Week No. 45

Enrico’s Hitlist Week 45 (04/11/2013-10/11/2013)

Rank Last Week Artist(s) / Band(s) Song Title Weeks
1 1 Aubrey Peeples Gonna Get Even 4
2 2 Hayden Panettiere Trouble Is 2
3 NEW Emm Gryner A Good Day 1
4 3 Sleeping Beauty Magical House Cleaning Blue Or Pink 2
5 NEW Icona Pop All Night 1
6 NEW Nashville Cast  A Life That’s Good 1
7 4 James Blunt Bones 2
8 NEW Chris Carmack What If I Was Willing 1
9 NEW Connie Britton The Best Songs Come From Broken Hearts 1
10 5 Misha B Do You Think Of Me 15
11 8 Maiko Hashimoto Say Yes 2
12 7 Dolly Parton Light Of A Clear Blue Morning 2
13 6 James Blunt Bonfire Heart 3
14 9 Luminate Let My Love Open The Door 6
15 11 Robin Thicke The Good Life 8
16 13 Tegan & Sara Closer 8
17 NEW Glee Roar 1
18 16 Tegan & Sara I Couldn’t Be Your Friend 2
19 10 The Vamps Can We Dance 5
20 15 Gabrielle Ring Meg 4

Better late than never right?! And right in front of you is the latest edition of Enrico’s Top 20! Dominating this week is without a doubt the US TV hit-show from ABC ‘Nashville’!! Not only does Aubrey Peeples remain on the top position for a fourth week in a row! Surprising factor to me this week is the amount of overflow of new entries, such as from the Nashville Cast, Connie Britton & Chris Carmack which just shows the incredible talent behind the scenes in producing amazing new songs! I hope you agree with me on this one!

First one up though is what I would almost call a come back after their sudden disappearance a few weeks ago. Of course I am talking about Swedish Pop sensation Icona Pop and their new entry ‘All Night’ replacing previous smash hit ‘I Love It’. Needless to say they did a brilliant job and rank five is a pretty good result given the dominance of Nashville this week!

Sticking to Sweden but not in this weeks Top 20 is a blast from the past is a song which entered Enrico’s Hitlist exactly 10 years ago!!! Nowadays I would even classify this one as a typical Eurovision Song! It is one of Sweden’s most successful performances and will go down in history as a so called classic! Sweden for some reason just knows how to do good pop music. However, their life performance does remind me a bit of the X-Factor!!!

Last but not least I should honour Robin Thicke, not with his 2013 sensational hit ‘Blurred Lines’ though! No! The honour goes to his Number 1 hit single – yes that’s right – ‘The Good Life’. Unfortunately there is no good video of it so far and the song is on the leaving the Top 20 pattern but I thought I owe it to you plus to end this weeks Top 20 on a positive note!

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