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  • Originally posted by stevyy
    19.(15) Justin Timberlake - What Goes Around (Comes Back Around)
    20.(re) Coldplay - Every Teardrop is a Waterfall
    Coldplay
    These foolish games are tearing me apart

    My CHART

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    • Alanis is amazing, she is one of my Favorites as well.
      My tits are made of silicone, just like the Earth and sea...

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      • Jessie >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
        P=MC2's Top 20
        Originally posted by Merci
        Poszilicious, pussy served delicious!

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        • 2.(2) Justin Timberlake ft. Jay-Z - Suit & Tie
          5.(1) Justin Timberlake - My Love
          7.(re) Robbie Williams - Heart and I
          9.(4) Justin Timberlake - SexyBack
          13.(re) Robbie Williams - Be a Boy
          14.(re) Mariah Carey - Everything Fades Away
          15.(re) Robbie Williams - The Actor
          16.(10) Alicia Keys - Brand New Me
          17.(14) Robbie Williams - Reverse
          18.(re) Alicia Keys - Girl On Fire
          19.(15) Justin Timberlake - What Goes Around (Comes Back Around)
          20.(re) Coldplay - Every Teardrop is a Waterfall

          Albums

          3.(1) Justin Timberlake - Futuresex/Lovesounds
          4.(re) Olly Murs - Right Place Right Time
          5.(3) Robbie Williams - Take The Crown
          6.(re) Robbie Williams - Rudebox
          7.(4) Alicia Keys - Girl on Fire
          8.(10) Coldplay - Live 2012
          9.(re) Robbie Williams - In and out of Consciousness
          10.(re) Nelly Furtado - The Spirit Indestructible

          Justin still dominating!

          and amazing to see Coldplay and Olly (I need to listen to his latest album !)
          God Bless You... Akipaul> My Week Chart Potterhead.

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          • Coldplay and Olly are both great artists!

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            • Olly is great, love his last album

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              • MPS/A #6 of 2013



                Electro part deux

                French electro group M83 debut this week with what was voted the best song of 2011 in Germany. I've never been that late to adapt to what's hot in my country. But I make my own radio. Glee debut two great new covers inside the top 3. It Looks like 2013 will be just as good a year for my favourite TV cast as any previous year. Jessie Ware continues to smash. Devotion is locked at #1. M83 show serious parallels to Rudimental. Will they dominate my chart the next coming weeks? Or will Devotion stay unbothered at the top?





                1.(new) M83. - Midnight City
                2.(new) Glee Cast - This is the New Year
                3.(new) Glee Cast - Centerfold/Hot in Herre

                4.(3) Jessie Ware - Taking In water
                5.(re) Will Young - Personal Thunder
                6.(4) Jessie Ware - Wildest Moments
                7.(re) Mariah Carey ft. Meek Mill & Rick Ross - Triumphant
                8.(1) Jessie Ware - Nght Light
                9.(re) Madonna - Vogue
                10.(2) Justin Timberlake ft. Jay-Z - Suit & Tie
                11.(8) Olly Murs - Dear Darling
                12.(6) Blue - All I Need
                13.(18) Alicia Keys - Girl On Fire
                14.(11) Jessie Ware - Running
                15.(Re) Miguel - Adorn
                16.(12) Olly Murs - What a Buzz
                17.(5) Justin Timberlake - My Love
                18.(17) Robbie Williams - Reverse
                19.(new) Heino - Liebeslied
                20.(16) Alicia Keys - Brand New Me

                Albums

                1.(1) Jessie Ware - Devotion
                2.(new) M83 - Hurry Up We're Dreaming
                3.(re) Will Young - Echoes
                4.(re) Miguel - Kaleidoscope Dream

                5.(7) Alicia Keys - Girl on Fire
                6.(4) Olly Murs - Right Place Right Time
                7.(2) Blue - Roulette
                8.(5) Robbie Williams - Take The Crown
                9.(3) Justin Timberlake - Futuresex/Lovesounds
                10.(10) Nelly Furtado - The Spirit Indestructible
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                • Year End Chart: Top Artists of 2012: Top 80 of 89 artists that reached my top albums chart






                  2007: #40
                  2010: #4
                  2011: #83
                  John Mayer has become one of my alltime favourite artists. In 2012 he advanced to 8th position on my most played male artists list. Born and Raised spawned a #1 hit and became one of the biggest releases of 2012. John also has two of the biggest re-current hits with Belief and Assassin. Born and Raised became the 28th most successful album of the new decade.

