New Music United Top 20 Chart (March 2, 2012)

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Here are the 20 most popular blog singles on New Music United this week with notes by the editor:

  • Only on New Music United will David Sylvian beat Madonna for the top spot on the chart
  • The new exclusive blog single from Death is the scoop of the week on New Music United
  • Danish artists with strong representation from Giana Factory, Choir Of Young Believers, The Asteroids Galaxy Tour and the king of New Music United: Mikael Simpson (as a remixer)
  • Mashrou’ Leila is the first Lebanese artist on the chart (picked by a Jordanese fan living in Dubai)
  • Detroit Starrzz and Chromatics are handpicked NMU Darlings for you to discover here

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David Sylvian – Where’s Your Gravity? (2012) More stats 1
Madonna – Girl Gone Wild (2012) More stats 2
Roxy Music – If There Is Something (1972) More stats 3
Foster The People – Pumped Up Kicks (2011) More stats 4
Death – Relief (2012) More stats 5
M83 – We Own The Sky (2009) More stats 6
Giana Factory – Rainbow Girl (2012) More stats 7
Choir Of Young Believers – Rhine Gold (2012) More stats 8
Detroit Starrzz – Loving The Alien (David Bowie Cover Version) (2012) More stats 9
Abba – Dancing Queen (1976) More stats 10
Death – Politicians In My Eyes (1976) More stats 11
Chromatics – Into The Black (2012) More stats 12
Mashrou’ Leila – Fasateen (2010) More stats 13
Norah Jones – Happy Pills (2012) More stats 14
Arctic Monkeys – R U Mine? (2012) More stats 15
David Bowie – Some Are (1976) More stats 16
Mark Ronson feat. Katy B – Anywhere In The World (2012) More stats 17
Choir Of Young Believers – Sedated (Mikael Simpson Remix) (2012) More stats 18
Rocket Juice And The Moon – Hey Shooter (2012) More stats 19
The Asteroids Galaxy Tour – Heart Attack (2012) More stats 20

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