We have one debut in the Top 10 of this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart
, and it comes from a band that you know very, very well. So let's say goodbye to Nickelback
, whose "Bottoms Up" tumbles off our countdown, and let's see who claimed the top spot...
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"Not Again" peaked at No. 4 on our countdown back in late September, but now the Staind
single is fighting to stay in the Top 10. For a second straight week, "Not Again" sits at No. 10.
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have already had two singles off Wasting Light
land at No. 1. The album's third single, "These Days," is this week's sole debut, claiming the No. 9 spot. The band recently won the Favorite Alternative Artist award at the American Music Awards.
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Near the end of May, "Pumped Up Kicks" first entered our countdown. The Foster the People single has been in the Top 10 ever since, but "Pumped Up Kicks" may not be with us much longer: For a second week in a row, the single sits at No. 8. In case you're wondering, the band's follow-up, "Helena Beat," doesn't look like it's going to crack the Top 10. It's currently sitting at No. 19, falling from its peak at No. 15.
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The latest alt-metal
stylings from Chevelle
are proving to be a hit with rock fans. The band's "Face to the Floor" moves up a notch to No. 6. Hats Off to the Bull
drops December 6.
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"Tonight" got as high as No. 4, but for a second straight week Seether's latest hit off Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
stays stuck at No. 5. You may remember that their previous single, "Country Song," peaked at No. 2.
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The Black Keys lodged gains in airplay and sales this week for "Lonely Boy," the first single off their forthcoming El Camino
, but that doesn't translate into a major jump up the Rock Songs chart. For a second week in a row, the song sits at No. 4.
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This week on the Alternative Songs chart, Coldplay
's "Paradise" is the new No. 1 track. On our chart, though, the Mylo Xyloto
single stays put at No. 3 for a second consecutive week.
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Foo Fighters make a second appearance on this week's Top 10 with "Walk." The former No. 1 hangs tough at No. 2 for a third straight week. For nearly nine months now, Dave Grohl has had at least one track in our countdown. Seriously, that's unbelievable.
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Unlike a lot of recent No. 1 hits, Bush
's "The Sound of Winter" didn't quickly bound up our chart, instead making gradual progress until it finally claimed the top spot. And now that they're there, Bush are going to savor their chart dominance. For a third straight week, the lead single from The Sea of Memories
sits at No. 1.