Sorry this chart is late, but here goes:
Mel's Weekly Top 20
Week of September 8, 2013.
|This Week||Tiitle||Artist||Last Week|
|1||Roar (2nd Week @ #1!)||Katy Perry||1|
|3||Get Lucky (Radio Edit)||Daft Punk feat. Pharrell Williams||2|
|4||Safe and Sound||Capital Cities||10|
|5||Liquid Lunch||Caro Emerald||6|
|6||Home Again||Elton John||8|
|7||Wake Me Up||Avicii||11|
|8||Best Song Ever||One Direction||4|
|10||There Will Come A Time||Noah & The Whale||12|
|12||Everything Has Changed||Taylor Swift Feat. Ed Sheeran||7|
|13||Lose Yourself To Dance||Daft Punk Feat. Pharrell Williams||19|
|17||Love Me Again||John Newman||13|
|18||Summertime Sadness (Alternative Radio Mix)||Lana Del Rey||--|
|19||Things We Lost In the Fire||Bastille||--|
|20||We Can't Stop||Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox||--|
Katy Perry holds at #1 for a second week with "Roar". The new video also came out on Vevo last week and it is now displayed here. A new album is slated to come out next month I believe.
Ellie Goulding moves up one spot with "Burn" from #3 to #2. Could she go to #1? Stay tuned.
Capital Cities moves from #10 to #4 with "Safe and Sound". Caro Emerald moves into the top 5 with "Liquid Lunch", up from #6 to #5. Knocking on the top 5 is Elton John and "Home Again", moving up from #8 to #6.
Noah and the Whale moves up from #12 to #10 with "There Will Come a Time". Lady Gaga goes from #15 to #11 with "Applause". Daft Punk moves their latest single "Lose Yourself To Dance" up 6 points from #19 to #13 this week, while their recent #1 hit "Get Lucky" hangs in there at #3 again, after falling from last week's #2.
Three songs make their chart debut. At #18 we have Lana Del Ray and her alternative radio version of "Summertime Sadness"; moving into the #19 spot is Bastille's "Things We Lost in the Fire", their follow-up to "Pompeii". Finally at #20 we have this cover version of "We Can't Stop" by Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox. The track is a cover of a Miley Cyrus single that will not be making this chart. This one is better... it's done in a retro sounding, doo-wop style.