No More Tears - Charts


Chart (1991) Peak
The Billboard 200 7
Australian ARIA Album Chart 49

Singles - Billboard (North America)

Year Single Chart Position
1991 "No More Tears" Mainstream Rock Tracks 5
1992 "Time After Time" Mainstream Rock Tracks 6
1992 "Road To Nowhere" Mainstream Rock Tracks 3
1992 "No More Tears" The Billboard Hot 100 71
1992 "Mr. Tinkertrain" Mainstream Rock Tracks 34
1992 "Mama, I'm Coming Home" The Billboard Hot 100 28
1992 "Mama, I'm Coming Home" Mainstream Rock Tracks 2

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