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That Owl City Song Is No. 1 On The Pop Charts

Owl City’s “Fireflies” moved into the Hot 100 penthouse this week after shifting 196,000 paid downloads last week—it’s currently at No. 5 on the iTunes chart, behind a couple of bonus tracks from Taylor Swift’s re-released Fearless and Lady GaGa’s “Bad Romance.” More on this slightly unexpected triumph of post-Postal Service bedroom pop from Chris Molanphy on Friday, but for now, let’s all wonder if this means that the next Twilight soundtrack will move on from Pitchfork darlings to Jimmy Tamborellos in training. [Billboard / Dailymotion]

 

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