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Is 'Silence' easy? Not amid a kamikaze of love and milkshakes!

Pollstar's Top 15 Tours [PER-SHOW For the week of 3/6/04 AVERAGE GROSS]

1 SIMON & GARFUNKEL $2,549,199 FUN FACT! In the late '50s, the folk duo recorded as Tom & Jerry, which stood for the extremely dull stage names Tom Graph (Garfunkel) and Jerry Landis (Simon). 2 BETTE MIDLER 1,069,961 3 SHANIA TWAIN 964,241 4 AEROSMITH/KISS 927,594 5 GEORGE STRAIT 795,331 6 DAVE MATTHEWS & FRIENDS 747,654 7 DAVID BOWIE 533,308 8 TOBY KEITH 474,019 9 SARAH BRIGHTMAN 410,602 10 LINKIN PARK 380,989 11 MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER 368,678 12 AMY GRANT/VINCE GILL 311,162 13 CHRIS ROCK 241,522 14 BILL GAITHER & FRIENDS 231,290 15 TRANS-SIBERIAN ORCHESTRA 228,145

Top 10 Sessions@AOL For the month of February

1 DAVE MATTHEWS 2 CLAY AIKEN 3 RUBEN STUDDARD 4 JOSH GROBAN 5 KENNY CHESNEY 6 SHERYL CROW 7 50 CENT 8 CHRISTINA AGUILERA 9 KATY ROSE FUN FACT! The SoCal teen pop singer grew up in the actual house where the '60s sitcom Mister Ed was filmed. 10 COLDPLAY

BigChampagne's Top Swaps *Number of people file-sharing this song for the week ending 3/1/04

1 ''HEY YA!'' OutKast 4,103,559* 2 ''THE WAY YOU MOVE'' OutKast feat. Sleepy Brown 3,525,560 3 ''MILKSHAKE'' Kelis 3,214,125 FUN FACT! The dairy-lovin' R&B singer attended NYC's LaGuardia high school for the performing arts -- immortalized in the movie Fame. 4 ''ONE CALL AWAY'' Chingy 2,980,032 5 ''TOXIC'' Britney Spears 2,970,586 6 ''F**K IT (I DON'T WANT YOU BACK)'' Eamon 2,762,766 7 ''STAND UP'' Ludacris 2,522,179 8 ''WITH YOU'' Jessica Simpson 2,470,814 9 ''NUMB'' Linkin Park 2,447,198 10 ''SOMEDAY'' Nickelback 2,232,294

CMJ's Radio Top 10 For the week ending 3/2/04

1 MARGERINE ECLIPSE Stereolab (Elektra) 2 BOWS AND ARROWS The Walkmen (Record Collection) 3 TALKIE WALKIE Air (Astralwerks) 4 WE SHALL ALL BE HEALED The Mountain Goats (4AD/Beggars Group) 5 CELLAR DOOR John Vanderslice (Barsuk) 6 PHANTOM PLANET Phantom Planet (Daylight/Epic) 7 THEY WERE WRONG SO WE DROWNED Liars (Mute) 8 SILENCE IS EASY Starsailor (Capitol) FUN FACT! Famed '60s knob-twiddler Phil Spector produced two cuts on the band's latest -- they escaped unscathed. 9 THE POWER OUT Electrelane (Too Pure) 10 BOY IN DA CORNER Dizzee Rascal (XL/Matador)

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