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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - ARIA Chartifacts 2-November-2015

New Releases w/c Friday 30th October, 2015

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DL  27thAmerican Beauty/American PyschoFall Out Boy feat A$AP FergDef Jam/UMA
DLVS 27thGasolineJens HultUniversal
DL  27thThis is AcousticKimberly AnneUniversal
DLVS 27thSing Your SongSHINeeUniversal
DL  27thWinter LullabyState of DramaUniversal
 VS 27thA Day in the LifeThe BeatlesUniversal
 VS 27thFoolsTroye SivanEMI Australia/UMA
 VS 27thElvis Presley BluesTom JonesUniversal
DL  28thThe SoundBrousCaroline/UMA
DL  28thThe Kids Aren't AlrightFall Out Boy feat Azealia BanksDef Jam/UMA
DL  28thI Don't Belong to YouKeke PalmerUniversal
DL  28thHelloMusic Lab CollectiveUniversal
DL  28thStar TrainPerfumeUniversal
DLVS 28thStay Like ThisJames MorrisonIsland UK/UMA
 VS 28thCounting the SquallGuy GarveyUniversal
 VS 28thHelloHedleyUniversal
 VS 28thLovin' YouHot Source feat ChrystalUniversal
 VS 28thSorryJustin BieberUniversal
 VS 28thOver and Over AgainNathan SykesUniversal
DL  29thLMHYPlaitumUniversal
DL  29thCelebrationJamie WoonPolydor/UMA
DL  29thHollowTori Kelly feat Big SeanCapitol/UMA
DLVS 29thWaitNicole MillarEMI Australia/UMA
 VS 29thArmourRea GarveyUniversal
   CDSAlways Be YoursNathanielSony Australia
   CDSWhip it (EP)LunchMoney LewisSony International
DL   Second Hand HeartBen Haenow feat Kelly ClarksonSony
DL   Kiss MeCampsite DreamSony
DL   I Know a GuyChris YoungSony
DL   One Step at a TimeJeff Lynne's E.L.O.Sony
DL   RandomG-EazySony
DL   RemainMuteMathSony
DL   Kiss Me (Karaoke Version)Olly MursSony
DL   Never BetterRaleigh RitchieSony
DL   Door Number ThreeSara BariellesSony
DL   Coastal CatTex CadeySony
DL   Beethoven's 5 Secrets (Live)The Piano GuysSony
DL   Go to WorkTim OmajiSony
DL   Human InteractionTonight AliveSony
DL   What's the Move Pt.II (EP)JovanieWarner
DL   Ton désirLara FabianWarner
DL   This ChristmasSealWarner
DL   Cornerstone (EP)Nico & VinzWarner
DL   On My WayCardiknoxWarner
DL   Tomato CanThe ArcsWarner
DL   My MindThe ArcsWarner
DL   God of a GirlGeorgi KayWarner
DL   Rivers (Remixes)Thomas Jack feat Nico & VinzWarner
DL   Happy Alone (Remixes)Matrix & FutureBound feat V. BozemanWarner
DL   the place where pain lives…King 810Warner
DL   RustyHein CooperMGM
DL   Chlorine & WineBaronessCooking Vinyl/UMA
DL   Promise EverythingBasementCooking Vinyl/UMA
DL   Won't Go BackSteve Martin & Edie BrickellConcord/UMA
DL   Shiver Down My SpineClaudia LeitteDef Jam/UMA
DL   IrresistableFall Out Boy feat Demi LovatoDef Jam/UMA
DL   No WeaknessesThe Dirty NilDine Alone/UMA
DL   Tearing Me UpBob MosesDomino/UMA
DL   EvangelineCass McCombsDomino/UMA
DL   Police EncountersFFS (Franz & Sparks)Domino/UMA
DLVS  LuxuriousSarah BlaskoEMI Australia/UMA
DL RT That's What I GetHit-Boy feat James FauntleroyInterscope/UMA
DL RT Did itJace feat CeejInterscope/UMA
DL RT TouchPia MiaInterscope/UMA
DL   There's a PlaceThe All-American RejectsInterscope/UMA
DL   Ba*BingHavana BrownIsland Aust./UMA
DL   I Can't LoseFuturusticM.O.S./UMA
DL   Jeffrey Alexander (EP)Jeffrey AlexanderM.O.S./UMA
DL   Turn the Music Louder (Rumble)KDA feat Tine Tempah & Katy B.M.O.S./UMA
DL   MoveNatNoizeM.O.S./UMA
DL   Wut?Press PlayM.O.S./UMA
DL   Loves Got Me HighScalesM.O.S./UMA
DL   SugaTechnasia feat Green VelvetM.O.S./UMA
DL   TwistedUberjak'dM.O.S./UMA
DL   CharlemagneBlossomsUniversal
DL   The Duck Waddles OverAlice Cooper feat Bundesjugendorchestra & Alexander ShelleyUniversal
DL   C4RAGEC4Universal
DL   Cold SummerCALLmeKATUniversal
DL   Distant ForcesCarbon AirwaysUniversal
DL   Crazy LoveCeCe PenistonUniversal
DL   My BelovedCrowderUniversal
DL   JadedDisclosureUniversal
DL   MagnetsDisclosure feat LordeUniversal
DL   RepresenteDjuna Family feat DadjuUniversal
DLVS  On My MindEllie GouldingUniversal
DLVS  Book of LoveFelix Jaehn feat PolinaUniversal
DL   EPFangclubUniversal
DL   DelilahFlorence + the MachineUniversal
DL   Center of GravityFranco Battiato feat MIKAUniversal
DL   ExtrovertGlintUniversal
DL RT Black & BlueJames TWUniversal
DL RT GangstaMayakovskyUniversal
DL RT Runnin' (Lose it All)Naughyty Boy feat Beyonce & Arrow BenjaminUniversal
DL   Party Anthemillcasso feat i-EzUniversal
DL   Your Love Keeps Working on MeJody WatleyUniversal
DL   You Look Like I Need a DrinkJustin MooreUniversal
DL   Get HighKill Them with ColourUniversal
DL   ElementsLudovico EinaudiUniversal
DL   Jungle CityLujavoUniversal
DL   Taking My TimeKalin & Myles feat Kool JohnUniversal USA
DL   I Want Your LoveMat KearneyUniversal USA
DL   R.I.P.MLKMN feat Mila J.Universal
DL   Follow the LightNauseUniversal
DL   Who's BadNiroUniversal
DL   The Fear The HateSocietyUniversal
DL   3D1TSolomon GreyUniversal
DL   ShadesTeddybears feat Busy SignalUniversal
DL   DreamsThe KooksUniversal
DL   Humble and KindTim McGrawUniversal
DLVS  HannibalTüsnUniversal
DL   Work to DoVanessa WilliamsUniversal
DL   PremonitionsVaultsUniversal
DL   Always Be With YouWalking on CarsUniversal
DL   Turn UpWolfgang Gartner feat Wiley & TrinaUniversal
DL   Eyes ShutYears & YearsUniversal
 VS  For YouAdam Eckersley BandLost Highway Aust/UMA
 VS  You Love Me (Best of My Love)Anita WilsonUniversal
 VS  HydeAstrid S.Universal
 VS  Just a Little WhileGuy PenrodUniversal
 VS  When I Get Carried AwayIvan ParkerUniversal
 VS  Heaven to a FoolJames MorrisonIsland UK/UMA
 VS  SanctuaryJessy DixonUniversal
 VS  MountainsLawsonUniversal
 VS  Some Things Never ChangeMark LowryUniversal
 VS  Love MeThe 1975Universal
 VS  Penny LaneThe BeatlesUniversal
 VS  JerusalemThe HoppersUniversal
 VS  Call it GraceUnspokenUniversal
  RT SorryRick Ross feat Chris BrownUniversal
DL RT31stArmyEllie GouldingPolydor/UMA
DL  31stAin't Nothin' NewJadakiss feat Ne-Yo & Nipsey HussleUniversal
DLVS 31stZombiesMike OldfieldUniversal
DL  31stHustlaz HolidayJeezyUniversal
DL  31stLiquideSCH feat LacrimUniversal
DL  31stWithout U & IJeremihDef Jam/UMA
DL  31stHalloweenAmy SugarsMGM
DL  31stHeart is FullMiike SnowWarner
DL  31stMess AroundCage the ElephantSony
 VS 1stI AmLeona LewisUniversal
DL  2ndSugar PillThe Japanese HouseSony
DLVS 2ndHelloDa-iCEUniversal
DLVS 2ndAll New LowGideon BensenMercury Aust/UMA
  7"2ndMondayMatt CorbyMercury Aust/UMA
 VS 2ndFireTOYSUniversal
DL  3rdSupermanAGAUniversal
 VS 3rdHold On, We're Going HomeCrowderUniversal
 VS 3rdWe Can Work it OutThe BeatlesUniversal
DL  4thMusic without WordsJoe Satriani & Robin DiMaggioSony
DL  4thBetterBANIKSCapitol/UMA
DL  4thDrowning ShadowsSam SmithCapitol UK/UMA
DL  4thStolen MomentsThe VampsVirgin UK/UMA
 VS 4thMatchstick / Swimming PoolYuma XIsland Aust./UMA
 VS 4thStar TrainPerfumeUniversal
 VS 4thCome as You AreCrowderUniversal
DL  5thBadvertiseDr. DogWarner
 VS 5thHands of LoveCrowderUniversal
 VS 5thNew RushGin WigmoreIsland Aust./UMA

