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New Releases w/c Friday 28th April, 2017

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DL   King of the RingAdrenaline MobSony
DL   Hip HopperBlac Youngsta feat Lil' YachtySony
DL   Something Just Like This (Remix Pack)The Chainsmokers & ColdplaySony
DL   AntidoteDream EvilSony
DL   The Father the SunEmpire Cast feat Jussie SmollettSony
DL   ElevatedEmpire Cast feat YazzSony
DL   Seven Headed WhoreIced EarthSony
DL   Two Hearts (Part II)Jackie EvanchoSony
DL   Remember Me (The Remixes)Jennifer HudsonSony
DL   JurameJulio Iglesias & Juan Luis GuerraSony
DL   Boy K.I.D. feat CupcakkeSony
DL   SupersoakaKid InkSony
DL   First TimeKygo & Ellie GouldingSony
DL   ListenLiisi LaFontaineSony
DL   No More Sad Songs (Acoustic)Little MixSony
DL   Everybody Gets HighMissioSony
DL   I Know a Place (MNEK Remix)Muna x MNEKSony
DLVS V-29thHandsPoint Point feat Denae MooreSony
DL   Skin (Remixes)Rag'N'Bone ManSony
DL   Cherry HillRussSony
DL  V-29thDandelionsRuth B.Sony
DL   Blessings (EP Version)Tom WalkerSony
DLVS  Say My NameTove StrykeSony
DL   I Should Go to Church SometimeTyler FarrSony
DL   I Better Love You (Remixes)Will HeardSony
 VS  JuiceLady LeshurrSony
 VS  BewitchedLedisi feat Zaire Park & Billy PorterSony
 VS  H.O.E. (Heaven on Earth)LunchMoney Lewis feat Ty Dolla $ignSony
 VS  No Such Thing as a Broken HeartOld DominionSony
DL   No ProphetGuthrieMGM
DL   BrightPassafireMGM
DLVS  Raised in the Wild1 AMVRKAUniversal
DLVS  Another LifeAfrojack & David Guetta feat Ester DeanUniversal
DLVS  RunawayAlvaro feat James FrancisUniversal
DL   FrancesAmelia WarnerUniversal
DL   I Come RunningAtellaGali feat Silk MatthewsUniversal
DL   King of PainAuraUniversal
DLVS  Be My BabyBea MillerUniversal
DL   SpeakBlond AmbitionUniversal
DL   LightBLU J feat NeweUniversal
DL   To the BoneBombay Bicycle ClubUniversal
DL   Get on My KneesBrian DeadyUniversal
DL   Long Time ComingCheap TrickUniversal
DL   DestinyChe'NelleUniversal
DLVS  Second One to KnowChris StapletonUniversal
DLVS  Good ThingsChristian Rich feat Denai MooreUniversal
DLVS  FeltClean Cut KidUniversal
DL RT Gimme Hope Jo'AnnaCollectif MetisseUniversal
DL   Pull Me OutDebbiUniversal
DL   I Hear You CallingDJ LiciousUniversal
DL   This HouseDrones ClubUniversal
DL   Eyes on the PrizeEric ChurchUniversal
DL   Feed the FireEricka JaneUniversal
DLVS  Write AboutEvangelineUniversal
DL   Two PrincesFake PicturesUniversal
DLVS  911Feid feat NachoUniversal
DL   SmoothForever in Your MindUniversal
DLVS  Human NatureGelabUniversal
DL   Charge Up the PowerGoodbye JuneUniversal
DL   NowGrace MitchellUniversal
DL   Most GirlsHailee SteinfeldUniversal
DLVS  Miss CaliforniaHundred HandedUniversal
DL   Tattoos&BluesJape&PapaUniversal
DL   Passport Home (EP)JP CooperUniversal
DL   Goodbye for NowJuanesUniversal
DL   déjà vuJulia AdamsUniversal
DL   SpektakularJulian DavidUniversal
DL   Novacaine HeartKandace SpringsUniversal
DLVSRT Wherever You GoKarl WolfUniversal
DL   I Choose YouKiana Lede feat PellUniversal
DL   Say My NameKongstedUniversal
DL   In the Dust of Our DaysLambertUniversal
DL   Song for My FatherLouis Hayes feat Gregory PorterUniversal
DLVS  Walpurgis NightLuke BlackUniversal
DL   Healing SongLuneUniversal
DL   When You Feel GoodM.I.L.K.Universal
DL   Following the SunM.I.L.K.Universal
DL   They Always Comes BackMandy JirouxUniversal
DLVS  DownMarian HillUniversal
DL   Gypsy (Catch Me if You Can)Norda & Mike De Ville feat Joanna JonesUniversal
DL   BlackbirdNorma JohnUniversal
DL   One Night StandPapa Snoopy feat Donald & Mr. VIPUniversal
DL   A Dog Called Money / I'll Be WaitingPJ HarveyUniversal
DL   Better Man Than MePokey LaFargeUniversal
DL   Walking on the MoonQUESTUniversal
DL   Our Night to ShinePascal FlattsUniversal Int.
DL   Pop BitchesRebecca & FionaUniversal
DL   I'm Losing My Mind But I'll Do WithoutRecordersUniversal
DL   TomorrowRhymesUniversal
DL   HonestRhys LewisUniversal
DL   Black MagicRuston KellyUniversal
DLVS V-3rdSuperpowersSAARAUniversal
DL   Sandro Cavazza (EP)Sandro CavazzaUniversal Int.
DL   LifeSigmaUniversal
DLVS  DynamiteSigridUniversal
DL   Stay AwaySimon SkylarUniversal
DL RT Calm DownSkip MarleyUniversal
DLVS  CommiserationsSocietyUniversal
DL   Think About UStokleyUniversal
DL   Don't You Feel itSub Focus feat ALMAUniversal
DL   Ca Plane pour MoiThe Anarchy AriasUniversal
DLVS  Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club BandThe BeatlesUniversal Int.
DLVS  With a Little Help from My FriendsThe BeatlesUniversal Int.
DL   Sing My Personal SongThe BossHossUniversal
DL   I WonderThe Him feat LissAUniversal
DLVS  InfluenceTove Lo feat Wiz KhalifaUniversal
DL   LooseTowkio feat Louis the ChildUniversal
DL   DivingTravelleUniversal
DLVS  Fright NightVigilandUniversal
DLVS  Old SoulXamVoloUniversal
DL   1,2,3,4,5YoothUniversal
DL   Never AgainEli Young BandBig Machine/UMA
DL   Gospel TruthJospeh J. JonesCaroline Int./UMA
DL   Land of the LivingPlain White T'sCaroline Int./UMA
DL   Don't Let Me Fade AwayWage WarCaroline Int./UMA
DLVS  Isn't it a PityBernard FanningDew Process/UMA
DL   My FriendsOh WonderDew Process/UMA
DL   JudySam Coffey & the Iron LungsDine Alone/UMA
DL   UndercoverSingle MothersDine Alone/UMA
DL   MerrygoTigerilla feat Dominique Young UniqueEMI Australia/UMA
DL   Let You GoMachine Gun KellyInterscope/UMA
DL RT No VacancyOneRepublicInterscope/UMA
DL   TorchesX AmbassadorsInterscope/UMA
DL   I Beg to DifferDeath Ray Shake feat BoswellM.O.S./UMA
DL   Smooth OperatorJoel Fletcher & Tyron Hapi feat BiancaM.O.S./UMA
DL   I Hear YouKilterM.O.S./UMA
DL   All or NothingLost Frequencies feat Axel EhnstromM.O.S./UMA
DL   LoverTeddy Cream & Szabo feat Timothy BowenM.O.S./UMA
DL   Change DatWeiss (UK)M.O.S./UMA
DL   Would I Lie to YouJohn GibbonsNeon/UMA
DL   Hello HelloFickle FriendsPolydor/UMA
DL   Spotify Live (EP)Off BloomPolydor/UMA
DLVS  BodySean Paul feat MigosPolydor/UMA
DL   GiantsTake ThatPolydor/UMA
DL   This Could BeAnthony HicksPossum/UMA
DL   Kate McCannonColter WallThirty Tigers/UMA
DL   Sneakin' BreadcrumbsLos ColognesThirty Tigers/UMA
DL   I Love YouAxwell/\IngrossoVirgin UK/UMA
DL   More Than You Know (EP)Axwell/\Ingrosso feat Kid InkVirgin UK/UMA
DL   Show You LoveKATO & Sigala feat Hailee SteinfeldVirgin UK/UMA
DL   PlacesMartin Solveig feat Ina WroldsenVirgin UK/UMA
DL   Middle of the NightThe Vamps feat Martin JensenVirgin UK/UMA
DL   We Will BeWilkinson feat Matt WillsVirgin UK/UMA
 VS  GloryBastilleVirgin UK/UMA
 VS  Something About YouJamiroquaiVirgin UK/UMA
 VS  The Great UnknownMighty OaksVirgin UK/UMA
 VS  Put the Cuffs on MeThe TideVirgin UK/UMA
 VS  Paper Chasin'Dave East feat A$AP FergUniversal
 VS  This is My LifeDead by AprilUniversal
 VS  Need You NowDean LewisIsland Aust./UMA
 VS  LosDio feat James WatssUniversal
 VS  When Doves CryDJ R feat VedoUniversal
 VS  PreyStevie ParkerUniversal
  RT Lust for LifeLana Del Ray feat The WeekndInterscope/UMA
DL  29thRaven WingIced EarthSony
DL  29thMode (EP)Lady LeshurrSony
DL  29thThunderImagine DragonsInterscope/UMA
DL  29th1-800-273-8255Logic feat Alessia Cara & KhalidDef Jam/UMA
 VS 29thNightCorinne Bailey RaeUniversal
 VS 29thRight NowHAIMPolydor/UMA
 VS 29thI'm Still HereMandisaUniversal
 VS 29thCrazy Crazy 4 UEmpire Cast feat Rumer WillisSony
 VS 29th1000 Nights (Acoustic)FrenshipSony
 VS 29thRich and MiserableKenny ChesneySony
 VS 29thIf This is Love (Live at Joe's Pub)Ruth B.Sony
DL  30thRose 2Katy Perry feat MigosCapitol/UMA
DL  1stRendezvousKronic feat Leon ThomasCentral Station/UMA
DL  1stVikingLouderM.O.S./UMA
DL  1stFragileRetro BombUniversal
DL  1stWatered WineSons of BourbonUniversal
DL  1stThe Final PerformanceVarious ArtistsUniversal
 VS 1stUs or ElseT.I. feat London Jae, Transless, Charlie Wilson & B.o.BUniversal
 VS 1stFadedWilkinson feat Negin DjafariUniversal
DL  2ndRatsMotionless in WhiteWarner
DL  2ndBall and ChainBilly DavisCaroline/UMA
DL  2ndEverything You Know is WrongBlack GrapeUniversal
DL  2ndYoung and MenaceFall Out BoyIsland USA/UMA
DL  2ndElevatorsMy GoodnessUniversal
DL  2ndResistancePowerfloDine Alone/UMA
DLVS 2ndBad WordsFangclubUniversal
 VS 2ndCall My NameFreiaUniversal
 VS 2ndCinderella DraculaTired LionUniversal
DL  3rdAmsterdamNothing but ThievesSony
DL  3rdSpotify SinglesEar St. ClairUniversal
DL  3rdLiftedKlueM.O.S./UMA
DLVS 3rdDokokade Hi Wa NoboruMrs. Green AppleUniversal
 VS 3rdSmileBoosteeUniversal
 VS 3rdLook Like LoversErik RappUniversal
 VS 3rdHole in Your PocketThe PanicsDew Process/UMA
DL  4thHypertranquilleBenjamin BiolayUniversal
DL  4thDanger in the MorningGoodbye JuneUniversal
DL  4thMan of the MomentGoodbye JuneUniversal
DL  4thVegasHalkoUniversal
DL  4thHoodKalash CriminelUniversal
DLVS 4thAnywayLoxellUniversal
DLVS 4thNo RumourGideon BensenIsland Aust./UMA
DL  4thBliss This Acid HouseKasabianSony

