Top 20 Songs for July 16-22, 2017

1. HIGH – Sir Sly (1)
2. FEEL IT STILL – Portugal. The Man (2)
4. CAN I SIT NEXT TO YOU – Spoon (5)
5. DOING IT FOR THE MONEY – Foster the People (3)
6. DON’T TAKE THE MONEY – Bleachers (6)
7. FEELS LIKE SUMMER – Weezer (8)
8. J-BOY – Phoenix (9)
9. THE MAN – The Killers (11)
10. EVERYTHING NOW – Arcade Fire (10)
11. BELIEVER – Imagine Dragons (7)
12. DIG DOWN – Muse (12)
13. SILENT SUN – Morning Fuzz (13)
14. THE WAY YOU USED TO DO – Queens of the Stone Age (15)
15. LIGHTS OUT – Royal Blood (18)
16. IN COLD BLOOD – alt-J (14)
17. ONE OF US – New Politics (19)
18. RUN – Foo Fighters (N)
19. SONG #3 – Stone Sour (N)
20. HOLDING ON – The War on Drugs (N)

5 thoughts on “Top 20 Songs for July 16-22, 2017

    1. I don’t know about radio in El Paso, but here in the Coachella Valley, IT SUCKS – unless you want to hear old classic rock, Top 40, Country, oldies or Mexican. I’m tired of, or not interested in, hearing any of that, so must stream music I like instead. You’d think that given our famed Coachella Music Festival, we’d have at least decent Alternative Rock station, but the demographics here just don’t support it. Most people are either old (and want to hear oldies or classic rock), or young & Hispanic (who want to hear the mostly hip-hop/rap/pop stuff that now dominates the Hot 100, much of which I can’t stand).

      Almost none of the songs that appear on my weekly lists do I ever hear on local radio, other than the few songs I do like from mainstream artists like Ed Sheeran, Bruno Mars, The Weeknd, Adele, Maroon 5, etc.


      1. It’s about the same in El Paso. I just listen to the old music and top 40. We hear a lot of music on YouTube or Pandora. I like all of the mainstream artists you mentioned.

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