Wednesday, July 31, 2013

We Love the Beatles!



Capitol Records president Alan Livingston poses with the Beatles as they display the gold records for the million selling single "I Want To Hold Your Hand" and the million selling album "Meet The Beatles".


Saturday, July 27, 2013

Casey Kasem's AT40 The 70s (July 27th 2013)

Casey Kasem's AT40
The 70s
Week Ending July 31st 1971

40 - Whatcha See is Whatcha Get - Dramatics
39 - Love Means - Sounds of Sunshine
38 - Wild Horses - The Rolling Stones
37 - Smiling Faces Sometimes - Undisputed Truth
36 - Riders on the Storm - The Doors
35 - Chicago - Graham Nash
34 - If Not For You - Olivia Newton-John
33 - Summer Sand - Dawn
32 - Moon Shadow - Cat Stevens
31 - You've Got a Friend - Roberta Flack and Donny Hathaway
30 - Maybe Tomorrow - Jackson 5
29 - Sweet Hitch-Hiker - Creedance Clearwater Revival
28 - Rings - Cymarron
27 - Funky Naussau Part 1 - The Beginning of the End
26 - Liar - Three Dog Night
25 - Rainy Days and Mondays - The Carpenters
24 - Get It On - Chase
23 - Double Barrel - Dave and Ansil Collins
22 - Love The One You're With - Isley Brothers
21 - She's Not Just Another Woman - Eigth Day
20 - That's The Way I've Always Heard It Should Be - Carly Simon
19 - Signs - Five Man Electrical Band
18 - Hot Pants Part 1 - James Brown
17 - I Don't Want To Do Wrong - Gladys Knight and The Pips
16 - Beginnings - Chicago
15 - Here Comes That Rainy Day Feeling Again - Fortunes
14 - Bring The Boys Home - Freda Payne
13 - Never Ending Song of Love - Delany, Bonnie and Friends
12 - Treat Her Like a Lady - Cornelius Brothers and Sister Rose
11 - Mercy Mercy Me - Marvin  Gaye
10 - What the World Needs Now is Love - Tom Clay
9  -  Sooner or Later - Grass Roots
8  -  Take Me Home, Country Roads - John Denver
7  -  Don't Pull Your Love - Hamilton, Joe Frank and Reynolds
6  -  How Can You Mend a Broken Heart - Bee Gees
5  -  Draggin' The Line - Tommy James
4  -  Mr. Big Stuff - Jean Knight
3  -  It's Too Late - Carole King
2  -  Indian Reservation - The Raiders
1  -  You've Got a Friend - James Taylor
(1 week at #1)

Casey Kasem's AT40 The 80s (07/27/2013)

Casey Kasem's AT40
The 80s
Week Ending August 1st 1981

40 - You're My Girl - Frankie and The Knockouts
39 - Really Wanna Know You - Gary Wright
38 - Stop Draggin' My Heart Around - Stevie Nicks and Tom Petty
37 - Don't Want To Wait Anymore - The Tubes
36 - Love On A Two Way Street - Stacy Lattisaw
35 - Feels So Right - Alabama
34 - Don't Give It Up - Robbie Patton
33 - Rock and Roll Dreams Come Through - Jim Steinman
32 - Double Dutch Bus - Frankie Smith
31 - Fire and Ice - Pat Benatar
30 - Who's Crying Now - Journey
29 - A Woman Needs Love - Ray Parker, Jr. and Raydio
28 - Cool Love - Pablo Cruise
27 - The Breakup Song - The Greg Kihn Band
26 - Modern Girl - Sheena Easton
25 - Medley - Stars on 45
24 - Don't Let Him Go - REO Speedwagon
23 - In The Air Tonight - Phil Collins
22 - Urgent - Foreigner
21 - All Those Years Ago - George Harrison
20 - It's Now or Never - John Schneider
19 - Sweet Baby - Stanley Clarke and George Duke
18 - The Stroke - Billy Squier
17 - Lady (You Bring Me Up) - The Commodores
16 - Touch Me When We're Dancing - The Carpenters
15 - Time - The Alan Parsons Project
14 - Endless Love - Diana Ross and Lionel Richie
13 - No Gettin' Over Me - Ronnie Milsap
12 - Gemini Dream - The Moody Blues
11 - You Make My Dreams Come True - Hall and Oates
10 - Queen of Hearts - Juice Newton
9  -  Hearts - Marty Balin
8  -  Boy From New York City - The Manhattan Transfer
7  -  Bette Davis Eyes - Kim Carnes
6  -  Slow Hand - The Pointer Sisters
5  -  Elvira - The Oak Ridge Boys
4  -  I Don't Need You - Kenny Rogers
3  -  Believe It or Not (Theme From 'Greatest American Hero') - Joey Scarbury
2  -  The One That You Love - Air Supply
1  -  Jessie's Girl - Rick Springfield
(1st of 2 consecutive weeks at #1)