 DLCD The Great Country Songbook Vol.IIAdam Harvey & Beccy ColeSony Australia
 DLCD PlacesLea MichelleSony International
 DLCDVin+CDThe ReprobateFirespawnSony International
 DLCDVin+CDThe Big DreamLonely RobotSony International
  CD Rewind - The CollectionCraig DavidColumbia/Sony
   3CDThe Gold CollectionFoster & AllenColumbia/Sony
 DLCD 50 Years of Blonde on Blonde (Live)Old Crow Medicine ShowColumbia/Sony
 DLCDVinylGod's Problem ChildWillie NelsonColumbia/Sony
  CD All That RemainsMadnessEleven Seven Music/Sony
  CD Windows (2017 re-issue)Jon LordEar Music/Sony
 DL  Cosmic HallelujahKenny ChesneySony
 DL  The Authorized Bang CollectionVan MorrisonSony
  CDVinylMakes Me SickNew Found GloryHopeless/Warner
  CD Street RitualsStone FoundationRepublic of Music/Warner
  CD All These Countless NightsDeaf HavanaRepublic of Music/Warner
  CD StellularRose Elinor DougallRepublic of Music/Warner
  CD Yours ConditionallyTennisRepublic of Music/Warner
   2CD+dvdThe SourceAyreonADA/Warner
  CD Something ElseThe CranberriesADA/Warner
 DL  Tailored for Now - Eleven R&B Super JamesCDBWarner Australia
 DLCD PleasureFeistPolydor/UMA
 DLCD An Actor RepairsTim RogersABC Pop/UMA
 DLCD Strength of a WomanMary J. BligeCapitol/UMA
2xDVD2xBR2CD2xVinylForces of the Northern LightsDimmu BorgirNuclear Blast/UMA
  CDVinylGargoyleMark LaneganLiberation/UMA
  CD Off the GridBliss N' EsoLiberation/UMA
  CD Every Where is Some WhereK. FlayInterscope/UMA
 Col VCDVinylStill LifeLittle CubDomino/UMA
 DLCD fewHe is LegendCaroline Int./UMA
 DL VinylWhat NowSylvan EssoCaroline Int./UMA
 DLCD2xVinylRock N' Roll ConsciousnessThurston MooreCaroline Int./UMA
  CD Rise UpToe to ToeSocial Family/UMA
   VinylEverything So FarPinegroveCooking Vinyl/UMA
   2xVinylLive VII 25th Feb, 2010IsisLiberation/UMA
   VinylVolume 1BNQTLiberation/UMA
   VinylCampChildish GambinoLiberation/UMA
   2xVinylBecause the InternetChildish GambinoLiberation/UMA
   VinylUndress (EP) / Jacket (EP)FortunesFuture Classic/UMA
 DL  Cold TimesBrent CowlesDine Alone/UMA
 DL  9Cashmere CatInterscope/UMA
 DL  When Gravity FailsDada Ante PortasUniversal
 DL  DJ KirkDJ KirkUniversal
 DL  EdrayEdray TeodoroUniversal
 DL  Kiss + SwallowIAMXUniversal
 DL  For His Children and OursJim Avett & FamilyThirty Tigers/UMA
 DL  John Gary WilliamsJohn Gary WilliamsUniversal
 DL  Sad Clowns & HillbilliesJohn MellencampUniversal USA
 DL  Black & WhiteLionUniversal
 DL  10 + 10SyriaUniversal
 DL  Minimum R&BThe Dirty NilDine Alone/UMA
 DL  GhostsThe Riptide MovementUniversal
 DL  Tia LondonTia LondonUniversal
 DL  Parking Lot SymphonyTrombone ShortyUniversal
 DL  The GripLarissa TandyMGM
  CDVinylRobert Cray & Hi RhythmRobert Cray & Hi RhythmProper/Jay-Vee Records/Planet
 DLCD Boomerang (EP)Elliot MossPOD/Inertia
 DLCD Hard to Sleep, Easy to DreamAirlingInertia

DLPhysCompilations Labels
 2CDDreamgirls: London CastOriginal London Cast RecordingColumbia/Sony
DL The CircleSoundtrack by Danny ElfmanSony
DL Empire: Season 3TV SoundtrackSony
DL The Bollywood Remix Project 2017Various ArtistsSony
DL Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812Original Broadway Cast RecordingWarner
DL Witness for the ProsecutionTV Soundtrack by Paul Englishby & Andrea RiseboroughMGM
 2CDEurovision Song Contest 2017: KyivVarious ArtistsSBS/Universal TV
DLCDM.O.S.: Eighties BlockbustersVarious ArtistsM.O.S./UMA

During 2017 we have only seen three songs at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart, the year started off with Clean Bandits' "Rockabye", and a few weeks ago we saw former 1D'er Harry Styles debut at the top, but the dominant track for this year has been Ed Sheeran with his "Shape of You" track, which this week racks up it's record breaking fifteenth weeks at No.1 in Australia.

"Shape of You" has now spent more time at the top here than any other track since the charts went weekly in January 1949, beating the former record holder, April 1976's "Fernando" (this week in '76 it had been at the top for 5 weeks, chart dated 3rd May) which stayed atop for fourteen weeks. In fact we have to go back to the 1940 to 1948 chart period to find anything that has lasted longer (the charts were monthly between this period), when The Andrews Sisters in 1948 spent 18 weeks at No.1 with their track "Near You" (the record is 23 weeks in 1943 for 'White Christmas' for Bing Crosby). One thing again with 'Shape' is that it's not at the top of either the Digital (#7) or Streaming (#2) chart this week, but neither of the current No.1's on those charts aret selling enough on the other chart that they can reach the top this week.

