Thursday, June 6, 2013

Mel's Weekly Top 20 - June 2, 2013.

Mel's Weekly Top 20
Week of June 2, 2013.

This WeekTitleArtistLast Week
1 Get Lucky (4th Week @ #1!) Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams 1
2 Blurred Lines [feat. T.I., Pharrell] Robin Thicke 2
3 22 Taylor Swift 3
4 Wagon Wheel Darius Rucker 7
5 Let Her Go Passenger 6
6 Waves Blondfire 10
7 Tangled Up Caro Emerald 4
8 Why Am I the One Fun 8
9 Just Give Me A Reason P!nk featuring Nate Ruess 5
10 When I Was Your Man Bruno Mars 9
11 Sad Angel Fleetwood Mac 15
12 State Of Grace Taylor Swift 12
13 Gentleman Psy 14
14 Get To Me Lady Antebellum 18
15 Boomerang Barenaked Ladies 19
16 Out Of My League Fitz & The Tantrums 11
17 What About Now Bon Jovi 20
18 Change Churchill 13
19 Come & Get It Selena Gomez --
20 Hero Family of the Year --


Daft Punk featuring Pharell Williams holds on to the top spot for the 4th week with their smash hit "Get Lucky". It is the coolest record this side of Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines", which holds at #2 for a 2nd week after jumping from #18 the previous week to the perch it now occupies. Holding also for a 2nd week at #3 is Taylor Swift with her latest single "22" off the Red album. Ms. Swift is the only artist this week to have 2 songs int he top 20, the second of which is "State of Grace" holding at #12 for a 2nd week.

New to the top 5 this week we find Darius Rucker's country-rock hit "Wagon Wheel" rolling into #4, up from #7 of last week. Passenger's "Let Her Go" climbs up one from #6 to #5 this week.

One of my favorite songs on the chart is Blondfire's "Waves" which jumps 4 from #10 to #6. Moving up 4 spots from #15 to #11 we find Fleetwood Mac's comeback single "Sad Angel".

Two songs make their chart debut this week. The first is by Selena Gomez who had a huge #1 hit on the Top 20 back in 2010 with "A Year Without Rain". This time she is on the chart as a solo artist without her backing band on the single "Come & Get It" which checks in for the first week at #19. Right behind her we find Family of the Year's "Hero" debuting at #20. How high these songs go, only time will tell.

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