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    Re: Adele - 21

    agreed, it is fantastic!!

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    My favourite song on the CD is Turning Tables, I think.
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    Love it, Love it, Love it. The whole album is absolutely amazing.

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    I think this will definitely be up for Album of the Year. Along with Taylor Swift (My Favorite<3) and probably Lady GaGa for Born This Way

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    I didn't really like her first album that much, tbh.

    But I love this one. Rumour Has it = pure awesomeness.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    I didn't really like her first album that much, tbh.

    But I love this one. Rumour Has it = pure awesomeness.
    Neither did I, but my love for 21 made me go back and give it another listen. And it's pretty great in it's own right. I ended up appreciating the minimal amount of production done on most of the songs and just take in the beautiful lyrics she was singing.

    But I'm glad Adele switched directions, and went for a bluesier tone for 21. It totally makes for a much more interesting listen this time around.

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    OMG I just love 21!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoePhoenix7 View Post
    Neither did I, but my love for 21 made me go back and give it another listen. And it's pretty great in it's own right. I ended up appreciating the minimal amount of production done on most of the songs and just take in the beautiful lyrics she was singing.

    But I'm glad Adele switched directions, and went for a bluesier tone for 21. It totally makes for a much more interesting listen this time around.
    Hmm. Okay I think I'll revisit it too. But only after I wear out 21.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatgirl View Post
    Hmm. Okay I think I'll revisit it too. But only after I wear out 21.
    You definitely should. "Right As Rain" and "Tired" are my personal favorites from the album .


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    Love me some Adele, too.

    A little mashup someone did of MY favorite artist (WHitney) and Adele...

    Quote Originally Posted by mojoe54 View Post
    Very nice--they sound good together!
    I know right! I agree.

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    If Adele doesn't get at least one Grammy for 21

    I'm going to bumrush the Grammys a la Kanye West and tell the world how she had the best album of this century. Can somebody tell me why these white girls are making better r&b than half of these sistas? I'm talking to you Beyonce Trolls, Skeri Failson, Riyawna.

    Whatchu talkin 'bout? The break @ 3:25 is the most beautiful piece of music I've heard in recent memory.



    Get it girl!



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    Re: If Adele doesn't get at least one Grammy for 21

    I am in love with this one too:

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlsBObg-1BQ[/ame]

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    ^Meh, I gotta be in the mood to listen to that one, 9 times outta 10 I skip over it.

    Do you notice how she has stepped up her vocal game this time around? Last time she was giving me Peggy Lee, this time she's channeling Pat Benetar or Dusty Springfield. Go gurl! I'm enjoying these new colors to her voice, not that she wasn't vocally brilliant last time around.
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    I love Adele's Rolling in the Deep, so I hope she wins a Grammy.

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    Re: If Adele doesn't get at least one Grammy for 21

    Number one album at our house, it is so hard not to listen to something so amazing and great. Love this girl.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklaar13 View Post
    Number one album at our house
    And that's all that matters. The fact that she was knocked out of the number one spot by a woman-beating orangutan shows that sensationalism and publicity is what sells, not talent. This album is bananas, EASILY one of the best r&b albums of modern times. Easily.
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    I really enjoy Adele's music. So refreshing that she's not some auto-tuned/lip-synching bafoon like so many that are in the Top 40 these days.

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    She's super talented. One of the smartest decisions the Grammys made in the last few years (besides rightfully stiffing Justin Bieber for Esperanza) was anointing Adele Best New Artist over the now embarrassing Jonas Brothers et al.

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    Re: If Adele doesn't get at least one Grammy for 21

    Quote Originally Posted by Karen_Walker View Post
    And that's all that matters. The fact that she was knocked out of the number one spot by a woman-beating orangutan shows that sensationalism and publicity is what sells, not talent. This album is bananas, EASILY one of the best r&b albums of modern times. Easily.
    I was with you until I saw that comment, his album was good too. 21 does deserve a Grammy but next year I think they will be hard to get since they have revamped the categories and axed some categories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton98 View Post
    I was with you until I saw that comment, his album was good too. 21 does deserve a Grammy but next year I think they will be hard to get since they have revamped the categories and axed some categories.
    His album was decent, and the ONLY reason it's in the number one spot is because of the media hype surrounding his temper tantrum at GMA, and the resurrgence of Rihannagate, people talking about the incident again draws more attention to him.

