For a third week, Eminem dominates both the top of the ARIA Singles and Album Charts with his track "Love the Way You Lie" (DL: 1 hold) and its parent album "Recovery". He had done this for two weeks in 2002 (Without Me) and 2003 (Lose Yourself), but now he has done it for a third consecutive week.
So for a fourth week, Enrique Iglesias and Pitbull are happy to say "I Like it" (DL: 2 to 3) to the No.2 spot, now earning a Platinum sales certification. Pitbull also appears on two of the Top 3 singles, as his teaming with Usher charges up seven places from #10 to No.3, it's Usher and Pitbull with "DJ's Got Us Falllin' in Love" (DL: 10 to 2), on track to be another No.1 single for Usher possibly, and Pitbull's first.
With Usher charging through the Top 10 pack, it pushes former No.1 "California Gurls" (DL: 3 to 4) for Katy Perry and Snoop Dogg down one place to No.4, plus Katy debuts at No.13 on the download chart only with her new single “Teenage Dream”. It also pushes down Adam Lambert's "If I Had You" (DL: 5 hold, Phys: 8 to 6) to No.5. Two songs jump into the Top 10, the first being Flo Rida and David Guetta on the #13 to No.6 single "Club Can't Handle Me" (DL: 12 to 8), and also jumping up seven places is Taio Cruz with "Dynamite" (DL: 14 to 6), up to No.7 this week.
Travie McCoy and Bruno Mars drop down two places from being a "Billionaire" (DL: 6 to 7) to No.8, and nose-diving down four places is B.o.B. and Hayley Williams on their "Airplanes" (DL: 4 to 9), now at No.9. Yet again Eminem rounds out the Top 10 at No.10 with "Not Afraid" (DL: 9 to 11), the fourth time that this song has appeared at the No.10 position.
NEW PEAKS: After almost two weeks of promotion around the country, Kylie Minogue's "All the Lovers" (DL: 30 to 14, Phys: 3 to 4) scores a new peak of No.13 this week, thanks to a sixteen place jump. Whilst Taio Cruz lands a Top 10 placing with "Dynamite", his other new track "Dirty Picture" (DL: 24 to 22) is up to a new peak of No.16. After seven weeks of going up and down in the 20-30 section, Cody Simpson this week breaks into the Top 20 at No.19 with his track "iYiYi" (DL: 23 to 19) featuring Flo Rida on guest vocals. With the release and debut at No.2 for the third album by Birds of Tokyo, the albums second single "Plans" (DL: 32 to 24) makes an eight place jump to a new peak of No.24. After charging into the Top 40 last week, Michael Paynter again jumps this week, but only up four places to land at No.29 with "Love the Fall" (DL: 36 to 34, Phys: 1 to 2). Lady Antebellum continue to steadily climb, this week "Need You Now" (DL: 35 to 31) is up to No.32, whilst Angus and Julia Stone re-peak at No.34 with "Big Jet Plane" (DL: 39 to 35), as their album reclimbs the Top 10 albums chart. Last weeks debut for Jason DeRulo's fourth single "What if" (DL: 48 to 36) has been surpassed, as this new track is up twelve places to No.35, whilst his former No.1 "In My Head" sneaks back into the Top 50 at No.50.. Charice and Iyaz are up to No.45 with their track "Pyramid", and breaking into the Top 50 are "This Afternoon" by Nickelback, up thirty-two places to No.46, and The Killers frontman Brandon Flowers is up four places to No.48 with his track "Crossfire".
Below Top 50: 30 Seconds to Mars are in the country for a tour at the moment, which has helped their latest single "Closer to the Edge" to climb thirty-four places to land at No.51, but the biggest climbing single in the Top 100 this week belongs to another tourist, this one on a promotional tour; Ne-Yo, who's new track "Beautiful Monster" is up thirty-six places to No.57. Right behind him at No.58 hitting a new peak is local hip-hop act Bliss N' Eso, who are up sixteen places with their latest single "Down By the River". Mention must also go to Kelly Clarkson's track "Commander", which jumps twenty places to No.68 (HP-61), and Splendour in the Grass headliners Mumford & Sons jump back up seventeen places with their "Little Lion Man" to No.74.
