cudi’s second 2 million-seller. “Day ’N’ Nite” is up to 2,871,000.

Justin Timberlake’s “Mirrors” jumps from #4 to #1 on The Official U.K. chart. It’s Timberlake’s fourth #1 in The U.K., following “SexyBack” (featuring Timbaland), Timbaland’s “Give It To Me,” on which he was featured, and Madonna’s “4 Minutes,” on which he was featured.
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Postby Timmy94 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 2:01 pm

Thrift Shop deserves to be No. 1, so while You Tube streaming should be counted, only music videos/lyrics videos/audio videos should be included and the YT ratio should be matched (40% sales, 40% airplay, 10% streaming, 10% YT?)...
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Postby twostepcub » Thu Mar 07, 2013 2:58 pm

NothingFails wrote:
Timmy94 wrote:
NothingFails wrote:Curious to see Harlem Shake's trajectory once the "have you seen this?" fad wears out... 1-1-1-7-9-91? :lol:

I felt so stupid defending it at #1 because I thought it was a Thrift Shop/Gangnam Style type of thing where an official video was popular and the song took off as a result, as opposed to it just being a 30 second clip of randomness.
It definately won't hang on the chart for half a year like Thrift Shop or Gangnam Style, but its drop won't be THAT radical... I give it maybe 3 months till it's dead.
Yea, when I finally saw the "video" (if we can call it that) I was "THIS is what the fuss was about?". I swear two weeks ago when I was defending it, I really thought that it was an actual music video that was being buzzed about like crazy, like what happened with PSY and Macklemore.
No worries - at least now you know why everyone was going nuts about it. I've seen my share of inane songs make the charts but the fashion that they rigged the system for a stunt is pretty pathetic. It's actually worse that...

!) It's almost 10am EST and the charts aren't updated on their site...
2) I'm a paid subscriber and I still haven't recieved my LAST week's physical copy. Was just emailed back that it's the Post Office's fault and to contact them. IOW we can't be bothered.

A few years ago, they made an issue on their veracity by barring commerical clips of songs played to get spin counts on BDS, now a 30 second non-company-made video snippet counts on a music chart. Stunts. Just stunts to try to somehow "grab" an audience they're never going to get.

And the whole comparing to Friday/Gangnam Style is wrong in the first place. With those, there weren't thousands of copycat videos going around, and people were watching (for better or for worse) the whole song/video.

Just insane marketing #$%$ that I never thought before the fall of last year would play the most respected mag in the biz.
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Postby Blondini » Thu Mar 07, 2013 3:59 pm

NothingFails wrote:Curious to see Harlem Shake's trajectory once the "have you seen this?" fad wears out... 1-1-1-7-9-91? :lol:

I felt so stupid defending it at #1 because I thought it was a Thrift Shop/Gangnam Style type of thing where an official video was popular and the song took off as a result, as opposed to it just being a 30 second clip of randomness.
Not just one clip - between 30 and 50 clips! There isn't one set video for it! THAT's where the new rule is ridiculous. Any official clip or a clip approved by the artist/ record company can be included. Baauer is an independent artist, he'll grab all the exposure he can get - he's not gonna disapprove anything. Major record labels could end up doing the same purely to boost chart positions.
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Postby klatwork2012 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 4:55 pm

the billboard 100 formula is ridiculous to begin with..
streaming/downloads that ppl actually paid for should be heavily weighted..
while radio/youtube should probably be given at most a 10-20% weight combined....or not counted at all...

that nyan nyan cat song would've hit top 10 years back under these rules...when nobody would've bought it...
same goes for that Rick Astley rickrolled song...or charlie bit my finger if it had a song attached to it
there are viral videos that ppl click on out of curiosity...or tricked into clicking on..
Radio is skewed towards really pop/radio friendly songs and foreign languaged songs like gangnam style or anything non-pop radio friendly will get underplayed while songs that easily fits into the pop format will get overplayed...

