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The most popular artists, songs and albums of the month, 3 month, 6 months and year [#529-#576]

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Velvet RevolverVelvet Revolver
  • #1139

    Song Come In, Come On - Velvet Revolver
  • #855

    Album Fantastic Four - The Album (Soundtrack)
  • 530
    DevilDriverDevilDriver
  • #1140

    Song End of The Line
  • #856

    Album The Fury of Our Maker's Hand
  • 531
    Vampires Everywhere!Vampires Everywhere!
  • #1141

    Song Undead Heart
  • #857

    Album Kiss the Sun Goodbye
  • 532
    Local NativesLocal Natives
  • #1144

    Song Airplanes
  • #859

    Album Gorilla Manor
  • 533
    ChicChic
  • #1147

    Song Good Times
  • #862

    Album Risque
  • 534
    Digital UndergroundDigital Underground
  • #1148

    Song No Nose Job
  • #863

    Album Sons of the P
  • 535
    SilversteinSilverstein
  • #1151

    Song My Heroine
  • #865

    Album Discovering the Waterfront
  • 536
    BlindsideBlindside
  • #1153

    Song Fell in Love with the Game
  • #868

    Album The Great Depression
  • 537
    Calle 13Calle 13
  • #1154

    Song Tango del Pecado (ft. Bajofondo Tango Club & Panasuyo)
  • #869

    Album Residente o Visitante
  • 538
    PrimusPrimus
  • #1155

    Song Tragedy's A' Comin'
  • #870

    Album Green Naugahyde
  • 539
    Sarah McLachlanSarah McLachlan
  • #1157

    Song Possession
  • #871

    Album Closer: The Best of Sarah McLachlan
  • 540
    Camera ObscuraCamera Obscura
  • #1158

    Song French Navy
  • #872

    Album My Maudlin Career
  • 541
    AnthraxAnthrax
  • #1159

    Song Room for One More
  • #873

    Album Sound of White Noise
  • 542
    JewelJewel
  • #1160

    Song I Do
  • #874

    Album Perfectly Clear
  • 543
    Grace Potter & the NocturnalsGrace Potter & the Nocturnals
  • #1162

    Song Tiny Light
  • #876

    Album Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
  • 544
    Yo La TengoYo La Tengo
  • #1163

    Song From a Motel 6
  • #877

    Album Painful
  • 545
    Lou ReedLou Reed
  • #1164

    Song Hookywooky
  • #878

    Album Set the Twilight Reeling
  • 546
    White TownWhite Town
  • #1165

    Song Your Woman
  • #879

    Album Women in Technology
  • 547
    RZARZA
  • #1166

    Song You Can't Stop Me Now (ft. Inspectah Deck)
  • #880

    Album Digi Snacks
  • 548
    Anthony GreenAnthony Green
  • #1171

    Song Get Yours While You Can
  • #882

    Album Beautiful Things
  • 549
    The FrayThe Fray
  • #1177

    Song Heartbeat
  • #885

    Album Scars & Stories
  • 550
    Spice GirlsSpice Girls
  • #1186

    Song Wannabe
  • #887

    Album Spice
  • 551
    U2U2
  • #1198

    Song With Or Without You
  • #894

    Album The Joshua Tree
  • 552
    StaindStaind
  • #1199

    Song It's Been Awhile
  • #895

    Album Break the Cycle
  • 553
    The WreckersThe Wreckers
  • #1210

    Song Leave the Pieces
  • #898

    Album Stand Still, Look Pretty
  • 554
    Lita FordLita Ford
  • #1213

    Song Close My Eyes Forever
  • #900

    Album Greatest Hits (Live)
  • 555
    Debbie GibsonDebbie Gibson
  • #1214

    Song Lost In Your Eyes
  • #902

    Album Ms. Vocalist
  • 556
    GwarGwar
  • #1218

    Song Saddam a Go-Go
  • #907

    Album This Toilet Earth
  • 557
    Every AvenueEvery Avenue
  • #1248

    Song Fall Apart
  • #913

    Album Bad Habits
  • 558
    The Flaming LipsThe Flaming Lips
  • #1251

    Song She Don't Use Jelly
  • #916

    Album Transmissions from the Satellite Heart
  • 559
    Fat JoeFat Joe
  • #1253

    Song Make It Rain (ft. Lil Wayne)
  • #917

    Album Me, Myself & I
  • 560
    Master PMaster P
  • #1255

    Song I Need Dubs (ft. Lil' Romeo)
  • #918

    Album Ghetto Bill
  • 561
    WingerWinger
  • #1268

    Song Down Incognito
  • #929

    Album Pull
  • 562
    Alice in ChainsAlice in Chains
  • #1278

    Song Check My Brain
  • #936

    Album Black Gives Way to Blue
  • 563
    Mayday ParadeMayday Parade
  • #1304

    Song Oh Well, Oh Well
  • #944

    Album Mayday Parade
  • 564
    Kina GrannisKina Grannis
  • #1308

    Song In Your Arms
  • #945

    Album Stairwells
  • 565
    We Came as RomansWe Came as Romans
  • #1309

    Song Mis/Understanding
  • #946

    Album Understanding What We've Grown to Be
  • 566
    James DurbinJames Durbin
  • #1310

    Song Love Me Bad
  • #947

    Album Memories of a Beautiful Disaster
  • 567
    Deer TickDeer Tick
  • #1311

    Song Main Street
  • #948

    Album Divine Providence
  • 568
    The CureThe Cure
  • #1322

    Song The Caterpillar
  • #951

    Album The Top
  • 569
    Faith No MoreFaith No More
  • #1324

    Song Epic
  • #952

    Album The Real Thing
  • 570
    SeetherSeether
  • #1326

    Song Rise Above This
  • #955

    Album Finding Beauty In Negative Spaces
  • 571
    Theory of a DeadmanTheory of a Deadman
  • #1327

