Most numerous, Mainstream Rock Airplay
15, Three Days of Grace
13, Van Halen
10, Five finger strikes
10, Foo Fighters
10, Tom Petty (solo and with Heartbreakers)
“War” is the second No. 1 Foo Fighter of this decade, after “Shame Shame,” which began a six-week command in December.
Grohl also led Mainstream Rock Airplay as the drummer of Nirvana; “You Know You’re Right” was run for four weeks in 2002.
“War” is simultaneously crowning the Rock-Alternative Airplay scale based on audiences in full rock form for the fourth week in a row, with 6.8 million audience impressions, an increase of 10%, according to MRC data. The song also achieved a new 3rd place on the Adult Alternative Airplay charts and bounced 10-9 on Alternative Airplay, with a new weekly record in games, after reaching 8th place.
Medicine at midnight, Foo Fighter’s 10th studio album that includes both “War” and “Shame,” debuted at No. 1 BillboardTop albums, alternative albums and hard rock albums are dated February 20 and to date have earned 130,000 equivalent album units.