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Tuesday Top 30: June 25, 2024

As we head into high summer, Pearl Jam holds down the fort spending a second week at No.1 with "Wreckage." We've got new sounds from The Offspring, Clairo, and The Kings of Leon. And, check-out our former No. 1's from back in the day - featuring the likes of The Chili Peppers, Billy Idol, and Incubus.

LW       TW

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

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

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

6          4          Michael Marcagi/Scared To Start (American Romance; Warner)

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

4          6          Royal Otis/Murder on the Dance Floor (Ourness)

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

10        8          The Beaches/Edge of the Earth (Blame My Ex; AWAL Recordings)

12        9          AWOLNation/Panoramic View (Better Noise)

11        10        Cigarettes After Sex/Tejano Blue (X’s; Partisan)

13        11        Twenty-One Pilots/The Craving (Clancy; Atlantic Records)

8          12        Imagine Dragons/Eyes Closed (Loom; Interscope)

16        13        Sublime & Stick Figure/Feel Like That (Ruffwood)

9          14        Rainbow Kitten Surprise/Superstar (Love Hate Music Box; Elektra Records)

--          15        The Offspring/Make It All Right (Supercharged; Concord)

18        16        Atlas Genius/On a Wave (End of the Tunnel; Kobalt Music)

22        17        Foster the People/Lost in Space (Paradise State of Mind; Atlantic)

14        18        Judah and the Lion/Long Dark Night (Cletus the Van)

21        19        Good Neighbours/Home (Some Action)

19        20        Dayglow/Every Little Thing I Say I Do (Sony Music)

15        21        DJO/End of Beginning (Decide; AWAL Recordings)

--          22        Clairo/Sext to Someone (Charm; Clairo Records)

17        23        Hozier/Too Sweet (Wasteland, Baby!; Columbia)

26        24        Cage the Elephant/Rainbow (Neon Pill; RCA)

--          25        Kings of Leon/Nowhere To Run (Can We Please Have Fun; Capitol)

20        26        Girl in Red/Too Much (I’m Doing It Again, Baby!; Columbia)

23        27        Bleachers/Tiny Moves (Bleachers; Dirty Moves)

30        28        The Last Dinner Party/Sinner (Prelude to Ecstasy; Island Records)

24        29        Joywave/Scared (Permanent Pleasure; Hollywood)

25        30        The Decemberists/Burial Ground (As It Ever Was, So It Will Be Again; Capitol)




Last Year (2023): Smashing Pumpkins/Spellbinding (ATUM: Act 3; Thirty Tigers)

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

10 Years Ago (2014): Bleachers/I Wanna Get Better (Strange Desire; RCA)

15 Years Ago (2009): Incubus/Black Heart Inertia (Monuments and Melodies; Epic)

20 Years Ago (2004): Switchfoot/Dare You To Move (The Beautiful Letdown; Columbia)

25 Years Ago (1999): Red Hot Chili Peppers/Scar Tissue (Californication; Columbia)

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

35 Years Ago (1989): Love and Rockets/So Alive (Love and Rockets; Beggar’s Banquet)

40 Years Ago (1984): Billy Idol/Eyes Without a Face (Rebel Yell; Chrysalis)

45 Years Ago (1979): Supertramp/The Logical Song (Breakfast in America; A&M)

50 Years Ago (1974): The Hues Corporation/Rock the Boat (Freedom for the Stallion; RCA)

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