Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Eagles' Long Road Out Of Eden "Appears" to Be a Huge Seller

There's a problem in the new era of music merchandising. Stores that hold exclusives with bands sometimes don't want anyone to know how many units they've moved.

Such is the case with Wal-Mart and this week's release of the first Eagles album in 28 years. While a final decision has not been made, the company is yet to report any first day sales on the album and has, in the past, refrained from doing so (i.e. Garth Brook's exclusives).

The album would only be eligible to appear on the Billboard Top Comprehensive Albums Chart as only product that is generally available can appear on the main chart, the Top 200.

So far, nothing has been announced and Wal-Mart has until the end of the week to make the decision on releasing the sales figures. According to ABC News Radio, Wal-Mart has told them that "Eden posted the best first-day total "by far" for that chain, which includes Sam's Club stores. The source did not reveal that total, but said it exceeded projections by 50%."

Nominees Announced for 2007 Billboard Touring Awards

Reunion tours by the Police and Genesis are finalists in the 2007 Billboard Touring Awards. Presented on November 15, the Touring Awards are given to the artists who scored best on the magazine's Boxscore Chart from January 1 to September 30. Additional awards are given to top venues, festivals, promoters, agencies and managers.

The three categories that include classic artists:

TOP TOUR
  • Genesis - Turn It On Again
  • Justin Timberlake - FutureSex/LoveShow
  • Police - Reunion Tour

TOP DRAW
  • Justin Timberlake - FutureSex/LoveShow
  • Kenny Chesney - Flip Flop Summer Tour
  • Police - Reunion Tour

TOP BOXSCORE
  • Bonnaroo
  • Download Festival (U.K.)
  • Prince at the O2 in London

Short Takes - Joe Jackson, Temptations

Joe Jackson will release his first album in five years, Rain, on January 29 via Rykodisc. Playing on the album are bassist Graham Moby and drummer Dave Houghton, two of the three other members of Jackson's original band.

The album was made at Planet Roc Studios in Berlin, Germany. The group will tour in support of the album early next year.

Otis Williams of the Temptations is suing three other former members of the group claiming that he is the only one allowed to use the group name.

Named in the suit are Glenn Leonard, Ali Woodson and Barrington Henderson who have been performing under the names Legendary Lead Singers of the Temptations and The Temptations Reunion Show.
Barbra Streisand will attend a private party for the grand opening of the new Planet Hollywood Resort in Las Vegas. Earth, Wind and Fire will be the featured entertainment.

Steve Miller Band Set to Release First Live DVD

The Steve Miller Band have been rockin' the world since 1968, but they've never released a live DVD. That will change on December 4 when Steve Miller Band: Live in Chicago hits the shelves from Koch.

The two-DVD/one-CD set will include footage from two sold-out shows from 32 high definition cameras. Included in the concert are many of the band's greatest hits along with classic album tracks.

The second DVD includes a documentary with Miller driving around Chicago to important places in his career, a Joel Selvin radio interview with Miller and a photo gallery.

The CD contains twelve songs from the concert.

U.K. release for the set is February 25th.

The track listing:

DVD
  • Fly Like An Eagle
  • Living In The USA
  • True Fine Love
  • Abracadabra
  • Mercury Blues
  • The Stake
  • Shu Ba Du Ma Ma Ma Ma
  • Boom Bapa Boom
  • All Your Lovin'
  • Crossroads
  • Serenade
  • Dance, Dance, Dance
  • Wild Mountain Honey
  • Winter Time
  • Rock'N Me
  • Take The Money And Run
  • The Joker
  • Swingtown
  • Jungle Love
  • Jet Airliner
CD
  • Rock'N Me
  • The Joker
  • The Stake
  • Jungle Love
  • Serenade
  • Take The Money And Run
  • Jet Airliner
  • Shu Ba Da Du Ma Ma Ma Ma
  • Fly Like An Eagle
  • Abracadabra
  • Winter Time
  • Wild Mountain Honey

Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Robert Goulet (1933 - 2007)

Robert Goulet, who's career encompassed Broadway, recording, television and film, passed away early Tuesday at the age of 73. He had been awaiting a lung transplant due to a rare form of pulmonary fibrosis.

