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iGEN by Ted Volk
The Place Where Radio and Records come Together Without Talking
SUM 41 GOES #1
3/1/24

Many congrats to BMG’s Nick Attaway for guiding Sum 41’s “Landmines” to #1 next week at Alternative radio. This is a significant achievement as it marks the band’s second #1 and their first chart-topper in 22 years. It’s also the longest stretch between #1 hits in the Alternative format’s history. The previous record belonged to The Killers, who had a 13-year gap between #1s.

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2/27/24

Warner’s Rob Goldklang has a banner day as he closes out the format on Linkin Park’s “Friendly Fire” during its first week and takes Most Added honors. Kings of Leon also pretty much close out the Alt panel with their new single, “Mustang” (Capitol/Interscope), while Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin enjoys a nice week with Vampire Weekend’s “Capricorn.” Other winners include Cletus the VAN’s Judah & the Lion with “Long Dark Night,” Warner’s Michael Marcagi with “Scared to Start” and Capitol’s Catfish and the Bottlemen with “Showtime.”

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2/23/24

We will have a new #1 at Alt next week, but it’s too close to call as Cannons’ “Loving You” (Columbia) and Sum 41’s “Landmines” (BMG) are in a dead heat heading into the weekend. Republic’s Jam looks to enter the Top 10 with “Dark Matter” (Monkeywrench) during its second week on the chart. And after just two days of airplay, Warner’s Linkin Park will have a tremendous debut in the Top 20 with “Friendly Fire.” Also making impressive chart debuts are Dirty Hit’s Bleachers with “Tiny Moves,” Capitol’s Kings of Leon with “Mustang” and Big Loud Rock’s Blame My Youth with “The Break.”

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2/20/24

Congrats to Republic’s Amanda Dobbins and Drew Hauser for having the #1 Most Added track for a second week in a row with Pearl Jam’s “Dark Matter” (Monkeywrench). Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin had a great week with Vampire Weekend’s “Capricorn” and girl in red’s “Too Much.” Warner’s Rob Goldklang impresses with Michael Marcagi’s “Scared to Start.” Other winners included Dirty Hit’s Bleachers with “Tiny Moves” and Big Loud Rock’sDave Barbis with Blame My Youth’s “The Break.”

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2/16/24

Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin gets an 18th week at #1 with blink-182’s smash “ONE MORE TIME.” The track is now tied for the third longest #1 in the Alternative format’s history! The battle for the next #1 is now on as Cannons’ “Loving You” (Columbia), Sum 41’s “Landmines” (BMG) and Cold War Kids’ “Run Away With Me” (AWAL) are all bunched up together and looking to dethrone blink-182. Republic’s Amanda Dobbins and Drew Hauser have a hot shot debut at #15 with Pearl Jam’s “Dark Matter” (Monkeywrench), while New Noize/ADA’s Papa Roach approaches the Top 20 with “Leave a Light On.” Royel Otis’ “Murder on the Dance Floor” (Royel Otis/Triple J/ABC) has an impressive chart debut. Also debuting this week is Hitmaker Music Group’s SMITH with “Pathetic.”

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2/13/24

Congrats to Republic’s Amanda Dobbins and Drew Hauser for securing Most Added honors this week with Pearl Jam’s “Dark Matter” (Monkeywrench). Big Loud’s Dave Barbis had a great first week with Blame My Youth’s “The Break,” and it was also an impressive start for Dirty Hit’s Bleachers with their new single, “Tiny Moves.” Meanwhile, Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush’s Garrett Capone enjoyed a good close-out week on Green Day’s “Dilemma.”

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2/9/24

Columbia’s Lisa Sonkin gets a 17th week at #1 with blink-182’s super smash “ONE MORE TIME,” which is now tied for the fifth-longest #1 in the Alternative format’s history. Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush’s Garrett Capone quickly see Green Day’s “Dilemma” enter the Top 10, while Virgin’s Marisa DiFrisco gets a nice chart debut with The Maine’s “thoughts i have while lying in bed” f/Beach Weather.

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2/6/24

Crush’s Fall Out Boy has this week’s Most Added record with “So Much (for) “Stardust.” It was also a huge week for AWAL’s Dave Lombardi with Royel Otis’ “Murder on the Dance Floor.” Other winners include Warner’s Rob Goldklang and Crush’s Garrett Capone with Green Day’s “Dilemma” and Hitmaker Music Group’s SMITH with “Pathetic.” Virgin’s Marisa DiFrisco also impresses with The Maine’s “Thoughts I Have….” f/Beach Weather.