David Banner, Abba Prove To Be Popular Among America’s Dollar-Bill-Equipped Barflies

noah | August 14, 2008 2:00 am

The Internet-equipped jukebox company ecast has released yet another edition of its BarPulse chart, which tracks the most-played new music on the jukeboxes it’s installed in bars around the States. (Caveat: I’m not sure what criteria are used to judge whether a song is “new” or not, given that Sugarland’s “All I Want To Do” was on last month’s chart, too.) Topping the list is David Banner’s Chris Brown-assisted “Get Like Me,” while there are two tracks from the album-chart-topping Mamma Mia! soundtrack. (Do you think that a lot of inebriated people get inspired to be “funny” and play the real versions back-to-back with the ones warbled by Pierce Brosnan and Meryl Streep? Just wondering.) Full list after the jump.

1. David Banner, “Get Like Me” 2. LL Cool J, “Baby” 3. Cast of Mamma Mia!, “Mamma Mia” 4. Cast of Mamma Mia!, “Dancing Queen” 5. Sugarland, “All I Want To Do” 6. Hinder, “Use Me” 7. Nas, “Hero” 8. Keyshia Cole, “Heaven Sent” 9. John Legend featuring Andre 3000, “Green Light” 10. Scars On Broadway, “They Say”

Not a bad list, really, although the placement of Hinder makes me wonder if they really aren’t going to fade into oblivion when their second album comes out. Can’t this nightmare end? For the children?

July Ecast BarPulse Shows Bar Goers Catching Mamma Mia! Fever While Beating the Summer Heat With Rap [PR Newswire via Marketwatch]