Meghan Trainor was in Australia during the past week on a promo tour, appearing on many shows, including a live performance on The X-Factor on Monday night, plus her new EP “Title” was out this week too, which all adds up to her song “All About That Bass” climbing back to the top of the ARIA Singles chart this week, for a fourth non-consecutive week, plus it picks up a third ▲Platinum certification in the process.
“Bass” is only the second song this year to reclaim the top spot, as “Happy” by Pharrell Williams went back to the top in February after week off the No.1 spot. Taylor Swift drops back down to No.2 with “Shake it off”, but she will be in the country in a couple of weeks (also appearing on XF) to promote her new album ‘1989’, so the song could climb back to the top. Leaping to a new peak of No.3 is “Freaks” for Timmy Trumpet and Savage, which becomes the second top three single for Savage, whom peaked at No.2 back in January on the Joel Fletcher track “Swing”.
X-Factor judge Redfoo drops back a place to No.4 with “New Thang”, whilst the other performer on this weeks’ X-Factor was local singer Nathaniel, who sang his new song “Live Louder” on the show, and this week that song leaps up seventeen places to land at No.5, which becomes his second Top 5 and Top 10 single, as his other entry to the ten was “You” which peaked at No.4 in mid-October 2013.
Dropping two places to No.6 is the trio of Jessie J, Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande with “Bang Bang” and back up one place to No.7 is Klingande with “Jubel”, whilst also down are G.R.L. with “Ugly Heart” and “Budapest” for George Ezra, both songs dropping three places to No.8 and No.9 respectively. Another of last weeks entries also leaps into the Top 10 this week, Calvin Harris and John Newman are up nine places to No.10 with “Blame” (the new UK No.1 single this week). It becomes the Scottish DJ’s eighth Top 10 single in Australia and the third for John, who was last in the Top 10 this time last year with his first solo entry (and second entry to the ten) “Love Me Again” (HP-4).
NEW PEAKS & MOVERS: Nicki Minaj is back up a place to No.11 with her “Anaconda”, whilst climbing to new peaks within the Top 20 are Echosmith with “Cool Kids” (#16), Sam Smith and “I’m Not the Only One” (#17) and “All About You” for Hilary Diff (#20). Becky G is up six places to a new peak of No.21 with “Shower” and climbing back up six places to No.31 is “Maps” (HP-30) for Maroon 5, which the X-Factor contestant performed in a group number this week. Usher and Nicki Minaj hold at their peak of No.32 with “She Came to Give it to You”, whilst jumping up twenty places to a new chart height of No.33 is Fences with Macklemore & Ryan Lewis on the track “Arrows”. Nickelback debuted at No.44 last week with “What Are You Waiting for?” which this week is up four places to No.40, whilst returning to the fifty at No.50 (up twelve spots) are The Script with “Superheroes” ahead of their new album which came out on Friday.
DOWN DOWN: After five weeks within the Top 10, two of those at No.7, “Prayer in C” (Robin Schultz Remix) for Lilly Wood & the Prick is down a couple of places to No.12, plus the track is now certified ▲Platinum in sales. And after nine weeks in the ten, Paloma Faith is down four places to No.13 with her former No.1 single “Only Love Can Hurt Like This”. Ella Henderson is down five to No.22 with “Ghost”, and after climbing back up to No.11 last week, “Amnesia” for 5 Seconds of Summer drops back thirteen places to No.24 this week. Gabrielle Aplin is down to No.39 with “Please Don’t Say You Love Me” and down eleven to No.44 is Charli XCX with “Boom Clap”, followed by Eminem and Sia who drop ten places to No.45 with “Guts Over Fear”. Falling out of the Top 50 this week are Dami Im with “Gladiator” (now Gold ●) (36 to 51), “Stay High” by Tove Lo (46 to 52), “Waves” for Mr. Probz (48 to 53) and “Mess is Mine” by Vance Joy (41 to 60).
English Drum N’ Bass duo Sigma score the highest new entry this week, by debuting at No.19 with their second chart entry here “Changing”, which features Paloma Faith as guest vocalist. They peaked at No.11 in late June with “Nobody to Love”, the song is sitting at No.69 this week.
