Foo Fighters discography

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Foo Fighters discography
Foo Fighters Live 29.jpg
Foo Fighters in 2007
Studio albums10
Live albums5
Compilation albums3
Video albums6
Music videos55
EPs10
Singles56
Other appearances51

The discography of Foo Fighters, an American rock band formed in 1994 by Dave Grohl, consists of ten studio albums, ten extended plays (EPs), six video albums, and fifty-six singles (including promotional releases). The current Foo Fighters line-up consists of Grohl (vocals and guitar), Taylor Hawkins (drums), Rami Jaffee (keyboard), Nate Mendel (bass), Chris Shiflett (guitar), and Pat Smear (guitar).

In October 1994, Grohl recorded an album's worth of songs in which he played all instruments in Seattle's Robert Lang Studios. He chose the name "Foo Fighters" for the project to hide his identity and passed cassette copies of the sessions to personal friends.[1] After those tapes attracted record label interest, Grohl signed with Capitol Records, who released the results as the album Foo Fighters in 1995.[2] The album peaked at number 23 on the Billboard 200, earning a platinum certification in the United States and having lead single, "This Is a Call" on the top 10 of the UK and Australia. After extensive touring with a full-fledged band—along with Grohl were Mendel, Smear and drummer William Goldsmith—the band went into recording follow-up album The Colour and the Shape, released in 1997. The record charted higher, reaching number 10 on the Billboard 200, and with certifications of Platinum in Australia and Canada and double platinum in the US. The "Everlong" single from the album has been certified 2× Platinum in the US.

Following the tour for The Colour and the Shape, Foo Fighters left Capitol and Grohl decided to build a home studio in Alexandria, Virginia wanting a production away from studio interference, given the troubled recording of the previous album led to the departure of Goldsmith and Smear. Along with Mendel and new drummer Hawkins, Grohl recorded Foo Fighters' third album, There Is Nothing Left to Lose, in 1999 and signed a distribution deal with RCA Records,[3] which remains their label as of 2021. The band again got certifications of platinum in the US, Australia and Canada, and had its first single to chart on the US Billboard Hot 100 with "Learn to Fly".

Foo Fighters' fourth album, One by One (2002), marked the first studio foray with Shiflett and was their first to top the charts in the United Kingdom and Australia. The album's tour resulted in the band's first video album, 2003's Everywhere but Home, featuring live concert footage from the One by One tour. Grohl led the construction of a professional studio in Los Angeles in 2004, and the band recorded its next two studio albums there: 2005's In Your Honor, a top five hit in both the UK and Australia and origin of the band's highest-scoring single "Best of You",[4] and 2007's Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, which topped the charts in Australia, Belgium, Canada, and the UK and had three songs atop the Billboard Modern Rock Tracks chart.[5] The former's tour of acoustic concerts resulted in the live album Skin and Bones (2006),[6] while the latter tour had two gigs at Wembley Stadium recorded on the DVD Live at Wembley Stadium (2008).[7] The band's first compilation, 2009's Greatest Hits, became their sixth album to surpass 1 million copies sold in the United States.[8]

In 2011, the album Wasting Light was released, recorded at Grohl's home in Los Angeles, and debuting at number one in twelve countries.[9] The album's first single "Rope" holds the record for the most consecutive weeks at number one on the US Rock Songs chart. Their eighth studio album, Sonic Highways, was recorded in eight different American cities and released in 2014. As of 2015 the band's eight studio albums have sold 12 million copies in the US alone.[10] Foo Fighters' ninth album, Concrete and Gold, was released on September 15, 2017 and became the band's second #1 album in the United States.

