872FOALSThe Runner
103TONES AND IDance Monkey
494LIZZOGood As Hell
17SAM SMITHHow Do You Sleep?
2611WEEZERThe End Of The Game
6512GRIMES & i_oViolence
4713GREEN DAYFather Of All
1714BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUBEat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)
818TOOLFear Inoculum
3019INCUBUSInto The Summer
1120SAM FENDERWill We Talk?
1221LADY ANTEBELLUMWhat If I Never Get Over You
7422WHITE REAPERMight Be Right
1824LANA DEL REYDoin' Time
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Nov 19
Alternative Sub-Genres

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There are now 6 sub-genre charts. In addition to Electro/Alt Pop, Alt Rock, Indie/Underground and Adult Leaning Alternative there are 2 AAA type charts. One for Heartland/Americana/Blues & Folk and one for Retro Soul. The Retro Soul chart includes some songs that fall into the Urban AC and Adult Contmeporary genres. 


Electro/Alt Pop

new       1              TONES AND I      Dance Monkey

1              2              GRIMES & i_o    Violence

new       3              WHITE REAPER  Might Be Right

new       4              COLDPLAY           Orphans

39           5              GEORGIA             Never Let You Go


Alt Rock

2              1              FOALS   The Runner

1              2              GREEN DAY         Father Of All

4              3              WEEZER                The End Of The Game

5              4              TOOL     Fear Inoculum

3              5              BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUB Eat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)



1              1              BLACK COUNTRY, NEW ROAD     Sunglasses

new       2              BROCKHAMPTON            No Halo

7              3              CIGARETTES AFTER SEX  Heavenly

5              4              BIG THIEF             Not

57           5              ELIZA & THE DELUSIONALS          Just Exist


Adult Leaning Alternative

3              1              SAM FENDER      Will We Talk?

6              2              WHITE REAPER  Might Be Right

new       3              COLDPLAY           Orphans

7              4              TAME IMPALA   Borderline

1              5              LANA DEL REY    Doin' Time



1              STURGILL SIMPSON        Sing Along

2              MAREN MORRIS f/ HOZIER           The Bones

3              JEFF LYNNE'S ELO             From Out Of Nowhere

4              LOCAL NATIVES When Am I Gonna Lose You

5              CITY AND COLOUR           Strangers

Retro Soul

1              FREYA RIDINGS Castles

2              HUEY LEWIS & THE NEWS             Her Love Is Killin' Me

3              MICHAEL KIWANUKA     Hero

4              MANDY MOORE               When I Wasn't Watching

5              JACK SAVORETTI f/ MIKA              Youth And Love

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Nov 17
Trending 100 for November

At mid-month Dua Lipa is far and away the trending winner, almost double the points of #2 Coldplay. While "Circles" is still trending at #1 for the month. "Don't Start Now" could be a challenger in addition to Tones and I, Selena Gomez and 2 former One Direction members.

Dolly Parton's collab with Galantis is proving to be a player this month. maybe being among the top 50 songs of November. And look at #14 and #16. Hootie & The Blowfish and Ozzy Osbourne are getting early love. Dolly and Ozzy have been busy in 2019 with Parton assisting on songs by For king and Country, Zach Williams and Ronnie Milsap while Osbourne has scored a hit with Post Malone a possible top 25 entry for this month.

See the full 100 right here.

