Badflower’s “The Jester” Reaches #1 At Active Rock Radio

“The Jester” wins a close race for #1 on the active rock chart.

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Badflower’s “The Jester” narrowly beats Papa Roach’s “Come Around” to earn #1 on the Mediabase active rock radio chart.

“The Jester,” which was #3 last week, improves to #1 thanks to the 1,776 spins it received during the November 17-23 tracking period. The count tops last week’s mark by 254.

The aforementioned “Come Around” holds at #2 with 1,767 spins (+59).

Highly Suspect’s “16,” which topped last week’s chart, falls to #3 this week. Ozzy Osbourne’s “Under The Graveyard” soars into the Top 5, rising four places to #4. Dinosaur Pile-Up’s “Back Foot” stays put at #5.

Written by Brian Cantor

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