Week of 1.5 – STL 20 Countdown with Paul Cook

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This week on the STL 20, Hunter Hayes joins the countdown with his single “Wanted” and Phillip Phillips and the Lumineers battle for the number one spot. So who comes in at #1? Keep reading the STL 20 recap to find out!

Each week, Paul Cook brings you the recap of what’s been hot on the airwaves. Check out the Y98 STL 20 every Saturday morning from 8 – 10am to find out which songs were on top for the week and which artists have songs on the rise.

In case you missed last week’s countdown, click here for a quick recap!

#20 – Hunter Hayes – “Wanted”

Joining the countdown this week is singer-songwriter Hunter Hayes with his single “Wanted” from his self-titled album that was released in October 2012.

#19 – Ellie Goulding – “Lights”

English singer and songwriter, Ellie Goulding comes in at #19 with her single “Lights” from her 2010 debut album, Lights.

#18 – Mumford & Sons – “I Will Wait

Coming in at #18 on the countdown this week is English folk rock band Mumford & Sons with their single “I Will Wait” from the 2012 album, Babel.

#17 – Neon Trees – “Everybody Talks”

Coming in at #17 this week  is Neon Trees with their latest single, “Everyone Talks” from their second studio album, Picture Show released in December 2011.

#16 – Katy Perry – “Wide Awake”

Katy Perry comes in at #16 this week  with her latest single, “Wide Awake” from her 2012 album, Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection.

#15 – Kelly Clarkson – “Catch My Breath”

Coming in at #15 this week is Kelly Clarkson with her single “Catch My Breath” from her first greatest hits album, Greatest Hits: Chapter One.

#14 – Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen – “Good Time”

Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen come in at #14 with “Good Time” from Owl City’s album The Midsummer Station.

#13 – Ed Sheeran – “The A Team”

This week is English singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran comes in at #13 with his single “A Team” from his debut album, +, which was released in 2011.

#12 – Pink – “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)”

Pink comes in at #12 this week with her latest single, “Blow Me (One Last Kiss)” from her forthcoming sixth studio album The Truth About Love, released September 18th 2012.

#11 – Taylor Swift – “I Knew You Were Trouble”

Coming in at #11 on the countdown this week is Taylor Swift with her latest single “I Knew You Were Trouble” from her album Red.

#10 – Train – “50 Ways To Say Goodbye”

Train comes in at #10 this week with their latest single “50 Ways To Say Goodbye” from their six studio album, California 37.

#9 – Taylor Swift – “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together”

Taylor Swift comes in at #9 with her latest single “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” from her fourth studio album Red released August 2012.

#8 – OneRepublic – “Feel Again”

This week OneRepublic comes in at #8 with their latest single “Feel Again” from their third studio album, Native due out this month.

#7 – Alex Clare – “Too Close”

British singer and song-writer, Alex Clare comes in at #7 on the countdown this week with his single “Too Close” from his 2011 album, The Lateness of the Hour.

#6 – Fun. – “Some Nights”

Fun. comes in at #6 this week on the countdown with their latest single “Some Nights” from their second studio album Some Nights.

#5 -Pink – “Try”

This week,  Pink comes in at #5 with her latest single “Try” from her sixth studio album The Truth About Love.

#4 – Maroon 5 – One More Night” 

Maroon 5 comes in at #4 with their latest single, “One More Night”  from their fourth studio album Overexposed.

#3 – Bruno Mars – “Locked Out of Heaven”

Bruno Mars comes in at #3 with his latest single “Locked Out of Heaven” from his upcoming second studio album, Unorthodox Jukebox.

#2 – Phillip Phillips – “Home”

Phillip Phillips stays falls back one spot to #2 this week with his single “Home” from the American Idol Season 11 Highlights (Phillip Phillips EP).

#1 – The Lumineers – “Ho Hey”

American folk, rock band The Lumineers come in at #1 with their single “Ho Hey” from their self-titled album that was released in April 2012.

In case you missed last week’s countdown, click here for a quick recap!

Tune in again to the STL 20 next week to see which tracks are on the move.

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