I think ppl at Billboard are really crazy..they should just stick to consumer driven indicators like sales and paid streaming services where ppl play it/buy purely because they want to.....with that, Gangnam Style would've been #1 for weeks and not 7 weeks at #2 beneath One More Night which was not even selling as much as Gangnam Style
it's ridiculous
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Postby GUS » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:05 pm

Billboard HOT 100

Hot 100

this week last week 2 weeks weeks on title, artist peak
1 1 1 3 #1 3 wks Harlem Shake, Baauer 1
2 2 2 22 Thrift Shop, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz 1
3 3 8 11 When I Was Your Man, Bruno Mars 3
4 4 5 20 I Knew You Were Trouble., Taylor Swift 2
5 7 3 4 Stay, Rihanna Featuring Mikky Ekko 3
6 6 10 4 Started From The Bottom, Drake 6
7 5 4 14 Scream & Shout, will.i.am & Britney Spears 3
8 8 9 8 Suit & Tie, Justin Timberlake Featuring Jay Z 4
9 9 7 22 Locked Out Of Heaven, Bruno Mars 1
10 12 11 24 Don't You Worry Child, Swedish House Mafia Featuring John Martin 6


11 10 19 7 Love Me, Lil Wayne Featuring Drake & Future 10
12 0 Hot Shot Debut 1 Heart Attack, Demi Lovato 12
13 11 6 39 Ho Hey, The Lumineers 3
14 14 13 13 Daylight, Maroon 5 7
15 15 15 18 F**kin Problems, A$AP Rocky Featuring Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar 8
16 17 17 17 Sweet Nothing, Calvin Harris Featuring Florence Welch 10
17 16 14 26 Girl On Fire, Alicia Keys Featuring Nicki Minaj 11
18 28 47 6 Feel This Moment, Pitbull Featuring Christina Aguilera 18
19 19 12 30 I Will Wait, Mumford & Sons 12
20 22 37 27 Radioactive, Imagine Dragons 20

21 21 22 9 Pour It Up, Rihanna 21
22 23 23 39 It's Time, Imagine Dragons 15
23 24 25 19 Catch My Breath, Kelly Clarkson 19
24 18 16 21 Beauty And A Beat, Justin Bieber Featuring Nicki Minaj 5
25 20 18 19 Try, P!nk 9
26 34 49 19 Poetic Justice, Kendrick Lamar Featuring Drake 26
27 27 26 26 Gangnam Style, PSY 2
28 26 31 41 Little Talks, Of Monsters And Men 20
29 32 38 8 Sure Be Cool If You Did, Blake Shelton 29
30 49 55 26 Sail, AWOLNATION 30

31 30 20 9 Carry On, fun. 20
32 25 21 23 Diamonds, Rihanna 1
33 61 83 20 Skyfall, Adele 8
34 37 44 7 Troublemaker, Olly Murs Featuring Flo Rida 34
35 33 34 37 One More Night, Maroon 5 1
36 29 30 36 Home, Phillip Phillips 6
37 31 33 23 Hall Of Fame, The Script Featuring will.i.am 25
38 38 28 54 Some Nights, fun. 3
39 36 29 45 Wanted, Hunter Hayes 16
40 41 46 12 All Gold Everything, Trinidad James 36

41 35 35 11 C'Mon, Ke$ha 27
42 40 27 31 Adorn, Miguel 17
43 39 39 18 Better Dig Two, The Band Perry 28
44 13 45 3 One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks), One Direction 13
45 44 43 14 One Of Those Nights, Tim McGraw 32
46 47 41 12 Two Black Cadillacs, Carrie Underwood 41
47 72 84 3 Just Give Me A Reason, P!nk Featuring Nate Ruess 47
48 43 42 29 Swimming Pools (Drank), Kendrick Lamar 17
49 46 51 10 Kiss You, One Direction 46
50 53 58 4 Downtown, Lady Antebellum 45

51 60 67 6 Mama's Broken Heart, Miranda Lambert 51
52 48 40 16 I'm Different, 2 Chainz 27
53 58 61 9 I Drive Your Truck, Lee Brice 53
54 51 54 17 Tornado, Little Big Town 51
55 56 60 4 My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up), Fall Out Boy 26
56 64 72 6 Get Your Shine On, Florida Georgia Line 56
57 55 63 5 Loveeeeeee Song, Rihanna Featuring Future 55
58 42 – 2 Hey Porsche, Nelly 42
59 62 77 3 Bugatti, Ace Hood Featuring Future & Rick Ross 59
60 57 56 15 Somebody's Heartbreak, Hunter Hayes 54

