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Thursday, August 17, 2000

Top singles

1. "Incomplete," Sisqo

2. "Bent," Matchbox Twenty

3. "Jumpin, Jumpin," Destiny's Child

4. "It's Gonna Be Me," 'N Sync

5. "Doesn't Really Matter," Janet

6. "Try Again," Aaliyah

7. "Absolutely (Story Of A Girl)," Nine Days

8. "I Wanna Know," Joe

9. "Everything You Want," Vertical Horizon

10. "No More," Ruff Endz

Top albums

1. "Now That's What I Call Music 4," various artists

2. "Oops! ... I Did It Again," Britney Spears

3. "Country Grammar," Nelly

4. "The Marshall Mathers LP," Eminem

5. "No Strings Attached," 'N Sync

6. "Human Clay," Creed

7. "Infest," Papa Roach

8. "The Better Life," 3 Doors Down

9. "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps," soundtrack

10. "Brand New Day," Sting

Top modern rock tracks

1. "Last Resort," Papa Roach

2. "Californication," Red Hot Chili Peppers

3. "Promise," Eve 6

4. "Change (In The House Of Flies)," Deftones

5. "Kryptonite," 3 Doors Down

6. "Right Now," SR-71

7. "Judith," A Perfect Circle

8. "Wonderful," Everclear

9. "Sour Girl," Stone Temple Pilots

10. "Stellar," Incubus

Top country singles

1. "What About Now," Lonestar

2. "I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack (w/Sons of the Desert)

3. "It Must Be Love," Alan Jackson

4. "Prayin' For Daylight," Rascal Flatts

5. "That's The Way," Jo Dee Messina

6. "Flowers On The Wall," Eric Heatherly

7. "I Will ... But," SheDaisy

8. "Your Everything," Keith Urban

9. "You'll Always Be Loved By Me," Brooks & Dunn

10. "It's Always Somethin'," Joe Diffie

Top country albums

1. "Burn," Jo Dee Messina

2. "Fly," Dixie Chicks

3. "Breathe," Faith Hill

4. "One Voice," Billy Gilman

5. "I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack

6. "Coyote Ugly," soundtrack

7. "The Whole Shebang," SheDaisy

8. "People Like Us," Aaron Tippin

9. "Come On Over," Shania Twain

10. "Wide Open Spaces," Dixie Chicks

Top R&B/hip-hop albums

1. "Country Grammar," Nelly

2. "Big Picture," Big L

3. "The Marshall Mathers LP," Eminem

4. "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps," soundtrack

5. "Ryde Or Die Vol. II," various artists

6. "Mirror Mirror," Kelly Price

7. "The Heat," Toni Braxton

8. "Mountain High ... Valley Low," Yolanda Adams

9. "The Notorious KIM," Lil' Kim

10. "When The Smoke Clears Sixty 6, Sixty 1," Three 6 Mafia

Top rap singles

1. "Bounce With Me," Lil Bow Wow

2. "Callin' Me," Lil' Zane

3. "Yeah That's Us," Major Figgas

4. "I Like Dem Girlz," Lil Jon & The East Side Boyz

5. "Cherchez LaGhost," Ghostface Killah

6. "Flowers For The Dead," Cuban Link

7. "Flamboyant," Big L

8. "2 ...," Too Short

9. "Un-Huh," Devyne Stephens "The Entertainer"

10. "How Much You Want Me," Havana

Top contemporary jazz


1. "Shake It Up," Boney James/Rick Braun

2. "Absolute Benson," George Benson

3. "Smooth Grooves -- Essential Collection," various artists

4. "Outbound," Bela Fleck and The Flecktones

5. "Won't You Let Me Love You," Walter Beasley

6. "The Dance," Dave Koz

7. "Classics In The Key Of G," Kenny G

8. "Tomorrow Today," Al Jarreau

9. "Panorama -- The Best Of Craig Chaquico," Craig Chaquico

10. "Between Us," Steve Cole

Top classical albums

1. "Sacred Arias," Andrea Bocelli

2. "Appalachian Journey," Ma/Meyer/O'Connor

3. "Fantasia 2000," Chicago Symphony Orchestra

4. "The Most Relaxing Classical Album in the World ... Ever!," various artists

5. "Classic Williams," John Williams

6. "Libera," Libera

7. "Harmony," various artists

8. "Beethoven's Adagios," various artists

9. "Copland The Populist," San Francisco Symphony

10. "100 Years of Strauss," Andre Rieu