Theory Of A Deadman’s “Rx (Medicate)” Enjoys 5th Week As Active Rock Radio’s #1 Song

“Rx (Medicate)” spends yet another week atop the active rock airplay chart.

Theory of a Deadman by Jimmy Fontaine | Roadrunner Press

Theory Of A Deadman’s “Rx (Medicate)” endured a slight decline in active rock airplay this week.

The decline does not, however, prevent “Rx” from extending its reign as active rock radio’s #1 song.

Played 2,107 times during the November 5-11 tracking week (-22), “Rx” tops a fifth consecutive edition of the Mediabase active rock airplay chart.

Its closest competition again comes from Nothing More’s “Go To War.” That song keeps the runner-up position on the strength of its 2,063 tracking period plays (+57).

Credited with 1,812 spins (+150), Foo Fighters’ “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” holds at #3.

Seether’s “Betray And Degrade” holds at #4 with 1,389 plays (+105), while Fozzy’s “Judas” rises two spots to #5 on the strength of its 1,242 spins (+99).

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