presents The Top Pop Songs
Of All Time !
We have ranked the top pop songs that have charted over the past
50+ years on The ARC Weekly Top 40 and Billboard Hot 100, and
come up with
a definitive list that will continue to expand as we add to it,
and continue to modify as new songs chart on The ARC Weekly Top
The Lumineers consist of
Wesley Schultz, Jeremiah Fraites, Neyla Pekarek
and hail from Colorado and New Jersey. The trio
originally started as a duo - the result of
Schultz and Fraites coping with the drug overdose
of Fraites' brother in 2002. The duo wrote and
performed songs under a number of band names
including 'Free Beer' and 'Wesley Jeremihah.' Jay
Van Dyke joined the band in 2008 as the band
transitioned from '6Cheek' to 'The Lumineers.'
Van Dyke would later file a lawsuit claiming more
involvement with the group than described by the
trio. In 2010, Pekarek joined the duo after
responding a Craigslist ad.
April 30: The Lumineers topped the
Billboard 200 LP chart for 1 week, the Digital
Albums chart for 1 week, the Album Sales chart
for 1 week, the Rock Albums chart for 1 week, and
the Alternative Albums chart for 2 weeks with Cleopatra. The LP also topped the LP
charts in Canada, and the Top 10 in Australia,
Ireland, New Zealand, and Switzerland.
June 11: The Lumineers topped the
Billboard Alternative Songs chart for 4 weeks
Released: April 3, 2012 US: Platinum Billboard Top
peak: # 2 Billboard # 1: Rock Albums,
Alternative Albums Grammy Nominee:Best
American Album Rolling Stone: Tracks: "Flowers In Your
Hair" - "Classy Girls" -
"Submarines" - "Dead Sea"
- "Ho Hey" - "Slow It
Down" - "Stubborn Love" -
"Big Parade" - "Charlie
Boy" - "Flapper Girl" -
Released: April 8, 2016 US: Gold Billboard Top
peak: # 1 (for 1
week) Billboard # 1: Digital Albums, Album
Sales, Rock Albums, Alternative Albums Tracks: "Sleep On The
Floor" - "Ophelia" -
"Cleopatra" - "Gun Song"
- "Angela" - "In The
Light" - "Gale Song" -
"Long Way From Home" - "Sick
In The Head" - "My Eyes" -
Note: Song title and position
links lead you to the song's ARC Weekly Top 40 chart run, LP links take
you to Amazon.com for that LP's info (often
including track listings and track samples), and
single cover art takes you to Amazon.com for that CD single (if
available). Songs charting prior to 1980 have
information from Billboard magazine.