Tag: Britney Spears

Monday 12/5/22 10am ET: Feature LP: Britney Spears – The Singles Collection (2009)

The Singles Collection is the second greatest hits album by American singer Britney Spears. It was released on November 10, 2009, through Jive Records to commemorate her ten-year anniversary since entering the music industry. The compilation was released in many different formats, including a one-disc edition, a CD+DVD edition and a box set, which contained twenty-nine singles, each packaged in its own slip case with original cover art. The CD+DVD edition, as well as the box set, contains a DVD with Spears’s music videos. The album includes a new song, “3”, produced by Max Martin and Shellback.

The Singles Collection received widespread acclaim from the music critics, who noted Spears’s impact and influence on pop music during her first decade in the music industry. The album entered the top ten in France and Japan, and peaked at number twenty-two on the US Billboard 200. “3” was released as the lead and only single from the album. In the United States, it debuted atop the Billboard Hot 100.

  1. “3” 3:25
  2. “…Baby One More Time” 3:31
  3. “(You Drive Me) Crazy” 3:17
  4. “Born to Make You Happy” 3:35
  5. “Oops!… I Did It Again” 3:31
  6. “Stronger” 3:23
  7. “I’m a Slave 4 U” 3:25
  8. “Boys” 3:46
  9. “Me Against the Music” (Madonna) 3:45
  10. “Toxic” 3:20
  11. “Everytime” 3:50
  12. “Gimme More” 4:11
  13. “Piece of Me” 3:32
  14. “Womanizer” 3:43
  15. “Circus” 3:11
  16. “If U Seek Amy” 3:36
  17. “Radar” 3:48

Thursday 12/2/21 12pm ET: Artist Countdown: Britney Spears Top 30 Hits

Britney Jean Spears (born December 2, 1981) is an American singer, songwriter, and dancer. She is credited with influencing the revival of teen pop during the late 1990s and early 2000s, for which she is referred to as the “Princess of Pop”. Regarded as a pop icon, Spears has sold over 100 million records worldwide, including over 70 million solely in the United States, making her one of the world’s best-selling music artists.

After appearing in stage productions and television series, Spears signed with Jive Records in 1997 at age 15. Her first two studio albums, …Baby One More Time (1999) and Oops!… I Did It Again (2000), are among the best-selling albums of all time and made Spears the best-selling teenage artist of all time. With first-week sales of over 1.3 million copies, Oops!… I Did It Again held the record for the fastest-selling album by a female artist in the United States for 15 years. Spears adopted more mature and provocative style for her albums Britney (2001) and In the Zone (2003), and starred in the 2002 film Crossroads.

Spears was executive producer of her fifth studio album Blackout (2007), often referred to as her best work. Following a series of highly publicized personal problems, promotion for the album was limited, and Spears was involuntarily placed in a conservatorship. Since then, she released the chart-topping albums, Circus (2008) and Femme Fatale (2011), the latter of which became her most successful era of singles in the US charts. She embarked on a four-year concert residency, Britney: Piece of Me, at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas to promote her next two albums Britney Jean (2013) and Glory (2016). In 2019, Spears’s legal battle over her conservatorship became more publicized and led to the establishment of the #FreeBritney movement. On November 12, 2021, the conservatorship was terminated following her public testimony in which she accused her management team and family of abuse.

Spears has achieved six number-one albums on the Billboard 200 and four number-one singles on the US Billboard Hot 100: “…Baby One More Time”, “Womanizer”, “3”, and “Hold It Against Me”. As a featured artist, the “S&M” remix also topped the Billboard chart. Her singles “Oops!… I Did It Again”, “Toxic”, and “Scream & Shout” topped the charts in most countries. With “3” in 2009 and “Hold It Against Me” in 2011, Spears became the second artist after Mariah Carey in the Hot 100’s history to debut at number one with two or more songs. Her heavily choreographed videos earned her the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award. She has earned numerous other awards and accolades, including a Grammy Award, 15 Guinness World Records, six MTV Video Music Awards, seven Billboard Music Awards (including the Millennium Award), the inaugural Radio Disney Icon Award and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Spears was ranked by Billboard as the eighth-biggest artist of the 2000s. In the United States, she is the fourth best-selling female album artist of the Nielsen SoundScan era as well as the best-selling female album artist of the 2000s. “…Baby One More Time” was named the greatest debut single of all time by Rolling Stone in 2020. In 2004, Spears launched a perfume brand with Elizabeth Arden, Inc.; sales exceeded $1.5 billion as of 2012. Forbes has reported Spears as the highest-paid female musician of 2002 and 2012. By 2012, she had topped Yahoo!’s list of most searched celebrities seven times in 12 years. Time named Spears one of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2021.

Monday 7/26/21 1am ET: Feature LP: Britney Spears – Circus (2008)

Circus is the sixth studio album by American singer Britney Spears, released on November 28, 2008, by Jive Records. Looking to transition from her “darker and more urban” fifth studio album Blackout (2007), Spears wanted to make her next project “a little bit lighter”. She recorded the album during the summer of 2008, after her much-publicized personal struggles saw her placement under a conservatorship earlier that year. As executive producers, Larry Rudolph and Teresa LaBarbera Whites enlisted collaborators including Spears’ longtime colleague Max Martin and Danja. Their efforts resulted in a primarily pop and dance record with urban influences.

Upon its release, Circus received generally favorable reviews from music critics, who complimented its production but were ambivalent towards its lyrical content. It debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, making it her fifth album to reach the top of the chart. The album has sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

Four singles were released, three of which became international hits. Its lead single, “Womanizer”, peaked atop the Billboard Hot 100 and registered as the largest jump to the top of the chart at the time after debuting at number 96. It became Spears’s best-selling single in the country since “…Baby One More Time” (1998), and received a Grammy nomination for Best Dance Recording at the 52nd Annual Grammy Awards (2010). The second and third singles, “Circus” and “If U Seek Amy”, peaked at numbers three and 19 in the country, respectively. Consequently, Circus became Spears’s second studio album after her debut …Baby One More Time (1999) to have two top-ten singles and three top 20 singles, also being her first to have two top-five singles in the United States along with five charting songs on the Billboard Hot 100. To promote the album, Spears embarked on a concert tour titled The Circus Starring Britney Spears, which commenced in March 2009.

  1. “Womanizer” 3:43
  2. “Circus” 3:12
  3. “Out from Under” 3:54
  4. “Kill the Lights” 3:59
  5. “Shattered Glass” 2:53
  6. “If U Seek Amy” 3:37
  7. “Unusual You” 4:23
  8. “Blur” 3:09
  9. “Mmm Papi” 3:22
  10. “Mannequin” 4:06
  11. “Lace and Leather” 2:48
  12. “My Baby” 3:20
  13. “Radar” 3:49
  14. “Rock Me In” 3:17
  15. “Phonography” 3:35
  16. “Amnesia” 3:57

Luke Boyd – background vocals
Cathy Dennis – background vocals
Dr. Luke – drums, guitar, keyboards, programming,
Lady Gaga – background vocals, songwriter
Leah Haywood – background vocals
Henrik Jonback – bass, engineer, guitar
Claude Kelly – vocal producer, background vocals
Kasia Livingston – background vocals
Myah Marie – background vocals
Max Martin – producer, programming, background vocals
Nicole Morier – vocal producer, background vocals
Candice Nelson – background vocals
Debi Nova – background vocals
Andy Page – drum programming, engineer, guitar, mixing, piano, strings, synthesizer, synthesizer bass
Britney Spears – vocals, background vocals, concept, songwriter
Windy Wagner – background vocals

Thursday 6/10/21 2pm ET: Sounds of 2000

Featuring music from 2000 – 2009. This week music from Rick Astley, Ricky Martin, Clay Aiken, Britney Spears, Norah Jones, Elton John, Staind, B-52s, and more . . . 2pm to 4pm ET

Thursday 6pm: Across The Tracks Feature – One (Part 2)

This installment of Across The Tracks feature tune with “ONE” in the title.  We’ll feature music from Keb’ Mo’, Jackson 5, Mary J Blige & U2, Creed, Christine McVie, Joe Simon, Britney Spears, Queen and much more across the tracks and genres.  

