Friday, October 21, 2016

twostepcub's music chart for October 21, 2016...






Friday's here, and it's time to run down my top 100 tunes from the previous week. "Heathens" from twenty-one pilots spends a fourth week at #1, while the Chainsmokers and Halsey (pictured above) leap into the top ten. Songs from Kings of Leon, Stonebridge, and DJ Gozzi make the biggest jumps (moves of 10+ places highlighted in red), while former big hits from the Red Hot Chili Peppers, The 1975, and Band Of Horses drop out. "I’m not eligible for sainthood but getting through these three debates with Donald has to count as a miracle" - Hillary tonight LOL...

This Week        Song/Artist (last week's position in parentheses)
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1. Heathens - twenty-one pilots (1)
2. All We Ever Knew - The Head and the Heart (2)
3. This Girl - KUNGS vs Cookin' On 3 Burners (7)
4. Cheap Thrills - Sia f/Sean Paul (4)
5. Trouble - Cage The Elephant (6)
6. Closer - The Chainsmokers f/Halsey (12)
7. Good Grief - Bastille (15)
8. Bang Bang - Green Day (13)
9. HandClap - Fitz & The Tantrums (5)
10. Send My Love (To Your New Lover) - Adele (8)
11. Way Down We Go - Kaleo (11)
12. Treat You Better - Shawn Mendes (20)
13. You Look Like I Need A Drink - Justin Moore (3)
14. Can't Stop The Feeling! - Justin Timberlake (14)
15. Cold Water - Major Lazer f/Justin Bieber & MO (19)
16. We Don't Talk Anymore - Charlie Puth f/Selena Gomez (16)
17. Rise - Katy Perry (21)
18. River - Bishop Briggs (10)
19. Different For Girls - Dierks Bentley f/Elle King (9)
20. This Is What You Came For - Calvin Harris f/Rihanna (17)
21. Setting The World On Fire - Kenny Chesney f/Pink (34)
22. Hymn For The Weekend - Coldplay (22)
23. 11 Blocks - Wrabel (23)
24. Dancing On My Own - Calum Scott (28)
25. Move - Luke Bryan (39)
26. Wish I Knew You - The Revivalists (18)
27. Boss - Disclosure (31)
28. Into You - Ariana Grande (24)
29. In Common - Alicia Keys (33)
30. It Don't Hurt Like It Used To - Billy Currington (32)
31. Perfect Illusion - Lady Gaga (43)
32. Ride - twenty-one pilots (30)
33. Make You Miss Me - Sam Hunt (29)
34. White Flag - Joseph (46)
35. Crush - Yuna f/Usher (42)
36. Mama Said - Lukas Graham (36)
37. Peter Pan - Kelsea Ballerini (26)
38. Unsteady - X Ambassadors (38)
39. I Love You Always Forever - Betty Who (49)
40. Permission - RO James (45)
41. Bored To Death - blink-182 (37)
42. Middle Of A Memory - Cole Swindell (52)
43. Don't Let Me Down - The Chainsmokers f/Daya (41)
44. I Know Somebody - LoCash (48)
45. Duele El Corazon - Enrique Iglesias f/Wisin (35)
46. I Met A Girl - William Michael Morgan (51)
47. Lake By The Ocean - Maxwell (47)
48. No Money - Galantis (50)
49. F*ck Your Boyfriend - Ralphi Rosario & Frankie Catalano (59)
50. Starboy - The Weeknd f/Daft Punk (DEBUT)
51. Sit Still, Look Pretty - Daya (56)
52. Teardrops - Dawn Tallman (64)
53. Weekend - Mr. Mig & Gino Caporale f/Angela Devine (53)
54. Still Falling For You - Ellie Goulding (67)
55. You Don't Get Me High Anymore - Phantogram (69)
56. Kids - OneRepublic (66)
57. Just Like Fire - Pink (57)
58. Waste A Moment - Kings Of Leon (86)
59. Fresh Eyes - Andy Grammer (60)
60. What The World Needs Now Is Love - Broadway For Orlando (61)
61. A Little More Summertime - Jason Aldean (71)
62. Hardwired - Metallica (62)
63. Sunshine - Eric Benet (63)
64. Gold - Kiiara (78)
65. Cleopatra - The Lumineers (73)
66. She Sets The City On Fire - Gavin DeGraw (68)
67. Put 'Em High 2016 - Stonebridge f/Therese (87) 
68. Out There - Kristine W. (44)
69. Beautiful Life - DJ Gozzi & Extraordinary Gentlemen f/Jaclyn Walker (84)
70. Rock On - Tucker Beathard (70)
71. Vice - Miranda Lambert (81)
72. Ophelia - The Lumineers (72)
73. Sleep Without You - Brett Young (83)
74. Let Me Love You - DJ Snake f/Justin Bieber (76)
75. I Can't Stop Thinking About You - Sting (82)
76. Tears - Clean Bandit f/Louisa Johnson (54)
77. You Don't Know Love - Olly Murs (65)
78. Hold Back The River - James Bay (79)
79. Song For Another Time - Old Dominion (89)
80. Alone - Marshmello (80)
81. Fabulous - Dirty Disco f/Jeanie Tracy (DEBUT)
82. We Can Make It - Offer Nissim f/Dana International (DEBUT)
83. Take Me Down - The Pretty Reckless (85)
84. In The Name Of Love - Martin Garrix f/Bebe Rexha (88)
85. How I'll Always Be - Tim McGraw (90)
86. Human - Rag N' Bone Man (96)
87. Perfect Strangers - Jonas Blue f/JP Cooper (RE-ENTRY)
88. Say You Won't Let Go - James Arthur (99)
89. Chase You Down - RUNAGROUND (93)
90. Home - Blue October (91)
91. No Limit - Usher f/Young Thug (DEBUT)
92. Livin' The Dream - Drake White (92)
93. Lost On You - LP (97)
94. May We All - Florida Georgia Line f/Tim McGraw (DEBUT)
95. Victory - Karine Hannah (95)
96. Hurts - Emeli Sande (DEBUT)
97. My Way - Calvin Harris (DEBUT)
98. Lovin' Lately - Big & Rich f/Tim McGraw (100)
99. Waiting On You - Tyrese (DEBUT)
100. Blue Ain't Your Color - Keith Urban (DEBUT)