Medicine at Midnight is the tenth studio album by American rock band Foo Fighters. Originally scheduled for 2020, the album was delayed to February 5, 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Albums[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

List of studio albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[11]
AUS
[12]
AUT
[13]
CAN
[14]
GER
[15]
IRL
[16]
NLD
[17]
NZ
[18]
SWI
[19]
UK
[20]
Foo Fighters 23 3 13 5 33 22 2 26 3
The Colour and the Shape
  • Released: May 20, 1997
  • Label: Roswell, Capitol
  • Formats: CD, LP, CS
10 5 19 8 41 10 39 10 50 3
There Is Nothing Left to Lose
  • Released: November 2, 1999
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, CS
10 5 34 4 23 49 53 12 10
One by One 3 1 19 3 5 1 12 3 28 1
In Your Honor
  • Released: June 14, 2005
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
2 1 5 3 4 2 5 1 7 2
Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
  • Released: September 25, 2007
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
3 1 4 1 3 2 6 1 2 1
Wasting Light
  • Released: April 12, 2011
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 1 1 1 1 3 2 1 1 1
Sonic Highways
  • Released: November 10, 2014
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
2 1 3 3 2 5 2 2 2 2
Concrete and Gold
  • Released: September 15, 2017
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1
Medicine at Midnight
  • Released: February 5, 2021
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
3 1 1 3 1 1 1 1 1 1
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Compilation albums[edit]

List of compilation albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications Sales
US
[11]
AUS
[12]
AUT
[13]
CAN
[14]
GER
[15]
IRL
[16]
NLD
[17]
NZ
[18]
SWI
[19]
UK
[20]
Greatest Hits
  • Released: November 3, 2009
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download
11 1 10 6 8 6 9 1 15 4
Medium Rare
  • Released: April 16, 2011
  • Label: Roswell, RCA
  • Formats: LP, CD (limited edition)
[A] 51 164
Hail Satin
(as Dee Gees)
  • Released: July 17, 2021
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: LP, digital download
27
[60]
31 27 18 17
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Live albums[edit]

List of live albums, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Album details Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[11]
AUS
[12]
AUT
[13]
GER
[15]
IRL
[16]
NZ
[18]
SWI
[19]
UK
[20]
Skin and Bones
  • Released: November 7, 2006
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD, LP
21 11 30 67 33 37 51 35

Extended plays[edit]

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions
Title Extended play details Peak chart positions
US
[11]
AUT
[13]
UK
[20]
Five Songs and a Cover[63]
  • Released: November 20, 2005
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: CD
iTunes Festival: London 2011
  • Released: 2011
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: Digital download
167
Songs from the Laundry Room[64]
  • Released: April 18, 2015
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: 10" vinyl, digital download
[B]
Saint Cecilia
  • Released: November 23, 2015
  • Label: RCA
  • Formats: 12" vinyl, digital download
117 63 35

Foo Files EPs[edit]

Starting in 2019, the band has released their archive of B-sides and live performances in digital EPs called the Foo Files.[65]

Foo Files
Title Extended play details
00950025
00111125 – Live in London[66]
  • Released: July 16, 2019
  • Same performance from the iTunes Festival: London 2011 EP
00070725 Live at Studio 606[66]
  • Released: September 13, 2019
  • 2007 performance at the band's own studio
00050525 Live in Roswell[66]
01070725[66]
  • Released: September 27, 2019
  • B-sides from Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
00020225[67]
  • Released: October 18, 2019
  • B-sides from One by One
01050525[68]
  • Released: November 8, 2019
  • B-sides from In Your Honor
00999925[69]
  • Released: December 13, 2019
  • B-sides from There Is Nothing Left to Lose
00979725[70]
  • Released: December 20, 2019
  • B-sides from The Colour and the Shape
00959525[71]
  • Released: January 3, 2020
  • B-sides from Foo Fighters

Singles[edit]

List of singles, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title Year Peak chart positions Certifications Album
US
[72]
US
Alt