Feature Year: 2002 (Part 1 – 9a , Part 2 – 9p) ET #2002 @RadioMax

 2002January 1 – Eric Clapton marries his 25-year old American girlfriend in a surprise wedding ceremony at a church in the English village of Ripley, Surrey.
January 8 – The Black Crowes announce they are taking a hiatus.
January 14 – Adam Ant is committed to a psychiatric hospital two days after being arrested for carrying a firearm into a London pub that Ant claims was fake.
January 18 – Rapper C-Murder is arrested and charged with second-degree murder over a fatal shooting in a Harvey, Louisiana nightclub on January 12.
January 23 – Virgin Records buys out its contract with Mariah Carey for $28 million, essentially paying her to not record any more music for the label.

February 3 – U2 perform during the halftime show for Super Bowl XXXVI. U2’s performance becomes a tribute to the victims of the September 11 terrorist attack.
February 4 – Kiss bassist Gene Simmons has a notoriously antagonistic interview with Terry Gross on National Public Radio. Simmons continuously baits the host with sexual come-ons throughout the interview while Gross repeatedly calls Simmons “obnoxious.” Simmons refuses to grant NPR permission to post the interview online, but unauthorized transcripts and audio exist.
February 13 – Jennifer Lopez becomes the first singer to have a remix album, J to tha L-O!: The Remixes, debut at number one, selling over 156,000 copies.
February 15 – Popstar Britney Spears landed her first starring role in Crossroads, a teen drama road film alongside Zoe Saldana. Although film was largely panned, the film was grossed $61.1 million worldwide.

March 7 – Burton C. Bell leaves Fear Factory after falling out with Dino Cazares. Fear Factory soon disband.
March 12 – Silverchair withdraw from the Gone South festival in Australia after Daniel Johns contracts reactive arthritis.
March 15 – Liverpool Airport is rechristened Liverpool John Lennon Airport in an official ceremony.
March 24 – Takahiro Nishikawa leaves Dreams Come True.
March 25 – Celine Dion returns to the music scene after a three-year absence with the album A New Day Has Come.
March 26 – Former Ozzy Osbourne & Motley Crue drummer Randy Castillo dies from severe cancer.

April 5 – Alice In Chains-singer Layne Staley dies from an overdose of heroin.
April 17 – Pop-punk giants Blink-182 and Green Day co-headline the two-month Pop Disaster Tour.
April 25 – Lisa Lopes, American rapper, singer, songwriter, and member of the R&B girl group TLC, better known by her stage name Left Eye, dies in a car accident in La Ceiba, Honduras. She was the sole fatality of eight people in the vehicle, a Mitsubishi Montero Sport that she was driving.

May 8 – Mariah Carey signs a new record contract with Island Def Jam Music Group.
May 12 – We Will Rock You, a jukebox musical based on the songs of Queen, opens at the Dominion Theatre in London, England.
May 21 – Blink-182 gutairist Tom DeLonge forms post-hardcore side-project band Box Car Racer. Their album Box Car Racer is released.
May 22 – Members of Alien Ant Farm are injured in an early morning tour bus crash in Spain that claimed the life of the driver.

June – Graham Coxon leaves Blur during Think Tank’s recording sessions, after tensions with the other members mainly due to its alleged alcohol problems and disagreement about the choice of Fatboy Slim as producer. Coxon only contributed in one song, Battery in Your Leg. He was later “replaced” on tour by Simon Tong, former guitarist of The Verve.
June 1 – The Prom at the Palace is held in London to commemorate the Golden Jubilee of Elizabeth II. Performers include the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Chorus, Kiri Te Kanawa, Angela Gheorghiu and Roberto Alagna.
June 5 – U.S. soul and R&B singer R. Kelly, is charged with 21 counts of having sexual intercourse with a minor after a videotape allegedly showing him engaged in sexual acts with an underage girl is broadcast on the internet.
June 11 – Paul McCartney marries second wife Heather Mills in a lavish ceremony at Castle Leslie in Ireland. American Idol premieres on Fox.
Korn’s fifth-studio album, Untouchables, is released, but fails to sell as well as their previous releases, marking the decline of the nu metal genre.
June 12 – BMG Music agrees to acquire the rest of Zomba Music Group in a deal reportedly worth $3 billion.
June 15 – The Los Angeles, California, USA, radio station KROQ-FM airs the 10th Annual Weenie Roast show with Bad Religion, Hoobastank, Jack Johnson, Jimmy Eat World, Moby, New Found Glory, P.O.D., Papa Roach, Puddle of Mudd, The Strokes, System of a Down, Unwritten Law, The Vines, The Violent Femmes and Rob Zombie.
June 19 – Hikaru Utada releases the album Deep River, which sold 2,350,170 copies in a week, debuting at number 1 on the weekly, monthly, and annual Oricon album chart. This would be her third time at number 1 on the year-end rankings of that particular chart, a record for any Japanese musical act or worldwide.
June 20 – Pop star Britney Spears, at only 20 years of age, is ranked by Forbes as the world’s most powerful celebrity.
June 21 to 23 – The first Bonnaroo Music Festival is held in Tennessee. Performers include Widespread Panic, Gov’t Mule and Norah Jones.
June 25 – The Prague Philharmonic Orchestra releases an arrangement of the Romeo and Juliet 1968 film soundtrack on the Silva America label.
June 27 – The Who bassist John Entwistle is found dead in a Las Vegas hotel room on the eve of the band’s new tour. He was 57.
June 30 – The Glastonbury Festival features headline acts Coldplay, Garbage, Stereophonics, Orbital, Roger Waters, Rod Stewart, and Air.

July 6 – Michael Jackson stages a public protest against Sony Music chairman Tommy Mottola, accusing him of taking part in a racist conspiracy within the music industry to exploit black recording artists. Sony responds with a statement calling Jackson’s remarks “ludicrous, spiteful and hurtful.”
July 12 – Buckcherry breaks up on the heels of lead singer Josh Todd’s decision to quit the group. They would reunite in 2005.
July 28 – The Area2 Festival, featuring headline acts Moby, David Bowie, Busta Rhymes, Ash, and Blue Man Group, begins a three-week tour in Washington, DC.

August 17 – The Snow Mountain Music Festival opens in Lijiang, China.[15]
August 19 – Nickelback leaves the stage during the second song of their performance at the Ilha do Ermal festival in Portugal after being relentlessly pelted with rocks and bottles by the crowd.

September 3 – Napster is shut down for good after a judge denies a bid from Bertelsmann to purchase its assets.
September 4 – Kelly Clarkson is crowned the first winner of the television talent contest, American Idol.
September 11 – Marie Fredriksson of Roxette is injured in a domestic accident, leading to the discovery of a brain tumor.
September 20 – Courtney Love announces that her legal dispute with the surviving members of Nirvana has been resolved, paving the way for the unreleased track “You Know You’re Right” to be included on an upcoming compilation.
September 28 – A stretch of Tennessee State Route 19 is officially named for Tina Turner, who was born and raised in nearby Nutbush, Tennessee.

October 2 – Robbie Williams signs a new six-album deal with EMI for £80 million, the most lucrative contract ever signed by a UK musician. Christina Aguilera releases her controversial music video for “Dirrty”, the lead single from her second album Stripped.
October 13 – The fifth Terrastock festival is held in Boston, USA.
October 24 – Mikey “Bug” Cox is fired from Coal Chamber after disputes with other members about his drug addiction.
October 26 – Christina Aguilera releases her controversial second studio album Stripped, which enters the Billboard 200 at number 2, selling 330,000 copies in its first week. Stripped is the first studio album in three years since Christina Aguilera (1999).
October 30 – Jam Master Jay is shot dead at a studio in Queens. Run-D.M.C. disbands. Warren Zevon, who has recently been diagnosed with cancer, is the sole guest for the entire hour of Late Show with David Letterman. It would be his final public performance.

November 7 – Guns N’ Roses fans in Vancouver riot after a concert, which was to kick off the band’s first tour in nine years, is canceled due to Axl Rose’s flight getting delayed.
November 10 – Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Elvis Costello, Lenny Kravitz, Tom Petty and Brian Setzer guest-star on an episode of The Simpsons set at a Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp.
November 19 – Michael Jackson dangles his nine-month-old son over the balcony of his Berlin hotel room in an apparent attempt to connect with the fans below. He releases a statement later that day calling the incident a “terrible mistake”.
November 29 – Concert For George is held at the Royal Albert Hall in London, as a memorial to George Harrison on the first anniversary of his death, under the musical direction of friend Eric Clapton. Performers included Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Clapton, Jeff Lynne, Ravi Shankar, and Billy Preston. The event benefitted the Material World Charitable Foundation.
November 30 – British girl group Girls Aloud is formed on the reality television show Popstars: The Rivals.

