Flo Rida stays at No.1 in Australia for a seventh consecutive week with his fourth No.1 here “Whistle”. It equals the seven week stretch that his second chart-topper “Right Round” (Feb/March/April 2009) achieved from its three runs at the top, and now takes his tally of weeks accumulated at No.1 here to 23 weeks. John Farnham has also achieved a total of 23 weeks at the top from his four No.1 singles (1968/1970/1986/1988) but did it over a twenty-and-a-half year period whereas Flo Rida has done it within four years. And by staying for seven weeks at No.1, “Whistle” becomes the longest running No.1 for 2012 (so far) and the equal fourth longest running No.1 of the decade with Adele’s “Someone Like You” (7 weeks from 27-June-2011).
I’ll talk more about the No.2 debut for Karise Eden with her rendition of “Hallelujah” in The Voice section below, but that debut has pushed last weeks top five tracks down one place each this week. After two weeks at No.2, “Payphone” for Maroon 5 and Wiz Khalifa is back to a fifth (non-consecutive) week at No.3, and Carly Rae Jepsen is at her lowest Top 10 placing ever of No.4 for her former No.1 “Call Me Maybe”, which rose to No.1 in the USA this week. “Back in Time” for Pitbull and “Don’t Wake Me Up” for Chris Brown drop back to No.5 and No.6 respectively after each spending two weeks at their peaks of No.4 and No.5.
“The Fighter” notches up a single chart movement to No.7 for the Gym Class Heroes and Ryan Tedder, a new peak for the track and it swaps places with Ed Sheeran and “Lego House”, down to No.8 this week. After which there are two songs that jump into the Top 10 this week; Rita Ora with “How We Do (Party)” is up eleven places to No.9, her first Top 10 entry, and Nicki Minaj drops to No.11 with “Starships”, but last weeks debut of “Pound the Alarm” leaps twenty-three places to No.10 to become her fifth Top 10 placing.
NEW PEAKS & MOVERS: Katy Perry’s “Wide Awake” climbs a place to a new peak of No.12, but Jay Sean and Pitbull double that by moving up two spots to No.13 with “I’m All Yours”. Coldplay and Rihanna move up four places to No.17 with “Princess of China”, and returning to the Top 20 are Usher with “Scream” (23 to 19) and T-Pain and Ne-Yo on “Turn All the Lights On” (27 to 20). “This is Love” for Will.i.am and Eva Simons jumps up twenty places from last weeks No.42 debut to No.22 this week. Train are touring Australia at the moment, so their former No.13 track “Drive By” turns back around and leaps up twenty-six places to return to the Top 50 at No.25 this week. Up nine places to No.28 are the duo Karmin with “Broken Hearted”, and the last new peak of the week goes to The Black Keys and “Gold on the Ceiling”, up a notch to No.39.
THE VOICE (Episode 9): Judges: - Delta Goodrem only falls two places to No.14 with “Sitting on Top of the World”, and Ricki-Lee drops six places to No.35 with “Do it Like That”. Seal’s “Kiss from a Rose” drops down eleven places to No.63. Contestants: Karise Eden was the last performer on Monday’s show, and the ‘best until last’ policy was true on the night, with her rendition of the Leonard Cohen track “Hallelujah” debuting at No.2 this week, the highest placement for her or any other contestants performance so far on the ARIA Charts. It’s also the first time that the track has appeared in the Top 10, with k.d. Lang’s Logies rendition hitting No.13 in May 2010 (k.d.’s Feb 2010 Winter Olympics version hit No.19). Karise’s No.2 debut has helped some of her older renditions/songs to re-enter or climb back up this week too; “Landslide” (HP-14) is down ten places to No.42, but up twelve places to No.54 is “Nothing’s Real But Love” (HP-9), with the original by Rebecca Ferguson (HP-14) only one place higher at No.53. And returning to the Top 100 this week are her first two entries, “It’s a Man’s Man’s World” (HP-41) at No.67 and “Back in Black” (HP-67) returning at No.86. Also coming back in because of Karise is the Jeff Buckley version of Hallelujah (HP-70) at No.98. The final four contestants in the competition of course score debuts this week, second of which is Sarah De Bono at No.30 with “Here’s Where I Stand”. Sarah is also within the Top 100 with “How Will I Know” (HP-24 to No.51 this week) and “Listen” (HP-13) at No.94. The only male in the top four is Darren Percival and he debuts at No.36 with the Leon Russell song “A Song for You”. Last weeks No.6 debut of “I Believe” drops to No.21 this week, and he is also on the charts with “Wherever I Lay My Hat” (HP-12) at No.80. Last of the final four is Rachael Leahcar who debuts at No.43 with “Nights in White Satin (Notte di Luce)” a mix of the original Moody Blues track with Italian and English lyrics. This is her only chart entry this week, her rendition of “Someone to Watch over Me” (HP-41) drops out of the Top 100. There are a total of nineteen songs performed by the contestants within the Top 100 this week with tracks by former acts such as Diana Rouvas, Ben Hazlewood, Adam Martin, Lakyn Heperi, Fatai V and Brittany Cairns all still charting.
