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The Jonas Brothers just made a little history.

The trio's latest single, "Pushin' Me Away," was (legally) dowloaded 116,000 times for the week ended Sunday, making the group the first act ever to sell more than 100,000 online copies for three straight tracks.

The Jonases previously charted with "Burnin' Up" (183,000 first-week copies) and "Play My Music" (109,000).

Though modest airplay held down "Pushin' Me Away" on the Hot 100 singles chart, the dowload sales alone were enough to land the tune at No. 16. Additionally, the new release, the second single from next month's A Little Big Longer album, debuted at No. 2 on the Hot Digital Songs chart.

The album's lead single, "Burnin' Up," currently sits at No. 4 on the same chart and at No. 11 on the Hot 100. ("Play My Music," which peaked at No. 20 on the Hot 100, was a single from their Camp Rock soundtrack.)

The unstoppable Katy Perry kept "Pushin'" from topping the digital chart. Her "I Kissed a Girl" sold another 151,000 copies—and 1.64 million to date—to extend her Hot 100 streak to five straight weeks on top. Flo Rida is the only artist to spend more time at No. 1 this year with an incredible 10-week run for "Low."

In other chart news, "Good Time" became Alan Jackson's 23rd career No. 1 on the Hot Country Songs chart, while Foo Fighters' "Let It Die" ended Weezer's 11-week Modern Rock reign for "Pork & Beans."

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