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Forum - General: Music/Charts related - Most successful weeks for debuts

I have no idea if this will be a success or a flop but here goes. I've been thinking about something lately and I have a question for those with charts on this site.

What are the most successful weeks for debuts on your chart? So for example, has there been a week where two songs that went on to become #1s debuted? Or maybe a #1 and numerous top 5 hits? Would love to see what other people have had on their charts when it comes to these stats.

I'll post some of my examples in a bit
Here's two of my biggest:


10th September 2016
Wild Forever - Sophie Ellis-Bextor [#1 x5, #1 EOY]
My Puppet Heart - Sophie Ellis-Bextor [#3 x3, #21 EOY]
Weekend - Louis The Child & Icona Pop [#2 x2, #24 EOY]
Never Ever - Röyksopp featuring Susanne Sundfør [#5 x2, #27 EOY]
Unrequited - Sophie Ellis-Bextor [#5, #37 EOY]
Been Here Before - Indian Summer featuring Eloise Cleary [#13, #88 EOY]
No One Knows Me Better - GRMM featuring Sleep Steady & Thandi Phoenix [#18]

14th February 2015
Ego - Tove Styrke [#3, #1 EOY]
Pay No Mind - Madeon featuring Passion Pit [#1 x2, #6 EOY]
What Kind Of Man - Florence + The Machine [#5, #85 EOY]
Sweets (Soda Pop) - Fox Stevenson [#8]
Outlines - Mike Mago & Dragonette [#15]
Feed The Rhythm - Client Liaison [#18]

More to come
I'll go deeper tomorrow when I'm less tired, but here's a few more notable ones:

11th October 2014
Dangerous - David Guetta featuring Sam Martin [#1 x4, #12 EOY]
Sunlight - The Magician featuring Years & Years [#1 x2, #13 EOY]
Maybe - Carmada [#2, #24 EOY]
Take Me Over - Peking Duk featuring SAFIA [#8, #59 EOY]
Do What You Wanna Do [#18, #72 EOY]
Down On My Luck - Vic Mensa [#12, #96 EOY]
Real Love - Clean Bandit & Jess Glynne [#19]
Goody Two Shoes - Duck Sauce [#22]

12th September 2015
Uh Huh - ROMANS [#1 x5, #9 EOY]
Games - Alison Wonderland [#3, #10 EOY]
Die Young - GRMM featuring Wild Eyed Boy [#1, #14 EOY]
Puppet Theatre - Claptone featuring Peter Bjorn & John [#4 x2, #34 EOY]
Lights - Hurts [#8, #56 EOY]
Clothes Off (Great Good Fine OK Remix) - Ria Mae [#13, #87 EOY]
Night Go Slow - Catey Shaw [#1]

13th February 2016
My Toy - Breakbot [#1 x6, #2 EOY]
Old Habits Die Hard - Allie X [#1, #5 EOY]
Don't Let Me Down - The Chainsmokers [#5, #13 EOY]
Smoke & Retribution - Flume featuring Vince Staples & Kučka [#10, #76 EOY]
Monody - TheFatRat featuring Laura Brehm [#10]
Something New - Zendaya featuring Chris Brown [#13]

25th February 2017
My Delight - Gavin Turek [#1 x4]
It's The Light - Gavin Turek [#3 x3]
Make Your Move - Ronika [#5 x3]
Satellites - Timmy Trumpet & Qulinez [#8 x2]
To Be Free - L D R U [#14 x2]
Haven't got the time to check my charts right now, but the thread does make me think of two vaguely related things, firstly that in 1991 all on the same day, we had the release of "Nevermind", "Blood Sugar Sex Magik" and "The Low End Theory", which has got to be one of the biggest in terms of enduring albums.

On a similar note, a thing I noticed recently is that in 2011, we had a week where Coldplay released a new album, which was obviously the big event of the week, but at the same time, two other albums casually entered the top 50 together. They were the lowest entries of the week, but have perhaps gone on to do quite well http://australian-charts.com/weekchart.asp?year=2011&date=20111106&cat=a
Yeah I haven't had a chance to look at my charts stats yet, but it would be pretty safe to say the weeks where a massive album was released for me (Tamar, Mauboy, Demi) would be my biggest debut weeks... in particular the week I discovered Tamar's music and almost every damn song from her Love And War album went top 10 on my chart (off the top of my head I know White Candle (#1), Pieces (#1), Thank You Lord (#2), Prettiest Girl (#2), The One (#3), Sound of Love (#2), Love and War (#4) and Where It Hurts (#2) all went top 5, and furthermore Hot Sugar (#8) went top 10).

There was also the week she released Calling All Lovers which I know had seven debuts that all eventually went top 10, as well as Angels & Demons (#1), If I Don't Have You (#1) and Catfish (#2) which had all debuted prior to the week of the album being released. The weeks of Jessica Mauboy's Get 'Em Girls and Beautiful and Demi Lovato's Demi, Unbroken and Tell Me You Love Me (if I still did top 25's) albums would've been big debut wise too.
This week in 2006 would be one of my more successful in terms of EOY performance:
Sam's Top 50 - 2 July 2006, Week 27
BTWLWTitle - ArtistPeakEOY
*1NEWAfterglow - INXS#1#6
*5NEWThat Old Pair Of Jeans - Fatboy Slim#1#3
*6NEWWoman - Wolfmother#3#10
*17NEWUnfaithful - Rihanna#12 
*18NEWRough Gems - Islands#6 
*19NEWThe Hardest Part - Coldplay#6#24
*20NEWWhat's Left Of Me - Nick Lachey#7 
*25NEWSupermassive Black Hole - Muse#5#13
*37NEWSin Sin Sin - Robbie Williams#10#46
*38NEWOne Crowded Hour - Augie March#15 
*50NEWJCB Song - Nizlopi#29 

I think there may be a couple of others that were similar, but 3 x top 10 EOY songs in one week is a pretty good haul.

I had one week in 2006 where 12 of my top 15 were debuts, and a week in 2003 where 8 of the top 10 were debuts, but not overall as 'successful' as the above.


Edit: This week is probably similar in terms of debuts, but it's also perhaps the strongest top 10 I've ever had as 9/10 peaked at #1 and all made my top 50 of 2013.
Sam's Top 100 – Chart #893 – 8 September 2013, Week 36
TWLWWKSHPTitle - ArtistPeakEOY
1NEW11Mountains – Regurgitator#1#26
2NEW12Missing You – Alex Gaudino ft. Nicole Scherzinger#1#10
3141These Four Words – The Maine#1#5
4261The Wire – Haim#1#34
5351Roar – Katy Perry#1#8
64101In The Future – Architecture In Helsinki#1#11
7NEW17The Perfect Life – Moby ft. Wayne Coyne#1#4
86103Nothing To Lose – Freemasons ft. Andrea Martin#3#13
9571Count On Me – Chase & Status ft. Moko#1#45
107151Echoes - Henrik B, Niklas Gustavsson, Peter Johansson#1#7

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