Week No. 10

Enrico’s Hitlist Week 10 (04/03/2013-10/03/2013)

Rank Last Week Artist(s) / Band(s) Song Title Weeks
1 1 Lindi Ortega The Day You Die 3
2 2 Glee Anything Could Happen 4
3 4 Hayden Panettiere Telescope 6
4 3 Emeli Sande Next To Me 3
5 19 Jo Dee Messina Heads Carolina, Tail California 3
6 6 Paloma Faith Never Tear Us Apart 4
7 10 Wang Chung Dance Hall Days 2
8 NEW Ryan Dolan Only Love Survives 1
9 NEW ByeAlex Kedvesem 1
10 5 Nicole Scherzinger Boomerang 5
11 NEW Glee Old Time Rock & Roll / Danger Zone 1
12 7 Krista Siegfrids Marry Me 5
13 NEW Eva Santa Maria Hombres 1
14 NEW Glee Footloose 1
15 11 Celine Dion Prière Paienne 2
16 9 Honey Rider Marley’s Chains 6
17 12 Karmin Brokenhearted 29
18 15 Lady Gaga Fashion Of His Love 2
19 8 Sam Gray This Girl 5
20 17 Ke$ha C’mon 6

Whilst you are all staring at the latest Top 20 of Enrico’s Hitlist I am currently listening to a very cool remix of Boney M’s ‘Rivers Of Babylon’ which was only a minor hit being currently ranked 405th in the All Time charts with 106 points since its first entry back in May 2001. Not sure why I am even telling you this, but I kind of felt like sharing this piece of information.

Back to this weeks charts. You might notice a few new entries. And yes the highest ones are relating to this years Eurovision Song Contest. Ryan Dolan is going to represent the Republic of Ireland with ‘Only Love Survives’ and is this weeks highest debut at position Number 8. I still can’t believe that I am highly likely to miss this years final (to be staged on the 18th of May in Malmo) since I will be New York bound that day. Pretty good song with decent potential to at least reach the final & it is a pretty cool video (which kind of is a bit like David Guetta style).

My charts have also been known for being very ‘international’ and I am pretty much open to all sorts of languages. You might remember an Icelandic song being in the Top 20 a couple of weeks ago?! However, this weeks ‘foreign language price’ goes to Hungary’s Eurovision Entry which entered at Number 9. ‘Kedvesem’ performed by ByeAlex might be as successful as Kati Wolf’s ‘What About My Dreams’ back in 2011 and reach this years final! We shall know more in May.

Other than that you probably have noticed some major movements, like Sam Gray being the biggest free faller with ‘This Girl’ down 11 ranks from 8 to Number 19 or Jo Dee Messina’s massive climb of 14 ranks from 19 up to the 5th position with her country tune ‘Heads Carolina, Tail California’. I am afraid country pop seems to be the leading theme so far this year! But do not fret we’ve only reached March and a lot of things – I am sure about that – will change until Week 52. Feel free to comment about this week’s highest entries or any other songs you like.


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