This week's Billboard Rock Songs chart
has one new entry in the Top 10, which means it's time to say farewell to Blink-182
and their comeback single "Up All Night." In their place is a veteran alt-metal
band looking to pick up where they left off in 2009.
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got as high as No. 8 with "Make It Stop (September's Children)," but there's a chance the Endgame
track may be nearing the end of its run on our countdown already. This week, "Make It Stop" falls two places to No. 10.
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will be releasing their first album since 2009's Sci-Fi Crimes
with December's Hats Off to the Bull
. On this week's countdown, the album's first single, "Face to the Floor," is our sole debut, jumping in to the No. 9 spot. If you've been a fan of the band's earlier tense guitar rock songs, you'll dig this new track.
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"Bottoms Up" continues its slow progress up the chart. This week, the Nickelback
single moves up one more spot to No. 8. The band's new disc, Here and Now
, drops November 21.
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"Paradise," the second single from Coldplay
's new album, Mylo Xyloto
, stays stuck at No. 7 for a second week in a row. This is easily one of the best tracks on what is otherwise a pretty hit-or-miss record. The British quartet will be playing Europe through the rest of the year.
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For a second week in a row, "Not Again" sits at No. 6. Staind
's most recent record, simply called Staind
, peaked at No. 5 on the Billboard
album chart, the band's worst showing in 12 years.
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The most recent single off Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
, "Tonight," stays at No. 5 for a second consecutive week. Seether got as high as No. 2 with "Country Song," but they've got some work to do if they want to match that feat with their latest hit.
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Foster the People snagged the top spot on the Alternative Songs chart with "Pumped Up Kicks," but on our countdown it only got as high as No. 3. This week, the smash single sits at No. 4 for a third consecutive week.
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Red Hot Chili Peppers
aren't as red hot as they once were. After five weeks at No. 2 -- and eight weeks at No. 1 -- "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie" moves down one spot to No. 3. The I'm With You
cut managed to be the only non-Foo Fighters tune to claim the top spot since March.
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"The Sound of Winter" is currently No. 1 on the Alternative Songs chart, and it's almost at the summit of our chart as well. After two weeks at No. 3, Bush
move up one place.
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"Walk" is once again our chart champion. For a sixth straight week -- and a seventh week overall -- the Foo Fighters
anthem is No. 1. To recap, the Foo have had the No. 1 track on our countdown 27 out of the last 35 weeks. Ironically, the one band that might be able to knock them off their perch is a group that's been around even longer than they are.