|"Love Remains the Same"|
|Single by Gavin Rossdale|
|from the album Wanderlust|
|Released||May 1, 2008 (U.S.)|
|Songwriter(s)||G. Rossdale M. Frederiksen|
|Gavin Rossdale singles chronology|
"Love Remains the Same" is a song by British artist Gavin Rossdale. It was released in May 2008 as the lead single from his album Wanderlust . It entered the Billboard Hot 100 at #76 and peaked at #27. It unexpectedly became Rossdale's first Top-40 hit in the United States since 1995 when his former band Bush scored hits with "Comedown" and "Glycerine". It has since become more successful than Rossdale's biggest hits with Bush from the mid-1990s and is now his most successful track.
CD German single (0602517733183)
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||24|
|Canada (Canadian Hot 100)||28|
|Germany (Official German Charts)||52|
|Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)||71|
|US Adult Contemporary ( Billboard )||6|
|US Adult Top 40 ( Billboard )||2|
|US Alternative Airplay ( Billboard )||33|
|US Billboard Hot 100||27|
|US Mainstream Top 40 ( Billboard )||20|
|US Billboard Hot 100||94|
|US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)||11|
|US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)||8|
|US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)||32|
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