"Oh Love," the latest smash from Green Day, lodged seven weeks at No. 1, but on this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, it plummets four spots to No. 11. That means we have to make room for a new entry in the Top 10 while we prepare for another showdown between two folk-rock hits that are battling it out for No. 1...
"Burn It Down" -- the first single from Linkin Park's latest album, Living Things -- spent 11 weeks at No. 1 on our countdown before finally exiting the Top 10 last week. But fear not, LP fans: The band's follow-up track, "Lost in the Echo," makes its chart debut this week, landing at No. 10.
For three weeks in a row, "Little Talks" was trapped at No. 10, but this week Of Monsters and Men gain a little ground, moving up a spot to No. 9. The Icelandic band first hit the Top 10 back in May, making "Little Talks" the oldest song on our countdown.
fun. could be about ready to exit the Top 10. "Some Nights" peaked at No. 3 for two weeks, but now it's slip-sliddin' away, down two more notches this week to No. 8. But the news isn't all sad for the New York trio: "Some Nights" was recently certified platinum, and Some Nights has just gone gold.
"Too Close" is featured over the end credits of Taken 2, and on our countdown Alex Clare hangs out at No. 5 for a second straight week.
Imagine Dragons hang tough at No. 4 for a second week in a row with "It's Time." The song was recorded about two years ago and has appeared on a couple of the band's EPs before showing up on their first full-length effort, Night Visions, which hit stores on September 4.
Sigh No More, the debut album from Mumford & Sons, launched two singles into the Top 10 -- "The Cave" and "Little Lion Man" -- but neither of them went to the top of the Rock Songs chart. With their new album, Babel, they've finally snagged their first No. 1. "I Will Wait" bounds up a spot to be our new king of the countdown.