Young, McGraw lead charts
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Young, McGraw lead charts

Thursday, February 2, 2012 – Chris Young notched another number 1 song on the Billboard Country Songs chart with You for the week ending Feb. 11 while Tim McGraw debuted in first on the Billboard Country Albums chart with "Emotional Traffic."

Young took over for Luke Bryan's I Don't Want This Night to End, which fell to second. McGraw replaced Toby Keith's "Clancy's Tavern," which slipped to sixth.

On the album chart, Kellie Pickler debuted in second with "100 Proof." Bryan was third again with "tailgates & tanlines." Lady Antebellum held fourth with "Own the Night," while Jason Aldean remained fifth with "My Kinda Party."

Blake Shelton's "Red River Blue" jumped from 18 to 9. "NOW That's What I Call Country Ballads" debuted at 15. Brad Paisley was up 4 to 19 with "This is Country Music." Justin Moore's "Outlaws Like Me" moved from 24 to 21.

On the song chart, The Band Perry was up one to third with All Your Life, switching spots with Drink In My Hand by Eric Church. Keith Urban stood in fifth with You Gonna Fly, up two. Keith's Red Solo Cup broke into the top 10, up 1 to 10. Blake Shelton was up 4 to 17 with Drink On It. Scotty McCreery's The Trouble With Girls was at 20, up 3.

Lee Brice was up 3 to 21 with Woman Like You. McGraw's new single, Better Than I Used to Be climbed 4 spots to 22, while Miranda Lambert was a place behind, also up 4, with Over You. Rascal Flatts' new single, Banjo jumped 7 to 24. Kip Moore's new single, Somethin' "Bout a Truck" moved 4 places to 26. Also up 4 was Brantley Gilbert's You Don't Know Her Like I Do at 28 and Chris Cagle's Got My Country On at 29.

On the bluegrass album chart, "The Gospel Side of Dailey & Vincent" was first again with "The Goat Rodeo Sessions" from Yo-Yo Ma, Stuart Duncan, Edgar Meyer and Chris Thile second. Alison Krauss & Union Station were again third with "Paper Airplane." The Isaacs were fourth with "Why Can't We" and Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers" fifth with "Rare Bird Alert."

On the overall top 200, McGraw was 2nd, Pickler 7th, Bryan 21st, Lady A 23rd and Aldean 27th.


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