List of RPM number-one alternative rock singles

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This is a list of RPM magazine's Rock/Alternative number-one singles of its entire publication from June 11, 1995 to November 6, 2000. There are also some records listed.

Contents

Records

Chart history

Issue dateSongArtistWeeks at
No. 1
Ref(s)
June 11, 1995"More Human than Human" White Zombie 1 [1]
June 19, 1995"Misery" Soul Asylum 3 [2]
July 10, 1995"Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" U2 2 [3]
July 24, 1995"This Is a Call" Foo Fighters 4 [4]
August 21, 1995"Tomorrow" Silverchair 3 [5]
September 11, 1995"J.A.R." Green Day 1 [6]
September 18, 1995"Comedown" Bushx 2 [7]
October 2, 1995"Lump" The Presidents of the United States of America 1 [8]
October 9, 1995"Name" Goo Goo Dolls 1 [9]
October 16, 1995"Geek Stink Breath"Green Day3 [10]
November 6, 1995"Bullet with Butterfly Wings" The Smashing Pumpkins 4 [11]
December 4, 1995"My Friends" Red Hot Chili Peppers 3 [12]
January 8, 1996"One of Us" Joan Osborne 1 [13]
January 15, 1996"Wonderwall" Oasis 2 [14]
January 29, 1996"Brain Stew"Green Day3 [15]
February 19, 1996"1979"The Smashing Pumpkins1 [16]
February 26, 1996"Peaches"The Presidents of the United States of America3 [17]
March 18, 1996"Ironic" Alanis Morissette 1 [18]
March 25, 1996"Zero"The Smashing Pumpkins1 [19]
April 1, 1996"Aeroplane"Red Hot Chili Peppers1 [20]
April 8, 1996"Big Bang Baby" Stone Temple Pilots 2 [21]
April 22, 1996"Champagne Supernova"Oasis1 [22]
April 29, 1996"Big Bang Baby"Stone Temple Pilots1 [21]
May 6, 1996"Champagne Supernova"Oasis1 [22]
May 13, 1996"Machinehead"Bushx1 [23]
May 20, 1996"Ahead by a Century" The Tragically Hip 1 [24]
May 27, 1996"Pretty Noose" Soundgarden 3 [25]
June 17, 1996"One More Astronaut" I Mother Earth 1 [26]
June 24, 1996"Pretty Noose"Soundgarden3 [25]
July 15, 1996"Trippin' on a Hole in a Paper Heart"Stone Temple Pilots4 [27]
August 12, 1996"Burden in My Hand"Soundgarden3 [28]
September 2, 1996"Who You Are" Pearl Jam 2 [29]
September 16, 1996"Standing Outside a Broken Phone Booth with Money in My Hand" Primitive Radio Gods 1 [30]
September 23, 1996"E-Bow the Letter" R.E.M. 1 [31]
September 30, 1996"If It Makes You Happy" Sheryl Crow 1 [32]
October 7, 1996"Novocaine for the Soul" Eels 2 [33]
October 21, 1996"Muzzle"The Smashing Pumpkins2 [34]
November 4, 1996"Aneurysm" Nirvana 3 [35]
November 25, 1996"Stinkfist" Tool 1 [36]
December 2, 1996"Swallowed"Bushx4 [37]
January 20, 1997"#1 Crush" Garbage 2 [38]
February 3, 1997"Discothèque"U25 [39]
March 10, 1997"Lakini's Juice" Live 2 [40]
March 24, 1997"Abuse Me" Silverchair 2 [41]
April 7, 1997"Precious Declaration" Collective Soul 2 [42]
April 21, 1997"The New Pollution" Beck 1 [43]
April 28, 1997"Staring at the Sun"U23 [44]
May 19, 1997"The Impression That I Get" The Mighty Mighty Bosstones 2 [45]
June 2, 1997"Song 2" Blur 4 [46]
June 30, 1997"The End Is the Beginning Is the End"The Smashing Pumpkins2 [47]
July 14, 1997"If You Could Only See" Tonic 1 [48]
July 21, 1997"The Difference" The Wallflowers 2 [49]