[73]
US
Main.
Rock

[74]
US
Rock

[75]
AUS
[76]
CAN
[77]
NLD
[78]
NZ
[79]
SCO
[80]
UK
[81]
"This Is a Call" 1995 [C] 2 6 × 9 29 32 11 7 5 Foo Fighters
"I'll Stick Around" [D] 8 12 × 61 24 18
"For All the Cows" × 69 37 28
"Big Me" 1996 [E] 3 18 × 65 15 18 19
"Monkey Wrench" 1997 [F] 9 9 ×[G] 17 37 10 12 The Colour and the Shape
"Everlong" [H] 3 4 18 45 34 13 18
  • RIAA: 2× Platinum[21]
  • BPI: Platinum[25]
"My Hero" 1998 [I] 6 8 18 74 19 21
"Walking After You"[J] 12 ×[K] 67 48 15 20 The X-Files soundtrack
"Learn to Fly" 1999 19 1 2 ×[L] 36 13 72 23 15 21 There Is Nothing Left to Lose
"Stacked Actors"[M] 2000 25 9 ×[N] 82
"Generator"[O] × 31 151
"Breakout" 8 11 ×[P] 59 48 25 29
"Next Year" 17 × 85 92 33 42
"The One"[Q] 2002 [R] 14 20 ×[S] 21 × 78 77 Orange County: The Soundtrack
"All My Life" 43 1 3 ×[T] 20 × 95 46 5 5 One by One
"Times Like These" 2003 65 5 5 ×[U] 22 [V] 90 12 12
"Low" [W] 15 23 ×[X] 40 [Y] 100 20 21
"Have It All" × 71 × 38 37
"Best of You" 2005 18 1 1 ×[Z] 5 × 94 38 3 4 In Your Honor
"DOA" 68 1 5 ×[AA] 39 × 86 34 23 25
"Resolve" × × 82 39 24 32
"No Way Back/Cold Day in the Sun"[AB] 2006 2 6 ×[AC] × 37 64
"The Pretender" 2007 37 1 1 ×[AD] 10 15 39 9 6 8 Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
"Long Road to Ruin" 89 1 2 ×[AE] 38 42 21 19 35
"Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)"[AF] 2008 × 194
"Let It Die"[AG] [AH] 1 5 ×[AI] 58
"Wheels" 2009 72 3 4 1 21 22 45 13 17 22 Greatest Hits
"Rope" 2011 68 1 1 1 55 41 31 22 22 Wasting Light
"Walk" 83 1 1 1 57 49 58 38 48 57
"Arlandria" 72 79
"These Days" [AJ] 2 3 2 60 63 169
"Bridge Burning" 2012 25 14 22 75
"Something from Nothing" 2014 [AK] 1 1 8 53 63 57 32 56 73 Sonic Highways
"Congregation" 5 1 21 [AL] 68
"Outside" 2015 11 7 39
"Saint Cecilia" 12 3 33 Saint Cecilia (EP)
"Run" 2017 [AM] 9 1 7 53 76 [AN] [AO] 34 64 Concrete and Gold
"The Sky Is a Neighborhood" 7 1 10 [AP] [AQ] [AR] 38 63
"The Line" 2018 30 4 41 [AS]
"Shame Shame" 2020 [AT] 10 1 11 [AU] [AV] [AW] 36 77 Medicine at Midnight
"No Son of Mine" 2021 [AX] 32 49 [AY] [AZ] × [BA]
"Waiting on a War" 8 1 18 [BB] 95 [BC] × 53
"Making a Fire" 10 1 30 [BD] [BE] [BF] × 52
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.
"×" denotes periods where charts did not exist or were not archived