December 2 – Peter Garrett leaves Midnight Oil.
December 6 – Another riot over a canceled Guns N’ Roses concert breaks out, this time in Philadelphia, after Axl Rose is a no-show. The band cancels the remaining dates of the tour without explanation.
December 29 – A Creed concert in Chicago angers fans in attendance when lead singer Scott Stapp forgets many lyrics, takes a lengthy leave of absence in the middle of the show and lies down on the stage for part of the performance. The band’s manager issues a written apology that includes the statement “we hope that you can take some solace in the fact that you definitely experienced the most unique of all Creed shows and may have become part of the unusual world of rock ‘n’ roll history!”
December 31 – Phish end their two-year hiatus with a New Year’s Eve concert at Madison Square Garden in New York City.

Source: Wikipedia

Feature Year: 2000 (Part 1 – 9a , Part 2 – 9p ET) #2000 @RadioMax

2000We feature the hits and the music of 2000 Part 1 at 9am and Part 2 at 9pm

January – Canadian post-hardcore band Silverstein formed.
January 1 – In New York City, USA, at precisely midnight the Artist Formerly Known As Prince celebrates the new millennium by playing his anthemic “1999”, in what he vows is the song’s finale. British composer John Tavener is knighted in the New Year’s Honours List.
January 6 – Blink-182 released their single “All The Small Things”, which excelled on U.S. Billboard charts: no.1 on Modern Rock Tracks and no.6 on the Hot 100. The music video was a parody of famous contemporary boybands, pre-eminently Backstreet Boys – it won ‘Best Group Video’ at the 2000 MTV Video Music Awards and was also nominated for ‘Video of the Year’.
January 11 – Gary Glitter is released from jail, two months before his sentence for sexual offences ends. Sharon Osbourne quits as manager of Smashing Pumpkins after only three months. In a brash press release she announces she had to resign “for medical reasons: Billy Corgan was making me sick.” Singer Whitney Houston is caught with 15.2 grams of marijuana in her bag at a Hawaii airport. She boards her flight to San Francisco before police can arrive to arrest her.
January 14 – Rolling Stone reveals that the two children of Melissa Etheridge and her partner, Julie Cypher, were fathered by David Crosby.
January 18 – Spencer Goodman is executed by lethal injection in Huntsville, Texas, for the 1991 kidnap and murder of the wife of ZZ Top manager Bill Ham in 1991. Ham is present at the execution.
February 9 – The Million Dollar Hotel, a film co-written by U2 lead singer Bono, premieres at the 50th Berlinale (Berlin Film Festival).
February 11 – Diana Ross divorces Arne Næss, Jr. her husband of 14 years.
February 16 – The Silver Tassie, an opera by Mark-Anthony Turnage, receives its première at the London Coliseum, performed by the English National Opera.
February 23 – At the 42nd Annual Grammy Awards, Santana wins a record 8 Grammys in one night tying Michael Jackson who won 8 in 1984. Christina Aguilera won Best New Artist.
February 24 – Italian motorcycle manufacturing company Aprilia wins a lawsuit filed against the Spice Girls over a sponsorship deal that fell apart when Geri Halliwell left the group.
February 28 – Songwriter Stan Penridge files a lawsuit against the rock band KISS, the band’s publishing company and Universal Music Group, claiming that he had not received millions of dollars in publishing royalties that he was owed for the song “Beth”.
March 6 – Foxy Brown is injured in a car accident in Brooklyn, New York, in which her car hit a fence. Police discover that Brown was driving with a suspended driver license and order her to appear in court in April. Brown’s license was suspended for failing to appear in court for a parking violation.
March 11 – 311 (band) holds their first 3–11 Day concert at Tower Records in the French Quarter of New Orleans.
March 13 – Blink-182 end their European tour early after guitarist/vocalist Tom DeLonge and drummer Travis Barker succumb to strep throat.
March 24 – After violating a prior probation agreement by getting drunk, Ol’ Dirty Bastard is ordered to undergo a 90 day diagnostic evaluation at the California Institute For Men in Chino, California.
March 27 – *NSYNC sets a new first-week sales record with 2.4 million copies of No Strings Attached sold, smashing the old record of 1.1 million.
March 28 – Jimmy Page wins a lawsuit filed against Ministry magazine, which claimed that Page had contributed to the death of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham by wearing a Satanic robe and chanting spells while Bonham was dying. The magazine apologizes and offers to pay Page’s legal bills. Page donates the money received from the case to the Action for Brazil’s Children Trust.
April 1 – Ted Nugent angers Hispanic groups in Texas after onstage remarks he makes during a concert at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, in which he says that those who did not speak English should get out of America. He is banned from the venue as a result.
April 4 – Mick Jagger attends the opening of an arts center named after him at Dartford Grammar School in southeast England.
April 6 – Shawn Colvin, James Taylor, Cyndi Lauper, Richard Thompson, Sweet Honey, Elton John, Cassandra Wilson, Wynonna Judd, k.d. lang, Bryan Adams, and Mary Chapin Carpenter perform in New York as part of a tribute to Joni Mitchell.
April 12 – Metallica files a lawsuit against the peer-to-peer service Napster, as well as Yale University, University of Southern California and Indiana University for copyright infringement. Yale and Indiana are later dropped from the suit when they block access to Napster on campus computers.
May 1 – A $1.8 million civil fraud lawsuit is filed against Neil Young in Los Angeles Superior Court by a former Village Voice writer. The lawsuit charges that Young broke an agreement to have a biography written about him when he blocked the book’s publication.
May 4 – Letters To Cleo play their last concert in Boston; they disband the following month.
May 5 – Rod Stewart undergoes an hour-long throat operation at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles to remove a growth on his thyroid, which turns out to be benign.
May 6 – John Mellencamp receives an honorary Doctor of Music degree as the commencement speaker for Indiana University’s Class of 2000.
May 13 – The 45th Eurovision Song Contest final, held in Stockholm’s Globe Arena, is won by Denmark’s Olsen Brothers and the song “Fly on the Wings of Love”. Dickey Betts is Kicked out of The Allman Brothers Band and replaced with Warren Haynes.
May 16 – Britney Spears’s second LP, Oops!… I Did It Again sells 1.3 million copies in its debut week and 500,000 on the first day of its release, giving it the highest first-week sales by any solo artist in US history, until Eminem’s “The Marshall Mathers LP” a few weeks later. The album sold over 20 million copies becoming the best-selling album by female artist of the decade.
Prince announces that he has changed his name back to Prince now that his publishing contract with Warner/Chappell has expired. He had been known as an unpronounceable symbol, since 1993.
May 24 – 50 Cent is shot nine times in Queens. After spending time in hospital he returns to recording and performing.
May 25 – Eddie Van Halen begins treatment for prevention of tongue cancer at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, Texas.
May 29 – Michael Jackson and Mariah Carey are named the Best Selling Male and Female artist of the millennium at the World Music Awards in Monaco.
May 30 – Eminem’s second LP, The Marshall Mathers LP sells 1.76 million copies on its debut week, becoming the fastest selling rap album ever according to the Guinness Book of World Records. Produced by Dr. Dre, the album breaks the previous record of 803,000 copies set by Snoop Dogg’s Doggystyle, also produced by Dr. Dre.
June 8 – Sinéad O’Connor comes out as a lesbian in an interview with Curve magazine.
June 20 – Billy Gilman’s debut album One Voice was released under Epic Records. The album was certified 2x platinum, making Gilman the youngest artist in music history to perform the feat. Britney Spears begins her Oops!… I Did It Again World Tour, her first world tour, visiting North America, Europe and Brazil in support her sophomore album, Oops!… I Did It Again. The tour was a commercial success and became the second highest-grossing tour by a solo artist on 2000, only behind Tina Turner’s Twenty Four Seven retirement tour.
June 23 to 25 – The Experience Music Project, now the EMP Museum, opens in Seattle.
June 30 – Nine people are crushed to death during Pearl Jam’s set at the Roskilde Festival, in Roskilde, Denmark.
July 21 and July 22 – Oasis plays at Wembley Stadium. The first of this night is featured on the double CD and the DVD Familiar to Millions.
July 26 – A U.S. district judge orders the Napster to halt the trading of copyrighted music among its users, essentially ordering it shut down. A stay on the injunction is granted two days later, allowing the site to continue operating for the time being.
August 8 – A coalition of 28 U.S. states file a lawsuit against the major record labels, accusing them of keeping the prices of CDs fixed at artificially high prices since 1995.
August 11 – Madonna gives birth to her second child, son Rocco. Film director Guy Ritchie is the father.
August 14 – Outside the Democratic National Convention in Los Angeles, Rage Against the Machine performs a free concert protesting the two-party system. In a chaotic scene after the performance, police forcibly disperse the crowd and several arrests are made.
August 16 – Rapper Eminem files for divorce from wife Kim Mathers.
August 20 – Skinny Puppy reunite for a concert at the Doomsday Festival in Dresden, Germany.
September 7 – Rage Against the Machine’s Tim Commerford is arrested for climbing on the set at MTV’s Video Music Awards after his band lost the award for Best Rock Video to Limp Bizkit. The director of Rage’s “Sleep Now in the Fire” video, Michael Moore, suggests Commerford was probably “just bored” by the show. Britney Spears performed her hit single “Oops!…I Did It Again”, becoming one of the VMA’s most iconic and controversial performances due to her skin-coloured outfit.
September 13 – The first Latin Grammy Awards are held.
September 19 – Madonna releases “Music”.
September 23 – Isaac Stern celebrates his 80th birthday together with his 40th anniversary as President of Carnegie Hall.
September 26 – Pearl Jam releases twenty-five live albums, each taken from a different show on their European tour, as the initial part of the Pearl Jam Official Bootlegs series.
October 1 – Midnight Oil perform their single Beds are Burning at the closing of the 2000 Summer Olympics dressed in outfits clearly displaying the word “Sorry” in reference to Prime Minister John Howard’s refusal to apologise to the Stolen Generation.
October 5 – The Beatles release a hardcover book version of The Beatles Anthology, containing newly published photos and interviews with band members. The book went straight to the top of the New York Times bestsellers list. EMI and Warner Music withdraw their application to the European Commission for a proposed $20 billion merger due to regulators’ concerns. The merger would have concentrated 80% of the European music business into the hands of just four major labels.
October 17 – Limp Bizkit release Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water selling over a million copies in it first week of release, a new record for a rock album.
October 18 – Zack de la Rocha leaves Rage Against the Machine saying that the band’s decision making process has completely failed.
October 24 – Linkin Park’s debut album, Hybrid Theory, is released and debuts at number 16 on the Billboard 200, with 47,000 copies sold in its first week. It would later become the best selling album of 2001, and later become certified Diamond by the RIAA in 2005.
October 31 – Napster and BMG Music announce a partnership that would change the website into a subscription-based service offering legal downloads.
November 5 – The fourth Terrastock festival is held in Seattle.
November 7 – The Mark, Tom and Travis Show (The Enema Strikes Back!) is released by Blink-182. It is the first and only live album by the American pop-punk band. It also features the single “Man Overboard” which does relatively well in the charts.
November 18 – A new musical adaptation of Georg Büchner’s Woyzeck by Robert Wilson and Tom Waits opens in Copenhagen.
December – Tripp Eisen formerly of Dope replaces Koichi Fukuda in Static-X.
December 2 – The Backstreet Boys debuts with 1.6 million with Black & Blue and becomes the first artists in history to achieve back-to-back million-plus first week sales. It also sells 5 million worldwide and sets a record for the best International Sales Week in History. The Smashing Pumpkins played what was to be their final concert at the Metro Club in Chicago. The band would reunite in 2005.
December 22 – Madonna marries film director Guy Ritchie, at Skibo Castle in Dornoch, Sutherland, Scotland with Gwyneth Paltrow, Stella McCartney, Sting, George Clooney, Jon Bon Jovi, Celine Dion, Bryan Adams, Rupert Everett and others in attendance. The Joel and Ethan Coen film, O Brother, Where Art Thou? is released, with a T-Bone Burnett-produced soundtrack that revives the popularity of traditional American folk music and bluegrass.
December 31 – Chris Robinson of The Black Crowes marries actress Kate Hudson.

