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post Mar 12 2008, 12:52 PM
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BILLBOARD HOT DIGITAL SONGS - TOP 50

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-- 01 BUCKLEY*JEFF HALLELUJAH 177824 999 2453 565773
01 02 USHER LOVE IN THIS CLUB 174579 -12 197966 372545
04 03 SPARKS*JORDIN NO AIR 114040 11 102641 595967
03 04 BAREILLES*SARA LOVE SONG 108136 -4 112747 1761060
02 05 FLO RIDA LOW 103706 -12 118053 3224221
05 06 RIHANNA DON'T STOP THE MUSIC 88039 -8 95901 1355166
09 07 CYRUS*MILEY SEE YOU AGAIN 74884 1 74248 918738
08 08 BROWN*CHRIS WITH YOU 73919 -2 75490 1188008
11 09 RAY J FEAT YUNG BERG SEXY CAN I 71742 16 61741 249729
06 10 FLO RIDA ELEVATOR 68027 -27 92624 246294

07 11 JANET FEEDBACK 67204 -17 80964 419985
21 12 LEWIS*LEONA BLEEDING LOVE 59196 47 40249 197363
12 13 FIASCO*LUPE SUPERSTAR 58784 -4 61527 602343
13 14 WEBBIE INDEPENDENT 56048 -4 58505 501173
19 15 LINKIN PARK SHADOW OF THE DAY 53056 22 43591 846329
10 16 BUCKCHERRY SORRY 52703 -18 64639 870503
16 17 SNOOP DOGG SENSUAL SEDUCTION 47771 1 47271 577716
17 18 ONEREPUBLIC STOP AND STARE 47184 2 46287 562535
15 19 KINGSTON*SEAN TAKE YOU THERE 41450 -17 50050 1217125
18 20 TIMBALAND FEAT. ONEREPUBLIC APOLOGIZE 40922 -8 44242 3176934

14 21 JONAS BROTHERS WHEN YOU LOOK ME IN THE EYES 38643 -24 50698 368490
31 22 NAIM*YAEL NEW SOUL 38167 20 31845 481897
22 23 JEAN*WYCLEF FEAT. AKON, LIL SWEETEST GIRL (DOLLAR BILL) 35380 -9 38849 1268770
23 24 SWIFT*TAYLOR TEARDROPS ON MY GUITAR 35304 -6 37504 1526865
28 25 SOULJA BOY TELL'EM YAHHH! 34395 6 32595 239200
25 26 ABDUL*PAULA DANCE LIKE THERE'S NO TOMORROW 34104 -3 35091 150241
26 27 UNDERWOOD*CARRIE ALL-AMERICAN GIRL 33619 -2 34457 276525
24 28 KEYS*ALICIA NO ONE 33145 -9 36491 2453422
33 29 LIFEHOUSE WHATEVER IT TAKES 32131 6 30283 288986
27 30 SPARKS*JORDIN TATTOO 31913 -5 33575 1381470

30 31 CUPID CUPID SHUFFLE 31793 0 31924 410087
32 32 SWIFT*TAYLOR OUR SONG 30739 1 30441 1169023
39 33 MAYER*JOHN SAY 30330 10 27553 311477
42 34 THREE DAYS GRACE NEVER TOO LATE 29291 10 26602 664595
34 35 SOULJA BOY TELL'EM CRANK THAT (SOULJA BOY) 28973 -4 30248 3436481
20 36 HANSARD/IRGLOVA FALLING SLOWLY 27804 -34 42306 123451
29 37 SPEARS*BRITNEY PIECE OF ME 27382 -15 32267 912042
35 38 FINGER ELEVEN PARALYZER 27249 -5 28759 1928653
46 39 CAILLAT*COLBIE REALIZE 26635 10 24150 332486
38 40 MAROON 5 WON'T GO HOME WITHOUT YOU 26443 -4 27557 478093

48 41 CASCADA WHAT HURTS THE MOST 26146 11 23661 283781
41 42 CAILLAT*COLBIE BUBBLY 25239 -6 26984 2299614
97 43 PITBULL ANTHEM 25127 87 13412 165786
37 44 FERGIE CLUMSY 25073 -11 28256 1605719
43 45 BROWN*CHRIS KISS KISS 24513 -7 26332 1961050
36 46 SANTANA FEATURING CHAD KROEGER INTO THE NIGHT 24415 -14 28293 932545
55 47 PANIC AT THE DISCO NINE IN THE AFTERNOON 23735 10 21667 137929
44 48 WEST*KANYE STRONGER 23471 -11 26292 2692291
45 49 ELLIOTT*MISSY CHING-A-LING 23257 -4 24266 123451
40 50 BEDINGFIELD*NATASHA FEATURING LOVE LIKE THIS 23013 -15 27034 1005946