61 70 – 3 Bad, Wale Featuring Tiara Thomas 61
62 52 57 13 Neva End, Future 52
63 59 64 4 R.I.P., Young Jeezy Featuring 2 Chainz 59
64 54 53 18 Wicked Games, The Weeknd 53
65 92 – 4 Can't Hold Us, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Ray Dalton 65
66 68 71 4 Pirate Flag, Kenny Chesney 66
67 63 68 12 Merry Go 'Round, Kacey Musgraves 63
68 74 88 5 I Love It, Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX 68
69 87 95 4 Wagon Wheel, Darius Rucker 69
70 73 75 9 If I Didn't Have You, Thompson Square 70

71 71 74 9 Give It All We Got Tonight, George Strait 71
72 79 99 3 Alive, Krewella 72
73 89 – 2 Next To Me, Emeli Sande 73
74 69 66 12 Who Booty, Jonn Hart Featuring IamSU! 66
75 66 62 17 The Only Way I Know, Jason Aldean With Luke Bryan & Eric Church 40
76 65 59 20 Don't Stop The Party, Pitbull Featuring TJR 17
77 67 69 15 Tip It On Back, Dierks Bentley 66
78 75 70 18 Don't Judge Me, Chris Brown 67
79 77 86 10 Battle Scars, Lupe Fiasco & Guy Sebastian 73
80 91 91 3 Power Trip, J. Cole Featuring Miguel 80

81 78 79 15 Remember You, Wiz Khalifa Featuring The Weeknd 63
82 97 – 3 We Still In This B****, B.o.B Featuring T.I. & Juicy J 82
83 96 97 4 I Can Take It From There, Chris Young 83
84 84 78 12 Stubborn Love, The Lumineers 70
85 85 89 10 Cups, Anna Kendrick 64
86 99 – 2 Like Jesus Does, Eric Church 86
87 86 82 6 Dope, Tyga Featuring Rick Ross 68
88 80 76 20 Ball, T.I. Featuring Lil Wayne 50
89 82 80 16 Little Things, One Direction 33
90 0 New 1 Gold, Britt Nicole 90

91 83 81 12 Love Sosa, Chief Keef 56
92 88 – 2 As Your Friend, Afrojack Featuring Chris Brown 88
93 0 Re-Entry 2 Changed, Rascal Flatts 73
94 0 New 1 It's A Beautiful Day, Michael Buble 94
95 81 92 6 Love And War, Tamar Braxton 57
96 90 90 20 Va Va Voom, Nicki Minaj 22
97 76 24 3 Mirrors, Justin Timberlake 24
98 0 New 1 More Than Miles, Brantley Gilbert 98
99 0 New 1 Levitate, Hadouken! 99
100 95 93 12 Guap, Big Sean 71
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Postby GUS » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:07 pm

Christina Aguilera gets her 15th top 20 hit:

#1 Genie In A Bottle
#1 What A Girl Wants
#1 Come On Over Baby
#1 Lady Marmalade
#1 Moves Like Jagger
#2 Beautiful
#3 I Turn To You
#6 Ain't No Other Man
#7 Keeps Gettin' Better
#12 Can't Hold Us Down
#13 Nobody Wants To Be Lonely
#18 The Christmas Song
#18 Feel This Moment
#19 Hurt
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Postby thebigham » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:32 pm

The Top 50 of the Hot 100, Digital and Airplay is here:

http://www1.billboard.biz/bbbiz/photos/ ... Mm0307.pdf
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:36 pm

Here's a few charts, any requests while I'm online, let me know.

Bubbling Under Hot 100



1 New 1 Show Out Juicy J Featuring Big Sean And Young Jeezy
2 4 10 Remember When (Push Rewind) Chris Wallace
3 7 3 Simply Amazing Trey Songz
4 22 3 Kisses Down Low Kelly Rowland
5 12 6 She Cranks My Tractor Dustin Lynch
6 New 1 Hey Pretty Girl Kip Moore
7 10 14 Mountain Sound Of Monsters And Men
8 New 1 Tonight I'm Getting Over You Carly Rae Jepsen
9 11 5 Mermaid Train
10 16 4 Gone, Gone, Gone Phillip Phillips
11 14 7 Whom Shall I Fear (God Of Angel Armies) Chris Tomlin
12 5 15 Trust And Believe Keyshia Cole
13 15 5 Hope On The Rocks Toby Keith
14 3 9 Brand New Me Alicia Keys
15 17 11 Hate Bein' Sober Chief Keef Featuring 50 Cent & Wiz Khalifa
16 New 1 Forever Now Ne-Yo
17 8 11 Trojans Atlas Genius
18 New 1 Can't Shake You Gloriana
19 19 2 Clarity Zedd Featuring Foxes
20 20 28 10,000 Reasons (Bless The Lord) Matt Redman
21 New 1 Need You Now (How Many Times) Plumb
22 Re 2 Anywhere With You Jake Owen
23 23 3 Limbo Daddy Yankee
24 New 1 Ten Times Crazier Blake Shelton
25 13 3 Wing$ Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
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Postby Blondini » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:40 pm

