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On The Charts - Modest Mouse, Ted Leo And The Pharmacists, LCD Soundsystem, Guns N' Roses, Stephen Marley, Mana, Natasha Bedingfield, Elliott Yamin, Don Omar

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LAist is proud to offer a weekly, chart roundup of Billboard Magazine’s most coveted rankings. Join us as we revel in the conventional standard of musical success. Let us cross our fingers, hoist our lighters, and dream together of the supreme resurrection of artist-driven recordings that will forever eclipse the dark cloud of big label greed, A&R sleaze and disposable audio. Amen.

Here are this week’s chart toppers. Behold the #1s. __________________________________________________________________________________________
Billboard Charts
Issue Date : April 7, 2007

The Billboard 200 - We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank : Modest Mouse
The Billboard Hot 100 - Don't Matter : Akon
Hot Modern Rock Tracks - From Yesterday : 30 Seconds To Mars
Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks - Breath : Breaking Benjamin
Hot Adult Contemporary Recurrents - Unwritten : Natasha Bedingfield
Hot Dance Club Play - Love Me Or Hate Me (F**k You!!!!) : Lady Sovereign
Latin Rhythm Albums - King Of Kings : Don Omar
Top Concert Grosses - Mana : Live Nation
Top DVD Sales - Casino Royale
Top Electronic Albums - Sound Of Silver : LCD Soundsystem
Top Heatseekers - Living With The Living : Ted Leo And The Pharmacists
Top Independent Albums - Elliott Yamin : Elliott Yamin
Top Internet Albums - We Were Dead Before The Ship Even Sank : Modest Mouse
Top Pop Catalog - Greatest Hits : Guns N' Roses
Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums - Veteran : Marques Houston
Top Reggae Albums - Mind Control : Stephen Marley
Top Soundtracks - Hannah Montana : Soundtrack
Euro Digital Tracks - I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) : The Proclaimers Featuring Brian Polter & Andy Pipkin

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