    Song So Happy
  • #956

    Album Scars and Souvenirs
  • 572
    The Dresden DollsThe Dresden Dolls
  • #1328

    Song Night Reconnaissance
  • #957

    Album No, Virginia
  • 573
    Calvin RichardsonCalvin Richardson
  • #1329

    Song Sang No More
  • #958

    Album When Love Comes
  • 574
    Leona LewisLeona Lewis
  • #1330

    Song Better In Time
  • #959

    Album Spirit
  • 575
    Jonas BrothersJonas Brothers
  • #1331

    Song Tonight
  • #960

    Album A Little Bit Longer
  • 576
    AtreyuAtreyu
  • #1334

    Song Storm To Pass
  • #963

    Album Congregation of the Damned
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    Velvet Revolver - top artists list [#529]

    Velvet Revolver

    Velvet Revolver is an American hard rock group consisting of former Guns N' Roses members Slash, Duff McKagan, and Matt Sorum, alongside Dave Kushner formerly of punk band Wasted Youth and Stone Temple Pilots vocalist Scott Weiland who left the band in 2008. [velvetrevolver.com]

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  • Hard rock
  • Come In, Come On - Velvet Revolver - one of the best Velvet Revolver songs, top songs list [#1139]

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    Film News Roundup: Jodie Foster to Direct, Star in Remake of Icelandic Thriller
    In today’s film news roundup, Jodie Foster is remaking Iceland’s “Woman at War,” the Art Directors Guild honors production designers Anthony Masters and Ben Carre, “47 Meters Down: Uncaged” gets cast and Melissa Takal directs “New Year New You” for Hulu. PROJECT ANNOUNCEMENT Jodie Foster will direct, co-produce and star in an English-language remake of […]
    Phil Proctor Recalls Firesign Flared From Sunset Strip Riots
    When the Firesign Theatre’s first comedy album, “Waiting for the Electrician or Someone Like Him,” was released in 1968, Rolling Stone rated the Los Angeles-based sketch comedy foursome as “the funniest team in America today.” With two of the team’s principals, Peter Bergman and Phil Austin, deceased, the creative mantle of the Grammy-nominated group’s freewheeling […]
    Michael Uslan’s U2K Becomes Asia-Hollywood Formats Pipeline (EXCLUSIVE)
    Michael and David Uslan, the father and son producing team with credits that include “The Dark Knight” and “Sabrina: Secrets of a Teenage Witch” have struck a cluster of deals that makes them a two-way conduit for TV formats between Hollywood and Asia. U2K, a company that includes the Uslans and Jon Karas (“Believe in […]
    Album Review: XXXTentacion Left Splinters Amid the Wreckage on ‘Skins’
    The singer and rapper was known for blending genres and channeling disaffection. His first posthumous album is a threadbare version of the work that made him famous.
    James Corden Isn’t Hosting 2019 Grammys, But CBS Is Eyeing His Producer, Ben Winston (EXCLUSIVE)
    James Corden will not be returning as the host of the Grammy Awards this year, Variety has confirmed, although a source close to the situation says that “Late Late Show” show producer Ben Winston is being considered as a successor to longtime executive producer Ken Ehrlich and will work on the 2019 show in an expanded […]
    Court TV Brand to Resurface as New Channel From Scripps Co.
    Court TV is back in session. The cable TV channel that once carried gavel-to-gavel live coverage of high-profile trials will be revived by a new owner, nearly a dozen years after it was shuttered by Turner Broadcasting. Katz Networks, a division of E.W. Scripps Co., plans to revive Court TV as a new channel designed […]
    Jake Gyllenhaal to Star in Remake of Denmark’s Oscar Entry ‘The Guilty’ (EXCLUSIVE)
    Bold Films, and Jake Gyllenhaal and Riva Marker’s Nine Stories banner have acquired the rights to remake the Danish thriller “The Guilty,” with Gyllenhaal attached to star. The pic won the world cinema audience award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival and was also named one of the top five foreign language films of 2018 by […]
    Booking Agent Allan Bregman Dies at 92
    Allan Bregman, a booking agent and talent manager who represented the likes of the King family, Stevie Wonder and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles, died Sept. 25 in La Quinta, Calif. He was 92. Bregman grew up in the neighboring town of Lorain before graduating from Ohio State University and joining the Merchant Marines in 1944. […]
    ‘Toxic Avenger’ Movie in the Works at Legendary
    Legendary Entertainment is developing “The Toxic Avenger” as a movie after acquiring the feature film rights. Lloyd Kaufman and Michael Herz of Troma Entertainment will serve as producers. Alex Garcia and Jay Ashenfelter will oversee for Legendary. Kaufman and Herz produced the original 1984 comedy, set in the fictional town of Tromaville, N.J., and centered […]
    Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Named Most-Streamed Song From 20th Century
    Universal Music Group today announced that “Bohemian Rhapsody,” the iconic single by British rock legends Queen, officially became the world’s most-streamed song from the 20th Century, as well as the most-streamed Classic Rock song of all time. Today (Dec. 10), the original song and official video for “Bohemian Rhapsody,” taken from the group’s 1975 album […]
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    The rapper’s latest album, “Championships,” appears to have debuted at the top. But an issue has led Nielsen to suspend access to its data — and may change last week’s No. 1.
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