                  Charted albums during 2012:


                  Born & Raised: 2012: 1-1-1-3-4-10-4-7- Re1: 5- Re2: 5-8

                  The Complete 2012 Performances Collection EP: 2012: 3-7

                  Battle Studies: 2012: Re5: 2, Re6: 10,

                  Continuum: 2012: Re2: 9
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                  • Good to see "Triumphant (Get 'Em)" back!

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                    • Originally posted by stevyy
                      7.(re) Mariah Carey ft. Meek Mill & Rick Ross - Triumphant
                      9.(re) Madonna - Vogue
                      Madonna!
                      These foolish games are tearing me apart

                      My CHART

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                      • DEAD. Heino..

                        Brand New Me & The Spirit Indestructible..

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                        • That M83 song is great. "Vogue" is one of Madonna's most iconic songs.
                          Can't believe that everybody in Germany likes Heino all of a sudden.

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                          • Year End Chart: Top Artists of 2012: Top 80 of 89 artists that reached my top albums chart






                            2009: #5
                            2010: #7
                            2011: #39
                            The Killers achieved a massive comeback in 2012. There was a time when more than 50% of my chart was related to their album Battle Born. It became the most played album during the LastFm era, the first album with weekly spins of more than 250 plays and the first album to break the 700 spins barrier. The album debuted and peaked at #1 and has become the 15th most successful album of the current decade. Among all band, the Killers are ranked 4th on my alltime list of bands. They currently amassed 374 charting points.

                            Charted albums during 2012:


                            Battle Born: 2012: 1-1-1-1-1-2-2-10-3-5-9-8-9- Re1: 9

                            Sam's Town: 2012: Re2: 3- Re3: 10

                            Live From the Royal Albert Hall: 2012: Re5: 5-9
                            My Chart

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                            • Year End Chart: Top Artists of 2012: Top 80 of 89 artists that reached my top albums chart






                              2007: #8
                              2010: #13
                              2011: #11
                              For the second time Maroon 5 make the year end top 10. Since the hitalbum It won't be soon before long, Maroon 5 belong to the absolute superstars of my chart. That album alone stayed at #1 for five non-consecutive weeks. Their 2012 return Overexposed topped all expectations when it ended a 7 week (non-consecutively) run at #1. Overexposed has become the longest running #1 album of 2012 and also the highest certified album with triple platinum for charting points of more than 100. Overexposed is the only album of 2012 so far that could cross the 100 points barrier. It is currently ranked 13th on the decade to date list. Maroon 5 rank 3rd on my alltime favourite bands list as they became only the third group act to amass more than 400 charting points.

                              Charted albums during 2012:


                              Overexposed: 2012: 1-1-1-1-1-1-2-1-5-4- Re1: 10-7- Re2: 8

                              It Won't Be Soon Before Long: 2012: Re5: 6- Re6: 4
                              My Chart

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                              • Year End Chart: Top Artists of 2012: Top 80 of 89 artists that reached my top albums chart








                                2005: #3
                                2006: #14
                                2007: #5
                                2008: #2
                                2009: #38
                                2010: #16
                                2011: #44
                                I once was a hater, I admit that. in 2006 DaBoi called her placing on my alltime list "pathetic". It probably was. Madonna is a living icon, a superstar, a legend that cannot be described by words. The queen of Pop has increased on my chart for so many years and is still able to chart inside my year end top 5 with a new studio album in 2012. Among all women, Madonna is ranked second. She became the third artist overall to amass 700 charting points and is only 1 point away to become the only third to break into the 800's. MDNA was a huge hit. It may have only stayed at #1 for a single week in 2012, but the album spawned several top 10 singles, two songs became #1 hits. MDNA received a platinum certification and is currently ranked 30th on my decade-to-date albums list. I hope no Madonna fan further calls my love for her pathetic.

                                Charted albums during 2012:


                                MDNA: 2012: 2-1-2-4-5-4-3-6- Re1: 7-9- Re2: 8- Re3: 9

                                Ray Of Light: 2012: Re3: 2-6- Re4: 5

                                Celebration: 2012: Re3: 1- Re4: 5

                                Confessions on a Dancefloor: 2012: Re7: 8-4
                                My Chart

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                                • Woo at Will re-entering with "Echoes"!
                                  My tits are made of silicone, just like the Earth and sea...

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                                  • Year End Chart: Top Artists of 2012: Top 80 of 89 artists that reached my top albums chart





                                    2010: #10
                                    2011: #7
                                    I hope the message comes across that I am the biggest Florence Welch mega fan on this forum. In less than 3 years, Miss Welch became my soulmate. Her music is the best by any new artist that emerged since she came along, in my opinion. Ceremonials was released in 2011 and helped her to rise on the year end chart, and it was obvious that this monstrous smash would guarantee her the first year end medal (one of many that will follow in the coming years). Florence ended 2012 with the Bronze medal. Among all acts (male, female and bands) Florence and the Machine is currently ranked 22nd on the combined artists alltime list and 10th among female acts. Ceremonials is currently certified five times platinum and is ranked 4th on the decade-to-date list while Lungs is ranked 25th.

