LCTCArtistSong
101BRUNO MARS & CARDI BFinesse
12ED SHEERAN & BEYONCEPerfect
33PINKBeautiful Trauma
24RITA ORAAnywhere
125JUSTIN TIMBERLAKEFilthy
46CAMILA CABELLO f/ YOUNG THUGHavana
2117TROYE SIVANMy My My!
68PORTUGAL, THE MANLive In The Moment
349LIAM PAYNE & RITA ORAFor You
510DUA LIPANew Rules
911WALK THE MOONOne Foot
1112IMAGINE DRAGONSWhatever It Takes
813CHARLIE PUTHHow Long
714SELENA GOMEZ & MARSHMELLOWolves
NEW 15KYLIE MINOGUEDancing
1316MGMTLittle Dark Age
2217TAYLOR SWIFT f/ ED SHEERAN & FUTUREEnd Game
1918SIGRIDStrangers
1619THE WOMBATSLemon To A Knife Fight
1420PORTUGAL, THE MANFeel It Still
1821EMINEM f/ ED SHEERANRiver
1522CLEAN BANDIT f/ JULIA MICHAELSI Miss You
2323ALICE MERTONNo Roots
4024SOFI TUKKERBest Friend
11425DUA LIPAIDGAF (I Don't Give A)
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Feb 6
Finessing the BR250

One duet in, one duet out. Bruno Mars & Cardi B had the 3rd biggest point jump this and that helped to push “Finesse” past “Perfect” which has been eroding over the last few weeks. The song should settle in for a number of weeks as the pace of “Filthy” has already started to slow.

The top 2 point gainers both make impressive moves. Troye Sivan moves 24-7 with “My My My!” on 807 points while the biggest point gainer Kylie Minogue sees a surge from 78-15 on an added 834 points.

Rita Ora scores 2 top 10’s this week on a 16-9 for her duet with Liam Payne "For You". With “IDGAF” rising 66-25, Dua Lipa also sees 2 songs within the top 25. That song in top 10 in airplay in the UK while “New Rules“ (moving down one to 10 this week) is the current #1 in airplay on U.S. Pop radio.

Two other nice moves within the top 100 comes from 2 different spectrums. UK alt-rockers the Vaccines see an 81-34 move with “I Can’t Quit” while another male/female collaboration, this time Kendrick Lamar and SZA vault 79-36 with the Pop/R&B song “All The Stars”. That along with his 2 Pop airplay songs “love” and “Pray For Me” with The Weeknd seem to indicate that Lamar’s label is trying to push him into the mainstream spotlight

6 songs enter the top 100 for 1st time including the powerful “This Is Me” from The Greatest Showman soundtrack at #77. Kesha’s version is also receiving some action but currently resides just outside the top 1000 this week.

5          1          BRUNO MARS & CARDI B           Finesse
1          2          ED SHEERAN & BEYONCE          Perfect
3          3          PINK  Beautiful Trauma
2          4          RITA ORA     Anywhere
7          5          JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE       Filthy
4          6          CAMILA CABELLO f/ YOUNG THUG    Havana
24        7          TROYE SIVAN         My My My!
6          8          PORTUGAL, THE MAN      Live In The Moment
16        9          LIAM PAYNE & RITA ORA           For You
9          10        DUA LIPA     New Rules
11        11        WALK THE MOON  One Foot
12        12        IMAGINE DRAGONS         Whatever It Takes
10        13        CHARLIE PUTH       How Long
8          14        SELENA GOMEZ & MARSHMELLO       Wolves
78        15        KYLIE MINOGUE   Dancing
14        16        MGMT            Little Dark Age
20        17        TAYLOR SWIFT f/ ED SHEERAN & FUTURE    End Game
19        18        SIGRID          Strangers
18        19        THE WOMBATS       Lemon To A Knife Fight
15        20        PORTUGAL, THE MAN      Feel It Still
17        21        EMINEM f/ ED SHEERAN  River
13        22        CLEAN BANDIT f/ JULIA MICHAELS    I Miss You
22        23        ALICE MERTON      No Roots
25        24        SOFI TUKKER          Best Friend
66        25        DUA LIPA     IDGAF (I Don't Give A)
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Jan 30
I'll Quit Boogieing to David Guetta When I Die

The Untapped Resources 250, January 29 2018

LC/TC/ARTIST/Song/Points/Peak/Weeks/Charts

53      1        THE VACCINES I Can't Quit          575.36         1        3        15

The UK indie band previews “Combat Sports”, their 4th album since 2011, with this upbeat rocker that was also #1 on the UK Alternative chart last week.

