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List of number-one mainstream rock hits (United States)
This is a list of all the songs that have hit number-one on the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. This list of songs or music-related items is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. • June 19 - John Mellencamp - "Hurts So Good" - 1 week • June 26 - .38 Special - "Caught Up in You" - 1 week • July 3 - Survivor - "Eye of the Tiger" - 5 weeks • August 7 - Eddie Money - "Think I’m in Love" - 3 weeks • August 28 - Billy Squier - "Everybody Wants You" - 6 weeks • October 9 - Rush - "New World Man" - 2 weeks ↓↑ • October 16 - Don Henley - "Dirty Laundry" - 3 weeks ↓↑ • November 13 - Peter Gabriel - "Shock the Monkey" - 2 weeks • November 27 - Men at Work - "Down Under" - 5 weeks ↓↑ • December 11 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - "You Got Lucky" - 3 weeks ↓↑ ↓↑ indicates track hit #1, dropped down, and then returned to the #1 spot

1981
• March 21 - Eric Clapton - "I Can’t Stand It" - 2 weeks • April 4 - The Who – "You Better You Bet" 5 weeks • May 9 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "The Waiting" - 6 weeks • June 20 - Joe Walsh – "A Life of Illusion" 1 week • June 27 - The Moody Blues – "The Voice" 4 weeks • July 25 - Foreigner - "Urgent" - 4 weeks • August 22 - Blue Öyster Cult - "Burnin’ for You" - 2 weeks • September 5 - The Rolling Stones - "Start Me Up" - 13 weeks • December 5 - Foreigner - "Waiting for a Girl Like You" - 1 week • December 12 - The Police - "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" - 2 weeks • December 26 - Quarterflash – "Harden My Heart" - 3 weeks

1983
• January 22 - Duran Duran – "Hungry Like the Wolf" - 3 weeks • February 12 - Golden Earring - "Twilight Zone" - 1 week • February 19 - Journey - "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)" - 4 weeks • March 19 - Def Leppard - "Photograph" - 6 weeks • April 30 - The Tubes - "She’s a Beauty" - 5 weeks • June 4 - Def Leppard - "Rock of Ages" - 1 week • June 11 - The Police - "Every Breath You Take" - 9 weeks • August 13 - Robert Plant - "Other Arms" 1 week • August 20 - Asia - "Don’t Cry" - 1 week • August 27 - The Police - "King of Pain" - 5 weeks ↓↑ • September 24 - Heart - "How Can I Refuse" - 1 week

1982
• January 16 - The J. Geils Band "Centerfold" - 3 weeks • February 6 - Joan Jett – "I Love Rock and Roll" - 5 weeks • March 13 - Van Halen - "Oh, Pretty Woman" - 2 weeks • March 27 - Prism - "Don’t Let Him Know" 1 week • April 3 - Tommy Tutone – "867-5309/ Jenny" - 3 weeks • April 24 - Asia - "Heat of the Moment" - 6 weeks ↓↑ • May 29 - Scorpions - "No One Like You" 1 week • June 5 - Rainbow - "Stone Cold" - 1 week

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List of number-one mainstream rock hits (United States)
• January 26 - John Fogerty - “The Old Man Down the Road” - 3 weeks • February 16 - Bryan Adams - "Somebody" 2 weeks • March 2 - Mick Jagger - "Just Another Night" - 2 weeks • March 16 - The Firm - "Radioactive" - 1 week • March 23 - Don Henley - "All She Wants to Do Is Dance" - 2 weeks • April 6 - Eric Clapton - "Forever Man" - 2 weeks • April 20 - Simple Minds - "Don’t You (Forget About Me)" - 3 weeks • May 11 - Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band - "Trapped" - 3 weeks • June 1 - Robert Plant - "Little by Little" - 2 weeks • June 15 - John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band - "Tough All Over" - 2 weeks • June 29 - Sting - "If You Love Somebody Set Them Free" - 3 weeks • July 20 - Huey Lewis and the News – "The Power of Love" - 2 weeks • August 3 - Dire Straits - "Money for Nothing" - 3 weeks • August 24 - Sting - "Fortress Around Your Heart" - 2 weeks • September 7 - John Mellencamp - "Lonely Ol’ Night" - 5 weeks • October 12 - Starship - "We Built This City" - 1 week • October 19 - Glenn Frey – "You Belong to the City" - 3 weeks • November 9 - ZZ Top - "Sleeping Bag" - 2 weeks • November 23 - The Cars - “Tonight She Comes” - 3 weeks • December 14 - Stevie Nicks - "Talk to Me" - 2 weeks • December 28 - Mike & the Mechanics "Silent Running (On Dangerous Ground)" 5 weeks