Feature Year: 1999 (Part 1 – 9a, Part 2 – 9p) ET #1999 @RadioMax

1999January 7 – After eight years of marriage, musician husband Rod Stewart and supermodel wife Rachel Hunter announce their separation. Paul McCartney attends the launch of his stepdaughter Heather’s first housewares collection in Georgia.
January 11 – During the American Music Awards, Billy Joel is awarded the Special Award of Merit for his “inspired songwriting skills” and “exciting showmanship.”
January 12 – Britney Spears releases her debut album, …Baby One More Time, which would go on to sell 23 million copies. The album hits number one on the charts. The title track and first single released from the album, also hits number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1999. Fredrik Johansson is fired from Dark Tranquillity.
January 21 – A&M Records is shut down and merged into the Universal Music Group umbrella label Interscope Geffen A&M. It would be relaunched in 2007.
January 22 – German industrial band KMFDM announces that it has disbanded.
January 26 – Foxy Brown releases her second album, Chyna Doll, and becomes the first female rapper to debut an album at number 1.
February 2 – The Artist Formerly Known as Prince releases a new recording of his 1982 hit “1999” to coincide with celebrations surrounding the calendar year.
February 10 – Iron Maiden announces that singer Bruce Dickinson has rejoined the band.
February 14 – Elton John appears as himself in a special episode of the animated series The Simpsons
February 15 – “Rolling Stones Day” is declared in Minnesota by Governor (and former Rolling Stones bodyguard) Jesse Ventura
February 19 – Marilyn Manson files a defamation countersuit against former Spin Magazine editor Craig Marks, in response to a multi-million dollar lawsuit that Marks filed in January against the singer, the record label Nothing/Interscope, and Manson’s bodyguard agency.
February 20 – Trace Adkins performs his first concert following surgery for tendon damage and a broken ankle. Contrary to doctor’s orders, Adkins does not remain seated during the performance.
February 23 – Eminem’s The Slim Shady LP is released.
February 25 – The Artist Formerly Known as Prince files a lawsuit against nine Web sites for copyright and trademark infringement, claiming that the websites sell bootlegged recordings and offer unauthorized song downloads.
March 1 – Sony Music Distribution raises wholesale prices on audio compact discs by 8 US cents.
March 2 – Cher’s song “Believe” reaches number one on the Billboard Hot 100, making Cher the oldest female artist (at the age of 52) to perform this feat. Cher also set the record for the longest hit-making career span, with 33 years between the release of her first and last Billboard Hot 100 #1 singles (1965 and 1999).
March 2 – The House of Blues in Paradise, Nevada at the Mandalay Bay Resort. Bob Dylan performs a concert at the club and is joined by U2’s lead singer Bono for an encore of “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door”.
March 3 – British soul singer Dusty Springfield dies of breast cancer at the age of 59.
March 5 – Trauma Records files a $40 million breach-of-contract lawsuit against the members of Bush for failing to deliver a new album.
March 6 – A 67 year old George Jones is seriously injured in a car accident while on his way home. Jones’ Lexus crashed into a bridge at about 1:30 p.m. It is later revealed that alcohol was a factor in the accident.
March 10 – Hikaru Utada releases her debut album First Love, selling 2,026,870 in its debut week. Two months later, First Love became the Japan’s best-selling album of all time.
March 15 – Marilyn Manson is injured when he slips and falls during a concert at the Great Western Forum in Inglewood, California. Manson’s performance is cut short.
March 16 – The Recording Industry Association of America introduces a new certification level, Diamond, for albums or singles selling ten million units.
March 21 – Irish girl band B*Witched score their fourth consecutive #1 with Blame It On The Weatherman on the UK singles chart. They become the first band to have all their first four singles enter at the top simultaneously and set a new record. It is broken a year later by Irish boy band Westlife.
March 27 – The Bee Gees end their One Night Only tour in Sydney, Australia.
April 10 – A charity tribute concert for Linda McCartney is held at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Here, There and Everywhere: A Concert For Linda, features performances by Paul McCartney, Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders, Elvis Costello, Sinéad O’Connor, and George Michael. Proceeds raised at the event went to animal rights causes.
April 19 – Neil Young performs at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Due to a mistake by a Madison Square Garden staff member, the marquee read “Bob Dylan, Tonight at 8pm”. Young jokingly introduced one of his guitar players as Bob Dylan during the show.
April 20 – Billy Joel performs at Meadowlands in New Jersey. Joel announces that this would be his last public pop music concert. Joel also announces plans on devoting his future efforts to classical music. Columbine High School massacre takes place in Jefferson County, Colorado, sparking a widespread moral panic that ultimately tries to place the blame on violent media, including music perceived to be violent and/or connected to the goth culture. American rocker Marilyn Manson receives the brunt of the blame, despite evidence that neither of the shooters were fans of his, and recludes, only to address the issue in the form of his fourth studio album. The finger is also pointed at German industrial metal acts Rammstein and KMFDM, of whom the shooters were fans. This sensationalism gradually wanes in the years following, and all three music acts ironically achieve more mainstream acceptance in the U.S. than they had prior to the massacre.
April 26 – Musician and former bandleader of The Sound, Adrian Borland, commits suicide in London.
April 28 – Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
April 30 – Columbine High School massacre: Aerosmith visits Columbine High School shooting victim Lance Kirklin in a Colorado hospital before a concert in Denver, Colorado. Kirklin was one of 24 wounded in the April 20 shooting, 13 others were killed.
May 1 – “The Paintings of Paul McCartney” exhibit opens at the Lyz Art Forum in Siegen, Germany. The exhibit features around 70 paintings created by the former Beatle.
Musical group Atari Teenage Riot starts a riot in Berlin with their anti-consumer and anti-government lyrics. The riot was stopped with concert goers pleading for peace from the Swat crew ruthlessly beating down pedestrians. This band is under the label Digital Hardcore Recordings.
May 18 – The American music group, the Backstreet Boys release their multi-platinum 3rd studio album Millennium, that spawned four Top 40 Billboard singles, and would go on to be the best-selling album of 1999. The album up to today has sold over 40 million copies and is in the 100 best-selling albums of all time.
June 1 – Blink-182 release their third studio album, Enema of the State, which would later sell 15 million copies worldwide. The album was a commercial and critical success, it was also the first album that was produced by Jerry Finn who was the “fourth member of Blink-182” according to bassist Mark Hoppus. The American actress Jennifer Lopez releases her debut album On the 6; the first single “If You Had My Love” reaches number one in U.S., Canada, and Australia. Peer-to-peer file sharing network Napster is launched.
June 2 – Backstreet Boys smashes the old first-week sales record of Garth Brooks’ 1.08 million, with (Millennium) which sold over 1.13 million in its first week and was the first album to sell over 500,000 copies at least 2 weeks. The album holds at No. 1 first-weeks sales record of the 1990s.
June 8 – Red Hot Chili Peppers release Californication, the first album with John Frusciante in 8 years; the album goes on to sell 13 million copies worldwide.
June 13 – S Club 7 debut at #1 on the UK singles chart with their first single “Bring It All Back” and become the largest vocal group to enter at the top.
June 15 – Santana releases his best selling album Supernatural with the number one hits “Smooth” and “Maria Maria”.
June 22 – Limp Bizkit’s second album, Significant Other, debuts at number one on the Billboard 200, with 643,874 copies sold in its first week. The album launches them into mainstream success.
June 28 – Britney Spears embarked her first concert tour, …Baby One More Time Tour. The tour only reached North America and garned a positive review, but generated some controversy due to her racy outfit and accusation of lip syncing.
July 1 – The new Scottish Parliament is formally opened with a rock concert in the shadow of Edinburgh Castle and is headlined by Garbage, of which, lead singer Shirley Manson, is at the time one of the biggest music stars from Scotland.
July 3 – Indie rock icon Mark Sandman collapses on stage at the Giardini del Principe in Palestrina, Latium, Italy (near Rome) while performing with Morphine. He is soon pronounced dead of a heart attack at the age of 46. Morphine immediately disbands.
July 8 – Adrian Erlandsson quits The Haunted as the drummer while the band hires Per Möller Jensen as Erlandsson’s replacement.
July 12 – Gregg Alexander issues a press release dissolving the New Radicals.
July 23–25 – The highly anticipated Woodstock 99 festival takes place in Rome, New York.
July 28-Destiny’s Child released their second album The Writing’s on The Wall
August 6 – The Grateful Dead’s tape archivist Dick Latvala dies at age 56.
August 14-15 – The Artist Formerly Known as Prince holds a weekend yard sale at his Paisley Park Studios, with part of the proceeds going to benefit underprivileged youth.[2]
August 24 – Christina Aguilera releases her self titled debut album. The album and first single, “Genie in a Bottle”, both went to number one on the charts.
August 27–29 – The third Terrastock festival is held in London.
September 1 – The Irish Music Hall of Fame opens; Van Morrison is the first inducted into the museum.
September 17 – Rapper Eminem is sued by his mother for $10 million, claiming that public comments he made about her were slanderous and had caused emotional stress and financial harm. She eventually collects a mere $1,600 settlement in 2001.
September 21 – Trent Reznor releases the fourth Nine Inch Nails album, The Fragile after a five-year hiatus to great critical acclaim.
September 30 – Billboard announces that Ministry of Sound Recordings Ltd is expanding into Australia after ending a partnership with MDS Dancenet and establishes Ministry of Sound Australia, known until 2005 as Ministry of Sound (UK) Pty Ltd. Ministry UK also secures a distribution deal with EMI Music Group Australasia Pty Ltd.[4]
October 9 – “Heartbreaker”, the lead single from Mariah Carey’s ninth studio album, Rainbow, reaches #1 on the Billboard 100, becoming her 14th #1 single and also her 59th week atop the chart. When it stayed at #1 for a further week Carey surpassed The Beatles for the act with the most weeks spent at number one. The song also topped charts in Canada and New Zealand.
The first Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival is held in California. The inaugural line-up consists of Beck, The Chemical Brothers, Tool, Morrissey and Rage Against the Machine. The anti-poverty initiative NetAid is launched with simultaneous benefit concerts in London, New Jersey and Geneva.
October 19 – Eurythmics releases first album in 10 years, Peace.
October 20 – Melissa Auf der Mar leaves Hole.
November – Australian independent record label Liberation Music is formed.
November 5 – Gary Cherone leaves Van Halen.
November 12 – 1970s rock star Gary Glitter is jailed for four months for downloading child pornography off the Internet.
November 15 – Korn performs their entire album Issues at the Apollo Theater in New York City, becoming the first rock band ever to perform at the Apollo.
November 16 – Korn’s fourth studio album, Issues, debuts at number 1 on the Billboard 200 with 575,000 copies sold in its first week. Dr. Dre’s second studio album 2001 is released.
November 23 – Jessica Simpson releases her debut album, Sweet Kisses which would go on to sell 4 million copies. The first single, “I Wanna Love You Forever”, both went to number three on the charts. University of Oregon student Jeffrey Levy is the first person ever convicted for pirating MP3s under the NET Act of 1997. He is sentenced to two years of probation and a limit on Internet access.
December 4 – The Spice Girls start their Christmas Tour around the UK, dubbed as the Christmas in Spiceworld Tour.
December 14 – BMI announces the most played songs on American radio and television in the 20th century. Paul McCartney returns to The Cavern Club to play a special concert for 300 fans. Boy George is injured by a 62-pound disco ball that falls from a concert venue’s ceiling during a rehearsal, nearly killing him as it almost landed on his head.
December 27 – Puff Daddy and fellow rapper Shyne are arrested for weapons violations and other charges after a shooting in a Manhattan nightclub that leaves three people injured.
December 30 – George Harrison survives a knife attack by an intruder in his Friar Park home.
December 31 – Sisqó’s Thong Song comes out. Becoming the last song of the 1990s, the last song of 1999, the first of the 2000s, and the first song of 2000.
Many special New Year’s Eve concerts are held around the world to celebrate the arrival of the year 2000. Big shows include Barbra Streisand at The MGM Grand Las Vegas, The Eagles at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, Billy Joel at Madison Square Garden, and Metallica with Kid Rock and Ted Nugent playing for 54,000 the Pontiac Silverdome. The biggest concert on Earth that night is by Phish, however, playing for 75,000 people at the Big Cypress Indian Reservation in Florida.

