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Week 10: To the Victor Go The Spoils
FML Players duke it out for the big prize
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image of Laura KatzWelcome to week 10 of the Winter FML season!

The race is getting even tighter as we close in on the competition's final weeks, with Stevemoose and Fetzmonger duking it our for the big prize. Only $26,000 stands between the two labels, and anything can happen before the end of the season.

What's at stake? The label that generates the most revenue during the 13 week season wins a fabulous video iPod, with support for up to 15,000 songs and up to 150 hours of video on a 2.5-inch QVGA color display. The lucky winner will also receive a $50 iTunes gift card, and an FML logo'd T-shirt.

Our second place winner will become an instant jet-setter when they get their hands on an the ultra-light iPod shuffle. We've also thrown in a $30 iTunes gift card, and a stylish FML logo'd T for good measure.

Of course the rewards don't stop there. Open league prizes go twenty rankings deep, with third to fifth place winners receiving $30 in iTunes gift cards and FML T's, sixth to tenth place winners take home $15 iTunes gift cards and FML T's, and eleventh through twentieth place winners receive a Family Guy or Napoleon Dynamite RAZZ Headset for Mobile Phones and FML T's.

It only gets better for Our Mini League Winners, who will receive US $100.00 in cash, a 10-CD Hit Pack, and an FML Logo'd t-shirt in each division. And Private League Winners
take in US$75.00 in cash, a10-CD Hit Pack, and, of course, an FML Logo'd t-shirt.

Onto this weeks eTracks charts...

The Shins have hit the top of the Alternative chart with "Phantom Limb" off of the new album, "Wincing The Night Away." Fall Out Boy climbed three spots to reach #2 with their hit, "This Ain't A Scene, It's An Arms Race,"
bumping The Killers down to #3. Red Hot Chili Peppers are holding steady from last week at #4, and Muse rose up a notch to slip in to the top five with their new hit, "Starlight."

Justin Timberlake is still the holding strong in CHR at #1, with newcomer Daughtry taking over second place after bumping Beyonce Knowles out of her spot. The "Irreplaceable" star is now at #3, with Nelly Furtado coming in just behind her at #4. Fall Out Boy is kicking some major eTrack butt with a whopping 14 spot jump to #5, and a 155% increase in revenue this week.

Our Country charts have been very quiet over the last several weeks, but that's all about to change, thanks to Carrie Underwood, Brooks & Dunn, and Kenny Chesney. Carrie Underwood jumped up 8 spots to hit #3, and Brooks & Dunn and Kenny Chesney both go a 13 spot boost on this week's Country charts.

The Fray leads the way on Hot AC with "How To Save A Life," with Justin Timberlake and Nickelback each climbing up a notch to hit #2 and #3, respectively.

John Mayer comes in at #4 this week with "Waiting On The world To Change," and Red Hot Chili Peppers takes over the #5 spot with "Snow." Fall Out Boy has blown up on this week's eTracks: the band came up 14 spots on yet another chart, and appears on Hot AC at #6.

Hot AC also welcomes debut artist Regina Spektor, who came in at #20 this week with "Fidelity" off of the album "Begin to Hope."

Our Urban charts have been relatively steady this week, with Justin Timberlake, Beyonce Knowles and Akon keeping it up as our top 3 artists. Unk comes in at #3 with "Walk It Out," and Chris "Ludacris" Bridges, hits #5 with his hit "Runaway Love."

Don't forget to register for the Spring 2007 season!

See you week 11!