• October 8 - The Motels – "Suddenly Last Summer" - 2 weeks • October 22 - Pat Benatar - "Love Is a Battlefield" - 4 weeks ↓↑ • November 5 - Huey Lewis and the News – "Heart and Soul" - 1 week • November 26 - Yes - "Owner of a Lonely Heart" - 4 weeks • December 24 - .38 Special - "If I’d Been the One" - 4 weeks ↓↑ indicates track hit #1, dropped down, and then returned to the #1 spot

1984
• January 21 - Van Halen - "Jump" - 8 weeks • March 17 - Christine McVie – "Got a Hold on Me" - 2 weeks • March 31 - Tony Carey - "A Fine, Fine Day" - 1 week • April 7 - Phil Collins - "Against All Odds (Take a Look at Me Now)" - 1 week • April 14 - The Cars - "You Might Think" - 3 weeks • May 5 - Steve Perry – "Oh Sherrie" - 2 weeks • May 19 - Slade - "Run Runaway" - 2 weeks • June 2 - The Cars - "Magic" - 1 week • June 9 - Bruce Springsteen - "Dancing in the Dark" - 6 weeks • July 21 - Jefferson Starship - "No Way Out" - 1 week • July 28 - Scandal - "The Warrior" - 2 weeks ↓↑ • August 4 - Billy Squier - "Rock Me Tonite" - 2 weeks • August 25 - John Waite - "Missing You" - 2 weeks • September 8 - The Fixx - "Are We Ourselves" - 2 weeks • September 22 - John Cafferty & the Beaver Brown Band - "On the Dark Side" 5 weeks • October 27 - Survivor - "I Can’t Hold Back" - 3 weeks • November 17 - Bryan Adams - "Run to You" - 4 weeks • December 15 - Don Henley - "The Boys of Summer" - 5 weeks ↓↑ indicates track hit #1, dropped down, and then returned to the #1 spot

1986
• February 1 - Mr. Mister - "Kyrie" - 1 week • February 8 - ZZ Top - "Stages" - 2 weeks • February 22 - The Firm - "All The King’s Horses" - 4 weeks • March 22 - Robert Palmer - "Addicted to Love" - 2 weeks • April 5 - Van Halen - "Why Can’t This Be Love" - 3 weeks • April 26 - Julian Lennon - "Stick Around" 3 weeks

1985
• January 19 - Foreigner - "I Want to Know What Love Is" - 1 week

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• September 26 - Pink Floyd - "Learning to Fly" - 3 weeks • October 17 - Bruce Springsteen - "Brilliant Disguise" - 1 week • October 24 - Yes - "Love Will Find a Way" 3 weeks • November 14 - John Mellencamp - "Cherry Bomb" - 1 week • November 21 - Bruce Springsteen "Tunnel of Love" - 4 weeks • December 19 - Foreigner - "Say You Will" 4 weeks

• May 17 - Bob Seger - "Like a Rock" - 2 weeks • May 31 - Peter Gabriel - "Sledgehammer" 2 weeks • June 14 - Genesis - "Invisible Touch" - 3 weeks • July 5 - The Fixx - "Secret Separation" - 2 weeks • July 19 - Steve Winwood - "Higher Love" 4 weeks • August 16 - Eurythmics - "Missionary Man" - 1 week • August 23 - Genesis - "Throwing It All Away" - 3 weeks • September 13 - Peter Gabriel - "In Your Eyes" - 1 week • September 20 - Eddie Money - "Take Me Home Tonight" - 2 weeks • October 4 - Ric Ocasek - "Emotion in Motion" - 1 week • October 11 - Boston - "Amanda" - 3 weeks • November 1 - Huey Lewis and the News "Hip to Be Square" - 1 week • November 8 - The Pretenders - "Don’t Get Me Wrong" - 3 weeks • November 29 - Steve Miller Band - "I Want to Make the World Turn Around" - 6 weeks

