After two weeks at No.2, Grace (Sewell) and G-Eazy climb to the top of the ARIA Singles chart this week with their cover of the 1964 Lesley Gore ballad “You Don’t Own Me”, which makes Grace the first Australian performer to reach No.1 this year.
“You Don’t Own Me” becomes the 1034th No.1 single in Australia (1940 to 2015) and the 469th for ARIA (1983 to 2015), plus the 67th for the RCA label, their last being in July 2014 with Paloma Faith’s single “Only Love Can Hurt Like This” (which was also initially used in promo’s for the TV series ‘Winners & Losers’). This is the third song with ‘You Don’t’ in its title to reach the top in Australia, the other two being Sonia Dada in late February 1993 with “You Don’t Treat Me No Good” and prior to that it was Simply Red with their cover of “If You Don’t Know Me by Now” (Aug 1989), whilst it’s only the second ‘Own’, the first being way back in April 1947 for The Ink Spots and “To Each His Own”.
Grace (Sewell) becomes the 20th Australian Female Solo artist to reach the top here since Olivia Newton-John first did it in October 1971, with the last one being Dami Im back in November 2013. She also becomes the 104th Australian act to hit No.1 locally and the last was The Veronicas with “You Ruin Me” in September of 2014, and the song is the 159th by an Australian act to reach No.1. This week the song is again the No.1 downloaded track of the week, but it’s not at the top of the streaming chart yet, that belongs to Major Lazer with “Lean On”, but Grace jumps from 29 to 16 on that list.
So after six weeks at No.1 Wiz Khalifa and Charlie Puth drop down a place to No.2 and joins five other songs from this decade that have notched up six weeks atop the ARIA Singles chart, “OMG” for Usher featuring Will.i.am, “Love the Way You Lie” Eminem & Rihanna (both from 2010), “Wild Ones” for Flo Rida and Sia (2012), “Wake Me Up” by Avicii and Aloe Blacc (2013), and lastly “Uptown Funk” for Mark Ronson & Bruno Mars (2014/5), notice that all of these songs are duets or have a featured artist appearing on it.
Taylor Swift re-enters/debuts at No.3 with the sixth Top 30 hit from her current No.7 album “1989”, the song is “Bad Blood” and now features Kendrick Lamar as guest rapper and was performed on the Billboard Music Awards this past week along with the star studded video clip being revealed too. By debuting so high this becomes Taylor’s eleventh Top 10 hit and fourth from the current album, something she has never achieved in Australia before from one album. The song first charted for a week in early November 2014 reaching No.76 for a single week as an album-pre-release entry.
After two weeks at No.3 Walk the Moon fall back a place to No.4 with “Shut Up + Dance” whilst climbing a place to a new peak of No.5 is David Guetta, Nicki Minaj and Afrojack with “Hey Mama”, which gives David his fourth Top 5 from his current album “Listen” (TW-43) and his eleventh Top 5 hit overall, plus it’s the fourth top five hit for Nicki Minaj too.
Charlie Puth drops with both of his Top 10 hits this week, as his teaming with Meghan Trainor on “Marvin Gaye” is down two places to No.6 and thanks to inclusion in the ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ film the highest new entry from last week in the form of Jessie J. and “Flashlight”, this week it jumps up eight places to land at No.7 giving Jessie her sixth Top 10 single in Australia. Falling three places to No.8 is Major Lazer with “Lean On” and down two to No.9 is Jamie Lawson and “Wasn’t Expecting That” whilst the third Top 10 entry of the week belongs to first-time-entrant Rachel Platten and “Fight Song” which like the new No.1 song has been used in promo’s for a TV series, this one for Ch.7’s ‘Revenge’ and Australia becomes the second country after New Zealand to make this a Top 10 hit.
UP: Grace’s brother Conrad along with Kygo are on hold at No.12 with “Firestone” but jumping up twelve places to land at No.13 is Deorro and Chris Brown with “Five More Hours”. “Photograph” for Ed Sheeran is up three places to a new peak of No.15 and bouncing back ten places to land a new chart height of No.16 is Sia with “Big Girls Cry” (former peak was #17). Hermitude have the new No.1 album in the country and the albums lead single “The Buzz” is up three places to land at No.20 and Flo Rida’s new single with Robin Thicke “I Don’t Like it, I Love it” jumps up fourteen to land at a new peak of No.25. After falling back down a bit last week Britney and Iggy Azalea’s teaming for “Pretty Girls” jumps back up sixteen places to land within the Top 30 at No.28, helped by the pair performing the song at this weeks Billboard Music Awards, and the other Top 50 debutee from last week, “Nasty Freestyle” by T-Wayne jumps up eight spots to land at No.37.