Ed Sheeran has now racked up 21 weeks at No.1 in Australia from his three chart-toppers, and that now places him equal second for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: 2010's; Singles' alongside Pharrell Williams (Rihanna is in first place with 23 weeks), and Ed moves up from equal 32nd to now equal 29th on the overall list for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: 1940 to 2017' with not only Pharrell, but Bryan Adams (from four No.1's). And with Ed holding the top of both charts again this week, he makes it seven weeks in a row for 'Shape' and its parent album "÷ (Divide)", which becomes the longest stretch for one song and album by a Solo Male Artist at the top, beating the six weeks previously set my Michael Jackson in late 1991, but one solo male act has come close to achieving this in the past, just with the one album, but two No.1's from that set, in Bryan Adams who took "Please Forgive Me" (5 weeks from 12-Dec-1993) and "All for Love" (2 weeks from 23-Jan-1994) both from the collection "So Far So Good", whilst the last act to hold both top spots for seven weeks was Adele from late June in 2011 with "Someone Like You" and her second set "21".

Ed Sheeran again has the Top 2 positions in the country, with his current No.1 Digital selling single "Galway Girl" (#3 streamed) climbing back to its former peak of No.2 which achieved four weeks ago. The current No.1 streamed track is again "Humble." by Kendrick Lamar, which is down one spot this week to No.3 overall and drops to No.16 on the digital sales chart too, but for Kendrick the track achieves Gold (●) in sales after only four weeks on the chart.Clean Bandit and Zara Larsson climb up two places to a new peak of No.4 this week with their collaboration "Symphony", which gives Zara her equal second-highest charted song (alongside "Lush Life") and her third Top 4 single after "Never Forget You" peaked at No.3, with this move pushing down two songs one place in "Something Just Like This" for The Chainsmokers and Coldplay, plus "Sign of the Times" (now Gold (●) in sales) for Harry Styles to No.5 and No.6 respectively.

Two tracks staying on hold this week are "Stay" for Zedd and Alessia Cara plus "Green Light" for Lorde at No.7 and No.9 respectively, plus both tracks achieve a new certification of ▲Platinum in sales too. In between those two stable tracks is the highest new entry for this week at No.8, Shawn Mendes with the third single lifted from his "Illuminate" album (TW-47) "There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back". This becomes his third Top 10 single in Australia, and his first to debut within the Top 10 (also making it his highest new entry in the process too), and it is also helped by his recent announcement for a second national tour here in late November. And finally scoring her eleventh Top 10 single in Australia is Lady Gaga with last weeks entry "The Cure", which jumps up seven places to land at a new peak of No.10, and it's her first ten-entrant since "The Edge of Glory" climbed to No.2 in late July of 2011.

* Dean Lewis hits the Top 20 shores with his track "Waves", up four to a new peak of No.17, the song newly certified Gold (●) too.
* Also cracking a new certification of Gold (●) is Future with "Mask off" (HP-20), which is back up two places to No.22.
* FF8 lead single "Good Life" for G-Eazy and Kehlani rises eight places to a new peak of No.23.
* Jason DeRulo holds at his No.25 peak of for a second week with "Swalla".
* The fastest climbing track for this week is last weeks second lowest entry, "Despacito" for Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, which came in at No.93, and this week zooms up sixty-seven places to No.26, giving Luis his first Top 50 and Top 30 hit here in Australia, and the second for Daddy Yankee.
* With the debut EP out and the highest new entry on the albums chart this week for Amy Shark, her two singles rise back up this week, with first entry "Adore" rising seven to No.27, and second single "Weekends" jumping twenty-one spots to land at a new peak of No.53.
* The Kyle track "iSpy" is up one spot to a new peak of No.35.
* The new Bliss N' Eso album was released on Friday, and the current single from the album "Moments" is up six spots to a new peak of No.37, becoming the sixth Top 40 single for the boys, their highest so far was "My Life" (Jan 2014, HP-26).
* Andy Grammer was in the country last week on a promo visit, plus he sung his former No.5 single "Fresh Eyes" at The Logie Awards last Sunday night (23rd April), which helps the song to rebound twenty-one spots to No.39.
* Kaleo break into the Top 40 this week with their first entry "Way Down We Go", jumping up thirteen places to land at a new chart height of No.40, the song being helped by its appearance in the X-Men/Wolverine film 'Logan' too.
* After an initial stumble, the new Cheat Codes and Demi Lovator track "No Promises" is up nine spots to a new peak of No.41.
* Post Malone continue to climb with "Congratulations", this week its up three to a new peak of No.62.
* Last weeks entry for Lord Huron and "The Night We Met" is up eight to a new peak of No.78.
* Ed Sheeran continues his record breaks for this week, as "Thinking Out Loud" is on hold at No.92 and spending its 125th week within the Top 100, still the longest charted song for ARIA.
* The only returning track for the week is Tash Sultana and "Jungle" (HP-39) at No.99.

* There are two songs leaving the Top 10 this week, the first of which leaves for the first time in its ten week run on the charts, "It Ain't Me" (HP-4, WI10-9) for Kygo and Selena Gomez, which is down only one spot to No.11, whilst dropping four to No.12 is Bruno Mars' "That's What I Like" (HP-5, WI10-6).
* Drake falls two spots to No.13 with his "Passionfruit", which is newly Gold (●) in sales.
* The three Kendrick Lamar debuts from last week all move down this week, with "DNA" (16 to 19), "Loyalty" (20 to 28) and "Love" (29 to 36) falling a little, thankfully not a lot.
* The Chainsmokers' "Paris" drops seven to No.29 this week, whilst their former No.1 "Closer" with Halsey is down seven to No.55 and newly 10x▲Platinum, whilst "The One" plummets eighteen spots to No.82.
* Starley and her debut track "Call on Me" is down three to No.33 and now 2x▲Platinum in sales.
* The Zayn and Taylor Swift duet from '50 Shades Darker' drops seven to No.45.
* Two Future tracks fall this week, with his Rihanna duet "Selfish" down two to No.46, and his appearance on the Maroon 5 song "Cold" down ten to No.49, but this song is now Gold (●).
* The Weeknd and Daft Punk drop with both of their collaborations this week, with "I Feel it Coming" down eight to No.48 and "Starboy" falls seven to No.56.
* The first No.1 for this year in "Rockabye" for Clean Bandit with Anne-Marie & Sean Paul drops ten places to No.51.
* The Alessia Cara version of the 'Moana' theme "How Far I'll Go" drops twenty-eight places this week to No.63, whilst the Auli'i Cravalho version is down sixteen to No.85 and the Dwayne Johnson track from the movie "You're Welcome" drops nine places to No.94.
* Adele's "Water Under the Bridge" and Sheppard with "Keep Me Crazy" both fall thirteen places to No.68 and No.69 respectively.
* Imagine Dragons grab a Gold (●) certification for their track "Beleiver", which is down fourteen spots to No.72 this week.
* Dropping eleven to No.77 is Rag'N'Bone Man and his debut entry "Human".
* The final Gold (●) in the chart this week is for Big Sean and "Bounce Back" which is down six to No.84.
* The Vamps tumble nineteen spots to No.86 with "All Night" after 21 weeks in the chart.
* Drake's "Fake Love" drops twelve places this week to No.87.

* #44 - Lust for Life by Lana Del Rey feat The Weeknd is the second single lifted from Lana's fifth due album also entitled "Lust for Life" (no date known as yet), and follows on from "Love" (HP-41, late February of 2017) and this becomes her ninth Top 50 and twelfth Top 100 entry.

* #59 - Murder to the Mind by Tash Sultana is the second entry from her debut EP "Notion" (TW-13), and follows on from this weeks No.99 re-entry "Jungle" (HP-39)

* #61 - Hard Times by Paramore is the first single from the forthcoming fifth album for the band entitled "After Laughter" (due May 12th), and is the first new material from the group since early 2014, with this track becoming the bands thirteenth Top 100 entry (11 for the band, two for lead singer Hayley Williams).

* #64 - Attention by Charlie Puth is the lead single from his forthcoming second album (no date or title known as yet), and becomes his fifth chart entry, with all four previous entries hitting the Top 10 too.

* #67 - Don't Give Me Those Eyes by James Blunt is helped into the charts by a couple of events, one is his appearance on the Graham Norton Show screened here two weeks ago, then late last week he was in the country on a promo tour for his new album "The Afterlove" (TW-9), and then last Sunday night he too sang at The Logie Awards (23rd April), which helps this to become his eleventh Top 100 chart entry.

* #73 - Night With You by MØ is the seventh Top 100 entry for the Danish singer born Karen Marie Aafaad Ørsted, all of her recent entries (Kamikaze, Don't Leave and Final Song) all due on her forthcoming second album (no date or title known as yet).

"÷ (Divide)" by Ed Sheeran delivers an eighth consecutive week at No.1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week, becoming Ed's equal longest run at the top, as his second album "x (Multiply)" spent eight broken weeks (from six runs) at the top previously.

The last album to spend eight weeks in a row at the top was Adele's "21" set during it's third of five runs at the top from its sixteenth to twenty-third weeks in the No.1 spot from the 5th of September to the 24th of October in 2011. The second "21" run was for eleven weeks from mid-June to late August, whilst the longest continual run at the top during this decade is the thirteen week run for the Pink best of "Greatest Hits... So Far" (from 22-Oct, 2010). Ed Sheeran now moves up the list for "Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums 1965-2017' from equal 35th to now equal 32nd, as he has now racked up seventeen overall weeks at No.1, placing him alongside Bon Jovi (10 #1's), The Seekers (one #1) and John Lennon and Kings of Leon (also 3 #1's).

