Foo Fighters’ “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” Remains #1 At Active Rock Radio

“The Sky Is A Neighborhood” spends a second week at #1.

Foo Fighters on Corden | Terence Patrick/CBS

Last week, Foo Fighters’ “The Sky Is A Neighborhood” reached #1 at active rock radio.

This week, it keeps that throne.

Played ~1,875 times during the December 3-9 tracking period (-70), “The Sky” retains the pinnacle position on Mediabase’s active rock airplay chart.

Its closest competition again comes from Theory Of A Deadman’s “Rx (Medicate),” which received ~1,606 tracking period spins (-70).

Seether’s “Betray And Degrade” rises one place to #3 with ~1,485 spins (-11), while a tracking week play count of ~1,358 (+122) brings Royal Blood’s “I Only Lie When I Love You” up one place to #4.

Down two places, Nothing More’s “Go To War” takes #5 with ~1,340 spins (-267).

Written by Brian Cantor

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