DOWN: After a single week in the Top 10 at No.8 James Bay is back down three places to No.11 (where he was three weeks ago) with “Let it Go” and Jason DeRulo is down five places to No.14 with “Want to Want Me” (HP-4, WI10-8) and dropping eight places to No.18 is Jarryd James with “Do You Remember” (newly ▲Platinum) (HP-2x2, WI10-9). Galantis drop six places to No.17 with “Runaway (U & I)”, and down nine are Jack U with J.B. on “Where are U Now” to No.22. After half-a-year within the Top 20 “Uptown Funk” for Mark & Bruno drops down four to No.24 and another former No.1 leaving the twenty is “Bills” for LunchMoney Lewis, which drops eight places to No.27. Vance Joy descends nine spots to No.36 with “Georgia” and Jess Glynne falls seven spots to No.39 with “Hold My Hand”. After jumping up last week “King Kunta” for Kendrick Lamar is back down nine to No.42, Pitbull and Ne-Yo are on hold at No.43 with “Time of Our Lives” (now ▲Platinum) and down six to No.44 is Meghan Trainor with “Dear Future Husband” (now up to 2x▲Platinum) and another song to fall nine places is “One Last Time” for Ariana Grande, dropping to No.46 this week.
With the new film ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ and soundtrack (TW-3) both riding high, the second entry this week is from the new film-set, coming in at No.29 is The Barden Bellas with “World Championship Finale 2”, which becomes the casts’ second Top 50 and fourth Top 100 entry, as the original soundtrack saw three songs enter the charts, and further down in the lower fifty this week are two more songs from the new PP2 soundtrack.
The current US Top 20 singles for French deejay and producer DJ Snake debuts here at No.48 this entitled “You Know You Like it” and features the vocals of AlunaGeorge who originally had a small hit with the song in 2013. One place lower at No.49 is A$AP Rocky with “Everyday” which features a sample of Rod Stewart along with guest performers Miguel and Mark Ronson. The sample from Rod belongs to an Australian 1972 penned track called “In a Broken Dream” (HP-84, March ’72) by the band Python Lee Jackson, which Rod provided vocals for prior to his Faces and solo careers, and then Rod re-recorded it in 1992 and it finally appeared on one of his albums “Sessions 1971-1998”. This new track “Everyday” is taken from A$AP Rocky’s forthcoming third album “At.Long.Lost.ASAP” which is out in early June.
Lower 50: Adam Lambert leaps with his new song “Ghost Town” to No.52 and Rudimental fly up to No.54, both song climbing twenty-seven places to new peaks. Fifth Harmony continue to climb, this week they’re up eleven places to No.60 with “Worth it” and after returning last week, “Dynamite” for Asta and AllDay leaps up twenty-one spots to a new peak of No.66, whilst Andy Grammer re-enters at No.67 with his former No.81 track (Oct 2014) “Honey I'm Good”. With the track for the new Bradley Cooper film ‘Aloha’ being played on TV commercials, this helps Cold War Kids to climb to a new peak of No.90 with “First” and the second and final re-entry this week is at No.99, John Legend with “All of Me”, which benefits from being covered in the PP2 film.
Talking of ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ those two further lower entries are at No.56 with “Riff Off” with this version being credited to Tone Hangers, The Treblemakers, The Barden Bellas, Green Bay Packers and the German team Das Sound Machine. The original “Riff Off Medley” from the first film went to No.75 in January 2013 and the other entry from this weeks No.3 album comes in at No.88 for The Treblemakers and their cover of the Mika song from his first album “Lollipop”.
Nicki Minaj teams with Beyonce for the track “Feeling Myself” which is new at No.72 whilst another teaming comes in at No.74, Pia Mia with Chris Brown and Tyga on Pia’s track “Do it Again” and this becomes her first chart entry here, and also making her first ARIA chart appearance is singer/songwriter Joelle with the song “Wish I Never” which enters at No.85.