1988
• January 16 - Pink Floyd - "On the Turning Away" - 1 week • January 23 - David Lee Roth - “Just Like Paradise” - 4 weeks • February 20 - Robert Plant - "Heaven Knows" - 6 weeks • April 2 - Henry Lee Summer – "I Wish I Had A Girl" - 1 week • April 9 - Robert Plant - "Tall Cool One" - 4 weeks • May 7 - Smithereens – "Only A Memory" 1 week • May 14 - Bruce Hornsby & The Range – "The Valley Road" - 3 weeks • June 4 - Van Halen - "Black and Blue" - 3 weeks • June 25 - Steve Winwood – "Roll With It" 4 weeks • July 23 - Van Halen - "When It’s Love" - 1 week • July 30 - Robert Palmer – "Simply Irresistible" - 3 weeks • August 20 - Little Feat - "Hate To Lose Your Lovin’" - 4 weeks • September 17 - Steve Winwood – "Don’t You Know What the Night Can Do?" - 2 weeks • October 1 - Tommy Conwell & The Young Rumblers - "I’m Not Your Man" - 1 week • October 8 - U2 - "Desire" - 5 weeks • November 12 - Randy Newman - "It’s Money That Matters" - 2 weeks • November 26 - R.E.M. - "Orange Crush" 2 weeks • December 10 - U2 - "Angel of Harlem" - 2 weeks • December 24 - Poison - "Every Rose Has Its Thorn" - 3 weeks

1987
• January 10 - Eric Clapton - "It’s in the Way That You Use It" - 1 week • January 17 - The Pretenders - "My Baby" 2 weeks • January 31 - Bon Jovi - "Livin’ on a Prayer" - 2 weeks • February 14 - Lou Gramm - "Midnight Blue" - 5 weeks • March 21 - Gregg Allman Band - "I’m No Angel" - 1 week • March 28 - Peter Wolf - "Come As You Are" - 1 week • April 4 - U2 - "With or Without You" - 5 weeks • May 9 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers "Jammin’ Me" - 4 weeks • June 6 - Bob Seger - "Shakedown" - 4 weeks • July 4 - Richard Marx – "Don’t Mean Nothing" - 1 week • July 11 - Sammy Hagar - "Give to Live" - 3 weeks • August 1 - Grateful Dead - "Touch of Grey" - 3 weeks • August 22 - John Mellencamp - "Paper in Fire" - 5 weeks

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• March 17 - Midnight Oil- "Blue Sky Mine" - 1 week • March 24 - Robert Plant - "Hurting Kind" 6 weeks • May 5 - Damn Yankees - “Coming of Age” 1 week • May 12 - Little Feat - "Texas Twister" - 1 week • May 19 - ZZ Top - "Doubleback" - 5 weeks • June 23 - Billy Idol – "Cradle of Love" - 2 weeks • July 7 - Bad Company - "Holy Water" - 2 weeks • July 21 - Bruce Hornsby & The Range "Across The River" - 1 week • July 28 - Aerosmith - "The Other Side" - 2 weeks • August 11 - Allman Brothers Band- "Good Clean Fun" - 1 week • August 18 - Johnny Van Zant- "Brickyard Road" - 3 weeks • September 8 - Jon Bon Jovi - "Blaze of Glory" - 1 week • September 15 - INXS - "Suicide Blonde" 4 weeks • October 13 - ZZ Top - "Concrete and Steel" - 4 weeks • November 10 - The Black Crowes - "Hard to Handle" - 2 weeks • November 24 - Steve Winwood – "One and Only Man" - 2 weeks • December 8 - ZZ Top - "My Head’s in Mississippi" - 6 weeks