DLCDDeluxeHozier (Souvenir Edition)HozierSony International
DLCDDeluxeThat's Christmas to MePentatonixSony International
DLCD Wiped Out!The NeighbourhoodSony International
DLCDDeluxeHate MeEscape the FateSony International
DLCD Def LeppardDef LeppardEar Music/Sony
DLCD If I Can Dream: with the Royal Philharmonic OrchestraElvis PresleyRCA/Sony
DLCD My ChristmasPlacido DomingoColumbia/Sony
DLCD Take HeartThe Sam WillowsSony
 CD 1989Ryan AdamsSony International
 CD The Platinum EditionBoney MColumbia/Sony
DL  Papi GordoCarnageSony
DL  The 70's CollectionElvis PresleyRCA/Sony
DL  Hey HeyMapeiSony
DL  Nothing's Gonna Stop us77Sony
  VinylEgo DeathThe InternetSony International
  VinylRodeoTravi$ ScottSony International
  VinylMerry Christmas: DeluxeMariah CareyColumbia/Sony
DLCD Buy Me a BoatChris JansonWarner Brothers
DLCD Shake the BreakdownJackson FirebirdWarner Australia
 CD Black CatNever Shout NeverWarner Brothers
 CD Heart of a DogLaurie AndersonNonesuch/Warner
 CD Christine and the QueensChristine & the QueensWarner Brothers
 2CDVinylTrace (Expanded & Remastered)Son VoltRhino/Warner
 CD2xVinylHer HaloTeramazeWarner Brothers
 CD Build a BridgeAudra McDonaldWarner Brothers
 CD Go Back HomeAudra McDonaldWarner Brothers
 CD Once Again it's ChristmasKenny RogersWarner Brothers
 CD The NebulizerKerserWarner Brothers
DL 2CDWarumpi Band 4 EverWarumpi BandFestival/Warner
DL 3CDDon't Believe What You've Seen or You've HeardSkyhooksFestival/Warner
  10CDThe Sire Years: Complete Albums BoxLou ReedRhino/Warner
  12CDSoul Manifesto 1964-1970Otis ReddingRhino/Warner
  2CDThe Best of 100th AnniversaryEdith PiafParlophone/Warner
DLCD4CD/2CDJagged Little Pill (Remastered)Alanis MorissetteRhino/Warner
DLCD6CDLoaded: Reloaded 45th Ann.Ed.Velvet UndergroundRhino/Warner
 CDVinylAstral Weeks (Expanded)Van MorrisonRhino/Warner
 CDVinylHis Band and Street Choir (Expanded)Van MorrisonRhino/Warner
  VinylHistory of HostilityPanteraRhino/Warner
  2xVinylSeven and the Ragged TigerDuran DuranParlophone/Warner
  2xVinylNotoriousDuran DuranParlophone/Warner
  2xVinylBig ThingDuran DuranParlophone/Warner
DL  The New Old FashionedStraight No ChaserAtlantic US/Warner
DLCDVinylElevenTina ArenaEMI Australia/UMA
DLCDDeluxeRun (Deluxe Edition)Alison WonderlandEMI Australia/UMA
DLCDVinylMany MoonsMartin CourtneyDomino/UMA
DLCD Courting the SquallGuy GarveyPolydor/UMA
DLCD Higher Than HereJames MorrisonIsland UK/UMA
DL  AMY (Doco Soundtrack)Amy Winehouse Island UK/UMA
DL  Making TimeJamie WoonPolydor/UMA
 CD Imani Vol.1BlackaliciousCaroline Int./UMA
DLCD Come on OverCharlie A'CourtAmbition/UMA
DLCD Merry ChristmasPauliniAmbition/UMA
DLCD Christmas ReveriesRichard ClaydermanAmbition/UMA
DLCD Make America Psycho AgainFall Out BoyDef Jam/UMA
 CD DiversJoanna NewsomSpunk/UMA
DL3CD Recollections… Reflections… (A Journey)Kev CarmodyOne Louder/UMA
DL2CD Microscopic Wars (Re-packaged)KingswoodDew Process/UMA
 2CD Trance NationMarkus SchulzBalance/UMA
 CD BraveThe ShiresDecca Aust./UMA
 CD You Tore Out My HeartTiny Little HousesLiberation/UMA
 CDVinylCrazy RockPalmsLiberation/UMA
 CDVinylWet Hessian BagPaul CowderoyWJO/UMA
DL VinylEleven ElevenDinosaur Pile-UpCooking Vinyl/UMA
DL VinylThe Things We Do to Find People Who Feel Like usBeach SlangCooking Vinyl/UMA
 DVDBRThe Prismatic World Tour LiveKaty PerryCapitol/UMA
 CD+DVD Essential as AnythingMental as AnythingSyray/UMA
 CD+DVD Live ApplesPaul KellyGawd Aggie/UMA
DL  Young and WildADAM feat Daniel BaronUniversal
DL  Breaking Point - B-Sides 2011-2015AmarantheUniversal
DL VLHeyAndreas BouraniUniversal
DL  Cul+ure Power Vol.0Brendan PhilipDine Alone/UMA
DL  Eternal ReturnbyronUniversal
DL  The Dues are PaidChad MorganWJO/UMA
DL  LoveClock MachineUniversal
DL  3AMJacob WhitesidesCooking Vinyl/UMA
DL  RelishJoan OsborneUniversal
DL  Archives to EightiesJohn MayallUniversal
DL  Kardi Gras Vol.1: The ClashKardinal OffishallUniversal
DL  InnerstandingsMaverick SabreUniversal
DL  The Magic BridgeRichard DawsonDomino/UMA
DL  So FamiliarSteve Martin & Edie BrickellConcord/UMA
DL  Braxton Family ChristmasThe BraxtonsDef Jam/UMA
DL  Fire and Skill: The Jam LiveThe JamUniversal
DL  Queen of the CloudsTove LoUniversal
DL  Seems UnfairTrust FundSundry/UMA
DL  Hearts Up (EP)V. RoseUniversal
DL  ChristmasVince GillMCA Nashville/UMA
DL 31stThe Glass TrunkRichard DawsonDomino/UMA
DL 1stLinder Bros.Linder Bros.Universal
DL 4thFirst KissMacoUniversal
DLCD Armwrestling AtlasMathasBig Village/MGM
 CD Edge of EverythingBirds and ArrowsRedeye/Birds&Arrows/Planet
 4CDCassDawn/DuskLow LumensRedeye/Burnt Toast/Planet
 CD TechnomancerPicturePlaneRedeye/Anticon/Planet
 CD CocksureLaura StevensonRedeye/Don Giovanni/Planet
 CDVinylDays of HeavenSteven LambkeRedeye/You've Changed/Planet
 CD2xVinylVoyeurUrsula 1000Redeye/Insect Queen/Planet
CassCDVinylChunksWhite FangRedeye/Burger/Planet
  VinylLonely FangSomerset CatalogRedeye/Misra/Planet
  VinylRuffBorn RuffiansRedeye/Yep Roc/Planet
 CD BleedsRoots ManuvaBig Dada/Inertia
 CD It's a Holiday Soul PartySharon Jones & the Dap-KingsShock
 CD The SignCrystal LakeShock
 CD Sea of BrassBritish Sea PowerShock
 CD Hit Your HeadDrug ChurchShock

