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IN DA CLUB 50 Cent
14
37.84%
CRAZY IN LOVE Beyonce Featuring Jay-Z
5
13.51%
PICTURE Kid Rock Featuring Sheryl Crow
2
5.41%
SHAKE YA TAILFEATHER Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee
1
2.70%
I KNOW WHAT YOU WANT Busta Rhymes & Mariah Carey Featuring The Flipmode Squad
1
2.70%
DRIFT AWAY Uncle Kracker Featuring Dobie Gray
2
5.41%
LOSE YOURSELF Eminem
2
5.41%
ROCK WIT U (AWWW BABY) Ashanti
1
2.70%
ROCK YOUR BODY Justin Timberlake
2
5.41%
OTHER
7
18.92%
Voters: 37. You may not vote on this poll

Billboard Top Charts of 2003

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TOP 100 CDs of 2003
1 GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN' 50 Cent
2 COME AWAY WITH ME Norah Jones
3 UP! Shania Twain
4 HOME Dixie Chicks
5 LET GO Avril Lavigne
6 METEORA Linkin Park
7 8 MILE Soundtrack
8 FALLEN Evanescence
9 TIM MCGRAW AND THE DANCEHALL DOCTORS Tim McGraw
10 STRIPPED Christina Aguilera
11 JUSTIFIED Justin Timberlake
12 THIS IS ME...THEN Jennifer Lopez
13 CHOCOLATE FACTORY R. Kelly
14 THE EMINEM SHOW Eminem
15 NOW 11 Various Artists
16 COCKY Kid Rock
17 A RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD Coldplay
18 THE YOUNG AND THE HOPELESS Good Charlotte
19 DANGEROUSLY IN LOVE Beyonce
20 UNLEASHED Toby Keith
21 DUTTY ROCK Sean Paul
22 AWAY FROM THE SUN 3 Doors Down
23 AUDIOSLAVE Audioslave
24 NELLYVILLE Nelly
25 CHICAGO Soundtrack
26 JOSH GROBAN Josh Groban
27 MORE THAN YOU THINK YOU ARE matchbox twenty
28 THE VERY BEST OF CHER Cher
29 SPEAKERBOXXX / THE LOVE BELOW OutKast
30 UNDER CONSTRUCTION Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott
31 THANKFUL Kelly Clarkson
32 ROOM FOR SQUARES John Mayer
33 ONE HEART Celine Dion
34 IT HAD TO BE YOU ... THE GREAT AMERICAN SONGBOOK Rod Stewart
35 ELV1S: 30 #1 HITS Elvis Presley
36 CRY Faith Hill
37 DANCE WITH MY FATHER Luther Vandross
38 ST. ANGER Metallica
39 SHAMAN Santana
40 THE LAST TEMPTATION Ja Rule
41 BETTER DAYZ 2Pac
42 BAD BOYS II Soundtrack
43 NOW 12 Various Artists
44 THE LIZZIE MCGUIRE MOVIE Soundtrack
45 I CARE 4 U Aaliyah
46 GREATEST HITS VOLUME II Alan Jackson
47 NO SHOES, NO SHIRT, NO PROBLEMS Kenny Chesney
48 JACKPOT Chingy
49 KINGS OF CRUNK Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz
50 THE BLUEPRINT 2: THE GIFT AND THE CURSE Jay-Z
51 METAMORPHOSIS Hilary Duff
52 MELT Rascal Flatts
53 MEASURE OF A MAN Clay Aiken
54 CHAPTER II Ashanti
55 STREET DREAMS Fabolous
56 FORTY LICKS The Rolling Stones
57 ELEPHANT The White Stripes
58 GOD'S SON Nas
59 PANDEMONIUM! B2K
60 PAID THA COST TO BE DA BO$$ Snoop Dogg
61 CHARMBRACELET Mariah Carey
62 GREATEST HITS 1970-2002 Elton John
63 CHICKEN*N*BEER Ludacris
64 14 SHADES OF GREY Staind
65 SOME DEVIL Dave Matthews
66 M!SSUNDAZTOOD Pink
67 HEAVIER THINGS John Mayer
68 LA BELLA MAFIA Lil' Kim
69 FACELESS Godsmack
70 NO PADS, NO HELMETS...JUST BALLS Simple Plan
71 BACK IN THE U.S. LIVE 2002 Paul McCartney
72 SHOCK'N Y'ALL Toby Keith
73 STILL GHETTO Jaheim
74 STEAL THIS ALBUM! System Of A Down
75 THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS The All-American Rejects
76 GRAND CHAMP DMX
77 MEET ME IN MARGARITAVILLE: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION Jimmy Buffett
78 WONDER WHAT'S NEXT Chevelle
79 NOW 13 Various Artists
80 TRAPT Trapt
81 I WANNA GO THERE Tyrese
82 RESULTS MAY VARY Limp Bizkit
83 HAIL TO THE THIEF Radiohead
84 SAY YOU WILL Fleetwood Mac
85 ON AND ON Jack Johnson
86 HOTEL PAPER Michelle Branch
87 THE SENIOR Ginuwine
88 NIRVANA Nirvana
89 BY THE WAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
90 THE NEPTUNES PRESENT... CLONES Various Artists
91 THE R. IN R&B COLLECTION: VOLUME ONE R. Kelly
92 LIFE FOR RENT Dido
93 LOVE & LIFE Mary J. Blige
94 AMERICAN IV: THE MAN COMES AROUND Johnny Cash
95 ONE BY ONE Foo Fighters
96 WORSHIP TOGETHER: I COULD SING OF YOUR LOVE FOREVER Various Artists
97 GOLDEN ROAD Keith Urban
98 2 FAST 2 FURIOUS Soundtrack
99 FROM THERE TO HERE: GREATEST HITS Lonestar
100 THE LONG ROAD Nickelback