There are nine songs making their debut on my chart this week (highlighted in blue), and if you click on any of them you'll connect to that artist's official website. And here they are on video, after the break...

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Rocketing in all the way up at #50 is Canadian pop/R&B star The Weeknd, with the title track and first single from his upcoming album Starboy. He had two of the top ten hits on my chart last year with "Can't Feel My Face" and "Earned It". On this new one he gets an assist from French electrodance heroes Daft Punk...


Houston DJ/remixing duo Dirty Disco return at #81 with "Fabulous" featuring disco vet Jeanie Tracy...


Right under that at #82 is Israeli A-list DJ Offer Nissim, who recruits the transsexual singer that won the Eurovision Song Contest for their country, Dana International, for "We Can Make It"...


Usher is back at #91 with his former #1 R&B radio hit "No Limit" featuring rapper Young Thug...


Country crossover duo Florida Georgia Line went to #2 on my chart with "H.O.L.Y." this past summer, and now they follow it up at #94 with "May We All", which features Tim McGraw, who now has three songs on my list including his own "How I'll Always Be" and "Lovin' Lately" with Big & Rich...


Scottish songstress Emeli Sande' previews her upcoming Long Live The Angels album with "Hurts" at #96...


Emeli's fellow countryman Calvin Harris slips in at #97 with "My Way", while his "This Is What You Came For" is still in my top-20...(sorry guys, no clip exists for this yet)

"Waiting On You", the third single from actor/singer Tyrese's proclaimed final album Black Rose, enters at #99...


The final newbie at #100 is Keith Urban with the fourth single from his Ripcord album, "Blue Ain't Your Color"...








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