Yolanda Be Cool and DCup debut at No.86 with the track “Soul Makossa (Money)” which features a sample of the September 1973 Top 30 hit “Soul Makossa” for Cameroon artist Manu Dibango (HP-26), which was later sampled for the Michael Jackson 1983 singles “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” (HP-25, peaked late August) and again later for Rihanna on her song “Don’t Stop the Music” (HP-1, peaked Feb 2008).
The final three entries come in one after the other, with Zedd and Troye Sivan new at No.93 with “Papercut” taken from his new album “True Colors” (TW-19), followed at No.94 by Hopium with “Right Now” becoming the acts second entry after “Dreamers” hit No.84 in September 2014, whilst the final entry at No.95 is from Tove Lo and her current US Top 20 hit “Talking Body” which becomes her third chart entry here.
The fifth studio album for Blue Mountains, NSW act Hermitude becomes the bands first No.1 album on the ARIA Charts, as “Dark Night, Sweet Light” enters in the top spot, which also gives the duo their first Top 10 album.
“Dark Night, Sweet Light” becomes the 730th No.1 album in Australia (1965 to 2015) and the 581st for ARIA (1983 to 2015), plus the first ever for their record label Elefant Traks. This becomes the first album with ‘Dark’ in its title, but the eleventh with ‘Night’, the closest ‘Sweet’ at No.1 was the Jeff Buckley album from this time in May, 1998 “Sketches (for My Sweetheart the Drunk)” and the fifth with ‘Light(s)’ in its title, the last one being the Foo Fighters with “Wasting Light” (April 2011).
Hermitude’s album becomes the 181st for an Australian act to reach the top and the second for this year after Lee Kernaghan in March/April, and Hermitude are the 95th Australian act to reach the top, plus they’re the fourth Australian duo to reach No.1 after Angus & Julia Stone (2 #1’s), The Presets and Savage Garden (two No.1’s), whilst overall they are the fourteenth duo to make it to the top, the last being The Madden Brothers in September 2014. The bands only other album to chart was their fourth album “Hyperparadise” which debuted and peaked at No.37 in mid-February 2012.
The seventh studio album and first new material since June 1997 for Faith No More debuts at No.2 this week, entitled “Sol Invictus” it becomes the bands sixth Top 10 album (from eight entries; six studios, one Live and one Best of set) and by debuting at No.2 it becomes their third album to peak this high, as their first entry (and 3rd studio album) “The Real Thing” climbed to No.2 in August 1990 and then their fifth studio album “King for a Day, Fool for a Lifetime” debuted and peaked at No.2 in early April 1995, but they have gone one better, as their sixth album “Album of the Year” debuted at No.1 in late June 1997.
Holding at its debut position from last week is the ‘Pitch Perfect 2’ soundtrack whilst last weeks No.1 album “x” for Ed Sheeran drops back down three places to No.4. The only other album to hold steady in the Top 10 this week is the previous No.1 album to Ed, Mumford & Sons with “Wilder Mind” at No.5, followed by Sam Smith dropping two places to No.6 with his album “In the Lonely Hour” which is spending its one year anniversary on the charts still lodged within the Top 10, having only spent eleven weeks outside of the ten, dropping no lower than No.17 in all that time.
With Taylor Swift landing a fourth Top 10 single in “Bad Blood” from “1989” it helps the album to climb back up two places to No.7 (plus a ‘karaoke’ version of the album was just issued also), and dropping two places to No.8 is Meghan Trainor with “Title” whilst last weeks Mums’ Day winner “Stages” for Josh Groban is this week down seven places to No.9, with Sia down three places to No.10 with “1000 Forms of Fear”.
UP: With the DVD and BR for ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ just released here, the soundtrack leaps back up ten places to No.16 this week, whilst new (to Australia) Ed Sheeran material in the former of his EP conglomeration “5” leaps up thirty-one spots to land at No.17 this week. Eminem blasts back into the fifty, up thirty-seven places to No.24 with his collection “Curtain Call: The Hits” and right behind are recent tourists Nickelback with “No Fixed Address”, back up thirty-three spots to No.25, with the bands “The Best of Volume 1” re-entering the hundred at No.47. Two local acts who are touring at the moment also see their albums leap back up, San Cisco jump sixty-three spots to No.32 with “Gracetown” and right behind them Gang of Youths are back up forty-seven places to land at No.33 with “The Positions”. Spandau Ballet also toured here and their “The Story: The Very Best of” is up eleven spots to No.35 whilst the final re-entry within the fifty is from B.B. King, who passed away this week, his former No.78 album from March 1999 “His Definitive Greatest Hits” comes back in at a new peak of No.49.
