History Trivia / CarrieUnderwood

31st Jan '17 9:27:50 AM Twentington
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* ExecutiveMeddling: Many fans lament the fact that Underwood's label seems to concern itself exclusively with the ''Mediabase'' charts while ignoring the ''Billboard'' charts, resulting in many of her songs hitting #1 on ''Mediabase'' but barely missing on ''Billboard''. Granted, she's far from the only artist that this has happened to, but she seems to be impacted by it the most frequently by far.
28th Sep '16 10:26:43 PM Twentington
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* BlackSheepHit: Inverted. "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "Some Hearts", the follow-ups to "Jesus, Take the Wheel" (the former was released to country, the latter to AC) are among her least-remembered songs perhaps due to their getting lost in the shuffle between the monstrous "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and even bigger "Before He Cheats". In fact, "Don't Forget to Remember Me" was hobbled by the fact that some stations had started spinning "Before He Cheats" a good ''20'' weeks before it was confirmed as a single. "Don't Forget" and "Some Hearts" are her only singles that have not gone gold or higher.
** While some of her songs have gotten to #1 on the ''Mediabase 24/7'' country charts without also topping either of the ''Billboard'' country singles charts[[note]]until late 2012, the country charts tracked only airplay; they have been split into an airplay-only chart and one which factors in downloads, streaming, and all-genre airplay, akin to the Hot 100[[/note]], "Mama's Song" remains to date her only single not to top any of them.
28th Sep '16 10:24:52 PM Twentington
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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[note]]There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard. With the introduction of a second Billboard country chart in 2012, things have gotten more complex, but the short version is that "Mama's Song" is her first official country release not to hit #1 on ''any'' country chart, which did not happen again until "Something in the Water" in 2015.[[/note]]

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** While some of her songs have gotten to #1 on the ''Mediabase 24/7'' country charts without also topping either of the ''Billboard'' country singles charts[[note]]until late 2012, the country charts tracked only airplay; they have been split into an airplay-only chart and one which factors in downloads, streaming, and all-genre airplay, akin to the Hot 100[[/note]], "Mama's Song" seems remains to be the same way, as it broke date her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[note]]There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard. With the introduction of a second Billboard country chart in 2012, things have gotten more complex, but the short version is that "Mama's Song" is her first official country release single not to hit #1 on ''any'' country chart, which did not happen again until "Something in the Water" in 2015.[[/note]]top any of them.
21st Apr '16 6:13:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Music/SamHunt sings backing vocals on "Heartbeat".
25th Dec '15 8:13:48 AM Twentington
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Music/SamHunt sings backing vocals on "Heartbeat".
11th Oct '15 11:05:38 AM Twentington
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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[note]]There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard. With the introduction of a second Billboard country chart in 2012, things have gotten more complex, but the short version is that "Mama's Song" is her only official country release not to hit #1 on ''any'' country chart.[[/note]]

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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[note]]There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard. With the introduction of a second Billboard country chart in 2012, things have gotten more complex, but the short version is that "Mama's Song" is her only first official country release not to hit #1 on ''any'' country chart.chart, which did not happen again until "Something in the Water" in 2015.[[/note]]
17th Sep '13 10:27:56 AM Twentington
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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[note]]There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard.[[/note]]

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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[note]]There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard. With the introduction of a second Billboard country chart in 2012, things have gotten more complex, but the short version is that "Mama's Song" is her only official country release not to hit #1 on ''any'' country chart.[[/note]]
29th Jul '13 6:51:42 PM Willbyr
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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[hottip:*:(There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard.)]]
* DawsonCasting: Since the girl in "Blown Away" can't seem to escape her abusive father, it implies that she's still in high school and under his care. Carrie was 29 when she made the video, and while she's gorgeous and very youthful looking, it's a stretch to believe her as a teenager.

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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[hottip:*:(There [[note]]There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard.)]]
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* DawsonCasting: Since the girl in "Blown Away" can't seem to escape her abusive father, it implies that she's still in high school and under his care. Carrie was 29 when she made the video, and while she's gorgeous and very youthful looking, it's a stretch to believe her as a teenager.teenager.

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27th Sep '12 8:50:43 AM Twentington
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* BlackSheepHit: Inverted. "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "Some Hearts", the follow-ups to "Jesus, Take the Wheel" (the former was released to country, the latter to AC) are among her least-remembered songs perhaps due to their getting lost in the shuffle between the monstrous "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and even bigger "Before He Cheats". In fact, "Don't Forget to Remember Me" was hobbled by the fact that some stations had started spinning "Before He Cheats" a good ''20'' weeks before it was confirmed as a single. It and "Some Hearts" are her only singles that have not gone gold or higher.

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* BlackSheepHit: Inverted. "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "Some Hearts", the follow-ups to "Jesus, Take the Wheel" (the former was released to country, the latter to AC) are among her least-remembered songs perhaps due to their getting lost in the shuffle between the monstrous "Jesus, Take the Wheel" and even bigger "Before He Cheats". In fact, "Don't Forget to Remember Me" was hobbled by the fact that some stations had started spinning "Before He Cheats" a good ''20'' weeks before it was confirmed as a single. It "Don't Forget" and "Some Hearts" are her only singles that have not gone gold or higher.
26th Sep '12 12:48:18 PM Twentington
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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[hottip:*:(There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard.)]]

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** "Mama's Song" seems to be the same way, as it broke her streak of #1 hits on the Mediabase country singles charts.[[hottip:*:(There are two country charts: one published by Billboard and one by Mediabase. Until "Mama's Song", all of her releases had gone to #1 on Mediabase, but "Don't Forget to Remember Me" and "I Told You So" only got to #2 on Billboard.)]])]]
* DawsonCasting: Since the girl in "Blown Away" can't seem to escape her abusive father, it implies that she's still in high school and under his care. Carrie was 29 when she made the video, and while she's gorgeous and very youthful looking, it's a stretch to believe her as a teenager.
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