Week of April 26, 2015

Muse’s “Dead Inside” stays at number one for a second. Meanwhile the old Blur/Oasis rivalry is reignited as Oasis’ Noel debuts in the top ten just ahead of Blur.

  1. Muse – “Dead Inside”
  2. Big Data – “Clean”
  3. BØRNS – “Electric Love”
  4. Mark Ronson – “Daffodils” (f/ Kevin Parker)
  5. Hot Chip – “Huarache Lights”
  6. Alabama Shakes – “Don’t Wanna Fight”
  7. AWOLNATION – “Hollow Moon (Bad Wolf)”
  8. Noel Gallagher – “In The Heat Of The Moment”
  9. Blur – “Go Out”
  10. Mumford & Sons – “Believe”
  11. Matt And Kim – “Get It”
  12. In The Valley Below – “Peaches”
  13. Brandon Flowers – “Can’t Deny My Love”
  14. Imagine Dragons – “Shots”
  15. The Black Keys – “Weight Of Love”
  16. K Flay – “Make Me Fade”
  17. Florence + The Machine – “What Kind Of Man”
  18. Haerts – “Wings”
  19. Saint Motel – “My Type”
  20. Foo Fighters – “Congregation”
  21. Kate Pierson – “Mister Sister”
  22. Wombats – “Greek Tragedy”
  23. Information Society – “Get Back”
  24. ODESZA – “Say My Name”
  25. Incubus – “Absolution Calling”
  26. Belle & Sebastian – “Nobody’s Empire”
  27. Glass Animals – “Hazey”
  28. Bad Suns – “Salt”
  29. Meg Myers – “Sorry”
  30. Death Cab For Cutie – “Black Sun”
  31. Panda Bear – “Boys Latin”
  32. Passion Pit – “Lifted Up (1985)”
  33. Simple Minds – “Midnight Walking”
  34. POP ETC – “Running In Circles”
  35. Of Monsters And Men – “Crystal”
  36. alt-J – “Every Other Freckle”
  37. Slaptop – “Sunrise”
  38. Royal Blood – “Little Monster”
  39. Kasabian – “Stevie”
  40. Clean Bandit – “Mozart’s House” (f/ Love Ssega)
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