On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, Mumford and Sons' "The Cave" finally falls out of the Top 10. As a result, our latest list is sorely lacking some folk-rock, but don't worry: We've got plenty of other styles on display in these 10 tracks.
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This week's sole new entry comes from Sublime With Rome, the 1990s ska-rock band who have reunited with new lead singer Rome Ramirez. "Panic" is off the band's forthcoming debut, Yours Truly.
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After peaking at No. 6, Sick Puppies seem to be nearly out of gas. "Riptide" languishes at No. 9 for a second week in a row.
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The first single off Sixx: A.M.'s new album, This Is Gonna Hurt, has been bouncing back and forth between No. 10 and No. 9. This week, "Lies of the Beautiful People" jumps two spots to No. 8, which is the highest the song has ever placed on our chart.
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The sky is falling for Rise Against. Their single "Help Is on the Way" continues its tumble down the chart, dropping two more spots this week.
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Coldplay are quickly moving up the chart. After debuting last week in the Top 10, "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" climbs two spots to No. 6.
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It sure looked like Incubus were going to make a play for the top spot, but this week "Adolescents" loses steam. The first cut off If Not Now, When? drops from No. 3 to No. 5.
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"Pumped Up Kicks" can't gain any ground this week. The Foster the People cut stays at No. 4 for a second week in a row. (On the Alternative Songs chart, however, the track hits No. 1 this week.)
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This week's highest climber is "You Are a Tourist." The Death Cab for Cutie hit jumps up three spots, but is there any chance they can break into the Top Two?
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For a 17th week in a row, Foo Fighters are at No. 1 with "Rope." Thanks in part to the single's success, Wasting Light has already been certified gold. Is the song of the spring going to be the song of the summer as well?
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