From now on (April 2013) with each weeks chart facts I will be posting album discographies.
You can still ask your questions here too, and above are the links to the two previous Album pages.
LEGEND: A = Album G = Greatest Hits L = Live X = Christmas S = Soundtrack T = Tribute Album A1.2 = a second repackaged version of the original albums ® = Re-Entry HP = Highest Position WI = Weeks In (Top 100) 6a = the "a" stands for accumulated weeks in the Top 100 Go-S = Go Set chart information Last edited:
Hi All. Just enquiring about the highest chart positions (if they charted at all) of the following four albums: Bryan Ferry "In Your Mind" (1977), Elvis Presley: "Elvis Country (I'm 10,000 Years Old)" (1971), Dave Crosby: "If Only I Could Remember My Name" (1971), Journey: "Frontiers" (1983). Thanks
Hi bulion and thx in advance. I'm after 50+ charting by Hillsong and its related minions: Hills Christian Life Centre, Hillsong Church, Hillsong Worship, Hillsong United, Hillsong Chapel, Hillsong Young & Free, Hillsong Kids, and Youth Alive.
Hi bulion, just wondering if the following charted in Australia: Any of Dead or Alive's albums besides Nukleopatra Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome soundtrack (1985) ...Calling All Stations... - Genesis (1997) Twenty Four Seven - Tina Turner (1999)
Hi all, I've got three album enquiries. What were the highest chart positions for: 'Fables of the Reconstruction' by R.E.M. (1985) 'Heart Shaped World' by Chris Isaak (1989) 'Year of the Cat' by Al Stewart (1976) Ta.
Is it possible to get the top 50 chart runs for the following. Thanks Icehouse - Flowers Kick - INXS (original run) Led Zeppelin 1, 2, 3, 4 and Houses of The holy Whispering Jack - John Farnham Born In The USA - Bruce Springsteen Hot August Night - Neil Diamond (original run) Purple Rain - Prince Bat Out of Hell - Meat Loaf Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Beatles and Abbey Road by The Beatles. Last edited:
Hi folks, and a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you all !! Just a couple of quickies. What were the highest chart pozzies for Bryan Ferry - The Bride Stripped Bare (1978) Warren Zevon - The Wind (2003) and also, I'm wondering what the #1 albums were on these dates: Sept 25 1965 Sept 24 1966 Am I right in thinking that the Australian album charts began in 1965? Cheers Last edited:
Bryan Ferry - The Bride Stripped Bare (1978) HP-32 (6-Nov-78) Warren Zevon - The Wind (2003) - didnt chart
and also, I'm wondering what the #1 albums were on these dates: Sept 25 1965 - Help! - The Beatles / Soundtrack Sept 24 1966 - The Sound of Music - Soundtrack Am I right in thinking that the Australian album charts began in 1965 - 9-Jan-65 is the first chart.