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Sep 24, 2012

Digital Charts: PSY & The Killers at #1

This week's digital songs review has the latest pop culture phenomenon rising to the top of the charts as South Korean entertainer PSY flies to #1 with Gangnam Style, a song that has taken the world by storm, topping the download charts in more than 35 countries. Former chart-topper, Carly Rae Jepsen's Call Me Maybe falls to #2 after 4 non-consecutive weeks at #1. P!nk's Blow Me (One Last Kiss) rises to a new peak at #5 and so does Maroon 5's One More Night at #8. This week's debuts include Good Time (#7) by Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen, Your Body (#11) by Christina Aguilera, Don't You Worry Child (#12) by Swedish House Mafia featuring John Martin, Se Vende (#43) by Alejandro Sanz, Beautiful (#50) by Carly Rae Jepsen and Justin Bieber, Blue Velvet (#63) by Lana Del Rey, and Try (#82) by P!nk. The Biggest Jump is The Killers' Runaways which leaps 29 to #26 this week. Go to this chart...

The battle for the Albums chart is aptly won by The Killers with their new release Battle Born rising to the top. Another one of this week's big releases, P!nk's The Truth With Love, manages to climb to #3. David Guetta's recent album re-release, Nothing But The Beat 2.0, falls to #2 after one week at the top. The highest album debut belong to Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music: Cruel Summer compilation at #16, followed by Lindsey Sterling's self-titled debut at (#34), The Spirit Indestructible (#35) by Nelly Furtado, Shields (#37) by Grizzly Bear, Push And Shove (#40) by No Doubt, Bad - 25th Anniversary Edition (#42) by Michael Jackson, and Mirage Rock (#93) by Band Of Horses. Go to this chart...

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