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TAG THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

“Miss Alissa” was the final track on Eagles of Death Metal’s 2004 release Peace Love Death Metal (Ipecac) and is its most downloaded song to date. This week it is the biggest gainer on the Shazam Top 100 charts in the U.S. and the U.K..

The song, which is also featured on I Love You All The Time: Live At The Olympia In Paris, which UMe released earlier this year, is up 167 slots to #34 in the U.S. and up 180 to #21 in Blighty. The song was used in a Nike commercial back in the spring of 2014.

Calvin Harris’ latest “Faking It” f/Kehlani & Lil Yachty (Columbia) is up 121 to #80 while Elton John’s 1971 gem “Madman Across the Water” (Island) rises 120 slots to #81 after a sync in NBC’s This is Us.

Avicii’s “Without You” f/Sandro Cavazza (Geffen) is up 112 to #89 and Niall Horan’s current single “Too Much to Ask” (Capitol) rises 72 slots to #100.

Back in the U.K., a Shazam-enabled Halloween ad from the British store ASDA is scaring up new fans of Cameo’s “Word Up.”

 

 

 

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