Billboard Charts: July 5th, 2007

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    Mark

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    Billboard Top 200 Albums
    Minutes To Midnight - #8 (Last week - #6)
    Billboard Modern Rock Tracks
    What I've Done - #1 (Last week - #1)
    Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks
    What I've Done - #3 (Last week - #2)
    Billboard Hot 100
    What I've Done - #24 (Last week - #23)
    Billboard Hot Digital Tracks
    What I've Done - #24 (Last week - #23)

    Minutes To Midnight fell two spots this week despite selling just about 57,000 units since last Thursday.

    Meanwhile, the band has eclipsed its personal record of 12 straight weeks on the Modern Rock charts. "What I've Done" has hit #1 for a thirteenth straight week, beating their record previously set by "Numb". The longest #1 streak in the chart's history is 16 weeks, previously attained by the Red Hot Chili Peppers ("Scar Tissue"), Staind ("It's Been Awhile), and Green Day ("Boulevard of Broken Dreams). The track fell one spot to #3 on the Mainstream Rock Charts.

    Lastly, the song fell one spot to #24 on both the Hot 100 and Hot Digital charts.



     
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    El Muerto

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    They're still doing pretty good
     
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    Go, WID, Go. I want 17 weeks.
     
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    After All these weeks and their still up there.
     
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    Xenogenesis

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    I wonder if the people are sick of the song already lol.
     
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    C'mon four more weeks! Go go go
     
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    Don't get me wrong I love this song, but I want something new. But I'm glad that this song has done so well and I hope it stays at number 1 until their next single comes out.
     
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    This is doing amazing.
     
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    I am.
     
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    They're doing really. Well. I can't believe WID is still up on #1! o.o Let's cross our fingers and hope it stays there.
     
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    :):):):):)

    only 4 more weeks left and LP will rule again .

    I don't think they'll be in a hurry to release BIO yet
     
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    yeah id like to see them release BIO after WID breaks the record and have it scale the charts!
     
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    esaul17

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    They won't make 17 lol. I predict they will go out before even making 16.
     
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    I agree...every person I know says it's a great song, but it just gets kinda...boring after about 100 listens.

    (It'd still be kinda cool seeing them break the record of 16 weeks...maybe with BIO?)
     
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    If they make 17 weeks on WID that would be crazy. But the general listeners must be getting sick of the song...
     
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    If they break 16 weeks with anything, my initial guess would be it would have to be a song like Leave Out All The Rest. But What I've Done has exceeded my expectations, so it may be their best (slim) chance.

    Really though, I can't see LP going that long. Just, if Numb or In The End couldn't do it...
     
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    You never know it could make it, hearing it in the Transformers movie could have attracted more listeners or boosted the song a bit more to maybe last long enough to make another 4 weeks.
     
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    I have Sirius Satelite Radio and I listen to Octane 20 all the time and I hear WID alot, but whats really confusing me is they have No More Sorrow playing all the time as THE NEW SONG FROM THEIR NEW ALBUM. So I don't really know what is going on with that, but apparently its getting alot of votes because its getting as much airplay as WID if not more.
     
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    Maybe because your radio station could be a hard rock or metal station?

    The only thing I'm disappointed is that In The End and Numb which were considered as classics of Linkin Park were pretty much easily defeated by What I've Done. I mean this is a great surprise and acknowledgment that the band has successfully release themselves from the nu-metal genre and establish themselves as a general and normal "rock band". But you know, some of us are still left behind during the glories of Hybrid Theory and Meteora.
     
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    chaosblade

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    Actually, WID is closer to their older style than any of the other songs. So it's somewhat expected, People that haven't heard anything from LP in a couple of years getting a song like this out first.
     
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