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1 Kelly Clarkson Since U Been Gone (RCA/RMG)

2 Kelly Clarkson Behind These Hazel Eyes (RCA/RMG)

3 Mariah Carey We Belong Together (Island/IDJMG)

4 Ciara f/Missy Elliott 1, 2 Step (LaFace/Zomba Label Group)

5 Green Day Boulevard Of Broken Dreams (Reprise)

6 Mario Let Me Love You (J/RMG)

7 3 Doors Down Let Me Go (Republic/Universal)

8 Gwen Stefani Hollaback Girl (Interscope)

9 Gavin DeGraw I Don't Want To Be (J/RMG)

10 Pussycat Dolls f/Busta Rhymes Don't Cha (A&M/Interscope)

11 Papa Roach Scars (Geffen)

12 Usher Caught Up (LaFace/Zomba Label Group)

13 Lifehouse You And Me (Geffen)

14 Black Eyed Peas Don't Phunk With My Heart (A&M/Interscope)

15 Will Smith Switch (Interscope)

16 Jesse McCartney Beautiful Soul (Hollywood)

17 50 Cent Disco Inferno (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)

18 Gwen Stefani f/Eve Rich Girl (Interscope)

19 D.H.T. Listen To Your Heart (Robbins)

20 Rihanna Pon De Replay (Def Jam/IDJMG)

21 Frankie J. f/Baby Bash Obsession (No Es Amor) (Columbia)

22 Nelly f/Tim McGraw Over And Over (Derrty/Fo' Reel/Curb/Universal)

23 Alicia Keys Karma (J/RMG)

24 Mariah Carey Shake It Off (Island/IDJMG)

25 Rob Thomas Lonely No More (Atlantic)

26 Trick Daddy Sugar (Gimme Some) (Slip-N-Slide/Atlantic)

27 Weezer Beverly Hills (Geffen)

28 Kelly Clarkson Breakaway (RCA/RMG)

29 Killers Mr. Brightside (Island/IDJMG)

30 Destiny's Child Soldier (Sony Urban/Columbia)

31 Kelly Clarkson Because Of You (RCA/RMG)

32 Eminem Mockingbird (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)

33 Ryan Cabrera True (E.V.L.A./Atlantic)

34 50 Cent Candy Shop (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)

35 Ciara f/Ludacris Oh (LaFace/Zomba Label Group)

36 Missy Elliott Lose Control (Gold Mind/Atlantic)

37 Fat Joe f/Nelly Get It Poppin' (Atlantic)

38 Natalie Goin' Crazy (Latium/Universal)

39 Kanye West Gold Digger (Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam/IDJMG)

40 Destiny's Child Lose My Breath (Sony Urban/Columbia)

41 Maroon 5 She Will Be Loved (Octone/J/RMG)

42 Howie Day Collide (Epic)

43 Jay-Z & Linkin Park Numb/Encore (Warner Bros.)

44 Natasha Bedingfield These Words (Epic)

45 Baby Bash Baby I'm Back (Latium/Universal)

46 Backstreet Boys Incomplete (Jive/Zomba Label Group)

47 Snoop Dogg f/Pharrell Drop It Like It's Hot (Doggystyle/Star Trak/Geffen)

48 Black Eyed Peas My Humps (A&M/Interscope)

49 Usher & Alicia Keys My Boo (LaFace/Zomba Label Group)

50 Switchfoot Dare You To Move (Red Ink/Columbia)

51 Ciara f/Petey Pablo Goodies (LaFace/Zomba Label Group)

52 Akon Lonely (SRC/Universal)

53 Crossfade Cold (Columbia)

54 Lil' Jon & The Eastside Boyz f/Usher & Ludacris Lovers & Friends (TVT)

55 50 Cent Just A Lil' Bit (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)

