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Top 40 for Sept. 1, 2000

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Playmate of the Year - Zebrahead (2 wks @#1)

Question Everything - 8 Stops 7

Hemorrhage (In My Hands) - Fuel

Teenage Dirtbag - Wheatus (1 wk@ #1)

You're A God - Vertical Horizon

Thief - Our Lady Peace

Breathe - Nickelback

Stupify - Disturbed

Promise - Eve 6 (3 wks @ #1)

Music - Madonna

Too Much Stereo - The Urge

Californication - Red Hot Chili Peppers

Stellar - Incubus

I Will Love Again - Lara Fabian

Deep Inside of You - Third Eye Blind

Wasting Time - Kid Rock

You Spin Me Round (Like a Record) - Dope

Last Goodbye - Kenny Wayne Shepard

Sugarbuzz - Marvelous 3

Riding with the King - B.B. King and Eric Clapton

It's My Life - Bon Jovi (5 wks @ #1)

Closer to Myself - Radford

Taking You Home - Don Henley

Desert Rose - Sting

Wonderful - Everclear

Loser - 3 Doors Down

Pinch Me - Barenaked Ladies

Right Now - SR-71 (1 wk @ #1)

They Stood Up For Love - Live

Hurricane 2000 - Scorpions

It Feels So Good - Sonique

Say it Isn't So - Bon Jovi

Broken Home - Papa Roach

Mope - Bloodhound Gang

Responsibility - MxPx

Better Off Alone - Alice Deejay

Next Year - Foo Fighters

With Arms Wide Open - Creed

Minority - Greenday

You're an Ocean - Fastball

 

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Zebrahead spends 2 weeks at #1, while 8Stops7 is stuck at #2 for a 3rd week.  Nickelback is the biggest mover of the week up.

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