1              DUA LIPA             Don't Start Now

2              COLDPLAY           Orphans

3              SELENA GOMEZ Lose You To Love Me

4              GALANTIS f/ DOLLY PARTON & MR. PROBZ            Faith

5              HARRY STYLES    Lights Up

6              KESHA f/ BIG FREEDIA    Raising Hell

7              HAIM    Now I'm In It

8              KATY PERRY        Harleys In Hawaii

9              SIMPLE PLAN, STATE CHAMPS & WE THE KINGS Where I Belong

10           COLDPLAY           Arabesque

11           SELENA GOMEZ Look At Her Now

12           THE DISAPPOINTED        We Don't Dream

13           GREEN DAY         Fire, Ready, Aim

14           HOOTIE & THE BLOWFISH             Hold On

15           JIMMY EAT WORLD         All The Way (Stay)

16           OZZY OSBOURNE             Under The Graveyard

17           SONIA   A Night That's Never Ending

18           MUMFORD & SONS        Blind Leading The Blind

19           MICHAEL KIWANUKA     Hero

20           CARRIE UNDERWOOD    Drinking Alone

21           GEORGIA             Never Let You Go

22           THE 1975              Frail State Of Mind

23           CLIPPING             Blood of The Fang

24           THE PALE WHITE               Swim For Your Life

25           THE AMAZONS Fuzzy Tree

Nov 14
New Music Recommendations

This week's recommendations are all from artists who have been around for over 20 years. I've made a YouTube playlist that you can access below.

Jeff Lynne's ELO (he can't just use Electric Light Orchestra because of legal issues) have released a new album "From Out Of Nowhere" The song "One More Time" is a fun upbeat retro nugget.

Going back even further, The Who have a new song called "Ball And Chain". This previews their new album "WHO" due out on Nov. 22. This one sounds like it come have come out of the 70's era catalogue.

If you think of the Tiffany from over 30 years ago you might be surprised by the bluesy "Waste Of Time", kinda out of the Melissa Etheridge playbook. From the 2018 album "Pieces Of Me".

Jimmy Eat World broke through with the 2001 album "Bleed American" but their 1st album was released in 1994. "All The Way (Stay)" from their 10th album "Surviving", is a perfect slice of pop rock with a sax solo that is a nice touch.

80's hitmakers Simply Red have retrospectively been classified as "Sophisti-Pop", a variety of artists who mixed Pop, Jazz and Soul. Funny I have been working on a Jazz-Pop Music Therapy playlist so we'll see what I name it now. "Thinking About You" veers to the dancier side of their style.

If you can believe it, it's been 25 years since the gargantuan album "Cracked Rear View" by Hootie and The Blowfish came out. Darius Rucker has spent the last decade or so honing his country chops to much radio success. The band has re-grouped for the anniversary and released an album of new music, "Imperfect Circle", 2 weeks ago. Had no idea I missed them but the heartland rocker "Hold On" is a welcome return. 

About a year ago, Nov. 8 2018 to be exact, Hanson, who also recently celebrated their 25th anniversary, released an album called "String Theory". It was a mix of old and new tunes recorded with the Prague Symphony Orchestra. Some of you may know that I am a big Hanson fan and I'm just starting to digest this album now. The new version of "Where's The Love" is about to hit my top 10 this week. It will never eclipse the original, one of my all time favorite songs, but it a great version as well. 

Finally, Simple Minds who have surpassed the 40 year mark, also incorporate a symphonic quality of the new song "For One Night Only". It took 3 years from their April 1979 debut to hit it big with "Promised You A Miracle" but these early purveyors of New Wave has amassed quite a resume including 18 studio albums and 7 live albums. And look, to round out the sampler I've included a symphonic version of "Alive and Kicking" from 2018.

Beyond Radio's Heritage Music Sampler, November 2019

Nov 4
New Playlists, Pages and Navigation: Boy Bands, Gay Man Therapy and My Chart for Nov. 3

This weeks playlists include a 50 year history of boy bands (I think you might be smiling), an effervescent dance party for a 50 something gay man's birthday (actually made for my friend Joe's 50th) and my favorite songs this week starting with number one. I like to call it a countup instead of a countdown.

The above Navigation bar has gone through some changes. I've eliminated some aspects and added new pages for Music Therapy Playlists, 2019 Playlists and Flashback Playlists.

As discussed before the Music Therapy Playlists can be therapeutic but also have an element of cheekiness to them. Upcoming playlists include "I'm Bryan Adams and You're Not Therapy", "Radical Remake Therapy" and "I'm With Her Therapy".

The 2019 Playlists include the BR250 which includes all songs that have hit that chart in 2019, Genre playlists updated every 2 months and what I call Countups (the opposite of countdowns). They give you instant gratification by starting with #1.

The Flashback Playlists include countdowns of my previous personal charts from 10, 20 etc. years ago. In addition it will feature comprehensive playlists of music from past years. I will be updating playlists frequently. 