56 Nickelback Photograph (Roadrunner/IDJMG)

57 Gwen Stefani Cool (Interscope)

58 Green Day Holiday (Reprise)

59 Green Day Wake Me Up When September Ends (Reprise)

60 Fall Out Boy Sugar, We're Goin' Down (Island/IDJMG)

61 Gavin DeGraw Chariot (J/RMG)

62 Ryan Cabrera On The Way Down (E.V.L.A./Atlantic)

63 Game f/50 Cent How We Do (Aftermath/G-Unit/Interscope)

64 Frankie J. How To Deal (Columbia)

65 Game f/50 Cent Hate It Or Love It (Aftermath/G-Unit/Interscope)

66 Simple Plan Untitled (Lava)

67 Avril Lavigne Nobody's Home (Arista/RMG)

68 Avril Lavigne My Happy Ending (Arista/RMG)

69 Gorillaz Feel Good Inc. (Virgin)

70 Bow Wow f/Omarion Let Me Hold You (Sony Urban/Columbia)

71 Black Eyed Peas Don't Lie (A&M/Interscope)

72 Bowling For Soup Almost (Silvertone/Jive/Zomba Label Group)

73 Chris Brown f/Juelz Santana Run It (Jive/Zomba Label Group)

74 Black Eyed Peas Let's Get It Started (A&M/Interscope)

75 Click Five Just The Girl (Lava)

76 Pretty Ricky Grind With Me (Blue Star/Atlantic)

77 John Mayer Daughters (Aware/Columbia)

78 Maroon 5 Sunday Morning (Octone/J/RMG)

79 Seether f/Amy Lee Broken (Wind-up)

80 Bow Wow f/Ciara Like You (Sony Urban/Columbia)

81 Mariah Carey It's Like That (Island/IDJMG)

82 Pretty Ricky Your Body (Blue Star/Atlantic)

83 Akon Belly Dancer (Bananza) (SRC/Universal)

84 Trick Daddy Let's Go (Slip-N-Slide/Atlantic)

85 Simple Plan Welcome To My Life (Lava)

86 JoJo Baby It's You (BlackGround/Universal)

87 Killers Somebody Told Me (Island/IDJMG)

88 Eminem f/Dr. Dre & 50 Cent Encore (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)

89 Frankie J. More Than Words (Columbia)

90 Eminem Just Lose It (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope)

91 Jet Look What You've Done (Atlantic)

92 Lenny Kravitz Lady (Virgin)

93 Good Charlotte I Just Wanna Live (Daylight/Epic)

94 Coldplay Speed Of Sound (Capitol)

95 Pussycat Dolls Stickwitu (A&M/Interscope)

96 Ludacris Pimpin' All Over The World (DTP/Def Jam/IDJMG)

97 Bowling For Soup 1985 (Silvertone/Jive/Zomba Label Group)

98 Ashanti Only U (The Inc./Def Jam/IDJMG)

99 Sean Paul We Be Burnin' (VP/Atlantic)

100 Jennifer Lopez Get Right (Epic)

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I am so glad that Kelly took TOP 2 spots, because Since you've been gone and Behind these hazel eyes are SOOOOOOOOOOOO GREAT! My friend does weekly TOP 15 of songs and also she does her yearly charts and I believe Behind these hazel eyes is #2 on her list and Since you've been gone is #3 if I'm not mistaking...

Anyway, cool list! I love many songs in top 20!

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I'm surprised and happy that Clarkson beat out Carey. I know this was Carey's year and all and though I don't like her, or her song, she deserved it. But I love Clarkson-- and Since you've been gone was just awesome.

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Go KELLY! Not only does she nab the top two spots, but she has four songs total on the list. And mad props to Natasha Bedingfield. I LOVE her.

Thank GOD Mariah didn't top the list. Cant stand that floozy.

FYI to Kelly fans: She was named Blender Magazines Woman of the Year in the January 2006 issue, and Since U Been Gone was named number one on the 100 Best Songs of the Year.

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Kelly can have the top 2 spots on the Pop Chart. Mariah still had more success in 2005 with We Belong Together breaking many records such as being #1 on 13 different billboard charts including her 14 weeks at #1 on the HOT 100 chart. In addition to tying Elvis Presley for the 17 number ones only ( behind the Beatles), The Emancipation of Mimi sold more albums than any other album in 2005 ( 4.9 million). I am content with all that she has accomplished and I wish her luck with her 8 grammy nominations.

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Good for Mariah. She does have an incredible talent, though her earlier work far surpasses her music as of late. (Music Box is my favorite Mariah album)

I just happen to think that shes evolved into a scantily clad skank in recent years.

