The chart returns after a three-month hiatus with a new chart-topper: Adele, whose 21 lead single “Rolling In The Deep” dropped during the break. The Script continues to hold at #2 with “For The First Time,” with Lee DeWyze’s “Sweet Serendipity” rising to #3. The highest of the new entries are songs from Florence + The Machine, P!nk, and Far East Movement featuring Ryan Tedder.
With the top four still unmoved, Hope and Jason Mraz move into the top five with “Love Love Love,” while P!nk’s “Raise Your Glass” vaults to #8 in its second week on the chart. The Script gets the highest debut with “Walk Away” in at #15, along with four more new entries from Science & Faith.
The top three is steady, with P!nk and a rebounding Sara Bareilles bringing up the rear of the top five and Lissie just behind. OneRepublic’s “Secrets” re-enters the top ten. Lifehouse album cut “Best Of Me (What’s Left Of Me)” and Christina Perri’s debut single “Jar Of Hearts” are the highest debuts at #28 and #29.
Maroon 5 holds to the top for a second week as the entire top five is stagnant. P!nk moves from 9 to 6 with “Glitter In The Air,” while Daughtry and Lena both enter the top ten. The Script’s “For The First Time” is the highest debut at #22, just ahead of Sheryl Crow and Citizen Cope’s “Sideways,” the highest of five debuts from her album 100 Miles From Memphis.
After a week with no chart, Sara Bareilles leaps to #1 with “King Of Anything,” pushing Michael Bublé into the runner-up position. Rob Thomas and The Script both enter the top ten. P!nk lands the highest debut, scraping the bottom of the top twenty with “Glitter In The Air.”