Week five at No.1 for Flo Rida and Sia with "The Wild Ones", and although Flo Rida has spent seven weeks at the top with "Right Round", it was a total accumulated from three runs at the top, (4-1-2), so that makes "Wild Ones" his longest continual run at the top of the ARIA Singles chart.
Gym Class Heroes and Neon Hitch take a massive fifteen place leap from last weeks entry position of No.17 all the way up to No.2 this week, making it the group’s highest charting single, beating the No.4 peak that "Stereo Hearts" (TW-88) reached for three weeks during October of 2011.
360 and Gossling hold at No.3 for a second week with "Boys like You", and dropping two places to No.4 after two broken weeks at No.2 is Laurent Wery and SwiftKid on "Hey Hey Hey (Pop another Bottle)". Also holding their places this week are Coldplay with "Paradise" at No.5 and David Guetta and Nicki Minaj with "Turn Me On". The Black Keys fall three places to No.7 with "Lonely Boy", The Hilltop Hoods and Sia's track "I Love it" is down two places to No.9 and also dropping two places are Simple Plan with "Summer Paradise".
Whitney Houston's passing last Sunday (Saturday in the U.S.) has driven eight of her former hits back into the charts this week. During her charting career from 1985 to her last appearance back in 2002, she notched up thirty Top 100 chart entries, three of those No.1 hits. Her biggest hit from the summer of 1992/93 was the theme to her first film "The Bodyguard", which spent ten straight weeks at the top, and is the highest of her re-entries this week, coming back in at No.8. Below is a list of the songs that re-appear in the Top 100, and for her chart history in Australia, click this link: http://www.australian-charts.com/forum.asp?todo=viewthread&id=38555&pages=
I Will Always Love You HP-1 x 10
I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me) HP-1 x 5
I Have Nothing HP-28
The Greatest Love of All HP-1 x 1
How Will I Know HP-2
Saving All My Love for You HP-20
I'm Every Woman HP-11
Didn't we Almost Have it All HP-27
NEW PEAKS & MOVERS: Qwote and Pitbull move up two places to No.11 this week with "Throw Your Hands Up", and Pit's other current Top 20 track "International Love" climbs one place to a new peak of No.15. One Direction also have two Top 20 entries this week, their former No.7 single "What Makes You Beautiful" is down to No.19, but their new track "One Thing" jumps up fifteen places to No.17. Train is the last new peak of the week, as they climb to No.36 with "Drive By". Adele won six Grammy's last Sunday night in the US, and that has helped her former Top 10 singles to return to the Top 50 this week, with 'Record of the Year', 'Song of the Year' and 'Best Short Form Video' "Rolling in the Deep" jumping back up twenty-two places to No.29 and 'Best Pop Solo Performance' winner "Someone Like You" jumping back up twelve places to No.48.
With Whitney Houston scoring the highest entry of the week, its at No.13 that we see the first NEW entry, with Chris Brown debuting with "Turn Up the Music", which he performed at the Grammy’s ceremony, plus he also enters at No.76 with "Strip" featuring Kevin "K-Mac" McCall. Whilst another current RnB star, Jason DeRulo debuts at No.27 with "Fight for You", the fourth single from his “Future History” album (TW-92), plus it features lyrics from the early 1983 single “Africa” by Toto (HP-5).
Katy Perry is about to release a re-packaged edition of her "Teenage Dream" album, which will feature her new single; "Part of Me", which debuts at No.22 this week and also helped into the chart by her performing it at the Grammy Awards last weekend. And the fourth Top 50 entry of the week comes from New York based band Fun and the track "We Are Young" which comes in at No.41. The Glee version of this song debut at No.49 last week, but leaves the Top 100 this week.
Lower 50: Andy Grammer returned to the Top 100 last week with "Keep Your Head Up", and this week he jumps thirteen places to a new peak of No.53. Up seventeen places to No.55 is the new track for Taio Cruz entitled "Troublemaker". There are re-entries in the lower fifty from Jay-Z and Kanye West with "Ni**as in Paris" at No.87 and "Grenade" from Bruno Mars at No.92.