17      2        MGMT       When You Die      558.63         2        5        15

The album “Little Dark Age” will be released on Feb. 9. Their last album in 2013 reached #14 in the U.S.

4        3        BROCKHAMPTON      Boogie         557.12         3        5        13

The throwback Hip Hop track stays in the top 5 and moves up to #85 on the BR250. I see this as an infectious dance floor filler. It would be great to see this get more universal exposure.

9        4        DAVID GUETTA & AFROJACK f/ CHARLI XCX & FRENCH MONTANA          Dirty Sexy Money 526.806       4        9        19

31      5        MARTIN GARRIX & DAVID GUETTA f/ JAMIE SCOTT & ROMY      So Far Away 524.864       3        7        19

Guetta reaches the top 5 with 2 songs but so many artists all over these songs.  “So Far Away” is seeing a big push in Europe, recently entering the Euro Airplay top 40.

109    6        CALUM SCOTT  You Are The Reason      524.56         6        7        13

In 2015 Scott was a contestant on Britain’s Got Talent and his rendition of Robyn’s “Dancing On My Own” saw major international success in 2016. This ballad has some traction in Australia.

13      7        THE WOMBATS Turn  513.856       7        5        16

Also having a new album released on Feb. 9, this is the 2nd of 3 pre-released tracks from “Beautiful People Will Ruin Your Life”. The 3rd, “Cheetah Tongue” is this week’s #7 on the UK Alternative airplay chart.

64      8        TOTO         Alone 511.92         8        7        11

Feb. 9 is clearly a big day as the 42 year old band from L.A. releases a greatest hits package “40 Trips Around The Sun”. This lead track retains the jazz-rock elements of many of their previous songs and is co-written by original members David Paich and Steve Lukather among others. Another new tune “Spanish Sea” is currently #30 on the UK airplay chart and moves to #303 here.

3        9        NOTHING BUT THIEVES     Particles      503.68         3        9        14

18      10      KATE VOEGELE         Shoot This Arrow 500.75         10      7        10

This singer and actress who had a recurring role on “One Tree Hill” from 2008 and 2011, returned with a new album “Canyonlands” in December. As a part of the #MeToo movement, the song addresses specifically, harassment from the creator of that show.

22      11      SUNFLOWER BEAN    I Was A Fool        495.54         11      9        11

A month after reaching #2 on the UK Alternative airplay chart this song just misses the top 10 here. Another release “Crisis Feet” debuts on that airplay chart this week.

29      12      DECLAN MCKENNA   Why Do You Feel So Down      488.5 12      13      11

This is McKeena’s 2nd song from his debut to reach the UR top 15 and 4th to reach the BR250, peaking last week at #143.

116    13      DUA LIPA  IDGAF (I Don't Give A) 488.04         13      3        23

As she ascend to #1 on the Pop airplay chart in the U.S. this, the 7th single from her debut album in the UK, sits at #32 in airplay there.

21      14      GREEN DAY       Back In The U.S.A.        485.616       14      9        16

The previously unreleased track from the recent greatest hits album has received very little attention on radio, not even reaching the Rock airplay top 50.

19      15      LILY ALLEN f/ GIGGS          Trigger Bang        483.35         15      5        10

This song spends a 4th week on the BR250 and peaked at #125 last week.

11      16      TOM WALKER   Leave A Light On 482.84         11      7        14

Both of these tracks address drug issues. Co-writer Steve Mac is also responsible for Ed Sheeran’s “Shape Of You”, Pink’s “What About Us?” and Clean Bandit’s “Symphony”. This is Walker’s 1st song to reach the UK singles chart.

