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TAG, THEY'RE IT: SHAZAM'S BIGGEST MOVERS

Viewers of HBO’s Big Little Lies are looking for answers. Who’s dead? Who is the murderer? Will they ever sing “The Internet is for Porn” from Avenue Q? The one answer we have is that people like the music—three songs from recent episodes are among the Top 5 Biggest Movers on the Shazam USA Top 100.  

Martha Wainwright’s self-released 2004 track "Bloody Mother Fucking Asshole" is this week’s leader, rising 146 slots to #55 followed at #56 by Irma Thomas’ “Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand)” (Capitol). Trivia time: The 1964 track is the A side of her version of “Time Is on My Side,” which The Rolling Stones turned into a hit).

Alabama Shakes’ “This Feeling” (ATO) is up 131 slots to #70 after being used in back to back episodes of Lies. Mary J. Blige’s “Doubt” (Capitol) from 2014 is up 108 slots to #93 after a synch on Grey’s Anatomy.

Joy Williams’ hushed cover of The Chainsmokers’ “Don’t Let Me Down” (Sensibility/Tone Tree) is the week’s third biggest mover.

Clean Bandit’s single with Zara Larsson, “Symphony,” rides to #1 on the Biggest Movers list in the U.K. just ahead of Mancunian DJ TCTS’ single with Sage the Gemini and Kelis, “Do It Like Me (Icy Feet).”

 

 

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