Sunday, March 6, 2011

Mel's Weekly Top 20 - March 6, 2011

Video: "Your Song" cover by Ellie Goulding, currently #16 on the WT20.

Mel's Weekly Top 20
Week of March 6, 2011.

This WeekTiitleArtistLast Week
1 Down By the Water (4th Week @ #1!) The Decemberists 1
2 Price Tag Jessie J 3
3 Rolling In The Deep Adele 2
4 Hands The Ting Tings 5
5 Little Lion Man Mumford & Sons 6
6 Stereo Love Edward Maya ft. Vika Jigulina 4
7 Cement Slippers Dengue Fever 11
8 Born This Way Lady GaGa 10
9 We R Who We R Ke$ha 7
10 Let's Go (feat. TobyMac) Group 1 Crew 12
11 Pumped Up Kicks Foster the People 13
12 This Is The Stuff Francesca Battistelli 19
13 Rogue Machine (Say That You Need Me) The Daylights 14
14 Raise Your Glass P!nk 8
15 I Just Wanna Run The Downtown Fiction 9
16 Your Song Ellie Goulding 15
17 L.O.V. Fitz & The Tantrums 20
18 On The Floor Jennifer Lopez Feat. Pitbull --
19 Just Can't Get Enough Black Eyed Peas --
20 UBerlin R.E.M. --


The Decemberists hold at #1 for a 4th week with their hit single, "Down By The Water". The track is taken from their latest album, The King Is Dead.

Jessie J moves up another notch from #3 to #2 with "Price Tag". The Ting Tings move back up one from #5 to #4 this week with "Hands". They peaked with this song at #2 a few weeks ago. Showing up for the first time in the Top 5, Mumford & Sons also move up one with "Little Lion Man", at #5.

Breaking into the top 10 this week are Dengue Fever at #7 with "Cement Slippers", and Group 1 Crew with "Let's Go" at #10. Just outside of the top 10 Foster the People move up 2 with "Pumped Up Kicks" at #11 while Francesca Battistelli checks in at #12 with "This is the Stuff", up from last week's debut position of #19.

The 3 new tracks showing up for the first time on the Weekly Top 20 are "On the Floor" by Jennifer Lopez featuring Pitbull at #18, "Just Can't Get Enough" by Black Eyed Peas at #19 and "UBerlin" by R.E.M. at #20.


From 1993 it's 10,000 Maniacs with Natalie Merchant singing the Bruce Springsteen cover of "Because the Night", a song that became popular in 1978 by Patti Smith.

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