RadioMax Top 70 Chart – January 12, 2014

1 23 AVICCI – Hey Brother 5 1
2 1 LORDE – Team 15 1
3 4 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 29 1
5 20 BRUNO MARS – Young Girls 5 5
6 5 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 13 3
7 15 AMERICAN AUTHORS – Best Day Of My Life 7 7
8 35 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 39 8
9 3 BASTILLE – Pompeii 21 3
10 6 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 14 6
11 8 EMINEM & RIHANNA – The Monster 7 2
12 9 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 12 4
13 2 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 23 1
14 18 BEYONCE – XO 4 12
15 12 KATY PERRY – Dark Horse 7 12
16 30 FRAY – Love Don’t Die 12 15
17 13 ONE DIRECTION – Story Of My Life 10 5
18 22 JOHN NEWMAN – Love Me Again 10 8
19 43 PEARL JAM – Sirens 13 8
20 17 THE 1975 – Chocolate 10 17
21 27 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 13 6
22 34 JASON ALDEAN – When She Says Baby 6 14
23 52 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – High Hopes 7 17
24 28 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 13 2
25 29 LUKE BRYAN – Drink A Beer 10 12
26 32 BAND PERRY – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 20 15
27 37 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 13 27
28 38 DEMI LOVATO – Neon Lights 7 28
29 47 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 12 29
30 44 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 26 13
31 16 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 12 11
32 24 COLBIE CAILLAT – Hold On 8 18
33 50 IMAGINE DRAGONS – On Top Of The World 6 33
34 65 MARTIN GARREX – Animals 2 34
35 70 BLAKE SHELTON – Doin’ What She Likes 2 35
36 19 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 28 1
37 49 U2 – Ordinary Love 5 32
38 26 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 19 7
39 36 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 20 12
40 21 MILEY CYRUS – Adore You 6 21
41 25 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 13 25
42 48 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 15 18
43 14 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 28 8
44 40 CHRISTINA PERRI – Human 8 39
45 42 BILLY CURRINGTON – We Are Tonight 6 42
46 45 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 15 38
47 51 BRITNEY SPEARS – Perfume 10 15
48 53 JOHN LEGEND – All Of Me 8 30
49 55 VOLBEAT – Lola Montez 10 37
50 67 PHARRELL WILLIAMS – Happy 2 50
51 10 LORDE – Royals 20 1
52 54 BRAD PAISLEY – The Mona Lisa 4 44
53 39 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 17 17
54 61 ZENDAYA – Replay 12 28
55 46 PARMALEE – Carolina 7 25
56 64 BRANTLEY GILBERT – Bottoms Up 3 56
57 7 KATY PERRY – Roar 23 2
58 41 FALL OUT BOY – Alone Together 6 41
60 69 NONONO – Pumpin Blood 2 60
61 58 KARMIN – I Want It All 5 58
62 66 LADY GAGA & CHRISTINA AGUILERA – Do What You Want 2 62
63 N DEMI LOVATO – Let It Go 1 63
64 N COLE SWINDELL – Chillin’ It 1 64
65 N JASON DERULO – Talk Dirty 1 65
66 N DIERKS BENTLEY – I Hold On 1 66
67 N RASCAL FLATTS – Rewind 1 67
68 N KEITH URBAN – Cop Car 1 68
69 N JOHN NEWMAN – Losing Sleep 1 69
70 N FOXES – Let Go For Tonight 1 70
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RadioMax Top 300 Hits of 2013

