US Billboard Charts (24/05/2008)

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Postby ZiggyStardust » Wed May 14, 2008 8:47 pm

so_done wrote:I totally cannot understand the Rihanna's phenomenon :|
This is sick in my opinion that every of her singles, no matter how lame it is, goes straight to top 10 :(
She's sexy. A real hottie! :)
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Postby thebigham » Wed May 14, 2008 8:52 pm

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Week Ending May 11, 2008: Diamond Tops Dylan As Oldest Living Chart-Topper

Posted Wed May 14 11:28am PDT by Paul Grein in Chart Watch

Neil Diamond this week becomes the oldest living artist to land a #1 album in the 52-year history of Billboard's weekly album chart. Diamond, 67, achieves the feat with Home Before Dark. The old record was held by Bob Dylan, who was 65 when he last topped the chart in September 2006 with Modern Times.

Only two other solo artists have had #1 albums past the age of 60--Louis Armstrong, who was 62 in 1964 when he topped the chart with Hello, Dolly! and Rod Stewart, who was 61 in 2006 when he rang the bell with Still The Same...Great Rock Classics Of Our Time.

Key group members who had #1 albums past the age of 60 are Ronald Isley, who was 62 in 2003 when the Isley Brothers' Body Kiss topped the chart; Ringo Starr, who was 60 in 2000 when the Beatles' 1 hit #1; and Don Henley, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmidt, all of whom were 60 last fall when Eagles' Long Road Out Of Eden hit #1.

I know what you're thinking: How about those old-timers who had #1 albums in the early years of the rock era? Surely they were over 60 at the time. Surprisingly, except for Armstrong, they weren't. (People just seemed older back then.) Lawrence Welk was 58 in 1961 when he hit #1 with Calcutta!, Bing Crosby and conductor Enoch Light were both 54 when they landed their last #1 albums, conductor Mantovani was 53 and "Sing Along With Mitch" creator Mitch Miller was 50.


(Two pop legends were older than Diamond when they recorded their final albums, but the albums weren't released until after their deaths. Ray Charles' Genius Loves Company hit #1 in 2005, eight months after the R&B legend died at 73. Johnny Cash's American V: A Hundred Highways hit #1 in 2006, nearly three years after the country giant died at 71.)

(Two other legends who were older than Diamond is now just missed hitting #1 with late-career releases. Frank Sinatra was 77 in 1993 when Duets peaked at #2; Tony Bennett was 80 in 2006 when Duets: An American Classic peaked at #3.)

There is no question that the pop scene is more receptive to older artists than it used to be. From 1966, when Sinatra, then 50, landed his last #1 album, Strangers In The Night, until 1993, when Barbra Streisand, then 51, scored with Back To Broadway, not one artist over the age of 50 topped the chart. But in the last 15 years, it's become commonplace. No one thought twice about it in April when George Strait, 55, hit #1. After all, just last fall, in addition to the aforementioned Eagles, Bruce Springsteen, 58, and Reba McEntire, 52, had #1 albums. In the last five years, we've also seen #1 albums by Barry Manilow, who was 59 at the time, Jimmy Buffett, 57, and Led Zeppelin, whose members ranged from mid to late 50s.

What's going on here? The baby boomer audience is staying connected to the pop scene much longer than their parents ever did. Also, older fans are proving to be the most reliable album buyers. They came of age buying albums and are perfectly content to continue. What's more, if these older fans download an album (Nielsen/SoundScan includes paid downloads in its tallies), they are more inclined to pay than go to a file-sharing site.

I'm not sure how Diamond will react to being called "the oldest living chart-topper." But let's break it down. Certainly, it's good to be living. It's a nice bonus to be a chart-topper. As for being the oldest, well, as they say, it beats the alternative. So take it, Neil, and run with it.

Diamond lands his first #1 album nearly 42 years after he first entered the chart with The Feel Of Neil Diamond. That sets a new record for the longest any artist has had to wait for his or her first #1 album. The old record belonged to Jimmy Buffett, who took a little more than 30 years between first entering the chart in March 1974 and landing his first #1 album, License To Chill, in July 2004.

Diamond's highest-charting album before this week was the soundtrack to Jonathan Livingston Seagull, which reached #2 in 1973. That album also brought Diamond his only Grammy Award to date, for Best Album of Original Score. If you stopped people on the street, most would assume that Diamond has had numerous #1 albums and has won a shelf-full of Grammys. Why he hasn't, I don't know. But maybe that's one reason he has lasted so long: He has never been so white-hot that people got sick of him.

Home Before Dark is Diamond's second collaboration with Grammy-winning producer Rick Rubin, following 12 Songs, which opened (and peaked) at #4 in November 2005. Rubin also produced a series of five late-career albums for Johnny Cash, which culminated in the aforementioned chart-topper American V: A Hundred Highways.

Rihanna, 20, also makes news this week, opening at #1 on Hot Digital Songs with "Take A Bow." Rihanna is the first artist to top this chart four times. She previously led the list with "Pon De Replay," "SOS" and "Umbrella." "Take A Bow" opens with sales of 267,000 downloads. Only two songs have sold that many downloads in their first week. Mariah Carey's "Touch My Body" sold 286,000 and Rihanna's own "Umbrella," featuring Jay-Z, moved 277,000. Ne-Yo, Rihanna's duet partner on the recent "Hate That I Love You," wrote "Take A Bow." This is the eighth consecutive week that the #1 title on the Hot Digital Songs chart has sold 200,000 or more downloads.

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

1. Neil Diamond, Home Before Dark, 146,000. This album is off to a faster start than the first Diamond/Rubin collaboration, 12 Songs, which sold 93,000 copies in its first week. (Maybe it pays to actually come up with a title.) At the same time, this is the lowest sales total for a #1 album since Alan Jackson led the chart nine weeks ago with Good Time, which sold 119,000. Diamond had 13 top 10 singles on the Hot 100 from the ‘60s into the ‘80s, but none of them were from #1 albums. Now, he finally has a #1 album without help from a hit single. Go figure.