:lol: I see One Direction have dropped sharply. 45-13-44. So no big video bonus there - US have the same Comic Relief video with David Cameron in it? It probably makes no sense to Americans.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:41 pm

Hot 100 Airplay


1 1 14 I Knew You Were Trouble Taylor Swift
2 2 12 Thrift Shop Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Wanz
3 4 17 Don't You Worry Child Swedish House Mafia Feat. John Martin
4 3 22 Locked Out Of Heaven Bruno Mars
5 6 13 Daylight Maroon 5
6 5 13 Scream & Shout will.i.am Feat. Britney Spears
7 8 8 Suit & Tie Justin Timberlake Feat. Jay-Z
8 7 21 Ho Hey The Lumineers
9 11 6 When I Was Your Man Bruno Mars
10 10 14 Sweet Nothing Calvin Harris Feat. Florence Welch
11 12 16 Catch My Breath Kelly Clarkson
12 9 17 Try P!nk
13 13 8 Pour It Up Rihanna
14 14 19 It's Time Imagine Dragons
15 15 13 F**kin Problems A$AP Rock Feat. Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar
16 20 21 I Will Wait Mumford & Sons
17 17 32 One More Night Maroon 5
18 25 5 Feel This Moment Pitbull Feat. Christina Aguilera
19 26 8 Poetic Justice Kendrick Lamar Feat. Drake
20 16 18 Beauty And A Beat Justin Bieber Feat. Nicki Minaj
21 19 31 Adorn Miguel
22 22 13 One Of Those Nights Tim McGraw
23 36 4 Stay Rihanna Feat. Mikky Ekko
24 18 22 Girl On Fire Alicia Keys Feat. Nicki Minaj
25 21 28 Home Phillip Phillips
26 24 34 Some Nights fun.
27 28 15 Little Talks Of Monsters And Men
28 30 15 Tornado Little Big Town
29 31 12 Two Black Cadillacs Carrie Underwood
30 34 7 Sure Be Cool If You Did Blake Shelton
31 40 3 Started From The Bottom Drake
32 35 6 Love Me Lil Wayne Feat. Drake & Future
33 23 9 C'Mon Ke$ha
34 27 15 Better Dig Two The Band Perry
35 38 13 Somebody's Heartbreak Hunter Hayes
36 29 23 Diamonds Rihanna
37 43 8 I Drive Your Truck Lee Brice
38 39 6 Carry On fun.
39 37 34 Wanted Hunter Hayes
40 32 15 Tip It On Back Dierks Bentley
41 50 5 Downtown Lady Antebellum
42 45 5 Troublemaker Olly Murs Feat. Flo Rida
43 49 10 Merry Go 'Round Kacey Musgraves
44 42 17 Hall Of Fame The Script Feat. will.i.am
45 52 4 Pirate Flag Kenny Chesney
46 54 5 I Can Take It From There Chris Young
47 53 7 If I Didn't Have You Thompson Square
48 41 12 All Gold Everything Trinidad James
49 51 4 Loveeeeeee Song Rihanna Feat. Future
50 46 21 Swimming Pools (Drank) Kendrick Lamar
51 60 4 Mama's Broken Heart Miranda Lambert
52 48 10 Neva End Future
53 47 15 The Only Way I Know Jason Aldean With Luke Bryan & Eric Church
54 55 4 Give It All We Got Tonight George Strait
55 63 2 Alive Krewella
56 59 4 R.I.P. Young Jeezy Feat. 2 Chaniz
57 56 14 Wicked Games The Weeknd
58 67 2 Get Your Shine On Florida Georgia Line
59 65 3 Love And War Tamar Braxton
60 57 13 Who Booty Jonn Hart Feat. iamSU
61 62 3 Kiss You One Direction
62 58 15 I'm Different 2 Chainz
63 73 2 Next To Me Emeli Sande
64 61 12 Remember You Wiz Khalifa Feat. The Weekend
65 New 1 Just Give Me A Reason P!nk Feat. Nate Ruess
66 64 15 Ball T.I. Feat. Lil Wayne
67 New 1 More Than Miles Brantley Gilbert
68 69 4 My Love Is All I Have Charlie Wilson
69 New 1 Like Jesus Does Eric Church
70 New 1 Heart Attack Demi Lovato
71 New 1 Wagon Wheel Darius Rucker
72 New 1 Changed Rascal Flatts
73 New 1 I Love It Icona Pop Feat. Charli XCX
74 New 1 My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up) Fall Out Boy
75 68 13 Don't Judge Me Chris Brown
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:46 pm

