On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart
, Foster the People finally fall out of the Top 10: "Pumped Up Kicks" had been on our countdown since May. As for the rest of the Top 10, there's not a lot of movement either up or down, which is a very good thing for our No. 1 song that is enjoying its fourth consecutive week on top.
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This week's new entry is actually an old entry. After tumbling out of the Top 10, Nickelback
are back at No. 10 with "Bottoms Up," the first single from Here and Now
. "Bottoms Up" previously only got as high as No. 8. Any chance they can top that this time around?
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The reign of "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie" in the Top 10 may be coming to an end. The Red Hot Chili Peppers
single first launched onto the chart in late July
, but this week the song falls two more spots to land at No. 9. I'm With You
's second single, "Monarchy of Roses," is threatening to crack the Top 10 soon, currently sitting at No. 15.
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's "Not Again" seemed finished. After peaking at No. 4 a while ago, the single had been languishing at No. 10 for the last two weeks. But Staind aren't dead after all: This week, "Not Again" vaults up two spots.
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The other song on our countdown to leap up two spots is "These Days," the latest hit from Foo Fighters
. Now at No. 7, the Wasting Light
single has only been in the Top 10 for two weeks.
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stay put at No. 6 for a second consecutive week. The band recorded their new album, Hats Off to the Bull
, with Queens of the Stone Age
producer Joe Barresi.
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A Seether song might someday hit No. 1 on the Rock Songs chart, but it won't be "Tonight." The second hit off Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
stays stuck at No. 5 for a second straight week after peaking at No. 4. Both of the album's singles have shown longevity on the countdown, but they've been unable to make it to the mountaintop.
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"Paradise" had been at No. 3 for two weeks, but this week the Mylo Xyloto
smash falls back one spot.
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It seems almost a given that "Lonely Boy" is going to hit No. 1. The Black Keys cut has been rocketing up our chart, their new album (El Camino
) is about ready to come out, and their previous single, "Tighten Up," went to No. 1. Plus, the band just played Saturday Night Live
, so their visibility is pretty darn high at the moment. On our chart, "Lonely Boy" moves up one spot after being at No. 4 for two weeks.
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Foo Fighters made an impressive showing this week during the Grammy nominations
, including being in the running for Album of the Year. Their song "Walk" snagged two nods, and in our countdown the track stays at No. 2 for a fourth week in a row.
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are enjoying the view from the top. For a fourth consecutive week, "The Sound of Winter" is king of the Rock Songs chart. As an added bonus, they're also No. 1 on the Alternative Songs chart.