2. Toby Keith, 35 Biggest Hits, 103,000. This two-CD set is the latest greatest hits album to tout the number of hits right in the title, the better to position the album as a good value for the money. It follows Elvis Presley's Elv1s: 30 #1 Hits and George Strait's 50 Greatest Hits. Both of those collections reached #1. (George's hit count is largest, so he wins.) The album includes Keith's new hit, "She's A Hottie," which jumps from #115 to #79 on Hot Digital Songs.

3. Madonna, Hard Candy, 94,000. Sales of the album dropped by 66%, the steepest decline of any album in the top 200. Hard Candy had just one week at #1, which has been the case with all four of Madonna's #1 albums in this decade. Her three #1 albums from the ‘80s all had extended stays in the top spot. Like A Virgin was #1 for three weeks, True Blue for five and Like A Prayer for six. "4 Minutes," Madonna's smash collabo with Justin Timberlake, slips from #3 to #5; "Give It 2 Me" falls from #21 to #74.

4. Clay Aiken, On My Way Here, 94,000. Aiken's solo debut, Measure Of A Man, debuted at #1 with sales of 613,000. His collection of pop covers, A Thousand Different Ways, opened at #2 with sales of 211,000. This third release (not counting a holiday album) continues the downward trend. Unlike most recording stars whose numbers are softening, Aiken has Broadway and TV to fall back on.

5. Mariah Carey, E=MC2, 87,000. Carey drops from #2 to #4 in her fourth week. "Touch My Body" drifts from #11 to #14 on Hot Digital Songs. "Bye Bye" regains some ground, jumping from #41 to #36.

6. Leona Lewis, Spirit, 76,000. Sales of Lewis' album now stand at 555,000, making it the eighth best seller so far in 2008. "Bleeding Love" slips to #2 on Hot Digital Songs after four weeks on top; "Better In Time" drops from #87 to #120.

7. Gavin DeGraw, Gavin DeGraw, 66,000. DeGraw's sophomore album puts him in the top 10 for the first time. The adult alternative artist debuted in 2003 with Chariot, which was reissued as a two-CD set the following year. "In Love With A Girl" jumps from #19 to #15 on Hot Digital Songs; "We Belong Together" bows at #122.

8. Josh Groban, Awake Live, 58,000. Groban's first release since walking off with the #1 album of 2007 (Noel) is a live revisiting of the songs on his most recent pop album, Awake (which re-enters the chart this week at #87). Groban has released a live album after each of his three pop studio albums, a strategy that is known inside the industry as "milking it." This is the first of Groban's three live albums to reach the top 10.

9. Dierks Bentley, Greatest Hits/Every Mile A Memory 2003-2006, 43,000. This is Bentley's third album to crack the top 10, following Modern Day Drifter and Long Trip Alone. (Memo to Dierks: Amass a few dozen more hits, and then one-up George Strait with 51 Greatest Hits.) The album includes Dierks' newest hit, "Trying To Stop Your Leaving," which enters Hot Digital Songs at #111.

10. Luis Miguel's Complices, 32,000. This is the first top 10 album for the Latin superstar, who has been a fixture on the pop chart for 15 years. Miguel's previous highest charting album was Romances, which reached #14 in 1997. This is the first Latin album to reach the top 10 since Jennifer Lopez's Como Ama Una Mujer debuted at #10 in April 2007. Miguel was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. J Lo was born in the Bronx to Puerto Rican parents.

Seven albums fall out of the top 10 this week. Lyfe Jennings' Lyfe Change slips from #4 to #12, Now 27 drops from #9 to #13, Tim McGraw's Greatest Hits 1 & 2 falls from #10 to #20, Portishead's Third drops from #7 to #24, The Roots' Rising Down drops from #6 to #28, Def Leppard's Songs From The Sparkle Lounge falls from #5 to #30 and Mudcrutch's Mudcrutch plummets from #8 to #53.

Two songs from Coldplay's upcoming album Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends (that's a mouthful) enter the Hot Digital Songs chart. "Viva La Vida" arrives at #6; "Violet Hill" opens at #18.

Market Indicator: Now 27 logged eight weeks in the top 10 before slipping this week to #13. Alas, only now, after nine weeks of release, has the album equaled the first-week sales (621,000) of the fastest-selling Now volume, Now 7. That album was released in 2001 when the industry was at its peak.

Rascal Flatts' Still Feels Good jumps from #78 to #37 with an 85% sales increase, the week's biggest for a non-debuting album. The album has sold 1,922,000 copies since it debuted at #1 in October.

I Can Only Imagine: Power Anthems Of The Christian Faith holds at #1 for a fourth week on the Catalog Albums chart, with sales of 17,000. The Time/Life collection would have ranked #37 on the big chart if older, catalog albums were eligible to compete there.

Ol Blue Eyes: Hard to believe, but it's been 10 years since Frank Sinatra died--on May 14, 1998. In addition to being a tremendous artist and an eternal icon of cool, Sinatra was one of the biggest recording stars of all time. Sinatra ranks as the #30 album seller of the Nielsen/SoundScan era, with sales of 25,804,000. The remarkable thing about this statistic is that it measures sales only since Nielsen/SoundScan set up shop in May 1991.

Sinatra first hit the Billboard album chart--which was not yet a weekly feature--in 1946 with The Voice Of Frank Sinatra. Only one other artist on Nielsen/SoundScan's list of the top 200 album sellers first entered the album chart prior to 1955. That's Nat "King" Cole, whose jazz trio was #1 on the very first album chart in 1945 with The King Cole Trio. Cole is the #185 album seller since 1991.

Sinatra has sold 14,872,000 albums in the 10 years since his death (a figure that many current artists would be quite content with.) That number will swell with the release this week of Nothing But The Best. The compilation is certain to become Sinatra's highest-charting posthumous album. That title is currently held by Greatest Love Songs. Released just before Valentine's Day 2002, the album peaked at #32.

Which of today's chart-toppers will still be relevant 60 years from now? Discuss amongst yourselves.