Thursday, July 25, 2013

Billboard Hot 100 and Album Chart (Top 20) 07/27/2013

Billboard Hot 100
Top 20 Singles
Week Ending July 27th 2013

20 - The Other Side - Jason Derulo
19 - Safe and Sound - Capital Cities
18 - I Love It - Icona Pop
17 - I Need Your Love - Calvin Harris w/Ellie Goulding
16 - Just Give Me A Reason - Pink and Nate Ruess
15 - The Way - Ariana Grande w/Mac Miller
14 - Love Somebody - Maroon 5
13 - Clarity - Zedd w/Foxes
12 - Come and Get It - Selena Gomez
11 - Same Love - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis w/Mary Lambert
10 - Cups - Anna Kendrick
9  -  Mirrors - Justin Timberlake
8  -  Holy Grail - Jay Z w/Justin Timberlake
7  -  Treasure - Bruno Mars
6  -  Cruise - Florida Georgia Line w/Nelly
5  -  Can't Hold Us - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis w/Ray Dalton
4  -  Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
3  -  We Can't Stop - Miley Cyrus
2  -  Get Lucky - Daft Punk w/Pharrell Williams
1  -  Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke w/Pharrell and T.I.
(6th consecutive week at #1)




Billboard Album Chart
Top 20
Week Ending July 27th 2013

20 - Forever - Donell Jones
(Debut)
19 - 13 - Black Sabbath
18 - NOW 46 - Various Artist
17 - Rise - Skillet
16 - Hunter Hayes - Hunter Hayes
15 - True Believers - Darius Rucker
14 - Based On A True Story - Blake Shelton
13 - The 20/20 Experience - Justin Timberlake
12 - Pitch Perfect - Soundtrack
11 - Unorthodox Jukebox - Bruno Mars
10 - The Heist - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis
9  -  Random Access Memories - Daft Punk
8  -  Don't Look Down - Skylar Grey
(Debut)
7  -  The Gifted - Wale
6  -  Yeezus - Kanye West
5  -  Night Visions - Imagine Dragons
4  -  Here's To The Good Times - Florida Georgia Line
3  -  Born Sinner - J. Cole
2  -  Ciara - Ciara
(Debut)
1  -  Magna Carta....Holy Grail - Jay Z
(DEBUT)

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Billboard Top 20 Digital Songs (7/20/2013)



Billboard Top 20 Digital Songs
Week Ending July 20th 2013


UK #1 Singles - 1984


UK #1 Singles of 1984



Only You - The Flying Pickets
(5 weeks and carry over from 1984)

Pipes of Peace - Paul McCartney
(2 weeks)

Relax - Frankie Goes To Hollywood
(5 weeks)

99 Red Balloons - Nena
(3 weeks)

Hello - Lionel Richie
(6 weeks)

The Reflex - Duran Duran
(4 weeks)

Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go - Wham!
(2 weeks)