312    17      SIMPLE MINDS  Magic          481.71         17      1        16

Another band who have seen almost 40 years, their 1st album “Life In A Day” was released in March 1979. They have released 3 songs this month, this one on the poppier side, “The Signal And The Noise” more like their early 80’s new wave product and “Sense Of Discovery” a bit more ethereal, evoking the style of their 1989 album “Street Fighting Years”.

54      18      FIRST AID KIT   Fireworks   480.7 18      7        14

The Swedish sister folk duo released the album “Ruins” on Jan. 19. It debuted at #3 in the UK and #1 in Sweden. Both this and the AAA airplay top 15 song “It’s A Shame” are in this week’s BR250.

1        19      SUFJAN STEVENS       Tonya Harding     475.2 1(2)    5        10

More folk stylings here. Both this and “Mystery Of Love” peaked on the BR250 last week at #103 and #98 respectively.

10      20      KELLY CLARKSON    Medicine     467.2 10      7        9

Another song that peaked on last week’s BR250, at #130. This sounded like the perfect follow up radio song after “Love So Soft” but it looks like it’s going to be the ballad “I Don’t Think About You”.

15      21      KESHA       Learn To Let Go  465.56         5        21      15

148    22      KEALA SETTLE This Is Me   460.24         22      3        12

The soundtrack to “The Greatest Showman” is looking like a winner with 2 weeks at #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. This anthemic gospel-y ballad looks like the standout track and just won the Golden Globe for best song. It was also covered by Kesha in December showing off the vocal abilities she presented on “Praying”. Will radio jump on either, should be interesting to see.

12      23      YUNGBLUD        I Love You, Will You Marry Me       459.7 12      11      9

16      24      CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG         Deadly Valentine  451.44         5        15      12

14      25      SAM SMITH        One Last Song      442.434       7        9        16

Jan 22
Star factor abounds near the top of the BR250

While there is no change in the top 9 positions, #10 Bruno Mars & Cardi B along with #12 Justin Timberlake see large increases. They are the top 2 added 2 weeks in a row, with “Filthy” at the top both weeks. The other 2 new entries in the top 25 both feature Ed Sheeran. Eminem’s “River” at #18 and Taylor Swift’s “End Game” at #22, also featuring Future.

At #17 the Manic Street Preachers claim the only song in the top 250 that is not available on Spotify.

Outside the top 25 the 3rd most added song this week, the pairing of Liam Payne & Rita Ora, jumps 99-34, while right behind them is another pairing. The Calvin Harris remix of SZA’s “The Weekend” moves 63-35.

Country has another good week with a few new additional personal charters. This helps Maren Morris move to a new peak position, #32, with “I Could Use A Love Song” 85 weeks after it showed up on its first personal chart. 3 more titles by Thomas Rhett (37), Cam (38) and Brett Young (48) also join her in the top 50.

Jan 16
Call "I, Tonya" by his Name, Sufjan

The Untapped Resources 250, January 15 2018

28 1 SUFJAN STEVENS Tonya Harding The indie folk singer-songwriter from Detroit lands 2 songs in the top 10 this week. This one is unrelated to the movie “I, Tonya” although it was submitted for consideration but was passed on for the movie. His other entry at #6 is, however, a soundtrack song for another movie.

27 2 NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDS It's A Beautiful World Another two-fer, both former Oasis Gallagher brothers are featured in this week’s top 10. This band’s 3rd album “Who Built The Moon?” is also their 3rd to hit #1 in the UK.

4 3 NOTHING BUT THIEVES Particles The 4th song from the band’s current album “Broken Machine” to reach the BR250, this week it falls from #102-112.

54 4 BROCKHAMPTON Boogie This is the 13th song since last June by the band to show up on a personal chart. The danceable retro ditty is their 1st to grace the BR250, up to #93 this week.

68 5 LIAM GALLAGHER Come Back To Me His 5th BR250, again since June of last year, this one enters the top 100 this week at #96

17 6 SUFJAN STEVENS Mystery Of Love From the movie “Call Me By Your Name”, the song spends its 6th week in BR250.

15 7 CAM Diane An upsurge in country personal charts sees the other woman’s confessional move into the top 10 after 8 weeks in the top 25.

new 8 LIAM PAYNE & RITA ORA For You This year’s ‘Fifty Shades’ theme got 15 adds out of the box this week. Airplay will pick up so this could be the song’s only appearance on the UR250.