There are only three new entries to the Top 100 this week, all below the #90 point. Soooo the highest new entry of the week goes to Australian dance act The Potbelleez and their new single "Hello", which enters at No.91. It’s the groups fourth charting single, having previously charted with “Don’t Hold Back” (HP-5, peaked Jan 2008), “Are You With Me” (HP-15, peaked August 2008) and “Trouble Trouble” (HP-54, Nov 2008). The four piece are currently working on their second album, which is due in October.
The fourth single from Lady GaGa's "The Monster" version of "The Fame", which jumps back into the Top 10 at No.9 (LW-17), debuts at No.93 entitled "Dance in the Dark", this one sounding very Depeche Mode (circa 1991) with elements of late 80's electro-pop and a Madonna ‘Vogue’ mini-monologue name-drop too. Lady GaGa also retains the longest running Top 100 single crown by spending a 97th week on the charts with "Poker Face", up two places to No.95.
The second single from The Gorillaz "Plastic Beach" album (95 to No.62 this week) debuts at No.96 entitled "On Melancholy Hill". Lead single “Stylo” debuted and peaked at No.48 in early March, and what was supposed to be the second single, “Supafast Jellyfish” has now been moved to be the third single from the album.
Eminem stays for a sixth week at No.1 with his "Recovery" album, one week shy of his seven week stay with 2002's "The Eminem Show". That album stayed at the top for its first six weeks, reclaiming the top spot in its seventeenth week. So if "Recovery" stays atop next week, then it will be Eminem's longest continual run at the top of the albums chart.
For the third time during Eminem's reign, an Australian act debuts at No.2 (Sia and Kylie were the other two), this one being the third album from Birds of Tokyo, their first self-titled, and their first for EMI, plus by debuting so high it automatically becomes their highest placed album, beating the No.3 peak of their 2008 album "Universes". Below is their ARIA Chart performance so far:
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Kylie Minogue's three weeks at No.2 with "Aphrodite" comes to an end as her 11th studio album drops one place to No.3. Splendor in the Grass acts Angus and Julia Stone climb three places to No.4 with their former No.1 "Down the Way", plus another Splendor act, Mumford & Sons, leap sixteen places to No.5 with their former chart topping album "Sigh No More", now up to No.5. One further Splendor act climbs too, that is Florence + The Machine and their album "Lungs", which by moving up one place to No.7 gains a new peak for that album.
Justin Bieber's "My Worlds" is down one place to No.6, and climbing one place to again gain a new peak is Train and their latest album "Save Me, San Francisco". Along with Mumford & Sons, two other acts return to the Top 10, with Lady GaGa's "The Fame Monster" jumping eight places to land back inside the Top 10 at No.9, and Usher's newly repackaged "Raymond V Raymond" comes back in at No.10.
Jason DeRulo climbs nine places to No.17 with his self-titled album, now helped by a fourth Top 40 single in "What if". Climbing to a new peak of No.23 is Lady Antebellum and their set "Need You Now", whilst another Splendor act, John Butler Trio, climb eight places to No.24 with their "April Uprising" album. In anticipation of Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dreams” album at the end of August, her first album “One For the Boys” is back into the Top 50 at No.41, up twenty-one places. And due to their national tour, 30 Seconds to Mars see their album “This is War” also re-enter the Top 50, its up twenty-five places to No.41 this week.
Alaskan four-piece heavy-metal group 36 Crazyfists see their fifth album become their second chart entry in Australia, as they debut at No.47 with “Collisions and Castaways”. Their previous chart effort was with their third album “Rest Inside the Flames” which hit No.53 in June 2006.
New album entries below the Top 50 come in the form of the Soundtracks for the newly released films “Step Up 3D”, in at No.61, and the latest Chris Nolan (Batman/Dark Knight) directed film starring Leonardo DiCaprio, the “Inception” soundtrack debuts at No.67.