DLPhysCompilations Labels
DLCDBorn to DanceSoundtrackSony Australia
DL John Williams: The Great Movie SoundtracksVarious / John WilliamsSony
DL Machete Mixtape: Gold EditionVarious ArtistsSony
DL2CDBuried Country 1.5Various ArtistsFestival/Warner
DL5CD101 Party StartersVarious ArtistsJoint Venture/UMA
DL2CDRnB FridaysVarious ArtistsUniversal TV
DLCDWe Love DisneyVarious ArtistsDisney/UMA
 2CDJoy of Living: A Tribute to Ewan MacCollVarious ArtistsCooking Vinyl/UMA
DLCDChristmas MemoriesVarious ArtistsAmbition/UMA
 CDChristmas Classics: The Most Wonderful Time of the YearVarious ArtistsAmbition/UMA
DL 20 #1's: Motown ChristmasVarious ArtistsUniversal
DL Rockin' Originals: Original Versions of Famous SongsVarious ArtistsUniversal
 CDGreece 2015: Summer Sessions Vol.16Various ArtistsCentral Station/UMA

The lead single released last Friday from the 20th November due third album for Adele entitled “25” debuts at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart, as “Hello” simply greets the No.1 spot in it’s first week on the charts, but also sells enough to be certified Gold (●) in sales, which is over 35,000+ in its first week of release.

“Hello” becomes the 1044th No.1 single in Australia (1940 to 2015) and the 479th for ARIA (1983 to 2015), plus the 109th song to debut at No.1 and only the second for the XL Record Label, as their/her previous chart-topping single was in late June to early August of 2011 with the song “Someone Like You” (7 weeks), which now gives Adele her eighth accumulated weeks at the top in Australia, placing her equal eleventh on the list of ‘Accumulated Weeks at No.1: 2010’s (Singles)’ alongside the eight weeks that Guy Sebastian and Meghan Trainor have also notched up this decade.

This new No.1 becomes the fifth song to feature a ‘Hello’ in its title, the last one being the classic Lionel Richie track “Hello” (4-June-1984) which spent three weeks at No.1. The song also debuted at the top of the UK charts this week too selling over 333,000 this past week, and the new No.1 for Adele becomes the 196th for an English act to hit the top here and the fourth this year after Paul McCartney (on the Rihanna track), Ellie Goulding and One Direction.

We have two new entries at the top of the chart this week, with Justin Bieber coming in at No.2 with “Sorry” his follow-up to this weeks No.6 track “What Do You Mean” which became his first No.1 here, and now this becomes his third Top 3 hit for 2015, and only his fourth overall. This is the second track lifted from his November 13th due fourth album ‘Purpose’ and its also came in at #2 in the UK, whilst the last time that we had debuts within the top two here was almost ten years ago, late January 2006 when “Run it!” by Chris Brown and “When I’m Gone” by Eminem entered in the top two spots.

The new No.1 streaming single this week is “Hotline Bling” for Drake which is pushed back down to No.3 on the main singles chart this week, whilst also down one spot is The Weeknd with “The Hills” to No.4, and dropping four places to No.5 after spending the past four weeks at No.1 are Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with “Downtown”, whilst the chart-topping track prior to that, “What Do You Mean” for Justin Bieber is also down one to No.6 this week.

Back to back again this week are the sweetness of Robin Schulz and Francesco Yates with “Sugar” at No.7 and rapper Dawin with the equally tasty “Dessert” at No.8, whilst blasting up twenty-two places to land at No.9 is Swedish singer Zara Larsson and MNEK with “Never Forget You” making it her first appearance in the Australian Top 10, whilst dropping two places to No.10 is Ellie Goulding with “On My Mind”.