Digital Songs



1 1 22 Thrift Shop Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz
2 3 9 When I Was Your Man Bruno Mars
3 2 3 Harlem Shake Baauer
4 New 1 Heart Attack Demi Lovato
5 4 4 Stay Rihanna Featuring Mikky Ekko
6 5 4 Started From The Bottom Drake
7 7 7 Suit & Tie Justin Timberlake Featuring Jay Z
8 6 15 Scream & Shout will.i.am & Britney Spears
9 9 20 I Knew You Were Trouble. Taylor Swift
10 32 21 Skyfall Adele
11 20 5 Feel This Moment Pitbull Featuring Christina Aguilera
12 13 17 Radioactive Imagine Dragons
13 14 7 Love Me Lil Wayne Featuring Drake & Future
14 16 12 Daylight Maroon 5
15 10 26 Girl On Fire Alicia Keys Featuring Nicki Minaj
16 12 22 Locked Out Of Heaven Bruno Mars
17 11 39 Ho Hey The Lumineers
18 18 23 Don't You Worry Child Swedish House Mafia Featuring John Martin
19 17 30 I Will Wait Mumford & Sons
20 19 5 Carry On fun.
21 21 6 Troublemaker Olly Murs Featuring Flo Rida
22 22 8 Sure Be Cool If You Did Blake Shelton
23 26 8 Pour It Up Rihanna
24 25 36 Little Talks Of Monsters And Men
25 62 2 Just Give Me A Reason P!nk Featuring Nate Ruess
26 50 31 Sail AWOLNATION
27 24 19 F**kin' Problems A$AP Rocky Featuring Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar
28 23 16 Sweet Nothing Calvin Harris Featuring Florence Welch
29 15 2 Hey Porsche Nelly
30 27 22 Hall Of Fame The Script Featuring will.i.am
31 28 31 It's Time Imagine Dragons
32 36 4 My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark (Light Em Up) Fall Out Boy
33 29 17 Catch My Breath Kelly Clarkson
34 45 5 Mama's Broken Heart Miranda Lambert
35 53 5 Get Your Shine On Florida Georgia Line
36 39 4 Downtown Lady Antebellum
37 30 45 Wanted Hunter Hayes
38 New 1 Can't Hold Us Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Ray Dalton
39 31 18 Try P!nk
40 37 18 Better Dig Two The Band Perry
41 8 3 One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks) One Direction
42 33 37 Home Phillip Phillips
43 63 42 A Thousand Years Christina Perri
44 34 9 C'Mon Ke$ha
45 46 21 Madness Muse
46 71 4 Wagon Wheel Darius Rucker
47 61 3 Bugatti Ace Hood Featuring Future & Rick Ross
48 35 21 Beauty And A Beat Justin Bieber Featuring Nicki Minaj
49 38 28 Gangnam Style PSY
50 59 42 Titanium David Guetta Featuring Sia
51 40 23 Diamonds Rihanna
52 52 8 All Gold Everything Trinidad James
53 41 8 Two Black Cadillacs Carrie Underwood
54 49 30 Cruise Florida Georgia Line
55 43 9 One Of Those Nights Tim McGraw
56 Re 2 I Love It Icona Pop Featuring Charli XCX
57 44 14 I'm Different 2 Chainz
58 54 8 Kiss You One Direction
59 60 8 Poetic Justice Kendrick Lamar Featuring Drake
60 47 46 Some Nights fun.
61 New 1 It's A Beautiful Day Michael Buble
62 74 3 Pirate Flag Kenny Chesney
63 57 35 One More Night Maroon 5
64 New 1 Bad Wale Featuring Tiara Thomas
65 70 5 I Drive Your Truck Lee Brice
66 New 1 Next To Me Emeli Sande
67 72 4 Give It All We Got Tonight George Strait
68 55 17 Don't Stop The Party Pitbull Featuring TJR
69 42 29 The A Team Ed Sheeran
70 73 4 R.I.P. Young Jeezy Featuring 2 Chainz
71 69 8 Cups Anna Kendrick
72 75 7 Merry Go 'Round Kacey Musgraves
73 58 22 Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain) Gary Allan
74 Re 4 Battle Scars Lupe Fiasco & Guy Sebastian
75 Re 2 Loveeeeeee Song Rihanna Featuring Future
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Mar 07, 2013 5:52 pm