Two Tribes - Frankie Goes To Hollywood
(9 weeks)

Careless Whisper - Wham!
(3 weeks)

I Just Called To Say I Love You - Stevie Wonder
(6 weeks)

Freedom - Wham!
(3 weeks)

I Feel For You - Chaka Khan
(3 weeks)

I Should Have Known Better - Jim Diamond
(1 week)

The Power of Love - Frankie Goes To Hollywood
(1 week)

Do They Know Its Christmas - Band Aid
(5 weeks)
(The Best Selling Single of 1984 and the Best Selling Single of the 1980s in the UK)

Monday, July 15, 2013

Mainstream Rock Top 50 Airplay Chart 07/09/2013

Flashback - America's Top Ten July 24th 1983


America's Top Ten
July 24th 1983


10 - She Works Hard For the Money - Donna Summer
9  -  Stand Back - Stevie Nicks
8  -  Is There Something I Should Know - Duran Duran
7  -  Our House - Madness
6  -  Come Dancing - The Kinks
5  -  Wanna Be Startin' Something - Michael Jackson
4  -  Never Gonna Let You Go - Sergio Mendes
3  -  Flashdance...What a Feeling - Irene Cara
2  -  Electric Avenue - Eddie Grant
1  -  Every Breath You Take - The Police
(3rd of 8 consecutive weeks at #1)

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Billboard Hot Country Singles/Album Charts (07/13/2013)

Billboard Country Chart
Top 20 Singles
Week Ending July 13th 2013

20 - Mama's Broken Heart - Miranda Lambert
19 - Little Bit of Everything - Keith Urban
18 - All Over the Road - Easton Corbin
17 - Round Here - Florida Georgia Line
16 - Get Your Shine One - Florida Georgia Line
15 - Jump Right In - Zac Brown Band
14 - Redneck Crazy - Tyler Farr
13 - Anywhere With You - Jake Owen
12 - See You Again - Carrie Underwood
11 - Hey Pretty Girl - Kip Moore
10 - Done - The Band Perry
9  -  Beat This Summer - Brad Paisley
8  -  Don't Ya - Brett Eldredge
7  -  Highway Don't Care - Tim McGraw and Taylor Swift
6  -  Runnin' Outta Moonlight - Randy Houser
5  -  Wagon Wheel - Darius Rucker
4  -  Crash My Party - Luke Bryan
3  -  I Want Crazy - Hunter Hayes
2  -  Boys' Round Here - Blake Shelton
1  -  Cruise - Florida Georgia Line
(18th non consecutive week at #1)


Billboard Country Chart
Top 20 Albums
Week Ending July 13th 2013

20 - Two Lanes of Freedom - Tim McGraw
19 - Spring Break...Here To Party - Luke Bryan
18 - Chief - Eric Church
17 - Wheelhouse - Brad Paisley
16 - Same Trailer Different Park - Kacey Musgraves
15 - Tornado - Little Big Town
14 - Tailgates and Tanlines - Luke Bryan
13 - Night Train - Jason Aldean
12 - Pioneer - The Band Perry
11 - Annie Up - Pistol Annies
10 - Life On A Rock - Kenny Chesney
9  -  Love Is Everything - George Strait
8  -  Mud Digger 4 - Various Artists
7  -  Red - Taylor Swift
6  -  Golden - Lady Antebellum
5  -  NOW Country Vol 6 - Various Artist
4  -  Hunter Hayes - Hunter Hayes
3  -  True Believers - Darius Rucker
2  -  Based On A True Story - Blake Shelton
1  -  Here's To The Good Times - Florida Georgia Line
(3rd non consecutive week at #1)

