In mid-May of 1988, the smooth-singing, ultra-braided Terence Trent D’Arby was inviting cute girls everywhere to cast a coin into his “Wishing Well,” while Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine professed that they’d do “Anything For You.” Meanwhile, Aerosmith felt … Continued
In this week’s Top 15 on The Pulse, Neon Trees is number one for the second week running, while Bastille’s Pompeii holds fast at number two. This week we have a new top three contender: O.A.R.’s Peace. Meanwhile, let’s take … Continued
Bastille makes a comeback! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
Who listened to Coldplay’s live performance at the Beacon Theatre on Alt Nation? If you did, then full marks! You officially win the Coldplay game. You got to hear Chris Martin utter phrases like, “If only we had the courage to … Continued
In this week’s Baker’s Dozen, there’s just no stopping the Black Keys, who hit the top yet again with their No. 1 ranking single Fever. Meanwhile, Boy & Bear come in at number two with Southern Sun, Ray LaMontange warms … Continued
Before Carly Rae Jepsen, there was Blondie (and music still on MTV…) – and there was no “Maybe” about giving them a call. Call Me tops this week’s Big 40 Countdown, which takes us back to May 1980. Christopher Cross’s … Continued
In this week’s SiriusXMU Download 15, Damon Albarn’s Lonely Press Play takes the number one spot from Jack White’s Lazaretto, which falls to number four. Pixies’ Greens and Blues makes an impressive jump to number two, as does the Tune-Yards’ … Continued
The doctor must be in, because Fever by The Black Keys is back at number one in this week’s Alt 18 countdown! Sleeper Agent’s Waves turns the tide at number two for Grouplove’s Shark Attack, which falls to number three … Continued
Pitbull and Kesha are number one for a 9th time! Find out where your most WutChuWanted songs landed in the Weekend Countdown.
Welcome to another Pulse Top 15 Countdown! This week’s featured ’00s year is 2006, where Daniel Powter’s Bad Day topped the charts in early May. At number two is Natasha Bedingfield’s ubiquitous coming-of-age jam, Unwritten (cue The Hills memories), and … Continued