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Foster The People’s “Doing It For The Money” Repeats As Alt Radio’s Most Added Song

“Doing It For The Money” again earns the most added honor at alternative radio.

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For the second straight week, Foster The People’s “Doing It For The Money” earns the top spot on the alternative radio add board.

The single won support from another 23 Mediabase-monitored alternative stations this week. The count more than doubles that of the week’s second-most added song.

Phoenix’s “J-Boy,” which takes second place on the add board, landed at another 11 stations.

Picked up by 9 new stations, Paramore’s “Hard Times” ranks as third-most added, while Rise Against’s “The Violence” takes fourth with 7 adds.

Each added by 5 stations, Catfish And The Bottlemen’s “Twice” and Spoon’s “Hot Thoughts” tie for fifth.

Billy Raffoul’s “Driver,” Bleeker’s “Where’s Your Money,” Fall Out Boy’s “Young And Menace,” and Highly Suspect’s “Little One” follow in a tie for seventh; each won support from 4 stations.

Written by Brian Cantor

Brian Cantor is the editor-in-chief for Headline Planet. He has been a leading reporter in the music, movie, television and sporting spaces since 2002.

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