1989
• January 21 - Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - "Got It Made" - 2 weeks • February 4 - Eddie Money - “The Love in Your Eyes” - 1 week • February 11 - R.E.M. - "Stand" - 1 week • February 18 - The Fixx - "Driven Out" - 4 weeks • March 18 - Chris Rea - "Working On It" - 1 week • March 25 - The Replacements - "I’ll Be You" - 3 weeks • April 15 - Julian Lennon - "Now You’re In Heaven" - 1 week • April 22 - Tom Petty - "I Won’t Back Down" - 5 weeks • May 27 - The Doobie Brothers - “The Doctor” - 3 weeks • June 17 - Stevie Nicks - "Rooms on Fire" 1 week • June 24 - Tom Petty - "Runnin’ Down a Dream" - 1 week • July 1 - Don Henley - "The End of the Innocence" - 4 weeks • July 29 - Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble - "Crossfire" - 3 weeks • August 19 - The Call - "Let The Day Begin" - 1 week • August 26 - Tom Petty - "Free Fallin’" - 1 week • September 2 - The Rolling Stones - "Mixed Emotions" - 5 weeks • October 7 - Aerosmith - "Love in an Elevator" - 2 weeks • October 21 - The Rolling Stones - "Rock and a Hard Place" - 5 weeks • November 25 - Eric Clapton - "Pretending" - 5 weeks • December 30 - Rush - "Show Don’t Tell" 2 weeks

1991
• January 19 - Sting - "All This Time" - 7 weeks • March 9 - The Black Crowes - "She Talks to Angels" - 1 week • March 16 - The Rolling Stones "Highwire" - 3 weeks • April 6 - Queensrÿche - "Silent Lucidity" 1 week • April 13 - R.E.M. - "Losing My Religion" - 3 weeks • May 4 - Yes - "Lift Me Up" - 6 weeks • June 15 - Van Halen - "Poundcake" - 2 weeks • June 29 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - "Learning to Fly" - 6 weeks • August 10 - Van Halen - "Runaround" - 4 weeks

1990
• January 13 - Rod Stewart- "Downtown Train" - 2 weeks • January 27 - Eric Clapton - "Bad Love" - 3 weeks • February 17 - Alannah Myles – "Black Velvet" - 1 week • February 24 - Aerosmith - "What It Takes" - 1 week • March 3 - Alannah Myles – "Black Velvet" 1 week • March 10 - The Rolling Stones - "Almost Hear You Sigh" - 1 week

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• February 27 - Coverdale & Page - "Pride and Joy" - 6 weeks • April 10 - Aerosmith - "Livin’ on the Edge" - 9 weeks • June 12 - Lenny Kravitz - "Are You Gonna Go My Way" - 2 weeks • June 26 - Stone Temple Pilots - "Plush" - 1 week • July 3 - AC/DC - "Big Gun" - 2 weeks • July 17 - Aerosmith - "Cryin’" - 6 weeks • August 28 - John Mellencamp - "What If I Came Knocking" - 2 weeks • September 11 - Cry of Love - "Peace Pipe" - 4 weeks • October 9 - Blind Melon - "No Rain" - 2 weeks • October 23 - Rush - "Stick It Out" - 4 weeks • November 20 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - "Mary Jane’s Last Dance" - 2 weeks • December 4 - Pearl Jam - "Daughter" - 8 weeks

• September 7 - Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - "Out in the Cold" - 2 weeks • September 21 - Rush - "Dreamline" - 4 weeks • October 19 - John Mellencamp - "Get a Leg Up" - 1 week • October 26 - Van Halen - "Top of the World" - 3 weeks • November 16 - John Mellencamp - "Get a Leg Up" - 1 week • November 23 - Van Halen - "Top of the World" - 1 week • November 30 - John Mellencamp - "Get a Leg Up" - 1 week • December 7 - Dire Straits - "Heavy Fuel" 1 week • December 14 - U2 - "Mysterious Ways" 12 weeks

