The single Lil Durk released on Tuesday, “AHHH HA” (Alamo), sits atop the Apple Music songs chart this Flipover Friday, while the iTunes Top 10 is awash in nostalgia: ’80s pop-rock and metal bands, pop-punks from the ’00s and a blues-rocker saluting one of the great bands of the ’70s.

Tears for Fears is in the lead-off position with their first album in 17 years, Tipping Point (TFF UK/Concord). Avril Lavigne’s seventh studio album, Love Sux (DTA/Elektra), is right behind at #2 and the Scorpions, who've been recording for half a century, have their first full-length in seven years, Rock Believer (Vertigo Berlin/UMG), at #5.

Dashboard Confessional slakes the thirst for turn-of-the-century emo, with All the Truth That I Can Tell (Hidden Note/AWAL) at #7, and the songs of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant populate Beth Hart’s A Tribute to Led Zeppelin (Mascot/Provogue), at #8. If that isn’t enough from the Wayback Machine, there’s also a new Judy Collins record, at #20.

Four other new arrivals join the Top 10. Metalcore band Bad Omens is #3 with The Death of Peace of Mind (Sumerian); Masayoshi Soken’s soundtrack to the video game Endwalker: Final Fantasy XIV I (Square Enix) is #6; and Robert Glasper’s Black Radio III (Loma Vista) tunes in at #9.

Kodak Black’s Back for Everything (Atlantic) rounds out the Top 10 and is the top new arrival at Apple Music albums, opening at #4.