The first of three new entries to the Top 10 this week is lead by the debut EP for local singer Amy Shark entitled "Night Thinker", coming in at No.2, the six track set featuring her two current charting singles in "Adore" (HP-3, TW-27) and "Weekends" (HP/TW-53). This is followed at No.3 by the soundtrack to the second film "Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol.2", entering four places higher than the original did in mid-August of 2014, and that first volume is up ten places to No.15 this week, having originally peaked at No.2 in its third week on the charts. This new edition features seventies track from ELO, Sweet, Fleetwood Mac, Glen Campbell's "Southern Nights" (#1 in the US this week in 1977), George Harrison, Cheap Trick and Cat Stevens amongst its 14 tracks.

Two of last weeks debut's remain within the Top 10 this week, with "A Tribute to Mario Lanza" for Mark Vincent down one spot to No.3, and last weeks highest entry in "DAMN." for Kendrick Lamar down three places to No.5, and spending its third week inside the ten is the Tina Arena "Greatest Hits & Interpretations" set, which is down three also, to No.7.

The third Top 10 debut this week comes in at No.6, the second album and third entry for Adelaide rapper AllDay entitled "Speeding", becoming his second Top 10 album, as his first album "Startup Cult" debuted and peaked at No.3 in mid-July of 2014, whilst his debut EP "Loners are Cool" made it to No.18 in mid-April of 2013. Two older albums remaining within the Top 10 this week are "25" by Adele, down two to No.8, and Ed Sheeran's "x (Positive)" set is down one to No.10, whilst returning to the Top 10 after three weeks outside of it, is recent visitor to our shores and Logie Awards performer James Blunt and his latest set "The Afterlove" (HP-7), which rebounds nineteen places to jump back into the Top 10 at No.9.

* With a new track charting this week in "Murder to the Mind" (new #59), the Tash Sultana EP "Notion" blasts back up forty places to No.13.
* With ANZAC day occuring during the last chart week (April 25th), the compilation album called "Remembrance" is up six places to a new peak of No.14.
* The new 'Guardians of the Galaxy' album helps the first volume back up ten places to No.15.
* The 1977 set for Fleetwood Mac in "Rumours" jumps back up thirty-one spots to No.35.
* Aled Jones' recent entry "One Voice" returns to the Top 100 at its former peak of No.38.
* After returning last week to the Top 100 at No.48, former No.43 album "The Essential" for Bruce Springsteen is up seven spots this week to a new peak of No.41.
* The new Top 10 singles chart entry for Shawn Mendes from his album "Illuminate" helps it to climb up five spots to No.47.
* Michael Kiwanuka returned at No.62 last week with his "Love & Hate" (HP-35) album, which this week climbs ten spots to land at No.52.
* Back up nineteen spots to No.54 is "Dangerous Woman" for Ariana Grande.
* After flattening somewhat last week, a burst back up the charts this week for Beyonce and her "Lemonade" set, from 93 to No.61.
* After their recent tour here, the Zac Brown Band sees their "Greatest Hits So Far" set rise four spots to land at a new peak of No.63.
* Neil Diamond's "All Time Greatest Hits" set is back up sixteen spots to No.71.
* The second of nine returns this week is for Train and "A Girl, A Bottle, A Boat" at No.72, followed by A.B.Original and "Reclaim Australia" (#77), Dune Rats' "The Kids Will Know it's Bullshit" (#82), "My Dear Companion" for Emmylou, Dolly & Linda (#83), "Mesmer" by Northlane (#85), and the down at the tail end of the Top 100 are "Spirit of the ANZACS" for Lee Kernaghan (#98), the "Frozen" Soundtrack (#99) and The Avalanches with "Wildflower" (#100).
* The Play School album "50 Best Songs" is back up eighteen to No.86, whilst further best of's to rise are by Queen (65 to 53), Elton John (90 to 80) and The Doors (91 to 81).

* Leaving the Top 10 for the first time during 2017 is the Soundtrack for "Trolls" (HP-1x3, WI10-19) which is down four to No.11, followed by another animated cast album for "Moana" (HP-2, WI10-14), which drops two to No.12, both stayed within the ten after their recent DVD and Blu-Ray releases. The two other ten-dropouts are by The Chainsmokers and "Memories... Do Not Open" (HP-4, WI10-2) down eleven to No.19 and last weeks debut by John Mayer and "The Search for Everything" (HP-5, WI10-1) which tumbles twenty-four places to No.29.
* Further falling soundtracks this week are for "Beauty and the Beast" (11 to 16), "Sing" (14 to 18), last weeks entrant "The Fate of the Furious" (FF8) (13 to 30), "Big Little Lies" (43 to 60), "La La Land" (79 to 90), and "Suicide Squad" (60 to 95).
* Down eight to No.25 are The Smith Street Band and "More Scared of You Than You Are of Me".
* Falling ten to No.28 is the Lee Kernaghan "25th Anniversary Album".
* After all Bruno Mars albums climbing the past couple of weeks, this week they all fall, with his latest set "24K Magic" down ten to No.31, whilst falling heavily are "Doo-Wops & Holligans (32 to 91) and "Unorthodox Jukebox" (29 to 94).
* Best of sets to fall this week are for INXS (26 to 33), Fleetwood Mac (27 to 34), Roy Orbison (31 to 36), The Wiggles (38 to 42), Van Morrison (35 to 43), Crowded House (72 to 79) and Notorious B.I.G. (81 to 89).
* Kendrick Lamar had four albums within the Top 100 last week, which is now down to three, and his older sets drop back this week with "To Pimp a Butterfly" down fifteen to No.45 and down a little is "Good Kid, M.A.A.D City" (55 to 59), whilst "untitled unmastered" drops out from No.84.
* After working its way back up to No.16 last week, the "1989" set for Taylor Swift drops back down thirty-two places this week to No.48, whilst the same almost occurs for Justin Bieber and his "Purpose", which declines thirty-one chart rungs to No.55.
* The Ten Tenors set "Wish You Were Here" is down fifteen to No.49 and Mastodon with their "Emperor of Sand" falls seventeen places to No.50.
* Three weeks ago the Pentatonix EP "PTX Vol.4-The Classics" debuted at No.10, now this week it falls twenty places to No.56.
* The Drake playlist album "More Life" is down eighteen to No.58.
* Father John Misty and his set "Pure Comedy" is down twenty-two spots to No.64.
* Even though she performed at The Logie Awards last Sunday night, this week the Jessica Mauboy album "The Secret Daughter" falls back down twenty-one places to No.66.
* Down sixteen places to No.73 is the Busby Marou set "Postcards from the Shell House".
* After returning last week at a new peak of No.68 after their tour here, this week the Billy Bragg and Joe Henry album "Shine a Light: Field Recordings from the Great American Railroad" is down ten places to No.78.
* Kasey Chambers flew back up into the Top 50 last week with her "Dragonfly" album, and now this week its plummets back down forty-six spots to land at No.93.
* Leaving the Top 100 from last weeks fifty are albums by Spit Syndicate (#19), Rhiannon Giddens (#49) and The Lumineers (#50).

* #20 (LP#8) - 8 by Incubus is the eighth studio album for the US rock band, and their first since their July 2011 seventh set "If Not Now, When?" (HP-10), and overall this becomes the bands seventh entry (six studios and one best of), with six of those seven albums reaching the Top 20 ("Make Yourself", LP#3, their first entry, climbed to No.24).

* #22 (LP#11) - Love and War by Brad Paisley is his first album in almost three years, and becomes his seventh chart entry here in Australia and fourth Top 30 album.

* #23 (LP#2) - Gutful by Bad//Dreems is the second album and entry for the Adelaide band, with the new set landing ten places higher than their first entry "Dogs at Bay" (HP-33, Sept 2015).

* #24 (L#7) - Live in The Netherlands by Xavier Rudd is his seventh live album and second to chart here in Australia, as his third live set "Good Spirit" debuted and peaked at No.29 in April of 2005, and overall this becomes Xavier's ninth chart entry (seven studios and two live), all of which have reached the Top 30 or higher.

* #26 (LP#3) - You Are We by While She Sleeps is the English metalcore's first entry to the ARIA Albums Chart, and their third studio set.

* #46 (LP#5) - Tears on the Dancefloor by Steps is the reformed bands fifth studio album and first in five years, and their first to chart for this century in Australia, as the bands first two albums are their only previous entries in "Step One" (HP-5, peaked Oct 1998) and "Steptacular" (HP-25, Nov 1999).

* #84 (GH#14) - The Very Best of by Linda Ronstadt becomes the fourth compilation of Linda's hits to chart in Australia, this new set is already Gold (●) in sales, with her previous entries being in 1977 (HP-22), Volume 2 in 1980 (HP-53) and an overall "Greatest Hits" set in 1981 (HP-41).

