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CMJ’S TOP 10 ALBUMS

1 WHITE BLOOD CELLS White Stripes (V2) 2 ABOUT A BOY Badly Drawn Boy (ARTISTdirect) 3 WOOD/WATER The Promise Ring (Epitaph-Anti) 4 CONTROL Pedro the Lion (Jade Tree) 5 SOURCE TAGS AND CODES …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead (Interscope) 6 YANKEE HOTEL FOXTROT Wilco (Nonesuch) 7 BLOOD MONEY Tom Waits (Epitaph-Anti) 8 WHEN I WAS CRUEL Elvis Costello (Island) 9 PLASTIC FANG The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion (Matador) 10 ALICE Tom Waits (Epitaph-Anti)

Week ending 5/1/02

MTV.COM’S TOP 10 MOST REQUESTED VIDEO STREAMS

1 ”WHAT’S LUV?” Fat Joe 2 ”DON’T LET ME GET ME” Pink 3 ”I FEEL SO” Box Car Racer 4 ”SATURDAY (OOOH OOOH!)” Ludacris 5 ”OVERPROTECTED” Britney Spears 6 ”FOOLISH” Ashanti 7 ”DOWN ASS CHICK” Ja Rule 8 ”THEY SAY VISION” Res 9 ”ON THE RADIO” Nelly Furtado 10 ”WE ARE ALL MADE OF STARS” Moby

Week ending 4/20/02

WKCR (89.9 FM, NEW YORK) ‘C.M. FAMALAM SHOW’ TOP 10 PLAYLIST

1 ”SUPERWOMAN” Yesterday’s New Quintet (Stone’s Throw/555-Soul) 2 ”CULT LEADER” Non-Phixion (Uncle Howie) 3 ”BASICALLY” Kim Hill (demo) 4 ”BULLIT” Binkis (Fruitmeat) 5 ”IRRECONCILABLE” Sub-Concious (Fruitmeat) 6 ”SHOUT (Remix)” Yesh (Ill Boogie) 7 ”BRANDED” DJ Jazzy Jeff featuring Pauly Yamz (BBE) 8 ”FIRST THINGS FIRST” J-Live (Seven Heads) 9 ”THOUGHT AT WORK” The Roots (promo) 10 ”TOJ” El-P (Definitive Jux)

Week ending 4/30/02

L2T ON THE ROAD: AUSTIN, TEXAS WATERLOO RECORDS For the past 20 years, this famed store has been celebrating its rich local talent. ”There are so many great acts here,” says owner John Kunz, who keeps a rack stocked with new releases by Texas musicians. Kunz proudly points out four Austin-area singer-songwriters on this list of Waterloo’s 10 top sellers: Griffin (”emotionally honest”), Smith (”homey, with some edge”), Gilkyson (”ethereal pop-folk”), and Schneider (”idiosyncratic — and our store’s all-time best-selling artist”). He adds: ”And I think Norah Jones went to music school in [Texas].” Talk about a Lone Star state of mind.

1 YANKEE HOTEL FOXTROT, Wilco (Nonesuch) 2 COME AWAY WITH ME, Norah Jones (Blue Note) 3 STEREO, Paul Westerberg (Vagrant) 4 1000 KISSES, Patty Griffin (ATO) 5 SUNFLOWER, Darden Smith (Dualtone) 6 WHEN I WAS CRUEL, Elvis Costello (Island) 7 LOST AND FOUND, Eliza Gilkyson (Red House) 8 C’MON, C’MON, Sheryl Crow (A&M) 9 SILVER LINING, Bonnie Raitt (Capitol) 10 LONELYLAND, Bob Schneider (Universal)

Week ending 4/28/02

POLLSTAR’S TOP 10 CONCERT TOURS (PER-SHOW AVERAGE GROSS)

1 PAUL MCCARTNEY $2,570,918 2 CROSBY, STILLS, NASH & YOUNG $1,126,291 3 ‘N SYNC $1,054,948 4 LUIS MIGUEL $736,038 5 NEIL DIAMOND $718,507 6 CREED $590,050 7 BARRY MANILOW $472,290 8 ROBIN WILLIAMS $373,745 9 LINKIN PARK $295,780 10 ALAN JACKSON $282,251

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