|Chart Attack New Rock Top 30 - February 2nd 2001|
|This Week||Last Week||Artist||Title||Weeks On||Peak Pos.|
|1||3||The Calling||Wherever You Will Go||7||1|
|2||1||Nickelback||Too Bad||7||1 |
|3||2||Jimmy Eat World||The Middle||2||2|
|4||10||Marilyn Manson||Tainted Love||4||4|
|8||5||Stereophonics||Have A Nice Day||5||4|
|9||9||Sloan||The Other Man||3||9|
|10||6||Puddle Of Mudd||Blurry||14||1|
|12||12||No Doubt||Hey Baby||10||2|
|13||14||Saves The Day||At Your Funeral||7||12|
|14||18||Swollen Members f. Moka Only||Fuel Injected||7||11|
|15||--||Creed||Stand Here With Me||1||15|
|16||16||The Strokes||Last Nite||3||16|
|17||13||P.o.d.||Youth Of The Nation||6||7|
|18||15||The Watchmen||Absolutlely Anytime||5||14|
|20||--||Hoobastank||Crawling In The Dark||1||20|
|22||17||Creed||My Sacrifice||12||1 |
|25||--||Something Corporate||If You C Jordan||1||25|
|28||--||Alanis Morissette||Hands Clean||1||28|
|29||--||Matthew Good Band||Anti-Pop||1||29|
|30||--||The X-Ecutioners f. Linkin Park||Its Going Down||1||30|
The no.1 song this week is from the new band The Calling. I love this song, it's pretty much stuck in my head.
Nickelback fall from the top spor after spending 2 weeks at no.1 making Nickelback the most sucessful
band to hit the chart. "How You Remind Me" peaked at no.2 , "Never Again" was at no.1 for
one week and "Too Bad" was at no.1 for 2 weeks. The Soft Cell cover "Tainted Love" is the
biggest mover on the chart this week edging up from no.10-04. This is the only song from Marilyn Manson to chart in the past year.
Even while "Holy Wood" was released, none of the singles reached the top 30. Higgest debuter of the week is the second single
released from Creed's "Weathered". This song is just as awesome as "My Sacrifice" which spent 2 weeks on top.
In other debuters Sum 41 make it onto the chart again for the third time. "Motivation" is pretty catchy, and the chorus is cool.
Hoobastank also debut this week with their kick ass sigle "Crawling In The Dark".
Also new tracks from new bands like Something Corporate and Canadian girl Alanis Morissette. Also, added this week
is something from The X-Ecutioners f. Linkin Park. I don't know where this actually came from. But's it's heavier
than 'Hybrid Theory'. Basically there's lots of new songs on the chart this week.
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