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Sure you’re still on top at Triple A, but, sorry, Radiohead, you’re no longer the boss of Radio 200. Did you think it would be some stalwart rock band that would muscle you from No. 1? Well think again, Thom, and welcome the ladies of the Dum Dum Girls: led by head Dum Dum Dee Dee, the all-female quartet plays a litany of short, dirty, harmony-drenched pop songs about love.



Newly in control of Loud Rock is Swedish death-metal band of lords and loincloth-clad swingers of flaming swords Amon Amarth. OK, I might be making up that part about the sweet flashy fig-leaves, but Amon Amarth truthfully made the biggest climb at Loud Rock this week, moving from No. 16 to No. 1.



Jazz, is, once again, a wheel of fortune—or misfortune for Tirtha. Last week’s Jazz No. 1 slides down to the secondary spot as the Charlie Haden Quartet West, now in its sixth week on the chart, jumps to No. 1.



In the land of Adds, Peter Bjorn And John has squashed the competition, clearly Most Added over runners-up the Raveonettes. But is it really PB&J time? What’s in store for the trio? Tune in next week, same chart time, same chart channel.



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