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
This week on The Pulse‘s 2000s & Today Countdown, break-up songs rule the roost. In 2008, Daughtry swore It’s Not Over with its official first single, while today, A Great Big World gives up with Say Something. Luckily, Snow Patrol’s … Continued
This week on The Highway‘s Hot 45 Countdown, Eric Church grabs the number one spot with Give Me Back My Hometown. Meanwhile, Thomas Rhett takes number two with Give Me Some Of That, Cole Swindell is at number three with … Continued
This week our Big 40 Countdown brings us back to March 14, 1981 right around the time the ’81 March Madness tournament was underway with Depaul University’s #1 unbeaten team falling to St. Joseph’s University in the 2nd round and when the … Continued
Counting Stars is back at number one! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
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In this week’s Big Uns Countdown, Gemini Syndrome’s hard rock anthem Stardust finally grabs the number one spot. Last week’s reigning champ Love the Way You Hate Me (by Like A Storm) eats its dust at number two, and Starset’s … Continued
Order in the music meeting! On today’s agenda, Schoolboy Q IS the Man of the Year, or at least of the week, grabbing the number one spot after being last week’s number nine! The ultimate hip-hop artist mix comes close … Continued
In this week’s Baker’s Dozen Countdown, Hozier’s Take Me to Church takes the number one spot again while Vance Joy’s Riptide sticks to number two. Beck’s Blue Moon makes an impressive jump to number three. U2’s Ordinary Love advances to … Continued