Wednesday, May 18, 2011

This Week's Tunes

I have all of my exams and essays finished at last in my night time degree course for this term so I hope to post more regularly on this blog over the summer. Adele, Gwyneth, three acts from the Eurovision, Yasmin, Calvin Harris feat Kelis, Lady Antebellum and Gaga were the new songs I liked over the past seven days. All  have been featured on recent posts.

Strike Curious Poses Chart 16-5-2011

1(-): Turning Tables - Adele
2(-): Turning Tables - Gwyneth Paltrow
3(-): Rockefeller Street - Getter Jaani
4(-): In Love For A While - Anna Rossinelli
5(-): Popular - Eric Saade
6(-): Finish Line (Freemasons Pegasus Club Mix) - Yasmin
7(1): Rolling In a Deep Wicked Game - Adele Vs Chris Isaak
8(2): Move Your Body - Beyonce
9(3): Changed The Way You Kiss Me - Example
10(-): Bounce - Calvin Harris featuring Kelis

11(4): Put Your Hands Up (If You Feel Love) - Kylie Minogue
12(-): Just A Kiss - Lady Antebellum
13(18): California King Bed - Rihanna
14(5): Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F) (Almighty Club Mix) - Katy Perry
15(-): The Edge Of Glory - Lady Gaga
16( 11): Homeboy - Eric Church
17(14): Moment 4 Life - Nicki Minaj
18(9): Call your Girlfriend - Robyn
19(7): Asthma Attack - CockNBullKid
20(13): Unorthodox - Wretch 32 featuring Example
21(10): Hush Hush - Alexis Jordan
22(8): Motivation - Kelly Rowland Featuring Lil Wayne
23(6): you and I - George Michael
24(15): This Is Not The End - Clare Maguire
25(16): All Of The Lights - Kayne West
26(20): Jar Of Hearts - Christina Perri
27(19): The Shield and the Sword - Clare Maguire
28(17): I Remember Me - Jennifer Hudson
29(12): Girls Fall Like Dominoes - Nicki Minaj
30(30): Right There - Nicole Scherzinger featuring 50 Cent

Here's Adele singing Turning Tables on David Letterman's show.



Anonymous said...

Great chart as ever.

I've just heard Jar Of Hearts for the first time today; it's pretty lovely. A touch of Beyoncé's Halo about it?

Unknown said...

I love it, it's been in the usa charts for months, it should have been a hit in the UK, years ago a song like that would have been,