Nov 2
Old Man Rant, Rave and Respects

The next  podcast is now available and is another two-parter. The first part is the rant and connects back to the last episode about Caitlyn Smith and also back to the original Old Man Rant and Rave episodes from earlier this year. In the end it's about how artists are marketed and how fun may be coming back to pop radio. The catalyst to that may be Lizzo and see how she may be the next big thing in these 2 videos.

The second part travels back over 40 years in my life and how a song by the man who transformed my life, Elton John, connects to current events. And how that experience is transforming my life once again. This episode is extremely personal to me and mentions a lot of people who are important in my life. This episode explains the evolution of the Beyond Radio website and how gifts are all around us if we can see them.


This is a video that is explained in the episode.

Here is the companion Spotify playlist

Oct 26
October 28, 1989 Countdown

One of the other playlist trends that are becoming a regular addition to the site are a look back at my personal charts in previous years. Last month I introduced a list from 1979 and today it is for this week in 1989.

What I have been doing the last few years is looking back 10, 20, 30 etc. years, kind of a way to see how my opinion of songs has changed over the years. Which ones are obsolete and which ones have surged.

I will rotate a new playlist near the end of each month. Next month will be 1999 and so on.


This list sees some of my favorites of that year. A year where the Indigo Girls and Melissa Etheridge debuted, and big albums in my life by Erasure, The Cure, Tears For Fears and Simple Minds. And of course the B-52's comeback "Love Shack".

Tim’s Top 60 Oct. 28, 1989

74           60           JODY WATLEY    Everything

new       59           THE CURE            Lullaby

87           58           REGINA BELLE    Baby Come To Me

85           57           CHER     Just Like Jesse James

new       56           PAUL CARRACK I Live By The Groove

75           55           10,000 MANIACS             Poison in The Well

7              54           UNDERWORLD  Stand Up

69           53           THOMPSON TWINS         Sugar Daddy

68           52           WANG CHUNG  What's So Bad About Feeling Good

64           51           SHEENA EASTON              Without You

71           50           RICHARD MARX Angelia

73           49           THEN JERICO      Big Area

63           48           TIL TUESDAY       How Can You Give Up

66           47           HOODOO GURUS             Another World

70           46           GLORIA ESTEFAN              Get On Your Feet

60           45           DEPECHE MODE                Personal Jesus

55           44           R.E.M.   Get Up

61           43           1927       That's When I Think of You

new       42           TEARS FOR FEARS             Woman In Chains

48           41           INDIGO GIRLS    Tried To Be True

9              40           INDIGO GIRLS & MICHAEL STIPE Kid Fears

56           39           LIVING IN A BOX               Blow The House Down

44           38           THE CALL             You Run

20           37           MARTIN GORE   In A Manner Of Speaking

52           36           MELISSA ETHERIDGE       No Souvenirs

58           35           UNDERWORLD  Change The Weather

39           34           BOBBY BROWN Rock Wit'cha

42           33           AEROSMITH       Love In An Elevator

34           32           GRACES Lay Down Your Arms

37           31           THE CULT             Edie (Ciao Baby)

31           30           TINA TURNER     The Best

35           29           MALCOLM MCLAREN     Waltz Darlin'

53           28           TRACY CHAPMAN            Crossroads

47           27           TOM PETTY         Free Fallin'

45           26           SOUL II SOUL      Back To Life

29           25           KEVIN PAIGE      Don't Shut Me Out

38           24           BAD ENGLISH     When I See You Smile

41           23           EURYTHMICS     Don't Ask Me Why

30           22           BONNIE RAITT   Love Letter

36           21           DEBBIE HARRY   I Want That Man

33           20           DON HENLEY      Last Worthless Evening

40           19           BILLY JOEL           We Didn't Start The Fire

21           18           THE ROLLING STONES    Mixed Emotions

27           17           SIMPLE MINDS  Soul Crying Out

22           16           ZIGGY MARLEY  Look Who's Dancing

23           15           THE OCEAN BLUE             Between Something And Nothing

