Hall of Fame or Bust: The Chart Show, Feb. 13, 2013

British indie-pop oddballs Alt-J.
British indie-pop oddballs Alt-J. (Photo by Gabriel Greene / Courtesy of Atlantic Records)
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    Feb 13, 2013

Huge Induction! Equaling a record set in April of last year, four songs go into the Chart Show Hall of Fame. The Black Keys regain their record of having the most with 7 songs! (Or 6 1/2 as they share this one with RZA.) The Avett Brothers have their 5th entry, P.O.S. and Frank Ocean have their debuts!

Frightened Rabbit make their debut on the chart, a Scottish band who are much bigger here in the States than in the U.K. Next week look for a ton of new entries and the show will be back at its regular time on Thursday ... Happy Valentine's and thanks for all the love shown during our Member Drive!

TW LW Wks The Current Chart Show
Artist Song
1 2 6 Alt-J Breezeblocks
2 3 9 Django Django Hail Bop
3 1 8 Metric Breathing Underwater
4 X 1 Macklemore & Ryan Lewis Thrift Shop
5 8 4 Of Monsters And Men Dirty Paws
6 5 5 Cloud Cult 1X1X1
7 11 12 Frank Ocean Thinkin Bout You
8 12 5 Thao and the Get Down Stay Down Holy Roller
9 13 6 Local Natives Breakers
10 4 10 Tame Impala Elephant
11 9 7 Father John Misty Nancy From Now On
12 X 1 Frightened Rabbit The Woodpile
13 15 10 Atlas Genius Trojans
14 17 12 The Black Keys feat RZA The Baddest Man Alive
15 7 12 The Avett Brothers I Never Knew You
16 18 4 Ra Ra Riot Beta Love
17 14 4 Low Plastic Cup
18 20 12 P.O.S. Where We Land
19 19 3 Grizzly Bear Speak In Rounds
20 16 3 Pulp After You

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