Heads Up: Death Cab For Cutie is expected to debut at #1 next week with Narrow Stairs. Other albums due to enter next week's chart include Jason Mraz's We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things, Ryan Cabrera's The Moon Under Water, Keith Sweat's Just Me, Duffy's Rockferry and 10 Years' Division.
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Postby phoenix98 » Wed May 14, 2008 8:57 pm

so_done wrote:I totally cannot understand the Rihanna's phenomenon :|
This is sick in my opinion that every of her singles, no matter how lame it is, goes straight to top 10 :(
"sick" seems a bit harsh/offensive :-? her label has been very smart with the choice of singles...but several of them HAVE missed the Top 10, she's not completely invincible

Pon De Replay = No. 2
If It's Lovin' That You Want = No. 36
SOS = No. 1
Unfaithful = No. 6
We Ride = No. 107
Break It Off = No. 9
Umbrella = No. 1
Shut Up And Drive = No. 15
Hate That I Love You = No. 7
Don't Stop The Music = No. 3
Take A Bow = No. 1?
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Postby tcatron565 » Wed May 14, 2008 9:06 pm

Wiki's wrong. It's 107. I edited it on there. And it's official that Rihanna has hit #1 for the third time!

And I'm glad. I like Rihanna. Although, "Don't Stop the Music" and "Shut Up and Drive" beat out "Take a Bow" by miles.
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Postby ZiggyStardust » Wed May 14, 2008 9:14 pm

thebigham wrote:
9. Dierks Bentley, Greatest Hits/Every Mile A Memory 2003-2006, 43,000. This is Bentley's third album to crack the top 10, following Modern Day Drifter and Long Trip Alone. (Memo to Dierks: Amass a few dozen more hits, and then one-up George Strait with 51 Greatest Hits.) The album includes Dierks' newest hit, "Trying To Stop Your Leaving," which enters Hot Digital Songs at #111.
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Postby thebigham » Wed May 14, 2008 9:25 pm

2m at Pulse:

#1 Neil Diamond 145,840 146,150
#2 Toby Keith 103,025 103,166
#3 Madonna 94,177 374,450
#4 Clay Aiken 94,071 94,121
#5 Mariah Carey 87,070 828,576
#6 Leona Lewis 75,709 555,467
#7 Gavin DeGraw 66,107 66,173
#8 Josh Groban 58,320 58,427
#9 Dierks Bently 42,537 42,537
#10 Luis Miguel 32,338 32,580
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Postby mikedemoda » Wed May 14, 2008 9:55 pm

i really like TAKE A BOW but trully, i dont think that song deserves a #1 spot...
its nowhere close to masterpiece called BLEEDING LOVE
i think they tried to push mariah away from #1 of most downloads in the first week, cuz i dont think theres any other good reason to explain why she sold 266k
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Postby brock75 » Wed May 14, 2008 10:16 pm

mikedemoda wrote:i really like TAKE A BOW but trully, i dont think that song deserves a #1 spot...
its nowhere close to masterpiece called BLEEDING LOVE
i think they tried to push mariah away from #1 of most downloads in the first week, cuz i dont think theres any other good reason to explain why she sold 266k
It's somewhat likely, IMO, that Leona will be back at #1 next week AGAIN... Rihanna doesn't have the airplay to compete with Leona yet... and I doubt Rihanna will sustain this sales level next week.
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Postby thebigham » Wed May 14, 2008 10:17 pm

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Rihanna's 'Bow' Soars 52 Spots To Lead Hot 100

May 14, 2008

by Silvio Pietroluongo, N.Y.

Rihanna will make a near-record rise to the top of the Billboard Hot 100 tomorrow (May 14) with "Take a Bow," which blasts 53-1. Opening-week digital downloads (267,000) are the reason for the sudden surge, as the track begins at No. 1 on Hot Digital Songs.

The song's bump is the second-best leap to No. 1 in Hot 100 history, trailing only Maroon 5's 64-1 jump with "Makes Me Wonder" last May. Coincidentally, Rihanna is featured on the band's "If I Never See Your Face Again" which will debut tomorrow at No. 57.

With the lofty digital take, Rihanna now owns two of the top three opening week download tallies in chart history. Mariah Carey's "Touch My Body" set the mark with 286,000 last month, surpassing the 277,000 moved by Rihanna's "Umbrella" when it debuted in the June 9, 2007 issue.

"Take a Bow" is one of four new songs on an expanded CD/DVD edition of Rihanna's "Good Girl Gone Bad" album, due June 17 via Def Jam.

-- Billboard Online
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Postby lostprophet » Wed May 14, 2008 10:38 pm

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BILLBOARD HOT 100 - TOP 50
53 1 RIHANNA TAKE A BOW
1 2 LEWIS*LEONA BLEEDING LOVE - SINGLE
2 3 LIL WAYNE LOLLIPOP - STILL BULLETED
3 4 JORDIN SPARKS DUET NO AIR
4 5 USHER LOVE IN THIS CLUB
5 6 RAY J FEAT. YUNG BERG SEXY CAN I
6 7 MADONNA 4 MINUTES
7 8 CAREY*MARIAH TOUCH MY BODY
8 9 NATASHA BEDINGFIELD POCKETFUL OF SUNSHINE - STILL BULLETED
11 10 DANITY KANE DAMAGED
9 11 SARA BAREILLES LOVE SONG
10 12 JESSE MCCARTNEY LEAVIN'
12 13 FLO RIDA LOW/JEALOUS
13 14 JOHN MAYER SAY
-- 15 COLDPLAY VIVA LA VIDA
19 16 PLIES BUST IT BABY PT. 2
21 17 COLBY O'DONIS FEATU WHAT YOU GOT
16 18 CHRIS BROWN WITH YOU
14 19 MILEY CYRUS SEE YOU AGAIN
17 20 ONEREPUBLIC STOP AND STARE
22 21 ROSS*RICK BOSS
18 22 RIHANNA DON'T STOP THE MUSIC (JODY DEN
20 23 COLBIE CAILLAT REALIZE
34 24 GAVIN DEGRAW IN LOVE WITH A GIRL
15 25 CHRIS BROWN FOREVER
30 26 3 DOORS DOWN IT'S NOT MY TIME
38 27 CAREY*MARIAH BYE BYE
25 28 2 PISTOLS FEATURING SHE GOT IT
26 29 KEYS*ALICIA NO ONE
36 30 METRO STATION SHAKE IT
23 31 BUCKCHERRY SORRY
27 32 JAMES OTTO JUST GOT STARTED LOVIN' YOU
24 33 TIMBALAND/ONEREPUBLIC APOLOGIZE - SINGLE
29 34 TAYLOR SWIFT OUR SONG
32 35 TRACE ADKINS YOU'RE GONNA MISS THIS
28 36 TAYLOR SWIFT PICTURE TO BURN
33 37 LIFEHOUSE WHATEVER IT TAKES
35 38 DAUGHTRY FEELS LIKE TONIGHT
40 39 BRAD PAISLEY I'M STILL A GUY
-- 40 COLDPLAY VIOLET HILL
42 41 FINGER ELEVEN PARALYZER
37 42 ASHANTI THE WAY THAT I LOVE YOU
45 43 SPEARS*BRITNEY BREAK THE ICE REMIXES
31 44 LIL WAYNE A MILLI
51 45 RASCAL FLATTS EVERY DAY
41 46 CAILLAT*COLBIE BUBBLY - SINGLE
47 47 FLYLEAF ALL AROUND ME
50 48 CARRIE UNDERWOOD LAST NAME
46 49 NELLY FEATURING FER PARTY PEOPLE
39 50 WEBBIE, LIL' PHAT & INDEPENDENT