1              14           TEARS FOR FEARS             Sowing The Seeds Of Love

26           13           POCO    Call It Love

25           12           CUTTING CREW Everything But My Pride

17           11           THE ALARM        Sold Me Down The River

15           10           JANET JACKSON Miss You Much

19           9              PATTI LABELLE   If You Asked Me To

16           8              ERASURE             Phantom Bride

2              7              ELTON JOHN      Healing Hands

10           6              YOUNG MC         Bust A Move

13           5              JOE COCKER       When The Night Comes

8              4              B-52'S    Love Shack

2              3              MELISSA ETHERIDGE       Precious Pain

6              2              TEXAS   I Don't Want A Lover

4              1              MIDGE URE         Just For You

Oct 24
Examples from Positively Happy Music Therapy

Today is my 15th wedding anniversary to my adorable husband John. It is also the 29th anniversary of our meeting. Today is a glorious (and gorgeous) day but 2 nights ago I had an emotional evening where a number of stress points came to a head and it plagued me all night. The next morning when I went out to do my Uber drive, I put on the Positively Happy playlist. I wanted to give you a few examples from that playlist. These were the first 3 songs that played.

The first was extremely appropriate as the name is “New Morning” from Austin, Texas band Alpha Rev. This song hit #100 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2010 and spent 3 weeks at #1 on my personal chart. If you were watching the VH1 top 20 countdown in 2010 (did they still show videos then?) the song spent 11 weeks on that list. It was a perfect way to start the day.

Next came the song “I Said I Love You” from the Mavericks’ lead singer Raul Malo’s first solo album from 2001. On this album he explored his Latin heritage as is evidenced on this effervescent song full of mariachi horns. We saw him live in Newburyport, MA that summer and it was party from beginning to end. This and another song from the album, “I See You”, both reached #1 on my personal chart.

This segued to another happy upbeat ditty by UK artist Olly Murs “Stevie Know”, a clear homage to Stevie Wonder. From the music to the lyric “soon as you come in this house I’m going to take you to Higher Ground. Stevie don’t wonder, Stevie knows” this is a truly happy toe-tapping song. Surprisingly this infectious tune which reached #5 song on my personal chart saw no chart action in the UK. When it was released in 2015.

The playlist in its entirety pushes great buttons and I believe can break you out of a down mood.

Some of the other music therapy playlists that I am working on and will debut soon include:

“Let The Cry Out” destined to push your emotional buttons

“I’m With Her” an homage to strong and powerful women

“Radical Remake Therapy” which should be easy to figure out

“Boy Band Therapy” and “Jazz Pop Therapy”

There will be many more to follow. I will be adding pages to the website in the next week to make it easy to find all the different playlists that I offer.

Oct 22
New Music Therapy Playlists Debut

Today I am releasing 2 new playlists that begin a new and important path on my life’s journey. This series of playlists (an addition to the Beyond Radio playlist family) will be called Music Therapy Playlists. Some will hopefully be truly therapeutic while others will be more tongue in cheek. All will be about 45-60 songs and will include a mix of music nostalgia and discovery, much like the podcasts.

When I started the website back in the mid-90’s it was purely chart driven, and a forum for the personal chart community. I hoped to help music enthusiasts find new music through the lens of that community. The gift for myself was the constant discovery of new music.

When I added the podcast, the initial intention was to reach people stuck in nostalgia and open their minds to the discovery of music new to them. This was a step beyond the chart enthusiast, an attempt to reach a new audience. Never having been stuck in nostalgic it has made me look back and that gift has been extraordinary and emotional.

The impetus to this next phase came from 2 friends, Cristina and Lisa, who both told me that I helped them to bring music back into their lives. This was not an “I’m stuck in nostalgia” or “I don’t have time” scenario, but for more deeply personal reasons. To have 2 separate people touched in this kind of way let me know how I had helped them, affected them or whatever; these were special gifts given back to me that I do not take lightly. I had not considered the idea of it being a therapeutic medium, though it certainly has been for me.

The beauty of music and its subjective nature is that any kind of music can be therapeutic. With that I am introducing 2 playlists that exist on somewhat opposite ends of the spectrum. The first is called “Rock Decompression Therapy” and is meant to be a way to perhaps release the rage of your workday. My friend Colleen inspired this one and gave me a thumbs up, saying “great playlist, songs I had totally forgotten about and would never have remember the artists”.