1992
• March 7 - John Mellencamp - "Again Tonight" - 2 weeks • March 21 - Bruce Springsteen - "Human Touch" - 3 weeks • April 11 - Def Leppard - "Let’s Get Rocked" - 1 week • April 18 - U2- "One" - 2 weeks • May 2 - The Black Crowes - "Remedy" - 11 weeks • July 18 - The Black Crowes - "Sting Me" - 2 weeks • August 1 - U2 - "Even Better Than the Real Thing" - 3 weeks • August 22 - The Black Crowes - "Thorn in My Pride" - 4 weeks • September 19 - Bad Company - "How About That" - 6 weeks • October 31 - Peter Gabriel - "Digging in the Dirt" - 1 week • November 7 - Extreme - "Rest in Peace" 2 weeks • November 21 - Bon Jovi - "Keep the Faith" - 1 week • November 28 - The Black Crowes - "Hotel Illness" - 6 weeks

1994
• January 29 - ZZ Top - "Pincushion" - 4 weeks • February 26 - Aerosmith - "Deuces Are Wild" - 4 weeks • March 26 - Alice in Chains - "No Excuses" - 2 weeks • April 9 - Pink Floyd - "Keep Talking" - 6 weeks • May 21 - Collective Soul - "Shine" - 8 weeks • July 16 - Soundgarden - "Black Hole Sun" 7 weeks • September 3 - Stone Temple Pilots "Vasoline" - 2 weeks • September 17 - Stone Temple Pilots "Interstate Love Song" - 15 weeks • December 31 - Tom Petty - "You Don’t Know How It Feels" - 1 week

1995
• January 7 - Pearl Jam - "Better Man" - 2 weeks • January 21 - Van Halen - "Don’t Tell Me (What Love Can Do)" - 3 weeks • February 11 - Pearl Jam - "Better Man" - 6 weeks • March 25 - Live - "Lightning Crashes" - 10 weeks

1993
• January 9 - Def Leppard - "Stand Up (Kick Love into Motion)" - 5 weeks • February 13 - Mick Jagger - "Don’t Tear Me Up" - 1 week • February 20 - Van Halen - "Won’t Get Fooled Again" - 1 week

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• January 25 - Soundgarden - "Blow Up the Outside World" - 1 week • February 1 - The Wallflowers - "One Headlight" - 5 weeks • March 8 - Aerosmith - "Falling in Love (Is Hard on the Knees)" - 5 weeks • April 12 - Collective Soul - "Precious Declaration" - 4 weeks • May 10 - The Offspring - "Gone Away" - 2 weeks • May 24 - Sammy Hagar - "Little White Lie" - 5 weeks • June 28 - Tonic - "If You Could Only See" 5 weeks • August 2 - Collective Soul - "Listen" - 5 weeks • September 6 - Aerosmith - "Pink" - 4 weeks • October 4 - Days of the New - "Touch, Peel and Stand" - 16 weeks

• June 3 - Collective Soul - "December" - 9 weeks • August 5 - U2 - "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" - 1 week • August 12 - Brother Cane - "And Fools Shine On" - 6 weeks • September 23 - Silverchair - "Tomorrow" 3 weeks • October 14 - AC/DC - "Hard as a Rock" - 3 weeks • November 4 - Goo Goo Dolls - "Name" - 5 weeks • December 9 - Red Hot Chili Peppers - "My Friends" - 4 weeks

