Country Chart News – The Top 30 Digital Singles: The Week of September 26, 2012

This week the Top 30 Digital Singles chart finds some interesting factoids, including five artists who have at least two singles inside the Top 30. Read on to see the whole rundown with your favorite stars.

Taylor Swift Remains #1 with the divisive “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” while The X-Factor helped Randy Houser Score two chart hits this week.

Taylor Swift’s “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” continues to dominate the digital single chart but it’s likely the last week it will do this as “Begin Again” is leading all-genres on the sales charts this week. Sitting at #2 this week is Hunter Hayes with his #1 radio airplay hit, the Platinum-selling “Wanted.” He sold 91,000 copies of the single this week, a 24,000 copy jump over last week. the #3 single this week is “Blown Away,” the hit single from Carrie Underwood while Little Big Town’s Platinum hit “Pontoon” is next. Florida Georgia Line rounds out the Top 5 of this chart rundown with their debut single “Cruise.” They should hit Gold with the single next week.

Jason Aldean “Take A Little Ride” Leads Second Half of Top 10.

Jason Aldean’s “Take A Little Ride” continues to do well on the radio airplay while leading #s 6-10. Right behind him is Lee Brice’s “Hard 2 Love.” Rascal Flatts’ “Come Wake Me Up” is at #8 this week with a 9,000 sales gain. Luke Bryan’s “Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye” follows at #9 while Dustin Lynch’s “Cowboys And Angels” rounds out the Top 10.

Risers Of The Week: Luke Bryan, Eric Church, And Randy Houser

Luke Bryan, Randy Houser and Eric Church each have a pair of singles in the 11-30 section of the chart with Luke Bryan’s “Drunk On You” at #12, and “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” at 20. Randy Houser’s first single “Anything Goes” jumps to #25 thanks to a guy singing it on an audition of the TV show The X-Factor while his latest single “How Country Feels” sits at #30, making its first appearance on this chart. Eric Chrch’s “Springsteen” and “Creepin” are #s 14 and #15 on the chart. Lady Antebellum rounds out our rundown with “Wanted You More” jumping 14 slots to #29. 

Of note: Hunter Hayes has sold 501,000 copies of first single “Storm Warning,” giving him another Gold single – joining the now-platinum “Wanted.”

Top 30 Digital Singles In Country Music (9/26/12)

*Numbers are rounded to nearest thousandth.

LW TW Artist Song Title TW LW Total

1 1 Taylor Swift We Are Never Ever Getting Back… 196,000 226,000 1,889,000

4 2 Hunter Hayes Wanted 91,000 67,000 1,380,000

3 3 Carrie Underwood Blown Away 76,000 67,000 880,000

5 4 Little Big Town Pontoon 63,000 65,000 1,324,000

6 5 Florida Georgia Line Cruise 60,000 51,000 464,000

7 6 Jason Aldean Take A Little Ride 47,000 46,000 725,000

8 7 Lee Brice Hard To Love 39,000 38,000 683,000

11 8 Rascal Flatts Come Wake Me Up 37,000 26,000 320,000

9 9 Luke Bryan Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye 37,000 33,000 231,000

10 10 Dustin Lynch Cowboys and Angels 30,000 31,000 638,000

2 11 Taylor Swift Ronan 30,000 116,000 357,000

16 12 Luke Bryan Drunk On You 27,000 20,000 1,966,000

12 13 Tim McGraw Truck Yeah 27,000 24,000 434,000

17 14 Eric Church Springsteen 24,000 20,000 1,760,000

14 15 Eric Church Creepin’ 24,000 20,000 209,000

18 16 Jake Owen The One That Got Away 21,000 290,000 254,000

13 17 Kenny Chesney Come Over 19,000 21,000 946,000

22 18 Miranda Lambert Fastest Girl In Town 19,000 16,000 230,000

21 19 Blake Shelton Over 19,000 16,000 423,000

32 20 Luke Bryan Country Girl (Shake It For Me) 19,000 11,000 2,175,000

15 21 Jana Kramer Why You Wanna 18,000 20,000 630,000

24 22 Easton Corbin Lovin’ You Is Fun 16,000 15,000 314,000

20 23 Josh Turner Time Is Love 16,000 17,000 587,000

23 24 Brantley Gilbert Kick It In the Sticks 16,000 15,000 397,000

Re-Entry 25 Randy Houser Anything Goes 15,000 200 146,000

19 26 Love and Theft Angel Eyes 14,000 18,000 718,000

26 27 Justin Moore Til My Last Day 14,000 13,000 112,000

27 28 Dierks Bentley 5150 13,000 13,000 666,000

43 29 Lady Antebellum Wanted You More 13,000 9,000 280,000

33 30 Randy Houser How Country Feels 12,000 11,000 87,000

 

 

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