Goulet's entertainment career started during the 50's in his native Canada where he hosted General Electric's Showtime. His international fame began in 1960 when he took the role of Sir Lancelot opposite Julie Andrews and Richard Burton in Lerner & Lowe's Camelot, a show to which he would return throughout his career both in the original part and as King Arthur.

In 1962, Goulet won the Grammy Award for Best New Artist and had his first, though minor, hit with What Kind of Fool an I? Two years later, he would have his biggest hit with My Love Forgive Me which reached number sixteen. His albums were perennial sellers to the adult contemporary crowd with three making it to the top ten on the album charts and eighteen charting overall.

On Broadway, Goulet won the Best Actor in a Musical Tony Award for 1968's The Happy Time and also appeared in the 1993 revival of Camelot, Moon Over Buffalo (1995) and the revival of La Cage aux Folles (2005). In touring shows, he starred in such popular musicals as Carousel, Finnian's Rainbow and South Pacific.

Goulet's last live performance was on September 15 in his one-man show, A Man and His Music.

Cliff Richard Leads the Way to New Marketing for Downloads

The Cliff Richard Organization and EMI Music are teaming up for a unique promotion for Richard's new release, Love, The Album.

Richard's fans are rather old school and not as prone to downloading, but the companies want to change that with this release. The initial price for the download of the album will be 7.99 pounds (about $16); however, the price that everyone pays will go down as the number of pre-orders goes up. Although they are not giving exact numbers, if a certain threshold is passed, the price could drop as low as 3.99 pounds (about $8).

Richard has become an unlikely leader in the campaign for industry change. He was in the forefront of the fight to change British copyright laws and is now leading the way into new marketing in the new media.

"Who'd have thought I'd get a buzz from creative marketing?," he said. "As artists we face a stark choice. We either keep one step ahead of the technology which is changing our industry so radically, or we throw up our hands and quit. Personally I'm not for quitting."

The Who Look at Subscription Service, 2008 Tour

In another sign of the music industry's shift from selling music to selling merchandise, the Who have announced that they will start a subscription service on their Website (www.thewho.com). For $50 per year, subscribers will gain access to every song ever recorded by the group, View From a Backstage Pass (double-CD of unreleased unreleased live performances), message boards, streaming video, Pete Townshend's blog, early notification on tours and new releases, and a 20% discount on all Who merchandise.

The service is scheduled to go live on November 5.

Mainwhile, Roger Daltry says that the group is ready to hit the road again in 2008. He told Reuters, "I think we'll do some shows next year. We just finished 13 months of touring all over the States and Europe, and are probably due to go back to Japan and Australia next year. So we'll see what happens there."

The group was last in those two countries in 2004; however, that was the first time they had been in Australia in 36 years.

Elvis Presley Richest Dead Celebrity on Forbes List

Forbes magazine regularly publishes list of the richest people in various endeavors, but one of their strangest is the annual list of the dead celebrity who has made the most money.

Topping the list is Elvis Presley whose work, products and name generated $49 million dollars over the last twelve months. John Lennon was second with $44 million and George Harrison fourth at $22 million.

Presley was second last year behind Kurt Cobain, who fell off the list. It was the only year that he was not number once since the list first appeared in 2001.

The top moneymakers:

  1. Elvis Presley - $49 million
  2. John Lennon - $44 million
  3. Charles Schulz - $35 million
  4. George Harrison - $22 million
  5. Albert Einstein - $18 million
  6. Andy Warhol - $15 million
  7. Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) - $13 million
  8. Tupac Shakur - $9 million
  9. Marilyn Monroe - $7 million
  10. Steve McQueen - $6 million
  11. James Brown - $5 million
  12. Bob Marley - $4 million
  13. James Dean - $3.5 million

Country Music Hall of Fame Ceremony Inducts Three

Vince Gill, Mel Tillis and Ralph Emery became the three newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday night in Nashville. Their names were first announced back in early-August but they had to wait for the induction ceremony which, in the past, had been done at the CMA awards but are now relegated to a separate occasion.

TV and radio host Emery was inducted first with Raul Malo singing You Gave Me a Mountain, a song written by Marty Robbins who was Emery's most frequent guest. Other performers included the Gaither Vocal Band, Con Hunley and Ray Stevens performing Everything is Beautiful.

