No, there was one, but since the Whitney Houston issue I changed the rules
(I made a poll and everything ), and we agreed on it to be of songs of any time, so the 100 songs in this main chart will be the real most popular of the week, it's not that big of a problem because most old songs just appear in one week and then fall off of the chart.
I think "Firework" was helped by the July 4th celebration.
Or is there other reason why you asked?
Mainly curiosity, but also it was the first thing I could think of with you static comment.
*Plays are calculated by the quantity of times all the people listened to any song off the albums during the tracked week, working as a sample of the total ATRL population (the maximum number of Plays at the moment is 1 million), the number of total Plays will give certifications (250k Silver, 500k Gold, 1 million Platinum, 5 millions Diamond)
"Teenage Dream" by Katy Perry and "Talk That Talk" by Rihanna are the first certified albums by plays on ATRL. This is the 2nd official tracked week, and the 2nd since the plays will be certified.
Both albums benefit from their second editions, "Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection" and "Talk That Talk (Deluxe Edition)", and reach 274,552 and 256,778, respectively, which have crossed the 250k mark, and now they're certified Silver; once they reach 500k plays (which they will for sure) they will be certified Gold.
To let you know here:
I have more than 14,500 followers on twitter, most of them became ATRL lurkers
some of them joined, some of them didn't, but they wanted to participate, and
how they lurk on ATRL they are non-official ATRLers, so they send me DM's with their lists
That's the reason I follow most of them back, to exchange DM's.
Now their lists are included to the formula as a new bonus.
That's the reason the Latin charts are moving faster now, cuz I have a lot of latin followers.
Thanks to this we have an even more reliable formula.
*Catalog Songs shows the most popular old songs of the week, the songs had to be released as singles before this day: January 1st, 2011. If a song that wasn't released as a single could chart, the album (or wherever it belongs) had to be released before that date as well.
Nice you're liking the new charts.
There won't be new charts anymore (at least for the rest of this year).
Each genre has been taken by now, even christian and gospel,
if someone starts liking that, it would go to AC Music.
There's nothing left now, even Regional Mexican has its own chart now.