HOT 50 Songs of 2003
1 IN DA CLUB 50 Cent
2 IGNITION R. Kelly
3 GET BUSY Sean Paul
4 CRAZY IN LOVE Beyonce Featuring Jay-Z
5 WHEN I'M GONE 3 Doors Down
6 UNWELL matchbox twenty
7 RIGHT THURR Chingy
8 MISS YOU Aaliyah
9 PICTURE Kid Rock Featuring Sheryl Crow
10 BRING ME TO LIFE Evanescence Featuring Paul McCoy
11 GET LOW Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz Featuring Ying Yang Twins
12 BABY BOY Beyonce Featuring Sean Paul
13 SHAKE YA TAILFEATHER Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee
14 21 QUESTIONS 50 Cent Featuring Nate Dogg
15 ALL I HAVE Jennifer Lopez Featuring LL Cool J
16 BEAUTIFUL Christina Aguilera
17 I KNOW WHAT YOU WANT Busta Rhymes & Mariah Carey Featuring Flipmode Squad
18 I'M WITH YOU Avril Lavigne
19 DRIFT AWAY Uncle Kracker Featuring Dobie Gray
20 MAGIC STICK Lil' Kim Featuring 50 Cent
21 P.I.M.P. 50 Cent
22 BUMP, BUMP, BUMP B2K & P. Diddy
23 INTO YOU Fabolous Featuring Tamia Or Ashanti
24 CAN'T LET YOU GO Fabolous Featuring Mike Shorey & Lil' Mo
25 MESMERIZE Ja Rule Featuring Ashanti
26 WHERE IS THE LOVE? Black Eyed Peas
27 THE GAME OF LOVE Santana Featuring Michelle Branch
28 LOSE YOURSELF Eminem
29 ROCK WIT U (AWWW BABY) Ashanti
30 CRY ME A RIVER Justin Timberlake
31 HOW YOU GONNA ACT LIKE THAT Tyrese
32 ROCK YOUR BODY Justin Timberlake
33 NO LETTING GO Wayne Wonder
34 FRONTIN' Pharrell Featuring Jay-Z
35 LANDSLIDE Dixie Chicks
36 WORK IT Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott
37 '03 BONNIE & CLYDE Jay-Z Featuring Beyonce
38 DON'T MESS WITH MY MAN Nivea Featuring Brian & Brandon Casey
39 SO GONE Monica
40 AIR FORCE ONES Nelly Featuring Kyjuan, Ali & Murphy Lee
41 NEVER LEAVE YOU - UH OOH, UH OOOH! Lumidee
42 BEAUTIFUL Snoop Dogg Featuring Pharrell & Uncle Charlie Wilson
43 GOSSIP FOLKS Missy "Misdemeanor" Elliott Featuring Ludacris
44 MISS INDEPENDENT Kelly Clarkson
45 CALLING ALL ANGELS Train
46 DAMN! YoungBloodZ Featuring Lil Jon
47 THIS IS THE NIGHT Clay Aiken
48 YOUR BODY IS A WONDERLAND John Mayer
49 HEADSTRONG Trapt
50 IN THOSE JEANS Ginuwine

COUNTRY CDs Songs R&B/HIP-HOP CDs Songs
RAP MODERN ROCK ADULT DANCE JAZZ LATIN

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Crazy in Love by far, with In Da Club Second.