Gill's section of the ceremony was highlighted by a duet between Rodney Crowell and Emmylou Harris on Some Things Never Get Old, a performance of Go Rest High On the Mountain by Michael McDonald, Guy Clark with The Randall Knife and Al Anderson with Next Big Thing.

Bill Anderson made the induction speech for Gill, talking at length about how he thought his songwriting days were well past before he started co-writing with Vince. "[The pairing] opened up a door for me in Nashville I was afraid was closed forever."

Mel Tillis was honored not only for his performing, but also for his songwriting as was shown with performances by Bobby Bare of his 1963 Tillis-penned hit Detroit City and Kenny Rogers with Ruby, Don't Take Your Love to Town. Dierks Bentley performed I Ain't Never, a 1959 hit for Webb Pierce that was written by Tillis and Mel's daughter, Pam, sang one of her father's biggest hits, Coca Cola Cowboy.

Little Jimmy Dickens made the actual induction, praising Tillis for his live performances "because he does it with pride, dignity and character. . . . When he steps on the stage, he upgrades country music."

In his acceptance speech, Tillis spoke of how Porter Wagoner had been a major part of the early part of his career. "I worked on his show for about six months. I got an awful lot of [fan] mail, and he fired me."

The death of Wagoner, which had occurred while the ceremony was taking place, was not announced during the proceedings.

Monday, October 29, 2007

Donovan Opening Trancendental Meditation University

Donovan, along with filmmaker David Lynch, is opening a British university for the teaching of Transcendental Meditation. The Invincible Donovan University will be located in either Glasgow or Edinburgh, Scotland.

According to the singer, the Maharishi told him that he should build a university in Edinburgh back in 1968. This then, he has thought about it but didn't have the means to complete the project. That's where David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Mulholand Drive) came in. Lynch taught Donovan about the positive effect that TM can have on violence, crime and stress in an educational setting, and it refocused his efforts towards the goal.

The two are now touring and talking on their strong beliefs in TM and promoting the work of the David Lynch Foundation at the schools and universities.

The pair are also working with the Scottish authorities to try to get the university accredited.

Donovan told the Associated Press, "I know it sounds like an airy-fairy hippie dream to go on about '60s peace and love. But the world is ready for this now, it is clear this is the time."

Lynch added, "For a country the size of Scotland it would take only 250 students meditating to protect Scotland from its enemies and to bring peace, to stop violence and drug abuse. That is just a byproduct of the students meditating together."

Petition to Get Melanie Into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

An online petition to urge the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame to induct Melanie is garnering quite a bit of support as over 1,000 people have signed to date.

While she may not have been the first person to come to mind as overlooked, the petition builds a very good case:

…WHY ? …BECAUSE:

1). MELANIE HAS SOLD MORE THAN 80 MILLION RECORDS !

2). MELANIE’S “BRAND NEW KEY” WAS A #1 HIT IN THE U.S. ~ CANADA ~ SOUTH AFRICA ~and~ AUSTRALIA IN 1971 !

3). MELANIE WAS THE TOP SELLING RECORDING ARTIST IN THE WORLD IN 1971 !

4). MELANIE WAS AWARDED BILLBOARD’S #1 TOP FEMALE VOCALIST IN 1972 !

5). MELANIE WAS AWARDED TWO GOLD ALBUMS !

6). MELANIE WON AN EMMY IN 1989 FOR TELEVISION’S ‘BEAUTY & THE BEAST’ !

7). MELANIE WAS THE FIRST SOLO/POP/ROCK ARTIST EVER TO APPEAR BEFORE THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF THE UNITED NATIONS !

8). MELANIE WAS THE FIRST SOLO/POP/ROCK ARTIST EVER TO APPEAR AT CARNEGIE HALL.

9). UNICEF APPOINTED MELANIE AS THEIR OFFICIAL SPOKESPERSON AND AMBASSADOR IN 1972 !

10). MELANIE WAS THE FIRST SOLO/POP/ROCK ARTIST EVER TO APPEAR AT THE METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE !

11). MELANIE WAS THE FIRST SOLO/POP/ROCK ARTIST EVER TO APPEAR AT THE SYDNEY OPERA HOUSE !