No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Cruise"  Tyler Hubbard, Brian Kelley, Joey Moi, Chase Rice, Jesse Rice3:29
2."Round Here"  Rodney ClawsonChris TompkinsThomas Rhett3:35
3."Get Your Shine On"  Hubbard, Kelley, Clawson, Tompkins3:42
4."Here's to the Good Times"  Clawson, Tompkins, Lynn Hutton4:10
5."It'z Just What We Do"  Hubbard, Kelley, Clawson3:38
6."Stay"  Moi, John Fred Young, Chris Robertson, Jon Lawhon, Ben Wells3:19
7."Hell Raisin' Heat of the Summer"  Clawson, Tompkins, Craig Wiseman3:33
8."Tell Me How You Like It"  Hubbard, Kelley, Tompkins3:46
9."Tip It Back"  Hubbard, Kelley, Clawson3:44
10."Dayum, Baby" (featuring Sarah Buxton)Hubbard, Kelley, Clawson, David Lee Murphy3:25
11."Party People"  Luke LairdShane McAnally, J. T. Harding3:39
Total length:
40:00


Saturday, July 13, 2013

Casey Kasem's AT40 the 80s (July 13th and 14th)

Casey Kasem's AT40
The 80s
Week Ending July 12th 1980

40 - Make A Little Magic - The Dirt Band
39 - Jo Jo - Boz Scaggs
38 - King of the Hill - Rick Pinette and Oak
37 - Old-Fashioned Love - The Commodores
36 - Into the Night - Benny Mardones
35 - Take a Little Rhythm - Ali Thompson
34 - Walks Like a Lady - Journey
33 - Call Me - Blondie
32 - Don't Fall In Love With a Dreamer - Kenny Rogers and Kim Carnes
31 - Let My Love Open The Door - Pete Townsend
30 - Should've Never Let You Go - Neil and Dara Sedaka
29 - Cars - Gary Numan
28 - Stand By Me - Mickey Gilley
27 - Misunderstanding - Genesis
26 - Sailing - Christopher Cross
25 - Empire Strikes Back - Meco
24 - She's Out of My Life - Michael Jackson
23 - All Night Long - Joe Walsh
22 - Emotional Rescue - Rolling Stones
21 - Love The World Away - Kenny Rogers
20 - Gimme Some Lovin' - The Blues Brothers
19 - Take Your Time - The S.O.S Band
18 - Biggest Part of Me - Ambrosia
17 - More Love - Kim Carnes
16 - I'm Alive - ELO
15 - In America - Charlie Daniels Band
14 - One Fine Day - Carole King
13 - Tired of Toein' the Line - Rocky Burnette
12 - Against The Wind - Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band
11 - Shining Star - Manhattans
10 - Let Me Love You Tonight - Pure Prairie League
9  -  Let's Get Serious - Jermaine Jackson
8  -  Magic - Olivia Newton-John
7  -  Funky Town - Lipps Inc
6  -  Steal Away - Robbie Dupree
5  -  Cupid/I've Loved You for a Long Time - The Spinners
4  -  Little Jeannie - Elton John
3  -  The Rose - Bette Middler
2  -  It's Still Rock and Roll To Me - Billy Joel
1  -  Coming Up (Live at Glasgow) - Paul McCartney
(3rd of 3 consecutive weeks at #1)



#1 Album 07/12/1980

Glass Houses - Billy Joel
(5th of 6 consecutive weeks at #1)

All songs written by Billy Joel.
Side one
  1. "You May Be Right" – 4:15
  2. "Sometimes a Fantasy" – 3:40
  3. "Don't Ask Me Why" – 2:59
  4. "It's Still Rock and Roll to Me" – 2:57
  5. "All for Leyna" – 4:15
Side two
  1. "I Don't Want to Be Alone" – 3:57
  2. "Sleeping with the Television On" – 3:02
  3. "C'├ętait Toi (You Were the One)" – 3:25
  4. "Close to the Borderline" – 3:47
  5. "Through the Long Night" – 2:43