Like Katy Perry, Nicki Minaj is re-packing her latest album "Pink Friday" (TW-62) to be "Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded", and the first track from the new set is "Starships", which debuts at No.72 this week. And entering at No.100 is British singer Emeli Sande with her second chart entry (first solo) "Next to Me". She is currently charting as guest vocalist on Professor Green's track "Read All About it" (TW-42).
Adele's album "21" won two Grammy's for 'Best Pop Vocal Album' and 'Album of the Year', which helps it to reclaim the No.1 spot on the ARIA Albums chart for a twenty-eighth week. Adele now matches the 28 weeks that the Original Broadway Cast recording of “Hair” achieved during 1969, and she is now one week shy of the most recent record holder, Delta Goodrem’s “Innocent Eyes” which achieved 29 weeks at No.1. Plus she is also back up seventeen places to No.29 with her first album "19".
With Adele returning to the top, it pushes Lana Del Rey to No.2 with "Born to Die", but rising back up one place to No.4 are The Black Keys and their album "El Camino". Leonard Cohen's "Old Ideas" which debuted at No.2 last week drops down three places to No.5 this week.
Coldplay regain three places within the Top 10 with "Mylo Xyloto", back up to No.6, and helped by his current national tour of Australia, Rod Stewart's "Storyteller - The Complete Anthology" is up three places to No.7. 360 holds his position on both the singles and albums chart this week, as his album "Falling and Flying" stays steady at No.8 this week. Skrillex's "Bangarang" EP and Foster the People's "Torches" drop three places each to No.9 and No.10 respectively.
Whitney Houston also affects the albums chart this week with four re-entries and a new entry’ three of those being Greatest Hits collections. Re-entering at No.3 is her 2000 collection "The Greatest Hits", which hits a new peak of No.3, having reached No.8 back in May 2000 upon debut. Whitney's November 2007 compilation "The Ultimate Collection" comes back in at No.12, having previously reached No.24 in March 2010 when she toured Australia. And in early January, Sony released "The Essential", which makes its first appearance on the charts at No.20. Whitney also reappears within the Top 100 at No.33 with "The Bodyguard" soundtrack (HP-1, 5 weeks from January 1993) and her debut album from late 1985, "Whitney Houston" (HP-1x11 weeks from June 1986) re-enters at No.81.
NEW PEAKS & MOVERS: Bruno Mars jumps back up five places to No.11 with his "Doo-Wops and Hooligans" set, and Paul McCartney is up ten places to No.15 to score his second Top 20 album of this century in Australia, having only had the No.14 album from June 2001 "Wingspan - Hits & History" previously up this high. With Pink Floyd's "The Wall" finishing its national tour, they have three albums within the Top 100 this week, with "A Foot in the Door: The Best of" up four places to No.25. They re-enter at No.51 with their classic album "Dark Side of the Moon", and "The Wall" from 1980 is up eight places to No.65. John Denver's "Ultimate Collection" jumps up fourteen places to No.36, and thanks to their national tour, Roxette return to the Top 100 at No.39, plus score a new peak for that album in the process.
As Whitney (again) is the highest entry of the week, it’s The Fray who scores the highest NEW album entry, with their third album "Scars & Stories". Their first album "How to Save a Life" climbed to No.1 in March 2007 and their second "The Fray" debuted and peaked at No.3 in February 2009. This new album has already spawned the No.66 single "Heartbeat".
A new Triple J compilation which is a tribute to Australian music legend Nick Cave entitled "Straight to You - Triple J's Tribute to Nick Cave" debuts at No.32 this week. The radio stations last tribute album was for Paul Kelly which reached No.11 in March 2010.
South African hip-hop group Die Antwoord (Afrikaans for "The Answer") debut at No.38 with their second album "Ten$ion", whilst their first album "$O$" made it to No.53 in February of 2011. Also debuting within the Top 50 is Hillsong United with "LIve in Miami" at No.43, and entering at No.46 is British singer Emeli Sande with her debut album "Our Version of Events", which features the new entry at No.100 on the singles chart, "Next to Me".
Lower 50: With the announcement of her upcoming tour of Australia, Lady GaGa's "Born This Way" rebound up sixteen places to No.52, and jumping up twenty-seven spots to No.54 are il Divo with their latest album "Wicked Game". Lanie Lane's appearance on the TV show 'Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight' this past Wednesday has helped her album "To the Horses" rebound thirty-one places to No.69, and 2xGrammy Winner for Bon Iver's self-titled album rebounds sixteen places to No.79, winning gongs for 'Best New Artist' and 'Best Alternative Music Album'.