    He's a spoiled, overgrown child who needs to be in a rehab center maturing, not on top of the charts getting more of the ego-stroking that made him think it's ok to beat up pretty island girls.

    His album has two or three hit songs and the rest is filler.
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    A fellow JUBber introduced me to her music. She now has a new fan! She is awesome!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt Pepper View Post
    She's super talented. One of the smartest decisions the Grammys made in the last few years (besides rightfully stiffing Justin Bieber for Esperanza) was anointing Adele Best New Artist over the now embarrassing Jonas Brothers et al.
    Isn't that the truth!

    Although I would have preferred Florence + the Machine over Esperanza.
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    one of the best, truest artists out there. absolutely love her. greatness all around in lyrics, voice, and melody.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyKev View Post
    Love me some Adele, too.

    A little mashup someone did of MY favorite artist (WHitney) and Adele...
    Quote Originally Posted by mojoe54 View Post
    Very nice--they sound good together!
    @ sexykevtaurean79

    must you soil every thread?

    it must be truly sad searching the internet endlessly to come up with any crumb to try and make WH seem relevant. we know her voice now currently is no match for Adele's. Her voice is"It's Not Right But It's Ok"

    @mojoe54

    this mash up is meh. WH can no longer sing. she would be struggling to keep up with Adele.

  26. #76

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    Adele's "21" album not only returns to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart (up two spots), but also becomes the first to sell more than a million copies this year.

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    Adele's "21" (XL Recordings) started the 11th week of its U.K. reign this past Sunday to achieve the longest consecutive run at No. 1 for a studio album by a solo artist in British chart history. .

    "21" also recorded sales in excess of 100,000 last week for the 11th week in a row. Elvis Presley twice recorded longer runs at the U.K. album summit than Adele's current sequence, but with soundtrack releases: 17 weeks at No. 1 for "Blue Hawaii" in 1962 and 12 for "G.I. Blues" the year before. "21," certified seven-times platinum for U.K. shipments of 2.1 million, has now topped the U.K. chart for longer than any album since the Bob Marley and the Wailers compilation "Legend" led the way for its first 12 weeks on the chart from May to August 1984.

    Adele's previous album "19" was, however, nudged out of the No. 2 spot on the new chart by U.K. starlet Katy B's debut set "On A Mission" (Rinse Recordings/Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment). "21" moved down to No. 3.

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    Adele holds at No. 1 on UK album, single charts

    LONDON | Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:37am EDT

    LONDON (Reuters) - British singer-songwriter Adele maintained her grip on both the U.K. single and album charts, the Official Charts Company said on Sunday.

    The Grammy-winning singer's single "Someone Like You" led the field for a third week; her second album "21" has been number one for seven weeks. To add to her dominance, her debut album "19" remained in fourth spot.

    The weekly sales for "21" more than doubled those of its nearest rival "Build A Rocket Boys," the latest release from alternative rock band Elbow. R.E.M. came in at No. 5 with "Collapse Into Now."

    On the singles scene, Jessie J remained at No. 2 with "Price Tag," while R&B singer Rihanna stayed at No. 3 with "S&M," and Lady Gaga was unchanged at No. 4 with "Born This Way." U.S. rapper Wiz Khalifa started at No. 5 with his debut single "Black And Yellow," a recent American chart-topper.

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    I just love that fierce bitch!!!!

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    Adele's '21' Marks Sixth Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200

    It's a sleepy post-Easter week on the Billboard 200 albums chart, as there isn't a single debut in the top 10 -- the first time that has happened since the tally dated Jan. 22. And, not a single album posts a sales gain in the top 40. Things should brighten up next week, once a bevy of new sets from the likes of Beastie Boys and Jennifer Lopez reach the tally.

    Meanwhile, at No. 1 this week -- again -- is Adele's "21," marking its sixth non-consecutive week atop the tally (124,000; down 19% according to Nielsen SoundScan). It's just the fifth album by a woman in the last 10 years to earn as many weeks at No. 1. Since 2001, the only other female solo albums with six weeks in the penthouse are: Taylor Swift's "Fearless" (11 weeks) and "Speak Now" (six), Norah Jones' "Feels Like Home" and Susan Boyle's "I Dreamed a Dream" (both with six).