Friday, July 12, 2013

Casey Kasem's AT40 The 70s July 14th 2013

Casey Kasem's AT40
The 70s
Week Ending July 12th 1975

40 - Sweet Emotion - Aerosmith
39 - Just a Little Bit of You - Michael Jackson
38 - At Seventeen - Janis Ian
37 - Thank God, I'm A Country Boy - John Denver
36 - Fight The Power - Isley Brothers
35 - Spirit of the Boogie - Kool and the Gang
34 - Mornin' Beautiful - Tony Orlando and Dawn
33 - Take Me In Your Arms - Doobie Brothers
32 - Disco Queen - Hot Chocolate
31 - It's All Down To Goodnight Vienna - Ringo Starr
30 - Cut the Cake - Average White Band
29 - Sister Golden Hair - America
28 - Slippery When Wet - The Commodores
27 - Hey You - BTO
26 - Every Time You Touch Me (I Get High) - Charlie Rich
25 - Someone Saved My Life Tonight - Elton John
24 - Get Down, Get Down - Joe Simon
23 - Only Women - Alice Cooper
22 - Jive Talkin' - Bee Gees
21 - Rockford  Files Theme - Mike Post
20 - Rhinestone Cowboy - Glen Campbell
19 - I'm On Fire - Dwight Twilley Band
18 - I'm Not Lisa - Jessi Colter
17 - Why Can't We Be Friends - War
16 - Dynomite - Tony Camillo's Bazuka
15 - Midnight Blue - Melissa Manchester
14 - Misty - Ray Stevens
13 - The Way We Were - Gladys Knight and The Pips
12 - Love Won't Let Me Wait - Major Harris
11 - Rockin' Chair - Gwen McCrae
10 - I'm Not In Love - 10cc
9  -  When Will I Be Loved - Linda Rondstadt
8  -  Swearin' To God - Frankie Valli
7  -  One of These Nights - Eagles
6  -  Please Mr. Please - Olivia Newton-John
5  -  Magic - Pilot
4  -  Wildfire - Michael Murphy
3  -  Listen To What the Man Said - Paul McCartney and Wings
2  -  The Hustle - Van McCoy
1  -  Love Will Keep Us Together - The Captain and Tennille
(4th of 4 consecutive weeks at #1)





#1 Album This week in 1975

Captain Fantastic and The Brown Dirt  Cowboy - Elton John
(6th of 7 non consecutive weeks at #1)


All songs written by Elton John and Bernie Taupin, except where noted.

Side one[edit]

  1. "Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy" – 5:46
  2. "Tower of Babel" – 4:28
  3. "Bitter Fingers" – 4:35
  4. "Tell Me When the Whistle Blows" – 4:20
  5. "Someone Saved My Life Tonight" – 6:45

Side two[edit]

  1. "(Gotta Get a) Meal Ticket" – 4:01
  2. "Better Off Dead" – 2:37
  3. "Writing" – 3:40
  4. "We All Fall in Love Sometimes" – 4:15
  5. "Curtains" – 6:15

Sunday, July 7, 2013

1979 American Music Awards


The 1979 American Music Awards were held January 12th 1979 on ABC TV.   Pictured above are the Bee Gees who won for Favorite Pop/Rock Group and Favorite Soul Album with "Saturday Night Fever".  Barry Manilow won the award for Favorite Pop/Rock Male Artist.


Bee Gees 1979 NBC TV Special


(from Wikipedia)
The Bee Gees Special was a 90-minute television special broadcast by NBC on November 15, 1979. The program featured footage from the Bee Gees' July 10, 1979 concert in Oakland, California captured by a film crew that accompanied them during their 1979 Spirits Having Flown Tour. It also included footage from an appearance with Willie Nelson and Glen Campbell, interviews by David Frost with the Bee Gees and their parents, and a behind-the-scenes look at recording and tour planning with Robert Stigwood and the band's crew.