Promotional singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Adult

[111]
US
Alt

[73]
US
Main.
Rock

[74]
US
Rock

[75]
BEL
Tip

[112]
CAN
[113]
CAN
Rock

[114]
SCO
[80]
UK
[81]
UK
Rock

[115]
"Exhausted" 1995 Foo Fighters
"Alone+Easy Target" 1996
"Baker Street" 1998 34 [BG] "My Hero"
"Darling Nikki" 2003 15 "Have it All"
"Miracle" 2006 39 29 In Your Honor
"Virginia Moon"
"Keep the Car Running" 2008 96 "Let It Die"
"Summer's End"[116] Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
"Word Forward"[117] 2010 11 109 5 Greatest Hits
"White Limo"[118] 2011 29 Wasting Light
"Back & Forth"[119] 2012 24
"The Feast and the Famine" 2014 37 16 93 164 4 Sonic Highways
"What Did I Do? / God as My Witness" 37 165 6
"Run Rudolph Run"[120] 2020 42 Amazon Music Holiday Plays
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Other charted songs[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Rock

[75]
CAN
Rock

[114]
IRL
[121]
MEX
Air.

[122]
NZ
[79]
SWE UK
[81]
UK
Rock

[115]
"My Hero" (Live) 2006 42 Skin and Bones
"Better Off" 2011 5 Wasting Light
"A Matter of Time" 21
"In the Clear" 2014 11 Sonic Highways
"I Am a River" 50 15
"Subterranean" 18
"Savior Breath" 2015 35 Saint Cecilia (EP)
"T-Shirt" 2017 94 3 Concrete and Gold
"Make It Right" [BH] 9
"La Dee Da" 4
"Arrows" [BI] 5
"Dirty Water" 6
"Happy Ever After (Zero Hour)" 10
"Sunday Rain" 11
"Concrete and Gold" 16
"Cloudspotter" 2021 [BJ] Medicine at Midnight
"Holding Poison" 13
"Chasing Birds" 19
"Love Dies Young" 18
"You Should Be Dancing"
(as Dee Gees)
[BK] Hail Satin
"—" denotes a recording that did not chart or was not released in that territory.

Video albums[edit]

Year Video Peak chart positions Certifications
US
[125]
AUS
[126]
[127]
NOR
[128]
UK
[129]
2003 Everywhere but Home
  • Released: November 25, 2003
  • Label: Roswell/RCA (#566509)
  • Format: DVD
23 1 8 13
2006 Skin and Bones
  • Released: November 7, 2006
  • Label: RCA (#88697024519)
  • Format: DVD
7 4 3
Skin and Bones & Live in Hyde Park
  • Released: November 7, 2006
  • Label: RCA (#88697032399)
  • Format: DVD
14 1 5
2008 Live at Wembley Stadium
  • Released: August 25, 2008
  • Label: RCA (#377594)
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
3 2 7 1
2011 Foo Fighters: Back and Forth
  • Released: June 2011
  • Label: Columbia Records
  • Format: DVD, Blu-ray
1 1 1 1
2014 Foo Fighters: Sonic Highways
  • Released: October 6, 2014[135]
  • Label: Roswell Films, LLC
  • Format: Digital download, DVD, Blu-ray
1 1 1
"—" denotes videos that did not chart.

Music videos[edit]

