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I removed two external Web links that were provided to this article – one for Roughstock and another for RadioWave. This article is about the Billboard magazine chart and only that chart, not about competing charts. In its place went a link to the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Instead, I suggest creating separate articles for the RadioWave and Roughstock charts (if someone hasn't already and feels they justify articles), and then one separate disambig page for all the country charts, radio programs, etc. [[Briguy52748 13:10, 20 July 2006 (UTC)]]
Are you sure that downloads aren't counted towards the Country charts? I can think of several download-only singles that have charted: Little Big Town's "Go Tell It on the Mountain"; Tim McGraw's "Things Change"; a couple Josh Gracin christmas songs from 2005... TenPoundHammer 18:53, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
Downloads count towards the Hot 100, but as far as I know, Hot Country Songs is airplay-only. - eo 18:13, 25 April 2007 (UTC)