On the September 9, 2000 Modern Rock chart, Green Day debuted at #17 with "Minority"; it would go on to spend five weeks at #1. In a weird coincidence, it debuted at #117 on the Bubbling Under chart that same week and also reached the top position, #101. In addition, "Minority" peaked at #42 on Radio and Records' pop chart.
While Green Day was debuting, Blink-182 was in their last week on the Modern Rock chart with "Adam's Song". It spent its 26th week on the chart at #26, having peaked at #2 for seven weeks. Like Green Day, they also hit #101 on the Bubbling Under chart.
Following the success of "A Little Less Conversation" the previous year, a remix of Elvis Presley's "Rubberneckin'" by producer Paul Oakenfold was released in 2003. This version debuted at its peak of #94 on the September 27 Hot 100.
Debuting at #29 on the Adult Top 40 chart this week in 2002, "Breathe Your Name" by Sixpence None the Richer went on to peak at #18 the following month. It was the first single off the album Divine Discontent, which also contained their cover of Crowded House's "Don't Dream It's Over" (posted here in 2019).