UP: LunchMoney Lewis was in the country this past week on a promo tour, performing his track “Whip it!” wherever he appeared, including X-Factor, but his song remains at No.11 for a third consecutive week. Last week Duke Dumont and “Ocean Drive” equaled his previous best peak of No.17, but this week the song jumps up four places to a new peak of No.13 making it now his highest charting single in Australia. Conrad Sewell lands his third Top 20 hit for 2015 as his latest song “Who You Lovin” is up twelve places to a new chart height of No.17. Shawn Mendes halves his position from last week as he is up twenty-four places to a new peak of No.24 with “Stitches” and up nine places from last weeks debut at No.37 to No.28 this week are Marcus Marr & Chet Faker with “The Trouble With us”. Diplo snuck back into the Top 50 last week at No.50 with “Be Right There”, which this week leaps up sixteen spots to a new peak of No.34 and Birds of Tokyo are back up five places to No.35 with “I’d Go with You Anywhere” (HP-31). James Bay returns to the Top 100 at No.40 with his former No.55 single “Scars” and returning to the Top 50 this week are Major Lazer and DJ Snake with “Lean On” at No.49.

DOWN: After debuting at No.4 last week, One Direction’s “Perfect” drops eight spots to No.12 this week, whilst “Lay it All on Me” (HP-7, WI10-2) for Rudimental and Ed Sheeran is down five to No.14 and after a single week within the Top 10, Jess Glynne drops eight to No.18 with “Don’t Be So Hard on Yourself”. “Hula Hoop” for OMI falls nine to No.22, Taylor’s “Wildest Dreams” dwindle down seven places to No.23, Calvin’s former No.1 “How Deep is Your Love” drops seven to No.27, and after peaking at No.22 last week “Runnin” for Naughty Boy & Beyonce is also down seven to No.29 this week. “Good for You” for Selena Gomez drops eight to No.31, Little Mix tumble eleven to No.38 with “Love Me Like You” after peaking at No.27 last week, “Wild” for Troye Sivan is down seven to No.39 and Jessica Mauboy is down eight to No.42 with “This Ain’t Love”. Dropping into the lower fifty are Adam Lambert with “Ghost Town” (44 to 55), “Easy Love” for Sigala (39 to 59), “Cool for the Summer” by Demi Lovato (47 to 62), “Talk Me Down” by Troye Sivan (36 to 63), Demi Lovato with “Confident” (35 to 64) and “Like an Animal” by Rufus (46 to 67).

US alt-rock band X Ambassadors land their first singles chart entry this week by debuting at No.43 with “Renegades”, which is being used in the latest Jeep ads on TV, whilst the final new entry to the Top 50 this week comes in at No.48, “Home” by One Direction, the fourth song to chart from their November 13th (also) due fifth studio album “Made in the A.M.”.

Lower 50: Lost Frequencies jump up six places to a new peak of No.51 with their second entry “Reality”, and back up twelve spots to No.77 is the latest Matt Corby track “Monday”. “The Horses” for Daryl Braithwaite snuck back into the charts at No.99 last week, but jumps up twenty places to No.79 this week and returning tracks this week include Peking Duk with “Say My Name”, which they sang on X-Factor this past week, and Adele’s first No.1 single “Someone Like You” is back in at No.87. 5 Seconds of Summer return at No.93 with “Hey Everybody!” at No.93 and “Here” for Alessia Cara is back in at No.94, Sam Smith returns at No.98 with his Bond theme “Writings on the Wall”, which should jump up next week as he performed it on Graham Norton on Friday night (here) and the film is due soon too.

Dance acts ZHU, Skrillex and newcomers THEY team up for the track “Working for it” which comes in at No.52, whilst a few places lower at No.58 is the new ballad for Gwen Stefani entitled “Used to Love You”, whilst the new Joe Jonas band DNCE comes in ten places lower at No.68 with their debut single “Cake by the Ocean”.

Ellie Goulding marks another week with another new entry as the track “Lost and Found” comes in at No.70, with last weeks entry “Something in the Way You Move” (HP-90) leaving the Top 100 this week. One place lower at No.71 is “Keeping Score” for Sydney dance act/producer L.D.R.U. featuring vocalist Paige IV, and finally coming in at No.80 is Meghan Trainor with “Better When I'm Dancin'”, which is the theme song to the upcoming ‘Peanuts’ movie.


The second studio album for Sydney band 5 Seconds of Summer debuts at the top of the ARIA Albums chart this week, entitled “Sounds Good Feels Good”, the album becomes the bands second No.1 album in Australia.

“Sounds Good Feels Good” becomes the 748th No.1 album in Australia (1965 to 2015) and the 599th for ARIA (1983 to 2015), plus the 395th to debut at No.1, in fact the past twelve weeks have seen a new No.1 each successive week, and this new number one album becomes the seventeenth for the Capitol record label, and as I mentioned the second for 5 Seconds of Summer, as their debut self-titled album came in at No.1 on the 7th of July, 2014. The new album has also (so far) entered at the top of the English albums chart too, becoming their first to hit the top there, and it sold twice as much as their #2 this week.

This new No.1 becomes the second album to feature the words ‘Sounds’ (as opposed to just ‘sound’) and ‘Good’, the previous one being the ‘Good Morning Vietnam’ soundtrack (6-June-1988) and it is the first ‘Feels’, the previous closest being the Pete Murray album “Feeler” (8-March-2004). The new chart-topping album also becomes the 190th No.1 for an Australian Act and the third consecutive for a local act, plus the album is also the 351st for a Group (local or international), and this is also the third Top 10 album for 5SOS, as their late December 2014 live set “LiveSOS” debuted and peaked at No.7.

The eleventh studio album (12th if you include the Xmas album) for Chris Isaak debuts at No.2 entitled “First Comes the Night”, which is partly helped by his current appearance as a judge/mentor on X-Factor, and it becomes his sixth Top 10 album in Australia and his equal second highest charting, as his fifth album “Forever Blue” climbed to No.2 for two weeks in August of 1995, whilst his “Best of” collection became his only No.1 here in June 2006.

“Like a Version Volume 11” is only down one spot to No.3 this week and is the only album to survive from last weeks Top 5 for another week, because two further albums enter within the five, coming in at No.4 is Carrie Underwood with her fifth studio album “Storyteller”, which becomes her fourth album to chart here (3 studio and 1 best of) and is her equal highest charting album, as her previous album “Blown Away” also reached No.4 back in May 2012, and right behind at No.6 is the debut album for local singer Nathaniel entitled “Yours”, helped by his appearance on X-Factor this past week too.