* #97 (LP#10) - Be Myself by Sheryl Crow is her tenth studio album and her ninth chart entry (eight studios and one best of), and all but one of her five entries for this centry have only hit the Top 90 and stayed for a single week or two, so maybe this one will climb next week.


8 - There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back - Shawn Mendes
44 - Lust for Life - Lana Del Rey feat The Weeknd
59 - Murder to the Mind - Tash Sultana
61 - Hard Times - Paramore
64 - Attention - Charlie Puth
67 - Don't Give Me Those Eyes - James Blunt
73 - Night With You - M0

2 - Night Thinker (EP) - Amy Shark
3 - Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix Vol.2 - Soundtrack
6 - Speeding - AllDay
20 - 8 - Incubus
22 - Love and War - Brad Paisley
23 - Gutful - Bad//Dreems
24 - Live in The Netherlands - Xavier Rudd
26 - You Are We - While She Sleeps
46 - Tears on the Dancefloor - Steps
84 - The Very Best of - Linda Ronstadt
97 - Be Myself Sheryl Crow

HUMBLE. Kendrick Lamar ●
SIGN OF THE TIMES Harry Styles ●
STAY Zedd Feat. Alessia Cara ▲
WAVES Dean Lewis ●
MASK OFF Future ●
COLD Maroon 5 Feat. Future ●
CLOSER The Chainsmokers Feat. Halsey ▲ 10
BELIEVER Imagine Dragons ●


Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.

Visit ARIA’s website for full chart information: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/ (updated after 5pm on Saturday)
Produced with the co-operation of ARIA
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50v84286Ed Sheeran - Perfect


49v10391027Maroon 5 (feat Future) - Cold <G>NEW CERT


48v840237The Weeknd (feat Daft Punk) - I Feel It Coming <P>2


47HOLD47321James Arthur - Say You Won't Let Go <P>5


46v244937Future (feat Rihanna) - Selfish

45v738203Zayn & Taylor Swift - I Don't Wanna Live Forever <P>2


NEW ENTRY #144NE TO T100144Lana Del Rey (feat The Weeknd) - Lust For Life


43^245740Martin Jensen - Solo Dance


42v537224Pnau - Chameleon <P>


NEW PEAK #141^950441Cheat Codes (feat Demi Lovato) - No Promises

NEW ENTRY #240^1353440Kaleo - Way Down We Go


RE-ENTRY #139^2160305Andy Grammer - Fresh Eyes <P>2


38v533114Katy Perry (feat Skip Marley) - Chained To The Rhythm <P>


NEW PEAK #237^643437Bliss N Eso (feat Gavin James) - Moments


36v729229Kendrick Lamar - LOVE.

NEW PEAK #335^136635Kyle - iSpy


34v232520Zayn (feat Partynextdoor) - Still Got Time


33v330258Starley - Call On Me (Ryan Riback Remix) <P>2NEW CERT


32v4281613Little Mix - Touch <P>


31v427423Calvin Harris (feat Young Thug, Pharrell Williams & Ariana Grande) - Heatstroke

30v4261611Snakehips & MØ - Don't Leave <P>


29v722154The Chainsmokers - Paris <P>2


28v820220Kendrick Lamar (feat Rihanna) - LOYALTY.


27^734253Amy Shark - Adore <P>2


NEW ENTRY #326^6793226Luis Fonsi (feat Daddy Yankee) - Despacito


*.* more Latin jams in the ARIA Charts pls
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25PEAK HOLD25925Jason Derulo (feat Nicki Minaj & Ty Dolla $ign) - Swalla


24v123321Halsey - Now Or Never


NEW PEAK #424^731324G-Eazy & Kehlani - Good Life


22^224720Future - Mask Off <G>NEW CERT


21v2191314Martin Garrix & Dua Lipa - Scared To Be Lonely <P>

20v216139Jon Bellion - All Time Low <P>



19v316216Kendrick Lamar - DNA.



18v3151612Jax Jones (feat RAYE) - You Don't Know Me



NEW PEAK #517^421617Dean Lewis - Waves <G>NEW CERT



16v214911Calvin Harris (feat Frank Ocean & Migos) - Slide <P>


15v312162Ed Sheeran - Castle On The Hill <P>3



14v113145Julia Michaels - Issues <G>



13v21164Drake - Passionfruit <G>NEW CERT



12v48135Bruno Mars - That's What I Like <G>



11v110104Kygo & Selena Gomez - It Ain't Me <P>



NEW PEAK #610^717210Lady Gaga - The Cure



9HOLD984Lorde - Green Light <P>NEW CERT



NEW ENTRY #48NE TO T10018Shawn Mendes - There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back



7HOLD793Zedd (feat Alessia Cara) - Stay <P>NEW CERT



6v1531Harry Styles - Sign Of The Times <G>NEW CERT


NEW ARIA Certifications 1st May, 2017

HUMBLE. Kendrick Lamar ●
SIGN OF THE TIMES Harry Styles ●
STAY Zedd Feat. Alessia Cara ▲
WAVES Dean Lewis ●
MASK OFF Future ●
COLD Maroon 5 Feat. Future ●
CLOSER The Chainsmokers Feat. Halsey ▲ 10
BELIEVER Imagine Dragons ●

5v1492The Chainsmokers & Coldplay - Something Just Like This <P>



NEW PEAK #74^2664Clean Bandit (feat Zara Larsson) - Symphony



3v1242Kendrick Lamar - HUMBLE. <G>NEW CERT



2^1382Ed Sheeran - Galway Girl



115TH WEEK @ #1^12161Ed Sheeran - Shape Of You <P>4



Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
35Alessia Cara - How Far I'll Go
41Clean Bandit (feat Sean Paul & Anne-Marie) - Rockabye
46Frenship (feat Emily Warren) - Capsize
48The Chainsmokers (feat Halsey) - Closer
49The Weeknd (feat Daft Punk) - Starboy
Didn't see that coming! Yay to ABBA's record being beaten, thanks Eddy!
Wow! Just wow. I am surprised that #7 digital + #2 streaming beats #1 digital + #3 streaming; must be a big lead for Shape over Galway on streaming.

Also surprised James Blunt couldn't crack the top fifty with his sales.
15 weeks in the top 20 is a good run but to spend those weeks at the top? That's insane. In any case, if ed sheeran getting a record breaking run was what it needed to take to ensure Galway Girl didn't hit #1... it's worth it. Hopefully GG can continue to miss out - even if that's at the expense of a 16th week and beyond

Also, entering may we've only had 3 #1s this year.
I think the streaming numbers below the top 2 are very close, Drake was #3 for the week on Spotify, but he's only #7 overall, despite Spotify having the lion's share. We might all be underestimating Shape's streaming for the same reason people were in the UK, it has a bunch of remixes etc on Spotify that may not be in the top 200 there, but in such a close outcome, they make the margins.
I hope any articles discussing Ed's record highlight the fact that when ABBA spent 14 weeks at #1 back in 1976, people actually had to leave their homes and fork over a $2 note to buy a copy of "Fernando", whereas now, Ed is being kept at #1 by kids merely listening to the song on a streaming service (multiple times), rather than paying money for it. I know the world is different now and that it's about music "consumption" (rather than "sales"), but there really is no comparison between spending months and months at #1 purely based on sales, and spending the last several weeks of your #1 tenure based on how many times people were actually listening to your track online. Congrats to Ed, though. I find him to be grossly overrated myself ("Shape of You" isn't even his best song, let alone worthy of being the longest running #1 in Australian chart history), but kudos to him.
Of the two songs, I prefer Fernando by a very wide margin. I'm just pleased to see the record broken because it's something I thought would never happen with the way the chart has changed over the past decade. Having followed the chart for 25 years now it's exciting to see a run like this just because it's never happened; that record has been in place since quite a while before I was even born. It's amazing to see.

I just wish it were a song I liked more. Castle On The Hill would have been perfect. Shape is fine, but it's not even in the conversation of Ed songs I like best, even if that conversation consists of twenty.
At this stage, I just want an Australian Artist to make #1 this year but now it just seems so unlikely!
I've added this week's ARIA Top 100 Singles chart entries to my site.