The seventh studio album for Sheryl Crow sneaks into the Top 100 at No.95, entitled “100 Miles from Memphis”. The album is a departure from her usual pop/rock sound and is more of a Memphis soul styled album, which has some originals and covers, plus guest vocalists including Justin Timberlake and Keith Richards. It’s her first new chart entry in almost five years, with her sixth album “Detours” not make a dent on our charts in February of 2008. Sheryl’s ARIA album positions have been:
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LOVE THE WAY YOU LIE Eminem Feat. Rihanna ▲
I LIKE IT Enrique Iglesias Feat. Pitbull ▲
DJ GOT US FALLIN' IN LOVE Usher Feat. Pitbull
CALIFORNIA GURLS Katy Perry Feat. Snoop Dogg ▲
IF I HAD YOU Adam Lambert ●
CLUB CAN'T HANDLE ME Flo Rida Feat. David Guetta
DYNAMITE Taio Cruz
BILLIONAIRE Travie McCoy Feat. Bruno Mars
AIRPLANES B.o.B Feat. Hayley Williams ▲
NOT AFRAID Eminem ▲
SMILE Uncle Kracker
OMG Usher Feat. will.i.am ▲ 3
ALL THE LOVERS Kylie Minogue
GETTIN' OVER YOU David Guetta Feat. Chris Willis, Fergie & LMFAO ▲
MY FIRST KISS 3OH!3 Feat. Ke$ha
DIRTY PICTURE Taio Cruz Feat. Ke$ha
WE NO SPEAK AMERICANO Yolanda Be Cool & DCup ▲
DANCE THE WAY I FEEL Ou Est Le Swimming Pool
IYIYI Cody Simpson Feat. Flo Rida
LYING Amy Meredith ●
HEY, SOUL SISTER Train ▲ 3
RIDIN' SOLO Jason Derulo ▲
BREAK YOUR HEART Taio Cruz ▲
PLANS Birds Of Tokyo
THE ONLY EXCEPTION Paramore
YOUR LOVE IS MY DRUG Ke$ha ▲
THIS AIN'T A LOVE SONG Scouting For Girls ●
SOMEBODY TO LOVE Justin Bieber Feat. Usher
LOVE THE FALL Michael Paynter
IF IT'S LOVE Train
BANG BANG BANG Mark Ronson & The Business Intl Feat. Q-Tip & MNDR
NEED YOU NOW Lady Antebellum
CAN'T BE TAMED Miley Cyrus ●
BIG JET PLANE Angus & Julia Stone
WHAT IF Jason Derulo
ALEJANDRO Lady Gaga ▲
WAKA WAKA (THIS TIME FOR AFRICA) Shakira Feat. Freshlyground
Yeah, Holiday. Can't wait for the video. I'm still counting down the days until "Seasons" by "The Verses" is released. It's wierd a 2nd single is already being released since "Want Everything" is still in heavy promotion.
HATED this song at first but I may start to like it . td: iTunes isn't the only digital outlet in Australia. And that's false, Alejandro did climb back into the Top 40 during the last weekend. It also has another version and music video sales. Last edited:
I LOVE ALEJANDRO! It's my favourite Lady GaGa track after Just Dance. Concerned: if Dance In The Dark becomes a hit it may be the first song ever with clean version as bitch is cut out of The Fame Monster album. Last edited:
well, I have to redownload a different game due to me being an idiot, Im gonna be here a while yet then VERY PLEASED to see dance in the dark debut, it might go top 50 next week.. it would be at #50-#40 though Last edited:
Been following the countdown, but I'm studying so I haven't been commenting. I'm stunned that What If jumped so high, I didn't consider it at all for the charts game. I thought it'd be borderline staying in the top fifty. Clearly I was well wrong there.
Four of the remaining peaks are obvious, and the fifth probably is too, but I hope Ou Est can get it ahead of Kylie.
Even though Katy debuted at #20 this week with Teenage Dreams on the US and Canadian charts, the way that Billboard dates the charts, that chart will actually match our chart for next week, if that makes any sense. So bulion's original assumption may well be correct.
Thanks for the radio contribution to the countdown BB and thank you bulion for the Top 100 info since ARIA appears to have forgotten about my subscription renewal and I need the Top 100 placings for my charts.