Ed Sheeran returns to the Top 100 at No.41 with the third single from his ‘x’ (TW-10) album entitled “Thinking out Loud”, the song having previously charted in late June reaching No.78 for a single week, but now it’s the official third track lifted from his album, becoming his eleventh Top 100 and Top 50 entry here in the process. The final entry for the fifty comes in at No.46, The Vamps with Sean Mendes and the song “Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart)”, which becomes the bands fifth Top 100 and fourth Top 50 entry. This track uses the chorus from the Simon & Garfunkel song “Cecilia” (HP-6, peaked late June 1970).
Lower 50: Fall Out Boy climbs to a new peak of No.55 with “Centuries” and also up is The Madden Brothers with “Dear Jane” to No.57. Illy holds at No.63 with “One for the City”, and back up twenty two places to No.65 is Chris Brown with “Loyal”, whilst his track “New Flame” is back up twelve to No.66. From the TMNT-2014 film “Shell Shocked” for Juicy J leaps up twenty-four places to a new peak of No.72, whilst “Cosby Sweater” for The Hilltop Hoods is up five places to a new chart height of No.85. Alt-J returns with all three of their recent singles “Every Other Freckle” (#76), “Left Hand Free” (new Peak #80) and “Hunger of the Pine” (#83). Other re-entries come from Slipknot with “The Devil in I” (#91), “Love More” for Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj (#94; HP-29), “Latch” for Disclosure featuring Sam Smith, and Meg Mac with “Roll Up Your Sleeves” (#97).
To coincide with her national tour with Andrea Bocelli, Delta Goodrem has covered the Martika October 1991 No.1 single “Love... Thy Will Be Done”, which comes in at No.59 and becomes her first entry for 2014 and her 23rd chart entry overall. Another local act, EDM duo Flight Facilities enter at No.67 with their fourth Top 100 chart entry “Two Bodies”, which features Emma Louise as guest vocalist, which becomes her second entry too.
Swedish DJ Alessandro Lindblad is better know as Alesso, and he teams up with fellow country-woman Tove Lo for his new single “Heroes (We Could be)”, which comes in at No.70 and becomes her second entry and his third, although it’s Alesso’s first lead single, as he previously charted as the guest on the Calvin Harris track “Under Control” (HP-17, Oct 2013) and the remixer of the OneRepublic track “If I Lose Myself” (HP-14, Feb 2014). Kid Ink teams with Usher and Tinashe for the No.77 entry “Body Language”, which also becomes his first lead entry, but third overall entry, as Kid has appeared on two previous Chris Brown tracks “Show Me” (HP-46, peaked Jan 2014) and “Main Chick” (HP-86, Feb 2014).
The ninth chart entry for local DJ Havana Brown comes in at No.81 entitled “Better Not Said”, and X-Factor entries this week are only three, two of which are by local contestants. Firstly coming in at No.87 is Marlisa Punzalan at No.87 with her cover of the Metallica song “Nothing Else Matters”, whilst Dean Ray who drops from 15 to 43 with his version of “Budapest”, he is also new at No.90 with his rendition of the INXS song “New Sensation”. Sandwiched in-between those two locals, is an act from the 2013 USA edition of X-Factor, couple Alex and Sierra; who placed third last year, and they debut at No.89 with their first single “Scarecrow”.
The brothers Joel and Benji Madden, known as The Madden Brothers enter at the top of the ARIA Albums chart with their debut album “Greetings from California”, which becomes the boys’ second chart-topper, as their former band Good Charlotte spent a week at the top almost ten years ago with “The Chronicles of Life and Death”, which spent a week at the top on 11-October-2004.
“Greetings from California” becomes the 715th No.1 album in Australia (1965 to 2014) and the 566th for ARIA (1983 to 2014), whilst its also the 364th album to debut at No.1 here, plus the eighteenth album to enter at the top of the ARIA Albums chart this year, plus it’s also the fifteenth No.1 album for the Capitol record label, and the second this year as the self-titled album for 5 Seconds of Summer was the other back in early July.