Justin Bieber’s new album “Believe” is out this week, and the fourth single/promotional track from it debuts at No.33 entitled “As Long as You Love Me”. It follows on from last weeks “All Around the World” which entered at No.34 and drops to No.46 this week. Prior to that was “Die in Your Arms” which debuted at No.31 three weeks ago and drops from the Top 100 this week. First track from the album “Boyfriend” is still hanging around, it’s down one to No.29 after twelve weeks within the Top 100 reaching No.5.
Lower 50: Clare Bowditch leaps twenty-nine places to No.61 with “You Make Me Happy”, and another local female singer/songwriter Lisa Mitchell is up eight places to a new peak of No.66 with “Spiritus”. After returning to the Top 100 last week at No.85, Cher Lloyd and Astro with “Want U Back” (HP-69) rises up nine places to No.76. Talking of returnees, Train return with two former entries, “Drops of Jupiter” (HP-5, peaked Sept 2001) is back in at No.88, and their No.1 single “Hey, Soul Sister” (peaked March 2010) returns at No.95. Train also debut with their new single at No.58, entitled “50 Ways to Say Goodbye”.
Dub-step four-piece band Rudimental debut at No.55 with their former UK No.1 single (w/e 9-June 2012, 1 week at No.1) “Feel the Love”, which features guest vocalist John Newman. Whilst another dub-step group Knife Party score a No.97 entry with “Rage Valley”. In between those two sees a No.93 entry for Wiz Khalifa with his new song “Work Hard, Play Hard”.
Missy Higgins holds at No.1 with her third album (and third No.1) “The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle” becoming her second longest running chart-topper, as her second No.1 “On a Clear Night” stayed at the top for a single week in May 2007. But with Justin Bieber’s new album out this week, she might not hold on to the top spot next week, but we’ll have to wait and see.
Missy managed to also hold off two solo Male performers from claiming her No.1 spot, with local singer Xavier Rudd entering at No.2 with his seventh studio album, becoming his highest charting album so far, entitled “Spirit Bird”. It also becomes his fourth consecutive Top 10 album, and his ARIA albums history is listed below…
FOOD IN THE BELLY
DARK SHADES OF BLUE
Usher also debuts with his seventh studio album, this one entitled “Looking 4 Myself”, which enters at No.3. Two singles so far have been lifted from the album; “Climax” which reached No.29 in April, and the current single “Scream” which has so far peaked at No.11 and is at No.19 this week. This new album now becomes Usher’s fifth Top 10 album here, and his ARIA Albums chart history is listed below also…
3a / 25
MY WAY ®
1 / 26
MY WAY ®
3 / 60
HERE I STAND
RAYMOND v RAYMOND
LOOKING 4 MYSELF
With two big debuts within the Top 3, it pushes last weeks top four down two places each, “The Story so Far” for Keith Urban drops two places to No.4, “Up all Night” for One Direction drops to No.5 and “+” for Ed Sheeran is down to No.6. But returning to the Top 10 at No.7 (up four places from last week) are The Black Keys with “El Camino”, helped by the new Top 40 entrant “Gold on the Ceiling”, and it now accumulates sixteen weeks inside the Top 10.
Adele’s “21” notches up a 71st week inside the Top 10, surpassing the tie with P!nk’s “I’m Not Dead” album, which helps it to become the second longest running Top 10 entry for ARIA (1983 to 2012), now sitting behind the 78 weeks notched up by Shania Twain’s “Come on Over” (debuted Nov 1997, Top 10 from April 1998). Next week I will try and give you the overall list of Top 10 albums (1965 to 2012).
