Remixes from Greg Cohen, Eric Kupper and Drew G, among others, helped propel the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band back to the top.
'THIS' IS No. 1: On Hot Dance/Electronic Songs, The Chainsmokers and Coldplay return for a seventh cumulative week at No. 1 with "Something Just Like This" (2-1), earning top Airplay Gainer honors (114 million impressions, up 13 percent, according to Nielsen Music). The song also becomes The Chainsmokers' fifth No. 1, and Coldplay's first, on Dance/Mix Show Airplay.
Also on Dance/Mix Show Airplay, Jax Jones earns his first top 10 as a lead (and second total) with "You Don't Know Me," featuring Raye (11-10), who revels in her first. Additionally, the track starts at No. 23 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs, marking Jones' first appearance on the list (and Raye's second), with 3.8 million U.S. streams (up 31 percent).
'STAY' MOVES: Zedd and Alessia Cara climb 2-1 on Dance/Electronic Streaming Songs with "Stay" (19 million U.S. streams, up 3 percent). It's Zedd's third leader (and Cara's first), tying him with PSY for second-most in the chart's four-year history. The Chainsmokers lead with four No. 1s.
GRADE A: Armin van Buuren arrives at No. 6 on Dance/Electronic Album Sales with A State of Trance 2017: Mixed By (1,000 copies sold). It's the trance king's 32nd charted title, upping his record (Tiesto trails with 20). The album is van Buuren's 14th top 10; he's peaked as high as No. 2 with 2013's Intense.
ATB (a.k.a. Andre Tanneberger) also brings trance to Dance/Electronic Album Sales, entering at No. 8 with Next (1,000 albums sold). It's the German DJ's first chart appearance since 2011 and his second top 10, after a more-than 15-year break: Trance Nation America Two (by ATB/George Acosta) hit No. 7 in September 2001.