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Mar 1, 2014

The Weekly TMJ Charts - March 1, 2014

It looks like Vance Joy will not be leaving the top of the charts any time soon as he collects a 4th week at #1 with Riptide. But nothing's written in stone as there's close competition with Left Alone by Flume and Chet Faker returning to its #2 peak after charting for 18 weeks and Cardiac Arrest by Bad Suns being the Greatest Gainer track of week with a jump from #19 to #7. Foster The People also enters the race to the top with Coming Of Age moving up 4 to #8.

The week's highlight in the Songs Chart is also the Highest New entry. Young The Giant makes a strong debut at #14 with Anagram, personally, the best song off their recent release Mind Over Matter. A second album track from the band, Firelight, also enters the chart at #84. Other debuts include Bridges by Broods at #82, Home By Now by Bombay Bicycle Club at #98, Blue Moon by Beck at #99, and Can You Do This by Aloe Blacc at #100.

Young The Giant - Anagram

The Highest Jump of the week belongs to London Grammar whose track Strong moves up 27 spots to #47, while the Power Play track of the week goes to Instant Crush by Daft Punk featuring Julian Casablancas, re-entering to a new peak at #58.

For more, check out TMJ's Weekly Top Chart

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