DOWN: After nine weeks within the Top 10 (four of those at No.1), Lee Kernaghan drops eight places to No.10 with “Spirit of the ANZACS”, with the other T10 dropout being “Jukebox” (WI10-11) for the recent tourists Human Nature, which plummets from No.8 to No.50 this week which also suffers from post-Mothers Day sales too. In Hearts Wake drop thirteen places to No.27 with “Skydancer” and “Dream Your Life Away” for Vance Joy drops nine to No.28, and down ten to No.30 is Ed Sheeran with “+”. Dropping fourteen places to No.31 is Zac Brown Band with “Jekyll + Hyde” and down eleven to No.36 is the “Guardians of the Galaxy” Soundtrack, and another post-mum selling album that drops hard is Bette Midler’s “It’s the Girls”, down twenty-six to No.38. The Triple J album “Beat the Drum” is down twenty-five to No.40, “Rock or Bust” for AC/DC drops thirteen to No.42 whilst down fourteen to No.44 is INXS with “The Very Best” with another collection in The Eagles with “Selected Works 1972-1999” dropping twenty-one spots to No.48. Falling into the lower fifty are Blur (38 to 54), Sufjan Stevens (41 to 56), Stan Walker (22 to 57), Kelly Clarkson (23 to 59), Dr. Hook (45 to 63), George Ezra (47 to 66), Snoop Dogg (32 to 67), Ariana Grande (39 to 70), Alt-J (40 to 74), Patrizio Buanne (33 to 78), Empire Soundtrack (31 to 86), Damien Leith (42 to 87), and leaving the hundred from last weeks Top 50 are Paul Potts (#36), Paloma Faith (#49) and Backstreet Boys (#50).
The fourth studio album for US act Twenty One Pilots debuts at No.11 this week entitled “Blurryface”, it surpasses the bands first chart entry here, “Vessels” which peaked at No.51 in January 2014. Former Killers’ lead singer Brandon Flowers sees his second solo album “The Desired Effect” comes in at No.14, with his first entry being the No.5 album “Flamingo” (Sept 2010). The final Top 20 debut comes in at No.19, Zedd with “True Colors” which is the Russian/German artists second studio album but first to chart here in Australia, and this new album features the current singles “I Want You to Know” (TW-53) with Selena Gomez and new entry “Papercut” with Troye Sivan (#93).
Melbourne hardcore punk/sludge metal act King Parrot see their second album also become their first chart entry, as the album “Dead Set” comes in at No.21 this week, whilst the debut album for Eurovision 2014 winner Conchita Wurst simply entitled “Conchita” comes in at No.26 after her recent tour here and this weekends Eurovision Competition in Vienna, with the soundtrack for that event coming in at No.53 this week.
The sixth studio and fourth album to chart here in Australia for the band Hot Chip comes in at No.29 this week entitled “Why Make Sense?”, with the next new entry ten places lower at No.39, Leonard Cohen with the live album “Can’t Forget: A Souvenir of the Grand Tour”. Finally Melbourne artist Jasmine Rae sees her fourth album “Heartbeat” come in at No.41 becoming her third Top 50 album and first new entry since “If I Want to” debuted and peaked at No.23 in August 2013 (her highest charting album so far).
Lower 50: Neil Diamond jumps up sixteen places to No.51 with his collection “All Time Greatest Hits”, AllDay returns at No.60 with “Startup Cult”, Foo Fighters “Greatest Hits” is back up eighteen places to No.65, with further returning albums being the self-titled set for Royal Blood (#89), and best of/greatest hits collections for Bon Jovi (#94), The Wiggles (#96) and Blink 182 (#100).