“1989” for Taylor Swift is on hold at No.6 again this week, whilst last weeks No.1 debut for Hillsong Worship “Open Heaven/River Wild” drops down seven places to No.8 this week. In-between those two is the fifth of six Top 10 debuts this week, classical singer Andrea Bocelli with his tribute to the movies entitled “Cinema” coming in at No.7. This is his fifteenth studio album and contains collaborations with such artists as Ariana Grande and Nicole Scherzinger, whilst it also becomes his sixth Top 10 album in Australia. The final new entry to the Top 10 comes in at No.9, “Another Country” for Rod Stewart, which contains all original material and this is his 29th studio album and now his 21st Top 10 album here in Australia, and finally holding onto the No.10 spot for another week is Ed Sheeran with his “x” album.

UP: The newly re-packaged James Bay album “Chaos & the Calm” is back up thirteen places to No.16, whilst the biggest leap of the week goes to Adele and her second album “21”, which leaps up eighty places to No.17 this week thanks to her new No.1 song “Hello”. Fleetwood Mac started their latest Australian tour last week in Sydney, and this helps a heap of their albums to climb and re-enter this week, with their “Greatest Hits” album back up ten to No.18, “The Very Best of” returns at No.27, “25 Years – The Chain” is back in at No.47, and “Rumours” (No.1 at the this time in 1978) is back in at No.64 too. The recently released documentary ‘Amy’ about Amy Winehouse helps her album “Back to Black” jumps back up twenty-two spots to No.40 and also back into the Top 50 are Mumford & Sons with “Wilder Mind”, back up ten places to No.46.

DOWN: With six new entries to the Top 10 this week, the six dropouts are from Cold Chisel with “The Perfect Crime” (HP-2, WI10-3) down three to No.11, The Weeknd with “Beauty Behind the Madness” (HP-1x1, WI10-8) dropping four to No.13, “Limit of Love” (HP-1x1, WI10-2) by Boy & Bear down seven to No.14, and after all debuting within the ten last week, dropping out are Demi Lovato with “Confident” (3 to 23), the self-titled Jamie Lawson set (4 to 25) and the self-titled Pentatonix album (5 to 34). Two former hard-rock No.1 albums both fall seven places apiece, “Ire” by Parkway Drive and “That’s the Spirit” by Bring Me the Horizon to No.19 and No.20 respectively. Jess Glynne falls twelve to No.26, Lana Del Rey falls eleven to No.30, INXS is back down fourteen places to No.31, Selena Gomez drops seventeen to No.32, N.W.A.’s “Greatest Hits” is down eleven to No.33, Disclosure, Chvrches and Dr. Dre’s “Compton” soundtrack all drop down twelve places each to No.35, No.36 and No.37 respectively. “In the Lonely Hour” by Sam Smith drops to its lowest position ever, down seven to No.41 and “Hoops” for The Rubens are down sixteen to No.42, Robbie’s “In & Out of Consciousness” compilation is back down eight to No.43, David Gilmour drops sixteen to No.48 and Tame Impala’s “Currents” fall ten places to No.49. Dropping into the lower fifty are Iron Maiden (42 to 57), Rudimental (36 to 59), Sia (48 to 60), Bryan Adams (45 to 62), Ed Sheeran’s “+” (18 to 74), and leaving the Top 100 from last weeks fifty are Nothing But Thieves (#27), State Champs (#31), OMI (#37), Machine Gun Kelly (#38), Matchbox 20 (#41), Lorde (#44), Raury (#46) and Foals (#47).

New Zealand act Fat Freddy’s Drop see their fourth studio album “Bays” come in at No.12 this week, becoming the bands third entry here and now second highest charting, as the last album “Blackbird” debuted and peaked at No.11 in early July of 2013, and their first entry here was “Dr. Boondigga & the BW” which made it to No.45 in June of 2009.

The third in the latest blues albums for local singer/songwriter Russell Morris is entitled “Red Dirt Red Heart” and it debuts at No.21 this week, becoming his seventh album to chart in Australia, with the two recent albums for Russell having both reached the Top 10, Sharkmouth” (HP-6, peaked April 2013) and “Van Diemen’s Land (HP-4, debuted 7 peaked April 2014). And the final Top 50 entry this week is the second studio album and first entry here for Canadian indie-rock act Half Moon Run, the album is “Sun Leads Me on”, which comes in at No.39 this week.

Lower 50: The Waifs blast back up twenty-three places to No.53 with “Beautiful You” and Avicii’s “Stories” are back up sixteen to No.54. The first album for Adele “19” is back in at No.55 and current tourist Neil Diamond is back in at No.61 with “All Time Greatest Hits”. Hozier’s self-titled album has just been released on Friday as a re-packaged album, but for this week it is back up thirteen places to No.65 and Years & Years’ “Communion” returns to the Top 100 at No.71, with the recent self-titled Lawson album back in at a new peak of No.76 (it entered at #84 on the 19-Oct chart for a single week), and with AC/DC starting their tour in Sydney on the 4th of November, their latest album “Rock or Bust” is back in at No.77, “The Best of” for Chris Isaak returns at No.86, “The Essential” by Michael Jackson reappears at No.89, “A.L.L.A.” by A$AP Rock is back in at No.90, “Abba Gold & More” returns at No.91 (‘Mamma Mia’ screened on Channel 7 last weekend), “The Eminem Show” for Eminem is back in at No.94 and the final returning album is at No.98, The Hilltop Hoods with “Walking Under Stars”.

UK crooner Daniel O’Donnell debuts at No.5 in his home countries’ chart, but here he debuts at No.51 with his latest album “The Hank Williams Songbook”, and the fourth album for Canadian pop/rock group Marianas Trench entitled “Astoria” comes in at No.56 and is their first albums chart entry in Australia. The fourth album for California singer/songwriter Joanna Newsom debuts at No.63 entitled “Divers” and is her third entry here, with her last set “Have One on Me” debuting and peaking at No.62 in March 2010. The final entry at No.99 is the second solo album for local country singer Drew McAlister entitled “Black Sky”, whilst he has appeared on three previous entries for his other project, the duo McAlister Kemp, and this is his first solo chart appearance.

