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Christina Soars, Gnarls Disappears, Rascal Is Everywhere
Week 10: Label competition gets fierce
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image of Laura KatzFrom the looks of things, all except 2 of our players have remained in a holding pattern this past week...but our charts have not.

Christina Aguilera has made an incredible jump up 16 spots to # 2 on the Hot AC chart, and up 7 spots on CHR, leaving the diva at # 2 in sales. Some roster changes may need to be made in the wake of her success.

Gnarls Barkley's just off a big win at the VMA's, but has done a disappearing act from the urban chart. Don't fret too much, Gnarls is still is holding on strong at # 1 in the rest of ranks.

Breakin Benjamin is breaking on the scene and are proving that they're a potential force to be reckoned with. They've made a move up 6 spots on the Alternative chart this week. Joining them in alt-ville is the rock band Hinder, who's now touring with Nickelback and generating lots of buzz.

The top of the country charts has remained steady for some time, but Rascal has seems to be everywhere at once! He's on 3 charts this week, #9 on Hot AC, 18 on CHR, and an impressive # 2 on...you guessed it...country.

The race between Amarpan and Stevemoose is neck and neck, with the financial gap closing in between them, leaving Daldog in the virtual dust. It's so tight...it's like a noose on a one-eyed...where's Dan Rather when you need him!?! Anyway, the two labels can either do a little finesse'ing, or just hope for the best...their roster got them this far.

Maybe this mantra will help some players who want to move up in the ranks..."Christina Aguilera, Christina Aguilera." Say it 10 times, spin around once, and add her to your label.

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