It’s the sixth No.1 album with the word ‘from’ in its title, whilst it’s the first ‘Greetings’ to make it to the top (the previous highest ‘Greetings’ to chart was Bruce Springsteen’s first album “Greetings from Asbury Park, N.J.”, which finally charted in 1985 reaching No.71). It’s the second album with ‘California’ in its title to reach the top, the other being The Eagles back in January 1977 with “Hotel California” which stayed atop for twelve straight weeks.
The Madden Brothers’ album is the 259th by an American act to hit No.1 here in Australia, and the eighth this year, and the brothers are the 143rd American Act to reach the top, plus they become the eleventh duo to hit the top of the ARIA Albums chart, plus the fourth duo from America, the other three being Simon & Garfunkel, The Carpenters and earlier this year MKTO. So far “Greetings from California” has charted two singles, “We are Done” (HP-1, TW-28) and new single “Dear Jane” (TW-57).
Landing his second successive No.2 debut is Slash, again with Myles Kennedy & the Conspirators, who all debut with their new set “World on Fire”. At the end of May 2012 they debuted and peaked at No.2 with “Apocalyptic Love”, with this new set becoming the third Top 10 and fifth Top 100 entry for Slash. Rising back up three places to No.3 is Sam Smith (current UK No.1 album) with “In the Lonely Hour”, and dropping back down two places to No.4 is Jimmy Barnes with his recent No.1 “30:30 Hindsight”.
The third and final Top 10 debut comes in at No.5, Megan Washington with her second album “There There”. It also becomes her second Top 5 album, as her August 2010 set “I Believe You Liar” debuted and peaked at No.3. Last weeks No.1 debut for Vance Joy, “Dream Your Life Away” drops down to No.6 and falling four places to No.7 is Ariana Grande with “My Everything”. Paloma Faith is down three to No.8 with “A Perfect Contradiction”, The Hilltop Hoods drop down five to No.9 with “Walking Under Stars” and Ed Sheeran is down a place to No.10 with “x”.
NEW PEAKS & MOVERS: The ‘Frozen’ Soundtrack is back up four places to No.12 and George Ezra is also up four places to a new peak of No.16 with his “Wanted on Voyage” set. The self-titled album for 5 Seconds of Summer is back up seven places to No.17 and the current national tour for Kingswood helps their album “Microscopic Wars” to jump back up nine places to No.18. The XF performance of ‘New Sensation’ and the Channel 7 show on the passing of Michael Hutchence helps “The Very Best” for INXS back up to No.23 and thanks to his national tour, Robbie Williams’ “Swings Both Ways” leaps back up thirty-five places to No.25. Sia is back up twelve spots to No.29 with “1000 Forms of Fear” and further local acts back up are 360 with “Utopia” (50 to 36), Taylor Henderson with “Burnt Letters” (43 to 33) and Chet Faker with “Built on Glass” (64 to 37). Pink is back up nineteen spots to No.34 with her “Greatest Hits… So Far” and The Wiggles are up thirty places to No.47 with the collection “Hot Potatoes: The Best of”, whilst Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons are up to a new peak of No.50 with “Jersey Beat: The Music of”, due to their current film ‘Jersey Boys’ and the recent passing of their producer Bob Crewe.
