Dec 042012
 

The Best Songs of 2012 (Amazon MP3) 

When it came to songs, our staff picked Delta Spirit’s driving rock ‘n’ roll heartbreaker “California” as the best song of 2012, while our customers flocked to Carly Rae Jepsen’s unstoppable hit “Call Me Maybe” (we actually loved it too–it came in at #16 on our list). Besides those two, we also loved songs by The Lumineers and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, while customers preferred Gotye and fun. Discover more of the year’s best and bestselling songs. 

Delta Spirit
Carly Rae Jepson

Fun


 

 

 

Top 100 Songs of 2012

Song Title Artist
  1. Call Me Maybe Carly Rae Jepsen
  2. Somebody That I Used To Know Gotye
  3. Some Nights (Explicit) Fun.
  4. Payphone [Explicit] Maroon 5
  5. Starships Nicki Minaj
  6. What Makes You Beautiful One Direction
  7. Home Phillip Phillips
  8. Whistle Flo Rida
  9. Gangnam Style Psy
10. I Won’t Give Up Jason Mraz
11. Wide Awake Katy Perry
12. Too Close Alex Clare
13. Good Time (Feat. Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen) Owl City
14. One More Night Maroon 5
15. We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together Taylor Swift
16. Part Of Me Katy Perry
17. Pontoon Little Big Town
18. Drive By Train
19. Boyfriend Justin Bieber
20. Brokenhearted Karmin
21. Everybody Talks Neon Trees
22. Ho Hey The Lumineers
23. Burn It Down Linkin Park
24. Wanted Hunter Hayes
25. Safe & Sound (feat. Taylor Swift & The Civil Wars) Taylor Swift
26. Want U Back Cher Lloyd
27. Blow Me (One Last Kiss) (Explicit Version) Pink
28. Anna Sun Walk the Moon
29. It’s Time Imagine Dragons
30. Back In Time (Featured In ”Men In Black III”) Pitbull
31. As Long As You Love Me Justin Bieber
32. Little Talks Of Monsters And Men
33. Dance Again Jennifer Lopez feat. Pitbull
34. Mercy.1 [Explicit] Kanye West
35. Somethin’ ’bout A Truck Kip Moore
36. We Are Young (feat. Janelle Monáe) Fun.
37. Blown Away Carrie Underwood
38. Scream Usher
39. 50 Ways To Say Goodbye Train
40. Good Girl Carrie Underwood
41. Eyes Open Taylor Swift
42. Ass Back Home (Feat. Neon Hitch) [Explicit] Gym Class Heroes
43. Flowers In Your Hair The Lumineers
44. Hold On Alabama Shakes
45. She’s So Mean Matchbox Twenty
46. Settle Down Kimbra
47. Skyfall (Full Length) Adele
48. Both Of Us (feat. Taylor Swift) B.o.B
49. Let’s Go (Radio Edit) [feat. Ne-Yo] Calvin Harris
50. Take A Little Ride Jason Aldean
51. 5-1-5-0 Dierks Bentley
52. So Good B.o.B
53. Truck Yeah Tim McGraw
54. One Thing One Direction
55. Runaways The Killers
56. Diamonds Rihanna
57. Hard To Love Lee Brice
58. Oh Love Green Day
59. Titanium (Extended) David Guetta
60. Die Young Ke$ha
61. The Fighter (Feat. Ryan Tedder) Gym Class Heroes
62. Cruise Florida Georgia Line
63. Locked Out Of Heaven Bruno Mars
64. Stereo Hearts (Feat. Adam Levine) Gym Class Heroes
65. Uprising Muse
66. Work Hard, Play Hard [Explicit] Wiz Khalifa
67. Apartment Young The Giant
68. The Motto [Explicit] Drake
69. Lights (Bassnectar Remix) Ellie Goulding
70. Turn Up The Music Chris Brown
71. Me Without You TobyMac
72. Let Me Love You (Until You Learn To Love Yourself) Ne-Yo
73. Feel Again OneRepublic
74. All Of Me Tanlines
75. Fineshrine Purity Ring
76. Come Over Kenny Chesney
77. No Lie [Explicit] 2 Chainz
78. Don’t Wake Me Up Chris Brown
79. Climax Usher
80. I Will Wait Mumford & Sons
81. Sunshine Matisyahu
82. Live Like That Sidewalk Prophets
83. For You Keith Urban
84. Pound The Alarm [Explicit] Nicki Minaj
85. Cough Syrup Young The Giant
86. Settle Down No Doubt
87. Cashin’ Out [Explicit] Ca$h Out
88. Keep Me In Mind Zac Brown Band
89. Banjo Rascal Flatts
90. Bully Shinedown
91. I Cry Flo Rida
92. Heart Attack [Explicit] Trey Songz
93. Pop That [Explicit] French Montana
94. Faded [Explicit] Tyga
95. Cowboys and Angels Dustin Lynch
96. That’s Why I Pray Big & Rich
97. Tonight (Best You Ever Had) [Explicit] John Legend ft. Ludacris
98. Chasing The Sun The Wanted
99. Adorn Miguel
100. Somebody That I Used To Know Walk Off the Earth

Your Philadelphia Wedding DJ is the blog for The Masters Group at www.mastersgroup.net.

