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Carrie Underwood, Garth Brooks lead country music charts

Thursday, November 29, 2007 – Carrie Underwood continued atop the Billboard country song chart for the week ending Dec. 8 with "So Small," the first single from her second album.

On the album chart, Garth Brooks was first with "The Ultimate Hits." Brooks also had the second biggest single with former number one "More Than a Memory," up one. Brooks switched spots with "Don't Blink" by Kenny Chesney. George Strait's "How 'Bout them Cowgirls" was up one to fourth. Josh Turner moved up two spots to fifth with "Firecracker."

Chris Cagle broke into the top 25 - at 24th - with "What Kinda Gone." That was the only new song in the top 25.

On the album chart, The Eagles were second with "Long Road Out of Eden" with Carrie Underwood staying fourth with "Carnival Ride." Keith Urban debuted in fourth with his "Greatest Hits." Taylor Swift remained fifth with her self-titled debut.

The biggest mover by far was Tim McGraw's "Greatest Hits Vol 2: Reflected," up from 34th to 11th. Swift debuted in 18th with a holiday collection, "Sounds of the Season: The Taylor Swift Collection."

Faith Hill moved back into the top 25 with "The Hits," at 24th up 5.

On the overall top 200, Brooks was 4th, The Eagles 5th, Underwood 7th, Urban 11th and Swift 14th.


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