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The CineRadio Top 20 has been released for May 2018, highlighting music played on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations and podcasts.

  Title Composer Record Label
1 Timeless OST Robert Duncan Varèse Sarabande
2 Survivor’s Guide To Prison OST Sebastian Robertson Lakeshore Records
3 Little Pink House OST Scott McRae & Ryan Rapsys Lakeshore Records
4 Black Panther OSR Ludwig Göransson Hollywood Records
5 Stella Blómkvist OST Helgi Sæmundur Lakeshore Records
6 Bad Samaritan OST Joseph LoDucca Varèse Sarabande
7 The Titan OST Fil Eisler Lakeshore Records
8 Avengers: Infinity War OST Alan Silvestri Hollywood Records
9 Dead Shack OST Humans Lakeshore Records
10 Shetland OST John Lunn Silva Screen Records
11 Into the Badlands S.1 OST Dave Shephard Varèse Sarabande
12 Star Wars The Last Jedi OST John Williams Walt Disney Records
13 Overboard OSR Lyle Workman Sony Classical
14 Peter Rabbit OSR Dominic Lewis Madison Gate Records
15 Lost In Space OST Christopher Lennertz Lakeshore Records
16 Doctor Who Series 9 OST Murray Gold Silva Screen Records
17 7 Days In Entebbe OST Rodrigo Amarante Lakeshore Records
18 Thor: Ragnarok OST Mark Mothersbaugh Hollywood Records
19 Chappaquiddick OST Garth Stevenson Varèse Sarabande
20 Bushwick OST Aesop Rock Lakeshore Records

CineRadio is produced by The Krakower Group. For more information about CineRadio or The Krakower Group, contact Beth Krakower at beth@krakowergroup.com.

The chart is composed of music played during the month of May 2018 on soundtrack music radio specialty shows, online radio stations, and podcasts. This month's reporters include WPRK, CFMU, KFJC, WFMU, KMFA, KSPC, XRAY, CKWR, KSJS, KDRT, Soundtrax.fm, A Fistful of Soundtracks, The Score, BBC Radio 3 “Sounds of Cinema,” SoundtrackAdventures.blogspot.com, ABC Classic FM Australia, CelluloidTunes.no, Supercalifragilistic/Urgent.fm, and Secklow Sounds..
* denotes new reporters

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I am not sure how to read this... is this saying Timeless was the most played album in May 2018 on all of these internet outlets?

I am not sure how to read this... is this saying Timeless was the most played album in May 2018 on all of these internet outlets?

That's what it looks like to me.

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