The band's first LP From Them, Through Us, To You bore the modern rock radio hit House Of Cards; and the follow-up single Here I Stand garnered heavy rotation on MTV and Fuse.
What does MRR stand for?
MRR stands for Modern Rock Radio
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Their debut US single Club Foot was play-listed at over 40 Modern Rock radio stations and the band have appeared on various TV shows, including Letterman, Jimmy Kimmel and The Late Late Show.
In America the group's Bee Gees-ian retro-fit of "Comfortably Numb" became a dance club staple, while the funky "Take Your Mama" shook up modern rock radio.
No Doubt had invested relentless energy into ``Tragic Kingdom,'' an album that took three years to complete and launched the band worldwide thanks to regular air play on modern rock radio and an appearance at a holiday concert for KROQ-FM (106.
This is the first time Metallica have ever scored a Top 5 hit at Modern Rock radio in its career.
A perennial gold-selling artist, Seether currently has two top ten hits at active and modern rock radio simultaneously with "Fake It" and their follow-up smash "Rise Above This".
The song has had strong support at modern rock radio, hitting the Top 10 at more than 50 stations nationwide.
With over 25 million plays on MySpace and 300,000 spins to date, Texas-bred FLYLEAF has already spawned two powerful singles, "I'm So Sick," and "Fully Alive" both of which were played on major market active rock radio, modern rock radio, MTV 2, Fuse and Yahoo Music.