Year Song Director(s)
1995 "I'll Stick Around" Gerald Casale[136]
1996 "Big Me" Jesse Peretz[136]
1997 "Monkey Wrench" Dave Grohl[136]
"Everlong" Michel Gondry[136]
1998 "My Hero" Dave Grohl[136]
"Walking After You" Matthew Rolston[136]
1999 "Learn to Fly" Jesse Peretz[136]
2000 "Generator" Jon Olb[137]
"Breakout" The Malloys[136]
"Next Year" Phil Harder[138]
2002 "The One" Jesse Peretz[139]
"All My Life" Dave Grohl[140]
"Walking a Line" Jordyn Blum and Chris Osterhus[140]
"Times Like These" (early version) Liam Lynch[141][142]
"Times Like These" Marc Klasfeld[142]
"Times Like These" (acoustic version) Dave Grohl and Bill Yukich[143]
2004 "Low" Jesse Peretz[136]
2005 "Best of You" Mark Pellington[136]
"DOA" Mike Palmieri[144]
"Resolve"
2006 "No Way Back" Nick Wickham[145]
2007 "The Pretender" Sam Brown[146]
"Long Road to Ruin" Jesse Peretz[136]
2009 "Wheels" Sam Brown[146]
2011 "White Limo" Dave Grohl[147]
"Rope"[147]
"Bridge Burning" (Contest Winner Version*) Will Doyle & Richard Peete[148]
"Rope" (Contest Winner Version*) Djay Brawner[149]
"Dear Rosemary" (Contest Winner Version*) Karl Richter[150]
"White Limo" (Contest Winner Version*) Randy Scott Slavin[151]
"Arlandria" (Contest Winner Version*) Nicholas Spaventa[152]
"These Days" (Contest Winner Version*) Jay Hollinsworth[153]
"Back & Forth" (Contest Winner Version*) Justin Staggs[154]
"A Matter of Time" (Contest Winner Version*) Genie Wiggins[155]
"Miss the Misery" (Contest Winner Version*) Pete Levin[156]
"I Should Have Known" (Contest Winner Version*) Daniel Fickle[157]
"Walk" (Contest Winner Version*) Phil Hodges[158]
"Walk" Sam Jones[159]
"Hot Buns" Dave Grohl[160]
"Dear Rosemary" Tim Burton
"Arlandria" Nick Wickham[145]
2012 "These Days" Wayne Isham[161]
2014 "Something From Nothing" Dave Grohl
"The Feast and the Famine"
"In the Clear"
2015 "Congregation"
"What Did I Do? / God as My Witness
"Outside"
"Subterranean"
"I Am a River"
2017 "Run"
"The Sky Is A Neighborhood"
2020 "Shame Shame" Paola Kudacki[162][163]
2021 "Waiting On A War"
"No Son Of Mine" Danny Clinch & Emlyn Davies[164]
"Chasing Birds" Emlyn Davies[165]
* "Contest Winner Version" videos were commissioned and paid for by Foo Fighters and RCA Records.

Directors were picked from a national contest.[166]

Other appearances[edit]

Year Song Album
1995 "I'll Stick Around" A Flavour of the Label 4
"This is a Call" MTV Fresh
1996 "Alone+Easy Target" Big Shiny Tunes[167]
"This Is a Call" Triple J Hottest 100 Volume 3[168]
"Down in the Park" Songs in the Key of X: Music From and Inspired by The X-Files[167]
1997 "Drive Me Wild" Sound as a Pound
"Wind Up" Melody Maker Planet Rock
"This Is a Call" (live) Tibetan Freedom Concert[167]
"Dear Lover" Scream 2: Music From The Dimension Motion Picture[167]
1998 "New Way Home" Dr. Martens/Capitol Records Music Sampler
"Baker Street" Come Again / Essential Interpretations[167]
"A320" Godzilla Soundtrack[167]
"Walking After You" The X-Files: The Album[167]
"Friend of a Friend" (live) Melody Maker: Steve Lamacq's Bootleg Session
"My Hero" Big Shiny Tunes 3
"Monkey Wrench" Triple J Hottest 100, Volume 5[167]
1999 "My Hero" Varsity Blues Soundtrack[167]
"I'll Stick Around" MTV: The First 1000 Years: Rock[167]
2000 "Have a Cigar" (with Brian May) Music from and Inspired by Mission: Impossible II[167]
"Breakout" Me, Myself & Irene Soundtrack[167]
"Everlong" (live) Cold: Live at the Chapel
"My Hero" (Worcester Firefighters Tribute mix) WAAF Survive This![167]
"My Hero" (live) Live X6 Walk Unafraid
"Learn to Fly" Triple J Hottest 100, Volume 7[169]
2001 "Generator" Triple J Hottest 100, Volume 8[167]
"Win or Lose" Music from the Motion Picture Out Cold[167]
"The One" Orange County: The Soundtrack[167]
2002 "Generator" Big Day Out Disrespective
"The One" Big Day Out 03[167]
2003 "All My Life" Triple J Hottest 100, Volume 10
"Times Like These" American Wedding: Music From the Motion Picture[167]
2004 "Gas Chamber" Rock Against Bush, Vol. 2[167]
"Learn to Fly" Committed 2 Rock[167]
2005 "All My Life" Later with Jools Holland: World[167]
2006 "DOA" (live) Radio 1's Live Lounge[167]
"Best of You" Grammy Nominees 2006[167]
"DOA" triple j – Hottest 100: Vol 13[167]
2007 "Danny Says" CBGB Forever[167]
"Band on the Run" Radio 1 Established 1967[167]
"Razor" Catch and Release soundtrack[167]
"Times Like These" (live) Radio 1's Live Lounge – Volume 2[167]
"Times Like These" (live) Live Earth: The Concerts for a Climate in Crisis[167]
2008 "The Pretender" Triple J Hottest 100 Volume 15[167]
2010 "Virginia Moon" (featuring Norah Jones) ...Featuring[167]
2011 "My Hero" Songs for Japan[167]
"Times Like These" The Best of BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge[167]
"Walk" Thor soundtrack[BL][170]
"Miss the Misery" Real Steel soundtrack[167]
"Requiem (BBC live version)" Absolute Respect[171]
2013 "Fortunate Son" Wrote a Song for Everyone[167]
2017 "Soldier" 7-Inches for Planned Parenthood