INTERESTING MOVES & DEBUTS
58 53 CHRIS BROWN TAKE YOU DOWN
54 54 NE-YO CLOSER
93 55 THE TING TINGS SHUT UP AND LET ME GO
-- 56 DJ LAZ FEAT. FLO RIDA & CASELY MOVE SHAKE DROP REMIX
-- 57 MAROON 5 FEATURING IF I NEVER SEE YOUR FACE AGAIN
83 59 KEYSHIA COLE HEAVEN SENT
59 63 USHER FEATURING BEY LOVE IN THIS CLUB, PART II - STILL BULLETED
71 64 ESTELLE AMERICAN BOY
61 66 DUFFY MERCY
73 71 JASON MRAZ I'M YOURS
-- 72 T.I. NO MATTER WHAT
-- 76 KATY PERRY I KISSED A GIRL
-- 78 ALICIA KEYS TEENAGE LOVE AFFAIR
84 80 DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE I WILL POSSESS YOUR HEART
-- 91 KARDINAL OFFISHALL DANGEROUS
-- 97 DAVID BANNER FEATUR GET LIKE ME
-- 99 ALAN JACKSON GOOD TIME

BUBBLING UNDER
8 1 MARVIN SAPP NEVER WOULD HAVE MADE IT
9 5 DAVID GUETTA & CHRI LOVE IS GONE
4 9 M.I.A. PAPER PLANES (HOMELAND SECURIT
-- 17 KAT DELUNA FEATURIN RUN THE SHOW
-- 24 KANYE WEST FEATURIN HOMECOMING

R&B 100
1 1 LIL WAYNE LOLLIPOP
4 2 CAREY*MARIAH TOUCH MY BODY
2 3 ASHANTI THE WAY THAT I LOVE YOU
3 4 USHER LOVE IN THIS CLUB
5 5 JORDIN SPARKS DUET NO AIR
18 8 KEYSHIA COLE HEAVEN SENT
16 10 CHRIS BROWN TAKE YOU DOWN
11 12 USHER FEATURING BEY LOVE IN THIS CLUB, PART II
23 17 ALICIA KEYS TEENAGE LOVE AFFAIR
55 35 JILL SCOTT MY LOVE
46 36 CAREY*MARIAH BYE BYE
62 61 ESTELLE AMERICAN BOY
82 74 LEWIS*LEONA BLEEDING LOVE - SINGLE
76 76 RIHANNA TAKE A BOW
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Postby themusicking » Wed May 14, 2008 10:40 pm

so_done wrote:I totally cannot understand the Rihanna's phenomenon :|
This is sick in my opinion that every of her singles, no matter how lame it is, goes straight to top 10 :(
:D :D :D :D Thumbs up.
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Postby www » Wed May 14, 2008 10:42 pm

what a stupid song at #1. if any of rihhana's songs deserved to get #1 and join the company of SOS and Umbrella then it's DSTM, definitely not this song which is her worst single to date (after If lovin's is what you want and we ride, though i like that song)
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Postby www » Wed May 14, 2008 10:44 pm

themusicking wrote:
so_done wrote:I totally cannot understand the Rihanna's phenomenon :|
This is sick in my opinion that every of her singles, no matter how lame it is, goes straight to top 10 :(
:D :D :D :D Thumbs up.
and yet her album can't sell. she should release singles only.
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Postby DC3BKM » Wed May 14, 2008 10:52 pm

11 10 DANITY KANE DAMAGED

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D......!!!!!!!!!!

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Postby ali3_dat » Wed May 14, 2008 10:53 pm

DC3BKM wrote:11 10 DANITY KANE DAMAGED

:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D......!!!!!!!!!!

So Happy Right NOW
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Postby carlos06 » Wed May 14, 2008 11:59 pm

Take a Bow!? Babyface co-wrote this too? :lol:
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Postby Damien1982 » Thu May 15, 2008 12:46 am

Any word on the New Kids On The Block Single? or is that next week? I know its been getting airplay since last week....
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Postby lpaj89 » Thu May 15, 2008 1:14 am

www wrote:what a stupid song at #1. if any of rihhana's songs deserved to get #1 and join the company of SOS and Umbrella then it's DSTM, definitely not this song which is her worst single to date (after If lovin's is what you want and we ride, though i like that song)
I have to agree. Even as a big Rihanna fan, I've never liked TAB, it seems very amateurish and mediocre for someone as big as she is to be doing, and it's only because she's so big right now (in singles terms) that it's #1. If it was virtually anyone else's song, I don't think it would be doing well at all. The worst part about it is that it's #!1 while DSTM settled for #3!? How can one of the best dance songs of this decade not hit #1, but a boring everyday ballad can? Doesn't make any sense to me.
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Postby lainter06 » Thu May 15, 2008 2:24 am

Damien1982 wrote:Any word on the New Kids On The Block Single? or is that next week? I know its been getting airplay since last week....
next week :wink:
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Postby DC3BKM » Thu May 15, 2008 2:37 am