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs



1 1 22 Thrift Shop Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Wanz
2 2 4 Started From The Bottom Drake
3 3 8 Suit & Tie Justin Timberlake Featuring Jay Z
4 4 7 Love Me Lil Wayne Featuring Drake & Future
5 5 19 F**kin Problems A$AP Rocky Featuring Drake, 2 Chainz & Kendrick Lamar
6 6 27 Girl On Fire Alicia Keys Featuring Nicki Minaj
7 7 11 Pour It Up Rihanna
8 9 19 Poetic Justice Kendrick Lamar Featuring Drake
9 8 23 Diamonds Rihanna
10 11 14 All Gold Everything Trinidad James
11 10 44 Adorn Miguel
12 12 30 Swimming Pools (Drank) Kendrick Lamar
13 13 26 I'm Different 2 Chainz
14 16 14 Loveeeeeee Song Rihanna Featuring Future
15 19 5 Bugatti Ace Hood Featuring Future & Rick Ross
16 23 4 Bad Wale Featuring Tiara Thomas
17 14 15 Neva End Future
18 18 4 R.I.P. Young Jeezy Featuring 2 Chainz
19 15 21 Wicked Games The Weeknd
20 33 15 Can't Hold Us Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Featuring Ray Dalton
21 17 26 No Worries Lil Wayne Featuring Detail
22 20 51 Thinkin Bout You Frank Ocean
23 31 4 Next To Me Emeli Sande
24 21 35 Bandz A Make Her Dance Juicy J Featuring Lil Wayne & 2 Chainz
25 22 18 Who Booty Jonn Hart Featuring IamSU!
26 26 17 Battle Scars Lupe Fiasco & Guy Sebastian
27 32 3 Power Trip J. Cole Featuring Miguel
28 35 8 We Still In This B**** B.o.B Featuring T.I. & Juicy J
29 30 6 Dope Tyga Featuring Rick Ross
30 27 20 Ball T.I. Featuring Lil Wayne
31 29 15 Love Sosa Chief Keef
32 28 13 Love And War Tamar Braxton
33 34 18 Guap Big Sean
34 New 1 Show Out Juicy J Featuring Big Sean And Young Jeezy
35 36 2 Karate Chop (Remix) Future Featuring Lil Wayne
36 40 3 Simply Amazing Trey Songz
37 48 4 Kisses Down Low Kelly Rowland
38 42 7 She Don't Put It Down Joe Budden Featuring Lil Wayne & Tank
39 39 16 Trust And Believe Keyshia Cole
40 43 19 Bitch, Don't Kill My Vibe Kendrick Lamar
41 38 14 Brand New Me Alicia Keys
42 45 11 Hate Bein' Sober Chief Keef Featuring 50 Cent & Wiz Khalifa
43 50 7 Wild For The Night A$AP Rocky Featuring Skrillex
44 44 5 Wing$ Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
45 49 11 My Love Is All I Have Charlie Wilson
46 47 19 Backseat Freestyle Kendrick Lamar
47 Re 14 You & I Avant Featuring KeKe Wyatt
48 New 1 Fumble Trey Songz
49 New 1 Freaks French Montana Featuring Nicki Minaj
50 Re 14 Do You... Miguel
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Postby Blondini » Thu Mar 07, 2013 6:02 pm

And Hadouken! are the first top 100 entry thanks largely to YouTube? They're at 36 on Streaming (which includes YT clips). http://www.billboard.com/charts/streaming-songs?page=3

They do look a very odd name on a US chart!

Video has 35 million views - not including audio only clips. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6XUVjK9W4o

That video has a viral element to it. So again, not everyone viewing it is doing it to hear the music. :-?
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