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Medium Rare did not enter the US Billboard 200, but peaked at number five on the US Vinyl Albums Chart.[59]
  2. ^ Songs from the Laundry Room did not enter the US Billboard 200, but peaked at number 20 on the US Vinyl Albums Chart.[59]
  3. ^ "This is a Call" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 35 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay (Radio Songs).[82]
  4. ^ "I'll Stick Around" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay (Radio Songs) chart.[82]
  5. ^ "Big Me" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay (Radio Songs) chart.[82]
  6. ^ "Monkey Wrench" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 58 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay (Radio Songs) chart.[82]
  7. ^ "Monkey Wrench" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number three on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  8. ^ "Everlong" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 42 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay (Radio Songs) chart.[82]
  9. ^ "My Hero" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 59 on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay (Radio Songs) chart.[82]
  10. ^ The original version of "Walking After You" appeared on the album The Colour and the Shape. However the version that appeared on the X-Files soundtrack and was released as a single was a re-recorded version.
  11. ^ "Walking After You" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number 16 on the US Adult Alternative Airplay chart.[85]
  12. ^ "Learn to Fly" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number 14 on the US Rock Digital Song Sales chart.[86]
  13. ^ "Stacked Actors" was released only in Australia as a limited edition single.
  14. ^ "Stacked Actors" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number eight on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  15. ^ "Generator" was released only in Australia and as a limited edition single in Europe.
  16. ^ "Breakout" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number 10 on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  17. ^ "The One" was only released in Australia but was made available by import in the US and UK.
  18. ^ "The One" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 21 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[87]
  19. ^ "The One" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number 21 on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  20. ^ "All My Life" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number five on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  21. ^ "Times Like These" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number 23 on the US Rock Airplay chart.[88]
  22. ^ "Times Like These" did not enter the Billboard Canadian Hot 100, but peaked at number 48 on the Hot Canadian Digital Song Sales chart.[89]
  23. ^ "Low" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 10 on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart.[90]
  24. ^ "Low" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number 23 on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  25. ^ "Low" did not enter the Billboard Canadian Hot 100, but peaked at number 30 on the Hot Canadian Digital Song Sales chart.[89]
  26. ^ "Best of You" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number one on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  27. ^ "DOA" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number seven on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  28. ^ "No Way Back" and "Cold Day in the Sun" were released together as a double A-side single and therefore the singles chart positions apply to both songs but the airplay charts only apply to "No Way Back".
  29. ^ "No Way Back" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number seven on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  30. ^ "The Pretender" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number one on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  31. ^ "Long Road to Ruin" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number two on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  32. ^ "Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)" was released as a downloadable single in the UK only.
  33. ^ "Let It Die" was released as a downloadable single only.
