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Tuesday Top 30: June 18, 2024




As we head into summer, Pearl Jam nabs the top spot on our chart with "Wreckage." The Beaches enter the Top 10 while Twenty-One Pilots and Dayglow make some big moves. New tracks from Sublime, Foster the People, and Cage the Elephant; cool flashbacks from 10,000 Maniacs, Franz Ferdinand, The Yeah Yeah Yeahs, and more!


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2 1 Pearl Jam/Wreckage (Dark Matter; Republic)

3 2 Nathaniel Ratecliff & The Nightsweats/Heartless (What If I; Stax)

4 3 Glass Animals/Creatures in Heaven (I Love You So Much; Republic)

1 4 Royal Otis/Murder on the Dance Floor (Ourness)

8 5 The Black Keys/On the Game (Ohio Players; Easy Eye Sound)

9 6 Michael Marcagi/Scared To Start (American Romance; Warner)

6 7 Blame My Youth/The Break (Big Loud)

5 8 Imagine Dragons/Eyes Closed (Loom; Interscope)

12 9 Rainbow Kitten Surprise/Superstar (Love Hate Music Box; Elektra Records)

14 10 The Beaches/Edge of the Earth (Blame My Ex; AWAL Recordings)

16 11 Cigarettes After Sex/Tejano Blue (X’s; Partisan)

13 12 AWOLNation/Panoramic View (Better Noise)

18 13 Twenty-One Pilots/The Craving (Clancy; Atlantic Records)

15 14 Judah and the Lion/Long Dark Night (Cletus the Van)

7 15 DJO/End of Beginning (Decide; AWAL Recordings)

-- 16 Sublime & Stick Figure/Feel Like That (Ruffwood)

11 17 Hozier/Too Sweet (Wasteland, Baby!; Columbia)

21 18 Atlas Genius/On a Wave (End of the Tunnel; Kobalt Music)

26 19 Dayglow/Every Little Thing I Say I Do (Sony Music)

23 20 Girl in Red/Too Much (I’m Doing It Again, Baby!; Columbia)

25 21 Good Neighbours/Home (Some Action)

-- 22 Foster the People/Lost in Space (Paradise State of Mind; Atlantic)

10 23 Bleachers/Tiny Moves (Bleachers; Dirty Moves)

24 24 Joywave/Scared (Permanent Pleasure; Hollywood)

17 25 The Decemberists/Burial Ground (As It Ever Was, So It Will Be Again; Capitol)

-- 26 Cage the Elephant/Rainbow

20 27 St. Vincent/Broken Man (All Born Screaming; Virgin Records)

22 28 Pierce the Veil/Karma Police (Triple J)

30 29 Kings of Leon/Mustang (Can We Please Have Fun; Capitol)

27 30 The Last Dinner Party/Sinner (Prelude to Ecstasy; Island Records)



#1 ON THE WERG CHARTS

Last Year (2023): The Dave Matthews Band/Monsters (Walk Around the Moon; Sony Music)

5 Years Ago (2019): Silversun Pickups/It Doesn’t Matter Why (Widow’s Weeds; New Machine)

10 Years Ago (2014): The Black Keys/Fever (Turn Blue; Nonesuch)

15 Years Ago (2009): Franz Ferdinand/No You Girls (Tonight: Franz Ferdinand; Epic)

20 Years Ago (2004): The Yeah Yeah Yeahs/Maps (Fever To Tell; Interscope)

25 Years Ago (1999): Eddie Vedder/Last Kiss(No Boundaries; Epic)

30 Years Ago (1994): Toad the Wet Sprocket/Fall Down (Dulcinea; Columbia)

35 Years Ago (1989): 10,000 Maniacs/Trouble Me (Blind Man’s Zoo; Elektra)

40 Years Ago (1984): Bruce Springsteen/Dancing in the Dark (Born in the U.S.A.; Columbia)

45 Years Ago (1979): Sister Sledge/We Are Family (We Are Family; Cotillion)

50 Years Ago (1974): Gordon Lightfoot/Sundown (Sundown; Reprise)

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