Hope you liked last week's Top 10 Rock Songs. This week's Billboard chart contains the exact same 10 tunes, although their order has shifted slightly. But only slightly: No song moves up or down our chart more than a single spot.
"Howlin' for You" got as high as No. 5 on our chart before exiting the Top 10 over a month ago. But now the Black Keys single has found a second wind, jumping up to No. 9 last week. This week, they fall back to No. 10.
Sixx:A.M. enjoyed strong sales and airplay gains this week for "Lies of the Beautiful People," but unfortunately it doesn't translate into a huge chart jump. For the second straight week, Nikki Sixx's band are at No. 7.
The new L.A. band Foster the People got as high as No. 3 last week, but this week they slide one spot. Don't feel too bad for "Pumped Up Kicks," though: It remains No. 1 on the Alternative Songs chart.
For nine weeks now, Seether have hung out at No. 2 with "Country Song." The South African group may still be holding out hope that maybe, just maybe, they could still hit No. 1.
Wasting Light has very much proved to be a triumphant comeback for Foo Fighters. The single "Walk" is zooming up our chart, and as for "Rope," well, it's now at No. 1 for a 20th week in a row. If all that wasn't enough, Wasting Light is also the first from the band to go to No. 1. 2011 has definitely been a happy Foo year.