8 9 DAVID GUETTA & AFROJACKf/ CHARLI XCX & FRENCH MONTANA Dirty Sexy Money This star collaboration has performed best in Australia and France.

23 10 KELLY CLARKSON Medicine Her performance of the song on the fall season finale of “The Voice” may have helped spur the move to the top 10. The song’s swagger may also have something to do with it.

39 11 TOM WALKER Leave A Light On After a string of singles since mid 2016, this one is the 1st to enter the European Airplay top 50 from the UK singer-songwriter. Last year he reached the U.S. Hot AC top 25 with “Just You And I”.

64 12 YUNGBLUD I Love You, Will You Marry Me Yungblud is UK indie rocker Dominic Harrison. He’s been tooling around the BR250 for 2 months now with this reggae-influenced single. His follow up single “Tin Pan Boy” jumps to #43 on the UR250 this week as well.

44 13 THE WOMBATS Turn The UK band has a bonafide BR250 hit with “Lemon To A Knife Fight”, sitting at #15 on that chart and graduating from Untapped status. The follow up makes a nice move here and jumps to #148 on the BR250.

7 14 SAM SMITH One Last Song The 50’s/60’s retro doo-woppy song, and recent top 5 in UK airplay, moves to a new peak on the BR250 at #68.

12 15 KESHA Learn To Let Go While the European single release continues to slide, the next single pitched to pop radio in the U.S., “Woman”, moves into the top 25 at #23.

5 16 CHARLOTTE GAINSBOURG Deadly Valentine

237 17 MGMT When You Die Another foray into the sparse new wave sound of the early 80’s, the band just spent 4 weeks in the Beyond Radio top 10 with “Little Dark Age”.

52 18 KATE VOEGELE Shoot This Arrow The singer and actress goes more with current pop trends on her latest song.

95 19 LILY ALLEN f/ GIGGS Trigger Bang With an assist from grime artist Giggs, the low key song about substance abuse is her 1st since 2014.

13 20 JAX JONES f/ INA WROLDSEN Breathe The British DJ and producer has had a good 18 months, scoring 3 top 20 songs there, including this one.

14 21 GREEN DAY Back In The U.S.A. New song from the bands album “Greatest Hits: God’s Favorite Band”. No new ground broken here.

18 22 SUNFLOWER BEAN I Was A Fool Strummy dream pop from the NYC trio who typically have a female/male vocal interplay in most of their songs.

30 23 KESHA f/ THE DAP-KINGS HORNS Woman

90 24 STEPS I Will Love Again Along with the Fizz, filling the Abba void in 2017/18. This is their 5th BR250 entry in the past year.

36 25 JAMES ARTHUR Naked Arthur had a stellar year, scoring the international smash “Say You Won’t Let Go”. After its release in December, this song should be starting to impact U.S. HotAC this month.

Jan 8
I Imagine It's a Fine Time to be a Man from Portugal

Quiet action overall in the top 25 this week, though Portugal, The Man bring a 2nd song into the top 10 as ‘Live In The Moment” leaps 15-8. Imagine Dragons, after stalling just outside the top 25 for a month, move up 11 spots to #15 with “Whatever It Takes” while the polarizing “Thunder” also moves back into the top 20.

The best move in the upper reaches though belongs to the Wombats and “Lemon To A Knife Fight”, with a 32-18 move. The band’s most recent single before that, 2015’s “Emoticons”, was my #2 song of 2016, the first to reach my weekly top 40 after 11 tries.

Ed Sheeran, who remains at the top for a 6th week, is also part of the highest top 100 entry on Eminem’s “River” at #43. Close behind at #46 is the return of the seminal UK outfit Manic Street Preachers with “International Blue”.

This week’s chart is the last with major holiday music impact so I thought it would be fitting to present the top 50 Holiday songs as charted from Dec. 4-Jan. 8. The top 10 is a mix of new music from Sia, Gwen Stefani, Kelly Clarson and Lindsey Stirling along with perennial favorites. Of course Mariah at the top is no surprise.

