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Tuesday Top 30: April 23, 2024

Listen every Tuesday evening from 6-9pm with Khoi. He'll count down the best rock on the radio, and throw-in some flashbacks from over the years of songs that topped the WERG charts.



LW       TW

1          1          Pearl Jam/Dark Matter (Dark Matter; Monkeywrench)

3          2          Mumford & Sons and Pharrell/Good People (Island)

6          3          Kings of Leon/Mustang (Can We Please Have Fun; Capitol)

5          4          Twenty-One Pilots/Overcompensate (Clancy; Atlantic Records)

4          5          Fall-Out Boy/So Much for Stardust (So Much for Stardust; Fueled by Ramen)

2          6          Linkin Park/Friendly Fire (Papercuts: The Singles Collection 2000-2023; Warner)

9          7          Nation of Language/Weak in Your Light (Strange Disciple; PIAS)

11        8          Bleachers/Tiny Moves (Bleachers; Dirty Moves)

14        9          DJO/End of Beginning (Decide; AWAL Recordings)

12        10        Blame My Youth/The Break (Big Loud)

15        11        Royal Otis/Murder on the Dance Floor (Ourness)

--          12        Imagine Dragons/Eyes Closed (Interscope)

16        13        The Decemberists/Burial Ground (Capitol)

--          14        Glass Animals/Creatures in Heaven (Republic)

8          15        Slater-Kinney/Hunt You Down (Little Rope; Kill Rock Stars Records)

18        16        Girl in Red/Too Much (I’m Doing It Again, Baby!; Columbia)

21        17        Ramona Flowers/Up All Night (Gotta Get Home; Distiller Records)

--          18        Hozier/Too Sweet (Wasteland, Baby!; Columbia)

22        19        Lenny Kravitz/Human (Blue Electric Light; BMG)

13        20        Vampire Weekend/Capricorn (Only God Was Above Us; Columbia Records)

7          21        Green Day/Dilemma (Saviors; Reprise)

25        22        The Last Dinner Party/Sinner (Prelude to Ecstasy; Island Records)

26        23        Rainbow Kitten Surprise/Superstar (Love Hate Music Box; Elektra Records)

24        24        Judah and the Lion/Long Dark Night (Cletus the Van)

23        25        Alice Merton/Run Away Girl (Paper Plane Records)

27        26        Willow/Symptom of Life (Roc Nation)

--          27        Blue October/Everything We Lost in the Fire (Universal)

--          28        Two-Door Cinema Club/Happy Customers (Glassnote Records)

--          29        Cults/Gilded Lili (Offering; Columbia)

--          30        Depeche Mode/People Are Good (Memento Mori; Columbia)




Last Year (2023): Gorillaz & Tame Impala/New Gold (Cracker Island; Warner Brothers)

5 Years Ago (2019): The Black Keys/Lo-Hi (Let’s Rock; Warner Brothers)

10 Years Ago (2014): Kongos/Come with Me Now (Lunatic; Tokoloshe Records)

15 Years Ago (2009): M.G.M.T./Kids (Oracular Spectacular; Columbia)

20 Years Ago (2004): Finger Eleven/One Thing (Finger Eleven; Wind-Up Records)

25 Years Ago (1999): Lit/My Own Worst Enemy (A Place in the Sun; RCA)

30 Years Ago (1994): Morrissey/The More You Ignore Me, The Closer I Get (Vauxhall and I; Sire)

35 Years Ago (1989): Guadalcanal Diary/Always Saturday (Flip-Flop; Elektra)

40 Years Ago (1984): The Cars/You Might Think (Heartbeat City; Elektra)

45 Years Ago (1979): Blondie/Heart of Glass (Parallel Lines; Chrysalis)

50 Years Ago (1974): MFSB ftg. The Three Degrees/TSOP (Love Is the Message; Philadelphia International)


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