Damien1982 wrote:Any word on the New Kids On The Block Single? or is that next week? I know its been getting airplay since last week....
its # 17 on iTunes last time I checked :wink:
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Postby lainter06 » Thu May 15, 2008 2:44 am

lpaj89 wrote:
www wrote:what a stupid song at #1. if any of rihhana's songs deserved to get #1 and join the company of SOS and Umbrella then it's DSTM, definitely not this song which is her worst single to date (after If lovin's is what you want and we ride, though i like that song)
I have to agree. Even as a big Rihanna fan, I've never liked TAB, it seems very amateurish and mediocre for someone as big as she is to be doing, and it's only because she's so big right now (in singles terms) that it's #1. If it was virtually anyone else's song, I don't think it would be doing well at all. The worst part about it is that it's #!1 while DSTM settled for #3!? How can one of the best dance songs of this decade not hit #1, but a boring everyday ballad can? Doesn't make any sense to me.
Ipaj89, the answer to your question is sooooo simple. The reason why TAB has been extremly successful is for the simple fact that it wasn't included on the origional version of GGGB. If TAB would have made it on to the original version, I can assure you this song would have NEVER made it to #1. If you notice all 3 of her #1s have been released before the album came out. If "unfaithful", "shut up and drive", "don't stop the music", or even "break it off" been released before the album I can assure you they would also have made it to #1. To be honest I could care less which one of Rihanna's songs makes it to #1 as long as she is #1 thats all I care about. :wink:
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Postby jpguy » Thu May 15, 2008 3:14 am

i can't believe rihanna topped again, it's nothing agains LEona's BL... I mean!! God, why is everything making it into the top???

And so glad about Tokio hotel, they reached the top 40 with no promotion (almost) and they're probably unknown in the US!!

And, I'm also, so happy about Danity Kane by reaching #10 on the hot 100!!! they really deserved it!! 8-)
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Postby skapunk » Thu May 15, 2008 3:21 am

Till Umbrella's impact remains, her songs will do well. "Shut Up and Drive" was so bad, according to critics, but it still made it to top 20. People still think, "Hey, lets see what Rihanna's has got this time." and they buy the song. So its curiosity + popularity which is taking her songs high in the charts.
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BB200

