Monday Morning Mediabase Update – 05/26/08

A snapshot of Idols singles radio play culled from Mediabase charts as of this morning. Find out where your favorite Idol stands on the radio after the jump.

Ace Young:
“Addicted”: 75 Pop (73)
“Hard Hand to Hold”: ^370 HAC (-)

Blake Lewis:
“Break Anotha”: ^151 Pop (358)

Bucky Covington:
“I’ll Walk”: ^47 Country (48)
“The bible and the Belt”: ^98 Country (-)

Carrie Underwood
“All-American Girl”: ^78 HAC (75)
“Ever Ever After”: 419 Country (436)
“Flat on the Floor”: 387 Country (186)
“How Great Thou Art”: ^84 CAC (110)
“I Know You Won’t”: 420 Country (416)
“I’ll Stand By You”: ^93 AC (99)
“Last Name”: ^6 Country (6), ^140 Pop (440), ^179 HAC (-), ^316 AC (-)
“Make the World Go Away” with Brad Paisley: ^85 Country (-)
“More Boys I Meet”: 103 Country (89)
“Oh Love” Brad Paisley: ^405 Country (-)
“So Small”: ^54 AC (56), 106 HAC (83)
“Star Spangled Banner” : ^136 Country (157)
“Wasted” : 66 AC (60), 280 HAC (147)
“You Won’t Find This”: 278 Country (164)

Chris Daughtry:
“Hemorrhage”: ^401 HAC (-)

Chris Sligh:
“Empty Me”: ^18 CAC (18), 264 HAC (252), 390 AC (313)

Clay Aiken:
“On My Way Here”: ^32 AC (32)

Daughtry:
“Crashed”: 94 HAC (97)
“Feels Like Tonight”: 2 HAC (1), ^11 AC (13), 28 Pop (29), ^77 Alt (81), ^84 AAA (97), 813 Rhy (761)
“Home”: ^154 Alt (228), ^273 Act (-), ^688 Rhy (-), 1204 AAA (370)
“It’s Not Over”: 1186 AAA (526)
“Over You”: ^98 Alt (110), 1165 AAA (472)
“Rocket Man”: 137 HAC (146)
“There and Back Again”: ^1024 Alt (-)
“Used To”: ^105 Pop (106)
“What About Now”: 95 HAC (86), 139 CAC (138), 368 Pop (141)

David Archuleta:
“Don’t Let the Sun Go Down”: ^167 HAC (-), ^338 AC (-), ^372 Pop (-)
“Imagine”: ^169 HAC (-), ^136 AC (155), ^390 Pop (-)
“In This Moment”: ^240 HAC (-), ^542 Pop (-)
“Longer”: ^154 AC (-)
“Love Me Tender”: ^336 AC (-)
“Smokey Mountain Memories”: ^89 Country (85)

David Cook:
“All I Really Need Is”: ^490 Pop (-)
“Always Be My Baby”: ^163 Pop (280), ^167 AC (215)
“Billie Jean”: ^157 HAC (-), ^275 Pop (-), ^315 AC (-)
“Dream Big”: ^239 HAC (-), ^314 AC (-), ^506 Pop (-)
“First Time Ever I Saw Your Face”: ^434 AC (109)
“Hello”: ^326 AC (-), ^351 HAC (-)
“I Don’t Want To Miss a Thing”: ^318 AC (-)
“I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For”: ^168 HAC (-), ^222 AC (-), ^377 Pop (-)
“Music of The Night”: 386 AC (327)
“Sharp Dressed Man”: ^317 HAC (-), ^376 Pop (-)
“The World I KNow”: ^199 Pop (-), ^243 HAC (-), ^324 AC (-)
“Time of My Life”: ^26 AC (-), ^50 HAC (-), ^58 Pop (-), ^165 Act (-), ^300 AAA (-), ^633 Alt (-)

David Hernandez:
“Papa Was a Rolling Stone”: ^352 HAC (-)

Elliott Yamin :
“A Song For You”: 148 AC (114)

Fantasia:
“Two Weeks Notice”: ^263 UAC (401)

George Huff:
“A Brighter Day”: 265 CAC (244), 333 UAC (210), ^786 Rhy (1486)
“You Know Me”: 509 UAC (487), 606 Gospel (270)

Jon Peter Lewis:
“Break the Silence”: ^84 HAC (108)

Jordin Sparks:
“No Air” with Chris Brown: 3 Pop (2), 6 Urban (4), 7 Rhy (5), ^14 HAC (14), ^20 AC (25), ^32 UAC (33)
“One Step At a Time”: ^94 Pop (98), ^342 Rhy (-)
“The Star-Spangled Banner”: ^111 Country (134), ^364 CAC (641), 764 Pop (530)
“Tattoo”: ^7 AC (6), ^660 Urban (-)

Josh Gracin:
“We Weren’t Crazy”: ^19 Country (20)

Katharine McPhee:
“Real Love” featuring Elliott Yamin: ^73 HAC (78), ^142 Pop (130)

Kellie Pickler:
“Don’t You Know You’re…”: ^57 Country (-)

Kimberley Locke:
“Fall”: ^15 AC (15), 174 HAC (166), ^1215 Rhy (-)

Mandisa:
“God Speaking”: 103 Gospel (104), ^243 AC (-)
“Only The World”: ^162 AC (-)
“Voice of a Savior”: ^305 AC (-)

Paula Abdul:
“Dance Like There’s No Tomorrow”: ^145 HAC (223), ^1220 Rhy (-)

Phil Stacey:
“Identity”: ^65 CAC (148)
“If You Didn’t Love Me”: 29 Country (29), ^203 CAC (317)
“Search Me, O God”: ^227 CAC (259)

Ruben Studdard:
“Make Ya Feel Beautiful”: 762 Urban (732)
“Rather Just Not Know”: *1310 Urban (-)

Taylor Hicks:
“Heaven Knows”: 406 AC (401)

Note: Numbers indicate position on the chart while numbers in brackets indicate the position on the chart the previous week. ‘^’ indicates that the song has a bullet in that format.

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