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September 14, 2001

Weekly charts for the nation’s recorded music as they appear in the Sept. 22, 2001, issue of Billboard magazine. Used with permission. (Platinum signifies more than 1 million copies sold; Gold signifies more than 500,000 copies sold.):

Billboard Hot 100: Top 20

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports collected, compiled and provided by SoundScan; radio playlists; and monitored radio by Broadcast Data Systems)

1. ``I’m Real,″ Jennifer Lopez (feat. Ja Rule). Epic.

2. ``Fallin’,″ Alicia Keys. J.

3. ``Where The Party At,″ Jagged Edge With Nelly. So So Def.

4. ``Hit ’Em Up Style (Oops!),″ Blu Cantrell. RedZone.

5. ``Someone To Call My Lover,″ Janet. Virgin.

6. ``U Remind Me,″ Usher. Arista.

7. ``It’s Been Awhile,″ Staind. Flip/Elektra.

8. ``Let Me Blow Ya Mind,″ Eve (feat. Gwen Stefani). Ruff Ryders.

9. ``Family Affair,″ Mary J. Blige. MCA.

10. ``You Rock My World,″ Michael Jackson. Epic.

11. ``Hanging By A Moment,″ Lifehouse. DreamWorks.

12. ``Drops Of Jupiter (Tell Me),″ Train. Columbia.

13. ``Izzo (H.O.V.A.),″ Jay-Z. Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam/IDJMG.

14. ``Differences,″ Ginuwine. Epic.

15. ``One Minute Man,″ Missy ``Misdemeanor″ Elliott. The Gold Mind/Elektra/EEG.

16. ``Fill Me In,″ Craig David. Wildstar.

17. ``Peaches & Cream,″ 112. Bad Boy.

18. ``When It’s Over,″ Sugar Ray. Lava/Atlantic.

19. ``Because I Got High,″ Afroman. Universal.

20. ``I’m A Thug,″ Trick Daddy. Slip-N-Slide.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

The Billboard 200 Top Albums: Top 20

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports collected, compiled and provided by SoundScan)

1. ``Songs In A Minor,″ Alicia Keys. J. (Platinum _ certified sales of 1 million units)

2. ``Toxicity,″ System Of A Down. American.

3. ``Aaliyah,″ Aaliyah. Blackground. (Platinum)

4. ``Now 7,″ Various Artists. EMI/Universal/Sony/Zomba/Virgin.

5. ``No More Drama,″ Mary J. Blige. MCA.

6. ``Break The Cycle,″ Staind. Flip/Elektra. (Platinum)

7. ``(Hybrid Theory),″ Linkin Park. Warner Bros. (Platinum)

8. ``Now,″ Maxwell. Columbia/CRG.

9. ``Celebrity,″ ’N Sync. Jive. (Platinum)

10. ``The Good Times,″ Afroman. Universal.

11. ``J.Lo,″ Jennifer Lopez. Epic. (Platinum)

12. ``Iowa,″ Slipknot. Roadrunner.

13. ``Superhero,″ Brian McKnight. Motown.

14. ``Gorillaz,″ Gorillaz. Parlophone. (Gold)

15. ``Project English,″ Juvenile. Cash Money/Universal.

16. Soundtrack: ``O Brother, Where Art Thou?″ Mercury. (Platinum)

17. ``Come Clean,″ Puddle of Mudd. Flawless.

18. ``ANThology,″ Alien Ant Farm. New Noize/DreamWorks/Interscope. (Platinum)

19. ``Eternal,″ The Isley Brothers (feat. Ronald Isley AKA Mr. Biggs). DreamWorks.

20. ``A Day Without Rain,″ Enya. Reprise. (Platinum)

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

Hot Adult Contemporary

(Compiled from a national sample of airplay supplied by Broadcast Data Systems)

1. ``There You’ll Be,″ Faith Hill. Warner Bros.

2. ``Thank You,″ Dido. Arista.

3. ``If You’re Gone,″ matchbox twenty. Lava.

4. ``Only Time,″ Enya. Warner Sunset.

5. ``I Hope You Dance,″ Lee Ann Womack With Sons Of The Desert. MCA Nashville.

6. ``More Than That,″ Backstreet Boys. Jive.

7. ``One More Day,″ Diamond Rio. Arista Nashville.

8. ``Follow Me,″ Uncle Kracker. Top Dog/Lava/Atlantic.

9. ``Never Had A Dream Come True,″ S Club 7. A&M.

10. ``This I Promise You,″ ’N Sync. Jive.

Top Gospel Albums

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports collected, compiled and provided by SoundScan)

1. ``Live In London And More...″ Donnie McClurkin. Verity. (Gold)

2. ``Thankful,″ Mary Mary. C2/Columbia. (Gold)

3. ``CeCe Winans,″ CeCe Winans. Wellspring Gospel.