Besides, why must this be about whos better? Both Mariah and Kelly have had major success this year, with Mariah tying Elvis and Kelly being one of only five artists in history to ever have a top 20 album for over a year, an album thats still going strong. They've both earned their accolades and recognitions. Let them and their fans enjoy it.

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Good for Mariah. She does have an incredible talent, though her earlier work far surpasses her music as of late. (Music Box is my favorite Mariah album)

I just happen to think that shes evolved into a scantily clad skank in recent years.

Besides, why must this be about whos better? Both Mariah and Kelly have had major success this year, with Mariah tying Elvis and Kelly being one of only five artists in history to ever have a top 20 album for over a year, an album thats still going strong. They've both earned their accolades and recognitions. Let them and their fans enjoy it.

I AGREE. Sorry if i made it some kind of contest.

I personally think that Mariah's new work is just as good as her old work. But her voice is definately not in the shape that it used to be due to all the vocal abuse from excessive touring and lord know whats shes been drinking. I personally favor Daydream and Butterfly. I always felt that Musicbox was kinda boring.

As for her clothing, just be thankful that she isnt wearing shorts stuck up her ass crack and stripping on TRL anymore. :lol:

And I dont hate Kelly. For like 2 months, I was a huge fan. When SUBG came out, it was my favorite song. But it got WAY overplayed and I got so sick of it. I agree that tHere is room for both of them to be successful. I am utterly shocked that her cd is still in the top 10, considering the fact that it was released over a year ago.

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I AGREE.

I personally think that Mariah's new work is just as good as her old work. But her voice is definately not in the shape that it used to be due to all the vocal abuse from excessive touring and lord know whats shes been drinking. I personally favor Daydream and Butterfly. I always felt that Musicbox was kinda boring.

As for her clothing, just be thankful that she isnt wearing shorts stuck up her ass crack and stripping on TRL anymore. :lol:

And I dont hate Kelly. For like 2 months, I was a huge fan. When SUBG came out, it was my favorite song. But it got WAY overplayed and I got so sick of it. I agree that tHere is room for both of them to be successful. I am utterly shocked that her cd is still in the top 10, considering the fact that it was released over a year ago.

Yea, Music Box wasn't exactly dance floor worthy, but the three songs that gave me chills were Hero, Music Box and Without You, which I still deem the greatest remake of a song EVER.

As for the stripping on TRL, yea, let us all breathe a collective sigh of relief that her Post Glitter Depression is no longer. ;)

I agree with you that some songs are overplayed, Kelly's SUBG being no exception. I blame the radio station for being so narrow minded with their playlists. There are hundreds of thousands, if not millions of songs at their disposal, but no matter where you tune in to, they play the same ten songs. Its irritating.

It is surprising that she's still in the top ten 14 months after Breakaway was released to the public. I think its very symbolic. The title says it all: she broke the Idol curse that has befallen every winner since she was crowned the best. She broke away into the mainstream and proved that shes not a fifteen minutes of fame wonder. She is a force to be reckoned with, and although she only had 2 grammy nominations as opposed to Mariah's not surprising 8, I see it as a sign that she'll be around for a while.

And with a little luck, Clay, Ruben and Carrie will all go away. But thats another story. ;)

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It is surprising that she's still in the top ten 14 months after Breakaway was released to the public. I think its very symbolic. The title says it all: she broke the Idol curse that has befallen every winner since she was crowned the best. She broke away into the mainstream and proved that shes not a fifteen minutes of fame wonder. She is a force to be reckoned with, and although she only had 2 grammy nominations as opposed to Mariah's not surprising 8, I see it as a sign that she'll be around for a while.

And with a little luck, Clay, Ruben and Carrie will all go away. But thats another story. ;)

oh definately. She will always be the best American idol. I shudder at the thought of Clay Aiken. icon8.gif

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Mariah is disgusting. I can't stand that shrieking psycho!

I don't care for Mariah's voice that much, but I liked "We Belong Together" and "Shake It Off." The rest of the album sucks, though. And she just seems like a stuck up witch.

Kelly Clarkson's songs had heart, soul, sass, and melodies that really stick. Kudos to her and Gwen Stefani.

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