DOWN DOWN: After six weeks within the Top 10, the soundtrack for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy: Awesome Mix 1” (HP-2) is down four places to No.11 and after two weeks within the ten, “Bittersweet” (HP-2) for Kasey Chambers is down six spots to No.14, and after debuting at No.10 last week, the self-titled album for Ryan Adams drops seventeen places this week to No.27. The Eagles compilation “Selected Works: 1972-1999” halves its position from last week, dropping twelve places to No.24 and down seventeen to No.28 is another of last weeks entries, “El Pintor” for Interpol. Robert Plant drops fourteen to No.36 with “Lullaby and… the Ceaseless Roar”, whilst further of last weeks Top 20 entries drop into the lower 50 section this week, “Nothin’ But Trouble” for The Wolfe Brothers (13 to 39), “Listen” for The Kooks (15 to 41), “The Ocean at the End” for The Tea Party (18 to 42), Goddess by BANKS (17 to 44) and Queen also drop eighteen places to No.46 with “The Platinum Collection” now that their tour here is over. Dropping out from last weeks Top 50 are “Cold Fact” by Rodriguez (39 to 53), John Williamson (21 to 59), Broods (46 to 60), Jersey Boys Soundtrack (38 to 61), Gabrielle Aplin (40 to 63, now Gold ●), Adam Harvey (36 to 70), Brad Paisley (47 to 78), In Flames (33 to 81), The Black Keys (30 to 85), and leaving the hundred from last weeks Top 50 are Tina Arena (#41) and Justin Townes Earle (#48).
The seventh studio album for the group Train is entitled “Bulletproof Picasso”, and it debuts at No.15 this week becoming the bands’ fifth album to chart in Australia, with all five of those entries having reached the Top 30, three of them climbing into the Top 10. The other entry within the Top 20 is the third album for US Metal/Goth band Motionless in White entitled “Reincarnate” at No.19, which becomes the bands first chart entry here in Australia.
Lower 50: London Grammar climb back up ten places to No.51 with “If You Wait”, whilst the current tour for Justin Timberlake sees him with three albums in the lower fifty this week, all of which are “The 20/20 Experience”, the first part returning at No.54, the second back in at No.100 and ‘The Complete Experience’ dropping a few places to No.80 this week. Hillsong are back up twelve places to No.55 with “No Other Name”, which is now Gold ● in sales, the churches first certification in over three years. Further returning albums come from Asgeir at No.65 with “In the Silence”, Alt-J with “An Awesome Wave” (#68), Guns N’ Roses’ “Greatest Hits” (#72), “Essential Michael Jackson” (#88), “Hungry Ghost” for Violent Soho (#89), Boy & Bear with “Harlequin Dream” (#91), about to be tourist Andrea Bocelli with “Passione” (#92), Luke Bryan with “Crash My Party” (#97), Taylor Swift with “Red” (#98) and “Night Visions” for Imagine Dragons (#99). Further climbs come via Briggs with “Sheplife” (94 to 73), recent tourist Kanye West with “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy” (97 to 74) and “Legend” for Bob Marley & The Wailers (95 to 76).
The second EP for local electro uncle-niece duo Willow Beats is entitled “Water” and comes in at No.56 this week, becoming their first chart ARIA Albums chart entry, and another local act scoring their first entry is Sydney trio Seekae with their third studio album “The Worry”, new at No.64. The final new entry coming in at No.96 is the Latin and Cuban infused soundtrack to the film “Chef”.
1. All About That Bass 2. You Ruin Me 3. Shake It Off 4. Live Louder 5. Freaks 6. New Thang 7. Bang Bang 8. Ugly Heart 9. Jubel 10. Blame 11. Budapest 12. Prayer In C 13. Cool Kids 14. I'm Ready 15. Thinking Out Loud 16. Break Free 17. I'm Not The Only One 18. Anaconda 19. Only Love Can Hurt Like This 20. Another Man
