Chris Cornell's Top 10 Billboard Hits"Like a Stone," "Black Hole Sun," and "Burden in My Hand" round out the top three.
Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' is Back on the Charts: Here's How It Got There"The Dark Side of the Moon" refuses to quit. Thanks to a new ranking system on the Billboard 200, Pink Floyd's legendary album album is back in the top 20.
Tom Petty Thinks Humanity is "Disappearing"Why is Tom Petty so worried about the future of humanity? He explained the heavy-handed themes on his new album in a recent interview.
What Drove AC/DC's 'Back in Black' Up Into the Billboard Top 200?AC/DC's "Back in Black" returned to the Billboard 200 chart after a nearly 50% spike in sales...Wait, how did THAT happen?
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On The Charts: Rush Hit No. 2, Classic Rock Takes Over Top 20This week on the Billboard 200 album chart, a No. 1 alludes <a href="/tag/rush/" target="_blank">Rush</a> once more, as the Canadian prog-rockers come in at No. 2 right behind pop/R&B star Usher. They lead the charge on classic rock's chart resurgence, which music fans may have noticed last week when the <a href="http://wcbsfm.cbslocal.com/2012/06/13/on-the-charts-the-beach-boys-highest-debut-ever-neil-young-makes-top-5/" target="_blank">Beach Boys came in at No. 3</a>.
Beach Boys Beat Beatles' Album Chart RecordThis week, <a href="/tag/beach-boys/" target="_blank">The Beach Boys</a> returned to the Billboard 200 album chart with their highest debut ever, for their new album <em>That's Why God Made The Radio</em>. The album came in at No. 3 and sold 61,000 copies in its debut week - enough to make it their highest-charting album since their greatest hits compilation, <em>Endless Summer</em>, reached No. 1 in 1974.
Pink Floyd's 'Dark Side of the Moon' Reaches Major Chart Milestone
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