As I mentioned above the new Eurovision 2015: Vienna album comes in at No.53, followed at No.58 by the twelfth studio album for Paul Weller entitled “Saturn’s Pattern” coming in at No.58 and becoming his seventh solo album to chart here in Australia. Four places lower at No.62 is the latest collection for Eric Clapton entitled “Forever Man: The Best of”, which is the eighth Best of/GH set for Eric to chart here, but the first new one in over seven years, his last was “Complete Clapton” (HP-38, Oct 2007).
Cairns, Queensland conceived and now Melbourne based duo of Drew Foster and Michael Counsel are known as the act Fozzey and VanC and their EP “No Feat” comes in at No.69. The second B.B. King entry is new at No.75 and is the 1965 recorded live album “Live at the Regal”, which becomes the former king of the blues’ overall fifth albums chart entry, as he didn’t land his first LP entries here until 1997. The final new entry comes in at No.92, the soundtrack to the new film “Mad Max: Fury Road”, with the film series only other entry being “Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome” which climbed to No.31 in early September of 1985.
Ooh Coffee only just survived, I guess that means it'll most likely drop out next week. Go away All Of Me. Lol at Outside #101. It's great to see Everyday and You Know You Like It (may be two years late, but yay that it's getting the recognition it deserves) make the top 50 but boo at The Nights hanging on. #52 is so much better and I'm near certain whatever #51 is will be too
Intoxicated and Gemini also But yay for Right Now at least! Last edited:
Aww at Counting Sheep so close to being top 100 It's nice to see Dynamite move up more than just a few posts for once and Stay With Me getting further away from the top 50. Honey, I'm Good can go away ASAP though
Next 20 (not listed above) 104 * Sparks - Hilary Duff 105 - Cups - Anna Kendrick (PP1) 107 * World Championship Finale #1 - Das Sound Machine (PP2) 108 - Prayer in C - Lilly Wood 110 - Sun Goes Down - Robin Schulz 112 * Another You - Armin van Buuren feat Mr. Probz 115 * Cups (When I'm Gone) - Barden Bellas (PP2) 116 - Blame it on Me - George Ezra 118 - Titanium - Guetta & Sia 122 * White Dress - Set Mo feat Deutsch Duke 124 * Through the Roof - Hermitude feat Young Tapz
So close between the top 3 indeed! It's good to see Hey Mama pushed into the top 5 by streaming and Lean On benefiting as usual. Interesting to see White Dress and Through The Roof not too far away from the top 100, perhaps White Dress can make the top 100 eventually
@Trav, it's not a mistake, ARIA just have a tendency to label all copies of the same song in the same way, presumably because it's easier to tabulate.
And hey, looks like my Grace vs. Wiz calculations were in the right ball park, though kind of crazy to see Bad Blood storm in so close. It should be more around 30K next week though. Impressed by Hermitude's numbers too.
I don't know but most figures seem to have increased by around 20% compared to last week. It's always hard to see whether it's because a change of the ratio though given the streaming market is booming.
1. Bad Blood - Taylor Swift 2. You Don't Own Me - Grace featuring G-Eazy 3. See You Again - Wiz Khalifa featuring Charlie Puth 4. Shut Up And Dance - Walk The Moon 5. Flashlight - Jessie J 6. Hey Mama - David Guetta featuring Nicki Minaj & Afrojack 7. Tonight Again - Guy Sebastian 8. Five More Hours - Deorro & Chris Brown 9. Marvin Gaye - Charlie Puth featuring Meghan Trainor 10. Let It Go - James Bay 11. Lean On - Major Lazer featuring DJ Snake & MØ 12. Wasn't Expecting That - Jamie Lawson 13. Photograph - Ed Sheeran 14. Firestone - Kygo featuring Conrad 15. Fight Song - Rachel Platten 16. Where Are Ü Now - Skrillex & Diplo featuring Justin Bieber 17. Want To Want Me - Jason Derulo 18. I Don't Like It, I Love It - Flo Rida featuring Robin Thicke & Verdine White 19. Do You Remember - Jarryd James 20. The Buzz - Hermitude featuring Mataya & Young Tapz