Man I can't even predict for the week coming using iTunes (this week was an exception), let alone 2 weeks in advance. I personally would prefer Top 20 over 2 weeks in advance. Especially since 2 weeks in adavance doesn't allow for a surprise hit to be predicted (eg I Hate Mondays). Plus it also requires us to be privvy to when a record company is going to let a song chart or not.
I'm up for both. The thing is, for most members, predicting using iTunes is easy... you basically need to copy the iTunes chart and slightly modify it depending on where a song was throughout the week, etc. Top whatever two weeks in advance would actually be a challenge because you wouldn't know of random songs like IHM and TD that are going to bullet up from nowhere, or eligibility. I'm up for challenge rather than widening the relatively simple current task.
Well, if you want it to be challenging, why stop at two weeks in advance? Why not predict four weeks, or four months in advance? I think if we did predict two weeks in advance, we'd all get such low scores that there'd always be a ten-way tie for the win.
I think it's fine the way it is, at the moment we sometimes have two people making the same predictions (especially when Lifter copies me! ) but there's always a huge range of difference throughout everyone. Extending it to top twenty will only increase that, which would be fine.
My predictions for the first week of December, 2010 1. Cooler than Me 2. Yet to be released 3. Yet to be released 4. I Gotta Feeling remake 5. Yet to be released 6. Yet to be released 7. Yet to be released 8. Yet to be released 9. Empire State of Mind due to being in a crap movie 10. Daniel09's song
That's just pointless. Two weeks in advance works well, it's a challenge and it's possible. I don't think there'll be that many ties. Last edited:
392, you still have to predict the title of the song, even if it's yet to be released! Even if it's yet to be written! And I don't the IGF remake will be at #4, it'll probably just be the original. (And Posner won't be #1.)
WOW! OMG! a lot of movement in the Top 50 Singles chart this week! love the chartifacts! Bulion! well written and so interesting to read!
"Alejandro", rebounds to #36!! WTF! OMG! YES! welcome back to the Top 40! unexpected rebound, as it charted from position #40 to #55 on Itunes all week, but i guess that video and sales from other digital outlets helped!
I did notice that "Alejandro" was in the high 30's of the BigPond Digital Track chart, during the past week.
OMG! Kylie Minogue's "All The Lovers", didn't re-peak at #14! what a relief! #13 is a good number!
I was the only one that predicted Uncle Krack's "Smile" would be outside the Top 10!
Flowers "Crossfire", debuts at #48! what fuckin took so long? finally Top 50!
Eminem remains at #1 on the Albums chart, due to the overwhelming success of the 2nd single! Birds of Tokyo nest at #2! ha ha!
I'll be expecting Florence's song "You've Got The Love" to re-enter the Top 50 next week! The album "Lungs" will peak in the Top 5, of the Albums chart, next week! Fantastic live performance on Dancing With The Stars.
Bulion, please confirm if there will be a 2nd Xtina single released in Australia?
1. Love the Way You Lie 2. Teenage Dream 3. Dynamite 4. I Like It 5. Club Can't Handle Me 6. California Gurls 7. DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love 8. If I Had You 9. Billionaire 10. Not Afraid 11. Smile 12. Airplanes 13. Dirty Picture 14. My First Kiss 15. Dance the Way I Feel 16. OMG 17. Plans 18. Gettin' Over You 19. We No Speak Americano 20. If It's Love Last edited:
392414: "Brandon, you've been told 'I Hate Boys' is the second single several times..." - It just sounds so funny when you say it like that "Brandon, you've been told several times" I third that comment though. I second TimK74's comment too.