4. ``The Experience,″ Yolanda Adams. Elektra.

5. ``Persuaded _ Live in D.C.,″ Richard Smallwood With Vision. Verity/Zomba.

6. ``Still Tramaine,″ Tramaine Hawkins. Gospo Centric.

7. ``WoW Gospel 2001: The Year’s 30 Top Gospel Artists And Songs,″ Various Artists. EMI/Word. (Gold)

8. ``Mountain High... Valley Low,″ Yolanda Adams. Elektra.

9. ``Awesome Wonder,″ Kurt Carr & The Kurt Carr Singers. Gospo Centric.

10. ``Sing For Me,″ Dez. Destiny.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

Mainstream Rock Tracks

(Compiled from a national sample of airplay supplied by Broadcast Data Systems)

1. ``How You Remind Me,″ Nickelback. Roadrunner.

2. ``Gets Me Through,″ Ozzy Osbourne. Epic.

3. ``Schism,″ Tool. Tool Dissectional.

4. ``Control,″ Puddle Of Mudd. Flawless/Geffen/Interscope.

5. ``It’s Been Awhile,″ Staind. Flip/Elektra.

6. ``Crawling,″ Linkin Park. Warner Bros.

7. ``Down With the Sickness,″ Disturbed. Giant/Reprise.

8. ``I Wish You Were Here,″ Incubus. Immortal/Epic.

9. ``Bodies,″ Drowning Pool. Wind-up.

10. ``Astounded,″ Tantric. Maverick.

Modern Rock Tracks

(Compiled from a national sample of airplay supplied by Broadcast Data Systems)

1. ``How You Remind Me,″ Nickelback. Roadrunner.

2. ``Smooth Criminal,″ Alien Ant Farm. New Noize/DreamWorks.

3. ``I Wish You Were Here,″ Incubus. Immortal/Epic.

4. ``Fat Lip,″ Sum 41. Island.

5. ``Clint Eastwood,″ Gorillaz. Virgin.

6. ``Schism,″ Tool. Tool Dissectional.

7. ``Control,″ Puddle Of Mudd. Flawless/Geffen/Interscope.

8. ``Down With The Sickness,″ Disturbed. Giant/Reprise.

9. ``Crawling,″ Linkin Park. Warner Bros.

10. ``It’s Been Awhile,″ Staind. Flip/Elektra.

Hot Country Singles and Tracks

(Compiled from a national sample of monitored country radio by Broadcast Data Systems)

1. ``What I Really Meant To Say,″ Cyndi Thomson. Capitol.

2. ``I’m Just Talkin’ About Tonight,″ Toby Keith. DreamWorks.

3. ``Austin,″ Blake Shelton. Giant.

4. ``Where I Come From,″ Alan Jackson. Arista Nashville.

5. ``I Would’ve Loved You Anyway,″ Trisha Yearwood. MCA Nashville.

6. ``Only In America,″ Brooks & Dunn. Arista Nashville.

7. ``Angray All The Time,″ Tim McGraw. Curb.

8. ``Where The Blacktop Ends,″ Keith Urban. Capitol.

9. ``Six-Pack Summer,″ Phil Vassar. Arista Nashville.

10. ``Complicated,″ Carolyn Dawn Johnson. Arista Nashville.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

Top Country Albums

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports collected, compiled and provided by SoundScan)

1. Soundtrack: ``O Brother, Where Art Thou?″ Mercury. (Platinum)

2. ``Pull My Chain,″ Toby Keith. DreamWorks.

3. Soundtrack: ``Coyote Ugly,″ Curb. (Platinum)

4. ``Set This Circus Down,″ Tim McGraw. Curb. (Platinum)

5. ``New Favorite,″ Alison Krauss & Union Station. Rounder/IDJMG.

6. ``I’m Already There,″ Lonestar. BNA. (Gold)

7. ``I Hope You Dance,″ Lee Ann Womack. MCA Nashville. (Platinum)

8. ``Greatest Hits,″ Kenny Chesney. BNA. (Platinum)

9. ``Greatest Hits,″ Tim McGraw. Curb. (Platinum)

10. ``Blake Shelton,″ Blake Shelton. Warner Bros./WRN.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Singles and Tracks

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports and radio playlists)

1. ``Where the Party At,″ Jagged Edge with Nelly. So So Def.

2. ``I’m Real,″ Jennifer Lopez (feat. Ja Rule). Epic.

3. ``Differences,″ Ginuwine. Epic.

4. ``Family Affair,″ Mary J. Blige. MCA.

5. ``Fallin’,″ Alicia Keys. J.

6. ``Izzo (H.O.V.A.),″ Jay-Z. Roc-A-Fella/Def Jam/IDJMG.

7. ``Contagious,″ The Isley Brothers (feat. Ronald Isley AKA Mr. Biggs). DreamWorks.