--- --- 1 DIAMOND*NEIL HOME BEFORE DARK 303 145,840 NR 146,150
--- --- 2 KEITH*TOBY TOBY KEITH 35 BIGGEST HITS 138 103,025 NR 103,166
--- 1 3 MADONNA HARD CANDY 279,522 94,177 -66.3% 374,450
--- --- 4 AIKEN*CLAY ON MY WAY HERE 48 94,071 NR 94,121
1 2 5 CAREY*MARIAH E=MC2 95,405 87,070 -8.7% 828,576
2 3 6 LEWIS*LEONA SPIRIT 83,903 75,709 -9.8% 555,467
--- --- 7 DEGRAW*GAVIN GAVIN DEGRAW 62 66,107 NR 66,173
--- --- 8 GROBAN*JOSH AWAKE LIVE 105 58,320 NR 58,427
--- --- 9 BENTLEY*DIERKS GREATEST HITS/EVERY MILE A... 0 42,537 NR 42,537
--- --- 10 MIGUEL*LUIS COMPLICES 238 32,338 NR 32,580
9 11 11 SWIFT*TAYLOR TAYLOR SWIFT 29,025 31,888 9.9% 2,903,416
--- 4 12 JENNINGS*LYFE LYFE CHANGE 80,086 31,663 -60.5% 112,123
6 9 13 NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL MUSIC VOL. 27-NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL 30,735 29,424 -4.3% 644,320
8 18 14 STRAIT*GEORGE TROUBADOUR 22,431 28,505 27.1% 343,685
14 16 15 JOHNSON*JACK SLEEP THROUGH THE STATIC 22,743 26,350 15.9% 1,130,439
--- --- 16 TRIBBETT*TYE STAND OUT 193 25,984 NR 23,525
7 13 17 JUNO SOUNDTRACK 25,719 24,818 -3.5% 724,072
20 23 18 SPARKS*JORDIN JORDIN SPARKS 19,637 24,055 22.5% 740,504
22 19 18 CAILLAT*COLBIE COCO 21,754 24,055 10.6% 1,554,891
--- 10 20 MCGRAW*TIM GREATEST HITS 1 & 2 29,315 23,193 -20.9% 52,526
13 22 21 OTTO*JAMES SUNSET MAN 20,675 22,719 9.9% 151,369
19 35 22 BUBLE*MICHAEL CALL ME IRRESPONSIBLE 15,518 22,369 44.2% 1,559,545
--- 15 23 SIMON*CARLY THIS KIND OF LOVE 23,073 22,003 -4.6% 45,203
--- 7 24 PORTISHEAD THIRD 52,848 21,988 -58.4% 75,008
28 39 25 UNDERWOOD*CARRIE CARNIVAL RIDE 14,706 21,853 48.6% 2,079,992
12 14 26 ALVIN & THE CHIPMUNKS SOUNDTRACK 23,408 21,453 -8.4% 693,107
23 29 27 DAUGHTRY DAUGHTRY 17,466 20,809 19.1% 4,044,813
--- 6 28 ROOTS RISING DOWN 53,697 20,741 -61.4% 74,665
24 32 29 KEYS*ALICIA AS I AM 16,594 20,661 24.5% 3,453,019
--- 5 30 DEF LEPPARD SONGS FROM THE SPARKLE LOUNGE 54,793 19,839 -63.8% 74,751
26 34 31 JACKSON*ALAN GOOD TIME 15,580 18,404 18.1% 345,953
97 24 32 BEDINGFIELD*NATASHA POCKETFUL OF SUNSHINE 19,104 18,072 -5.4% 220,030
11 20 33 MONTANA*HANNAH/CYRUS*MILEY BEST OF BOTH WORLDS CONCERT 21,693 17,616 -18.8% 256,422
15 26 34 ROSS*RICK TRILLA 18,321 17,516 -4.4% 501,556
--- 50 35 BUBLE*MICHAEL TASTE OF BUBLE (WM EXCL) 12,750 17,148 34.5% 29,906
29 37 36 BAREILLES*SARA LITTLE VOICE 14,819 16,978 14.6% 720,999
58 78 37 RASCAL FLATTS STILL FEELS GOOD 9,052 16,776 85.3% 1,921,660
53 48 38 FERNANDEZ*VICENTE PARA SIEMPRE VICENTE FERNANDEZ 12,917 15,987 23.8% 205,661
--- --- 39 TOKIO HOTEL SCREAM 357 15,811 NR 16,171
30 40 40 WINEHOUSE*AMY BACK TO BLACK 14,302 15,322 7.1% 1,937,212
59 83 41 PAISLEY*BRAD 5TH GEAR 8,509 15,008 76.4% 1,000,985
--- 12 42 WINWOOD*STEVE NINE LIVES 26,386 14,953 -43.3% 41,606
45 56 43 ADKINS*TRACE AMERICAN MAN GREATEST HITS... 11,949 14,883 24.6% 362,719
44 57 44 BROOKS*GARTH ULTIMATE HITS 11,662 14,708 26.1% 1,741,237
37 46 45 BLIGE*MARY J. GROWING PAINS 12,998 14,317 10.2% 1,461,850
3 17 46 FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS FLIGHT OF THE CONCHORDS 22,474 14,225 -36.7% 89,069
42 47 47 KID ROCK ROCK N ROLL JESUS 12,946 14,078 8.7% 891,759
16 33 48 LADY ANTEBELLUM LADY ANTEBELLUM 15,774 14,076 -10.8% 95,443
--- --- 49 SHELTON*BLAKE PURE BS 1,188 14,059 NR 286,683
46 62 50 CHESNEY*KENNY JUST WHO I AM: POETS & PIRATES 10,900 13,877 27.3% 1,234,873
21 28 51 JONAS BROTHERS JONAS BROTHERS 17,611 13,741 -22.0% 1,265,920
--- 30 52 MANA ARDE EL CIELO 17,330 13,690 -21.0% 31,403
--- 8 53 MUDCRUTCH MUDCRUTCH 38,189 13,686 -64.2% 52,172
40 52 54 COLE*KEYSHIA JUST LIKE YOU 12,413 13,652 10.0% 1,382,537
17 36 55 R.E.M. ACCELERATE 15,047 13,575 -9.8% 242,343
67 60 56 SAPP*MARVIN THIRSTY 11,269 13,553 20.3% 284,185
5 41 57 ATMOSPHERE WHEN LIFE GIVES YOU LEMONS YOU 14,012 13,493 -3.7% 64,031
79 91 58 MAROON 5 IT WON'T BE SOON BEFORE LONG 7,934 12,837 61.8% 1,818,074
--- --- 59 COSTELLO*ELVIS MOMOFUKU 713 12,672 NR 14,726
66 75 60 UNDERWOOD*CARRIE SOME HEARTS 9,468 12,329 30.2% 6,414,187
--- --- 61 BARENAKED LADIES SNACKTIME 12 12,284 NR 12,298
25 42 62 DANITY KANE WELCOME TO THE DOLLHOUSE 13,861 12,205 -12.0% 464,505
39 54 63 BROWN*CHRIS EXCLUSIVE 12,012 12,179 1.4% 1,512,597
50 70 64 SUGARLAND ENJOY THE RIDE 9,752 11,553 18.5% 2,223,517
34 53 65 HANNAH MONTANA 2: MEET MILEY C SOUNDTRACK 12,110 11,363 -6.2% 3,028,743
65 71 66 EAGLES LONG ROAD OUT OF EDEN 9,539 10,893 14.2% 2,960,228
