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It’s that time again when Fall TV is in full swing. As stations add new shows and bring back some favorites, many of them have featured The Pink Logs. If you watch closely this season, you’ll be able to see The Pink Logs in various episodes of your favorite shows including Dancing with the Stars, Gossip Girl, Heroes, House, Melrose Place and Vampire Diaries.

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Mediaguide - Official US Chart Source
Alternative Specialty
Top 20 Songs

For Week Beginning 09/14/2009
TW Artist Title Label
1 Manic Street Preachers Jackie Collins Existential Question Time Columbia
2 The Rifles The Great Escape Nettwerk
3 Death Cab For Cutie Meet Me On The Equinox Chop Shop / Atlantic
4 Echo & The Bunnymen Think I Need It Too Ocean Rain
5 Muse Uprising Warner Bros.
6 Yo La Tengo Nothing To Hide Matador
7 Arctic Monkeys Crying Lightning Domino
8 ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead Inland Sea Justice
9 The Bravery Slow Poison Island
10 Weezer (If You're Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To Universal
11 The Big Pink Velvet 4AD
12 Sea Wolf Wicked Blood Dangerbird
13 Glasvegas It's My Own Cheating Heart That Makes Me Cry Columbia
14 AFI Medicate DGC / Interscope
15 Monsters Of Folk Say Please Shangri-La
16 Pearl Jam The Fixer Monkeywrench
17 Atreyu Storm To Pass Hollywood
18 Muse Resistance Warner Bros.
19 Eva & The Heartmaker Please! Sony / RED Distribution
20 A Place To Bury Strangers In Your Heart Mute
Alternative Specialty
Top 20 Releases

For Week Beginning 09/14/2009
TW Artist Title Label
1 Arctic Monkeys Humbug Domino
2 The Rifles The Great Escape Nettwerk
3 Manic Street Preachers Journal For Plague Lovers Columbia
4 Pearl Jam Backspacer Monkeywrench
5 Muse The Resistance Warner Bros.
6 Yo La Tengo Popular Songs Matador
7 Silversun Pickups Swoon Dangerbird
8 Kings Of Leon Only By The Night RCA
9 Various Artists Twilight: New Moon [Original Soundtrack] Chop Shop / Atlantic
10 Echo & The Bunnymen Think I Need It Too [Single] Ocean Rain
11 The Raveonettes In And Out Of Control Vice
12 The Big Pink A Brief History Of Love 4AD
13 Sea Wolf White Water, White Bloom Dangerbird
14 ...And You Will Know Us By The Trail Of Dead The Sell Out EP [EP] Justice
15 The Postmarks Memoirs at the End of the World Legacy / Sony BMG
16 The Soulsavers Broken Columbia
17 Japandroids Post-Nothing Polyvinyl
18 The Bravery Slow Poison [Single] Island
19 Florence & The Machine Lungs Island
20 Shinedown The Sound Of Madness Atlantic

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Chart Analysis

Chart Analysis

THE MANICS BOW BIG: That would be the UK’s Manic Street Preachers, who debut at No.1 on the Mediaguide Alternative Specialty Song chart with the terrifically titled “Jackie Collins Existential Question Time,” helping full-length Journal for Plague Lovers (Columbia) to a No.3 showing on the Album end. The album features lyrics from founding member Richey Edwards, who mysteriously disappeared in 1995 and was only just legally declared dead last November. Also waving the Union Jack on the charts this week is London act The Rifles, who debut at No.2 on both charts this week, with the title track of The Great Escape (Nettwerk) doing the honors on the Song side. Completing the triple, Sheffield’s Arctic Monkeys continue to reign supreme on the Album index with Humbug (Domino), which enjoys its third straight week atop the pile. That doesn’t mean there still aren’t some more debuts to report, though…quite the contrary, lead by Death Cab for Cutie at No.3 on the Song side with “Meet Me on the Equinox,” the first single from the forthcoming Twilight: New Moon OST (Chop Shop/Atlantic), which itself debuts at No.9 on the Album index. Speaking of the number nine, that’s where Big Apple quintet The Bravery bows on the Song side this week with “Slow Poison” (Island), which gains enough spins to also chart at No.18 on the Album end. Look for them on tour with support from the fabulous Living Things starting October 1; for full dates, check out Making a big move to enter the Top 10 on the Song side is longtime Alt-faves Weezer, who advance 58-10 with the wordy “(If You’re Wondering If I Want You To) I Want You To,” allowing new Universal effort Ratitude to jump 79-21 on the Album chart.

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