Former co-lead singer of The Corrs, Sharon Corr enters at No.67 with 2010 released debut solo album "Dream of You". And debuting at No.83 is English indietronic duo The 2 Bears with their first album "Be Strong". Final new entry of the week is at No.96, the soundtrack to the new Working Dog film "Any Questions for Ben?"
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Legend: DL = Download. VS = Video Single. RT = RingTone. Phys = Physical CD Single. C/D = CD and DVD combo. BR = Blu-Ray. TW = This Week. LW = Last Week. (WA) = Weeks at, HP = Highest Position. WI = Weeks in. W2Pk = Weeks to Peak Position. A = Album. L = Live. C = Compilation. G = Greatest Hits. E = EP / Extended Play. T = Tribute Album R = Remixes. ® = Re-Entry. Tally refers to the overall week the album has accumulated. 82a = refers to the (a) accumulated weeks on the charts.
Bruno Mars - Grenade Bruno Mars - Just The Way You Are Bruno Mars - Marry You Bruno Mars - The Lazy Song Whitney Houston - Didn't We Almost Have It All Whitney Houston - Greatest Love Of All Whitney Houston - How Will I Know Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With Somebody Whitney Houston - I Have Nothing Whitney Houston - Saving All My Love For You
Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music Fun Feat. Janelle Monae - We Are Young Jason Derulo - Fight For You Nicki Minaj - Starships Taylor Swift - Safe & Sound Last edited:
Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music (T20) Katy Perry - Part Of Me (#24) Jason Derulo - Fight For You (#27) Fun. (feat Janelle Monae) - We Are Young (#41) Emeli Sande - Next To Me (#80) San Cisco - Rocket Ship (#98) Mike Posner - Looks Like Sex (#100) (Just so I can enjoy being wrong)
Lets Try Turn Up The Music #9 Part Of Me #23 Fight For You #30 We Are Young #31 Starships #33 Keep Your Head Up #44 (yes, i know it has entered previously) Troublemaker #48 (yes, i know it has entered previously) Mama Do The Hump #55 (yes, i know it has entered previously) Rocket Ship #88 Next To Me #97
Whitney I Will Always Love You #3 (probably 5 though) (yes, i know it has entered previously) I Wanna Dance With Somebody #22 I Have Nothing #39
Top 50 entries: Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You (#6) Chris Brown - Turn Up the Music (#12) Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance with Somebody (#21) Katy Perry - Part of Me (#25) Jason Derulo - Fight for You (#26) Fun. & Janelle Monae - We Are Young (#39) Whitney Houston - I Have Nothing (#43) Taio Cruz - Troublemaker (#48) Andy Grammer - Keep Your Head Up (#49)
Bottom 50 new entries: Nicki Minaj - Starships (#58) San Cisco - Rocket Ship (#91) Emeli Sande - Next to Me (#93)
Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You Whitney Houston - I Wanna Dance With Somebody Whitney Houston - I Have Nothing Adele - Rolling In The Deep Adele - Someone Like You Fun - We Are Young Jason DeRulo - Fight For You Katy Perry - Part Of Me Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music
Andy Grammer missed the top fifty? Hopefully next week.
PRA out! Which means that RITD is finally the oldest song in the top 50! Although I'm no big fan, I'm happy for all the Whitney re-entries, they're certainly better than most of the new entries! I'm amazed Awkward is still in, but I want Rocket Ship to chart At least Mike Posner didn't. Also interesting that Straight To You is charting, I have no idea how well it would have sold.
sam - While ARIA charts did not exist in 1987, they still use the official Australian chart of the time The Kent Reports for statisical purposes. The same thing happened with the older Michael Jackson songs the pre-1988 songs re-entered after his death with weeks and peaks based on the Kent Report. Sometimes you will get old songs appearing as new due to a difference in the catalogue number or being re-issued eg Dancing Queen or the Elvis re-releaeses.
ARIA started using the Kent Music Report charts from April 1983 onwards, with a five year contract to use their info. So the AMR/Kent Reports between April 1983 and the end of June 1988 are also ARIA Chart information.
