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Top Singles

1. “Let Me Love You”

Mario

2. “1, 2 Step”

Ciara

3. “Lovers and Friends”

Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz

4. “Soldier”

Destiny’s Child

5. “Drop It Like It’s Hot”

Snoop Dogg

6. “How We Do”

The Game

7. “Disco Inferno”

50 Cent

8. “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

Green Day

Top Albums

1. “The Documentary”

The Game

2 “American Idiot”

Green Day

3 “Encore”

Eminem

4 “Greatest Hits”

Shania Twain

5. “Get Lifted”

John Legend

6. “Breakaway”

Kelly Clarkson

7. “Confessions”

Usher

8 Red Light District”

Ludacris

Mainstream Rock Tracks

1. “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

Green Day

3. “Home”

Three Days Grace

2. “Burning Bright”

Shinedown

4. “Scars”

Papa Roach

5. “Fall to Pieces”

Velvet Revolver

6. “If I Die Tomorrow”

Motley Crue

7. “Let Me Go”

3 Doors Down

8. “So Cold”

Breaking Benjamin

Hot Country Singles

1. “Mud on the Tires

Brad Paisley

2. “You’re My Better Half”

Keith Urban

3. “Bless the Broken Road”

Rascal Flatts

4. “Awful, Beautiful Life”

Darryl Worley

5. “When I Think About Cheatin’ ”

Gretchen Wilson

6. “Some Beach”

Blake Shelton

7. “Nothin ‘Bout Love Makes Sense”

LeAnn Rimes

8. “Monday Morning Church”

Alan Jackson

Top Country Albums

1. “Greatest Hits”

Shania Twain

2. “Feels Like Today”

Rascal Flatts

3. “Greatest Hits 2”

Toby Keith

4. “50 Number Ones”

George Strait

5. “Here for the Party”

Gretchen Wilson

6. “Horse of a Different Color”

Big & Rich

7. “Live Like You Were Dying”

Tim McGraw

8. “When the Sun Goes Down”

Kenny Chesney

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