Casey Kasem's AT40 The 70s (July 7th 2013)

Casey Kasem's AT40
The 70s
Week Ending July 9th 1977

40 - Handy Man - James Taylor
39 - Telephone Line - ELO
38 - Devil's Gun - C.J. and Co.
37 - Sir Duke - Stevie Wonder
36 - The Killing of Georgie - Rod Stewart
35 - Give A Little Bit - Supertramp
34 - Telephone Man - Mary Wilson
33 - Just A Song Before I Go - Crosby,Stills and Nash
32 - Heard It In A Love Song - Marshall Tucker Band
31 - Lonely Boy - Andrew Gold
30 - Barracuda - Heart
29 - I'm Your Boogie Man - KC and The Sunshine Band
28 - Easy - Commodores
27 - Luckenbach, Texas - Waylon Jennings
26 - It's Sad To Belong - England Dan and John Ford Coley
25 - Lucille - Kenny Rogers
24 - You're My World - Helen Reddy
23 - Feels Like The First Time - Foreigner
22 - You Made Me Believe in Magic - Bay City Rollers
21 - Life In The Fast Lane - Eagles
20 - Love's Grown Deep - Kenny Nolan
19 - Knowing Me, Knowing You - Abba
18 - High School Dance - Sylvers
17 - You and Me - Alice Cooper
16 - Whatcha Gonna Do? - Pablo Cruise
15 - Higher and Higher - Rita Coolidge
14 - Best of My Love - The Emotions
13 - Dreams - Fleetwood Mac
12 - Do You Wanna Make Love - Peter McCann
11 - I'm In You - Peter Frampton
10 - My Heart Belongs To Me - Barbra Streisand
9  -  Margaritaville - Jimmy Buffett
8  -  Jet Airliner - Steve Miller Band
7  -  Angel In Your Arms - Hot
6  -  Got To Give It Up - Marvin Gaye
5  -  I Just Wanna Be Your Everything - Andy Gibb
4  -  Theme from "Rocky" - Bill Conti
3  -  Looks Like We Made It - Barry Manilow
2  -  Da Doo Ron Ron - Shaun Cassidy
1  -  Undercover Angel - Alan O'Day
(1 week at #1)




#1 Album This Week in 1977

Rumours - Fleetwood Mac
(10th of 31 non consecutive weeks at #1)


Track listing[edit]

Side one
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
1."Second Hand News"  Lindsey Buckingham2:44
2."Dreams"  Stevie Nicks4:14
3."Never Going Back Again"  Lindsey Buckingham2:15
4."Don't Stop"  Christine McVie3:12
5."Go Your Own Way"  Lindsey Buckingham3:38
6."Songbird"  Christine McVie3:21
Side two
No.TitleWriter(s)Length
7."The Chain"  L. Buckingham, Mick Fleetwood, C. McVie, John McVie, S. Nicks4:16
8."You Make Loving Fun"  Christine McVie3:31
9."I Don't Want to Know"  Stevie Nicks3:15
10."Oh Daddy"  Christine McVie3:58
11."Gold Dust Woman"  Stevie Nicks5:02

Casey Kasem AT40 the 80s (07/07/2013)