57 69 67 RIHANNA GOOD GIRL GONE BAD 9,919 10,840 9.3% 1,204,584
49 67 68 PLANT/KRAUSS RAISING SAND 9,987 10,745 7.6% 959,070
48 64 69 LINKIN PARK MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT 10,405 10,734 3.2% 2,393,027
61 72 70 NICKELBACK ALL THE RIGHT REASONS 9,535 10,666 11.9% 6,765,547
27 49 71 FLO RIDA MAIL ON SUNDAY 12,820 10,639 -17.0% 224,686
--- 77 72 GROVES*SARA TELL ME WHAT YOU KNOW 9,335 10,389 11.3% 10,692
33 63 73 PANIC AT THE DISCO PRETTY ODD 10,804 10,357 -4.1% 256,441
75 82 74 RADIOHEAD IN RAINBOWS 8,538 10,298 20.6% 502,866
38 61 75 COUNTING CROWS SATURDAY NIGHTS & SUNDAY MORNI 10,928 10,286 -5.9% 224,437
51 66 76 BUCKCHERRY 15 10,017 10,242 2.3% 1,192,839
--- 21 77 AUGUSTANA CAN'T LOVE CAN'T HURT 21,375 10,222 -52.2% 31,627
32 55 78 RACONTEURS CONSOLERS OF THE LONELY 11,988 10,120 -15.6% 143,829
4 31 79 SIMPSON*ASHLEE BITTERSWEET WORLD 17,145 9,865 -42.5% 74,507
54 73 80 ONEREPUBLIC DREAMING OUT LOUD 9,534 9,782 2.6% 614,341
--- --- 81 FROM FIRST TO LAST FROM FIRST TO LAST 110 9,655 NR 9,765
64 80 82 FERGIE DUTCHESS 8,716 9,386 7.7% 3,599,573
43 76 83 IGLESIAS*ENRIQUE 95/08 EXITOS 9,461 9,372 -0.9% 91,002
88 81 84 SEETHER FINDING BEAUTY IN NEGATIVE SPA 8,686 9,298 7.1% 416,968
68 68 85 THE-DREAM LOVEHATE 9,964 9,285 -6.8% 373,332
60 79 86 PARAMORE RIOT! 8,840 9,016 2.0% 881,437
--- --- 87 GROBAN*JOSH AWAKE 3,159 8,948 183.3% 1,979,621
47 58 88 GNARLS BARKLEY ODD COUPLE 11,592 8,834 -23.8% 152,216
72 88 89 THREE DAYS GRACE ONE-X 8,288 8,801 6.2% 1,209,099
35 65 90 SNOOP DOGG EGO TRIPPIN' 10,170 8,799 -13.5% 310,255
82 87 91 FLYLEAF FLYLEAF 8,293 8,780 5.9% 1,018,366
--- 38 92 ESTELLE SHINE 14,797 8,757 -40.8% 23,625
96 102 93 MAYER*JOHN CONTINUUM 7,001 8,738 24.8% 2,129,907
94 92 94 CASTING CROWNS ALTAR & THE DOOR 7,850 8,635 10.0% 304,864
81 97 95 ONCE SOUNDTRACK 7,429 8,144 9.6% 557,827
10 51 96 VASSAR*PHIL PRAYER OF A COMMON M 12,653 7,972 -37.0% 47,459
70 94 97 ACROSS THE UNIVERSE (DLX) SOUNDTRACK 7,760 7,902 1.8% 495,416
--- 27 98 MINDLESS SELF INDULGENCE IF 17,691 7,815 -55.8% 25,699
101 106 99 WOW HITS WOW HITS 1 6,767 7,751 14.5% 15,645
126 115 100 VARIOUS WOW GOSPEL 2008 6,396 7,648 19.6% 116,492
--- --- 101 P.S. I LOVE YOU SOUNDTRACK 921 7,488 713.0% 84,347
56 84 102 VAMPIRE WEEKEND VAMPIRE WEEKEND 8,410 7,411 -11.9% 209,027
63 89 103 TRINA STILL DA BADDEST 8,179 7,361 -10.0% 102,740
--- 25 104 LIL MAMA VYP-VOICE OF THE YOUNG PEOPLE 18,605 7,331 -60.6% 25,994
85 107 105 AUGUST RUSH SOUNDTRACK 6,696 7,305 9.1% 212,718
113 121 106 LAMBERT*MIRANDA CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND 6,248 7,266 16.3% 408,232
--- 44 107 MCLACHLAN*SARAH VOL. 2-RARITIES B-SIDES & OTHE 13,058 7,233 -44.6% 20,312
92 113 108 CROW*SHERYL DETOURS 6,429 7,226 12.4% 314,834
69 95 109 DEVAUGHN*RAHEEM LOVE BEHIND THE MELODY 7,627 7,059 -7.5% 204,256
78 110 110 FLEX TE QUIERO 6,577 7,037 7.0% 120,667
--- --- 111 LAST SHADOW PUPPETS AGE OF THE UNDERSTATEMENT 456 6,995 NR 8,730
124 141 112 BOCELLI*ANDREA VIVERE LIVE IN TUSCANY 4,833 6,988 44.6% 153,877
145 147 113 MCENTIRE*REBA REBA DUETS 4,766 6,955 45.9% 1,363,232
73 96 114 FIASCO*LUPE LUPE FIASCO'S THE COOL 7,574 6,901 -8.9% 481,491
105 114 115 LED ZEPPELIN MOTHERSHIP 6,404 6,788 6.0% 877,425
--- 74 116 SANTOGOLD SANTOGOLD 9,474 6,715 -29.1% 16,281
55 85 117 RAY J ALL I FEEL 8,375 6,696 -20.1% 79,432
--- 43 118 STACEY*PHIL PHIL STACEY 13,135 6,683 -49.1% 19,667
--- --- 119 MINT CONDITION E-LIFE 56 6,645 NR 6,701
108 128 120 MCGRAW*TIM LET IT GO 5,516 6,577 19.2% 1,384,352
93 105 121 VARIOUS ARTISTS 80'S: NOW THAT'S WHAT I CALL M 6,772 6,547 -3.3% 126,448
86 116 122 BADU*ERYKAH NEW AMERYKAH PART ONE (4TH WOR 6,383 6,537 2.4% 288,669
83 109 123 MORRISON*VAN KEEP IT SIMPLE 6,596 6,514 -1.2% 83,228
100 104 124 PUDDLE OF MUDD FAMOUS 6,887 6,480 -5.9% 238,433
112 117 125 LIFEHOUSE WHO WE ARE 6,324 6,383 0.9% 410,113
122 124 126 WINANS*CECE THY KINGDOM COME 5,894 6,340 7.6% 33,367
84 122 127 JACKSON*JANET DISCIPLINE 6,222 6,263 0.7% 380,691
139 167 128 WOW HITS WOW HITS 2008 4,257 6,175 45.1% 170,633
127 150 129 GABRIEL*JUAN & ANA LOS GABRIEL...CANTAN A MEXICO 4,709 6,043 28.3% 37,200
138 132 130 TURNER*JOSH EVERYTHING IS FINE 5,082 6,012 18.3% 467,704
166 152 131 SAVING ABEL SAVING ABEL 4,635 5,999 29.4% 29,478
18 90 132 STORY OF THE YEAR BLACK SWAN 7,959 5,987 -24.8% 35,088
52 93 133 DAY 26 DAY 26 7,765 5,920 -23.8% 308,105
183 153 134 METRO STATION METRO STATION 4,590 5,851 27.5% 59,273
