…and we like it!
Roxette’s first single off “Charm School”, “She’s Got Nothing On (But the Radio)”, has hit #9 on Radio Express’ World Chart. This means that Roxette’s song is the 9th most played song on this planet!
Roxette’s song has been on the list for 12 weeks now and has been climbing from #12 two weeks ago, to #11 last week and #9 this week. Current #1 is Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way”, followed by Rhianna’s “S&M”.
And this is how the World Chart is created: every week Radio Express compiles the World Chart by tabulating the most listened-to pop songs on the planet, based on the playlists of 100s of top radio stations worldwide.
Together with the chart, Radio Express offers The World Chart Show, “which is available fully produced in a 2-hour English version presented by Lara Scott or in a easy-to-assemble version for local co-producers. There are 48 minutes of program time per hour.”
The World Chart Show also has a Facebook page.
Kostas Soldatos from Greece sent us some interesting facts about Roxette in the charts and promotion of the concert in Athens the upcoming May 27th 2011.
Promotion for the show Roxette will play in Athens can be seen everywhere. Here are examples of the bus promo campaign and promo posters. More pictures can be found on Kostas Flickr.
Update March 21, 2011:
“She’s Got Nothing On” up to #26! on UK Radio Airplay Charts.
Thanks Chris for the tip.
Published March 14, 2011 – 13:12
Roxette entered the UK Radio Airplay Charts with “She’s Got Nothing On (But The Radio)” at #31, the highest new entry of the week!
The song started out last week on Radio 2’s A-List and several programmes frequently played it. It still remains on the A-List for a second week running! Fans also report hearing it on Radio 1 as well as local commercial radio stations!
The new album “Charm School” sees a release in the UK on March 28th with both the regular and the deluxe album being already available for pre-order from online stores! All fans want now is that UK tour date!
Andreas Weizbauer contributed to this article.
One of our readers sent us a link to an interview with Magnus Börjeson which was broadcasted on Nordic Rox (program on US radio station SIRIUS XM) some days ago.
In this nice interview Magnus talks about his career and some of his music productions and projects are played as well:
- Here She Comes Again – Vibike Saugestad (produced, played by Magnus and David Birde, ex-Brainpool!)
- The Morning Show – Metrojets (with David Birde)
- Sound of Noice (film)
- Goodbye London – Luke Jackson (with Magnus, Christoffer, recorded in AGM)
- Magnus’ favourite track: Jet by Paul McCartney.
And much more! Enjoy!