The other playlist is called “Positively Happy Therapy”, which I had made for Lisa. It is a mix positive, spiritual and happy tunes in a variety of genres. It includes a song that is a mantra to me and will also be included in the upcoming podcast “Old Man Rant, Rave and Respects”.

The song is “Live The Life” by Michael W. Smith from 1997. While the lyrical intention of that song may travel a different path, another beautiful thing about music is what we individually take out of it. For me, living the life is living your truth and my truth is about appreciating music and creating a platform of music exposure for others. For those who know me it is a joyous, emotional and transforming journey, full of love. One of my favorite lyrics ever is from this song. “Be a light for all to see, for every act of love will set you free.” This has been my intention all along and I hope it is a gift to you.

Oct 21
Alternative Sub Genres and New Trending 100

You can check out these new charts are these 2 links


There are 4 alternative sub-genres, Electro/Alt Pop, Alt Rock, Underground/Indie and Adult Leaning/Retro/Folk/Garage

Not surprisingly Lizzo's "Good As Hell" sits atop the Trending 100 as she is all things to all people right now. She will be featured in the next episode of the podcast which will be coming out in the next week or so. The song moves up to #24 on the Billboard Hot 100 and sits just outside the Pop Airplay top 10.

8 of the top 10 trending songs belong to big Pop songs including the other massive Lizzo song "Truth Hurts", 2 Ariana Grande songs, Lewis Capaldi, Post Malone, Taylor Swift and Normani.

On the Alternative charts the 4 #1's are from Grimes, Green Day, Black Country New Road and Lana Del Rey

Oct 11
Chart Updates and New Recommendations

I have finally updated the Genre, Untapped Resources and Hybrid charts. All the latest of these charts include info from August and September. These charts will most likely remain available as the update of the site moves forward. The trending charts will probably be eliminated.

As I stated previously there is going to be a shift on the site that is more focused on playlists, recommendations and the podcast with many of the playlists being a mix of nostalgia and discovery, in many ways like the podcast. In addition, there will still be playlists that are genre specific and focus on new music as curated through the analysis of the personal chart community.

The goal here is connect you to the music through more platforms than just music charts. I myself am certainly somewhat chart obsessed (haha understatement!) but what I have learned through the podcast and feedback that there is a more visceral way of connecting to music and that music touches individual souls in very different ways.

I hope that the changes that will be made here help you connect better to music whether you are a new music junkie, a person who thrives on the nostalgia of their youth or who has lost connection to the power of music for a variety of reasons.

As always, I do this from a passionate view with the intention to help you to experience the pure joy and therapeutic essence that listening to music can bring.


Today’s music recommendations start with 2 radical remakes. The first is from the duo The Bird and The Bee. They take Van Halen’s “Panama” and turn it upside down with a quirky, funky and atmospheric version. You can dig deeper into their interpolation of Van Halen as they have a whole album of re-imagined VH tunes. Particularly humorous is “Hot For Teacher”. They had done this previously with Hall & Oates tunes in 2010 but none of those were as radical.

From a different perspective the Americana/Bluegrass/String Band Twisted Pine does a fun version of Blondie’s “Heart of Glass” that made me re-examine a song I had middling feelings about. This plucky and buoyant version of the song offers a great contrast. Towards the end they incorporate a cowbell rhythm that evokes a sound from many disco classics, nice touch.


Power Pop is alive and well courtesy of the Louisville, Kentucky band White Reaper. Reminiscent of artists like Cheap Trick, Donnie Iris, Greg Kihn and even Fountains Of Wayne and Weezer, if you want to bring the fun, they might be your ticket. “Real Long Time” and “Might Be Right” (this one currently moving up the alternative chart) are great examples of an update to the sound. They are playing at the Sinclair in Cambridge, MA on Nov. 2. I might need to go.

  This reminded me of one of my favorite songs from last year from the Vancouver band Bend Sinister. Their song “Shannon” from the 2018 album “Foolish Games” was my #6 song of last year. It has a wonderful energetic retro pop rock vibe and in reading an interview with the band it’s no wonder. They said they were listening to a lot of Raspberries (“Overnight Sensation”) and City Boy (“”), two power pop bands from the 70’s. Those songs were among my favorites as a teenager so being drawn to this song makes so much sense.