BackstreetBoysFan745: I fourth that comment, and third timK74's, the race is on
1. Eminem Feat. Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie 2. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream 3. Taio Cruz - Dynamite 4. Flo Rida Feat. David Guetta - Club Can't Handle Me 5. Enrique Iglesias Feat. Pitbull - I Like It 6. Usher Feat. Pitbull - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love 7. Katy Perry Feat. Snoop Dogg - California Gurls 8. Adam Lambert - If I Had You 9. Travie McCoy Feat. Bruno Mars - Billionaire 10. Eminem - Not Afraid
11. B.o.B Feat. Hayley Williams - Airplanes 12. Uncle Kracker - Smile 13. Usher Feat. Will.i.am - OMG 14. Yolanda Be Cool & D Cup - We No Speak Americano 15. David Guetta Feat. Chris Willis, Fergie & LFMAO - Gettin' Over You 16. 3OH!3 Feat. Ke$ha - My First Kiss 17. Cody Simpson Feat. Flo Rida - iYiYi 18. Taio Cruz Feat. Ke$ha - Dirty Picture 19. Où Est Le Swimming Pool? - Dance The Way I Feel 20. Taio Cruz - Break Your Heart
not gonna attempt a prediction but i really hope iyiyi falls off the chart quickly. the kid is not cute and the song is so crap, like it's actually soo bad. i cringe at the thought that preteens actually like this crap!
hope teenage dream can eventually get to number one, although it is probably unlikely.
Innocent Eyes; "19. Où Est Le Swimming Pool? - Dance The Way I Feel" If you were to go and add that accent to the 'u' in 'ou' and add a question mark on the end, wouldn't you change the 'le' to 'la' (I'm pretty sure swimming pools are feminine in French)...
Great comment Hijinx, lol. Upon first hearing of the song, especially due to the high pitched vocals,I would've predicted a peak in the 20's. This song is terrible.
Yep, the 'le' is incorrect grammatically in french as, like you've said', swimming pool is feminine in french (we say 'la piscine').
A grammatically correct name of the band would be 'Où Est La Swimming Pool'. I didn't change it since it's the name of the band. I've put the accent on the 'u' since I'm so used to putting it obviously.
I thought so! As a band name, using the 'le' sounds better, but, if I were them, I'd rather not be bagged for having bad French grammar while voluntarily using a French name (my mum thought they were idiots too, and a friend commented saying "transexual swimming pools")
I'd guess that, reminds me of some "Burds of Tokyo" and "Scouting for Gurls" Last edited:
@ Hijinx, True. I mean look at some of the massive hits of late. Justin Beiber, Amy Merideth. The track is appauling IMO. Her debut album was pretty shitty, apart from 3 or four tracks.
What If by Jason DeRulo will be a slow burning hit I think. It's a massively catchy ballad, and I think it wont peak as high as his other singles, but will have a long charting life.
So many songs these days are great, but just don't get the airplay they need to get a wide audience. "KRISTINIA DEBARGE" had a hit with "Goodbye" last year, and radio never really took to it here. It's my favourite song from last year. "Rogue Traders" new stuff and M.I.A doesn't get enough airplay.
Lady GaGa will leap massively with Dance In The Dark next week IMO, top 20 even. Im still waiting for "Holiday" by "Vanessa Amorosi" and "I Hate Boys" by "Christina Aguilera" to chart.
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I-I-VII-I. "Love the Way You Lie" performed by Marshall Bruce Mathers III and Robyn Rihanna Fenty II-VII-IV-II. "Dynamite" performed by Adetayo Ayowale Onile-Ere III-New-I-III. "Teenage Dream" performed by Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson IV-II-X-II. "I Like It" performed by Enrique Miguel Iglesias Preysler and Armando Christian Pérez V-VI-V-V. "Club Can't Handle Me" performed by Tramar Dillard and David Pierre Guetta VI-III-III-III. "DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love" performed by Usher Raymond IV and Armando Christian Pérez VII-III-XII-I. "California Gurls" performed by Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson and Cordozar Calvin Broadus VIII-V-VII-IV. "If I Had You" performed by Adam Mitchel Lambert IX-VIII-XI-V. "Billionaire" performed by Travis McCoy and Peter Hernandez X-X-XIV-IV. "Not Afraid" performed by Marshall Bruce Mathers III
