Last Friday (February 10th), Linkin Park finally released an unannounced meter– Era track “Lost” responded to the bittersweet reaction of countless fans. In fact, this powerful song was so highly anticipated and popular that it was her first No. 1 song on Billboard’s Rock & Alternative Her Airplay chart in over a decade.
As Billboard explained yesterday (February 17), the song garnered 10.1 million viewer impressions in its 10-16 tracking week, according to Luminate. This is the best song for any song since Lana Del Rey’s “Doin’ Time” took her to No. 1 (October 12, 2019), earning her 10.5 million in its sixth and final week. The number of weekly impressions. ”
Twenty One Pilots’ “Jumpsuit” was released in July 2018 and finished at #4 for the week, with 10.2 million total impressions. Billboard revealed that “Lost” is “one of only four of his songs to reach number one” on the charts since their formation in June 2009.
So which one was first?none other than Linkin Park a thousand suns August 2010)!Then Foo Fighters’ “Rope” (from waste of light) did it in March 2011, with Green Day’s “O Love” (from one!) did it in August 2012.
Unsurprisingly, Linkin Park did it a few more times. In 2009, “New Divide” was his 12th week, and in 2012, “Burn It Down” was his 11th week. But not since the death of frontman Chester Bennington in 2017.
In fact, Billboard went on to say that “Lost” is “the first song to hit number one in the chart archives after the vocalist’s death.” It also made it to his No. 6 spot on the Mainstream Rock Airplay chart.
You can read more about Billboard’s coverage of this achievement here.
Speaking of meteor, Linkin Park recently revealed details about the 20th anniversary box set of their landmark sophomore LP. As previously reported by Loudwire, it is expected to arrive on April 7th and will be available “in various configurations,” including a limited-edition Super Deluxe Box Set, Deluxe Vinyl Box Set, Deluxe 3-CD Set, and Digital Download. will be
All options can be pre-ordered here.
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