12). MELANIE’S APPEARANCE AT THE 1969 WOODSTOCK FESTIVAL PROMPTED THE NOW COMMON PHENOMENON OF SIGNALING AN ARTIST FOR AN ENCORE BY HOLDING UP SOME FORM OF LIGHT: (Then it was with a candle, which emerged into lighters, now it’s cel phones) ! (The Song was “Candles In The Rain”)

13). MELANIE WAS THE ONLY ARTIST TO BRAVE THE COURT INJUNCTION AND PERFORMED AT THE POWDER RIDGE ROCK FESTIVAL IN 1970 !

14). MELANIE WAS THE SECOND ARTIST (after The Beatles) TO HAVE THREE SEPARATE SINGLES ON BILLBOARD MAGAZINE’S HOT 100 CHART AT THE SAME TIME <> (“BRAND NEW KEY“, “RING THE LIVING BELL” ~and~ “THE NICKEL SONG“) !

15). MELANIE WAS THE YOUNGEST FEMALE SOLO/POP/ROCK ARTIST TO SELL-OUT THE CONCERTGEBOUW IN AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS !

16). MELANIE’S SONGS HAVE BEEN COVERED BY: CHER ~ DOLLY PARTON ~ MACY GRAY ~ THE NEW SEEKERS ~ RAY CHARLES ~ BILLIE JO SPEARS ~and~ MOTT THE HOOPLE !

…IT IS WITH HER LEGENDARY STATUS, HER INFLUENTIAL AND SIGNIFICANT INSPIRATIONAL IMPACT ON THE EVOLUTION, DEVELOPMENT AND PERPETUATION OF ROCK AND ROLL, AND HER CONTRIBUTION TO THE WORLD OF MUSIC IN GENERAL, THAT WE URGE YOU, THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME FOUNDATION, TO STRONGLY CONSIDER MELANIE SAFKA SCHEKERYK (“MELANIE”) FOR INCLUSION AND INDUCTION INTO THE ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME !

Melanie's recording career started in 1969 with the release of her first solo album, Born to Be, which she supported at the Woodstock Music and Arts Festival.

It wasn't until her third album a year later, Candles in the Rain, that her career started to take off. The title song hit number six and was followed later in the year by the live album, Leftover Wine and the top forty hit Peace Will Come (According to Plan).

By this time, her label (Buddah) had forced her to release four albums in two years and she was left wanting more control of her career. Melanie started her own label, Neighborhood, and released her biggest single, Brand New Key, which reached the top of the charts.

Unfortunately, the break from her original label was not smooth and, when she released her next album on Neighborhood (Gather Me), they released an album of material from the shelves (Garden in the City). The two albums, along with their two singles (Ring the Living Bell and Nickel Song) damaged Melanie's career by oversaturating the store shelves and airwaves. She recorded a few more albums during the decade, but never again up to her previous sales.

After some time off, Melanie reemerged in the late-80's with her music for the TV series Beauty and the Beast. Since that time, she has periodically toured, currently with the support of her son, Beau Jarred, on guitar.

Melanie's official website is at www.melaniesmusic.com. Petition support sites include www.letherin.org.

Porter Wagoner (1927 - 2007)

Country music legend Porter Wagoner passed away Sunday evening at the Alive Hospice in Nashville where he had just been moved after being diagnosed with advanced lung cancer. He was 80.

Wagoner got his first big brake in 1952 when he was hired by RCA. For the first two years, his records did not sell well, but he got experience touring and in writing, including Carl Smith's 1953 hit Trademark.

He first cracked the country charts in late-1954 with Company's Comin', which peaked at number seven. His next release, A Satified Mind, would be the first of his three records to make number one on the country charts.

Much of Wagoner's early success came from exposure on ABC television's Ozark Jubilee, which he stayed with until 1956 when he moved to Nashville. The next year he became of member of the Grand Ole Opry and, in 1960, had one of the earliest syndicated television shows which eventually appeared on over one hundred stations and stayed on the air until 1981.

One of Wagoner's singing partners on the show from the beginning was Norma Jean, who had a number of country hits of her own. When she left the show in 1967, Wagoner went on a talent search that eventually found twenty-year-old Dolly Parton. Their partnership on the show and on record lasted for seven years and produced fourteen top ten hits.