Lose Yourself and Picture are the only songs in the poll I can stand at all.
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C'mon, where's the "All of the Above" option?
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My god, that is by far the worst list of music I have ever seen.
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40 songs on the HOT 50 songs of 2003 are rap and R&B

Once again I remind myself why I hate American music.
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Albums that I have:

1. GET RICH OR DIE TRYIN' 50 Cent
5. LET GO Avril Lavigne
8. FALLEN Evanescence [CD-R copy]
14. THE EMINEM SHOW Eminem
23. AUDIOSLAVE Audioslave [CD-R copy]
35. ELV1S: 30 #1 HITS Elvis Presley
38. ST. ANGER Metallica
41. BETTER DAYZ 2Pac
45. I CARE 4 U Aaliyah [CD-R copy]
88. NIRVANA Nirvana
89. BY THE WAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
92. LIFE FOR RENT Dido [CD-R copy]
95. ONE BY ONE Foo Fighters
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Originally posted by sararekuforever
40 songs on the HOT 50 songs of 2003 are rap and R&B

Once again I remind myself why I hate American music.
I only counted 33.

But I voted for:
SHAKE YA TAILFEATHER Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee

Only because it was in Bad Boys 2 about 8 times (which I sat through twice, ugh)
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i picked other because basically, all the songs on the top 9, are crap. I picked hey ya.
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gerrythedon, thought since you posted yours, here are the ones I have.
None are copies but some are from Columbia House.
3 UP! Shania Twain
4 HOME Dixie Chicks
5 LET GO Avril Lavigne
7 8 MILE Soundtrack
9 TIM MCGRAW AND THE DANCEHALL DOCTORS Tim McGraw
10 STRIPPED Christina Aguilera
12 THIS IS ME...THEN Jennifer Lopez
13 CHOCOLATE FACTORY R. Kelly
14 THE EMINEM SHOW Eminem
16 COCKY Kid Rock
19 DANGEROUSLY IN LOVE Beyonce
20 UNLEASHED Toby Keith
22 AWAY FROM THE SUN 3 Doors Down
24 NELLYVILLE Nelly
27 MORE THAN YOU THINK YOU ARE matchbox twenty
28 THE VERY BEST OF CHER Cher (2 disc version)
31 THANKFUL Kelly Clarkson
33 ONE HEART Celine Dion
35 ELV1S: 30 #1 HITS Elvis Presley
36 CRY Faith Hill
38 ST. ANGER Metallica
39 SHAMAN Santana
40 THE LAST TEMPTATION Ja Rule
45 I CARE 4 U Aaliyah
46 GREATEST HITS VOLUME II Alan Jackson
47 NO SHOES, NO SHIRT, NO PROBLEMS Kenny Chesney
50 THE BLUEPRINT 2: THE GIFT AND THE CURSE Jay-Z
51 METAMORPHOSIS Hilary Duff
52 MELT Rascal Flatts
54 CHAPTER II Ashanti
56 FORTY LICKS The Rolling Stones
59 PANDEMONIUM! B2K
60 PAID THA COST TO BE DA BO$$ Snoop Dogg
61 CHARMBRACELET Mariah Carey
66 M!SSUNDAZTOOD Pink
68 LA BELLA MAFIA Lil' Kim
71 BACK IN THE U.S. LIVE 2002 Paul McCartney
72 SHOCK'N Y'ALL Toby Keith
77 MEET ME IN MARGARITAVILLE: THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION Jimmy Buffett
82 RESULTS MAY VARY Limp Bizkit
84 SAY YOU WILL Fleetwood Mac
86 HOTEL PAPER Michelle Branch
88 NIRVANA Nirvana
89 BY THE WAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
91 THE R. IN R&B COLLECTION: VOLUME ONE R. Kelly
94 AMERICAN IV: THE MAN COMES AROUND Johnny Cash (one with DVD)
95 ONE BY ONE Foo Fighters
97 GOLDEN ROAD Keith Urban
99 FROM THERE TO HERE: GREATEST HITS Lonestar
100 THE LONG ROAD Nickelback
Everyone else post there lists from Top 100 CDs.
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Damn! that's alot of them... Cool, U have 8 of my 13.
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17 A RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD Coldplay
23 AUDIOSLAVE Audioslave
29 SPEAKERBOXXX / THE LOVE BELOW OutKast
83 HAIL TO THE THIEF Radiohead
85 ON AND ON Jack Johnson
95 ONE BY ONE Foo Fighters
These are the only ones on that list that I have.

I can't believe Outkast's "Hey Ya" isn't on the Hot 50 songlist - that was the catchiest song I've heard in a long time.
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Originally posted by vdadlani219
I only counted 33.