1. Missy Higgins 2. Alt-J 3. Chris Brown 4. Barbra Streisand 5. Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga 6. The Script 7. Sam Smith 8. The Hilltop Hoods 9. Ed Sheeran 10. Lenny Kravitz Last edited:
1. All About That Bass - Meghan Trainor 2. You Ruin Me - The Veronicas 3. Shake It Off - Taylor Swift 4. Live Louder - Nathaniel 5. Freaks - Timmy Trumpet 6. New Thang - Redfoo 7. Jubel - Klingande 8. Blame - Calvin Harris featuring John Newman 9. Bang Bang - Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj 10. Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran 11. Cool Kids - Echosmith 12. Budapest - George Ezra 13. Ugly Heart - G.R.L. 14. Prayer In C - Lilly Wood & The Prick 15. Shower - Becky G 16. I'm Not The Only One - Sam Smith 17. Anaconda - Nicki Minaj 18. I'm Ready - AJR 19. Only Love Can Hurt Like This - Paloma Faith 20. Changing - Sigma featuring Paloma Faith 21. Break Free - Ariana Grande featuring Zedd 22. Another Man - Itch featuring Megan Joy 23. Black Widow - Iggy Azalea featuring Rita Ora 24. Where You From? - Beau Ryan featuring Justice Crew 25. This Is How We Do - Katy Perry 26. Stay With Me - Sam Smith 27. Ghost - Ella Henderson 28. Heroes [s](We Could Have A Hideous Title)[/s] (we could be) - Alesso featuring Tove Lo 29. All About You - Hilary Duff 30. Arrows - Fences featuring Macklemore & Ryan Lewis 31. Amnesia - 5 Seconds Of Summer 32. Fireball - Pitbull featuring John Ryan 33. Don't - Ed Sheeran 34. We Are Done - The Madden Brothers 35. She Came To Give It To You - Usher featuring Nicki Minaj 36. Stolen Dance - Milky Chance 37. Latch - Jason Heerah 38. Superheroes - The Script 39. Que Sera - Justice Crew 40. Shitmaps - Maroon 5 41. Chandelier - Sia 42. Geronimo - Sheppard 43. Problem - Ariana Grande featuring Iggy Azalea 44. Stolen Dance - Dean Ray 45. Happy - Pharrell Williams 46. It's My Birthday - Will.I.Am featuring Cody Wise 47. Boom Clap - Charli XCX 48. Come Home With Me - Guy Sebastian 49. Latch - Disclosure featuring Sam Smith 50. What Are You Waiting For? - Nickelback 51. Please Don't Say You Love Me - Gabrielle Aplin 52. Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart) - The Vamps featuring Shawn Mendes 53. Fancy - Iggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX 54. A Sky Full Of Stars - Coldplay 55. Gladiator - Dami Im 56. Worst Day Of My Life - American Authors 57. Waves - Mr. Probz 58. Lovers On The Sun - David Guetta featuring Sam Martin 59. Happy Little Pill - Troye Sivan 60. Am I Wrong - Nico & Vinz
1. Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass 2. The Veronicas - You Ruin Me 3. Taylor Swift - Shake It Off 4. Nathaniel - Live Louder 5. Timmy Trumpet & Savage - Freaks 6. Redfoo - New Thang 7. Calvin Harris - Blame 8. Klingande - Jubel 9. Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud 10. Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj - Bang Bang 11. G.R.L. - Ugly Heart 12. Nicki Minaj - Anaconda 13. Echosmith - Cool Kids 14. George Ezra - Budapest 15. Lilly Wood & The Prick And Robin Schulz - Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix) 16. Sam Smith - I'm Not The Only One 17. AJR - I'm Ready 18. Paloma Faith - Only Love Can Hurt Like This 19. Becky G - Shower 20. Sigma - Changing
1. Missy Higgins - Oz 2. ∆ - This Is All Yours 3. Barbra Streisand - Partners 4. Chris Brown - X 5. The Script - How Can Sound Be Real If Silence Isn't Real 6. Ed Sheeran - x 7. Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour 8. Tim McGraw - Sundown Heaven Town 9. Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga - Cheek To Cheek 10. The Madden Brothers - Greetings From California
1. Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass 2. The Veronicas - You Ruin Me 3. Taylor Swift - Shake It Off 4. Nathaniel - Live Louder 5. Timmy Trumpet & Savage - Freaks 6. Redfoo - New Thang 7. Calvin Harris ft. John Newman - Blame 8. Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj - Bang Bang 9. Klingande - Jubel 10. G.R.L. - Ugly Heart 11. George Ezra - Budapest 12. Echosmith - Cool Kids 13. Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud 14. Lilly Wood & The Prick - Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix) 15. AJR - I'm Ready 16. Sam Smith - I'm Not The Only One 17. Becky G - Shower 18. Nicki Minaj - Anaconda 19. Paloma Faith - Only Love Can Hurt Like This 20. Ariana Grande ft. Zedd - Break Free
21. Itch ft. Megan Joy - Another Man 22. Sigma ft. Paloma Faith - Changing 23. Iggy Azalea ft. Rita Ora - Black Widow 24. Alesso ft. Tove Lo - Heroes (We Could Be) 25. Katy Perry - This Is How We Do 26. Beau Ryan ft. Justice Crew - Where You From? 27. Hilary Duff - All About You 28. Ella Henderson - Ghost 29. Jason Heerah - Latch 30. Sam Smith - Stay With Me 31. Pitbull ft. John Ryan - Fireball 32. Fences ft. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Arrows 33. Milky Chance - Stolen Dance 34. 5 Seconds of Summer - Amnesia 35. Dean Ray - Stolen Dance 36. The Madden Brothers - We Are Done 37. The Script - Superheroes 38. Ed Sheeran - Don't 39. Usher ft. Nicki Minaj - She Came To Give It To You 40. Disclosure ft. Sam Smith - Latch 41. Maroon 5 - Maps 42. Reigan Derry - Dog Days Are Over 43. Justice Crew - Que Sera 44. Sia - Chandelier 45. Ariana Grande ft. Iggy Azalea - Problem 46. Sheppard - Geronimo 47. Charli XCX - Boom Clap 48. Guy Sebastian - Come Home With Me 49. will.i.am ft. Cody Wise - It's My Birthday 50. Pharrell Williams - Happy
51. You + Me - Break The Cycle 52. Nickelback - What Are You Waiting For? 53. The Vamps ft. Shawn Mendes - Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart) 54. Ella Henderson - Glow 55. American Authors - Best Day Of My Life 56. Gabrielle Aplin - Please Don't Say You Love Me 57. Coldplay - A Sky Full Of Stars 58. Dean Ray - Budapest 59. Mr. Probz - Waves (Robin Schulz Remix) 60. Tove Lo ft. Hippie Sabotage - Stay High 61. David Guetta ft. Sam Martin - Lovers On The Sun 62. Brothers 3 - I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) 63. Dami Im - Gladiator 64. Troye Sivan - Happy Little Pill 65. Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX - Fancy 66. Meghan Trainor - Dear Future Husband 67. Nico & Vinz - Am I Wrong 68. Idina Menzel - Let It Go 69. Vance Joy - Mess Is Mine 70. Enrique Iglesias ft. Sean Paul, Descemer Bueno & Gente de Zona - Bailando 71. Eminem ft. Sia - Guts Over Fear 72. Yellawolf - Till It's Gone 73. Jennifer Lopez ft. Iggy Azalea - Booty 74. DJ Snake & Lil Jon - Turn Down For What 75. Zhu - Faded 76. John Legend - All Of Me 77. Vance Joy - Riptide 78. Florence + The Machine - Dog Days Are Over 79. The Madden Brothers - We Are Done 80. Hilltop Hoods - Cosby Sweater 81. Sleeping At Last - I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles) 82. You + Me - You and Me 83. Illy ft. Thomas Jules - One For The City 84. Juicy J, Wiz Khalifa & Ty Dolla $ign - Shell Shocked 85. Havana Brown - Better Not Said 86. Sigma - Nobody To Love 87. Illy ft. Scarlett Stevens - Tightrope 88. American Authors - Believer 89. Kendrick Lamar - i 90. Rixton - Me And My Broken Heart 91. Marlon Roudette - When The Beat Drops Out 92. Sara Bareilles - Brave 93. The Vamps ft. Demi Lovato - Somebody To You 94. Marliza Punzalan - Try 95. Sam Smith - Latch (Acoustic) (would this chart separately to Latch??) 96. Katy Perry - Roar 97. The Preatures - Somebody's Talking 98. Ricki-Lee - Happy Ever After 99. Ricki-Lee - In The Mood 100. Flight Facilities ft. Emma Louise - Two Bodies
1. Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass 2. The Veronicas - You Ruin Me Title EP 3. Taylor Swift - Shake It Off 4. Nathaniel - Live Louder 5. Timmy Trumpet & Savage - Freaks 6. Redfoo - New Thang 7. Calvin Harris feat. John Newman - Blame 8. Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj - Bang Bang 9. Klingande - Jubel 10. G.R.L. - Ugly Heart 11. George Ezra - Budapest 12. Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud 13. Echosmith - Cool Kids 14. Robin Schulz - Prayer In C 15. Sam Smith - I'm Not The Only One 16. AJR - I'm Ready 17. Nicki Minaj - Anaconda 18. Becky G - Shower 19. Paloma Faith - Only Love Can Hurt Like This 20. Ariana Grande feat. Zedd - Break Free 21. Itch feat. Megan Joy - Another Man 22. Sigma feat. Paloma Faith - No Changing 23. Iggy Azalea feat. Rita Ora - Black Spiderwoman 24. Beau Ryan feat. Justice Crew - Where You From? 25. all about she - Higher (Free) 26. Katy Perry - This Is How We Do 27. Hilary Duff - All About You 28. Ella Henderson - Ghost 29. Sam Smith - Stay With Me 30. Pitbull - Fireball 31. 5 Seconds Of Summer - Amnesia 32. Fences feat. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Arrows 33. Milky Chance - Stolen Dance 34. The Madden Brothers - We Are Done 35. Ed Sheeran - Don't 36. The Script - Superheroes 37. Usher feat. Nicki Minaj - She Came To Give It To You 38. Jason Heerah - Latch [X Factor Performance] 39. Maroon 5 - Maps 40. Justice Crew - Que Sera 41. Sheppard - Geronimo 42. Sia - Chandelier 43. Ariana Grande feat. Iggy Azalea - Problem 44. Disclosure feat. Sam Smith - Latch 45. Charli XCX - Boom Clap 46. Dean Ray - The Stolen Dance [X Factor Performance] ––. (probably?) You+Me - Break The Cycle 47. Pharrell Williams - Happy 48. Guy Sebastian - Come Home With Me 49. will.i.am feat. Cody Wise - It's My Birthday 50. Tiffani Wood - What R U Waiting 4 51. American Authors - Best Day Of My Life 52. The Vamps feat. Shawn Mendes - Oh Cecilia (Breaking My Heart) 53. Ella Henderson - Glow 54. Gabrielle Aplin - Please Don't Say You Love Me 55. Coldplay - A Sky Full Of Stars 56. Tove Lo feat. Hippie Sabotage always & forever <3 - Stay High 57. Mr. Probz - Waves [Robin Schulz Remix] 58. Reigan Derry - Dog Days Are Over [X Factor Performance] 59. Dean Ray - Budapest [X Factor Performance] 60. David Guetta feat. Sam Martin - Lovers On The Sun
Singles 1. Meghan Trainor - All About That Bass 2. The Veronicas - You Ruin Me 3. Taylor Swift - Shake It Off 4. Timmy Trumpet & Savage - Freaks 5. Nathaniel - Live Louder 6. Redfoo - New Thang 7. Calvin Harris ft. John Newman - Blame 8. Jessie J, Ariana Grande & Nicki Minaj - Bang Bang 9. Klingande - Jubel 10. G.R.L. - Ugly Heart 11. Ed Sheeran - Thinking Out Loud 12. George Ezra - Budapest 13. Echosmith - Cool Kids 14. Lilly Wood & The Prick - Prayer In C (Robin Schulz Remix) 15. Sam Smith - I'm Not The Only One 16. AJR - I'm Ready 17. Becky G - Shower 18. Nicki Minaj - Anaconda 19. Ariana Grande ft. Zedd - Break Free 20. Paloma Faith - Only Love Can Hurt Like This
Albums 1. Missy Higgins - Oz 2. alt-J (∆) - This Is All Yours 3. Barbra Streisand - Partners 4. Ed Sheeran - x 5. Chris Brown - X 6. Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga - Cheek To Cheek 7. The Script - No Sound Without Silence 8. The Madden Brothers - Greetings From California 9. Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour 10. Jimmy Barnes - 30:30 Hindsight