                                    Charted albums during 2012:


                                    Cereminials: 2012: 8-10-2-4-3-9- Re1: 5-2- Re2: 10- Re3: 4-4-5- Re4:9-Re5: 10-7- Re6: 10- Re7: 6

                                    MTV Unplugged: 2012: 3-3-7-4- Re1: 5- Re2: 7- Re3: 8

                                    Lungs: 2012: Re4: 7
                                    My Chart

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                                    • Who will become 2012's Best charting artist? Stay tuned for the Grand Top Two Tomorrow




                                      Robbie won the year end crown 2006, 2007 and 2010!

                                      VERSUS



                                      Whitney never won the year end crown. Her best showing was #5 in 2004

                                      The Award for the Artist of The Year Goes to: ...?

                                      The Award for the Album of The Year Goes to: ...?

                                      The Award for Best R&B Artist of The Year Goes to: ...?

                                      The Award for Pop Artist of The Year Goes to: ...?

                                      The Award for Rock/Alternative Artist of The Year Goes to: ...?

                                      The Award for Dance/Electro Artist of The Year Goes to: ...?

                                      The Award for Best New Artist of The Year Goes to: ...?
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                                      • Year End Chart: Top Artists of 2012: Top 80 of 89 artists that reached my top albums chart





                                        2004: #2
                                        2005: #4
                                        2006: #1
                                        2007: #1
                                        2008: #14
                                        2009: #3
                                        2010: #1
                                        2011: #16
                                        Robbie Williams is undoubtedly my number one male artist. He became the first artist whose combined charting total for individual albums exceeded the 1.000 points barrier. He was the only male solo artist to have ever won this countdown and he has more albums in my albums alltime list than any other artist. 2012 marked another return for the unquestioned king of chart success. Take The Crown spawned the #1 smashes Reverse, Into the Silence and Soul Transmission. Several other songs from the era peaked in my top 10 as well. Take The Crown attained a double platinum award in december of 2012 and is currently ranked 20th on the decade to date list. His comeback brought several of his previous chart-toppers back in the top 10. Among them, the current #2 of my alltime list: Intensive Care. Since 2004 Robbie Williams amassed 1.663 charting points, more than any other male singer and overall second to Mariah Carey.

                                        Charted albums during 2012:


                                        Take The Crown: 2012: 1-1-1-1-3-2-3-1-3-

                                        In and Out of Consciousness: 2012: Re4: 6-4- Re5: 5-10

                                        Reality Killed the Video Star: 2012: Re4: 4- Re5: 8-9- Re6: 10- Re7: 7-

                                        Live at the O2: 2012: 4-8

                                        Greatest Hits: 2012: Re9: 3,

                                        Live at Knebworth: 2012: Re6: 6

                                        Intensive Care: 2012: Re11: 6

                                        Rudebox: 2012: Re10: 8
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                                        • Year End Chart: Top Artists of 2012: Top 80 of 89 artists that reached my top albums chart




                                          2004: #5
                                          2005: #16
                                          2006: #28
                                          2007: #31
                                          2008: #45
                                          2009: #8
                                          2010: #46
                                          2011: #36

                                          Alltime Rank Female Artists: #4 (577 points)
                                          Alltime Rank Overall Artists: #8
                                          Decade to Date List Female Artists: #4 (203 points)
                                          February 11th 2012 was the day when one of my alltime favourite artists and one of the biggest music icons of all times died. I met Whitney Houston when I was 7 years old. I sat in front of my cassette recorder - the cassette already in my hand - waiting for the radio dj to play I will always love you - which became one of my all time favourite songs. I did not have to wait long. I recorded the timeless classic and played it over and over until it became the first english song that I knew by heart.

                                          Whitney Houston was my first love. I would just smile when she appeared on TV somewhere, I would just lipsync her latest hit and I would just try to feel a connection to her. That is what my first musical love was all about. It helped me building up myself, discovering me, discovering music, discovering the world. And all she had to do was sing. The epitome of vocal ability that is what she is to me. The best female singer that has ever graced the world. Her music influenced not only me but millions of people who suddenly dressed like her, and who began to imitate her singing. Of course no one could sing like her but her influence stays unmatched in music history. Many people might think: Oh he's a Mariah Carey fan - what does he know. No! I was a Whitney fan first. She opened my mind for female artists. She opened my mind for ballads, for R&B and Pop music andfor Dance remixes. It is true that Mariah took what Whitney build as a basis in my character and took it to another level, but Without Whitney I couldn't cherish Mariah the way I do.

