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Bubbly - Reception
2007, "Bubbly" rose from number sixteen to number ten on the Billboard Hot 100, eventually peaking at number five for seven weeks ... It also topped the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks and Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks charts for nineteen and fourteen weeks, respectively ... The song was placed at number two on the Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks year-end chart of 2008, behind Sara Bareilles' "Love Song" ...
Love Song (Sara Bareilles Song) - Chart Performance
... Billboard Hot 100 ... in which she performs the song, "Love Song" rocketed from #72 to #16 on the Hot 100 and #32 to #5 on the Hot Digital Songs chart ... In the first week of 2008, the song cracked the top ten on the Hot 100, jumping to #9, where it stayed for four non-consecutive weeks before peaking at #4 ...
Come Back To Me (David Cook Song) - Chart Performance - Charts
... Billboard Hot 63 ... U.S ... Billboard Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks 6 U.S ... Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks 11 Billboard "Best of 2009" Achievements No ...
Taking Chances (song) - Charts and Certifications - Charts
... Flandres Ultratip Chart 4 Belgian Wallonia Singles Chart 29 Canadian Hot 9 ... Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart 1 Canadian Hot Adult Contemporary Chart 38 Danish Singles Chart ...
History - WBOP - Format Flip - 2010
... WBOP began stunting by playing a mix of Country and Hot Adult Contemporary, with a new Hot Adult Contemporary format to follow ... At midnight on February 26, 2010, WBOP officially dropped "Rockin'" Country for Hot Adult Contemporary and began using the branding "My 95.5" ...

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