89 119 135 VEDDER*EDDIE MUSIC FOR THE MOTION PICTURE I 6,270 5,826 -7.1% 340,899
41 85 136 NAKED BROTHERS BAND I DON'T WANT TO GO TO SCHOOL 8,375 5,801 -30.7% 44,474
74 120 137 P.O.D. WHEN ANGELS AND SERPENTS DANCE 6,266 5,787 -7.6% 59,689
184 194 138 DION*CELINE TAKING CHANCES 3,609 5,783 60.2% 982,859
98 123 139 VARIOUS NOW 26 5,915 5,723 -3.3% 1,645,020
71 111 140 BLACK KEYS ATTACK & RELEASE 6,468 5,700 -11.9% 74,131
104 125 141 THEORY OF A DEADMAN SCARS & SOUVENIRS 5,778 5,641 -2.4% 55,819
116 129 142 WEST*KANYE GRADUATION 5,461 5,577 2.1% 2,098,089
76 118 143 ROLLING STONES SHINE A LIGHT 6,317 5,493 -13.0% 84,328
77 101 144 NINE INCH NAILS GHOSTS I-IV 7,129 5,404 -24.2% 70,247
114 126 145 SPEARS*BRITNEY BLACKOUT 5,557 5,403 -2.8% 847,330
142 164 146 SOLIS*MARCO ANTONIO LA MEJOR COLECCION 4,350 5,394 24.0% 262,426
--- 45 147 FOREVER THE SICKEST KIDS UNDERDOG ALMA MATER 13,049 5,281 -59.5% 18,400
173 162 148 FRANKLIN*KIRK FIGHT OF MY LIFE 4,364 5,266 20.7% 254,273
119 127 149 SOULJA BOY TELL'EM SOULJABOYTELLEM.COM 5,545 5,222 -5.8% 895,761
--- 59 150 TESTAMENT FORMATION OF DAMNATION 11,397 5,185 -54.5% 16,741
123 145 151 JAHEIM MAKINGS OF A MAN 4,787 5,158 7.8% 478,738
132 142 152 FINGER ELEVEN THEM VS. YOU VS. ME 4,831 5,108 5.7% 541,807
103 157 153 BEATLES LOVE 4,420 5,085 15.1% 1,751,134
129 139 154 MGMT ORACULAR SPECTACULAR 4,919 5,082 3.3% 73,599
107 173 155 KOOKS KONK 4,070 5,066 24.5% 28,306
137 166 156 URBAN*KEITH GREATEST HITS 4,273 5,036 17.9% 537,195
--- --- 157 VAN BUUREN*ARMIN IMAGINE 48 5,032 NR 5,379
--- 112 158 MCBRIDE*MARTINA MARTINA MCBRIDE: LIVE IN CONCE 6,449 5,026 -22.1% 11,486
157 174 158 MATCHBOX TWENTY EXILE ON MAINSTREAM 3,938 5,026 27.6% 652,902
--- --- 158 IRON MAN SOUNDTRACK 1,593 5,026 215.5% 6,619
--- --- 161 BOCELLI*ANDREA BEST OF ANDREA BOCELLI-VIVERE 3,251 5,019 54.4% 652,880
90 134 162 APOCALYPTICA WORLDS COLLIDE 5,076 4,999 -1.5% 27,487
159 184 163 LEDISI LOST & FOUND 3,732 4,983 33.5% 147,058
149 161 164 AVENGED SEVENFOLD AVENGED SEVENFOLD 4,376 4,887 11.7% 364,374
128 133 165 SIXX:A.M. HEROIN DIARIES SOUNDTRACK 5,078 4,809 -5.3% 209,874
135 156 166 FOO FIGHTERS ECHOES SILENCE PATIENCE & GRAC 4,463 4,774 7.0% 729,459
--- --- 167 TECH N9NE PRESENTS KRIZZ KALIK VITILIGO 23 4,742 NR 4,766
--- --- 168 PARTON*DOLLY BACKWOODS BARBIE 3,470 4,681 34.9% 97,979
167 158 169 ATKINS*RODNEY IF YOU'RE GOING THROUGH HELL 4,405 4,571 3.8% 1,299,930
102 138 170 B-52'S FUNPLEX 4,944 4,556 -7.9% 75,532
141 172 171 ACROSS THE UNIVERSE SOUNDTRACK 4,098 4,554 11.1% 292,935
--- 171 172 GRANT*NATALIE RELENTLESS 4,161 4,543 9.2% 26,066
118 135 173 RADIO DISNEY VOL. 10-KIDS JAMS 4,988 4,523 -9.3% 202,518
130 140 174 SHAWTY LO UNITS IN THE CITY 4,883 4,499 -7.9% 104,769
31 131 175 WEEPIES HIDEAWAY 5,281 4,426 -16.2% 23,484
115 146 176 ATREYU LEAD SAILS PAPER ANCHOR 4,775 4,396 -7.9% 232,668
124 160 177 ENCHANTED SOUNDTRACK 4,385 4,384 0.0% 288,568
181 187 178 ALLAN*GARY LIVING HARD 3,687 4,379 18.8% 343,130
161 188 179 HILLSONG UNITED I HEART REVOLUTION: WITH HEART 3,683 4,252 15.5% 14,529
120 154 180 SWEENY TODD THE DEMON BARBER O SOUNDTRACK 4,550 4,155 -8.7% 278,037
--- --- 181 MORMON TABERNACLE CHOIR CALLED TO SERVE 2,570 4,153 61.6% 21,790
144 170 182 MARIO GO! 4,173 4,144 -0.7% 290,800
95 148 183 VARIOUS SONGS OF THE SIREN 4,754 4,130 -13.1% 24,211
146 181 184 MORRISON*VAN STILL ON TOP-GREATEST HITS 3,771 4,124 9.4% 189,192
62 98 185 WHITESNAKE GOOD TO BE BAD 7,341 4,110 -44.0% 20,528
136 155 186 HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2 SOUNDTRACK 4,522 4,104 -9.2% 3,191,691
--- --- 187 LIL WAYNE WE THE BEST 3,302 4,089 23.8% 20,819
117 149 188 WEBBIE VOL. 2-SAVAGE LIFE 4,751 4,088 -14.0% 180,098
186 --- 189 NAIM*YAEL YAEL NAIM 3,095 4,086 32.0% 78,649
--- --- 190 SLIGH*CHRIS RUNNING BACK TO YOU 37 4,073 NR 2,582
153 182 191 SANTANA ULTIMATE SANTANA 3,762 4,045 7.5% 382,349
--- 143 192 FEIST REMINDER 4,815 3,954 -17.9% 600,244
176 185 193 ROCKO SELF-MADE 3,719 3,936 5.8% 68,942
87 144 194 CHILDREN OF BODOM BLOODDRUNK 4,798 3,902 -18.7% 35,583
193 --- 195 STRAIT*GEORGE 22 MORE HITS 3,378 3,895 15.3% 473,541
--- --- 196 NO AGE NOUNS 74 3,857 NR 3,931
185 199 197 WISIN Y YANDEL WISIN VS YANDEL 'LOS EXTRATERR 3,498 3,820 9.2% 242,754
--- --- 198 BUZZCUTS BUZZCUTS 3,161 3,805 20.4% 40,127
200 --- 199 FERNANDEZ*VICENTE HISTORIA DE UN IDOLO 3,437 3,804 10.7% 274,432
106 --- 200 TOKYO POLICE CLUB ELEPHANT SHELL 3,199 3,790 18.5% 15,992
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