This live version is as good as the original studio version. And I did exactly what Eric Carmen did as a kid with the transistor radio under my pillow. Goosebumps.

This one from Top of The Pops makes me laugh.

Finally this one is courtesy of my friend Colleen. This narrative is about the 90's but it was my experience in the early 80's. I went to Boston 40 years ago to attend Boston University and discovered my first used record store, Nuggets, in Kenmore Square. Thousands of albums, 12 inch singles, CD's and singles later, they mostly sit in my basement, not on display. I treasure the experience from those days but funny, a used record store nowadays has no lure for me. Having music at my fingertips through streaming is just as good, and cheaper. Love the musical homage to the late 60's.


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Beyond Radio Tim’s Top 150, Nov. 3

1              1              THE GLORIOUS SONS     Pink Motel
The most emotional song I’ve heard in a long time. In its 4th week at #1
3              2              JOYWAVE            Obsession
This could be their 1st #1 after 2 trips to #3. Definitely a band I would like to see live.
7              3              JOSH GRACIN    Lucky Stars
This is Gracin’s 3rd song to reach my top 3. The last time was in 2017 when “I’m Still Here” spent 7 weeks at #1.
2              4              CAITLYN SMITH Fever
From her 1st EP in 2016 “Everything To You”. A slow burn bluesy country rocker featured on the current podcast. This spent 2 weeks at #1 and 5 weeks at #2.
8              5              WHITE REAPER  Real Long Time
Rollicking power pop toe tapper. They are right outside the top 10 with the radio hit “Might Be Right”.
5              6              CAITLYN SMITH Wasting All These Tears
Also from that EP, this was a country hit by Cassadee Pope in 2013. Her 6th appearance in my top 5. The other ones all went to #1.
4              7              DINOSAUR PILE-UP         Back Foot
This UK band is currently in the Rock airplay top 10. This song gives me a chuckle and their 1st to reach my top 10.
10           8              INCUBUS             Into The Summer
The poppier side of Incubus. They have reached #1 on my chart only once but #2 3 times.
11           9              LIZZO     Cuz I Love You
Cuz we love her. Belt it out baby.
6              10           ILLENIUM f/ JON BELLION             Good Things Fall Apart
Something about this song justs gets under my skin.
14           11           CLIENT LIASON  The Real Thing
15           12           WHITE REAPER  Might Be Right
17           13           PAPA ROACH     Come Around
9              14           ELTON JOHN      Curtains
13           15           GODSMACK       Under Your Scars
18           16           JACK SAVORETTI f/ MIKA              Youth And Love
24           17           KAISER CHIEFS   Golden Oldies
12           18           SWMRS Lose Lose Lose
19           19           K.FLAY  Sister
22           20           BIFFY CLYRO       Different Kind Of Love
23           21           LIZZO     Good As Hell
16           22           FRAMING HANLEY           Baggage Claim
25           23           TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB           Once
34           24           THE BIRD & THE BEE        Panama
41           25           HANSON              Where's The Love '18
21           26           EMELI SANDE     Shine
27           27           FRATELLIS            I Guess...I Suppose
26           28           COLD WAR KIDS Complainer
29           29           SUM 41 Never There
39           30           FLASH FORWARD & DEAF HAVANA          Give Me All Your Love
20           31           ED SHEERAN f/ CHRIS STAPLETON & BRUNO MARS           Blow
28           32           MARSHMELLO  & KANE BROWN One Thing Right
54           33           FITZ AND THE TANTRUMS            I Just Wanna Shine
33           34           THE STRIKE         Bad Kids
60           35           JIMMY EAT WORLD         All The Way (Stay)
35           36           SHERYL CROW f/STEVIE NICKS & MAREN MORRIS              Prove You Wrong
51           37           KID BLOOM        Sugarcoat
36           38           LOUISE Lead Me On
38           39           HIGHLY SUSPECT              16
70           40           LUKE COMBS     Lovin' On You
32           41           ZARA LARSSON All The Time
45           42           LOUIS TOMLINSON         Kill My Mind
40           43           TESSA VIOLET    I Like (The Idea of) You
76           44           STRUTS Tatler Magazine
44           45           THE ZANGWILLS               Sunlight At Midnight
30           46           THE GLORIOUS SONS     Panic Attack
43           47           AVICII f/ IMAGINE DRAGONS      Heart Upon My Sleeve
53           48           DJ SHADOW & DE LA SOUL           Rocket Fuel
50           49           OF MONSTERS AND MEN              Wars
77           50           GREEN DAY         Father Of All
31           51           NEW FOUND GLORY       The Power Of Love
46           52           HOLLERADO       Time On Earth
52           53           WHO'S MOLLY? Until I Found You
57           54           INGRID ANDRESS             More Hearts Than Mine
59           55           YOLA     Keep Me Here
49           56           TAME IMPALA   Borderline
66           57           DECLAN WELSH AND THE DECADENT WEST           No Fun
62           58           FOALS   The Runner
