вторник, 19 юни 2012 г.

German Chart Comments - Issue Date 15.06

This week we have the first chart under the adopted new rule concerning downloads in Germany. So now every song which is available for download can enter the top 100 without the need for the record companies to register the title in advance. Still, the companies are able to register any title they want for exclusion from the top 100. Seeing the countdown this week, and even in the past few ones, however, shows that now many songs will finally have the chance to appear inside it for the first time.

Back to the singles chart, it's a second week for Loreen on top with her Eurovision winner "Euphoria". Down the top ten, Linkin Park's "Burn It Down" benefits from a video and the use during the broadcast of EURO 2012 and soars ten positions to peak at #10. The football championship in Poland and Ukraine is also responsible for Oceana's "Endless Summer" rising to #13 from #38. The song is actually the anthem of the tournament and marks the biggest hit of the German singer after "Cry Cry" reached just #52.
Loreen - Live

The highest new entry can be found at #11 belonging to Italian duo Tacabro and their summer smash "Tacatà".

Following the #2 peak of "Moves Like Jagger", US band Maroon 5 are back on form with their "Payphone" appearing at #15. It's the fifth top 20 single of the boys in Germany.

At #21 Medina's latest single "Forever" is slowly turning into a successful song for the Danish singer after going up 27 places. It's now her second best performing single after debut "You & I" peaked at #10.

Though "Climax" did not enter the Top 100 (perhaps the old rules forbade it), Usher's latest "Scream" enters successfully at #27. It's his 16th top 30 single in the country, which is quite a steady record.

"Morgen", which arrives at #29, is the debut single of Chima, a German musician with Nigerian origins, while the latest version of Guru Josh's "Infinity" storms the countdown this week at #34. And all signs show that it's gonna be as huge as the 2008 version.
Video - Guru Josh

Ole ohne Kohle, with real name Falko Ochsenknecht, is a German schlager singer whose "Ich bin kein Model und kein Superstar" (at #38) is his first foray in the singles countdown.

Also on the rise we can see Coldplay & Rihanna's amazing "Princess Of China", which shoots itself inside the top 50 at #48 from #96.

And the remaining new entries:
60. Gusttavo Lima - Balada (Tchê Tcherere Tchê Tchê) - Following the ultrasuccess in Austria and Switzerland, is this the new Michel Telo?

65. Florence + The Machine - Breath Of Life - A third single for Florence in Germany.

67. Calvin Harris feat. Ne-Yo - Let's Go - It's not as nearly successful as his Rihanna's team-up but it's still good to see Calvin in the top 100.

70. Asaf Avidan & The Mojos - One Day / Reckoning Song - A first entry for the Israeli rock musician Asaf in Germany.

85. Kid Cudi feat. MGMT & Ratatat - Delayed but a welcome new entry for a great party track.

90. Queensberry - Timeless - The girl band has seen better times before

91. Avicii - Silhouettes - The follow-up to the amazing "Levels" starts low, for now.

94. Los Colorados - I Like To Move It - This remake of the Reel 2 Real 90s smash is performed by an Ukrainian band and is promoted as an official ZDF football hit this summer.

99. Roger Cicero - Für nichts auf dieser Welt - It's once again football involved.

The Album Chart

Die Toten Hosen continue to rule the album chart, while there are new arrivals in the top ten from Kreator's "Phantom Antichrist" at #5, Medina's "Forever" at #8, Gotthard's "Firebirth" at #9 and Sucuk & Champagner's "Summer Cem" at #10.

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