Billboard Charts Archive

Top Rock Albums - 2013 Archive

Issue Date Title Artist
January 5 The World From The Side Of The Moon Phillip Phillips
January 12 Night Visions Imagine Dragons
January 19 Babel Mumford & Sons
January 26 Notes From The Underground Hollywood Undead
February 2 The Lumineers The Lumineers
February 9
February 16 Heartthrob Tegan And Sara
February 23 Babel Mumford & Sons
March 2
March 9
March 16 Amok Atoms For Peace
March 23 People, Hell And Angels Jimi Hendrix
March 30 What About Now Bon Jovi
April 6 Night Visions Imagine Dragons
April 13 Delta Machine Depeche Mode
April 20 Disarm The Descent Killswitch Engage
April 27 Paramore Paramore
May 4 Save Rock And Roll Fall Out Boy
May 11 Bankrupt! Phoenix
May 18 Night Visions Imagine Dragons
May 25 The Great Gatsby: Music From Baz Luhrmann's Film Soundtrack
June 1 Modern Vampires Of The City Vampire Weekend
June 8 Trouble Will Find Me The National
June 15 The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here Alice In Chains
June 22 ...Like Clockwork Queens Of The Stone Age
June 29 13 Black Sabbath
July 6
July 13 Rise Skillet
July 20 Night Visions Imagine Dragons
July 27
August 3
August 10
August 17 The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell: Volume 1 Five Finger Death Punch
August 24 The Civil Wars The Civil Wars
August 31
September 7 Paradise Valley John Mayer
September 14 Hail To The King Avenged Sevenfold
September 21 Hesitation Marks Nine Inch Nails
September 28 AM Arctic Monkeys
October 5 From Here To Now To You Jack Johnson
October 12 Mechanical Bull Kings Of Leon
October 19 Pure Heroine Lorde
October 26 Too Weird To Live, Too Rare To Die! Panic! At The Disco
November 2 Lightning Bolt Pearl Jam
November 9
November 16 Reflektor Arcade Fire
November 23 Pure Heroine Lorde
November 30 On Air: Live At The BBC Volume 2 The Beatles
December 7 The Wrong Side Of Heaven And The Righteous Side Of Hell: Volume 2 Five Finger Death Punch
December 14 Night Visions Imagine Dragons
December 21 Pure Heroine Lorde
December 28

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