Theory Of A Deadman’s “Rx (Medicate)” Stays #1 At Active Rock Radio

“Rx (Medicate)” earns a second week at #1 on the active rock airplay chart.

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Theory Of A Deadman’s “Rx (Medicate)” enjoys another week as active rock radio’s top song.

Played ~2,019 times during the October 15-21 tracking week (+146), “Rx” tops a second consecutive edition of the Mediabase active rock airplay chart.

Like last week, its closest competition comes from Nothing More’s “Go To War.” That song received ~1,840 spins during the tracking period (+51).

Papa Roach’s “American Dreams” holds at #3 with ~1,679 (-3), while Foo Fighters’ “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” rises one place to #4 with ~1,554 spins (+62).

Up two spots, Hellyeah’s “Love Falls” takes #5 on the strength of its ~1,387 plays (+25).

Written by Brian Cantor

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