Casey Kasem's AT40
The 70s
Week Ending July 9th 1983

40 - Try Again - Champaign
39 - Rock N Roll Music is King - ELO
38 - China Girl - David Bowie
37 - Faithfully - Journey
36 - White Wedding - Billy Idol
35 - Stop In The Name of Love - The Hollies
34 - Rock of Ages - Def Leppard
33 - Always Something There To Remind Me - Naked Eyes
32 - It's A Mistake - Men At Work
31 - Let's Dance - David Bowie
30 - Saved By Zero - The Fixx
29 - Take Me To Heart - Quarterflash
28 - Fascination - The Human League
27 - Roll Me Away - Bob Seger
26 - Wishing - A Flock of Seagulls
25 - Maniac - Michael Sembello
24 - Beat It - Michael Jackson
23 - Hot Girls In Love - Loverboy
22 - Cuts Like a Knife - Bryan Adams
21 - Affair of the Heart - Rick Springfield
20 - Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) - Eurythmics
19 - Baby Jane - Rod Stewart
18 - She Works Hard For the Money - Donna Summer
17 - All  This Love - DeBarge
16 - She's A Beauty - The Tubes
15 - 1999 - Prince
14 - Stand Back - Stevie Nicks
13 - Is There Something I Should Know - Duran Duran
12 - I'm Still Standing - Elton John
11 - Family Man - Hall and Oates
10 - Our House - Madness
9  -  Don't Let It End - Styx
8  -  Come Dancing - The Kinks
7  -  Time - Culture Club
6  -  Wanna Be Startin' Something - Michael Jackson
5  -  Too Shy - Kagjagoogoo
4  -  Never Gonna Let You Go - Sergio Mendes
3  -  Flashdance...What A Feeling - Irene Cara
2  -  Electric Avenue - Eddy Grant
1  -  Every Breath You Take - The Police
(1st of 8 consecutive weeks at #1)




#1 Album This week in 1983
Thriller - Michael Jackson
(18th of 36 non consecutive weeks at #1)

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleWriter(s)Producer(s)Length
1."Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'"  Michael Jackson
6:03
2."Baby Be Mine"  Rod TempertonJones4:20
3."The Girl Is Mine(with Paul McCartney)Jackson
  • Jones
  •  
  • Jackson (co.)
3:42
4."Thriller"  TempertonJones5:57
5."Beat It"  Jackson
  • Jones
  •  
  • Jackson (co.)
4:18
6."Billie Jean"  Jackson
  • Jones
  •  
  • Jackson (co.)
4:54
7."Human Nature"   Jones4:06
8."P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)"  
Jones3:59
9."The Lady in My Life"  TempertonJones5:00
Total length:
42:19

Saturday, July 6, 2013

Billboards Best Selling Singles - Mid Year 2013

Here are Top 20 selling singles at the mid year point in 2013

courtesy Billboard Magazine



20 - Started From the Bottom - Drake
19 - Harlem Shake - Baauer
18 - Wagon Wheel - Darius Rucker
17 - Feel This Moment - Pitbull w/Christina Aguilera
16 - Locke Out of Heaven - Bruno Mars
15 - My Songs Know What You Did In the Dark - Fall Out Boy
14 - Ho Hey - The Lumineers
13 - I Love It - Icona Pop
12 - Mirrors - Justin Timberlake
11 - Scream and Shout - Will.I .am and Britney Spears
10 - Blurred Lines - Robin Thicke, Pharrell and T.I.
9  -  I Knew You Were Trouble - Taylor Swift
8  -  Suit and Tie - Justin Timberlake
7  -  Cruise - Florida Georgia Line w/Nelly
6  -  Can't Hold Us - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis w/Ray Dalton
5  -  Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
4  -  Stay - Rihanna w/Mikki Ekko
3  -  When I Was Your Man - Bruno Mars
2  -  Just Give Me A Reason  - Pink and Nate Ruess
1  -  ThriftShop - Macklemore and Ryan Lewis w/Wanz

Friday, July 5, 2013

Album Spotlight

Hotter Than Hell 
Kiss
released October 22nd 1974





Track listing[edit]

[1]
No.TitleWriter(s)Lead vocalsLength
1."Got to Choose"  Paul StanleyStanley3:54
2."Parasite"  Ace FrehleyGene Simmons3:02
3."Goin' Blind"  Simmons, Stephen CoronelSimmons3:37
4."Hotter Than Hell"  StanleyStanley3:30
5."Let Me Go, Rock 'n' Roll"  Stanley, SimmonsSimmons2:15
6."All the Way"  SimmonsSimmons3:18
7."Watchin' You"  SimmonsSimmons3:44
8."Mainline"  StanleyPeter Criss3:50
9."Comin' Home"  Frehley, StanleyStanley2:38
10."Strange Ways"  FrehleyCriss3:18