8. ``I’m A Thug,″ Trick Daddy. Slip-N-Slide/Atlantic.

9. ``One Minute Man,″ Missy ``Misdemeanor″ Elliott. The Gold Mind/Elektra/EEG.

10. ``Rock The Boat,″ Aaliyah. Blackground.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports collected, compiled and provided by SoundScan)

1. ``No More Drama,″ Mary J. Blige. MCA.

2. ``Aaliyah,″ Aaliyah. Blackground. (Platinum)

3. ``Now,″ Maxwell. Columbia/CRG.

4. ``Superhero,″ Brian McKnight. Motown.

5. ``Songs In A Minor,″ Alicia Keys. J. (Platinum)

6. ``Eternal,″ The Isley Brothers (feat. Ronald Isley AKA Mr. Biggs). DreamWorks.

7. ``Project English,″ Juvenile. Cash Money/Universal.

8. ``Kiss Tha Game Goodbye,″ Jadakiss. Ruff Ryders/Interscope.

9. ``The Good Times,″ Afroman. Universal.

10. ``8701,″ Usher. Arista.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

Hot Rap Singles

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports collected, compiled, and Provided by SoundScan)

1. ``Raise Up,″ Petey Pablo. Jive.

2. ``My Projects,″ Coo Coo Cal. Infinite/Tommy Boy.

3. ``Po’ Punch,″ Po’ White Trash & The Trailer Park Symphony. Pocket Change.

4. ``Living It Up,″ Ja Rule (feat. Case). Murder Inc.

5. ``All My Thugs,″ Young Phantom. Heartless.

6. ``Let’s Be Friends,″ Ta Ta Brando (feat. Larry Poteat Of The Donz). Heartless.

7. ``Grippin Grain,″ The Young Millionaires. Urban Spears/Urban Dreams.

8. ``Purple Hills,″ D-12. Shady.

9. ``Bounce,″ Survivalist. Fo’ Life.

10. ``We Right Here,″ DMX. Ruff Ryders.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

Hot Dance Music _ Club Play

(Compiled from a national sample of dance club playlists)

1. ``Absolutely Not,″ Deborah Cox. J.

2. ``Stand Still,″ Aubrey. Groovilicious/Strictly Rhythm.

3. ``Tell Me Who,″ Tamia. Elektra/EEG.

4. ``Keep It Coming,″ 7 (feat. Mona Monet). King Street.

5. ``I Feel Loved,″ Depeche Mode. Mute/Reprise.

6. ``Feel This 2001,″ Robbie Rivera. Strictly Rhythm.

7. ``Little L,″ Jamiroquai. Epic.

8. ``Crystal,″ New Order. Reprise.

9. ``Digital Love,″ Daft Punk. Virgin.

10. ``Thank You,″ Dido. Arista.

Hot Latin Tracks

(Compiled from national Latin radio airplay reports)

1. ``Como Olvidar,″ Olga Tanon. WEA Latina.

2. ``Azul,″ Cristian. Ariola.

3. ``O Me Voy O Te Vas,″ Marco Antonio Solis. Fonovisa.

4. ``No Me Concoces Aun,″ Palomo. Disa.

5. ``Como Se Cura Una Herida,″ Jaci Velasquez. Sony Discos.

6. ``Me Vas A Extranar,″ Pepe Aguilar. Musart.

7. ``Pueden Decir,″ Gilberto Santa Rosa. Sony Discos.

8. ``Con Cada Beso,″ Huey Dunbar. Sony Discos.

9. ``Abrazame Muy Fuerte,″ Juan Gabriel. Ariola.

10. ``No Vale La Pena,″ Nydia Con Juan Gabriel. Hollywood.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

The Billboard Latin 50: Top 10 Albums

(Compiled from a national sample of sales reports collected, compiled and provided by SoundScan)

1. ``Uniendo Fronteras,″ Los Tigres Del Norte. Fonovisa.

2. ``Historia Musical,″ Los Angeles Azules. Disa.

3. ``Thalia Con Banda-Grandes,″ Thalia. EMI Latin.

4. ``Historia Musical Romantica,″ Grupo Bryndis. Disa.

5. ``Shhh!″ A.B. Quintanilla Y Los Kumbia Kings. EMI Latin.

6. ``Paulina,″ Paulina Rubio. Universal Latino. (Gold)

7. ``Corazon De Mujer,″ Melina Leon. Sony Discos.

8. ``Despreciado,″ Lupillo Rivera. Sony Discos. (Gold)

9. ``Mas Con El Numero Uno,″ Vicente Fernandez. Sony Discos.

10. ``Historia De Un Idolo Vol. 1,″ Vicente Fernandez. Sony Discos.

Copyright 2001, BPI Communications Inc. and SoundScan Inc.

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