73           59           SIMPLY RED        Thinking Of You
64           60           WEEZER                The End Of The Game
63           61           CATFISH & THE BOTTLEMEN        Conversation
69           62           BARNS COURTNEY           Hollow
42           63           INHALER              My Honest Face
58           64           DAUGHTRY         Stuff Of Legends
82           65           WINNETKA BOWLING LEAGUE   Kombucha
71           66           LIZZO     Truth Hurts
37           67           LIZZO     Juice
65           68           LIAM GALLAGHER            One Of Us
81           69           TOTO     Rockmaker
47           70           GUSTER Terrified
83           71           SKYLAR SPENCE Carousel
48           72           STRUTS Pegasus Seiya
78           73           MJ RODRIGUEZ & BILLY PORTER Home
61           74           CAITLYN SMITH Put Me Back Together
80           75           NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS This Is The Place
75           76           WITHIN TEMPTATION    Supernova
84           77           THE WRECKS      Freaking Out
91           78           THE BLACK KEYS                Shine A Little Light
95           79           FOSTER THE PEOPLE        Pick U Up
56           80           THE LARKINS      TV Dream
90           81           CASCADA            Like The Way I Do
110         82           BEBE REXHA       You Can't Stop The Girl
86           83           THE CLAUSE       In My Element
68           84           THE BAND CAMINO        Daphne Blue
79           85           FOR KING & COUNTRY F/ DOLLY PARTON              God Only Knows
103         86           BABYS   Head First
55           87           CATFISH & THE BOTTLEMEN        2all
88           88           JAX JONES & BEBE REXHA             Harder
72           89           MIKA     Ice Cream
67           90           AUSTIN MAHONE            Dancing With Nobody
93           91           BASTILLLE            Those Nights
105         92           MARUV Drunk Groove
87           93           CAITLYN SMITH Before You Call Me Baby
94           94           NF          Time
100         95           REPEAT REPEAT Hi, I'm Waiting
116         96           RICK ASTLEY        Every One Of Us
101         97           ADAM LAMBERT               Superpower
115         98           APOLLO LTD        Man That I Used To Know
108         99           WILDERADO       Surefire
113         100         NIALL HORAN    Nice To Meet Ya
106         101         MOON TAXI        Now's The Time
127         102         SIMPLE CREATURES         Thanks, I Hate It
107         103         FITZ & THE TANTRUMS  OCD
98           104         THE DARCYS       Better Days
128         105         FRIENDLY FIRES Can't Wait Forever
102         106         COURTSHIP        Guy Stuff
112         107         YOLA     Lonely The Night
104         108         BONDS OF MARA             Lights Out
118         109         JACK SAVORETTI               Love Is On The Line
109         110         5 SECONDS OF SUMMER              Teeth
133         111         RED RUM CLUB Kids Addicted
138         112         MONTGOMERY GENTRY               Outskirts
111         113         BOMBARGO       Oxygen
85           114         KID BLOOM        Does It Make Me Wrong?
74           115         FITZ AND THE TANTRUMS            I Need Help!
97           116         THE BLACK KEYS                Go
129         117         BAD SUNS           Hold Your Fire
125         118         TRAVIS DENNING             After A Few
131         119         JEFFREY LEWIS   LPs
119         120         BAND OF SKULLS              Gold
132         121         HOOTIE & THE BLOWFISH             Rollin'
120         122         BISHOP BRIGGS Champion
148         123         STRUTS I Do It So Well
92           124         PENGUIN PRISON            The Heat
89           125         DISTURBED         A Reason To Fight
145         126         FOZZY   Nowhere To Run
200         127         INTERRUPTERS  Bad Guy
134         128         SHERYL CROW f/ CHRIS STAPLETON         Tell Me When It's Over
136         129         DAUGHTRY         Bad Habits
137         130         SEA GIRLS            Violet
146         131         BAD SUNS           Away We Go
144         132         BLEACHED           Hard To Kill
143         133         KENSINGTON    Chronos Pt. 1
154         134         TEGAN & SARA  I'll Be Back Someday
164         135         OK GO  Writing's On The Wall
199         136         CATFISH & THE BOTTLEMEN        Encore
140         137         HATCHIE              Stay With Me
156         138         HARRY STYLES    Lights Up
147         139         ADAM LAMBERT               Overglow
99           140         TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB           Dirty Air
135         141         KNIFE PARTY      Death & Desire
172         142         TONES AND I      Dance Monkey
new       143         TOBYMAC           Edge Of My Seat
96           144         KENSINGTON    Bats
139         145         LARKINS               Sugar Sweet
173         146         THE REGRETTES Dress Up
121         147         JESS GLYNNE & JAX JONES            One Touch
163         148         BROOKLYN DREAMS       Make It Last
122         149         THE AMAZONS End Of Wonder
149         150         CRUISR Throw Shade
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Hot Ac Monthly Ranking  

