On this week's Billboard Rock Songs chart, we say goodbye to Cage the Elephant and their onetime No. 1 hit "Shake Me Down." That makes room for one new track in our Top 10, and it comes from the U.K.
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Despite an increase in sales and radio play this week, "Lies of the Beautiful People" loses ground on our chart. The Sixx: A.M. track about the importance of inner beauty drops one notch to No. 10.
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"Riptide" is in freefall. Two weeks ago, Sick Puppies' latest single off Tri-Polar was at No. 6, but this week "Riptide" drop from No. 8 to No. 9. There's a real chance the Australian trio could be out of the Top 10 soon.
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"Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall" was released at the beginning of this month. This week, the first single off Coldplay's as-yet-untitled new album (their first record in three years) is our sole new entry.
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It's been a heady time for Mumford & Sons. Their debut album, Sigh No More, has gone platinum, they got to perform during the Grammys, and their breakout single, "Little Lion Man," went platinum as well. Their most recent hit, the gold-certified "The Cave," drops two notches.
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"Help Is on the Way" had enjoyed a four-week run at No. 3, but that ends this week. The Rise Against hit tumbles two spots to No. 5.
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Our week's biggest climber is "Pumped Up Kicks," the chart debut of the up-and-coming Los Angeles group Foster the People. They bolt up three spots.
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If Not Now, When?, the new album from Incubus, arrives in stores July 12. But you can enjoy a taste of the record with "Adolescents," the first single. This week, it moves up from No. 4 to No. 3.
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"Country Song" continues to be a favorite on the Rock Songs chart. Unfortunately, the Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray single can't break through and snag the No. 1 spot: For a fifth week in a row, Seether have to settle for No. 2.
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Stop me if you've heard this one: Foo Fighters have the No. 1 Rock Song in the country. "Rope" has been on top now for 16 weeks, going all the way back to March.
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