Post by macprohawaii on Oct 20, 2009 3:15:30 GMT -5
Mel's Weekly Top 20 Week of October 18, 2009.
This Week - Song Title - Artist - Last Week
1. Second Chance (2nd week @ #1) - Shinedown - 1 2. The Other Side - AM - 3 3. Never Forget You - Noisettes - 2 4. People Are Crazy - Billy Currington - 5 5. City On Our Knees - Tobymac - 6 6. Celebration (Album Version) - Madonna - 4 7. Bulletproof - La Roux - 13 8. Heaven Can Wait - We the Kings - 8 9. Say Hey (I Love You) - Michael Franti & Spearhead featuring Cherine Anderson - 10 10. Bourgeois Shangri-La - Miss Li - 12 11. Fallin' For You - Colbie Caillat - 7 12. We Are Golden - Mika - 14 13. Next In Line - Meese - 15 14. Sweet Silver Lining - Kate Voegele - 16 15. All The Right Moves - OneRepublic - 18 16. She's Got a Boyfriend Now - Boys Like Girls - 9 17. Don't Upset The Rhythm (Go Baby Go) - Noisettes - 20 18. I Gotta Feeling - Black Eyed Peas - 11 19. The Golden Age - The Asteroids Galaxy Tour - new 20. I Keep Falling - Lovers and Poets - new
Asteroids Galaxy Tour are back this year with a new single and a new album. Fruit is their new album that has already been released in Europe and will be released in the U.S. on October 27. The first single is "The Golden Age" and features the vocals of lead singer Mette Lindberg as has been with the band's 2 previous hits. She's an acquired taste like perhaps, Stevie Nicks. "The Golden Age" is a catchy song with a wonderful video that I think is one of the best for 2009. "The Golden Age" debuts at #19 on Mel's Weekly Top 20.
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