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This week in music: 2009

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Let's put a couple of quarters in our jukebox of memories and see what people were listening and dancing to six years ago.

These were the song topping Billboard's Hot 100 this week in 2009.

At number five, "Run This Town" by the super team-up of Jay-Z  Rihanna & Kanye West .

In the number four spot was Taylor Swift with "You Belong with Me." At the time the song was number one on the Country charts.

Jay Sean and Lil Wayne were at number 3 with "Down."

At number two was Miley Cyrus with "Party in the USA" which completed her transition from Hanna Montana to pop superstar.

And in the top spot the Black Eyed Peas with one of the biggest selling songs of all time. At last check, "I Got Feeling" had digital sales of over 8 million copies.

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