2SorryJustin Bieberhttps://youtu.be/fRh_vgS2dFE
43RenegadesX Ambassadorshttps://youtu.be/1u-niluB8HI
48HomeOne Directionhttps://youtu.be/UTH0C6qmET8
52Working for itZHU x Skirlllex x Theyhttps://youtu.be/hn1awIcBrhw
58Used to Love YouGwen Stefanihttps://youtu.be/zeT_nYtjgTQ
68Cake by the OceanDNCEhttps://youtu.be/vWaRiD5ym74
70Lost and FoundEllie Gouldinghttps://youtu.be/QxfJfZTEj_g
71Keeping ScoreLDRU feat Paige IVhttps://youtu.be/impO1reeRcc
80Better When I'm Dancin'Meghan Trainorhttps://youtu.be/pkCyfBibIbI

1Sounds Good Feels Good5 Seconds of Summerhttps://youtu.be/_CFodOkxLgQ
2First Comes the NightChris Isaak 
4StorytellerCarrie Underwood 
7CinemaAndrea Bocellihttps://youtu.be/WLm9ryGCLVk
9Another CountryRod Stewart 
12BaysFat Freddy's Drop 
21Red Dirt Red HeartRussell Morris 
39Sun Leads Me onHalf Moon Runhttps://youtu.be/BbJA01Fa4bk
51The Hank Williams SongbookDaniel O'Donnell 
56AstoriaMarianas Trench 
63DiversJoanna Newsom 
99Black SkyDrew McAlister 

HELLO Adele ●

NO Album Certifications this week.

Written, Researched and Compiled by Gavin Ryan.

Visit ARIA’s website for full chart information: http://www.ariacharts.com.au/ (updated after 6pm on Saturday)
Produced with the co-operation of ARIA

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1Downtown - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis4554554
2Hotline Bling - Drake3333333
3The Hills - The Weeknd5445445
4Perfect - One Direction13131413141414
5What Do You Mean? - Justin Bieber6676666
6Sugar - Robin Schulz7787877
7Dessert - Dawin8899989
8On My Mind - Ellie Goulding10101112121111
9Lay it All on Me - Rudimental + Ed Sheeran14121314131313
10Don't Be So Hard on Yourself - Jess Glynne161518181818-
11Whip it - LunchMoney Lewis11141010101010
12Locked Away - R. Rock + Adam Levine17-1919-1918
14Magnets - Disclosure feat Lorde15161516151615
15The Fix - Nelly & Jeremih------20
16Wildest Dreams - Taylor Swift-1820-1920-
17Ocean Drive - Duke Dumont12111211111212
18Alive - Sia18191615171717
19679 - Fetty Wap1920-20--19
29Who You Lovin' - Conrad Sewell20171717161516
31Never Forget You - Zara Larsson & MNEK9968798
-Hello - Adele1111111
-Sorry - Justin Bieber2222222

1Open Heaven/River Wild - Hillsong6486
2Like a Version Vol.11 - Various2232
61989 - Taylor Swift8545
8The Perfect Crime - Cold Chisel---10
10X - Ed Sheeran10---
28Greatest Hits - Fleetwood Mac9-58
29Chaos & the Calm - James Bay-910-
-Sounds Good Feels Good - 5SOS1111
-First Comes the Night - Chris Isaak4673
-Storyteller - Carrie Underwood3324
-Cinema - Andrea Bocelli---9
-Another Country - Rod Stewart58--
-Bays - Fat Freddy's Drop7767
-21 - Adele-109-

Take40 LINK: http://www.fox.com.au/listen/

Hijinx LINK: http://myradiostream.com/jinxstreamy
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My debutt preds...

Adele - Hello
Justin Bieber - Sorry
One Direction - Home
Gwen Stefani - Used to Love You
Avicii - Broken Arrows
LDRU feat. Paige IV - Keeping Score
Adam Lambert - Another Lonely Night
X Ambassadors - Renegades
DNCE - Cake By the Ocean
Meghan Trainor - Better When I'm Dancin'
ZHU, Skrillex & They - Working for It
Panic! at the Disco - Emperor's New Clothes
Ellie Goulding - Lost and Found

Here's mine, exciting week for debuts by the looks of it

Always Be Yours - Nathaniel
Better When I'm Dancin' - Meghan Trainor
Broken Arrows - Avicii
Cake By The Ocean - DNCE
Emperor's New Clothes - Panic! At The Disco
Hello - Adele
Home - One Direction
Keeping Score - L D R U featuring Paige IV
Lost And Found - Ellie Goulding
Renegades - X Ambassadors
Sorry - Justin Bieber
Used To Love You - Gwen Stefani
Working For It - Zhu, Skrillex & THEY

Pity Kamikaze and Indian Summer most likely won't make it this week, hopefully both can make it next week
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And the most excitingnessfulness thing is that none of them are likely to be of the Karaoke Shit™ variety.
I dunno, I think noted karaoke enthusiast Sam Smith could be re-entering this week
NEW ENTRY #140RE TO T100640James Bay - Scars

It's better than Let It Go at least
39v732816Troye Sivan - Wild

Expected this to drop quite a bit more to be honest
I'm more interested in his other one right now (Not Fools)
38v1127527Little Mix - Love Me Like You

Good riddance.
37v433733Selena Gomez - Same Old Love

36v630132Nico & Vinz (feat Kid Ink & Bebe Rexha) - That's How You Know <P>


35^540531Birds of Tokyo - I'd Go With You Anywhere

NEW ENTRY #234^1650634Diplo - Be Right There

Yay for BOT going up.
33v528131One Direction - Drag Me Down <P>

32v6261325The Rubens - Hoops

Still surprised to see this doing quite well despite JJJ's Hottest 100 still being months away.
31v8231910Selena Gomez (feat A$AP Rocky) - Good For You <P>


30v525106Felix Jaehn - Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better) <G>

29v722622Naughty Boy (feat Beyonce & Benjamin Arrow) - Runnin' (Lose It All)

One of those "wrong place wrong time" sort of tracks.
NEW PEAK #128^937228Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us

Higher than Talk Is Cheap got pre-Hottest 100! Yay
27v720151Calvin Harris & Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love <P>


26v224146Vance Joy - Fire and the Flood <P>


25v421202The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face <P>2


NEW ENTRY #324^2448624Shawn Mendes - Stitches

My 1st proper listen for this, really not a fan of this tbh.
23v716133Taylor Swift - Wildest Dreams <P>


22v91398Omi - Hula Hoop <G>

ouch drop tbh
21v615103Nelly (feat Jeremih) - The Fix <P>

20v1191519Fetty Wap (feat Remy Boyz) - 679


Ooh I did get it right
19v118510Sia - Alive


18v8101110Jess Glynne - Don't Be So Hard On Yourself <G>


but at least it made the top 10
NEW PEAK #217^1229317Conrad Sewell - Who You Lovin


Yay I suppose, it's not incredibly embarrassing to listen to like Get Stupid is at least
16v412132R. City (feat Adam Levine) - Locked Away <P>


15v114414Disclosure (feat Lorde) - Magnets


14v5957Rudimental (feat Ed Sheeran) - Lay It All On Me



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NEW PEAK #313^417913Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive


12v8424One Direction - Perfect


Infinity is still better.
11PEAK HOLD111011LunchMoney Lewis (feat Chloe Angelides) - Whip It!