1 Imagine Dragons Radioactive  
2 Fun. Carry On  
3 Mumford & Sons I Will Wait  
4 P!nk & Nate Ruess Just Give Me A Reason  
5 Maroon 5 Daylight  
6 Capital Cities Safe And Sound  
7 Maroon 5 Love Somebody  
8 Fall Out Boy My Songs Know What You Did In The Dark  
9 Robin Thicke Feat. T.I. & Pharrell Blurred Lines  
10 Avicii Wake Me Up  
11 Olly Murs Feat. Flo Rida Troublemaker  
12 Icona Pop I Love It  
13 Phillip Phillips Gone, Gone, Gone  
14 Emeli Sande Next To Me  
15 Pitbull Feat. Christina Aguilera Feel This Moment  
16 Daft Punk Feat. Pharrell Williams Get Lucky  
17 Lumineers Ho Hey  
18 Kelly Clarkson Catch My Breath  
19 Justin Timberlake Mirrors (Edit)  
20 Will.i.am Feat Britney Spears Scream & Shout  
21 Bruno Mars Treasure  
22 Of Monsters And Men Little Talks  
23 P!nk Try  
24 P!nk Featuring Lily Allen True Love  
25 Taylor Swift I Knew You Were Trouble  
26 Rihanna Feat. Mikky Ekko Stay  
27 Jason Derülo The Other Side  
28 Bruno Mars When I Was Your Man  
29 Alicia Keys & Nicki Minaj Girl On Fire  
30 Lorde Royals  
31 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Mary Lambert Same Love  
32 Bruno Mars Locked Out Of Heaven  
33 Walk Off The Earth Red Hands  
34 Katy Perry Roar  
35 Demi Lovato Heart Attack  
36 Justin Timberlake Feat Jay Z Suit And Tie  
37 Selena Gomez Come & Get It  
38 Muse Madness  
39 Lady Gaga Applause  
40 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Ray Dalton Can’t Hold Us  
41 Kesha Sebert C’mon  
42 Imagine Dragons It’s Time  
43 Sara Bareilles Brave  
44 Pitbull Feat. TJR Don’t Stop The Party  
45 Passenger Let Her Go  
46 Onerepublic Counting Stars  
47 Ellie Goulding With Calvin Harris I Need Your Love  
48 Florida Georgia Line Cruise  
49 Taylor Swift 22
50 Phillip Phillips Home  
51 Taylor Swift Featuring Ed Sheeran Everything Has Changed  
52 Miley Cyrus Wrecking Ball  
53 Justin Timberlake Take Back The Night  
54 Hunter Hayes Wanted  
55 Paramore Still Into You  
56 Miley Cyrus We Can’t Stop  
57 Miranda Lambert Fastest Girl In Town
58 Zac Brown Band Jump Right In  
59 One Direction Little Things  
60 Lana Del Rey Summertime Sadness  
61 Little Big Town Tornado  
62 Blake Shelton Sure Be Cool If You Did  
63 Ed Sheeran The A Team  
64 Zac Brown Band Goodbye In Her Eyes  
65 Avril Lavigne Wish You Were Here
66 Ed Sheeran Lego House  
67 Rihanna Feat. David Guetta Right Now  
68 Neighbourhood Sweater Weather  
69 Rihanna Diamonds  
70 Miranda Lambert Mama’s Broken Heart  
71 One Direction Kiss You  
72 Alabama Shakes Hold On  
73 Bruno Mars Gorilla  
74 Hunter Hayes Somebody’s Heartbreak  
75 Billy Currington Hey Girl  
76 Blake Shelton Mine Would Be You  
77 Rolling Stones Doom And Gloom  
78 Florida Georgia Line Round Here  
79 Thompson Square If I Didn’t Have You  
80 Keith Urban Little Bit Of Everything  
81 Florida Georgia Line Get Your Shine On  
82 Darius Rucker Radio  
83 Mariah Carey Feat. Miguel Beautiful  
84 Kelly Clarkson People Like Us  
85 Jason Aldean Night Train  
86 Flo Rida I Cry  
87 Brad Paisley Southern Comfort Zone  
88 Kip Moore Beer Money  
89 Taylor Swift Begin Again  
90 One Direction Best Song Ever  
91 Lady Antebellum Goodbye Town  
92 Selena Gomez Slow Down  
93 Labrinth Feat. Emeli Sande Beneath Your Beautiful  
94 Lady Antebellum Downtown  
95 Bastille Pompeii  
96 Carrie Underwood See You Again  
97 Tim McGraw Feat. Taylor Swift & Keith Urban Highway Don’t Care  
98 Taylor Swift Red  
99 Krewella Alive  
100 Bon Jovi Because We Can  
101 Jason Derülo Marry Me  
102 Britt Nicole Gold  
103 Tyler Farr Redneck Crazy  
104 Of Monsters And Men Mountain Sound  
105 Train Feat. Ashley Monroe Bruises  
106 Evanescence My Heart Is Broken
107 Zac Brown Band Sweet Annie  
108 Band Perry Done
109 Lee Brice Parking Lot Party  
110 Pitbull Feat. Ke$ha Timber  
111 Tim McGraw Southern Girl  
112 Blake Shelton Feat. Pistol Annies & Friends Boys ’round Here  
113 Passion Pit Take A Walk  
114 Kenny Chesney Pirate Flag  
115 Michael Bublé It’s A Beautiful Day  
116 Robin Thicke Feat Kendrick Lamar Give It 2 U  
117 Matchbox Twenty Our Song  
118 Green Day X-kid  
119 Train Mermaid  
120 Jason Aldean 1994
121 Onerepublic If I Lose Myself  
122 Band Perry Don’t Let Me Be Lonely  
123 Miranda Lambert All Kinds Of Kinds  
124 Britney Spears Work Bitch  
125 Little Mix Wings  
126 Katy Perry Unconditionally  
127 Jay-z Feat. Justin Timberlake Holy Grail  
128 Ke$ha Crazy Kids  
129 Kenny Chesney When I See This Bar  
130 Lumineers Stubborn Love  
131 Easton Corbin All Over The Road  
132 Vicci Martinez Feat. Cee Lo Green Come Along  
133 Gary Allan Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)  
134 Brad Paisley Beat This Summer  
135 Hunter Hayes I Want Crazy  
136 Gavin Degraw Best I Ever Had  
137 Carly Rae Jepsen Tonight I’m Getting Over You  
138 Eminem Bezerk  
139 Britney Spears Ooh La La  
140 Keith Urban Feat. Miranda Lambert We Were Us  
141 Goo Goo Dolls Rebel Beat  
142 Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan & Eric Church The Only Way I Know  
143 Pearl Jam Sirens  
144 Soundgarden Been Away Too Long  
145 Cassadee Pope Wasting All These Tears  
146 Darius Rucker Wagon Wheel  
147 Little Big Town Your Side Of The Bed  
148 Brad Paisley I Can’t Change The World  
149 John Mayer Wildfire  
150 Buckcherry Gluttony  
151 Enrique Iglesias Turn The Night Up  