At least Janelle Monae finally gets a hit after her record company tried so hard to get her one with Tightrope which seemed to have been featured on every movie's soundtrack in the last 3 weeks.
I wasn't familiar with this song until Glee covered it and I must say both are of equal value, but in this case I'm siding slightly with the Glee vocals mainly cause of the connection made with the use of this song on the show. Really surprised it has become a massive hit in the US cause honestly it isn't that great or memorable.
THank goodness she managed to hold onto a spot in the Top 40. Wonder if its #1 status in the US will help it hang around a little longer.
re: Whitney - I'm really noticing how midly successful she actually was in the Australian charts compared to the US. Which just makes the success this week of her songs even more impressive in my book.
Cool to see that I Have Nothing has re-entered to the top 50. It really is one of her underrated songs.
Re: Good Night in NZ. It's selling really high on iTunes. I'm hoping that Part Of Me scored enough sales through the week to keep it off this week, and that Good Night's sales will slowly dwindle away so as to keep it from #1 here. I can't imagine it getting any airplay, it's only so high because the X Factor Final aired last night.
Can't believe Paradise's longevity! But good to see Wild Ones holding at #1 and IWALY re-entering so high. Welcome back to the best of all time!
1. Flo Rida Feat. Sia - Wild Ones 2. Gym Class Heroes Feat. Neon Hitch - Ass Back Home 3. Qwote Feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo - Throw Your Hands up (Dancar Kuduro) 4. 360 Feat. Gossling - Boys Like You 5. Katy Perry - Part Of Me 6. Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music 7. Laurent Wery Feat. SwiftKid & Dev - Hey Hey Hey (Pop Another Bottle) 8. David Guetta Feat. Nicki Minaj - Turn Me On 9. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy 10. Jason Derulo - Fight For You
11. Coldplay - Paradise 12. Hilltop Hoods Feat. Sia - I Love It 13. Nicki Minaj - Starships 14. Drake Feat. Rihanna - Take Care 15. Matt Corby - Into The Flame EP 16. Pitbull Feat. Chris Brown - International Love 17. One Direction - One Thing 18. Bruno Mars - Count On Me 19. Simple Plan Feat. K Naan - Summer Paradise 20. One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful
1. Adele - 21 2. Lana Del Rey - Born To Die 3. Whitney Houston - The Greatest Hits 4. The Black Keys - El Camino 5. Skrillex - Bangarang EP 6. 360 - Falling & Flying 7. Rod Stewart - Storyteller, The Complete Anthology: 1964-1990 8. Bruno Mars - Doo Wops & Hooligans 9. Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto 10. Leonard Cohen - Old Ideas Last edited:
Turning Tables has never flopped as it was never released. As Chris says, the only times it went Top 50 was when it was used on Glee and when it was sung on X Factor. Perhaps it won't get high due to her very strong albums sales but it may have a chance to do better than Rumour Has It IMO. We'll see
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1. Flo Rida featuring Sia - Wild Ones 2. Gym Class Heroes featuring Neon Hitch - Ass Back Home 3. Qwote featuring Pitbull & Lucenzo - Throw Your Hands Up (Dancar Kuduro) 4. 360 featuring Gossling - Boys Like You 5. Katy Perry - Part of Me 6. Chris Brown - Turn Up the Music 7. Laurent Wery featuring Swiftkid & Dev - Hey Hey Hey (Pop Another Bottle) 8. Jason Derulo - Fight for You 9. David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj - Turn Me On 10. Coldplay - Paradise 11. Hilltop Hoods featuring Sia - I Love It 12. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy 13. Drake featuring Rihanna - Take Care 14. Nicki Minaj - Starships 15. Pitbull featuring Chris Brown - International Love 16. Skrillex featuring Sirah - Bangarang 17. Simple Plan featuring K'naan - Summer Paradise 18. Matt Corby - Into the Flame EP 19. Fun. featuring Janelle Monae - We Are Young 20. Timomatic - Set It Off Last edited:
#01: Flo Rida & Sia - Wild Ones. #02: Gym Class Heroes & Neon Hitch - Ass Back Home. #03: 360 & Gossling - Boys Like You. #04: Qwote, Pitbull & Lucenzo - Throw Your Hands Up (Dancar Kuduro). #05: Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music. #06: Katy Perry - Part Of Me. #07: Laurent Wery, Swiftkid & Dev - Hey Hey Hey (Pop Another Bottle). #08: Coldplay - Paradise. #09: Jason Derulo - Fight For You. #10: David Guetta & Nicki Minaj - Turn Me On. #11: Hilltop Hoods & Sia - I Love It. #12: Drake & Rihanna - Take Care. #13: Black Keys - Lonely Boy. #14: Pitbull & Chris Brown - International Love. #15: Skrillex & Sirah - Bangarang. #16: Simple Plan & K'Naan - Summer Paradise. #17: One Direction - One Thing. #18: Nicki Minaj - Starships. #19: Matt Corby - Into The Flame [EP] - Brother. #20: Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You.
