Enrico’s Hitlist Week 36 (02/09/2013-08/09/2013)
|Rank||Last Week||Artist(s) / Band(s)||Song Title||Weeks|
|1||1||Jessie J||It’s My Party||3|
|2||NEW||Shane Filan||Everything To Me||1|
|3||4||Misha B||Do You Think Of Me||6|
|5||9||Robin Thicke & T.I. & Pharrell||Blurred Lines||16|
|6||2||Luke Britnell||Think Positive||2|
|7||NEW||The Wanted||We Own The Night||1|
|8||7||Savage Garden||Hold Me||3|
|9||5||One Republic||I Lived||5|
|10||6||Mika & Ariana Grande||Popular Song||7|
|11||8||One Republic||Feel Again||15|
|12||RE-ENTRY||Nico & Vlad Mirita||Pe-O Margine De Lume||1|
|14||11||Eliza Doolittle||Big When I Was Little||4|
|15||17||Chris Malinchak||So Good To Me||10|
|16||12||Neon Genesis Evangelion||Opening Theme||5|
|17||20||One Direction||I would||2|
|18||13||One Republic||Life In Color||5|
Third week in a row and it is still celebration time for Jessie J as ‘It’s My Party’ remains Enrico’s Number 1 Hit. It can hold another new entry this week at number two! Shane Filan’s ‘Everything To Me’ having a great debut and just missing out narrowly to the top spot!
It’s been a while since UK band The Wanted had a hit in Enrico’s Hitlist. But week 36 ends the draught for the boys and their first appearance since ‘Lightning’. Rank seven this week for their latest single ‘We Own The Night’. On another note: Neon Genesis Evangelion got lucky and only dipped 4 ranks down to Number 16 this week with their infamous Anime ‘Opening Theme’, as Tokyo was awarded the 32nd Olympic Games in 2020 by the IOC in Buenos Aires, the second time after being host in 1964! I have to admit that the Japanese capital was my favourite to win against Turkish mega city Istanbul and Spanish capital Madrid. Well done Tokyo!
I actually would like to share a third song this week with you. Managing to re-enter ehcharts© at position number 12 it’s Romania’s Eurovision Entry from 2008 ‘P-eo Margine De Lume’. Nico & Vlad are the country’s 2nd most successful Eurovision Entry so far and ranked currently 47th in Enrico’s All Time Eurovision Songs. Nevertheless it is a beautiful song and surely would have done better if it hadn’t been out singing first in Belgrade back then.