Twenty One Pilots is still the all-time best scoring artist on this account. But this week, they accomplish something MASSIVE that has NEVER. NEVER been done by them or ANYONE before! NEVER! And THIS, THIS is NOT a milestone that you easily get. This week, Twenty One Pilots' song 'Heavydirtysoul' has spent ONE-HUNDRED WEEKS on the charts! It also has over 429000 points just from my account! And not only just that, another MASSIVE milestone is JUST around the corner, since the 104 a.k.a 2 years on chart mark is only 4 weeks away, if they manage to get that though, since they're all the way down at #92. As a celebration, a few songs by them re-enter the chart and may actually get another decent chart run.
Bastille take their 3rd #1 with 'Doom Days', after 'World Gone Mad' and 'Quarter Past Midnight'.
For now, Mark Morton & Chester Bennington only got to enjoy 1 week at the top spot, but maybe it will re-claim the position if Bastille fades away a bit and nothing else comes between it. Behind there, the track with the 10-week long #1 run 'Into The Fire' falls another spot down from #2 to #3. The Score and Blackbear see a nice re-gain from #7 to #4, after previously peaking at #2. Will they improve that and get their 3rd #1 just like Bastille? Everything is possible. A 4th position is what they have to accept for now. Behind them, Architects' 'Royal Beggars' doesn't move and stays at the 5th spot.
This week we see 2 album bombs, Periphery and Vampire Weekend. The highest results from Vampire Weekend's album bomb is to be found at #6: 'Harmony Hall' re-enters the chart and it's stronger than ever. It didn't even make top 50 in it's first run. Surprisingly, I Prevail actually manages to re-enter the top 10 with 'Hurricane' by rising up from #11 to #7. Another song from Architects that doesn't move is 'Modern Misery' at #8, it still manages to stay above 'Arcade' by Duncan Laurence falling 3 spots to #9, this song still has a shot for #1 if it wins the Eurovision Song Contest, but nobody knows that yet. The other album bomb's highest results are at #10 with Periphery's 'Reptile' AND they break a record immediately! Because 'Reptile' is the longest song that has ever charted: It's 16 minutes and 45 seconds.