[1.] WILD ONES [2.] ASS BACK HOME [3.] THROW YOUR HANDS UP [4.] BOYS LIKE YOU [5.] PART OF ME [6.] TURN UP THE MUSIC [7.] FIGHT FOR YOU [8.] HEY HEY HEY (POP ANOTHER BOTTLE) [9.] TURN ME ON [10.] PARADISE
[11.] I Love It [12.] Lonely Boy [13.] Starships [14.] Take Care [15.] International Love [16.] Into The Flame [17.] Summer Paradise [18.] Bangarang [19.] One Thing [20.] Count On Me
01 Flo Rida & Sia Wild Ones 02 Gym Class Heroes & Neon Hitch Ass Back Home 03 360 & Gossling Boys Like You 04 Qwote, Pitbull & Lucenzo Throw Your Hands Up 05 Chris Brown Turn Up The Music 06 Katy Perry Part Of Me 07 Jason Derulo Fight For You 08 Laurent Wery, Swiftkid & Dev Hey Hey Hey 09 Coldplay Paradise 10 David Guetta & Nicki Minaj Turn Me On11 Hilltop Hoods & Sia I Love It 12 Drake & Rihanna Take Care 13 Black Keys Lonely Boy 14 Pitbull & Chris Brown International Love 15 One Direction One Thing 16 Skrillex Bangarang 17 Simple Plan & K'Naan Summer Paradise 18 Nicki Minaj Starships 19 WE ARE YOUNG fun Feat Janelle Monae 20 WHAT MAKES YOU BEAUTIFUL One Direction Last edited:
Yeah, I am taking a 6 week break from predicting after this
Singles 1. Flo Rida feat. Sia - Wild Ones 2. Gym Class Heroes feat. Neon Hitch - Get Yourself Back Home 3. Lucenzo vs. Qwote feat. Pitbull - Throw Your Hands Up (Danza Kuduro) 4. 360 feat. Gossling - Boys Like You 5. Katy Perry - Part Of Me 6. Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music 7. Laurent Wery feat. SwiftKid & Dev - Hey Hey Hey (Pop Another Bottle) 8. Jason Derulo - Fight For You 9. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj - Turn Me On 10. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy 11. Coldplay - Paradise 12. Hilltop Hoods feat. Sia - I Love It 13. Drake feat. Rihanna - Cake Tare 14. Matt Corby - Into The Flame EP (feat. Brother) 15. Simple Plan feat. K’Naan - Summer Paradise (1 week of Summer left) 16. Pitbull feat. Chris Brown - International Love 17. Skrillex - Lost Boys 18. Bruno Mars - Count On Me 19. Nicki Minaj - Starships 20. One Direction - One Thing
Albums 1. Zhu Zhu Pets (just kidding ) 1. Adele 2. Lana Del Rey 3. The Black Keys 4. Coldplay 5. Leonard Cohen 6. Whitney Houston (GH) 7. Rod Stewart 8. Bruno Mars 9. Paul McCartney 10. 360
1. Wild Ones 2. Ass Back Home 3. Throw Your Hands Up 4. Part Of Me 5. Boys Like You 6. Turn Up The Music 7. Fight For You 8. Hey Hey Hey 9. Turn Me On 10. We Are Young 11. Bangarang 12. I Love It 13. Paradise 14. Starships 15. Take Care 16. One Thing 17. Into The Flames EP 18. Lonely Boy 19. What Makes You Beautiful 20. I Will Always Love You
1. 21 2. Whitney - Greatest Hits 3. Born To Die 4. Mylo Xyloto 5. Rod Stewart 6. The Black Keys 7. Paul McCartney 8. Leonard Cohen 9. Bruno Mars 10. 360
