This week's Billboard Rock Songs chart
features one new entry in the Top 10, which means that AWOLNATION drop out of our countdown. In their place is a veteran post-grunge
band I suspect we'll be seeing a lot of on the rock charts in the next few months.
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After debuting on radio about three weeks ago, "Bottoms Up," a hearty salute to getting your drink on, lands at No. 10. Nickelback
's latest disc, Here and Now
will be coming our way November 21.
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After two weeks at No. 8, Rise Against
's "Make It Stop (September's Children)" loses some ground, falling back one spot. The band's most recent album, Endgame
, peaked higher on the Billboard
album chart (No. 2) than any of the punk group's previous efforts.
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Rock fans seem to enjoy spending some time in "Paradise": The Coldplay
track jumps up one spot this week. Mylo Xyloto
will be dropping October 25 and will feature a cameo from pop singer Rihanna
. That's probably the only rock album this year that will.
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have to sit tight at No. 7 for a third straight week. Keep an ear out for "After Midnight," the second single off Neighborhoods
, which is starting to make some noise on the lower reaches of the chart.
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Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray
came out back in May, snagging Seether their best chart performance ever by landing at No. 2. On our chart, the band have to be pretty pleased that both of their singles off the album, "Country Song" and "Tonight," are showing real longevity. For a third week in a row, "Tonight" is at No. 6.
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"Not Again" sits at No. 5 for a fourth straight week. Staind
will be playing a handful of U.S. tour dates starting on October 21 in San Antonio, Texas.
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It had to end at some point. After sitting at No. 3 for 10 straight weeks, Foster the People fall a place to No. 4. The band's follow-up single, "Helena," is now at No. 17 on the Billboard
Rock Songs chart. Might we see it on our countdown soon?
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and Foster the People have switched places: "The Sound of Winter" had been at No. 4 for the last three weeks, but it's now moved up to No. 3. The band are in the midst of a U.S. tour that ends October 29 in Nashville, Tennessee, before resuming in late November.
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For almost three months now, "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie" has resided in one of the top two spots on our countdown. This week, the Red Hot Chili Peppers
single off I'm With You
is at No. 2 for a fourth straight week.
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For a fourth week in a row -- and a fifth time overall -- "Walk" is at No. 1 on the Billboard
Rock Songs chart. Foo Fighters
are in the midst of a North American tour
, but frontman Dave Grohl recently had to do double duty when he took over as the drummer
for the Foos' opening act, Cage the Elephant, after their guy, Jared Champion, had to be rushed to the hospital for a ruptured appendix. (Don't worry, Champion's OK.) That Dave: He'll find any excuse he can to do some extra rocking.