1          MARIAH CAREY    All I Want For Christmas
2          MARIAH CAREY    The Star
3          WHAM           Last Christmas
4          SIA     Santa's Coming For Us
5          GWEN STEFANI f/ BLAKE SHELTON    You Make It Feel Like Christmas
6          THE POGUES           Fairytale Of New York
7          KELLY CLARKSON           Christmas Eve
8          SIA     Candy Cane Lane
9          LINDSEY STIRLING           Carol Of The Bells
10        LINDSEY STIRLING f/ BECKY G            Christmas C'mon
11        ECHOSMITH            Baby Don't Leave Me (All Alone On Christmas)
12        TARJA            O Come, O Come Emmanuel
13        SIA     Snowman
14        BAND AID    Do They Know It's Christmas
15        HANSON       Finally It's Christmas
16        TOM CHAPLIN        Under A Million Lights
17        LINDSEY STIRLING f/ SABRINA CARPENTER           You're A Mean One Mr. Grinch
18        LINDSEY STIRLING           Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy
19        DRAKE BELL           Jingle Bells
20        CHRIS REA   Driving Home For Christmas
21        MARIAH CAREY    Lil' Snowman
22        ECHOSMITH f/ HUNTER HAYES Merry Xmas (The War Is Over)
23        MARIAH CAREY    Miss You Most (At Christmastime)
24        GWEN STEFANI      Jingle Bells
25        PENTATONIX          Carol Of The Bells
26        PROSECCO SOCIALIST     This Dog's Just For Christmas (Not For Life)
27        PENTATONIX          Sleigh Ride
28        SKINNY LISTER      Christmas Calls
29        JON MCLAUGHLIN            Christmastime Is Here (But You're Not)
30        THE 69 EYES            Christmas In New York City
31        THEGIORNALISTI f/ RADIO DEEJAY ALL-STARS     Happy Christmas John
32        AMY MACDONALD           This Christmas Day
33        TARJA            O Tannenbaum
34        TARJA            Feliz Navidad
35        SHAKIN STEVENS  Merry Christmas Everyone
36        NICK JONAS f/ SHANIA TWAIN Say All You Want For Christmas
37        TAYLOR SWIFT       Santa Baby
38        AMERICA     Winter Holidays
39        SIA     Underneath The Mistletoe
40        PENTATONIX          Hallelujah
41        WIZZARD     I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday
42        SHADOW SHAKERS          Christmas Eve
43        HANSON       Everybody Knows The Claus
44        CARLY RAE JEPSEN          Last Christmas
45        AVERY SUNSHINE            I Never Knew Christmas
46        SLADE           Merry Xmas Everybody
47        PENTATONIX          God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
48        PENTATONIX          Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
49        JOSH GROBAN        Happy Xmas (The War Is Over)
50        TRAIN            Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

Twenty One Pilots ruled the month of January and that should continue into February with the phenomenal “Not Today”. One of the best pop songs I’ve heard in a long time. It also has had me delve into “Blurryface” which I did not do when it was ubiquitous in 2015/16.  “The Judge” moves into the top 100 at #87 and “Hometown” should make a splash in the coming weeks.

Another  older song moves up to #2 this week, Mary Go Round” by the Struts. The UK  retor glam act have had 2 #1’s including the 5 week reign of “Dirty Sexy Money” my #2 song of 2016. This makes the 4th song from their debut to reach my top 5. The current single “One Night Only” has been making slow and steady progress on my chart, this week at #27 in its 22nd week in the top 150.

Soap, a new band band formed by the ex-leader of Hard-Fi, move from 30-16 with “Golden Days. The former band had 14 songs reach my personal between 2005-12 including 2 #1’s “I Shall Overcome” and “Little Angel”.

The Partridge Family see 2 songs enter my top 25 this week, the reason will become evident in the coming weeks. Both of these were big for me in my formative years but were out before I started doing a personal chart. It’s nice to have them in my consciousness again.