1. Taylor Swift feat. Kendrick Lamar - Bad Blood 2. Wiz Khalifa feat. Charlie Puth - See You Again 3. Grace feat. G-Eazy - You Don't Own Me 4. Walk The Moon - Shut Up And Dance 5. Jessie J - Flashlight 6. David Guetta feat. Nicki Minaj, Kelli-Leigh & Afrojack - Hey Mama 7. Deorro & Chris Brown - 50 More Hours 8. Charlie Puth feat. Meghan Trainor - Marvin Gaye 9. Major Lazer & DJ Snake feat. MØ - Lean On 10. Jamie Lawson - Wasn't Expecting That 11. James Bay - Let It Go 12. Kygo feat. Conrad Sewell - Firestone 13. Rachel Platten - Fight Song 14. Ed Sheeran - Photograph 15. Guy Sebastian - Tonight Again 16. Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me 17. Flo Rida feat. Robin Thicke & Verdine White - I Don't Like It, I Love It 18. Hermitude feat. Mataya & Young Tapz - The Buzz 19. Skrillex & Diplo feat. Justin Bieber - Where Are Ü Now 20. Sia - Big Girls Cry
Album chart is a big, unpredictable mess this week
1. Taylor Swift - Bad Blood 2. Wiz Khalia - See You Again 3. Grace - You Don't Own Me 4. WALK THE MOON - Shut Up & Dance 5. David Guetta - Hey Mama 6. Jessie J - Flashlight 7. Deorro & Chris Brown - Five More Hours 8. Charlie Puth - Marvin Gaye 9. Major Lazer - Lean On 10. Guy Sebastian - Tonight Again 11. James Bay - Let It Go 12. Jamie Lawson - Wasn't Expecting That 13. Rachel Platten - Fight Song 14. Ed Sheeran - Photograph 15. Kygo - Firestone 16. Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me 17. Jack Ü - Where Are Ü Now 18. Flo Rida - I Don't Like It, I Love It 19. Jarryd James - Do You Remember 20. Sia - Big Girls Cry
1. Hillsong United - Empires 2. Daniel Johns - Talk 3. Soundtrack - Pitch Perfect 2 4. Various Artists - Eurovision Song Contest 2015: Vienna 5. Ed Sheeran - x 6. A$AP Rocky - AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP 7. Hermitude - Dark Night Sweet Light 8. Taylor Swift - 1989 9. Mumford & Sons - Wilder Mind 10. Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour
1. Taylor Swift - Bad Blood 2. Wiz Khalifa - See You Again 3. Grace - You Don't Own Me 4. Jessie J - Flashlight 5. Break The CAPSLOCK - Shut Up And Dance 6. David Guetta - Hey Mama 7. Deorro X Chris Brown - Five More Hours 8. Charlie Puth - Marvin Gaye 9. James Bay - Let It Go 10. Major Lazer - Lean On 11. Guy Sebastian - Tonight Again 12. Jamie Lawson - Wasn't Expecting That 13. Rachel Platten - Fight Song 14. Kygo - Firestone 15. Ed Sheeran - Photograph 16. Jack Ü - Where Are Ü Now 17. Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me 18. Flo Rida - I Don't Like It, I Love It 19. Jarryd James - Do You Remember 20. Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes
Singles 1. Taylor Swift - Bad Blood 2. Wiz Khalifa - See You Again 3. Grace - You Don't Own Me 4. WALK THE MOON - Shut Up & Dance 5. Jessie J - Flashlight 6. David Guetta - Hey Mama 7. Deorro & Chris Brown - Five More Hours 8. Guy Sebastian - Tonight Again 9. Charlie Puth - Marvin Gaye 10. Major Lazer - Lean On 11. James Bay - Let It Go 12. Jamie Lawson - Wasn't Expecting That 13. Rachel Platten - Fight Song 14. Ed Sheeran - Photograph 15. Kygo - Firestone 16. Jason Derulo - Want To Want Me 17. Flo Rida - I Don't Like It, I Love It 18. Jack Ü - Where Are Ü Now 19. Måns Zelmerlöw - Heroes 20. Jarryd James - Do You Remember
Albums 1. Daniel Johns - Talk 2. Ed Sheeran - x 3. Hillsong United - Empires 4. A$AP Rocky - AT.LONG.LAST.A$AP 5. Various Artists - Eurovision Song Contest 2015: Vienna 6. Soundtrack - Pitch Perfect 2 7. Taylor Swift - 1989 8. Hermitude - Dark Night Sweet Light 9. Mumford & Sons - Wilder Mind 10. Sam Smith - In The Lonely Hour