Train are touring Australia at the moment, and their current album “California 37” (former peak No.14, April 2012) jumps up fifty-four places to a new peak of No.9. Their former No.8 album “Save Me, San Francisco” (peaked August 2010) jumps back up twenty-two places to No.52. And lastly former tourists Florence + the Machine hold on to the No.10 spot with their No.1 album “Ceremonials”.
NEW PEAKS & MOVERS: Rebecca Ferguson scores a new peak of No.14 for her debut album “Heaven”, up eight places this week. The Bee Gees hold at No.16 and No.17 with the album “The Ultimate Bee Gees” and “The Number Ones” respectively. Kelly Clarkson rises back up seven places to No.26 with her “Stronger” album, and thanks to a new Top 10 entry, Nicki Minaj climbs back up five places to No.31 with her “Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded” album. “Offspring: Music from the Hit Show: Volume 3” leaps sixty-six places to land at No.34 this week, whilst also scoring a new peak is Good Charlotte and their “Greatest Hits” set which rises up four places to No.41. And with her month long tour of Australia starting in Brisbane this past week, Lady GaGa returns to the Top 100 at No.45 with “Born This Way”.
The fifth album for British electro-pop band Hot Chip entitled “In Our Heads” debuts at No.19 to become their third album to chart here, and now highest charting album. Their third album (first to chart here) was “Made in the Dark” (HP-25, 11-Feb 2008) followed exactly two years later by album number four “One Life Stand” (HP-27, 8-Feb 2008).
The eighties fueled soundtrack to the new film “Rock of Ages” debuts at No.33, featuring tracks by Guns N’ Roses, Pat Benatar, Foreigner, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Twisted Sister, Whitesnake and Poison all performed by the films cast which includes Tom Cruise, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Malin Akerman, Alec Baldwin and Russell Brand.
The fifth album for Swedish garage rock band The Hives is their first in five years, and debuts at No.38 entitled “Lex Hives”. The term "Lex Hives" is a phrase derived from the ancient Roman practice of enacting a system or body of laws and accepting them as a standard. This is the group’s fourth charting album here, with their ARIA chart history listed below (one best of and three studio albums)…
YOUR FAVOURITE NEW BAND
1 / 7
TYRANNOSURUS HIVES ®
THE BLACK AND WHITE ALBUM
The final Top 50 entry of the week is the eleventh studio album for Patti Smith entitled “Banga” (taken from the name of Pontius Pilate’s dog in the book ‘The Master and Margarita”). The last studio album to chart in Australia for Patti was 1996’s “Gone Again” which charted here in early 1997, although she did grace our charts in 2002 with her best of. Patti’s Australian album chart history is listed below…
DREAM OF LIFE
LAND (1975 - 2002)
Lower 50: Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu lands both of his albums back within the 51-60 section this week, with his last album “Rrakala” (HP-3) returning at No.51, and his first album “Gurrumul” (HP-3) back in at No.55. Simple Plan’s recent tour helps their current album “Get Your Heart On!” to jump back up thirty-five places to No.59. Adele’s “19” rises back up fourteen places to No.74, and up nineteen places to No.76 are Lady Antebellum and their album “Own the Night”, whilst their first album here “Need You Now” rises back up nine places to No.43 this week. Albums returning to the Top 100 include Sade’s “The Ultimate Collection” at No.83 and “The Essential” for The Dixie Chicks at No.90.
Australian multi-instrumentals/singer/songwriter Jonathan Boulet scores his first ARIA Albums Chart entry with his second album at No.57 entitled “We Keep the Beat, Found the Sound, See the Need, Start the Heart”. Also landing on the charts with their second album is British singer Rumer with “Boys Don’t Cry” at No.63. Her first album “Seasons of My Soul” made it to No.35 in April 2011, and this new albums lead single if entitled “P.F. Sloan”.
The last new entry of the week goes to record producer and DJ born Orlando Higginbottom, but better known as the electronic act Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (TEED), who enters at No.93 with his debut album entitled “Trouble”.
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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.
