Timber is back at number one! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
This week on The Pulse‘s 2000s & Today Countdown, we can see that a lot has changed since the year of the iPod. Dido’s soothing Thank You may have topped charts and on-the-go playlists back in 2001, but today, Bastille’s … Continued
After an uproarious five week stint at number one, Behemoth’s Ora Pro Nobis Lucifer gets knocked down a peg by dark horse Carcass with Master Butcher’s Apron in this week’s Liquid Metal countdown. Whitechapel’s The Saw Is The Law follows … Continued
As the Bowling for Soup jam suggests, it’s hard not to be preoccupied with the year 1985. Bruce Springsteen was king. The Breakfast Club had just become a thing. Madonna and Tina Turner reigned supreme as the original divas of … Continued
Bastille makes their number one debut! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Foster The People takes the number one spot from Big Data, who are now at number two. Meanwhile, Magic Man’s Paris is at number three, Bastille’s Bad Blood hangs tight in the top five … Continued
This week on The Highway‘s Hot 45 Countdown, Thomas Rhett rises to the top with Get Me Some Of That (check out the music video below). Meanwhile, Eric Church is at number two with Give Me Back My Hometown, Luke … Continued
In this week’s Big ‘Uns Countdown, Gemini Syndrome’s Stardust pushes Like a Storm’s Love The Way You Hate Me down to the number two spot. Devildriver’s Sail makes its first appearance on the countdown, impressively grabbing the number three spot. … Continued
In this week’s Spectrum Baker’s Dozen, Hozier continues his Number One reign with the all-consuming Take Me To Church. Meanwhile, Beck is at number two with Blue Moon, Vance Joy is number three with Riptide, Marcus Mumford and Oscar Isaac … Continued
In this week’s Alt 18 Countdown, Big Data’s Dangerous takes the top spot for the third week running! Foster The People’s Coming of Age hits the second slot this time around, knocking Magic Man’s Paris to number three. Bastille’s Bad … Continued