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Tuesday Top 30: June 4, 2024




We've got at new No.1 as Imagine Dragons climb to the top spot! Nathaniel Rateliff moves into the Top 10, and Joywave debuts with a new track. Howard Jones and The Silversun Pickups mark time as great flashbacks this week, and a one-hit wonder by The Von Bondies shows up: a song that was once used in an HBO promo lead-in for a season premiere episode of The Sopranos... twenty years ago.


LW          TW

3             1             Imagine Dragons/Eyes Closed (Loom; Interscope)

2             2             Royal Otis/Murder on the Dance Floor (Ourness)

5             3             Pearl Jam/Wreckage (Dark Matter; Republic)

6             4             DJO/End of Beginning (Decide; AWAL Recordings)

1             5             Hozier/Too Sweet (Wasteland, Baby!; Columbia)

7             6             Glass Animals/Creatures in Heaven (I Love You So Much; Republic)

10           7             Nathaniel Ratecliff & The Nightsweats/Heartless (What If I; Stax)

9             8             Bleachers/Tiny Moves (Bleachers; Dirty Moves)

4             9             The Decemberists/Burial Ground (As It Ever Was, So It Will Be Again; Capitol)

8             10           The Black Keys/On the Game (Ohio Players; Easy Eye Sound)

11           11           Blame My Youth/The Break (Big Loud)

13           12           Michael Marcagi/Scared To Start (American Romance; Warner)

12           13           Rainbow Kitten Surprise/Superstar (Love Hate Music Box; Elektra Records)

15           14           AWOLNation/Panoramic View (Better Noise)

16           15           The Beaches/Edge of the Earth (Blame My Ex; AWAL Recordings)

19           16           Girl in Red/Too Much (I’m Doing It Again, Baby!; Columbia)

14           17           Maggie Rogers/Don’t Forget Me (Don’t Forget Me; Capitol)

23           18           Cigarettes After Sex/Tejano Blue (X’s; Partisan)

21           19           Judah and the Lion/Long Dark Night (Cletus the Van)

--             20           Joywave/Scared (Permanent Pleasure; Hollywood)

17           21           The Last Dinner Party/Sinner (Prelude to Ecstasy; Island Records)

24           22           St. Vincent/Broken Man (All Born Screaming; Virgin Records)

25           23           Pierce the Veil/Karma Police (Triple J)

26           24           Joywave/Scared (Permanent Pleasure; Hollywood)

18           25           Kings of Leon/Mustang (Can We Please Have Fun; Capitol)

22           26           Blue October/Everything We Lost in the Fire (Universal)

20           27           Good Neighbours/Home (Some Action)

29           28           Cults/Gilded Lili (Offering; Columbia)

27           29           Gaslight Anthem/Ocean Eyes (History Books; Thirty Tigers)

28           30           Twenty-One Pilots/Overcompensate (Clancy; Atlantic Records)

 

 

#1 ON THE WERG CHARTS

Last Year (2023): Foo Fighters/Rescued (But Here We Are; RCA)

5 Years Ago (2019): The Head and the Heart/Missed Connection (Living Mirage; Warner Brothers)

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

15 Years Ago (2009): Silversun Pickups/Panic Switch (Swoon; Dangerbird)

20 Years Ago (2004): The Von Bondies/C’Mon C’Mon (Pawn Shoppe Heart; Sire)

25 Years Ago (1999): Blink 182/What’s My Age Again? (Enema of the State; MCA)

30 Years Ago (1994): Green Day/Longview (Dookie; Reprise)

35 Years Ago (1989): Howard Jones/Everlasting Love (Cross That Line; Elektra)

40 Years Ago (1984): Jefferson Starship/No Way Out (Nuclear Furniture; Grunt)

45 Years Ago (1979): Bee Gees/Love You Inside Out (Spirits Having Flown; RSO)

50 Years Ago (1974): Maria Maldaur/Midnight at the Oasis (Maria Maldaur; Reprise)se)

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