Alternative Billboard Charts

This is a topic where you can place alternative versions of the Billboard Charts from any date you like. It's simple. All you have to do is to choose songs from the date that should have charted well or does chart but not as high as you want, and showcase it to the world.

It a chance to showcase what the charts could have been like.

You could even go way before 1958.......

EDIT: YOU DON'T HAVE TO INCLUDE THE FULL 100 SONGS. Just as many as you like
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Sorry if this is reviving a dead-and-buried topic, but I couldn't resist.

ATL Top 40 from April 8, 1972:

#1: "Stairway to Heaven" - Led Zeppelin (short version; clocks in at 5:09)
#2: "A Horse with No Name" - America
#3: "Heart of Gold" - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
#4: "Rockin' Robin" - Michael Jackson
#5: "Black Dog" - Led Zeppelin
#6: "Mother and Child Reunion" - Simon & Garfunkel (Paul never goes solo)
#7: "Bang a Gong (Get It On)" - T. Rex
#8: "Roundabout" - Yes
#9: "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" - Roberta Flack
#10: "Betcha By Golly, Wow" - The Stylistics
#11: "In the Rain" - The Dramatics
#12: "Changes" - David Bowie
#13: "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" - Robert John
#14: "Everything I Own" - Bread
#15: "Rock and Roll" - Led Zeppelin
#16: "Doctor My Eyes" - Jackson Browne
#17: "Jungle Fever" - The Chakachas
#18: "Down By the Lazy River" - The Osmonds
#19: "Daydreaming" - Aretha Franklin
#20: "Rock and Roll Lullaby" - B.J. Thomas
#21: "Taurus" - Dennis Coffey & the Detroit Guitar Band
#22: "The Family of Man" - Three Dog Night
#23: "Baby Blue" - Badfinger
#24: "I Gotcha / A Mother's Prayer" - Joe Tex
#25: "Vincent / Castles in the Air" - Don McLean
#26: "The Way of Love" - Cher
#27: "Jump into the Fire" - Harry Nilsson
#28: "Puppy Love" - Donny Osmond
#29: "Look What You've Done for Me" - Al Green
#30: "Life on Mars?" - David Bowie
#31: "Give Ireland Back to the Irish" - Paul McCartney
#32: "Going to California" - Led Zeppelin
#33: "Crazy Mama" - J.J. Cale
#34: "Court of the Crimson King" - King Crimson (re-release, also much shorter)
#35: "Precious and Few" - The Climax
#36: "Footstompin' Music" - Grand Funk Railroad
#37: "Do Your Thing" - Isaac Hayes
#38: "A Cowboy's Work is Never Done" - Cher
#39: "Tiny Dancer" - Elton John & the Yellow Brick Road Band
#40: "Without You" - Harry Nilsson
Great I Hope If We Can Include the Other Charts ITTL, Like The Days of Thunder Thread's Vocal Drill Radio Top 20 Charts so here's Mine from March 18th, 2012

1. "Call Me Maybe" by Carly Rae Jepsen
2. "Sorry For Party Rocking" by LMFAO
3. "Somebody That I Used To Know" by Gotye ft. Kimbra
4. "What Makes You Beautiful" by One Direction
5. "Dynamite" by Pearland Prancers (Lead Vocalist: Kelli Pool)
6. "We Found Life" by Rihanna ft. Calvin Harris
7. "I Like It Like That" by Hot Chelle Rae
8. "Young Wild & Free" by Wiz Khalifa ft. Snoop Dogg & Bruno Mars
9. "Catch Me Ballin" by DL da Arsun ft. KOB
10. "Brighter Than The Sun" by Miss California USA 2012 (Lead Vocalist: Lisa Chan)
11. "It Will Rain" by Bruno Mars
12. "What Can I Say" by Shealeigh
13. "Give Your Heart a Break" by Demi Lovato
14. "Part of Me" by Katy Perry
15. "Lotus Flower Bomb" by Wale ft. Miguel
16. "Ni**as In Paris" by Jay-Z ft. Kanye West
17. "I Fell In Love" by Alameda Hornettes (Lead Vocalists: Juliet Leonard & Holly Staten)
18. "Rack City" by Tyga
19. "When U Think About Me" by Carlsbad Lancerettes (Lead Vocalist: Camille Posard)
20. "Turn Me On" by David Guetta ft. Usher
Billboard Year-End 2013

1.) "Thrift Shop" - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
2.) "Radioactive" - Imagine Dragons
3.) "When I Was Your Man" - Bruno Mars
4.) "Just Give Me A Reason" - Pink ft. Nate Ruess
5.) "Stay" - Rhianna ft. Mikkey Ekko
6.) "Artpop" - Lady Gaga
7.) "Alive" - Krewela
8.) "Little Talks" - Of Monster and Men
9.) "Sweet Nothing" - Calvin Harris ft. Florence Welch
10.) "Sail" - AWOLNATION

I'll laugh when none of these are on it!
Good Work eaglesfan101, Here's Another Alternate Vocal Drill Radio Top 20 Chart from April 15, 2001 (via Days of Thunder: The Alternate NASCAR Thread).