85 73 BEDINGFIELD*NATASHA POCKETFUL OF SUNSHINE 17309 13 15267 143179
-- 110 IGLESIAS*ENRIQUE DO YOU KNOW? (THE PING PONG SO 11662 74 6721 562544
-- 114 BENATAR*PAT LOVE IS A BATTLEFIELD 11408 343 2573 288860
-- 128 LEWIS*BLAKE HOW MANY WORDS 10182 999 390 39846
-- 145 HOUGH*JULIANNE THAT SONG IN MY HEAD 9279 999 1 9280
162 159 SPEARS*BRITNEY BREAK THE ICE 8707 2 8578 89158
-- 172 KAMAKAWIWO'OLE*ISRAEL IZ SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW/WHA 8341 18 7068 1040092
-- 175 ASHANTI WAY THAT I LOVE YOU 8318 76 4731 19824

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post Mar 12 2008, 12:56 PM
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For anyone wondering why Jeff Buckley is No 1, it was performed last week on American Idol by Jason Castro (Tuesday, March 4th, 2008).

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post Mar 12 2008, 03:12 PM
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Woah, American Idol has a BIG effect on the charts ohmy.gif
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post Mar 12 2008, 03:20 PM
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Ah the power of American Idol, I wonder how Jason Castro feels knowing his performance got Jeff Buckely's song to #1 on itunes, and probably a pretty good spot on the hot 100 too. Also yay for Natasha cracking the million sales mark!!! Also im happy Panic At The Disco climbed I love that song. Also im surprised to see Enrique's song, good to see its passed 500k.
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post Mar 12 2008, 05:53 PM
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Will Jeff Buckley even chart on the Hot 100 because it is an old track?
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post Mar 12 2008, 06:21 PM
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QUOTE(gooddelta @ Mar 12 2008, 06:54 PM) *
Will Jeff Buckley even chart on the Hot 100 because it is an old track?

I don't think so! IMO it will chart on the recurrect chart only!
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post Mar 12 2008, 10:36 PM
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Depends if it was removed from the chart because it was going recurrent [e.g. it was on the chart for a long time, Im not sure of the time period, its a year I think, and never fell below 50]. If not then it will re-chart I think, much like Dixie Chicks Not Ready To Make Nice, which fell off the chart at its normal time of release, but re-entered following its Grammy success.
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post Mar 12 2008, 11:04 PM
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QUOTE(Kellyfan06 @ Mar 12 2008, 11:37 PM) *
Depends if it was removed from the chart because it was going recurrent [e.g. it was on the chart for a long time, Im not sure of the time period, its a year I think, and never fell below 50]. If not then it will re-chart I think, much like Dixie Chicks Not Ready To Make Nice, which fell off the chart at its normal time of release, but re-entered following its Grammy success.

It also must be repromoted by the label. If it wasn't, it considered to be recurrent!
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WOW FOR LEONA!!!! biggrin.gif
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QUOTE(flatdeejay @ Mar 12 2008, 11:05 PM) *
It also must be repromoted by the label. If it wasn't, it considered to be recurrent!



Yeah, that is how it goes. There is a rule that when a song falls out of top 50 after being there more than 26 weeks it goes recurrent. It can only return if it achieves enough chart points to re-enter the hot 100 inside top 50 AND it is being currently promoted by a label. But even a song that never even spent a week inside hot 100 can become recurrent and therefore cannot chart without being currently promoted by a label. So, therefore it doesn't matter if an older song has ever charted or not, the only thing that matters is that whether it is getting repromoted by the label or not. Dixie Chicks did re-enter because the song was still being promoted by the label into the adult top 40 and adult contemporary charts. I think nowadays the only two ways to have current promo for an older track is either to send it again to some (or multiple) airplay format or/and release it as a physical single again. If neither happens, as the case is with Hallelujah, the song will not re-enter hot 100. Too bad thou, with those kinda sales it would have probably entered at no 6 and based on its I-Tunes success currently it probably will even increase sales for next week's chart.

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Has Jeff's version of "Hallelujah" ever actually been on the Hot 100?

Congrats to Leona. That song will be in the top-10 in no time. And I'm glad Naim rebounded to #22 because I really enjoy that song.
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QUOTE(JackJones @ Mar 13 2008, 01:21 AM) *
Yeah, that is how it goes. There is a rule that when a song falls out of top 50 after being there more than 26 weeks it goes recurrent. It can only return if it achieves enough chart points to re-enter the hot 100 inside top 50 AND it is being currently promoted by a label. But even a song that never even spent a week inside hot 100 can become recurrent and therefore cannot chart without being currently promoted by a label. So, therefore it doesn't matter if an older song has ever charted or not, the only thing that matters is that whether it is getting repromoted by the label or not. Dixie Chicks did re-enter because the song was still being promoted by the label into the adult top 40 and adult contemporary charts. I think nowadays the only two ways to have current promo for an older track is either to send it again to some (or multiple) airplay format or/and release it as a physical single again. If neither happens, as the case is with Hallelujah, the song will not re-enter hot 100. Too bad thou, with those kinda sales it would have probably entered at no 6 and based on its I-Tunes success currently it probably will even increase sales for next week's chart.

Not 26 but 20 weeks which counts for the whole Hot 100!
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