This song was written by Mandy Moore with The Weepies and produced by John Alagia. The Firm Music Records and EMI Records released digital single for this song on 10 April 2007.
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Mandy Moore's version was produced by John Fields for her fourth album "Coverage". It was the lead single from this album and was only released to Australian radio. Although Mandy has enjoyed chart success in Australia, no physical single was produced, resulting in "Crush" as her last Australian single. The video is available on the Deluxe Edition of "Coverage" and on the 2004 DVD "The Best Of Mandy Moore". Her version of this song is on the soundtrack of the MTV reality show A Shot at Love: The Hangover.
The "Crush" music video was directed by Chris Applebaum and edited by Nabil Mechi. On September 10, 2001, it became Moore's first video to reach the number-one spot on MTV's countdown show Total Request Live. In the video, Moore sits in her crush's room and tries to wake him up. She performs with her band in another room. The video ends with Moore wearing a replica of the jacket Michael Jackson wears in the "Thriller" music video. When she walks down the hall, she sees her crush and smiles.
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The song charted strongly around the world, reaching number one in sixteen countries, including Australia, Austria, Germany, Italy, New Zealand, Sweden, Egypt, Turkey, and the Netherlands, as well as staying at number one for eight consecutive weeks on Billboard's Pop 100. The song reached the U.S. and U.K. top three and spent thirteen weeks at number one in Canada. "Apologize" is number fifty on the definitive list of Billboard's Hot 100 All-Time Songs from the chart's first fifty years, August 1958 through July 2008; achieving this status after it spent twenty-five consecutive weeks in the top ten, the longest stay there for any song since "Smooth," by Santana featuring Rob Thomas, spent thirty weeks there in 1999. With sales of over 4.3 million digital downloads in the U.S. alone, "Apologize" is the most legally downloaded song in U.S. digital history in 2008. "Apologize" has sold in excess of ten million singles worldwide. The single was released on 0 April 2006.
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When the song reached #17 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 (Week Ending 27 August 2008), Jordin became the only American Idol contestant ever to have their first four singles all crack the Top 20 of the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. The song has over 100.000 spins on US top-40 radio and peak at no. 3 on the R&R airplay chart. The song is track #13 on "Now That's What I Call Music! 29" along with 19 other hits of 2008. It is Jordin's 3rd straight single to be added to the "Now That's What I Call Music" series.
The song served as Sparks' third U.K. single and digitally released on 13 September 2009. It has already surpassed the success of previous single "Tattoo" as it was A-Listed on Radio 1's playlist on the 14th January. On 1 February 2009, the song reached a peak of #16 on the U.K. Singles Chart despite no physical release.
"Perfect" was the most played song by an Australian artist on the 2008 National Airplay Chart (The Music Network – 22 December 2008). The track also hit #1 on the Australian iTunes Store on 6 June 2008. Before release as a single, "Perfect" was featured in promotions by the Seven Network for the American show Bionic Woman. It will also be used in a commercial campaign for jeans by Calvin Klein in Australia. "Perfect" and "Shine" are her highest charting singles to date.
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Released as the album's lead single, "I Kissed A Girl" was a commercial success. It topped the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart, becoming the 1000th chart-topper of the Rock Era. The song has since become a major worldwide hit, and along with the United States, it has topped the charts in more than 30 countries, including Australia, Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom. It was released on 6 May 2008.
It was reached at #13 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 and available as digital single and CD single, also aired on radio. RED Distribution and Hickory Records released this single on 13 March 2007.
As of January 2009, the single has logged a number of 995,000+ digital downloads. The song was nominated for Payback Track on the 2007 Teen Choice Awards. This song was #99 on Rolling Stone's list of the 100 Best Songs of 2007. This song also ranked #63 on AT40's 100 Most Played Songs of 2007. It also ranked at #70 on Billboard's 2007 Year End Chart.
On 31 May 2007, the single was certified gold by RIAA and has sold over 500,000 copies in all formats in the US. The single was released on 23 April 2007.
"Don't Think I Don't Think About It" is the title of a single recorded by American singer Darius Rucker, lead vocalist and guitarist in the rock band Hootie And The Blowfish. The song, co-written by Rucker and Clay Mills, was released to country radio in mid-2008 as Rucker's first solo single, and it is included on his studio album Learn to Live, which was released on Capitol Records Nashville on 16 September 2008. The song has also made Rucker the first solo African American to chart a Number One country hit since Charley Pride's "Night Games" reached the top of the charts in September 1983. It was released on 27 May 2008.
"I Still Miss You" is a single by American country music singer, Keith Anderson. It is the second single released from his second album "C'mon!", which was released on 5 August 2008. In addition, it is the fastest-rising single of his career, and his highest peaking chart entry, reaching at #2 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. It was released on January 2008.