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TAG, THEY'RE IT: We had a feeling Hozier's powerful "Take Me to Church" (likely a shoo-in for Best Song With a Message at the upcoming EMAs in Glasgow) would leapfrog into the Shazam Top 5 now that the stunning Beats ad it adorns has been airing for a while. We're also not exactly stunned to see the new Iggy, Gwen and Meghan tracks among the biggest jumpers. But we admit to being surprised by the 142-place ascent of "You Were Born" by Duluth indie band Cloud Cult. Then again, the song did sound pretty great on NBC's The Blacklist, which has become a reliable source of Shazam tag-bait. Big movers outside the U.S. Top 10 include Jessie J's "Burnin' Up," Banks' "Beggin' for Thread," Dej Loaf's "Try Me" and Foo Fighters' "Something From Nothing." See the entire tag chart, sortable by rank, artist and jumps, right here. On the U.K. side, Jeremih remains #1 while Calvin Harris' new one, "Outside," jumps 179 places. For more of what Britons are aiming their mobiles at, go here. (10/28a)

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