Ha ha ha. Don't ever enter the top 10 you, thing.
Haters. At this rate it will next week and it will be glorious.
10v2863Ellie Goulding - On My Mind


Surely if it's #11 next week (quite possible), that's a record?
I do actually like the song, I just find it amusing that it has been stuck at #11
Oh well, it will just prove what taste the country has; none.
NEW PEAK #49^223129Zara Larsson & MNEK - Never Forget You


I thought I recall something getting 4 weeks at 11 or maybe my memory is wrong who knows.
I mean, it's relatively arbitrary whether or not it gets there

Cyndi Lauper had 4 weeks with "I Drove All Night" I know Lifter.
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lol Ss112. And here I was thinking I was the one who liked it the most on the site It's pretty rad to see MNEK in the top 10 I must admit
Maybe that was it but either way Whip It will only equal the record next week. If it does it of course.
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8v17107Dawin - Dessert


On the note of haters, yay at this still slaying in the top 10 despite the haters
7v1673Robin Schulz (feat Francesco Yates) - Sugar <G>


6v1591Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean? <P>


If only Sugar were #5 last week for the cool pattern in its chart run
I know I said something about Dessert last week, but I just meant Whip It deserves to be top 10 as much. Meanwhile The Fix and That's How You Know get free passes But fight the real enemy *tears up a picture of Macklemore*
5v4191Macklemore & Ryan Lewis (feat Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz) - Downtown <P>



And I certainly agree on The Fix, the more I hear it the more I'm confused it charted so well. Nothing on Somebody and Don't Tell 'Em, most DJ Mustard and soundalike hits and most of Nelly's hits too
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4v13223The Weeknd - The Hills <G>


3v12122Drake - Hotline Bling


Aww, was hoping for an upset.
NEW ENTRY #42NE TO T10012Justin Bieber - Sorry


Unlucky to be overshadowed but #2 is still good anyway. Interested to see how much this sold, probably more than most #1s this year lol
NEW ENTRY #51NE TO T10011Adele - Hello <G>



Top 1081055695
Top 203334211
Well, at least it better then Downtown.
Great to see Adele on top. I'm hoping her presence there can be followed by more songs I like making the top of the chart, the way it did in 2011.
I've added this week's ARIA Top 100 Singles chart entries to my site.

Hear them all here - http://top100singles.blogspot.com/2015/01/every-aria-top-100-single-in-2015.html
Top 50 dropouts

LWArtist - Title
35Demi Lovato - Confident
36Troye Sivan - TALK ME DOWN
39Sigala - Easy Love
44Adam Lambert - Ghost Town
46RUFUS - Like An Animal
47Demi Lovato - Cool For The Summer

HELLO Adele ●
In answer to the question earlier, only two singles in the ARIA (in-house charts) era have peaked at #11 for four weeks. The vast majority of singles that peak at #11 only do so for a solitary week.

Title Artist Entry Weeks at #11
I Drove All Night Cyndi Lauper 1989 4 (Consecutive)
Hey Lover LL Cool J 1996 4 (Consecutive)
Deeper and Deeper Madonna 1992 3 (Consecutive)
I'm Every Woman Whitney Houston 1993 3 (Nonconsecutive)
In Too Deep Belinda Carlisle 1996 3 (Nonconsecutive)
Around the World Daft Punk 1997 3 (Nonconsecutive)
I Turn to You Melanie C 2000 3 (Nonconsecutive)
Around the World (La La La La La) ATC 2001 3 (Nonconsecutive)
Family Portrait Pink 2002 3 (Consecutive)
Elevator Love Guy Sebastian 2006 3 (Consecutive)
Up/Down Jessica Mauboy 2009 3 (Nonconsecutive)
Hotel Room Service Pitbull 2009 3 (Consecutive)
Eenie Meenie Sean Kingston & Justin Bieber 2010 3 (Consecutive)
Whip It! LunchMoney Lewis feat. Chloe Angelides 2015 3 (Consecutive)

haha, neat. Hard to tell if it's a bigger accomplishment to be consecutive or not lol
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Quite a few great tracks too! Poor Elevator Love, Around The World and Up/Down especially
By the way, Deeper and Deeper could be said to arguably hold the record at 5 consecutive weeks at #11 due to its run of three consecutive weeks at #11 happening on both sides of the two-week Christmas break.
Ah, I'd be inclined to count that!
All I can think about is the likelihood that she would have had another Top 10 hit if it wasn't for that pesky Christmas break! Deeper and Deeper is one of my favourites of Madonna's. A personal Top 5 EOY single in fact.
I'm working through the AMR data as we speak and can say that I've probably found an undisputed record holder! Pointer Sisters' He's So Shy (five consecutive weeks at #11 with no dodgy Christmas breaks to consider). lol
Scrub that. The record is now Supertramp's It's Raining Again (6 consecutive weeks at #11).
holy shit
Ok. Here's a table for the 1960-1988 AMR era...

Title Artist Entry Weeks at #11
It's Raining Again Supertramp 1982 6 (Consecutive)
He's So Shy Pointer Sisters 1980 5 (Consecutive)
Time Craig Douglas 1961 4 (Nonconsecutive)
Take Me Bak 'ome Slade 1972 4 (Consecutive)
Vienna Ultravox 1981 4 (Nonconsecutive)
Hippy Hippy Shake The Swinging Blue Jeans 1964 3 (Consecutive)
Sick and Tired / About Love Billy Thorpe and The Aztecs 1964 3 (Consecutive)
When a Man Loves a Woman Percy Sledge 1966 3 (Consecutive)
Summer in the City The Lovin' Spoonful 1966 3 (Consecutive)
Your Song Elton John 1971 3 (Consecutive)
The Glamorous Life Sheila E. 1984 3 (Consecutive)
Out of Touch Daryl Hall & John Oates 1984 3 (Consecutive)

3rd worst number 1 of 2015 behind Bills and Cheerleader. SERIOUSLY salty this boring POS blocked The Weeknd and Drake. Ariana surely is dethroning her next week, right ?
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Thank God no. Very glad to see Adèle at #1.I second bluezombie's post.

Also glad to see Whip it stuck at #11 again. Hope those Dessert and Lean On dirges leave the top 10 and top 50 respectively for good next week
There is actually a tie for most weeks at #11, it also happened for "Whole Lotta Shakin' Goin' on" by Jerry Lee Lewis which spent six non-consecutive weeks at No.11 in November (2 weeks), December (1 week) 1957, January (1 week) and then February (2 weeks) 1958.