1996
• January 6 - Seven Mary Three "Cumbersome" - 4 weeks • February 3 - Collective Soul - "The World I Know" - 4 weeks • March 2 - Smashing Pumpkins - "1979" - 2 weeks • March 16 - Everclear - "Santa Monica" - 3 weeks • April 6 - Spacehog - "In the Meantime" - 4 weeks • May 4 - Stone Temple Pilots - "Big Bang Baby" - 1 week • May 11 - Collective Soul - "Where the River Flows" - 2 weeks • May 25 - Van Halen - "Humans Being" - 2 weeks • June 8 - Metallica - "Until It Sleeps" - 7 weeks • July 27 - Stone Temple Pilots - "Trippin’ on a Hole in a Paper Heart" - 1 week • August 3 - Metallica - "Until It Sleeps" - 1 week • August 10 - Stone Temple Pilots - "Trippin’ on a Hole in a Paper Heart" - 3 weeks • August 31 - Soundgarden - "Burden in My Hand" - 5 weeks • October 5 - Rush - "Test for Echo" - 3 weeks • October 26 - Van Halen - "Me Wise Magic" - 6 weeks • December 7 - Metallica - "Hero of the Day" - 3 weeks • December 28 - Soundgarden - "Blow Up the Outside World" - 3 weeks

1998
• January 24 - Pearl Jam - "Given to Fly" - 6 weeks • March 7 - Van Halen - "Without You" - 6 weeks • April 18 - Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band "Blue on Black" - 3 weeks • May 9 - Jimmy Page & Robert Plant "Most High" - 2 weeks • May 23 - Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band "Blue on Black" - 2 weeks • June 6 - Brother Cane - "I Lie In The Bed I Make" - 4 weeks • July 4 - Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band "Blue on Black" - 1 week • July 11 - Days of the New - "The Down Town" - 10 weeks • September 19 - Creed - "What’s This Life For" - 6 weeks • October 31 - KISS - "Psycho Circus" - 1 week • November 7 - Lenny Kravitz - "Fly Away" 3 weeks • November 28 - Metallica - "Turn the Page" - 11 weeks

1999
• February 13 - Everlast - "What It’s Like" 1 week • February 20 - Collective Soul - "Heavy" 15 weeks • June 5 - Buckcherry - "Lit Up" - 3 weeks

1997
• January 18 - Stone Temple Pilots - "Lady Picture Show" - 1 week

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• August 10 - Red Hot Chili Peppers - "By the Way" - 7 weeks • September 28 - System of a Down "Aerials" - 1 week • October 5 - Nickelback - "Never Again" - 3 weeks • October 26 - Puddle of Mudd - "She Hates Me" - 1 week • November 2 - Nirvana - "You Know You’re Right" - 4 weeks • November 30 - 3 Doors Down- "When I’m Gone" - 17 weeks

• June 26 - Def Leppard - "Promises" - 3 weeks • July 17 - Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Scar Tissue" - 10 weeks • September 25 - Creed - "Higher" - 17 weeks

2000
• January 22 - Metallica - "No Leaf Clover" 7 weeks • March 11 - AC/DC - "Stiff Upper Lip" - 4 weeks • April 8 - 3 Doors Down - "Kryptonite" 9 weeks • June 10 - Metallica - "I Disappear" - 4 weeks • July 8 - Creed - "With Arms Wide Open" - 4 weeks • August 5 - Metallica - "I Disappear" - 3 weeks • August 26 - Red Hot Chili Peppers "Californication" - 2 weeks • September 9 - 3 Doors Down - "Loser" - 21 weeks

2003
• March 29 - Godsmack - "Straight Out of Line" - 2 weeks • April 12 - Linkin Park - "Somewhere I Belong" - 1 week • April 19 - Audioslave - "Like a Stone" - 12 weeks • July 12 - Chevelle - "Send the Pain Below" - 2 weeks • July 26 - Trapt - "Headstrong" - 1 week • August 2 - Chevelle - "Send the Pain Below" - 2 weeks • August 16 - Staind - "So Far Away" - 14 weeks • November 22 - A Perfect Circle - "Weak and Powerless" - 2 weeks • December 6 - Trapt - "Still Frame" - 1 week • December 13 - Puddle of Mudd - "Away from Me" - 3 weeks

2001
• February 3 - Godsmack - "Awake" - 1 week • February 10 - Aerosmith - "Jaded" - 5 weeks • March 17 - Aaron Lewis of Staind with Fred Durst - "Outside" - 2 weeks • March 31 - Tantric - "Breakdown" - 1 week • April 7 - 3 Doors Down - "Duck and Run" 3 weeks • April 28 - Staind - "It’s Been Awhile" - 20 weeks • September 15 - Nickelback - "How You Remind Me" - 13 weeks • December 15 - Creed - "My Sacrifice" - 9 weeks

