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Triple A: Lumineers Hold; Green Day Top 5; Nathanson Top 10

* LUMINEERS remain on top again this week with “Ho Hey”
* GREEN DAY top 5 with “Oh Love” rising 7*-4*
* KILLERS move toward the top 10, rising 15*-12* with “Runaways”
* WALK THE MOON land the top debut at 24* with “Anna Sun”
* ALEX CLARE enters at 30* with “Too Close

Alternative: Fun. Land Another #1; Green Day Runner-Up; Lumineers Top 10

* FUN. score a second straight #1 with “Some Nights”
* GREEN DAY vault 6*-2* with “Oh Love” at +235 spins
* LUMINEERS crank inside the top 10 with “Ho Hey” up 12*-10*
* PASSION PIT rise into the top 15, moving 19*-15* with “Take A Walk”
* TWO DOOR CINEMA CLUB vault 40*-30* with “Sleep Alone”

Active Rock: Shinedown Holds; Five Finger #2; Staind Top 10

* SHINEDOWN holds another week at #1 with “Unity”
* FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH surge 5*-2* with “Coming Down” – up 209 spins
* ADELITAS WAY enter the top 3 with “Criticize”
* STAIND crack the top 10 with “Now” up 12*-10*
* HALESTORM vault 17*-11* with “I Miss The Misery”
* LINKIN PARK land the top debut at 31* with “Lost In The Echo”
* SLASH and YOUNG GUNS enter the chart

Hot AC: Maroon 5 Holds Top Spot; Katy Perry Top 3; Kelly Top 10

* MAROON 5 spends another week atop the Hot AC chart with “Payphone”
* KATY PERRY enters the top 3 with “Wide Awake” and seems to be trending well to hit the top
* KELLY CLARKSON cracks the top 10 with “Dark Side”
* There wasn’t much chart movement between #11 and #20 but there were some noticeable spincreases
* TRAIN and FUN. held at 14* and 15* but were up over 200 spins
* NO DOUBT rises 17*-16* with “Settle Down” at +368 spins
* MAROON 5 surges 30*-23* with “One More Night”
* CHER LLOYD and CALVIN HARRIS enter the chart

Urban: 2 Chainz On Top; Wale Top 3; Meek Mill Top 5; Future Top 15

* 2 CHAINZ/DRAKE hold the #1 position with “No Lie”
* WALE enters the top 3 with “Bag Of Money,” featuring RICK ROSS
* MEEK MILL cracks the top 5 with “Amen,” featuring DRAKE & JEREMIH up 8*-5*
* KEYSHIA COLE f/LIL WAYNE goes top 15 as “Enough Of No Love” is up 16*-14*
* Also cracking the top 15 is FUTURE with “Turn On The Lights” up 21*-15*
* FRENCH MONTANA goes top 20 with “Pop That,” featuring RICK ROSS leaping 24*-20*

Rhythmic: Rihanna’s Half Dozen; Kanye Runner-Up; Usher With Two In Top Ten

* RIHANNA holds for a 6th week at #1 with “Where Have You Been”
* KANYE WEST and company rise 4*-2* with “Mercy” – up 252 spins
* USHER now has two in the top 10 with “Scream” at #5 and “Lemme See” coming in at 10*
* FLO RIDA is just outside the top 10, moving 14*-11* with “Whistle”
* MEEK MILL cracks the top 15 with “Amen,” featuring DRAKE & JEREMIH
* NICKI MINAJ also surges here, rising 26*-16* with “Pound The Alarm”
* JUSTIN BIEBER also goes top 20 with “As Long As You Love Me” is up 23*-17*
* ELLIE GOULDING surges 32*-23* with “Lights,” up 374 spins
* DAVID GUETTA enters the chart at 37* with “I Can Only Imagine,” featuring CHRIS BROWN

Top 40: Katy Holds Off Ellie; Guetta Top 5; No Doubt Top 20

* KATY PERRY holds the top spot again this week with “Wide Awake”
* ELLIE GOULDING holds at #2 with “Lights” – but is up 372 and could be #1 next week
* DAVID GUETTA/SIA goes top 5, moving 6*-5* with “Titanium” – up 650 spins
* NO DOUBT enter the top 20, rising 24*-20* with “Settle Down”
* A sharp 30*-25* move for NICKI MINAJ with “Pound The Alarm” – up 784 spins
* CA$H OUT and PITBULL/SHAKIRA are this week’s debuts

Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is

The Super PAC supporting MITT ROMNEY is buying $1 million in radio advertising time in nine states, with the ads to air in COLORADO, FLORIDA, IOWA, NEVADA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NORTH CAROLINA, OHIO, PENNSYLVANIA, and VIRGINIA. AP reports that the ads take President OBAMA to task for spending “a trillion dollars on the stimulus. It failed,” and concludes, “False desperate attacks with no record to run on. It’s the only strategy OBAMA has left.”

President OBAMA is running ads on Spanish-language radio in COLORADO, NEVADA, OHIO, and VIRGINIA stressing his health care package, and the ROMNEY campaign has bought about $150,000 in radio time this month in OHIO and $9,000 in NEW HAMPSHIRE.

Look Who Got Married

ALTERNATIVE DISTRIBUTION ALLIANCE (ADA) will expand its services to the independent music community by officially joining forces with INDEPENDENT LABEL GROUP (ILG). The move officially joins two subsidiaries of WARNER MUSIC GROUP to create “a unified and comprehensive solution for independent music companies.”