Mel's Weekly Top 20Week of September 12, 2010
|This Week||Title||Artist||Last Week|
|1||Misery (4th Week @ #1!)||Maroon 5||1|
|3||Fire With Fire||Scissor Sisters||2|
|4||Like We Used to||A Rocket to the Moon||5|
|5||Teenage Dream||Katy Perry||10|
|6||Heavy Feeling||Justine Bennett||4|
|7||Cool My Heels||Nikki Yanofsky||6|
|9||Release Me||The Like||11|
|11||Please Don't Go||Mike Posner||13|
|12||Be My Thrill||The Weepies||15|
|13||I Saw the Rain||Lovers and Poets||16|
|15||MoneyGrabber||Fitz and the Tantrums||17|
|16||A Night Like This||Caro Emerald||7|
|17||Just The Way You Are||Bruno Mars||--|
|18||Jar of Hearts||Christina Perri||8|
|19||Brand New Day (with Tim Myers)||Lindsey Ray||--|
|20||Come Over Love||Anuhea||12|
Two songs make their debut on the top 20 this week. They are "Brand New Day" by Lindsey Ray with Tim Meyers. This song might be familiar to many TV viewers as one of the current themes for a series of TARGET store ads. "Brand New Day" bows in at #19.
The second debut song this week is by Bruno Mars. This guy grew up in Hawaii and started his musical career as a kid impersonating Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. Today he has a nationwide top 10 hit called "Just The Way You Are". It marks its chart appearance here for the first week at #17.
Taylor Swift is this week's fastest moving artist. Her latest countryfied pop hit "Mine" shoots up from #19 to #8 this week, an eleven point leap. Future #1?
Moving into the top 10 is Katy Perry with "Teenage Dream" moving up 5 from #10 to #15. Holding on to #1 for the 4th straight week is Maroon 5 and "Misery"