The airplay charts in Israel are starting to refresh themselves with some new hot tunes. In the international music airplay there may not be change at the top (‘Maroon 5’ holds the top spot for the 5th week running). But pay attention to Coldplay, and their first single from their ‘Mylo Xyloto’ album (which is also out in America this week). You can see them performing this song on David Letterman, below.
In the Hebrew songs airplay chart there are also no changes at the top. Yossi Azulay still holds the biggest hit in Israel, but there are two new entries this week, the romantic Mediterranean vocalist Regev Hod sings about the woman of his life (‘Eshet Chayil’) and the critically acclaimed indie artist Natan Goshen released a new song after the High Holidays, which make a nice entry at number 5.
In the blockbuster chart in Israel, the movie ‘The Debt,’ which is an Israeli movie that received an American adaptation (starring ‘Avatar’s Sam Worthington, picture above), expectedly makes a high new entry at #2, but doesn’t exceed the British comedy ‘Johnny English Reborn’ which remains at #1 and grosses another $200K+.
Music: Airplay Chart – International
1. Maroon 5 Feat. Christina Aguilera – Moves Like Jagger
2. The Wanted – Glad You Came
3. Adele – Set Fire to the Rain
4. Coldplay – Paradise
5. LMFAO – Sexy and I Know It
Music: Airplay Chart – Domestic (Israeli)
1. Yossi Azulay – Bizchutech (‘Thanks to You’)
2. Idan Amedi – Elayich (‘To You’)
3. Regev Hod – Eshet Chayil (‘Wonder Woman’)
4. Harel Skaat – Hameah Ha-21 (‘21st Century)
5. Natan Goshen – Gvulot Higayion (‘Logic Boundaries’)
Movies: Box Office Chart
1. Johnny English ReBorn ($214,436)
2. The Debt ($88,332)
3. The Change Up ($84,328)
4. Real Steel ($64,458)
5. What’s Your Number? ($51,974)
(Music Charts provided by Media Forest, Box Office chart is powered by Box Office Mojo)