August 4, 1997"Last Night on Earth"U21 [50]
August 11, 1997"Building a Mystery" Sarah McLachlan 1 [51]
August 18, 1997"Fly" Sugar Ray 1 [52]
August 25, 1997"D'You Know What I Mean?"Oasis1 [53]
September 1, 1997"Fly"Sugar Ray1 [52]
September 8, 1997"D'You Know What I Mean?"Oasis1 [53]
September 15, 1997"Anybody Seen My Baby?" The Rolling Stones 2 [54]
September 29, 1997"Walkin' on the Sun" Smash Mouth 1 [55]
October 6, 1997"Hitchin' a Ride"Green Day1 [56]
October 13, 1997"Don't Go Away"Oasis1 [57]
October 20, 1997"Walkin' on the Sun"Smash Mouth4 [55]
November 17, 1997"Tubthumping" Chumbawamba 2 [58]
December 1, 1997"Everything to Everyone" Everclear 3 [59]
January 12, 1998"3 A.M." Matchbox Twenty 2 [60]
January 26, 1998"Bitter Sweet Symphony" The Verve 2 [61]
February 9, 1998"3 A.M."Matchbox Twenty1 [60]
February 16, 1998"Given to Fly"Pearl Jam1 [62]
February 23, 1998"Sex and Candy" Marcy Playground 7 [63]
April 13, 1998"I Will Buy You a New Life"Everclear1 [64]
April 20, 1998"Sex and Candy"Marcy Playground1 [63]
April 27, 1998"The Way" Fastball 4 [65]
May 25, 1998"Wishlist"Pearl Jam1 [66]
June 1, 1998"Heroes"The Wallflowers6 [67]
July 13, 1998"Poets"The Tragically Hip12 [68]
October 5, 1998"The Scene" Big Sugar 1 [69]
October 12, 1998"Got the Life" Korn 1 [70]
October 19, 1998"Celebrity Skin" Hole 2 [71]
November 2, 1998"Got the Life"Korn1 [70]
November 9, 1998"Dragula" Rob Zombie 1 [72]
November 16, 1998"Do You Want to Get Heavy" Jon Spencer Blues Explosion 5 [73]
Dec 15, 1998-Apr 11, 1999No chartsNo charts [74]
April 12, 1999"Free Girl Now" Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 1 [75]
April 19, 1999"Heavy"Collective Soul2 [76]
May 3, 1999"Free Girl Now"Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers1 [77]
May 10, 1999"Mas Tequila" Sammy Hagar 2 [78]
May 24, 1999"Lit Up" Buckcherry 3 [79]
June 14, 1999"Heaven Coming Down" The Tea Party 6 [80]
July 26, 1999"Scar Tissue"Red Hot Chili Peppers5 [81]
August 30, 1999"Smooth" Santana featuring Rob Thomas 2 [82]
September 13, 1999"One Man Army" Our Lady Peace 1 [83]
September 20, 1999"Enemy" Days of the New 4 [84]
October 18, 1999"One Man Army"Our Lady Peace1 [83]
October 25, 1999"Enemy"Days of the New1 [84]
November 1, 1999"The Dolphin's Cry"Live1 [85]
November 8, 1999"Enemy"Days of the New1 [84]
November 15, 1999"Learn to Fly"Foo Fighters6 [86]
January 10, 2000"Take a Picture" Filter 1 [87]
January 17, 2000"Learn to Fly"Foo Fighters1 [86]
January 24, 2000"Take a Picture"Filter7 [87]
March 13, 2000"Load Me Up" Matthew Good Band 1 [88]
March 20, 2000"Otherside"Red Hot Chili Peppers6 [89]
May 1, 2000"Everything You Want" Vertical Horizon 1 [90]
May 8, 2000"Kryptonite" 3 Doors Down 5 [91]
June 12, 2000"Bent"Matchbox Twenty2 [92]
June 26, 2000"Kryptonite"3 Doors Down5 [91]
July 31, 2000"With Arms Wide Open" Creed 1 [93]
August 7, 2000"Wonderful"Everclear2 [94]
August 21, 2000"Californication"Red Hot Chili Peppers5 [95]
September 25, 2000"Beautiful Day"U27 [96]

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