                                          By 1998 I finally bought my physical copy of The Bodyguard - the first Whitney album I ever owned - and by 2004 I completed her discography. As a kid of the 90's I spent all my pocket-money on CDs. I couldn't afford much. But completing her discography was a must, an urge I had to go after. One Wish was the first Whitney release I bought in the year of release. So, no one waited more anxiously for her 2009 comeback album than me. I Look To You became the first non-seasonal studio album by Whitney which was released during the time of my chart (2004-2013). It debuted straight at #1 and stayed there for three consecutive weeks (and 5 weeks overall), spawning several #1 hits, I Got You being the biggest among them.

                                          In the wake of her untimely death, several of her albums and singles charted on my singles and albums chart. She instantly broke the record in the week of her death, when she occupied 17 out of 20 positions on my singles chart and placed 7 albums in my albums chart top 10 the week thereafter (another record). Whitney was soon placed at #1 on my year-to-date chart, a position she practically held from february until december which expanded the record - formerly held by Mariah Carey in 2005.

                                          So what will stay? The music, her smile, her kindness, her influence, her genius and most importantly her love. Whenever I see her picture, whenever I listen to one of her classic songs, whenever she is in my thoughts, I will look up to the sky - I look to you - and I will say a prayer - secretly, almost shy and I will thank her for being a part of my life, for having shaped me, for being by my side for so long, for letting me experience love, sadness and happiness through her music. What better words can express my gratitude and eternal love for her than the title of my favourite and the first of her classic hits since I can remember:

                                          Whitney, I will always love you! R.I.P.



                                          Charted albums during 2012:


                                          I Look To You: 2012: Re6: 6-2-1-9- Re7: 8

                                          My Love is your Love: 2012: Re2: 1-3-7-6-10

                                          I'm your Baby Tonight: 2012: Re1: 4-4-5-7

                                          The Preacher's Wife: 2012: Re4: 7-1-3- Re5: 9

                                          The Greatest Hits: [2012: Re6: 10-9-1-2

                                          The Bodyguard: 2012: Re1: 3-6-10- Re2: 9-9- Re3: 10- Re4: 10

                                          Whitney: 2012: Re2: 2-7

                                          I will always love you: The Best of: 2012: 8- Re1: 7

                                          We are here to speak your name
                                          because of the way you made for us.
                                          Because of the prayers you prayed for us.
                                          We are the ones you conjured up, hoping we would have strength enough,
                                          and discipline enough, and talent enough, and nerve enough
                                          to step into the light when it turned in our direction, and just smile awhile

                                          We are the ones you hoped would make you proud
                                          because all of our hard work, makes all of yours part of something better, truer, deeper.
                                          Something that lights the way ahead like a lamp unto our feet,
                                          As steady as the unforgettable beat of our collective heart.
                                          We Speak your name: Whitney Houston.
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                                          • Year End Chart Winners: Artists of The Year

                                            2004: Alanis Morissette (302 points)
                                            2005: Mariah Carey (384 points)
                                            2006: Robbie Williams (358 points)
                                            2007: Robbie Williams (240 points)
                                            2008: Mariah Carey (403 points)
                                            2009: Mariah Carey (196 points)
                                            2010: Robbie Williams (186 points)
                                            2011: Take That (188 points)
                                            2012: Whitney Houston (167 points)
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                                            • That Whitney write-up actually made me tear up.

                                              I agree wholeheartedly that she was the greatest singer to have ever graced this planet. Her voice transcended genres, generations, broke down barriers, and ultimately became a global treasure. I think I took her for granted in her final years of life but February 11th, 2012 hit me like a brick. I still cannot believe she is gone. A part of me refuses to accept that the last of the two artists I grew up loving has now passed.

                                              I know the music will never ever die. She'll forever live on through her timeless classics. Her talent will continue to amaze and inspire countless other artists. She's a legend amongst legends and I miss her dearly.
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                                              She would stand around after she had set the table and listen to the family give, in unison, thanks to the long-haired man whose gaze always turned upward – probably because he couldn’t bear to see the havoc wreaked in his name.

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                                              • Whitney
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                                                • Great seeing Alanis there. She ranks as one of my all time favourite females. I haven't even heard of Jessie Ware, I'm so behind with music lately :(
                                                  "you act like nothing really happened but it meant the world to me"

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                                                  • Madonnas and Whitney
                                                    Channel Orange Ray Of Light Electra Heart Back To Black

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