But I voted for:
SHAKE YA TAILFEATHER Nelly, P. Diddy & Murphy Lee

Only because it was in Bad Boys 2 about 8 times (which I sat through twice, ugh)
38, on my second count.

So let's just even it out and say 35 [in between 33 and 38]

Still, the media is pretty dominated by rap and R&B

And the only non rap songs on here are one or two country songs, some "punk rock" songs, and alternarock..

So it's kind of sad, meaning hard rock, metal, pop, and dance are genre with no hope in USA.
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That's weird...I get 33 too. And I wouldn't consider the Foos & Audioslave "alternarock"...they are hard rock. As for Metal, it's been dead since the 80s. Also, pop music has an impressive showing on the chart. Then again, you're interpretation of genres and mine could be, and probably are, vastly different.

ANYways, out of the "Top" 100 , i've only purchased 9:

2 COME AWAY WITH ME Norah Jones
8 FALLEN Evanescence
29 SPEAKERBOXXX / THE LOVE BELOW OutKast
39 SHAMAN Santana
65 SOME DEVIL Dave Matthews
86 HOTEL PAPER Michelle Branch
92 LIFE FOR RENT Dido
93 LOVE & LIFE Mary J. Blige
95 ONE BY ONE Foo Fighters

But, I might be returning Mary J. Blige.
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49, 48, 47, 45, 44, 35, 33, 27, 18, 10, 9, 6, 5 on [TOP 50 list]

Songs that are not rap or R&B, 13, leaving 37 songs that are R&B /ROCK

And yeah, my definition of pop is probably different..to me..Clay Aiken, Kelly Clarkson, Norah Jones, and Christina Aguilera really do not write or perform pop music, much less good one...Clarkson has too much R&B/ballad influence, Christina Aguilera is very R&B too, Norah Jones is leaning towards jazz/blues, and Clay Aiken is more like adult contemporary/pop ballad..


I am talking of course about the top 50 songs list..the top 100 album list does have lots of pop and rock on it..and lots of rereleases

It's still very scary [at least to me] that the lists are dominated by rap and R&B..as someone who writes and plays and listens to pop/dance pop and hard rock..it's seems very scary that I might not be able to get into the actual media one day
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Originally posted by B.A.hist
These are the only ones on that list that I have.

I can't believe Outkast's "Hey Ya" isn't on the Hot 50 songlist - that was the catchiest song I've heard in a long time.

Congratulations on actually having good taste in music.
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Ones I have:
17 A RUSH OF BLOOD TO THE HEAD Coldplay
71 BACK IN THE U.S. LIVE 2002 Paul McCartney (well I got the DVD)
75 THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS The All-American Rejects
85 ON AND ON Jack Johnson
89 BY THE WAY Red Hot Chili Peppers
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Does "overplayed" imply that we can't stand it? Certainly "Hey Ya!" and "Crazy In Love" (and possibly "Rock Your Body") are played often but they are great! As far as "overplayed" is concerned - "In Da Club." I'm still going to vote Other because that "Get Low" song by Lil' John & Eastside Boys has to be *one* of the worst-yet-widely-enjoyed songs of 2003.
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Originally posted by sararekuforever
It's still very scary [at least to me] that the lists are dominated by rap and R&B..as someone who writes and plays and listens to pop/dance pop and hard rock..it's seems very scary that I might not be able to get into the actual media one day
I'm very confused by this statement. Do you think that the only way to get published is to write about pop?
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Originally posted by fallow
I'm very confused by this statement. Do you think that the only way to get published is to write about pop?
What I mean is that the music industry right now, is dominated by mostly rap and r&b, with a little bit of punk or alternative rock. It seems there is not much mainstream interest for dance, pop, or hard rock..

In other words, it looks like my group would be very hard to sell in America. Dance pop and hard rock seem to be dying genre in the face of a rap/R&B dominated MTV/VH1 and top 40 radio...

I wanted the teenie bopper phase to end..but I didn't want it to become this..it seemed like the first half of the 90's..and even in between..were much better years for music
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Whoops, the only place in this poll where it stated the actual poll question was at the top of the poll, not in the thread title or 1st thread. I just assumed it was "which one do you like most". So in essence, I voted for the opposite of what the poll was for.
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Kind of surprised how many of those I actually own.

Looking at the list it's interesting that nothing off of Norah Jones' or Shania Twain's albums (#2 and #3) made the Top 50 singles.

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57 ELEPHANT The White Stripes

that is the only cd I own off of that list, and I probably purchased about 100 cd's this year.
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I chose other, Baby Boy was overplayed.

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