Hear them all here - http://top100singles.blogspot.com/2016/12/every-aria-top-100-single-in-2017.html
chartifacts updated.
buls: All for Love wasn't on Bryan Adams' So Far So Good compilation. I remember my cousin buying that CD at the time and we gave it a good flogging. Good times, good times.
TW LW  WI  HP   Titles - Artistsinfo
51 41  26  1   ROCKABYE Clean Bandit Feat. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie ▲ 3 
52 46  36  17   CAPSIZE Frenship Feat. Emily Warren ▲ 2 
53 74  6  53   WEEKENDS Amy SharkEP out, NEW PEAK
54 54  51  3   CAN'T STOP THE FEELING! Justin Timberlake ▲ 6 
55 48  39  1   CLOSER The Chainsmokers Feat. Halsey ▲ 10NEW CERT
56 49  31  2   STARBOY The Weeknd Feat. Daft Punk ▲ 4 
57 52  8  16   HAPPIER Ed Sheeran 
58 51  7  19   WATERFALL Stargate Feat. P!nk & Sia 
59 NEW  1  59   MURDER TO THE MIND Tash Sultana2nd entry
60 57  27  14   LOVE$ICK Mura Masa Feat. A$ap Rocky ▲ 
61 NEW  1  61   HARD TIMES Paramore 
62 65  8  62   CONGRATULATIONS Post MaloneNEW PEAK
63 35  17  15   HOW FAR I'LL GO Alessia Cara ●ouch
64 NEW  1  64   ATTENTION Charlie Puth5th entry
65 59  13  27   RUN UP Major Lazer Feat. PartyNextDoor & Nicki Minaj 
66 61  22  8   PLAY THAT SONG Train ▲ 
67 NEW  1  67   DON'T GIVE ME THOSE EYES James Bluntpromo/LOGIE's
68 55  24  23   WATER UNDER THE BRIDGE Adele ●ouch
69 56  7  37   KEEP ME CRAZY Sheppardouch
70 63  27  5   STRANGER Peking Duk Feat. Elliphant ▲ 2 
71 62  8  5   DIVE Ed Sheeran 
72 58  12  33   BELIEVER Imagine Dragons ●NEW CERT
74 71  8  19   SUPERMARKET FLOWERS Ed Sheeran 
75 70  22  23   SHED A LIGHT Robin Schulz & David Guetta Feat. Cheat Codes 
76 68  29  3   24K MAGIC Bruno Mars ▲ 2 
77 66  26  17   HUMAN Rag'N'Bone Man ▲ 
78 86  2  78   THE NIGHT WE MET Lord HuronNEW PEAK
79 79  23  30   REDBONE Childish Gambino ● 
80 72  25  8   SCARS TO YOUR BEAUTIFUL Alessia Cara ▲ 2 
81 77  24  10   COCOON Milky Chance ▲ 
82 64  4  36   THE ONE The Chainsmokersouch
83 73  67  1   NEVER BE LIKE YOU Flume Feat. Kai ▲ 5 
84 78  16  52   BOUNCE BACK Big Sean ●NEW CERT
85 69  16  49   HOW FAR I’LL GO Auli'i Cravalhoouch too
86 67  21  41   ALL NIGHT The Vamps ●ouch
87 75  27  16   FAKE LOVE Drake ▲ 
88 80  10  2   HOW WOULD YOU FEEL (PAEAN) Ed Sheeran ● 
89 83  8  24   WHAT DO I KNOW? Ed Sheeran 
90 87  16  34   BAD AND BOUJEE Migos Feat. Lil Uzi Vert 
91 88  56  1   ONE DANCE Drake Feat. Wizkid & Kyla ▲ 6 
92 92  125  1   THINKING OUT LOUD Ed Sheeran ▲ 9OLDEST CHARTING
93 84  8  20   NEW MAN Ed Sheeran 
94 85  10  77   YOU'RE WELCOME Dwayne Johnson 
95 91  40  5   STARVING Hailee Steinfeld ▲ 2 
96 98  16  34   MOVE YOUR BODY Sia 
97 95  5  61   PRIVACY Chris Brown 
98 90  37  2   DANCING ON MY OWN Calum Scott ▲ 3 
99 R/E  7  39   JUNGLE Tash SultanaLW-134
100 89  38  2   LET ME LOVE YOU DJ Snake Feat. Justin Bieber ▲ 4 

out 76  4  29   LIGHT MY BODY UP David Guetta Feat. Nicki Minaj & Lil WayneTW-139
out 81  26  4   SEXUAL Neiked ●TW-103
out 82  20  19   NOW AND LATER Sage The Gemini ▲TW-105
out 94  7  37   NANCY MULLIGAN Ed SheeranTW-106
out 96  1  96   KISSING STRANGERS DNCE Feat. Nicki MinajTW-149
out 97  39  1   COLD WATER Major Lazer Feat. Justin Bieber & MØ ▲ 4TW-104
out 99  7  36   BARCELONA Ed SheeranTW-109
out 100  71  1   HELLO Adele ▲ 7TW-107

Next 20 Tracks (not mentioned above)
101 - September Song - JP Cooper
102 - It's Gotta Be You - Isaiah
108 - Everyday - Ariana Grande feat Future
110 - Cheap Thrills - Sia
111 - Don't Let Me Down - Chainsmokers
112 - Photograph - Ed Sheeran
113 - Lose Yourself - Eminem
114 - Side to Side - Ariana & Minaj
115 - This is What You Came for - Calvin & Rihanna
116 - Uptown Funk - Ronson & Mars
117 - Don't Wanna Know - Maroon 5 & Kendrick Lamar
118 - Say it - Flume feat Tove Lo
119 - Body Like a Back Road - Sam Hunt
120 - Skin - Rag'N'Bone Man
146 * In Motion - AllDay feat Japanese Wallpaper

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1 1  8  1   ÷ Ed Sheeran ▲ 38th wk @ #1
2 NEW  1  2   NIGHT THINKER EP Amy SharkDebut EP
3 NEW  1  3   GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: AWESOME MIX VOL. 2 SoundtrackVol.2 S'Track
4 3  2  3   A TRIBUTE TO MARIO LANZA Mark Vincent 
5 2  2  2   DAMN. Kendrick Lamar 
6 NEW  1  6   SPEEDING Allday2nd LP & T10
8 6  75  1   25 Adele ▲ 9 
9 28  5  7   THE AFTERLOVE James BluntPromo/LOGIE's
10 9  149  1   X Ed Sheeran ♦ 
11 7  23  1   TROLLS Soundtrack ▲1st wk out of T10, WI10-19
12 10  19  2   MOANA Soundtrack ●WI10-14
13 53  23  8   NOTION Tash SultanaEP
14 20  8  14   REMEMBRANCE VariousANZAC Day, NEW PEAK
15 25  112  2   GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: AWESOME MIX VOL. 1 Soundtrack ▲ 2Vol.2 booster
16 11  7  4   BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Soundtrack 
17 12  256  1   + Ed Sheeran ▲ 6 
18 14  20  2   SING Soundtrack 
19 8  3  4   MEMORIES...DO NOT OPEN The ChainsmokersWI10-2
20 NEW  1  20   8 Incubus8th LP, 7th entry
21 15  11  3   HUMAN Rag'N'Bone Man 
22 NEW  1  22   LOVE AND WAR Brad Paisley11th LP
23 NEW  1  23   GUTFUL Bad//Dreems2nd LP & entry
24 NEW  1  24   LIVE IN THE NETHERLANDS Xavier Rudd7th Live, 2nd Live entry
25 17  3  3   MORE SCARED OF YOU THAN YOU ARE OF ME The Smith Street Band 
26 NEW  1  26   YOU ARE WE While She Sleeps3rd LP, 1st entry
27 22  51  1   RIPCORD Keith Urban ▲ 
28 18  5  2   THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY ALBUM Lee Kernaghan 
29 5  2  5   THE SEARCH FOR EVERYTHING John Mayerouch, WI10-1
30 13  2  13   THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS: THE ALBUM Soundtrackouch
31 21  23  3   24K MAGIC Bruno Mars ●1 of 3 drops
32 23  284  1   21 Adele ▲ 15 
33 26  244  1   THE VERY BEST INXS ▲ 6 
34 27  423  11   THE VERY BEST OF FLEETWOOD MAC Fleetwood Mac ▲ 8 
35 66  168  1   RUMOURS Fleetwood Mac ▲ 13rebound
36 31  26  12   THE ULTIMATE COLLECTION Roy Orbison 
37 39  364  5   GREATEST HITS Guns N' Roses ▲ 9 
38 R/E  3  38   ONE VOICE Aled JonesLW-161, RE-PEAK
40 44  7  40   A / B KaleoNEW PEAK
41 48  22  41   THE ESSENTIAL BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN Bruce Springsteen ▲ 2NEW PEAK
42 38  48  16   THE BEST OF The Wiggles ● 
43 35  11  23   THE ESSENTIAL VAN MORRISON Van Morrison 
44 37  23  2   GLORY DAYS Little Mix ● 
45 30  67  1   TO PIMP A BUTTERFLY Kendrick Lamar ● 
46 NEW  1  46   TEARS ON THE DANCEFLOOR Steps5th LP, 3rd entry
47 52  24  3   ILLUMINATE Shawn MendesNov'17 tour rise
48 16  131  1   1989 Taylor Swift ♦ouch
49 34  3  34   WISH YOU WERE HERE The Ten Tenorsouch
50 33  4  3   EMPEROR OF SAND Mastodonouch