2004
• January 3 - Linkin Park - "Numb" - 3 weeks • January 24 - Nickelback - "Figured You Out" - 13 weeks • April 24 - Jet - "Cold Hard Bitch" - 8 weeks • June 19 - Velvet Revolver - "Slither" - 9 weeks • August 21 - Three Days Grace - "Just Like You" - 3 weeks • September 11 - Linkin Park - "Breaking the Habit" - 3 weeks • October 2 - Velvet Revolver - "Fall to Pieces" - 11 weeks • December 18 - Chevelle - "Vitamin R (Leading Us Along)" - 2 weeks

2002
• February 16 - Puddle of Mudd - "Blurry" 10 weeks • April 27 - Nickelback - "Too Bad" - 2 weeks • May 18 - Godsmack - "I Stand Alone" - 4 weeks • June 15 - Chad Kroeger & Josey Scott "Hero" - 2 weeks • June 29 - Puddle of Mudd - "Drift & Die" 6 weeks

2005
• January 1 - Green Day - "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" - 14 weeks

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• October 6 - Foo Fighters - "The Pretender" (6 weeks) • November 17 - Seether - "Fake It" (14 weeks)

• April 9 - Audioslave - "Be Yourself" - 7 weeks • May 28 - Mudvayne - "Happy?" - 1 week • June 4 - Green Day - "Holiday" - 3 weeks • June 25 - Seether - "Remedy" - 5 weeks • July 30 - Foo Fighters - "Best of You" - 4 weeks • August 27 - Seether - "Remedy" - 3 weeks • September 17 - Staind - "Right Here" - 2 weeks • October 1 - Nickelback - "Photograph" - 7 weeks • November 19 - Shinedown - "Save Me" 12 weeks

2008
• February 23 - Puddle of Mudd - "Psycho" (9 weeks) • April 26 - 3 Doors Down - "It’s Not My Time" (3 weeks) • May 17 - Disturbed - "Inside the Fire" (14 weeks) • August 23 - Shinedown - "Devour" (3 weeks) • September 13 - Theory of a Deadman "Bad Girlfriend" (1 week) • September 20 - Metallica - "The Day That Never Comes"(2 weeks) • October 4 - Theory of a Deadman - "Bad Girlfriend" (1 week) • October 11 - Metallica - "The Day That Never Comes" (7 weeks) • November 29 - AC/DC - "Rock ’n’ Roll Train" (3 weeks) • December 20 - Apocalyptica featuring Adam Gontier - "I Don’t Care" (1 week) • December 27 - Shinedown - "Second Chance" (10 weeks)

2006
• February 11 - Nickelback - "Animals" (6 weeks) • March 25 - Godsmack - "Speak" (6 weeks) • May 6 - Red Hot Chili Peppers - "Dani California" (12 weeks) • July 29 - Three Days Grace - "Animal I Have Become" (7 weeks) • September 16 - Stone Sour - "Through Glass" (7 weeks) • November 4 - Disturbed - "Land of Confusion" (3 weeks) • November 25 - Tool - "The Pot" (4 weeks) • December 23 - Three Days Grace - "Pain" (13 weeks)

2009
• March 7 - Nickelback - "Something in Your Mouth" (4 weeks) • April 4 - Metallica - "Cyanide" (2 weeks) • April 18 - Papa Roach - "Lifeline" (6 weeks) • May 30 - Green Day - "Know Your Enemy" (1 week)[1]

2007
• March 24 - Breaking Benjamin - "Breath" (7 weeks) • May 12 - Linkin Park - "What I’ve Done" (8 weeks) • July 7 - Ozzy Osbourne - "I Don’t Wanna Stop" (7 weeks) • August 11 - Finger Eleven - "Paralyzer" (1 week) • August 18 - Three Days Grace - "Never Too Late" (7 weeks)

References
[1] Billboard.com - Charts - Singles - Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks

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