This week on the Billboard Rock Songs chart, we say goodbye to Incubus and their hit "Adolescents" from the Top 10. That makes room for one debut, and that song (from a veteran rock unit) doesn't waste any time getting comfortable in the top spot on our chart.
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For a second straight week, "Panic" holds down the No. 10 spot. Sublime With Rome are currently on tour with fellow feel-good rockers 311.
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Motley Crue are currently touring with Poison and the New York Dolls, but Nikki Sixx's other band, Sixx:A.M., watch as their single "Lies of the Beautiful People" drops one place.
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Avenged Sevenfold turn down the volume for "So Far Away," a tribute to The Rev, their longtime drummer who died at the end of 2009. This week, the ballad moves from No. 8 to No. 7.
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"Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" drops one spot this week. Since early July, the Coldplay track has resided at either No. 5 or No. 6 on our countdown.
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The first of two Foo Fighters songs in the Top 10, "Rope" drops three spots this week. If you're going to Lollapalooza, you can catch them during their Sunday night set.
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For a third week in a row, "Pumped Up Kicks" is cooling its heels at No. 4. Foster the People recently nabbed two nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards.
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Seether's "Country Song" stays at No. 3 for a second straight week. The first single from Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray enjoyed a nine-week run at No. 2, but even though it never hit No. 1 it doesn't seem to be in any hurry to exit our chart.
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For the first time since early March, no Foo Fighters song is at No. 1. After rising to the top spot last week, "Walk," the closing track off Wasting Light, falls one spot to No. 2. Nonetheless, "Walk" has the honor of being the song that finally removed the band's "Rope" from its 20-week stay at No. 1.
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Our new No. 1 comes out of nowhere. Last week, "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie" entered the chart at No. 23. This week, it's the king of the countdown. "Rain Dance Maggie" is the first single off Red Hot Chili Peppers' forthcoming album, I'm With You. Clearly, rock fans are glad to have the band back.