  34. ^ "Let It Die" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales chart,[90] on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number 6,[87] and on the Hot 100 Airplay (Radio Songs) at number 85.[82]
  35. ^ "Let It Die" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs, which did not exist before 2009, but peaked at number four on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  36. ^ "These Days" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 11 on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart.[93]
  37. ^ "Something from Nothing" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number one on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles.[95]
  38. ^ "Congregation" did not enter the Netherlands' Single Top 100 but peaked at number 24 on the Netherlands' Single Tip Chart.[96]
  39. ^ "Run" did not enter the Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 43 on the Billboard Digital Songs chart,[97] and on the Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles chart at number 6.[95]
  40. ^ "Run" did not enter the Netherlands' Single Top 100 but peaked at number 23 on the Netherlands' Single Tip Chart.[98]
  41. ^ "Run" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number two on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[99]
  42. ^ "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" did not enter the Billboard Canadian Hot 100, but peaked at number 37 on the Canadian All-format Airplay chart.[100]
  43. ^ "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" did not enter the Netherlands' Single Top 100 but peaked at number 24 on the Netherlands' Single Tip Chart.[101]
  44. ^ "The Sky Is a Neighborhood" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number seven on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[102]
  45. ^ "The Line" did not enter the Billboard Canadian Hot 100, but peaked at number 50 on the Canadian All-format Airplay chart.[100]
  46. ^ "Shame Shame" did not enter the US Billboard Hot 100 but peaked at number 32 on the US Billboard Digital Songs chart.[103]
  47. ^ "Shame Shame" did not enter the Australian ARIA Singles Chart but peaked at number 40 on the ARIA Digital Track Chart.[104]
  48. ^ "Shame Shame" did not enter the Canadian Hot 100 but peaked at number 23 on the Canadian Hot Digital Songs chart.[89]
  49. ^ "Shame Shame" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number nine on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[105]
  50. ^ "No Son of Mine" did not enter the Alternative Airplay chart, but peaked at number 15 on the Alternative Digital Songs chart.[106]
  51. ^ "No Son of Mine" did not enter the Canadian Hot 100 but peaked at number 49 on the Canadian Hot Digital Songs chart.[89]
  52. ^ "No Son of Mine" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number six on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[107]
  53. ^ "No Son of Mine" did not enter the UK Singles Chart, but peaked at number 51 on the UK Singles Downloads Chart.[108]
  54. ^ "Waiting on a War" did not enter the Australian ARIA Singles Chart but peaked at number 33 on the ARIA Digital Track Chart.[109]
  55. ^ "Waiting on a War" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number 10 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[105]
  56. ^ "Making a Fire" did not enter the Billboard Canadian Hot 100, but peaked at number 50 on the Canadian All-format Airplay chart.[100]
  57. ^ "Making a Fire" did not enter the Netherlands' Single Top 100 but peaked at number 23 on the Netherlands' Airplay Top 50 Chart.[110]
  58. ^ "Making a Fire" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number six on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[105]
  59. ^ "Baker Street" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs but peaked at number 20 on the US Active Rock chart.[83]
  60. ^ "Make It Right" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number six on the NZ Heatseeker Singles Chart.[123]
  61. ^ "Arrows" did not enter the Sverigetopplistan Top 100 Singles chart, but peaked at number 16 on the Sverigetopplistan Heatseeker chart.[124]
  62. ^ "Cloudspotter" did not enter the NZ Top 40 Singles Chart but peaked at number 13 on the NZ Hot Singles Chart.[105]
  63. ^ "You Should Be Dancing" did not enter the US Hot Rock & Alternative Songs but peaked at number 25 on the US Rock Digital Song Sales chart.[86]
  64. ^ "Walk" plays during the film, but is not featured on the Thor soundtrack album.

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