1. "Get Over Yourself" by Eden's Crush
2. "Survivor" by Destiny's Child
3. "Angel" by Shaggy ft. Rayvon
4. "Don't Let Me Bet The Last To Know" by Britney Spears
5. "Butterfly" by Crazy Town
6. "So Fresh, So Clean" by Outkast
7. "Some Days You Gotta Dance" by El Rancho Song & Dance Vocal Drill Team (orig. Dixie Chicks)
8. "Ride With Me" by Nelly
9. "This is Me" by Dream"
10. "What Would You Do?" by City High
11. "All For You" by Janet Jackson
12. "Free" by Mya
13. "Rock With You" by Carlsbad Lancerettes (Lead Vocalist: Laura Nares) (orig. by Michael Jackson)
14. "Puppy Love" by Lil' Bow Wow
15. "Don't Talk" by Jon B.
16. "Play" by Jennifer Lopez
17. "Come on Over" by CSU Long Beach Drill Team (Lead Vocalist: Missy Pendegrass) (orig. by Christina Aguilera)
18. "Take It to Da House" by Trick Daddy
19. "Just Another Girl" by Monica
20. "One More Time" by Daft Punk
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To continue my little Zeppelin-wank, here's the week in which "Stairway" was finally bumped from the top of the charts:

ATL Top 40 from June 3, 1972:

#1: "The Candy Man" - Sammy Davis Jr.
#2: "Stairway to Heaven (short version)" - Led Zeppelin
#3: "Tumbling Dice" - The Rolling Stones
#4: "Oh Girl" - The Chi-Lites
#5: "Morning Has Broken" - Cat Stevens
#6: "I Saw the Light" - Todd Rundgren
#7: "I'll Take You There" - The Staple Singers
#8: "Hot Rod Lincoln" - Commander Cody & His Lost Planet Airmen
#9: "Sylvia's Mother" - Dr. Hook
#10: "Outa-Space" - Billy Preston
#11: "(Last Night) I Didn't Get to Sleep at All" - The 5th Dimension
#12: "Look What You've Done for Me" - Al Green
#13: "Someday Never Comes" - Creedence Clearwater Revival
#14: "Little Bitty Pretty One" - The Jackson 5
#15: "Nice to Be With You" - Gallery
#16: "Troglodyte (Caveman)" - The Jimmy Castor Bunch
#17: "Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard" - Simon & Garfunkel
#18: "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" - Roberta Flack
#19: "Song Sung Blue" - Neil Diamond
#20: "Betcha By Golly, Wow" - The Stylistics
#21: "Old Man" - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
#22: "Melissa" - The Allman Brothers Band
#23: "Lean on Me" - Bill Withers
#24: "Layla" - Derek & the Dominoes
#25: "I Need You" - America
#26: "Amazing Grace" - The Royal Scots Dragoon Guard Band
#27: "Rocket Man" - Elton John & the Yellow Brick Road Band
#28: "Isn't Life Strange" - The Moody Blues
#29: "Slippin' Into Darkness" - War
#30: "Immigration Man" - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
#31: "Walkin' in the Rain With the One I Love" - Barry White's Love Unlimited Orchestra
#32: "It's Going to Take Some Time" - The Carpenters
#33: "Highway Star" - Deep Purple
#34: "Sentimental Lady" - Fleetwood Mac
#35: "Doctor My Eyes" - Jackson Browne
#36: "Diary" - Bread
#37: "Thick as a Brick (short version)" - Jethro Tull
#38: "Francine" - ZZ Top
#39: "Back Off Boogaloo" - Ringo Starr
#40: "Going to California" - Led Zeppelin
Great Work The Walkman, I Hope You Can See More Music Charts in the ATL, Including the "Cause I Serenade My Song" Thread in which I Do for Vocal Drill Radio Like this one from July 24, 1993 when APEX Kai (OTL Kai) started "The Race" to #1.

1. "Weak" by SWV
2. "Show Me Love" by Robin S.
3. "Can't Help Falling In Love" by UB40
4. "If I Had No Loot" by Tony Toni Tone
5. "Take Me In Your Arms" by Pinole Valley Spartanettes (Jocelyn Enriquez was the Lead Vocalist that year) (orig. by Lil' Suzy)
6. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" by Expose
7. "Regret" by New Order
8. "Hold On" by Keller Indianettes (orig. by Wilson Phillips)
9. "That's The Way Love Goes" by Janet Jackson
10. "More and More" by Captain Hollywood Project
11. "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)" by Proclaimers
12. "Baby I'm Yours" by Shai
13. "Breakout" by Carlsbad Lancerettes (orig. by Swing Out Sister)
14. "Fields of Gold" by Sting
15. "Time After Time" by Beverly Hills Sunburst (orig. by Cyndi Lauper)
16. "One Last Cry" by Brian McKnight
17. "Get It Up" by TLC
18. "Get On Your Feet" by Miss Universe 1993 Girls ft. Michelle McLean (orig. by Gloria Estefan)
19. "Knockin Da Boots" by H-Town
20. "One Woman" by Jade
21. "By The Time This Night Is Over" by Kenny G. & Peabo Bryson
22. "Ooh Child" by Dino
23. "Whoomp There It Is" by Tag Team
24. "I'll Never Get Over You" by Expose
25. "Dre Day" by Dr. Dre
26. "Rain" by Madonna
27. "Hip Hop Hooray" by Naughty by Nature
28. "Girl You For Me" by Silk
29. "Lately" by Jodeci
30. "Island Fever" by Shannean McKean & Nora Abille
31. "Love Is" by Vanessa Williams & Brian McKnight
32. "Wanna Girl" by Jeremy Jordan
33. "Will You Be There" by Michael Jackson
34. "Love No Limit" by Mary J. Blige
35. "Step It Up" by Stereo MC's
36. "Slam" by Onyx
37. "Do Da What" by 1 of the Girls
38. "The Ways of the Wind" by PM Dawn
39. "The Race" by APEX Kai
40. "Bad Boys" by Inner Circle (Theme Song from the FOX TV Series "Cops")