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The Lifesavas get the spirit, Buddy Jewell helps himself, and matchbox twenty are feeling much better, thank you

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CMJ’S HIP-HOP TOP 10

1 SPIRIT IN STONE Lifesavas (Quannum)

2 SHADES OF BLUE: MADLIB INVADES BLUE NOTE Madlib (Blue Note)

3 THE GREY AREA Onry Ozzborn (One Drop)

4 SPEAKERBOXXX/THE LOVE BELOW OutKast (Arista)

5 BACKBREAKANOMICS Mars Ill (Gotee)

6 SEVEN’S TRAVELS Atmosphere (Rhymesayers/Epitaph)

7 MONOLITH Omid (Mush)

8 ESCAPE FROM ALCATRAZ Rasco (Coup d’Etat)

9 SHADOWS ON THE SUN Brother Ali (Rhymesayers)

10 LET’S GET SERIOUS Party Fun Action Committee (Definitive Jux)

Source: Copyright 2003. Used with permission of CMJ/CMJ.com.

TOP 10 SESSIONS@AOL

1 Hilary Duff 2 Michelle Branch 3 50 Cent 4 Mary J. Blige 5 Ashanti 6 Christina Aguilera 7 Ludacris 8 John Mayer 9 Chingy 10 Dido

For the month of September

WAYV (FM 95.1, ATLANTIC CITY) TOP HITS

1 ”UNWELL” matchbox twenty (Atlantic)

2 ”CALLING ALL ANGELS” Train (Columbia)

3 ”THE REMEDY (I WON’T WORRY)” Jason Mraz (Elektra)

4 ”MISS INDEPENDENT” Kelly Clarkson (RCA)

5 ”ARE YOU HAPPY NOW?” Michelle Branch (Maverick/Warner Bros.)

6 ”WHY DON’T YOU AND I” Santana featuring Alex Band (Arista)

7 ”HEAVEN” Live (Radioactive/MCA)

8 ”BRING ME TO LIFE” Evanescence featuring Paul McCoy (Wind-Up)

9 ”INTUITION” Jewel (Atlantic)

10 ”DRIFT AWAY” Uncle Kracker featuring Dobie Gray (Lava/Atlantic)

For the week of 9/28/03

L2T ON THE ROAD: PITTSBURGH

PAUL’S COMPACT DISCS In 1993, Jim’s Records, a Steel City staple since 1977, got a new name when Paul Olszewski, a then-27-year-old recent college grad, decided to make it his own. With no business experience and a passion for eclectic indie music, Olszewski has gotten by just selling what he likes. Right now he digs the New Pornographers, who hold the No. 6 spot on the shop’s current best-seller list, and he takes pride in the fact that he runs a store where ”a Television reissue [see the No. 10 slot] is more popular than any Britney Spears album.” Impressive — just don’t turn on the radio and kill the buzz, man. — KR

1 IT STILL MOVES My Morning Jacket (ATO/RCA)

2 THE JERKS WIN AGAIN Karl Hendricks Trio (Merge)

3 SOUL JOURNEY Gillian Welch (Acony)

4 YOU FORGOT IT IN PEOPLE Broken Social Scene (Arts & Crafts)

5 NEW YORK NOISE…1978-1982 Various Artists (Soul Jazz)

6 ELECTRIC VERSION The New Pornographers (Matador)

7 GET HAPPY!! Elvis Costello and the Attractions (Rhino)

8 THUNDER + LIGHTNING Modey Lemon (Birdman)

9 GREENDALE Neil Young & Crazy Horse (Reprise)

10 MARQUEE MOON Television (Elektra/Rhino)

For the week ending 9/28/03

POLLSTAR’S Top 10 GROSSING TOURS (PER-SHOW AVERAGE GROSS)

1 BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN & THE E STREET BAND $7,037,993 2 SUMMER SANITARIUM TOUR/METALLICA $2,620,859 3 EAGLES $1,902,073 4 PHISH $1,702,281 5 AEROSMITH/KISS $1,542,693 6 JIMMY BUFFETT $1,302,103 7 DAVE MATTHEWS BAND $1,241,955 8 FLEETWOOD MAC $1,107,502 9 DIXIE CHICKS $1,084,149 10 PEARL JAM $999,197