152 Josh Groban Below The Line  
153 Script Feat. Will.i.am Hall Of Fame  
154 Eric Clapton Gotta Get Over  
155 Daniel Powter Crazy All My Life  
156 Bridgit Mendler Hurricane  
157 Young Guns Bones  
158 Sheryl Crow Easy  
159 Carrie Underwood Two Black Cadillacs  
160 Will.i.am Feat. Justin Bieber #thatpower  
161 Jennifer Nettles That Girl  
162 Elton John Home Again  
163 Paloma Faith Picking Up The Pieces  
164 Chris Young Aw Naw  
165 David Bowie The Stars (Are Out Tonight)  
166 Lady Antebellum Compass  
167 Owl City Shooting Star  
168 Rihanna What Now  
169 Kacey Musgraves Merry Go Round  
170 Imagine Dragons Demons  
171 Lady Gaga Feat R. Kelly Do What U Want  
172 Mumford & Sons Lover Of The Light  
173 John Mayer Feat. Katy Perry Who You Love  
174 Anna Kendrick Cups  
175 Youngblood Hawke We Come Running  
176 Kelly Clarkson Tie It Up  
177 Fleetwood Mac Sad Angel  
178 Austin Mahone What About Love  
179 Boz Scaggs Mixed Up, Shook Up Girl  
180 Toby Keith Drinks After Work  
181 Agnetha Fältskog When You Really Loved Someone  
182 Baauer Harlem Shake  
183 Aaron Neville My True Story  
184 Rascal Flatts Changed  
185 Tegan & Sara Closer  
186 Eric Church Creepin’  
187 Hayden Panettiere Telescope  
188 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Feat. Q and Hollis White Walls  
189 Jack Johnson I Got You  
190 David Bowie Where Are We Now?  
191 Paul McCartney New  
192 Avril Lavigne Feat. Chad Kroeger Let Me Go  
193 Enrique Iglesias Heart Attack  
194 Coldplay Atlas  
195 Alex Clare Too Close  
196 Sheepdogs Feeling Good  
197 Steve Cohen Amanda  
198 Demi Lovato Made In The USA  
199 James Blunt Bonfire Heart  
200 Wanted We Own The Night  
201 John Mayer Paper Doll  
202 Lee Brice I Drive Your Truck  
203 Maroon 5 One More Night  
204 Wallflowers Love Is A Country  
205 Rihanna Pour It Up  
206 David Guetta Featuring Sia She Wolf (Falling To Pieces)  
207 Avril Lavigne Rock’n Roll  
208 Ellie Goulding Burn  
209 Rush The Wreckers  
210 Bonnie Mckee American Girl  
211 Florida Georgia Line Stay  
212 Roger Waters Feat. Eddie Vedder Comfortably Numb   [Live]
213 Kenny Chesney El Cerrito Place  
214 Jake Owen Anywhere With You  
215 50 Cent F/ Eminem And Adam Levine My Life  
216 Outasight I’ll Drink To That  
217 Uncle Kracker Nobody’s Sad On A Saturday Night  
218 Pistol Annies Hush Hush  
219 Eli Young Band Drunk Last Night  
220 Bingo Players Feat. Far East Movement Get Up (Rattle)  
221 Cab Endlessly  
222 Dido End Of Night  
223 Onerepublic Good Life (11)
224 Jake Miller A Million Lives  
225 Lorde Team  
226 Band Perry Mother Like Mine  
227 Placebo Too Many Friends  
228 Gary Allen It Ain’t The Whiskey  
229 Kings Of Leon Temple  
230 Sam And The Womp Bom Bom  
231 Nelly Furtado Waiting For The Night  
232 Marina & The Diamonds How To Be A Heartbreaker  
233 Aerosmith & Carrie Underwood Can’t Stop Lovin’ You  
234 Passion Pit Carried Away  
235 Christina Aguilera & Blake Shelton Just A Fool  
236 Backstreet Boys In A World Like This  
237 Paul McCartney Queenie Eye  
238 Mike David Project Why Did You Do It  
239 Pet Shop Boys Memory Of The Future  
240 Junkie Xl Gloria  
241 Chris Brown Fine China  
242 John Fogerty Mystic Highway  
243 Son Volt Hearts And Minds  
244 PSY Gentleman  
245 Dan + Shay 19 You + Me  
246 Luke Bryan Drink A Beer
247 Grant Harrison Just A Little More Often  
248 Boney James Batucada (The Beat)  
249 Fall Out Boy Feat. Elton John Save Rock And Roll  
250 Casey James The Good Life  
251 Caro Emerald Back It Up  
252 Awolnation This Kids Not Alright  
253 Zendaya Replay  
254 Barenaked Ladies Odds Are  
255 MKTO Thank You  
256 Little Big Town Sober  
257 Rod Stewart Can’t Stop Me Now  
258 Flo Rida Feat. Pitbull Can’t Believe It  
259 Blackberry Smoke Pretty Little Lie  
260 Serena Ryder Stompa  
261 Kellie Pickler Someone Somewhere Tonight  
262 Flo Rida Let It Roll  
263 Ylvis The Fox  
264 Maroon 5 Lucky Strike  
265 Gretchen Wilson Still Rollin’  
266 Jennifer Lopez Featuring Pitbull Live It Up  
267 Cher Woman’s World  
268 Trace Adkins Feat. Colbie Caillat Watch The World End  
269 Toby Keith Hope On The Rocks  
270 Scotty McCreery See You Tonight  
271 Hunter Hayes Feat. Jason Mraz Everybody’s Got Somebody But Me  
272 Eminem Survival  
273 Calvin Harris Feat. Florence Welch Sweet Nothing  
274 Ben Howard Keep Your Head Up  
275 Hayden Blurry Nights  
276 Fall Out Boy The Phoenix  
277 Rolling Stones One More Shot  
278 Linkin Park & Steve Aoki A Light That Never Comes  
279 Beach House Myth  
280 Lennon Stella & Maisy Stella Ho Hey  
281 Pearl Jam Mind Your Manners  
282 Jimi Hendrix Somewhere  
283 Fall Out Boy Alone Together  
284 Daft Punk Feat. Pharrell Williams Lose Yourself To Dance  
285 New Kids On The Block Remix (I Like The)  
286 Danielle Bradbery Who I Am  
287 Natalie Maines Without You  
288 Dunwells I Could Be A King  
289 Of Monsters And Men King And Lionheart  
290 Mariah Carey Almost Home  
291 Willie Nelson I Wish I Didn’t Love You So  
292 Henningsens American Beautiful  
293 Cher I Hope You Find It  
294 Dunwells Follow The Road  
295 Gavin Degraw Make A Move  
296 LeAnn Rimes I Do Now  
297 Jack Johnson Radiate  
298 Lonely Island Feat. Adam Levin You Only Live Once (Yolo)  
299 One Direction Rock Me  
300 Rob Zombie We’re An American Band  


