ADAM’S TOP 40 FLASHBACK: June 18, 2006

Two servings of special K’s.

It’s the start of another weekend, which means it’s time for another trip back into the archives on Adam’s Top 40 Flashback! Every Saturday, the day before my latest top 40 goes up for the week, I feature the highlights of a past countdown. They’re all here — the hit songs, the songs that flopped, and the songs that may be a little embarrassing to reflect on.

This week, we stroll back 12 years and find out what was topping my chart for the week of June 18, 2006…

40. PARIS HILTON, “Stars Are Blind”

Biggest Movers:
(see #7 below)

10. KT TUNSTALL, “Suddenly I See” (down 2)
Album: Eye To The Telescope (2006, Virgin Records)
Peak: #8

09. NICKELBACK, “Savin’ Me” (down 2)
Album: All The Right Reasons (2005, Roadrunner Records)
Peak: #7

08. THE ALL-AMERICAN REJECTS, “Move Along” (up 2)
Album: Move Along (2005, Doghouse/Interscope Records)
Peak: #5 for three weeks

07. JAMES BLUNT, “High” (up 11)
Album: Back To Bedlam (2005, Custard/Atlantic Records)
Peak: #3

06. BON JOVI featuring JENNIFER NETTLES, “Who Says You Can’t Go Home?” (steady, second week)
Album: Have A Nice Day (2005, Island Records)
Peak: #6 for two weeks

05. ROB THOMAS, “Ever The Same” (steady, second week)
Album: …Something To Be (2005, Atlantic Records)
Peak: #3 for two weeks

04. BO BICE, “The Real Thing” (steady, second week)
Album: The Real Thing (2005, RCA Records)
Peak: #1 for three weeks

03. DANIEL POWTER, “Lie To Me” (down 1)
Album: Daniel Powter (2006, Warner Bros. Records)
Peak: #2 for four weeks

02. KEANE, “Is It Any Wonder?” (up 1)
Album: Under The Iron Sea (2006, Interscope Records)
Peak: #2 for two weeks

01. DANIEL POWTER, “Bad Day” (steady, seventh week)
Album: Daniel Powter (2006, Warner Bros. Records)
Peak: #1 for six weeks (2005) and ten weeks (2006)

Check back next Saturday for another Adam’s Top 40 Flashback countdown and don’t forget to follow the blog by using the tab below or find PGTC on social media by clicking the “Get Social!” tab at the top of the page.

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