Friday, July 01, 2011

Personal Chart, July 2, 2011


Paul said...

Edge of Glory finally getting the debut it deserves on my chart this week :) It just gets better!

Project Mobius said...

I don't know. "The Edge of Glory" felt great to me when it debuted, but it eventually grew away from me with an awkward retro/90's sound. It got back on my personal playlist more after Clarence Clemons passed away, but it still doesn't hold the magic it originally held with me.

J.Mensah said...

Off topic, but do you have the new take that ep as a separate album on your iPod or tagged on the end of Progress?

ww_adh said...

Paul - Yay! I agree. When it first came out, I thought it wasn't an equal to "Born This Way" or "Judas," but it grew on me, and now I like it a lot.

Mobius - I think I like the '90s sound, and more and more we're going to hear '90s stuff come into vogue now (see this week's #1 UK hit, for example).

J.Mensah - Separate. If you cherry-pick the new songs, it should be separately anyway, since they are tracks 1 through 8 out of 19.

ww_adh said...

By the way, this is Lady Gaga's 10th #1 hit on my personal chart, making her only the fourth artist to have at least 10 #1s (after Madonna, Janet Jackson, and Mariah Carey).

ww_adh said...

Personal Chart YTD Top 10

1. Rolling in the Deep - Adele (6 wks @ #1)

2. Someone Like You - Adele (5 wks @ #1)

3. Born This Way - Lady Gaga (3 wks @ #1)

4. Price Tag - Jessie J feat. B.o.B (#3)

5. E.T. - Kanye West feat. Katy Perry (4 wks @ #1)

6. S&M - Rihanna (1 wk @ #1)

7. On the Floor - Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull (8 wks @ #2)

8. F**kin' Perfect - P!nk (1 wk @ #2)

9. Grenade - Bruno Mars (3 wks @ #1)

10. Firework - Katy Perry (2 wks @ #1)

Project Mobius said...

"E.T. - Kanye West feat. Katy Perry"

I guess you could say that, but I've always considered Katy Perry to be the star of the song. As a matter fo fact, the version without Kanye is better, in my opinion, and that's the one I have #1 overall on my "Songs of the Year" so far.

ww_adh said...

Oops. That was just a mistake. Not an editorial comment.