 
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Hot Ac Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
21PINKBeautiful Trauma
12ED SHEERAN & BEYONCEPerfect
453JUSTIN TIMBERLAKEFilthy
34WALK THE MOONOne Foot
225IMAGINE DRAGONSWhatever It Takes
56ALICE MERTONNo Roots
197DUA LIPANew Rules
98PORTUGAL, THE MANFeel It Still
69NIALL HORANToo Much To Ask
1510U2Get Out Of Your Own Way

Monthly Pop  

LCTCArtistSong
11RITA ORAAnywhere
82BRUNO MARS & CARDI BFinesse
433TROYE SIVANMy My My!
64JUSTIN TIMBERLAKEFilthy
115LIAM PAYNE & RITA ORAFor You
26CAMILA CABELLO f/ YOUNG THUGHavana
57CHARLIE PUTHHow Long
38DUA LIPANew Rules
49SELENA GOMEZ & MARSHMELLOWolves
910SIGRIDStrangers

Monthly Dance  

LCTCArtistSong
1841KYLIE MINOGUEDancing
32TOVE LODisco Tits
83JAX JONES f/ INA WROLDSENBreathe
134ONE BIT & NOAH CYRUSMy Way
15MIKAIt's My House
26GEORGE FITZGERALDBurns
67CLIENT LIASON f/ TINA ARENAA Foreign Affair
218HERCULES AND LOVE AFFAIR f/ ROUGE MARYRejoice
159PENGUIN PRISONTurn It Up
910MARTIN GARRIX & DAVID GUETTA f/ JAMIE SCOTT & ROMYSo Far Away

Monthly Urban  

LCTCArtistSong
41SZA & CALVIN HARRISThe Weekend
12EMINEM f/ ED SHEERANRiver
33NFLet You Down
194KENDRICK LAMAR f/ SZAAll The Stars
25N.E.R.D. & RIHANNALemon
76G-EAZY f/ A$AP ROCKY & CARDI B.No Limit
87BROCKHAMPTONBoogie
118G-EAZY & HALSEYHim & I
59KENDRICK LAMARLove
910MIGUEL f/ TRAVIS SCOTTSky Walker

Rock Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
11STONE TEMPLE PILOTSMeadow
22A PERFECT CIRCLEThe Doomed
43GREEN DAYBack In The U.S.A.
34FOO FIGHTERSThe Sky Is A Neighborhood
65ROYAL BLOODI Only Lie When I Love You
56METALLICASpit Out The Bone
117GRETA VAN FLEETSafari Song
148RISE AGAINSTHouse On Fire
339BREAKING BENJAMINRed Cold River
710ROYAL BLOODHow Did We Get So Dark?

Country Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
81CHRIS STAPLETONBroken Halos
32CAMDiane
63SCOTTY MCCREERYFive More Minutes
74LAUREN ALAINADoin' Fine
25THOMAS RHETTMarry Me
116LUKE BRYANMost People Are Good
17MAREN MORRISI Could Use A Love Song
128MIDLANDMake A Little
109JON PARDIShe Ain't In It
1510RUSSELL DICKERSONYours

Ac Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
11ED SHEERAN & BEYONCEPerfect
1202KYLIE MINOGUEDancing
23PALOMA FAITHGuilty
304KEALA SETTLEThis Is Me
45SAM SMITHOne Last Song
226CALUM SCOTTYou Are The Reason
127TOTOAlone
38PAT BENATARDancing Through The Wreckage
599JORJA SMITH f/ STORMZYLet Me Down
910TONI BRAXTONDeadwood

Alternative Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
21THE WOMBATSLemon To A Knife Fight
12MGMTLittle Dark Age
253THE VACCINESI Can't Quit
44PORTUGAL, THE MANLive In The Moment
55THE KILLERSRun For Cover
76AWOLNATIONPassion
37FRANZ FERDINANDAlways Ascending
68IMAGINE DRAGONSWhatever It Takes
89WALK THE MOONOne Foot
1010TAME IMPALAList Of People (To Try And Forget About)

Aaa Monthly Ranking  

LCTCArtistSong
11PORTUGAL, THE MANLive In The Moment
32MANIC STREET PREACHERSInternational Blue
43ST. VINCENTLos Ageless
24NOEL GALLAGHER'S HIGH FLYING BIRDSHoly Mountain
55BASTILLEWorld Gone Mad
126LIAM GALLAGHERCome Back To Me
77U2Get Out Of Your Own Way
98BRANDI CARLILEThe Joke
229FIRST AID KITFireworks
2610FIRST AID KITIt's A Shame