On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart
, we have one debut in the Top 10, which means that we have to say farewell to Rise Against and "Make It Stop" (September's Children)." That's not the only excitement, though: We have a brand new No. 1 from a band who just put out their first album in 10 years.
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"Bottoms Up" is heading down our chart. After peaking at No. 8, the Nickelback
single off their forthcoming Here and Now
drops another spot to No. 10. The Canadian group will be performing during halftime of the Detroit Lions' Thanksgiving Day game, a decision that didn't please
some Detroit residents.
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's latest single, "Not Again," falls two more spots to No. 9 this week. Their latest album, simply called Staind
, came out in September and finds the group trying to get back in touch with their hard rock side. "Not Again" represents that sonically more aggressive approach and got as high as No. 4 on our countdown.
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"Face to the Floor" is trademark Chevelle
with its industrial-edged guitars and clenched-teeth vocals from frontman Pete Loeffler. The lead single off Hats Off to the Bull
holds steady at No. 8 for week No. 2.
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The Black Keys will be returning with their new album, El Camino
, on December 6. In the meantime, the blues-rock duo have unveiled the first single, "Lonely Boy," which this week is our sole debut, landing at No. 7.
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Foster the People's debut album, Torches
, has been certified gold and its breakthrough single, "Pumped Up Kicks," is now double-platinum. But on the Rock Songs chart, "Pumped Up Kicks" falls two places to No. 6 after peaking at No. 3. The band's follow-up single, "Helena Beat," currently sits at No. 15 and is looking to crack the Top 10.
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performed on Saturday Night Love
on November 12, and their single "Paradise" rises one spot to No. 5 this week. That matches how high the band's first single off Mylo Xyloto
, "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall," got on our countdown.
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After three straight weeks at No. 5, "Tonight" moves up a spot to No. 4. Seether's last single off Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
, "Country Song," managed to get to No. 2, but does "Tonight" have the juice to get that far?
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"The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie" no longer rules our chart -- it was No. 1 for eight weeks
-- but Red Hot Chili Peppers
aren't ready to leave the upper echelon of our countdown. For a fourth week in a row, the I'm With You
cut chills at No. 3.
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In 2011, it's always big news when a Foo Fighters
track isn't No. 1 on our weekly countdown. "Rope" was in the top spot for 20 weeks
, and "Walk" was No. 1 for eight weeks. This week, though, "Walk" drops a spot to No. 2.
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"The Sound of Winter," the comeback single from the reunited Bush
, entered our countdown in September. A little more than two months later, Gavin Rossdale and company are No. 1 on the Billboard
Rock Songs chart. It's a pretty impressive achievement that I don't think most people (myself included) could have possibly predicted.