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This is a list of notable events in music that took place in the year 2006.
Take That (4 out of 5 original members reunited after the group disbanded in 1996)
|1.||High School Musical cast||Soundtrack||8,500,000|
|4.||Red Hot Chili Peppers||Stadium Arcadium||7,900,000|
|5.||Carrie Underwood||Some Hearts||6,900,000|
|6.||Pink||I'm Not Dead||6,500,000|
|10.||Taylor Swift||Taylor Swift||4,500,000|
|January 12||Ridin'||Chamillionaire featuring Krazie Bone|
|January 17||Pump It||The Black Eyed Peas|
|February 13||Far Away||Nickelback|
|February 28||Hips Don't Lie||Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean|
|March 13||Crazy||Gnarls Barkley|
|March 14||World Wide Suicide||Pearl Jam|
|March 18||The Best of Both Worlds||Hannah Montana|
|If We Were a Movie|
|March 21||Do It to It||Cherish featuring Sean Paul of YoungBloodZ|
|April 11||No Hay Igual||Nelly Furtado|
|April 25||Promiscuous||Nelly Furtado featuring Timbaland|
|May 12||Maneater||Nelly Furtado|
|May 29||Mas que Nada||Sérgio Mendes featuring The Black Eyed Peas|
|June 6||Ain't No Other Man||Christina Aguilera|
|Chasing Cars||Snow Patrol|
|June 20||A Little Less Sixteen Candles, a Little More "Touch Me"||Fall Out Boy|
|July 18||SexyBack||Justin Timberlake|
|July 19||I Don't Feel Like Dancin'||Scissor Sisters|
|July 24||Lips of an Angel||Hinder|
|Too Little Too Late||JoJo|
|August 7||Lying Is the Most Fun a Girl Can Have Without Taking Her Clothes Off||Panic! at the Disco|
|August 11||Hurt||Christina Aguilera|
|August 21||We Ride||Rihanna|
|October 24||My Love||Justin Timberlake featuring T.I.|
|October 30||Pick of Destiny||Tenacious D|
|October 31||Say It Right||Nelly Furtado|
|November 13||Break it Off||Rihanna|
|November 17||All Good Things (Come to an End)||Nelly Furtado|
|November 22||The Metal||Tenacious D|
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Billboard Year-End Hot 100 singles of 2006
Australian ARIA Hit Singles – Singles which have ranked within Top 20
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