Karise Eden - Hallelujah (??) Darren Percival - A Song For You (??) Sarah De Bono - Here's To Us (??) Justin Bieber - As Long As You Love Me (#31) Rachael Leahcar - Nights In White Satin (#43) Train - 50 Ways To Say Goodbye (#55) Rudimental - Feel The Love (#60) Major Lazer - Get Free (#95) Wiz Khalifa - Work Hard, Play Hard (#98) Knife Party - Rage Valley (#100)
Predicting album #'s is too hard, and I suspect there are major oversights here
Xavier Rudd - Spirit Bird Usher - Looking 4 Myself Hot Chip - In Our Heads Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs - Trouble The Hives - Lex Hives Jonathan Boulet - We Keep The Beat, Found The Sound, See The Need, Start The Heart
Train - Drive By Sara De Bono - Here's Where I Stand Darren Percival - A Song For You Justin Bieber (feat Big Sean) - As Long As You Love Me Karise Eden - Hallelujah Rachael Leahcar - Nights In White Satin Last edited:
As much as I am enjoying watching it I am glad The Voice is coming to an end because I am not enjoying the performances featuring in the charts every week.
I know we can all predict Karise Eden as deduting high this week but just say she debuts at #1 just with her performance, she can now be known as a #1 artist. I am sure she will be close but hopefully Flo Rida can out sell her.
ARIA really needs to update it charting rules and get with the times because the charts of late are so warped in many ways.
@K8: I'm quite sure ARIA have received some sort of kickback from Universal on it's inclusion of The Voice songs... just how iTunes would have got a kickback from the whole "each download counts as two votes" deal... a very cheap way to exploit an awful TV show IMO
Nothing about this show is revolved around talent sadly, just sales and TV ratings, I highly doubt that these contestants receive any payments from these releases, only ARIA accreditations which as we all know by now is flawed due to their draconian self-indulgent rules
I still live in hope that ARIA does something about it because I can't handle even another season of The Voice raping our poor chart, let alone other TV shows deciding to exploit the situation as well. I don't wanna become an old fuddy-duddy who doesn't follow the charts anymore, but it might happen if this "disease" gets worse.
1. Karise Eden - Hallelujah 2. Karise Eden - Stay With Me Baby 3. Karise Eden - I Was Your Girl 4. Flo Rida - Whistle 5. Chris Brown - Don't Wake Me Up 6. Sarah De Bono - Beautiful 7. Maroon 5 - Payphone 8. Karise Eden - You Won't Let Me 9. Darren Percival - Damage Down 10. Darren Percival - For Once In My Life 11. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 12. Rachael Leahcar - Smile 13. Rachael Leahcar - Shooting Star 14. Pitbull - Back In Time 15. Karise Eden - Landslide 16. Darren Percival - I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) 17. Nicki Minaj - Pound The Alarm 18. Rita Ora - How We Do (Party) 19. Gym Class Heroes - The Fighter 20. Will.I.Am - This Is Love
1. Justin Bieber 2. Missy Higgins 3. Keith Urban - TSSF 4. The Black Keys 5. Xavier Rudd 6. Adele 7. Seal 8. Keith Urban - Get Closer 9. One Direction 10. Usher Last edited:
1. Karise Eden - Stay With Me Baby 2. Karise Eden - Hallelujah 3. Karise Eden - I Was Your Girl 4. Sarah De Bono - Beautiful 5. Flo Rida - Whistle 6. Karise Eden - You Won't Let Me 7. Darren Percival - Damage Down 8. Karise Eden - Nothing's Real But Love 9. Darren Percival - For Once In My Life 10. Maroon 5 Feat. Wiz Khalifa - Payphone
11. Chris Brown - Don't Wake Me Up 12. Karise Eden - Landslide 13. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 14. Nicki Minaj - Pound The Alarm 15. Pitbull - Back In Time 16. Rachael Leahcar - Shooting Star 17. Rachael Leahcar - Smile 18. Karise Eden - It's A Man's World 19. Rita Ora - How We Do (Party) 20. Gym Class Heroes Feat. Ryan Tedder - The Fighter
1. Justin Bieber - Believe 2. Keith Urban - The Story So Far 3. Missy Higgins - The Ol Razzle Dazzle 4. Soundtrack - Rock Of Ages 5. One Direction - Up All Night 6. Ed Sheeran - + 7. The Black Keys - El Camino 8. Seal - Hits 9. Lionel Richie - Tuskegee 10. Usher - Looking 4 Myself
Well, as some of you would know on my ARIA Personal i don't include voice performances and you should all do the same if you hate it that much. But I'm including Karise's winning single.