XI-IX-XIV-II. "Airplanes" performed by Bobby Ray Simmons, Jr. and Hayley Nichole Williams XII-XI-IX-III. "Smile" performed by Matthew Shafer XIII-XII-XVIII-I. "OMG" performed by Usher Raymond IV and William James Adams, Jr. XIV-XV-XII-XIII. "My First Kiss" performed by Nathaniel Motte, Sean Foreman & Kesha Rose Sebert XV-XIV-XVII-V. "Gettin' Over You" performed by David Pierre Guetta, Christopher Willis, Stacy Ann Ferguson, Stefan Gordy and Skyler Gordy XVI-XVI-V-XVI. "Dirty Picture" performed by Adetayo Ayowale Onile-Ere and Kesha Rose Sebert XVII-XVII-XVI-V. "We No Speak Americano" performed by Sylvester Martinez, Johnson Peterson and Duncan MacLennan XVIII-XIX-IX-XVIII. "iYiYi" performed by Cody Simpson and Tramar Dillard XIX-XVIII-XII-XVI. "Dance the Way I Feel" performed by Charles Haddon, Joe Hutchinson, Caan Capan and Anders Kallmark XX-XXIV-V-XX. "Plans" performed by Ian Kenny, Adam Spark, Anthonny Jackson and Adam Weston
1.Eminem Featuring Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie 2.Katy Perry - Teenage Dream 3.Taio Cruz - Dynamite 4.Enrique Iglesias Featuring Pitbull - I Like It 5.Usher Featuring Pitbull - DJ Got Us Falling In Love 6.Flo Rida Featuring David Guetta - Club Can't Handle Me 7.Katy Perry Featuring Snoop Dogg - California Gurls 8.Adam Lambert - If I Had You 9.Travie McCoy Featuring Bruno Mars - Billionaire 10.Uncle Cracker - Smile 11.Eminem - Not Afraid 12.B.o.B Featuring Hayley Williams - Airplanes 13.3OH!3 Featuring Ke$ha - My First Kiss 14.Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance The Way I Feel 15.Taio Cruz Featuring Ke$ha - Dirty Picture 16.Usher Featuring Will.I.Am - OMG 17.Birds Of Tokyo - Plans 18.Train - If It's Love 19.Yolanda Be Cool & Dcup - We No Speak Americano 20.David Guetta & Chris Willis Featuring Fergie & LMFAO - Gettin' Over You Last edited:
1. Eminem & Rihanna - Love the Way You Lie 2. Taio Cruz - Dynamite 3. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream 4. Enrique Iglesias (feat Pitbull) - I Like It 5. Usher (feat Pitbull) - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love 6. Flo Rida (feat David Guetta) - Club Can't Handle Me 7. Katy Perry (feat Snoop Dogg) - California Gurls 8. Adam Lambert - If I Had You 9. Travie McCoy (feat Bruno Mars) - Billionaire 10. Uncle Kracker - Smile 11. Eminem - Not Afraid 12. Taio Cruz (feat Ke$ha) - Dirty Picture 13. B.o.B (feat Hayley Williams) - Airplanes 14. 3OH!3 (feat Ke$ha) - My First Kiss 15. Usher (feat will.i.am) - OMG 16. Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance the Way I Feel 17. David Guetta & Chris Willis (feat Fergie & LMFAO) - Gettin' Over You 18. Birds of Tokyo - Plans 19. Yolanda Be Cool & Dcup - We No Speak Americano 20. Train - If It's Love
Trav, theoretically it's available to everyone, you can find about 10 years worth here nla.gov.au/nla.arc-23790 and you can get the current positions from bulion's posts on Sunday. Sales figures come from http://www.auspop.blogspot.com every Monday under 'Chart Watch'
This site is not the official ARIA site, it's just a forum, with a top 50 charts archive (licensed by ARIA). Similarly to what Hijinx said, the only way to get sales figures is from auspOp, but top 100 positions are periodically uploaded to Pandora and posted by bulion each week. As an ARIA subscriber you can get full charts for all the charts.