RadioMax Top 70 Chart – December 29, 2013

2 2 LORDE – Team 13 2
3 5 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 21 1
4 10 EMINEM & RIHANNA – The Monster 5 2
5 6 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 27 1
6 9 ONE DIRECTION – Story Of My Life 8 5
7 3 BASTILLE – Pompeii 19 3
8 8 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 10 4
9 12 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 11 3
10 7 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 12 6
11 14 AMERICAN AUTHORS – Best Day Of My Life 5 11
12 64 BEYONCE – XO 2 12
13 17 KATY PERRY – Dark Horse 5 13
14 20 JASON ALDEAN – When She Says Baby 4 14
15 24 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 10 11
16 21 JOHN NEWMAN – Love Me Again 8 8
17 22 LUKE BRYAN – Drink A Beer 8 12
18 25 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 37 8
19 42 PEARL JAM – Sirens 11 8
20 23 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 11 6
21 16 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 26 1
22 35 KATY PERRY – Roar 21 2
23 11 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 26 8
24 19 BRUNO MARS – Young Girls 3 19
25 26 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 18 12
26 27 FRAY – Love Don’t Die 10 15
27 13 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 11 2
28 4 AVICCI – Hey Brother 3 4
29 29 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 24 13
30 31 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 15 17
31 37 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 11 27
32 44 U2 – Ordinary Love 3 32
33 49 ZENDAYA – Replay 10 28
34 18 COLBIE CAILLAT – Hold On 6 18
35 28 LORDE – Royals 18 1
36 32 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 11 32
37 33 LADY GAGA – Applause 20 5
38 41 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 10 38
39 46 CHRISTINA PERRI – Human 6 39
40 47 IMAGINE DRAGONS – On Top Of The World 4 40
41 54 FALL OUT BOY – Alone Together 4 41
42 58 MILEY CYRUS – Adore You 4 42
43 63 THE 1975 – Chocolate 8 41
44 65 BRAD PAISLEY – The Mona Lisa 2 44
45 34 BAND PERRY – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 18 15
46 51 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 13 38
47 40 DEMI LOVATO – Neon Lights 5 40
48 15 BRITNEY SPEARS – Perfume 8 15
49 30 JOHN LEGEND – All Of Me 6 30
50 39 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 17 7
51 45 MILEY CYRUS – Wrecking Ball 17 2
53 38 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 13 18
54 48 BILLY CURRINGTON – We Are Tonight 4 44
55 55 VOLBEAT – Lola Montez 8 37
56 56 ONE DIRECTION – Through The Dark 3 56
57 57 BOSTON – Heaven On Earth 4 57
58 59 ROSANNE CASH – Modern Blue 3 58
59 60 ZAC BROWN BAND – Day For The Dead 3 59
60 61 KARMIN – I Want It All 3 60
61 68 JASON DERULO – Trumpets 2 61
62 69 BASTILLE – Bad Blood 2 62
64 50 LEE DeWYZE – Fight 3 50
65 43 PARMALEE – Carolina 5 25
66 52 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – High Hopes 5 17
67 36 ERIC CHURCH – The Outsiders 9 22
68 62 BILLIE JOE & NORAH – Long Time Gone 3 62
69 N NEON JUNGLE – Braveheart 1 69
70 N BRANTLEY GILBERT – Bottoms Up 1 70
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RadioMax Top 70 Chart – December 8, 2013

1 1 PASSENGER – Let Her Go 18 1
2 2 ONEREPUBLIC – Counting Stars 24 1
3 3 PITBUL & KE$HA – Timber 8 3
4 6 LORDE – Team 10 4
5 62 EMINEM & RIHANNA – The Monster 2 5
6 12 LADY GAGA Featuring R. KELLY – Do What U Want 7 4
7 9 BASTILLE – Pompeii 16 7
8 5 ONE DIRECTION – Story Of My Life 5 5
9 16 AVICCI – Wake Me Up 23 1
10 7 KATY PERRY – Unconditional 8 2
11 22 SARA BAREILLES – Brave 34 8
12 19 LUKE BRYAN – Drink A Beer 5 12
13 4 MILEY CYRUS – Wrecking Ball 14 2
14 14 NEIGHBOURHOOD – Sweater Weather 23 8
15 18 FRAY – Love Don’t Lie 7 15
17 63 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN – High Hopes 2 17
18 8 JOHN NEWMAN – Love Me Again 5 8
19 10 ELLIE GOULDING – Burn 9 10
20 64 AMERICAN AUTHORS – Best Day Of My Life 2 20
21 30 SELENA GOMEZ – Slow Down 15 8
22 13 LORDE – Royals 15 1
23 24 ZAC BROWN BAND – Sweet Annie 15 12
24 28 MACKLEMORE & RYAN LEWIS – White Walls 12 17
25 67 PARMALEE – Carolina 2 25
26 17 FLORIDA GEORGIA LINE – Stay 7 11
27 23 JASON DERULO – Marry Me 14 7
28 51 ZENDAYA – Replay 7 28
29 65 KATY PERRY – Dark Horse 2 29
30 66 ERIC PASLAY – Friday Night 2 30
31 21 LADY ANTEBELLUM – Compass 8 6
32 29 ELI YOUNG BAND – Drunk Last Night 10 18
34 50 BRITNEY SPEARS – Perfume 5 33
35 53 TAYLOR SWIFT – Red 23 27
36 27 BAND PERRY – Don’t Let Me Be Lonely 15 15
37 33 KINGS OF LEON – Temple 8 28
38 40 VOLBEAT – Lola Montez 5 38
39 11 PEARL JAM – Sirens 8 8
40 36 KATY PERRY – Roar 18 2
41 34 ERIC CHURCH – The Outsiders 6 32
42 52 ENRIQUE IGLESIAS – Heart Attack 10 31
43 26 DARIUS RUCKER – Radio 21 13
44 41 LITTLE BIG TOWN – Sober 8 41
45 43 ROBIN THICKE – Feel Good 3 43
46 44 COLBIE CAILLAT – Hold On 3 44
47 45 CHRISTINA PERRI – Human 3 45
48 58 PAUL McCARTNEY – Queenie Eye 8 43
49 68 DEMI LOVATO – Neon Lights 2 49
51 42 THE 1975 – Chocolate 5 42
52 48 LADY GAGA – Applause 17 5
53 31 BRUNO MARS – Gorilla 14 5
54 32 BLAKE SHELTON – Mine Would Be You 18 14
55 39 DAN + SHAY – 19 You + Me 7 39
56 46 TRAVIE MCCOY & JASON MRAZ – Rough Water 10 17
57 49 JACK JOHNSON – Radiate 9 45
58 54 BROTHERS OSBORNE – Let’s G There 5 50
59 55 JOHN LEGEND – All Of Me 3 55
60 60 FLO RIDA – How I Feel 4 60
61 38 DAUGHTRY – Waiting For Superman 10 38
62 69 SEETHER – Weak 2 62
63 N JASON ALDEAN – When She Says Baby 1 63
64 N FALL OUT BOY – Alone Together 1 64
65 N IMAGINE DRAGONS – On Top Of The World 1 65
66 N BILLY CURRINGTON – WE Are Tonight 1 66
67 N SARA BAREILLES – Goodbye Yellow Brick Road 1 67
68 N BOSTON – Heaven On Earth 1 68
69 N HEART – All Through The Night 1 69
70 N MILEY CYRUS – Adore You 1 70
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