Jun 012012
 

Top 12 Singles of 2012 by Entertainment Weekly

Our favorite entertainment mag, Entertainment Weekly, has a list of their picks for the Top 12 singles of ’12.

Carly Rae Jepsen

 These are the catchy, the cool, the hip, and the hot… What do you think?

  1.  ”Call Me Maybe,” Carly Rae Jepsen 
  2.  ”Handclaps & Guitars,” Chiddy Bang
  3.  ”HOV Lane,” Nicki Minaj
  4.  ”Somebody That I Used to Know,” Gotye feat. Kimbra
  5.  ”Amen,” Meek Mill feat. Drake and Jeremih
  6.  ”I Love It,” Icona Pop
  7.  ”We Are Young,” fun. feat. Janelle Monée
  8.  ”Payphone,” Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa
  9.  ”The Only Place,” Best Coast
  10.  ”Comeback Kid,” Sleigh Bells
  11.  ”Emmylou,” First Aid Kit
  12.  ”Stay Useless,” Cloud Nothings

See the entire list with photos here.

Your Philadelphia Wedding DJ is the blog for The Masters Group at www.mastersgroup.net.
Dec 062011
 

It’s that time of year again… time to take a look back at the year in music.

Amazon has just released their best of 2011 Music lists:

The Best Albums of 2011

AdeleLady GagaOn her sophomore album, Adele owns it, landing not only at the top of our list of favorite 2011 albums, but at the top of our CD customer’s favorites list as well. Our MP3 customers made Lady Gaga’s third album Born This Way our bestselling album of 2011, reveling in her epic, anthemic, and socially-aware pop confections. Which albums did we all agree are great? Find out here:

  • Amazon Picks: the 100 Best Albums of 2011: CDs | MP3s
  • Customer Favorites: 100 Bestselling Albums of 2011: CDs | MP3s

Outstanding 2011 Albums You Might Have Missed

Shelby EarlHanni El KhatibIt pains us when great records go unheard. While we can’t protect all of them, we make an attempt to rescue 50 of our favorite hidden 2011 gems in our list of outstanding 2011 albums you might have missed (CDs | MP3s). To aid your discovery, we’ve assembled a playlist featuring a favorite song from each. Hit preview all and dig for more when you’ve found a new favorite.

  • Discover 100 outstanding albums you might have missed: CDs | MP3s

The Best Songs of 2011

Cee LoIt’s unanimous! There was never really a question though, was there? Everyone seems to agree that Adele’s masterful neo-soul hit “Rolling in the Deep” was the best song of 2011. Besides Adele, we loved songs from The Naked and Famous and M83, while customers preferred LMFAO and Maroon 5. Discover more of the year’s best andbestselling songs.

The Best Alternative and Indie Rock

Tune-YardsM83Driven by her powerful, emotive voice, Merril Garbus’ tUnE-yArDs really stunned us this year with their sophomore effort, while our favorite 2011 song is an epic, catchy, atmospheric synth jam (including an awesome sax solo) by dream pop purveyors M83. Discover more of our left-of-the-dial favorites in these lists:

The Best Country Music

Lady AntebellumLuke BryanLady Antebellum tops our country chart again this year with their album Own the Night as does Luke Bryan who delivered the upbeat country album Tailgates and Tanlines compiled of some fun hit singles. Explore these lists for more of our country picks:

The Best Pop

BeyonceEllie GouldingAside from the utterly dominant performance of Adele, 2011 brought us plenty of pop that was more than just bubble gum, including the slow burn of Beyonce’s latest and Ellie Goulding’s electric dance party. See what else popped for us in 2010:

The Best Blues

Gary Clark JrEtta JamesThere’s no better category than the blues for lauding great recordings from artists at the beginning and the end of their careers. Though still in his twenties, Gary Clark Jr’s Bright Lights hit the mark this year, as did the arresting, final offering from the one of the greatest; Etta James. Here’s the full list:

The Best Classical

Beethoven: Diabelli VariationsRojotangoOuterborogh

We can’t put the Diabelli Variations, or Rojotango down even though they topped the leaderboard in the first half of 2011, but they’re joined by spectacular new competition. Outerborough from Todd Reynolds sparkles with originality, but at the same time shows his eclectic, well-honed influences, not least of which comes from another winner this year; Steve Reich.

  • The best classical albums of 2011 CDs | MP3s
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