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    Adele kicks off North American tour with emotional show

    (Rolling Stone) -- When Adele finished a soaring rendition of "Hometown Glory" to open her set at Washington D.C.'s 9:30 Club last night -- the kickoff gig for her North American tour -- she did a mini-curtsy and took a long swig from a teacup.

    "I'm really, really, really nervous," she told the mostly female sell-out crowd. "The last time I was here, the guy who inspired '21' was with me."The assembled roared in solidarity.
    It was the beginning of a non-stop monologue that continued between the set's 16 songs, drawn mostly from "21," the deeply personal break-up album that has sold 1.5 million copies this year.
    It seemed that if she stopped talking, even for a moment, the emotions that clearly simmered just below the surface might explode. Her fans could easily have filled a venue much larger than the 1,200-capacity club -- as, clearly, could her voice. But Adele's nerves might not be ready for anything less intimate.
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    Wearing a high-belted black dress and standing mostly still on a set seemingly designed to look like a retro London flat, with Persian rugs and two dozen vintage lampshades dangling at various heights, Adele belted out her heartache in song after earnest song.
    The material might have turned grating or repetitive in the hands of a lesser talent, but the 23-year-old Brit's reservoir is so deep and the passion so palpable that it's hard to take your eyes off her.
    "I don't know why I get so hot -- it's not like I'm dancing like Beyoncé," she quipped after the particularly melancholic "Don't You Remember" before releasing a signature laugh-honk and moving on to gabbing about the royal wedding.
    "I liked the kissing bit best," she said. "They just seemed like any boyfriend and girlfriend."
    "Turning Tables," one of the angrier tracks on 21, was given a smart, spare arrangement that highlighted the power of Adele's voice, which carried effortlessly into the high rafters, pulling goosebumps from hundreds of arms -- and more than a few tears.
    Read excerpts from Rolling Stone's cover story on Adele
    One of the night's biggest ovations came when the singer introduced her cover of "If It Hadn't Been for Love," by bluegrass band the Steeldrivers.
    "It's about shooting your wife," she said. "I'm not condoning it, but I want to shoot a few f***ing men in my life."
    When she played the re-imagined cover of the Cure's "Lovesong" from 21, she mentioned that the arrangement was originally written for Barbra Streisand, who passed on it.
    She went on to list her "favorites" as Streisand, Bette Midler, Etta James, and June Carter -- a list that accurately reflects Adele's own potent mix of soul and schmaltz.
    Rolling Stone: Before Adele -- a history of British soul divas
    As the set wound down, it was clear the weight was lifting off her shoulders.
    "I can't believe I've managed to wear my high heels throughout the whole show!" she blurted before launching into "Someone Like You," perhaps the most devastating song on 21, in which she confronts her former lover's marriage.
    "Nevermind, I'll find someone like you/I wish nothing but the best for you too," she sang with shaking hands. "Don't forget me, I beg."
    Returning for a triumphant encore -- "The shoes are off!" she declared -- Adele didn't so much deliver her propulsive, bitter signature hit "Rolling in the Deep" as introduce it. This time, her booming voice was just the loudest in a sing-along in which her thousand-plus tribe shared the cathartic joy of acceptance and resilience.

    Adele, in all her pop-culture referencing, quippy glory, delivers that as well as anyone.

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    I absolutely love "21." "Set Fire to the Rain," "Take it All," and "Turning Tables" are my favorites along with "Rolling in the Deep."

    The whole album speaks to me right now though. Love it.

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    It is good to remember "19" every once and while. "Chasing Pavements," "Hometown Glory" and "Cold Shoulder" paved the way for a great sophomore album.

    Her voice is so pure !!!

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    She's a breath of fresh air considering 90% of the music out there lacks melody, is over produced and sung by people with minimal vocal talent. She brought real music back, and I hope she inspires others to do the same!

    My favourite song at the moment is One and Only, although the whole album is great. I love watching her do live performances.

    http://youtu.be/YpDzqyantq0

    I also love hearing her talk about crispy tissues and anal lube at the start of this performance LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondstar View Post
    I love Adele's Rolling in the Deep, so I hope she wins a Grammy.

