On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, we have one new song in our Top 10. However, that band already have another song on our chart -- and it's the one that's been dominating the top spot for months.
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"Riptide" drops one spot to No. 10. The Sick Puppies single has been in our Top 10 for nine weeks now, peaking at No. 6.
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Rise Against tumble two more spots this week. "Help Is on the Way" got as high as No. 2, but the band could never unseat Foo Fighters from the top spot.
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"Lies of the Beautiful People" stays at No. 8 for a second straight week. Sixx:A.M., featuring Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx, just put out their second album, This Is Gonna Hurt.
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Foo Fighters make their first of two appearances on this week's countdown. "Walk," the closing track from Wasting Light, is our sole debut, landing at No. 7.
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If Not Now, When?, the new album from Incubus, hasn't even come out yet, but already its first single has gone up our chart and started its decline. After peaking at No. 3, "Adolescents" drops one spot this week to No. 6.
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"Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" bounces up one place this week. The Coldplay single is going to be on their new album, which still doesn't have a title or release date.
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For a third week in a row, "Pumped Up Kicks" hang out at No. 4. In a recent interview in the Los Angeles Times, Foster the People frontman Mark Foster said that his favorite band of the last 15 years is the Britpop group Blur.
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On the Alternative Songs chart, "You Are a Tourist" sits at No. 1. But on our chart, the Death Cab for Cutie cut hangs tough at No. 3 for a second straight week.
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For a seventh week in a row, Seether's "Country Song" stands at No. 2. The band will be part of the upcoming Rockstar Uproar tour.
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"Rope" has now been No. 1 for an astounding 18 weeks in a row. And although I've mentioned this before, it bears repeating: "Rope" debuted on the chart in the top spot, meaning that it has never been anything other than No. 1 since it first arrived. Impressive.