Radio & Records' 'National Airplay Overview' charts

(Number in parentheses is a record's position on previous chart; D denotes a debut; B indicates album or song breaking into the charts.)

Radio & Records' "National Airplay Overview" charts for week ending Oct. 13, 2006:



1 (1) JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE SexyBack (Jive/Zomba)

2 (2) NICKELBACK Far Away (Roadrunner/IDJMG)

3 (5) 3 JOJO Too Little, Too Late (Universal Motown/BlackGround)

4 (6) HINDER Lips Of An Angel (Universal Republic)

5 (4) FERGIE London Bridge (

6 (3) PUSSYCAT DOLLS Buttons (A&M/Interscope)

7 (9) JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE f/ T.I. My Love (Jive/Zomba)

8 (7) PANIC! AT THE DISCO I Write Sins... (Decaydance/Fueled By Ramen/Lava)

9 (12) MARIO VAZQUEZ Gallery (Arista/RMG)

10 (8) SEAN PAUL f/ K. COLE (When You Gonna) Give It Up To Me (VP/Atlantic)



1 (1) LUDACRIS f/ PHARRELL Money Maker (DTP/Def Jam/IDJMG)

2 (3) CHRIS BROWN Say Goodbye (Jive/Zomba)

3 (2) LYFE JENNINGS S.E.X. (Sony Urban/Columbia)

4 (4) CHINGY f/ TYRESE Pullin' Me Back (Slot-A-Lot/Capitol)

5 (6) BEYONCE Ring The Alarm (Columbia)

6 (11) UNK Walk It Out (Big Ooomp/Koch)

7 (9) BIRDMAN f/ LIL WAYNE Stuntin' Like ... (Cash Money/Universal Motown)

8 (7) MONICA f/ DEM FRANCHIZE BOYZ Everytime Tha Beat Drop (J/RMG)

9 (5) YUNG JOC f/ B. `MS. B.' HAMBRICK I Know ... (Block/Bad Boy South/Atlantic)

10 (13) JIBBS Chain Hang Low (Geffen)



1 (1) JOSH TURNER Would You Go With Me (MCA Nashville)

2 (2) HEARTLAND I Loved Her First (Lofton Creek)

3 (5) DIERKS BENTLEY Every Mile A Memory (Capitol Nashville)

4 (7) CARRIE UNDERWOOD Before He Cheats (Arista/Arista Nashville)

5 (8) KENNY CHESNEY You Save Me (BNA)

6 (3) GEORGE STRAIT Give It Away (MCA Nashville)

7 (6) KEITH URBAN Once In A Lifetime (Capitol Nashville)

8 (4) BROOKS & DUNN Building Bridges (Arista Nashville)

9 (12) SUGARLAND Want To (Mercury)

10 (13) RASCAL FLATTS My Wish (Lyric Street)



1 (2) DANIEL POWTER Bad Day (Warner Bros.)

2 (1) NATASHA BEDINGFIELD Unwritten (Epic)

3 (4) RASCAL FLATTS What Hurts The Most (Lyric Street)

4 (3) NICK LACHEY What's Left Of Me (Jive/Zomba)

5 (8) JAMES BLUNT You're Beautiful (Custard/Atlantic)

6 (5) KT TUNSTALL Black Horse & The Cherry Tree (Relentless/Virgin)

7 (9) FIVE FOR FIGHTING The Riddle (Aware/Columbia)

8 (7) KELLY CLARKSON Because Of You (RCA/RMG)

9 (6) ROB THOMAS Ever The Same (Melisma/Atlantic)

10 (10) LIFEHOUSE You And Me (Geffen)



1 (1) NICKELBACK Rockstar (Roadrunner/IDJMG)

2 (4) STONE SOUR Through Glass (Roadrunner/IDJMG)

3 (2) AEROSMITH Devil's Got A New Disguise (Columbia)

4 (5) HINDER Lips Of An Angel (Universal Republic)

5 (6) THREE DAYS GRACE Animal I Have Become (Jive/Zomba)

6 (8) SHINEDOWN Heroes (Atlantic)

7 (3) TOM PETTY Saving Grace (American/Warner Bros.)

8 (11) BREAKING BENJAMIN The Diary Of Jane (Hollywood)

9 (10) GODSMACK Shine Down (Universal Republic)

10 (12) WHO It's Not Enough (Universal Republic)



1 (2) KILLERS When You Were Young (Island/IDJMG)

2 (1) RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS Tell Me Baby (Warner Bros.)

3 (3) MY CHEMICAL ROMANCE Welcome To The Black Parade (Reprise)

4 (4) STONE SOUR Through Glass (Roadrunner/IDJMG)

5 (5) BREAKING BENJAMIN The Diary Of Jane (Hollywood)

6 (8) EVANESCENCE Call Me When You're Sober (Wind-Up)

7 (7) JET Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (Atlantic)

8 (6) THREE DAYS GRACE Animal I Have Become (Jive/Zomba)

9 (9) 30 SECONDS TO MARS The Kill (Bury Me) (Immortal/Virgin)

10 (10) MUSE Knights of Cydonia (Warner Bros.)


© 2006, Radio & Records. Distributed by McClatchy-Tribune Information Services.





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