Friday, June 17, 2011

Hypersonic Top: Extreme fabulous material

The Hypersonic Top regains Spanish flavor by Extremoduro, getting put his 'Tango suicide' at the top of the list and debunk some Arctic Monkeys and seemed on a roll. The British down to the second position, sharing the podium with the team of Trent Reznor and Karen O. Fairly moderate the host's new single from Coldplay, a band that tends to arouse passions among readers of this blog, but that 'Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall' seems to have generated more critical acclaim.

In its opening will have to settle for eighth place, being surpassed by newcomers like Kasabian. No departures particularly scandalous this week, but many have been lowered to near the end in tragedy, such as Vetusta Morla and Death Cab for Cutie. The result of our charts this week you have it below.

The spirit surf the first proposal of the week comes in handy for these dates, but do not expect results if Brent Hinds conventional who is involved. 'Calypso' (YouTube) is one of the most moved by the debut of Fiend Without a Face. Then we have the self-titled album Cloud Nothings, who apparently is able to generate sensations found according to the day you get caught.

How do you stop 'undestand At All' (YouTube)? Whether we liked Wasting Light, the new album by Foo Fighters, we encourage you to include a new proposal on the list. The choice here is 'Walk' (YouTube), building that already has the video clip. As a national proposal we have the return of Boy and Girl with the album titled The Young Researcher, which we will highlight the theme that gives it its name (YouTube).

And to close until the next session here is the Californians Foster The People under the item entitled "Pumped Up Kicks' (YouTube), cut taken from their debut album Torch. After the video, as always, vote.

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