There aren't any new entries in the Top 10 of this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart
, but our countdown does feature a little bit of everything. You've gone some indie-pop, you've got some punk, you've got some grunge, you've got some alt-metal
. Oh yeah, and you've also got some Black Keys...
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Florence and the Machine
don't know if they're coming or going. For the last several weeks, their hit "Shake It Out" has bounced back and forth between No. 10 and No. 9. This week, they're back again at No. 10. The band's U.S. tour
kicks off in April.
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"Satellite," Rise Against
's latest single, moves up one spot to No. 9. The group's Endgame
is their first album of their last four that has yet to go gold.
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Don't say goodbye to "Paradise" just yet. After getting as high as No. 3 on our countdown, the Coldplay
track has been slowly moving down the chart, but this week the Mylo Xyloto
single holds steady at No. 8 for a second week in a row.
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Speaking of songs that refuse to drop out of the Top 10, "Walk" stays at No. 7 for a second consecutive week. The Foo Fighters
smash won the band two Grammys
(for Best Rock Performance and Best Rock Song), which was part of a five-trophy night for the guys.
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drop one spot to No. 6 with "The Sound of Winter." With the former No. 1 hit losing altitude, keep an eye out for the next single from The Sea of Memories
, "Baby Come Home." It's a little bit less dynamic than "The Sound of Winter," but it's got that mainstream accessibility that could make it pretty popular.
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It's been four long years since the release of The Sound of Madness
, so you can understand fans' pent-up demand for new material from Shinedown
. Well, there's good news: Amaryllis
arrives next month. On our countdown, the album's first single, "Bully," advances one spot to No. 5.
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It looks like Chevelle
's run near the top of the charts is about to end. After four straight weeks at No. 3, "Face to the Floor" (the lead single from Hats Off to the Bull
, one of last year's best albums
) drops one spot to No. 4.
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"Somebody That I Used to Know" is making a serious push on the charts. On the Alternative Songs countdown, Gotye's breakup song is currently at No. 2. On our chart, it moves up one more spot to No. 3. By the way, I wonder what mystery vocalist
was initially supposed to sing on the track with Gotye.
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Sure, Wasting Light
didn't win the Album of the Year Grammy, but Foo Fighters are probably not too bummed out. The album's latest hit, "These Days," can't get to No. 1, though: For a sixth consecutive week, it's stuck at No. 2.
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Ladies and gentlemen, your winner and still champion is "Lonely Boy." For an impressive 10th week in a row, the Black Keys sit atop the Rock Songs chart. This is now the longest-running No. 1 on our countdown since last year when Foo Fighters' "Rope" dominated the chart for a stunning 20 straight weeks from March until July.