    I hope she wins more than just one Grammy

    I can't get Rumor Has It off my brain...lol

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    This woman knows how to sing with her heart.

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    must you soil every thread?
    Oh but of course, dear. Anything to get your attention. And anything about WHITNEY always gets your attention. We all know that. Hence why you came in here and went STRAIGHT to my post...

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    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_dErAZL1Hr8[/ame]

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    ONE AND ONLY is her best !!! Hands down

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    Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" claims a second week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, to be released tomorrow (May 19) on Billboard.com, while Lady Gaga's "The Edge of Glory" soars in at No. 3.

    "Rolling in the Deep" strengthens its lock atop the chart with Airplay Gainer honors for a third consecutive week and the Digital Gainer award for the second time in four weeks. The song rises 3-2 on Radio Songs (118 million in audience, up 19%, according to Nielsen BDS) and logs a second frame atop Digital Songs with its highest weekly sum to-date (353,000 downloads sold, up 20%, according to Nielsen SoundScan).

    As previously reported, Adele's "21" dominates the Billboard 200 for an eighth week, while "Rolling in the Deep" sets the weekly plays record in its third frame in charge of the Adult Pop Songs airplay chart.

    http://www.billboard.com/news#/news/...05188862.story

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    Quote Originally Posted by SexyKev View Post
    Oh but of course, dear. Anything to get your attention. And anything about WHITNEY always gets your attention. We all know that. Hence why you came in here and went STRAIGHT to my post...

    ....I like having your attention. It brings me joy.
    Maybe Adele will take pity on Whit and when she gets out of rehab will let her open for her on the upcoming world tour.

    or maybe she'll let her do background vocals and some throwawy B-side.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LW8viOxUiRg[/ame]

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    Adele's '21' breaks US album chart record

    Adele is on course to spend a ninth week on top of the Billboard 200 chart next week with her second album 21.

    The 'Someone Like You' star broke records earlier in the week by spending an eighth week at number one, giving her the longest album reign in the US since early 2009.

    The feat also means that Adele is the only British act in over 20 years to remain at the top for a sustained period of time since George Michael's Faith spent 12 non-consecutive weeks at number one in 1987/88.

    According to Billboard, the 23-year-old singer is looking to manage another week at the top with predicted sales of 55,000. However, it is expected that the record-breaker will not be able to fight off competition from Lady GaGa, who will release her highly-anticipated Born This Way album on Tuesday.

    Adele's 'Rolling in the Deep' has also spent its second week at number one on the US Hot 100 chart.

    http://www.digitalspy.com/music/news...rt-record.html

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    Adele - Someone Like You (Live in Her Home)

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    Adele on the cover of OUT

    She had to have her heart broken -- twice -- to break the charts, but Adele is not about to let fame to go her head. As she begins a U.S. tour, the singer opens up about the heartache behind her music, the danger of fan mail, and why she thinks singer is too big a word for her.

    By Aaron Hicklin

    Meeting Adele can be discombobulating. She's a global sensation whose latest album, 21, has broken records left, right, and center, but to call her a pop star seems, somehow, to miss the point of someone so lacking in ego, so resolutely determined to downplay her celebrity -- even when that someone is the first living artist since the Beatles, in 1964, to have had two albums and two singles in the British top 5. "I always say I'm a singing lady, rather than a singer," says Adele. "Singer is a big word for me. My interpretation of a singer is Etta James and Carole King and Aretha Franklin."

    It is a sunny day in Amsterdam, and Adele is in her pajamas, her long hair splayed out around her head, a cigarette dangling from one hand (she smokes 20 a day). Boats float by on the canal just below us; on one, a trio of adolescent girls starts squawking, "Are you Adele?" and collapse into gasps and sighs when she flashes them a corroborating smile. Later, she will perform to a frenzied crowd in Paradiso, a converted church booked before it was clear that she could fill venues many times the size. It's a story that's been repeated across Europe: venues too small to accommodate her exploding career. "We're playing Shepherd's Bush in London, and I didn't even think I'd sell that out," she says of the 2,000-capacity venue. "It went in about 10 seconds. It's still hard to take it all in. Every now and then I wonder when it's going to slow down." She says she's lost a few friends "who just don't get it and treat me weird," but that she has managed to maintain her identity and keep sight of the things that count. "I've met people I admire, and people I don't admire who are completely affected by their success, and I fucking hate them," she says. "There's so many people who believe their own hype and treat people like shit, and if I was ever like that I would absolutely stop doing what I'm doing for a while and go and find myself again. I find it grotesque when people change because of it, but maybe it's because they're not as good at keeping in contact with the people who love them for a reason."