1. Love The Way You Lie 2. Dynamite 3. Teenage Dream 4. I Like It 5. Club Can't Handle Me 6. DJ Got Us Fallin In Love 7. If I Had You 8. California Gurls 9. Billionaire 10. Smile 11. Not Afraid 12. Airplanes 13. My First Kiss 14. Dirty Picture 15. Dance The Way I Feel 16. OMG 17. Plans 18. Gettin Over you 19. We No Speak Americano 20. If It's Love
Wow, doing a top 20 was much harder than I thought Last edited:
1. Love The Way You Lie 2. Dynamite 3. Teenage Dream 4. I Like It 5. Club Can't Handle Me 6. DJ Got Us Falling In Love 7. If I had You 8. California Gurls 9. Billionaire 10. Airplanes 11. Not Afraid 12. Smile 13. My First Kiss 14. Dirty Picture 15. OMG 16. Dance The Way I Feel 17. Gettin' Over You' 18. Plans 19. We No Speak Americano 20. If It's Love
1. Love The Way You Lie 2. Teenage Dreams 3. Dynamite 4.DJ's Got Us Falling In Love 5. I Like It 6. Club Can't Handle Me 7. California Gurls 8. If I Had You 9. Billionaire 10. Smile 11. Airplanes 12.Not Afraid 13. My First Kiss 14. Dance The Way I Feel 15. Gettin' Over You 16. Dirty Picture 17. Plans 18. OMG 19. If It's Love 20. We No Speak Americano
1.Love the way you lie 2.Dynamite 3.Teenage Dream 4.I Like It 5.Club Cant Handle Me 6.DJ's Got Us Fallin In Love 7.If I Had You 8.California Gurls 9.Airplanes 10.Smile 11.Dirty Picture 12.Billionaire 13.Not Afraid 14.Plans 15.Dance the way I feel 16.My First Kiss 17.OMG 18.If Its Love 19.Gettin' Over you 20.The only exception
1. Love The Way You Lie 2. Teenage Dream 3. I Like It 4. Dynamite 5. DJ Got Us Fallin In Love 6. Club Can't Handle Me 7. California Girls 8. If I Had You 9. Billiomaire 10. Airplanes 11. Smile 12. Not Afraid 13. Dirty Picture 14. My First Kiss 15. Gettin Over You 16. Plans 17. OMG 18. Dance The Way I Feel 19. We No Speak Americano 20. If It's Love
prediction this week...its harder than i thought, i just gonna try...
1. Eminem Feat. Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie 2. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream 3. Taio Cruz - Dynamite 4. Enrique Iglesias Feat. Pitbull - I Like It 5. Flo Rida Feat. David Guetta - Club Can't Handle Me 6. Usher Feat. Pitbull - DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love 7. Adam Lambert - If I Had You 8. Katy Perry Feat. Snoop Dogg - California Gurls 9. Travie McCoy Feat. Bruno Mars - Billionaire 10. Eminem - Not Afraid
11. B.o.B Feat. Hayley Williams - Airplanes 12. Uncle Kracker - Smile 13. Taio Cruz Feat. Ke$ha - Dirty Picture 14. Ou Est Le Swimming Pool - Dance The Way I Feel 15. Usher Feat. Will.i.am - OMG 16. Birds of Tokyo - Plans 17. 3OH!3 Feat. Ke$ha - My First Kiss 18. David Guetta - Gettin' Over You 19.Train - If It's Love 20. Yolanda Be Cool - We No Speak Americano
I Have been on Aus-Charts.com for a long time but this is my 1st Top 20 Prediction.
1. Love The Way You Lie 2. Teenage Dream 3. Dynamite 4. I Like It 5. Club Can't Handle Me 6. DJ Got Us Fallin In Love 7. California Girls 8. If I Had You 9. Billionaire 10. Airplanes 11. Smile 12. Not Afraid 13. Dirty Picture 14. Gettin Over You 15. OMG 16. Plans 17. My First Kiss 18. Dance The Way I Feel 19. We No Speak Americano 20. If It's Love.