NEW 3LIZZOGood As Hell
14SAM SMITHHow Do You Sleep?
528ADAM LAMBERTSuperpower
989THE SCRIPTThe Last Time

Monthly Pop  

2012LIZZOGood As Hell
24SAM SMITHHow Do You Sleep?

Monthly Dance  

233REGARDRide It
2145GEORGIANever Let You Go
126HOT CHIPSpell
717MARK RONSON f/ YEBBADon't Leave Me Lonely
2910AVA MAXTorn

Monthly Urban  

141LIL NAS XPanini
12LIZZOTruth Hurts
88LIZZOGood As Hell
769STORMZYSounds Of The Skeng
2010CHRIS BROWN & DRAKENo Guidance

Rock Monthly Ranking  

21TOOLFear Inoculum
392GREEN DAYFather Of All
34VOLBEATLast Day Under The Sun
55KORNYou'll Never Find Me
117BADFLOWERThe Jester
3058JIMMY EAT WORLDAll The Way (Stay)
1329FOALSThe Runner
7810GHOSTKiss The Go-Goat

Country Monthly Ranking  

11LADY ANTEBELLUMWhat If I Never Get Over You
22MIRANDA LAMBERTIt All Comes Out In The Wash
274KELSEA BALLERINIHomecoming Queen?
NEW 5TAYLOR SWIFTI Forgot That You existed
807ASHLEY MCBRYDEOne Night Standards
NEW 9BAD WOLVESKilling Me Slowly

Ac Monthly Ranking  

873MANDY MOOREWhen I Wasn't Watching
47ELTON JOHN & TARON EGERTON(I'm Gonna) Love me Again
379CELINE DIONLying Down
510CELINE DIONFlying On My Own

Alternative Monthly Ranking  

961FOALSThe Runner
72TONES AND IDance Monkey
703GRIMES & i_oViolence
474WEEZERThe End Of The Game
185BOMBAY BICYCLE CLUBEat, Sleep, Wake (Nothing But You)
306INCUBUSInto The Summer
647LANA DEL REYThe Greatest
28SAM FENDERWill We Talk?
319WHITE REAPERMight Be Right
610LANA DEL REYDoin' Time

Aaa Monthly Ranking  

151THE NEW PORNOGRAPHERSFalling Down The Stairs Of Your Smile
52HAIMSummer Girl
74SAM FENDERWill We Talk?
235OMDDon't Go
26KEANEThe Way I Feel
589LANA DEL REYThe Greatest

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