Top Digitally Sold Songs of the Week in the US {November 11, 2009}

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11 Nov 2009, 23:59

1 1 Owl City "Fireflies" 194035 11 175083 1246663 (Platinum)
10 2 Iyaz "Replay" 153807 38 111735 858001 (Gold)
4 3 Jay-Z "Empire State of Mind (feat. Alicia Keys)" 151376 13 134239 1028307 (Platinum)
-- 4 Rihanna "Russian Roulette" 131997 999 0 131997
5 5 Jason Derülo "Whatcha Say" 123615 -8 133792 1633735 (Platinum)
6 6 Miley Cyrus "Party in the U.S.A." 121698 -5 127908 2217332 (2x Platinum)
7 7 Ke$ha "TiK ToK" 121613 5 115824 414716
8 8 Britney Spears "3" 117777 2 115096 784121 (Gold)
3 9 Lady Gaga "Bad Romance" 95515 -33 142724 240283
12 10 Jay Sean "Down (feat. Lil Wayne)" 95243 1 94753 2061474 (2x Platinum)
17 11 David Guetta "Sexy Chick (feat. Akon)" 91829 19 77448 699898 (Gold)
-- 12 Justin Bieber "Favorite Girl" 84303 999 0 84303
13 13 The Black Eyed Peas "Meet Me Halfway" 84239 -10 93456 636021 (Gold)
15 14 Jay-Z "Run This Town (Feat. Rihanna and Kanye West)" 71411 -9 78131 1587115 (Platinum)
16 15 Lady Gaga "Paparazzi" 71112 -8 77518 1205771 (Platinum)
20 16 The Black Eyed Peas "I Gotta Feeling" 65483 -12 74017 3667178 (3x Platinum)
24 17 Chris Brown I Can Transform Ya (feat. Lil Wayne and Swizz Beatz)" 64849 16 55718 240247
23 18 Drake "Forever (feat. Kanye West, Lil Wayne, and Eminem)" 64505 2 63506 680433 (Gold)
33 19 Carrie Underwood "Cowboy Casanova" 63664 66 38459 432312
25 20 Lady Antebellum "Need You Now" 59829 10 54204 538368 (Gold)
27 21 Justin Bieber "One Time" 58616 16 50417 838948 (Gold)
2 22 Taylor Swift "Jump Then Fall" 56066 -65 161813 217879
-- 23 Jay Sean "Do You Remember (feat. Sean Paul and Lil Jon)" 55557 999 13 55570
26 24 Beyoncé "Sweet Dreams" 50765 -1 51431 756921 (Gold)
31 25 Kelly Clarkson "Already Gone" 47293 11 42786 663658 (Gold)
30 26 Taylor Swift "You Belong with Me" 44753 2 43916 2301008 (2x Platinum)
34 27 Jesse McCartney "BODY LANGUAGE (Remix) (feat. T-Pain)" 42493 11 38181 263561
29 28 50 Cent "Baby By Me (Feat. Ne-Yo)" 40289 -17 48756 89203
32 29 Cascada "Evacuate the Dancefloor" 39652 -1 39935 523823 (Gold)
39 30 Kings of Leon "Use Somebody" 37646 11 33996 2452593 (2x Platinum)
35 31 P!nk "Funhouse" 35576 -3 36850 310092
36 32 Train "Hey, Soul Sister" 35246 -3 36235 242148
22 33 Justin Bieber "Love Me" 35046 -46 65132 100431
38 34 Mariah Carey "Obsessed" 35006 0 35132 1185158 (Platinum)
9 35 Taylor Swift "Untouchable" 34698 -70 113947 148645
37 36 Michael Franti & Spearhead "Say Hey (I Love You) (feat. Cherine Anderson)" 33554 -6 35584 919999 (Gold)
45 37 Zac Brown Band "Toes" 32348 9 29671 646493 (Gold)
40 38 Boys Like Girls "Love Drunk" 31700 -3 32707 933568 (Gold)
49 39 Colbie Caillat "Fallin' for You" 31221 13 27736 856016 (Gold)
47 40 Birdman "Money to Blow (feat. Drake and Lil Wayne)" 30530 7 28467 171784
41 41 Ester Dean "Drop It Low (Feat. Chris Brown)" 30128 -7 32453 273173
54 42 Cobra Starship "Good Girls Go Bad (feat. Leighton Meester)" 28740 8 26557 1483218 (Platinum)
44 43 Shakira "She Wolf" 27126 -9 29768 1005114 (Platinum)
91 44 Leona Lewis "Happy" 26516 54 17192 182736
50 45 Jeremih "Imma Star (Everywhere We Are)" 26416 -4 27649 453982
11 46 Taylor Swift "The Other Side of the Door" 25356 -73 95338 120694
58 47 Uncle Kracker "Smile" 25206 -1 25556 435767
64 48 Muse "Uprising" 25077 11 22536 301594
52 49 Green Day "21 Guns" 25012 -9 27512 1016150 (Platinum)
59 50 Justin Bieber "One Less Lonely Girl" 24945 2 24508 232925

Notes:
- Rihanna follows the path of Lady Gaga by opening with lower than expected sales this week. Rihanna's last opening single, "Take a Bow" sold nearly twice as much on its opening week. "Russian Roulette" is also proving to be a quick staller on radio where the single has almost completely stopped gaining. Bad single choice? You be the judge. There is the possibility of a second wind once the video is released.
- This week continues to prove that teens are a key demographic when it comes to digital downloading as Taylor Swift and Justin Bieber continue to have song after song hit the digital chart.
- Leona Lewis makes a sudden jump into the top 50 with her latest single, "Happy." A great surprise after seeing it's poor run digitally in the first few weeks as well as its run on radio.
- Owl City continues his reign at number one with hit smash hit, "Fireflies."
- Miley Cyrus continues to smash digital sales with super longevity with her smash hit, "Party in the U.S.A.." Miley's most sold digital track is "The Climb," but that could easily change soon as "Party in the U.S.A." jumped over See You Again" to become her second most sold digital track.
- Train's latest single, "Hey, Soul Sister" continues to show strength as it still neglects to die after getting huge promo from being used repeatedly in the Friday night CBS paranormal drama, Medium, a few weeks ago. The song has also moved up well in hot adult contemporary radio charts.

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