#1. Love the way you lie #2. Dynamite #3. Teenage Dream #4. I Like it #5. DJ got us falling in love #6. Club can't handle me #7. California gurls #8. If i had you #9. Billionaire #10. Smile #11. Airplanes #12. Dirty picture #13. Not Afraid #14. My first kiss #15. OMG #16. Gettin over you #17. Dance the way i feel #18. Plans #19. We no speak americano #20. All the lovers
#1. Love the way you lie #2. Teenage Dream #3. I Like it #4. Dynamite #5. Club can't handle me #6. DJ got us falling in love #7. if i had you #8. California Gurls #9. Billionaire #10. Airplanes #11.Smile #12.Not afraid #13.Dirty picture #14.Gettin over you #15.My first kiss #16. OMG #17. plans #18. Dance the way I feel #19. We no speak americano #20. iyi iyi
1) Love The Way You Lie ........... 11) Not Afraid 2) Teenage Dream ................... 12) Smile 3) Dynamite ............................ 13) My First Kiss 4) I Like It ............................... 14) Dance The Way I Feel 5) Club Can't Handle Me ............ 15) Dirty Picture 6) DJ Got Us Fallin' In Love......... 16) Gettin' Over You 7) If I Had You ......................... 17) Plans 8) California Gurls .................... 18) OMG 9) Billionaire ............................ 19) Iyiyi 10) Airplanes ........................... 20) We No Speak Americano
01.Eminem & Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie (4th Week) 02.Katy Perry - Teenage Dream (New Debut) 03.Enrique Iglesias - I Like It 04.Taio Cruz - Dynamite (New Peak) 05.Flo Rida - Club Can't Handle Me (New Peak) 06.Adam Lamb - If I Had You 07.Usher & Pitbull - DJ GUFIL (New Peak) 08.Katy Perry - California Gurls 09.Travis McCoy - Billionaire 10.B.O.B - Airplanes (sales decline) 11.Uncle Krack - Smile Bitch (sales decline) 12.Eminem - Not Afraid 13.30H!3 & Kesha - My First Kiss (New Peak) 14.David Guetta - Gettin Over You 15.Taio Cruz - Dirty Picture (New Peak) 16.Swimming Pool - Dance The Way I Feel (New Peak) 17.Cody Simpson - Iyiy Iyoyo? WTF? (New Peak) 18.Birds of Tokyo - Plans 19.Usher - OMG! 20.Yolanda Be Cool - Americano
Below the Top 20:
25.Florence & The Machine - You've Got The Love (RE-ENTRY)
26.Micheal Paynter & The Veronicas - Love The Fall (New Peak)
When writing the chartifacts this week, please provide in-depth info about Florence + The Machine, and how they did a promo tour, and a special mention about their first MTV VMA honours!!
I'll be expecting the "Lungs" album to reach a new peak in the Top 5!! "You've Got The Love" is expected to re-enter! please mention that the song was performed live on Dancing With The Stars last Sunday, this caused a digital sales rebound.
If Lady Gaga's "Dance In The Dark" debuts in the Top 50, please clarify that it's the 4th single, and that it's at #10 on the Radio Airplay charts! also mention that she recieved 13 VMA nominations!! and how this is a new record, that no other artist could achieve.
If Eminem remains at #1 on both charts, please mention that he got 8 VMA nominations!! and the global chart positions for his album. Also mention that the "Love The Way You Lie" video clip was released today! yay!
If Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream", debuts this week, please mention when the video is due out?
01.Kylie Minogue - Aphrodite (#1 at last! almost <P>) 02.Eminem - Recovery (upcoming <P>2 status) 03.Florence + The Machine - Lungs (New Peak, sales zoom!!) 04.Lady Gaga - The Fame Monster (sales rebound!!) 05.Usher - Raymond vs Raymond (sales rebound) 06.Train - Save Me, San Francisco (New Peak!! sales surge!) 07.Birds of Tokyo - Self-Titled (sales plunge!) 08.Angus & Julia Stoned - Down The Way (sales are down!) 09.Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More (sales decline) 10.Justin Bieber - My Worlds (sales decline)
It would be good to see Florence peak in the Top 5, after months of waiting, a successful promo tour and VMA nominations news should create a sales surge! Kylie Minogue should peak at #1 soon, due to the 2nd single which is out! <P> please! Sales rebounds for Lady Gaga and Usher, due to more singles being released on radio and digitally. Train should continue it's rise up the Top 10, due to the success of "If It's Love".