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51 54  22  1   STARBOY The Weeknd ● 
52 62  5  35   LOVE & HATE Michael Kiwanukarise
53 65  231  2   GREATEST HITS Queen ▲ 15 
54 73  30  1   DANGEROUS WOMAN Ariana Granderebound
55 24  76  1   PURPOSE Justin Bieber ▲ 3ouch
56 36  3  10   PTX, VOL. 4 PentatonixEP, ouch
57 46  46  1   SKIN Flume ● 
58 40  6  2   MORE LIFE Drakeouch
59 55  51  23   GOOD KID, M.A.A.D CITY Kendrick Lamar 
60 43  4  23   BIG LITTLE LIES Soundtrackouch
61 93  52  1   LEMONADE Beyonce ▲rebound
62 71  85  1   IMMORTALIZED Disturbed ● 
63 67  5  63   GREATEST HITS SO FAR... Zac Brown Bandpost tour NEW PEAK
64 42  3  14   PURE COMEDY Father John Mistyouch
65 51  81  7   BLURRYFACE Twenty One Pilots ● 
67 70  44  6   THE BEST OF NICKELBACK VOLUME 1 Nickelback ▲ 
68 64  3  15   STARLIGHT (LIVE) Bethel Music 
69 76  26  8   BACK FROM THE EDGE James Arthur 
70 63  10  15   THE WIGGLES NURSERY RHYMES The Wiggles 
71 87  63  38   ALL TIME GREATEST HITS Neil Diamond ●rise
72 R/E  9  5   A GIRL, A BOTTLE, A BOAT TrainLW-112
73 57  8  1   POSTCARDS FROM THE SHELL HOUSE Busby Marououch
74 74  23  1   HARDWIRED...TO SELF-DESTRUCT Metallica ● 
75 77  220  2   THE BEST OF COLD CHISEL - ALL FOR YOU Cold Chisel ▲ 2 
76 94  45  17   50 BEST SONGS Play Schoolrise
77 R/E  8  10   RECLAIM AUSTRALIA A.B. OriginalLW-290
79 72  175  5   THE VERY VERY BEST OF CROWDED HOUSE Crowded House ▲ 2 
80 90  146  10   ROCKET MAN: THE DEFINITIVE HITS Elton John ▲ 3 
81 95  111  25   THE VERY BEST OF THE DOORS The Doors ▲ 2rise
83 R/E  27  3   MY DEAR COMPANION: SELECTIONS FROM THE TRIO COLLECTION Dolly Parton, Linda Ronstadt & Emmylou HarrisLW-109
84 NEW  1  84   THE VERY BEST OF LINDA RONSTADT Linda Ronstadt ●LW-103 only NEW CERT
85 R/E  4  3   MESMER NorthlaneLW-106
86 69  129  3   19 Adele ▲ 2ouch
87 85  40  1   GIMME SOME LOVIN': JUKEBOX VOL. II Human Nature ● 
88 88  4  12   BLOODLUST Body Count 
89 81  18  36   GREATEST HITS The Notorious B.I.G. ▲ 
90 79  17  7   LA LA LAND Soundtrack 
91 32  183  2   DOO-WOPS & HOOLIGANS Bruno Mars ▲ 42 of 3 drops
92 91  111  1   AM Arctic Monkeys ▲ 2 
93 47  14  1   DRAGONFLY Kasey Chambersouch
94 29  87  1   UNORTHODOX JUKEBOX Bruno Mars ▲ 33 of 3 drops
95 60  38  1   SUICIDE SQUAD: THE ALBUM Soundtrack ●ouch
96 82  21  1   BLUE & LONESOME The Rolling Stones ● 
97 NEW  1  97   BE MYSELF Sheryl CrowLP#10
98 R/E  39  1   SPIRIT OF THE ANZACS Lee Kernaghan ▲LW-286
99 R/E  165  1   FROZEN: THE SONGS Soundtrack ▲ 5LW-107
100 R/E  24  1   WILDFLOWER The AvalanchesLW-119

out 19  1  19   ONE GOOD SHIRT HAD US ALL FLY Spit SyndicateTW-179
out 49  2  49   FREEDOM HIGHWAY Rhiannon GiddensTW-420
out 50  6  2   CLEOPATRA The LumineersTW-143
out 56  3  16   STARLIGHT Jon StevensTW-117
out 58  2  20   INFINITE Deep PurpleTW-101
out 59  88  1   THE FAME MONSTER Lady Gaga ▲ 3TW-gone
out 61  70  2   BADLANDS Halsey ●TW-120
out 75  3  7   AUTOMATON JamiroquaiTW-110
out 78  14  4   DAY BREAKS Norah JonesTW-119
out 80  1  80   SEA OF NOISE St. Paul & The Broken BonesTW-gone
out 83  16  8   LIFELINES I PrevailTW-155
out 84  8  3   UNTITLED UNMASTERED. Kendrick LamarTW-122
out 86  26  3   THE WONDER OF YOU Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra ●TW-111
out 89  145  1   JAGGED LITTLE PILL Alanis Morissette ▲ 14TW-463
out 92  72  2   A HEAD FULL OF DREAMS Coldplay ▲TW-113
out 96  4  10   LOWER THE BAR Steel PantherTW-123
out 97  19  3   DEATH OF A BACHELOR Panic! At The DiscoTW-302
out 98  21  2   JOANNE Lady GagaTW-166
out 99  35  1   HARVEST Neil Young ▲ 7TW-108
out 100  11  27   GREATEST HITS The Cure ▲ 2TW-116

Next 20 Albums (not mentioned above)
102 - Currents - Tame Impala
103 - This is Acting - Sia
104 - Blossom - Milky Chance
105 - Californication - RHCP
106 * Americana - Ray Davies
107 - Endless - The McClymonts
109 - Everyone We Know - Thundamentals
112 - GH - Tracy Chapman
114 * Ground Hog: The Musical - Broadway Cast recording by Tim Minchin
115 - I See You - The xx
118 - Essential - Michael Jackson
132 * Whisper in the Crowd - Paul Costa
142 * On My Side - Kim Walker-Smith
152 * Deadlights - Mesma
185 * Death Song - The Black Angels
198 * Hammersmith Odeadn, London '75 - Bruce Springsteen

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Figures (* = debut)

018530+3030+ #1 in digital and in every state

0214250+6860+7390+ #1 digital and in every state
0313770+2890+10870+ #1 streamed
just over 230 chart points/sales between #1 & #2 singles this week.
bulion, do you know why (in this last four weeks) Greatest Hits (Neil Young) ranked higher than Harvest on Catalogue but not on Top Albums?
I don't know why it isn't within the Top 100, last week his GH sold 248 copies, whilst Harvest sold just 206.
Warner probably hasn't allowed Neil Young's Greatest Hits to re-enter the main Top Albums Chart. It happens quite often with catalogue albums.

Streaming will be incorporated into the Albums Chart from May 14th according to Herald Sun:

"THE Australian album chart is about to change forever.

ARIA will now include data from streaming services as well as physical sales and digital downloads to compile Australia’s most popular albums each week.

The adoption of the new technology will take place from Sunday, May 14.

Major territories including the US and UK already factor in plays on streaming services when they calculate the Top 100 albums each week.

“The ARIA chart is where people come to see what Australia is listening to,” ARIA CEO Dan Rosen said. “More and more Australians are listening to music via streaming so the ARIA chart needs to reflect that.”

The ARIA singles chart already factors in streams of tracks from Apple Music, Spotify, Deezer and Google Play to work out the Top 100 each week — using data from both paid and free subscribers.

ARIA will use the same ratio for the albums chart as it does the singles chart — 175 streams counts as one stream.

It’s a complicated equation. Listeners don’t need to stream an entire album, with ARIA using data compiled from streams of 10 tracks of one album.

Rosen uses Ed Sheeran’s chart dominating album ÷ (Divide) as an example.

“There’s 15 songs on the Ed Sheeran album. You take the top 10 songs from that album in terms of streaming numbers, you take out the top two which would probably be Shape Of You and Galway Girl so the album chart isn’t skewed by a big hit single. You take the average of the next eight tracks, put two back in and divide the 10 songs by 175. Then you add in the physical and digital sales.”

ARIA have been running a test chart for a year to see what impact streaming would have on the turnover of albums and also the steady influx of new releases.

Many believe the use of streaming in the singles chart has meant songs spend longer at No. 1 — Ed Sheeran’s Shape Of You just smashed ABBA’s 31-year-old record by clocking up 15 weeks on top.

“Certain artists do better on streaming services than others but the test chart wasn’t massively different,” Rosen said. “It hasn’t been as big an issue as we thought. It was one of the reasons we waited, we didn’t want this to unfairly prejudice Australian artists and the model we’re implementing is the best possible model to ensure Australian artists have the best chance of success on the chart.”