By the way would Bulion happen to know the chart positions 100-120 because i borrow the top positions of the lower 50 for my personal and if the voice rapes us a little worse next year i may need songs from 100-120
I just mentioned this in The Voice thread but I don't know how many of you actually look at it but I'll post my comment here:
I just wrote an e-mail to ARIA stating my disgust that performances were able to chart.
I have no problem that Karise charts with her winning single as a record deal is what she has won but she had a top 2 hit before she won! Oz Idol and XFactor didn't chart the performances by contestants so the same should be the case with The Voice.
I am glad it's over too. Can't wait for the chart to appear normal again.
I would actually encourage those that agree that the performances should not be eligble in the weekly singles chart to shoot through an e-mail stating exactly that at firstname.lastname@example.org
I doubt it will do much but if they have enough complaints maybe they will look at things differently. After all most people wouldn't give a hoot except for us music and chart lovers.
[1.] HALLELUJAH [2.] STAY WITH ME BABY [3.] I WAS YOUR GIRL [4.] BEAUTIFUL [5.] WHISTLE [6.] YOU WON'T LET ME [7.] DAMAGE DOWN [8.] PAYPHONE [9.] DON'T WAKE ME UP [10.] CALL ME MAYBE
[11.] For Once In My Life [12.] Back In Time [13.] Pound The Alarm [14.] How We Do (Party) [15.] Lego House [16.] Nothing's Real But Love [17.] Shooting Star [18.] Wide Awake [19.] Smile [20.] The Fighter
Singles 1. Karise Eden - Stay With Me Baby 2. Karise Eden - You Won’t Let Me 3. Kairse Eden - I Was Your Girl 4. Karise Eden - Hallelujah 5. Sarah De Bono - Beautiful 6. Kent Ucky - Whistle 7. Chris Brown - Don’t Wake Me Up 8. Darren Percival - Damage Down 9. Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa - Payphone 10. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 11. Darren Percival - For Once In My Life 12. Nicki Minaj - Pound The Alarm 13. Karise Eden - Nothing’s Real But Love 14. Rachael Leahcar - Shooting Star 15. Pitbull - Back In Time 16. Rita Ora - How We Do (Party) 17. Katy Perry - Wide Awake 18. Ed Sheeran - Lego House 19. Ha.R.Ry ft. Eva Simons - This Is Love 20. Gym Class Heroes ft. Ryan Tedder - The Fighter
Albums 1. Justin Biever - Beliebe 2. Keith Urban - The Story So Far 3. Missy Higgins - The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle 4. Ed Sheeran - + 5. Seal - Hits 6. One Direction - Up All Night 7. Usher - Looking For Myself 8. The Black Keys - El Camino 9. Paul Simon - Graceland (25th Anniversary) 10. Adele - 21 Last edited:
1. Karise Eden - Stay With Me Baby 2. Karise Eden - Hallelujah 3. Karise Eden - You Won't Let Me 4. Sarah De Bono - Beautiful 5. Karise Eden - I Was Your Girl 6. Flo Rida - Whistle 7. Chris Brown - Don't Wake Me Up 8. Maroon 5 ft. Wiz Khalifa - Payphone 9. Nicki Minaj - Pound The Alarm 10. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 11. Darren Percival - Damage Down 12. Karise Eden - Nothing's Real But Love 13. Darren Percival - For Once In My Life 14. Rachael Leahcar - Shooting Star 15. Rita Ora - How We Do (Party) 16. Pitbull - Back In Time 17. Ed Sheeran - Lego House 18. Gym Class Heroes ft. Ryan Tedder - The Fighter 19. will.i.am ft. Eva Simons - This Is Love 20. Coldplay ft. Rihanna - Princess of China