Between his solo hits and those with Parton, Wagoner reached number one three times (A Satified Mind, Misery Loves Company, Please Don't Stop Loving Me), the top ten an additional 25 times and the top forty a total of 65 times.

Wagoner made it into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2002 (three years after Parton) and had recently started a revival of his career through the album Wagonmaster and appearances with artists like the White Stripes.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

Short Takes - Neil Young, Ringo Starr, Woodstock Museum

The sets at this year's Bridge School Benefit, put on by Neil Young and his wife, were very eclectic. Young, himself, stayed away from the "hits", choosing instead to concentrate on tracks from Chrome Dreams II. Metallica, as headliners, stunned the crowd by doing five covers in their eight-song set, including Rare Earth's I Just Want to Celebrate, Dire Straits' Brothers in Arms and Nazareth's Please Don't Judas Me. Jerry Lee Lewis, on the other hand, got the crowd going with his signature songs.

$1 million in funding was pulled by the federal government for the Museum at Bethel Woods in Bethel, New York. The museum will include a history and memorabilia from the 1969 Woodstock Festival and will sit near the location of the original main stage.

The museum already has $15 million from the state of New York, but the federal grant was defeated 52-42 in the senate. Senators Clinton and Schumer from New York had sought the funding. Republican John McCain almost immediately latched onto the defeat with a campaign ad mocking Clinton by juxtaposing psychedelic images with those of him strapped to a bed in a POW camp in Vietnam.

Quentin Tarentino says he wants to put Ringo Starr in one of his upcoming movies.

"I'd pick Elvis over the Beatles any day, but there's something special about Ringo. I've always thought he had the best stage presence in the band," he told the Liverpool Echo.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Chart Watch - October 26, 2007

Our weekly recap of classic artists on the current music charts. Chart highlights:
  • Bruce Springsteen's Magic rises one place back into the number one spot on the album charts after a week at number two. Both Springteen and Reba McEntire's Duets are showing some decent staying power, with McEntire's album rising a spot for the second week in a row.
  • Carlos Santana bags the tenth top ten album of his career with the retrospective Ultimate Santana.
  • George Strait moves from eleven to nine on the Country Singles chart with his How 'Bout Them Cowgirls. That's his 76th top ten hit on that chart.
  • Kraftwerk returns to the charts this week with the number nine Dance Single, Aerodynamik. The song is a reentry from 2004 when it reached number four.
  • The Brian Setzer Orchestra is also back on the charts after a couple of years absence, but this time its the Classical Crossover chart. Their Wolfgang's Big Night Out, with versions of classical pieces done in a big band style, sits at number four.
  • The British singles charts have always been a bit different, with rereleases of older records mixed in with the latest hits. This week is no different as Elvis Presley, Phil Collins and Kenny Rogers all have songs within the Top 25.

Top 100 Albums

Top 50 R&B Albums
  • #12 - Funk This - Chaka Khan - No Change (4 weeks)
  • #23 - Love, Luther - Luther Vandross - Premier (1 week)

Top 50 R&B Singles
  • #23 - Baby - Angie Stone featuring Betty Wright - Down from #22 (13 weeks)
  • #30 - Angel - Chaka Khan - Up from #31 (11 weeks)
  • #48 - DJ Don't - Gerald Levert - Down from #39 (28 weeks)

Top 25 Country Albums

Top 25 Country Singles
  • #9 - How 'Bout Them Cowgirls - George Strait - Up from #11 (11 weeks)

Top 20 Mainstream Rock Tracks
  • #14 - Not Going Away - Ozzy Osbourne - No change (14 weeks)

Top 20 Adult Contemporary Singles
  • #7 - (You Want to) Make a Memory - Bon Jovi - Down from #5 (19 weeks)
  • #10 - How Long - Eagles - No change (9 weeks)

Top 25 Dance Club Play
  • #1 - Disrespectful - Chaka Khan Featuring Mary J. Blige - No change (6 weeks)
  • #11 - Two Times Blue - Debbie Harry vs. Soulseekerz - Up from #13 (6 weeks)
  • #23 - But Beautiful - Billie Holliday - Down from #14 (11 weeks)

Top 10 Dance Singles Sales
  • #9 - Aerodynamik - Kraftwerk - Reentry (10 weeks)