1. Flo Rida feat. Sia - Wild Ones 2. Gym Class Heroes feat. Neon Hitch - Whole Body Back Home 3. Qwote feat. Pitbull & Lucenzo - Throw Your Hands Up 4. 360 feat. Gossling - Boys Like You 5. Katy Perry - Part Of Me 6. Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music 7. Laurent Wery feat. Swiftkid & Dev - Hey Hey Hey 8. Jason Derulo - Fight For You 9. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj - Turn Me On 10. Coldplay - Paradise 11. Hilltop Hoods feat. Sia - I Love It 12. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy 13. Drake feat. Rihanna - Take Care 14. Nicki Minaj - Starships 15. Skrillex feat. Sirah - Bangarang 16. Pitbull feat. Chris Brown - International Love 17. Simple Plan feat. K'naan - Summer Paradise 18. Fun feat. Jannelle Monae - We Are Young 19. Bruno Mars - Count On Me 20. Matt Corby - Into The Flame EP
1. Adele - 21 2. Whitney Houston - Whitney - The Greatest Hits 3. Lana Del Rey - Born To Die 4. The Black Keys - El Camino 5. Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto 6. 360 - Falling & Flying 7. Kelly Clarkson - Stronger 8. One Direction - Up All Night 9. Ed Sheeran - + 10. Bruno Mars - Doo-Wops & Hooligans
1. Flo Rida Featuring Sia - Wild Ones 2. Gym Class Heroes Featuring Neon Hitch - Ass Back Home 3. Qwote Featuring Pitbull - Throw Your Hands Up 4. Katy Perry - Part Of Me 5. 360 Featuring Gossling - Boys Like You 6. Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music 7. Jason Derulo - Fight For You 8. Laurent Wery Featuring Swiftkid - Hey Hey Hey (Pop Another Bottle) 9. David Guetta Featuring Nicki Minaj - Turn Me On 10. Hilltop Hoods Featuring Sia - I Love It
11. Coldplay - Paradise 12. Skrillex Featuring Sirah - Bangarang 13. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy 14. Nicki Minaj - Starships 15. Drake Featuring Rihanna - Take Care 16. Fun Featuring Janelle Monae - We Are Young 17. Pitbull Featuring Chris Brown - International Love 18. Simple Plan - Summer Paradise 19. Matt Corby - Into The Flame EP 20. One Direction - One Thing
1. Flo Rida (feat Sia) - Wild Ones 2. Gym Class Heroes (feat Neon Hitch) - Ass Back Home 3. eww Qwote 4. 360 (feat Gossling) - Boys Like You 5. Katy Perry - Part Of Me 6. Chris Brown - Turn Up The Music 7. Laurent Wery (feat SwiftChild) - Hey Hey Hey 8. Jason Derulo - Fight For You 9. David Guetta (feat Nicki Minaj) - Turn Me On 10. Coldplay - Paradise 11. The Black Keys - Lonely Boy 12. Hilltop Hoods (feat Sia) - I Love It 13. Drake (feat Rihanna) - Take Care 14. Nicki Minaj - Starships 15. Pitbull (feat Chris Brown) - International Love 16. One Direction - One Thing 17. Matt Corby - Into The Flame - EP 18. Skrillex - Bangarang 19. Simple Plan - Summer Paradise 20. Timomatic - Set It Off
1. Adele - 21 2. Whitney Houston - The Greatest Hits 3. Lana Del Rey - Born To Die 4. The Black Keys - El Camino 5. 360 - Falling & Flying 6. Skrillex - Bangarang - EP 7. Coldplay - Mylo Xyloto 8. Rod Stewart - Long Title Again 9. Bruno Mars - Doo Wop Mops 10. One Direction - Up All Night
1. Wild Ones 2. Ass Back Home 3. Throw Your Hands Up 4. Boys Like You 5. Part Of Me 6. Turn Up The Music 7. Fight For You 8. Hey Hey Hey (Pop Another Bottle) 9. Turn Me On 10. Paradise 11. I Love It 12. Take Care 13. Lonely Boy 14. Starships 15. International Love 16. Into The Flame EP 17. Bangarang 18. One Thing 19. Summer Paradise 20. We Are Young