1. Justin Bieber 2. Missy Higgins 3. Keith Urban (The Story So Far) 4. Ed Sheeran 5. Usher 6. One Direction 7. Seal 8. Paul Simon 9. 360 10. Adele - 21
#01 -- Karise Eden - Hallelujah. #02 -- Karise Eden - Stay With Me Baby. #03 -- Flo Rida - Whistle. #04 -- Chris Brown - Don't Wake Me Up. #05 -- Sarah De Bono - Beautiful. #06 -- Maroon 5 & Wiz Khalifa - Payphone. #07 -- Karise Eden - You Won't Let Me. #08 -- Karise Eden - I Was Your Girl. #09 -- Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe. #10 -- Darren Percival - Damage Down. #11 -- Pitbull - Back In Time. #12 -- Nicki Minaj - Pound The Alarm. #13 -- Gym Class Heroes & Ryan Tedder -The Fighter. #14 -- Katy Perry - Wide Awake. #15 -- Rita Ora - How We Do (Party). #16 -- Will.I.Am & Eva Simons - This Is Love. #17 -- Karise Eden - Landslide. #18 -- Darren Percival - For Once In My Life. #19 -- Ed Sheeran - Lego House. #20 -- Karise Eden - Nothing's Real But Love. Last edited:
1. Karise - Hallalujah 2. Flo Rida - Whistle 3. Karise - Stay With Me Baby 4. Chris Brown - Don't Wake Me Up 5. Sarah De Bono - Beautiful 6. Maroon 5 - Payphone 7. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 8. Karise - I Was Your Girl 9.. Karise - You Won't Let Me 10. Nicki Minj - Pound The Alarm 11. Darren Percival - Damage Down 12. Pitbull - Back In Time 13. Ed Sheeran - Lego House 14. Rachael Leahcar - Shooting Star 15. Darren - For Once In My Life 16. Rita Ora - How We Do 17. Gym Class Heroes - The Fighter 18. Karise - Nothin's Real But Love 19. Johnny Ruffo - On Top 20. Delta Goodrem - Sitting On Top Of The World
1. Justin Beiber 2. Keith Urban The Story So Far 3. Missy Higgins 4. Usher 5. One Direction 6. Ed Sheeran 7. The Voice Final 24 8. Xavier Rudd 9. Rock Of Ages 10. Seal - Hits Last edited:
1. Karise Eden - Stay With Me Baby 2. Karise Eden - Hallelujah 3. Karise Eden - You Won't Let Me 4. Karise Eden - I Was Your Girl 5. Sarah De Bono - Beautiful 6. Flo Rida - Whistle 7. Darren Percival - Damage Down 8. Karise Eden - Nothing's Real But Love 9. Chris Brown - Don't Wake Me Up 10. Maroon 5 (feat Wizzly) - Payphone 11. Karise Eden - Landslide 12. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 13. Nicki Minaj - Pound The Alarm 14. Pitbull - Back In Time 15. Darren Percival - For Once In My Life 16. Karise Eden - It's A Man's World 17. Rita Ora - How We Do (Party) 18. Gym Class Heroes (feat Ryan Tedder) - The Fighter 19. will.i.am (feat Eva Simons) - This Is Love 20. Ed Sheeran - Lego House
1. Justin Bieber - Believe 2. Keith Urban - The Story So Far 3. Seal - Hits 4. Soundtrack - Rock Of Ages 5. Missy Higgins - The Ol' Razzle Dazzle 6. One Direction - Up All Night 7. Xavier Rudd - Spirit Bird 8. Usher - Looking 4 Myself 9. Ed Sheeran - + 10. The Black Keys - El Camino
1. Karise Eden - Stay with Me Baby 2. Karise Eden - Hallelujah 3. Flo Rida - Whistle 4. Karise Eden - You Won't Let Me 5. Maroon 5 featuring Wiz Khalifa - Payphone 6. Chris Brown - Don't Wake Me Up 7. Karise Eden - I Was Your Girl 8. Nicki Minaj - Pound the Alarm 9. Sarah De Bono - Beautiful 10. Carly Rae Jepsen - Call Me Maybe 11. Pitbull - Back in Time 12. Karise Eden - Nothing's Real But Love 13. Rita Ora - How We Do (Party) 14. Karise Eden - Landslide 15. will.i.am featuring Eva Simons - This Is Love 16. Gym Class Heroes featuring Ryan Tedder - The Fighter 17. Katy Perry - Wide Awake 18. Ed Sheeran - Lego House 19. Coldplay featuring Rihanna - Princess of China 20. James Morrison - I Won't Let You Go