Is rock music dying?
Just three rock tracks have made an appearance in the 100 best selling singles of 2010, according to research by Music Week. Does this mean that rock music is dying?
Rock used to regularly take up most of the chart placings, but this was the genre's worst showing since the 1960s.
Journey's Don't Stop Believin' received a new lease of life 29 years after its first release thanks to the US show Glee, while Florence and the Machine's Dog Days Are Over and Anthony Newley's Why, were the only other two rock tracks to make a massive impression on the charts last year.
Rock concert sales are also down, but could this just be a blip? Is a rock revival on the way? Why is there such a rock drought in the sales charts? What type of music do you listen to?
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