Streaming will now also be used to calculate gold (35,000 sales) and platinum (70,000) certificates and will count for all genres."
Glad to see that ARIA will be adopting the UK methodology for this. I knew it was a matter of time and was hoping they wouldn't muck it up. I do worry if in the long term I'll see a lot of my favourite artists struggling with lack of streams much like how it is on the singles chart, but I think this will revitalise the album chart in a necessary fashion.
That sounds fair enough for the album charts. Let's hope some revision is on the way soon for the non-singles in the Singles chart.
To see if I understand properly: So it's most streamed tracks 3-10 averaged out and then divided by ten? Then applies the streaming ratio? "Put two back in" is only for the dividing by ten, and doesn't effect the average resulting from 3-10, right? How will this work for EPs such as Amy Shark's, which has only six tracks. Obviously all six will be used for the average, which might then allow the effect of a massive single to be an influence, but then will their average be divided by six or by ten?
I was wondering when ARIA were going to implement the 'joys' of streaming points to the albums chart. There's no longer any FOMO for the albums chart now. *Dave Hughes voice* Good on youuu, ARIA!
I'm not sure if any special case is made for EPs, since it's not mentioned on the article, I'd guess that they wouldn't. It's kind of tricky territory because you can look at it another way, and if they took the hard average (minus the big two) and an artist (like Calvin Harris idk) were to just cram hits onto an EP, it'd be easier to abuse the system. Though one could argue that at the same time we have Drake in the US currently abusing their system by making his recent projects way longer than they need to be because more tracks just means more stuff to stream.

I was testing some numbers last night and for what it's worth, if it were last week's chart, Sheeran probably gets about 2K stream-equivalent album sales, Kendrick would get a little less than that, and the next biggest album at the moment would be More Life which would only get about 500 extra. From how I've seen it play out in the UK, it'll likely be a case where albums without hits can still chart high, but the albums that are high in the conversation will be shifted up a bit.
Oh here we go, ARIA published an article themselves this morning: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/news/2017/audio-streams-to-be-integrated-into-aria-albums-ch

key to note: "The two tracks attracting most streams are reduced to the level of the average of the next eight highest streamed tracks associated with the album (or all tracks where an album has fewer than ten tracks)."
If anyone's interested, I made a mock-up of the graph on that page using Ed Sheeran's real Spotify figures from the latest weekly Spotify chart: http://i.imgur.com/Ja7zbwy.png The #3-#10 average is 276,624 plays, which amounts to 1,581 sales (assuming they don't change the 175:1 ratio whenever they feel like it), plus however much from Apple Music and other services.

Regarding EPs, the ARIA article says they add up the plays for the top up-to-10 tracks (with the top 2 adjusted down), then divide by 10, then divide by 175; it doesn't simplify that into just taking the #3-#10 average and dividing by 175. So I believe Amy Shark's EP would get divided by 10, not 6, and The Chainsmokers' Collage EP wouldn't have benefited from having 80% of its tracks be charting hits. However I'm not sure if the top 2 on an EP would contribute to the average they're reduced to; I guess not, but it can be read both ways.

I'm glad ARIA are doing this, and I hope it'll help the albums we can verifiably see get heaps of listens (DAMN., ÷, More Life, Starboy, 'x' forever until the end of time) succeed, over the likes of covers and Christmas albums that sell highly by appealing to older demographics who don't use streaming and have more disposable income to impulse buy CDs, which can easily be listened to just once or left unopened, and have zero cultural impact, as well as albums that only sell to niche fanbases and disappear after the first week. I mean, I'm not a big album chart follower, but it always ticks me off when I see something like this week's chart, where 'A Tribute To Mario Lanza' (with a grand total of 1,734 Spotify plays and 39,948 YouTube views on its biggest track) sits above Kendrick's hugely impactful album.
Ah, Rosen explained it poorly in the Herald Sun article above. So the two most popular tracks are scored at the average of 3-10 and then the scores of all ten are added with the conversion after that.

Kendrick still didn't have a physical release for the latest chart; if that was out I'm sure he'd have been ahead of the Mario Lanza Tribute. Physical sales do still have some relevance to the albums chart, so maybe be more ticked off at the release of physical Damn being so much later rather than at people buying another album.
It'll be interesting to see how DAMN. & More Life go once they get a full release. In general though they do represent a serious gap in market representation on the chart as rap fans are much less likely to buy albums but they'll generate crazy streaming numbers. I'm something of an oddity for having bought Kendrick's last 4 projects
I think Damn has sold reasonably well physically since it was released last Friday. It won't pull crazy huge numbers, but there would still be plenty of fans who want a physical copy.
Yeah what I meant is once it's represented on the chart lol. I think More Life is out this Friday too but I might be wrong. But yeah, I expect a slight rebound but nothing major like say Radiohead shooting back from out of the top 40 to #1 in the UK last year
Fair point, I'd forgotten about the delayed physical release and not for the first time
Not sure if you meant tomorrow or the 12th, but More Life isn't out tomorrow as far as I'm aware.
I meant tomorrow but lol not surprised, keeps getting delayed
"This ensures that albums with one or two hit singles do not distort the performance of an album within the albums chart."

...but three or more hit singles makes distorted performance fine? I don't think it's a bad change to make overall, but the key issue with including streams for albums has always been the dividing line between the singles and albums chart, and I'm not sure how well these provisions will actually protect that. Wouldn't it be better to disallow plays for singles? Forgive me if I'm wrong, but it's my understanding that the label nominates a song as eligible for the singles chart - wouldn't excluding streams of those songs from the albums chart discourage nominating every album track as a single?

I know it's a little reminiscent of the short-lived change in 2012 re: instant grat tracks (in terms of trying to reflect a division that's simply not as clear-cut these days), but I do think double-counting of the same streams is a problem, and it seems to me the solution would be allowing streams to count for either singles or towards the album, but not both (maybe with something similar for sales of individual album tracks in terms of having them count towards the album chart on a 10:1 ratio rather than the singles chart).
You kind of make a point there Fenrik, where should the inclusion of streaming points for Singles and Album charts start and stop, and likewise for non-single song unit sales. Maybe it is too hard to easily categorise as one or the other. I hope ARIA are trying their best to work through this issue, but in my opinion there is still some work to be done.
I think in terms of measuring album popularity through streams, there's eventually going to have to be some degree of simplification that's not going to appropriately cover every individual case. Simply because there do not exist the resources/desire to determine it. So what we have is an admittedly entirely arbitrary system since they're really only looking at 8 tracks (in Sheeran's case, Castle On The Hill, Happier, Perfect, Dive, Supermarket Flowers, What Do I Know, New Man & How Would You Feel). If you stream one of those 8 tracks, you're affecting the album chart, if you stream a different track, you're not affecting it, even if the actions are clearly identical. But then I feel this frustration every time I buy a track and it's not even counted in the chart.

I guess the sense in this system is that generally artists won't have more than 2 active singles from an album in a chart, and even if they have a 3rd or 4th, it's still somewhat negligible (if an artist maintains 3 singles in the top 50 on streaming, that's just about 150 sales, that's it), so it just uses what would be the normal case as a model and basis for all cases.
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Hopefully this means Rihanna can get more longevity on her next album. Anti's quick drop was surprising considering her past chart runs but then again her singles were much less succesful this time.

Anyway I'm fine with this change as long as it doesn't end up as extreme as the US where More Life is selling 4-6k but estimated at 65-70k due to streaming

1. I'm the one (Please be No.1)
2. Shape of you
3. Galway Girl
4. Humble
5. There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back
6. Symphony
7. Something Just Like This
8. Sign Of the Times
9. The Cure
10. Green Light
11. That's What I Like
12. It Ain't Me
13. Waves
14. Stay
15. You Don't Know Me
16. Castle On The Hill
17. Swalla
18. Issues
19. Slide
20. Scared to be lonely
1. I'm The One
2. Galway Girl
3. Shape Of You
4. Humble
5. Symphony
6. There's Nothin Holdin' Me Back
7. Something Just Like This
8. Stay
9. Sign Of The Times
10. That's What I Like
11. Despacito
12. It Ain't Me
13. Green Light
14. Waves
15. The Cure
16. Passionfruit
17. Slide
18. Issues
19. Scared To Be Lonely
20. Mask Off
Here goes nothing lol.
1. I'm The One
2. Shape Of You
3. Galway Girl
4. There's Nothing Holdin Me Back
6. Symphony
7. Something Just Like This
8. Sign Of The Times
9. Stay
10. Despacito
11. Waves
12. That's What I Like
13. Green Light
14. Slide
15. Passionfruit
16. Issues
17. The Cure
18. Swalla
19. All Time Low
20. Mask Off
ultimate floppred coming

1. I'm The One - DJ Khaled featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper & Lil Wayne
2. Shape Of You - Ed Sheeran
3. There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back - Shawn Mendes
4. Galway Girl - Ed Sheeran
5. HUMBLE. - Kendrick Lamar
6. Symphony - Clean Bandit featuring Zara Larsson
7. Something Just Like This - The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
8. Sign Of The Times - Harry Styles
9. Stay - Zedd & Alessia Cara
10. Green Light - Lorde
11. It Ain't Me - Kygo & Selena Gomez
12. First Time - Kygo & Ellie Goulding
13. That's What I Like - Bruno Mars
14. Passionfruit - Drake
15. The Cure - Lady Gaga
16. Waves - Dean Lewis
17. Issues - Julia Michaels
18. Castle On The Hill - Ed Sheeran
19. Slide - Calvin Harris featuring Frank Ocean & Migos
20. You Don't Know Me - Jax Jones featuring Raye
Thanks to bulion and Innocent Eyes for the answer to my question!

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