Top 25 Pop Catalog Albums

Top 10 Rock Albums
  • #1 - Magic - Bruce Springsteen - Up from #2 (3 weeks)
  • #4 - Ultimate Santana - Santana - Premier (1 week)
  • #8 - Complete - Eric Clapton - Down from #5 (2 weeks)

Top 15 Jazz Albums

Top 15 Contemporary Jazz Albums


Top 10 Classical Crossover Albums

Top 25 Holiday Albums

Top 40 British Albums
  • #3 - Complete - Eric Clapton - Down from #2 (2 weeks)
  • #7 - Hits - Phil Collins - Up from #10 (5 weeks)
  • #9 - Best of Friends - Jools Holland - Premier (1 week)
  • #10 - Magic - Bruce Springsteen - Down from #4 (3 weeks)
  • #12 - Live - R.E.M. - Premier (1 week)
  • #13 - Classic Songs My Way - Paul Anka - Premier (1 week)
  • #21 - The Turn - Alison Moyet - Premier (1 week)
  • #25 - Dylan - Bob Dylan - Down from #20 (3 weeks)
  • #35 - Number 1's - Stevie Wonder - Down from #23 (2 weeks)
  • #39 - Songs of Mass Destruction - Annie Lennox - Down from #18 (3 weeks)

Top 40 British Singles
  • #16 - Wear My Ring Around Your Neck - Elvis Presley - Premier (1 week)
  • #17 - In the Air Tonight - Phil Collins - Down from #14 (8 weeks)
  • #22 - The Gambler - Kenny Rogers - Premier (1 week)

Last.FM Top 20 Tracks by Classic Artists
  • #1 - Stairway to Heaven - Led Zeppelin - No Change - 8,974 listeners
  • #2 - Wish You Were Here - Pink Floyd - No Change - 8,713
  • #3 - Let It Be - Beatles - No Change - 8,154
  • #4 - Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds - Beatles - No Change - 7,800
  • #5 - Hey Jude - Beatles - Up from #7 - 7,728
  • #6 - Come Together - Beatles - No Change - 7,574
  • #7 - Love Will Tear Us Apart - Joy Division - Down from #5 - 7,570
  • #8 - Comfortably Numb - Pink Floyd - Up from #9 - 7,201
  • #9 - Yesterday - Beatles - Down from #8 - 7,186
  • #10 - Eleanor Rigby - Beatles - No Change - 7,080
  • #11 - Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen - No Change - 6,962
  • #12 - Money - Pink Floyd - No Change - 6,945
  • #13 - All You Need is Love - Beatles - No Change - 6,932
  • #14 - Help! - Beatles - No Change - 6,812
  • #15 - Something - Beatles - Up from #16- 6,633
  • #16 - Here Comes the Sun - Beatles - Up from #17 - 6,518
  • #17 - While My Guitar Gently Weeps - Beatles - Up from #18 - 6,474
  • #18 - Time - Pink Floyd - Down from #15 - 6,456
  • #19 - Immigrant Song - Led Zeppelin - No Change - 6,226
  • #20 - Yellow Submarine - Beatles - No Change - 6,188

Last.FM Top 20 Classic Artists
  • #1 - Beatles - No change - 74,280 Listeners
  • #2 - Red Hot Chili Peppers - No change - 64,547
  • #3 - Metallica - No change - 49,569
  • #4 - Pink Floyd - No change - 45,785
  • #5 - Led Zeppelin - No change - 39,020
  • #6 - Queen - No change - 38,120
  • #7 - U2 - No change - 37,060
  • #8 - Cure - No change - 36,602
  • #9 - David Bowie - No change - 33,410
  • #10 - Bob Dylan - No change - 32,121
  • #11 - Rolling Stones - No change - 31,246
  • #12 - Depeche Mode - No change - 30,682
  • #13 - R.E.M. - No change - 28,687
  • #14 - Johnny Cash - No change - 27,159
  • #15 - Iron Maiden - No change - 26,625
  • #16 - Doors - No change - 26,573
  • #17 - AC/DC - No change - 26,029
  • #18 - Madonna - No change - 24,463
  • #19 - Clash - No change - 24,276
  • #20 - Smiths - Premier - 23,772

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