    It may be premature to claim that Adele stands comparison with any of her idols, but at 23, it's clear that she is something special. She wrote her breakout single, "Hometown Glory," in 10 minutes -- when she was 16 -- after a row with her mom, who wanted her to leave home for university. It was released in 2007, just 500 copies, in vinyl. Two years later she walked away from the 2009 Grammys clutching two awards -- for Best New Artist and for her single "Chasing Pavements." Her shoes were off and her belt was undone when the announcement was made. "I had just come back from the toilet, so my Spanx weren't even all the way up," she recalls. "Then I won Best New Artist, and it was like time slowed down, and I was hovering over myself, pissing myself laughing. It was amazing."

    http://www.out.com/features/2011/05/...ngs-The-Blues/

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    I can't decide who I want to see in concert more...Britney or Adele

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    Quote Originally Posted by ILLBFIRE View Post
    I can't decide who I want to see in concert more...Britney or Adele
    Adele Cancels Remaining U.S. Tour Dates Due to Illness

    British singer Adele has scrapped the remaining nine dates of her sold-out North American tour due to laryngitis.

    She already had postponed five shows under doctor's orders following her recent diagnosis. While resting in Los Angeles, she met with an Otolaryngology specialist who determined it was imperative that she take the next few weeks to recover.

    "I'm really frustrated. I was hoping with a weeks rest I'd be better to sing again straight away," she said in a statement Friday. "However there is absolutely nothing I can do but take the doctor's advice and rest some more. I'm so sorry. See you soon, love Adele."

    Plans to reschedule the cancelled tour dates will be provided when available.

    http://www.billboard.com/#/events/ad...05215932.story

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    I'm sorry rolling in the deep is just fantastic..A group did a cover of this at my school..Needless to say Justice needs to be brought to them

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    Quote Originally Posted by miaedu View Post
    Adele Cancels Remaining U.S. Tour Dates Due to Illness

    British singer Adele has scrapped the remaining nine dates of her sold-out North American tour due to laryngitis.

    She already had postponed five shows under doctor's orders following her recent diagnosis. While resting in Los Angeles, she met with an Otolaryngology specialist who determined it was imperative that she take the next few weeks to recover.

    "I'm really frustrated. I was hoping with a weeks rest I'd be better to sing again straight away," she said in a statement Friday. "However there is absolutely nothing I can do but take the doctor's advice and rest some more. I'm so sorry. See you soon, love Adele."

    Plans to reschedule the cancelled tour dates will be provided when available.

    http://www.billboard.com/#/events/ad...05215932.story
    NO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! This sucks

    I guess the choice has been made for me

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    Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" continues ruling the airwaves as it slides onto the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at No. 100. The singer, who announced the cancellation of her remaining U.S. tour dates due to laryngitis today (June 3), saw the first single from sophomore album "21" receive over a dozen spins each from San Francisco station KBLX and KMEL. The track still sits atop the Hot 100 and Mainstream Top 40 charts for a 4th week, and stays at No. 18 on the Rock Songs chart.

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    Adele's Still 'Deep' Atop Hot 100

    Adele's "Rolling in the Deep" claims a fifth week at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, to be released tomorrow (June 9) on Billboard.com, while Coldplay's "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" charges in as the chart's top new entry.

    "Rolling in the Deep" spends a second week atop Radio Songs (150 million in audience, up 5%, according to Nielsen BDS). The multi-format hit rewrites the weekly plays record (5,069) on Adult Pop Songs, where it reigns for a fifth week, tops Pop Songs for a second week and bullets at No. 3 on Adult Contemporary and No. 18 on Rock Songs. "Rolling in the Deep" additionally continues making inroads at urban radio, rising 100-82 on R&B/Hip-Hop Songs.

    On Digital Songs, "Deep" logs a fifth frame at No. 1 (244,000 downloads sold, down 4%, according to Nielsen SoundScan).

    http://www.billboard.com/#/news/adel...05221272.story

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