Further mutiple of 3 or more weeks at #11 pre-1960

1957 - WHole Lotta Shakin' Goin' on - Jerry Lee Lewis (6 weeks) (non-consec)
1959 - Tell Him No - Ted & Ray (3 weeks) (non-consecutive)
1958 - Why Don't They Understand - George Hamilton IV (3 weeks) (non-consec)

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Actually kinda hoping Whip It! is #11 again for the all 11s it will have next week Also I'm glad Hello is #1, if anything Downtown should be blamed for Hotline Bling and The Hills not being #1 since the sales were very close last week (and even a slightly higher streaming ratio would've given Hotline Bling the #1 imo, also I'm still unsure whether The Hills is getting all the sales and streams it should be) so yeah Focus is already down to #6 on iTunes so it might not even be top 5 on the next chart
Nice work buls. Are there any other pre-1960 singles that spent at least three weeks at their #11 peak?
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43NE143RENEGADES X AmbassadorsJeep ad
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9393253PITCH PERFECT 2 Soundtrack ●LP

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4134751IN THE LONELY HOUR Sam Smith ▲ 3LP
out411381YOURSELF OR SOMEONE LIKE YOU - AGAIN Matchbox 20 ▲ 10LP

Didn't notice how quickly Powerful had dropped down the chart. Also lol I Don't Like It, I Love It finally out. Alessia re-entering is awesome, hope she can get more weeks in. Pity 41-50 this week consists of mostly old and blah things, would've preferred #51 and #52 to have occupied that space
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261467I CRY WHEN I LAUGH Jess GlynneLP

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7569512TAKE ME TO CHURCH Hozier ▲ 5 
25424JAMIE LAWSON Jamie LawsonLP-ouch
out75175BLOOM Caligula's HorseLP

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
7470322FIGHT SONG Rachel Platten ▲ 2 
out74174MIDDLE DJ Snake Feat. Bipolar SunshineTW-137
74182131+ Ed Sheeran ▲ 5LP-ouch
out74174FADING FRONTIER DeerhunterLP

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
73724010FIRESTONE Kygo Feat. Conrad ▲ 
23323CONFIDENT Demi LovatoLP-ouch
73631672GREATEST HITS Queen ▲ 15LP

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
72531329OMEN Disclosure Feat. Sam Smith 
2220421TITLE Meghan Trainor ▲LP
725472THIRTY ONE Jarryd JamesLP
out72212CHANGE COLOURS Reece MastinLP

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
71NE171KEEPING SCORE L D R U Feat. Paige IV 
21NE121RED DIRT RED HEART Russell Morris11th LP
71RE115COMMUNION Years & YearsLP
Lol Bad Blood already below Shake It Off. Also great that Keeping Score is charting
TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
70NE170LOST AND FOUND Ellie Goulding 
201371THAT'S THE SPIRIT Bring Me The HorizonLP
705363262001 Dr. Dre ▲ 2LP

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
6971141WINGS Delta Goodrem ▲ 
191251IRE Parkway DriveLP
695781WILD Troye SivanEP
out69154BENEATH THE SKIN Of Monsters And MenLP

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
out68168INVINCIBLE Joe Moore 
18281673GREATEST HITS Fleetwood Mac ▲ 9LP-touring
6851331TO PIMP A BUTTERFLY Kendrick Lamar ●LP
out68931SONGS ABOUT JANE Maroon 5 ▲ 5LP

Missed LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravD
18Greatest Hits - Fleetwood Mac9-58

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
1797207121 Adele ▲ 15LP-new #1 single
6759184THE GREATEST HITS Australian CrawlLP

Missed LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravD
1721 - Adele-109-

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
1629323CHAOS AND THE CALM James Bay ●LP-repacked
6655184THE ORIGINAL HIGH Adam LambertLP
out66166ELEMENTS Ludovico EinaudiLP

Missed LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravD
16Chaos & the Calm - James Bay-910-

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
6559711TODAY'S THE DAY P!nk 
6578503HOZIER Hozier ▲LP

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
6435435CONFIDENT Demi Lovato 
14731LIMIT OF LOVE Boy & BearLP-WI10-2
64RE1521RUMOURS Fleetwood Mac ▲ 13LP-Touring (#1 TW in '78)

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
6336236TALK ME DOWN Troye Sivanouch
63NE163DIVERS Joanna Newsom4th LP, 3rd entry

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
62471720COOL FOR THE SUMMER Demi Lovato ● 
12NE112BAYS Fat Freddy's Drop4th LP, 3rd entry
624546GET UP Bryan AdamsLP

Missed LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravD
12Bays - Fat Freddy's Drop7767
TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
6161321SEE YOU AGAIN Wiz Khalifa Feat. Charlie Puth ▲ 4 
11842THE PERFECT CRIME Cold ChiselLP-WI10-3
61RE2438ALL TIME GREATEST HITS Neil DiamondLP-LW 113 Touring

Missed LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravD
11The Perfect Crime - Cold Chisel---10
Wow at Wings actually rebounding Also yay Cake By The Ocean, pity it might not get another week in the chart though
TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
6058601THINKING OUT LOUD Ed Sheeran ▲ 6 
out60522INFINITY One DirectionTW-105
1010711X Ed Sheeran ▲ 7LP
60486711000 FORMS OF FEAR Sia ▲LP

LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
10X - Ed Sheeran10---1

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
5939814EASY LOVE Sigala 
9NE19ANOTHER COUNTRY Rod Stewart29th LP, 21st T10
593644WE THE GENERATION RudimentalLP-ouch

LP Preds: Zero #1 of 5
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
9Another Country - Rod Stewart58--0

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
58NE158USED TO LOVE YOU Gwen Stefani 
8121OPEN HEAVEN/RIVER WILD Hillsong WorshipLP-expected
5852101IMMORTALIZED DisturbedLP

LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
8Open Heaven/River Wild - Hillsong64861

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
5755221LIKE I'M GONNA LOSE YOU Meghan Trainor Feat. John Legend ▲ 2 
7NE17CINEMA Andrea Bocelli15th LP, 6th T10
574282THE BOOK OF SOULS Iron MaidenLP

LP Preds:Zero #2 of 5
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
7Cinema - Andrea Bocelli---90

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
5656353WHERE ARE U NOW Skrillex & Diplo Feat. Justin Bieber ▲ 2 
665311989 Taylor Swift ▲ 5LP-1 Year within T10 now
56NE156ASTORIA Marianas Trench5th LP, 1st entry

LP Preds:Zero #3 of 5
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
61989 - Taylor Swift85450

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
5544252GHOST TOWN Adam Lambert ▲ 
5NE15YOURS NathanielDebut LP
55RE75319 Adele ▲ 2LP

LP Preds:Zero #4 of 5
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
5Yours - Nathaniel----0

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
5452279PHOTOGRAPH Ed Sheeran ▲ 
4NE14STORYTELLER Carrie Underwood5th LP, 2nd T10
5470410STORIES AviciiLP

LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
4Storyteller - Carrie Underwood33241

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
5351245DO IT AGAIN Pia Mia Feat. Chris Brown & Tyga ▲ 
5376115BEAUTIFUL YOU The WaifsLP

LP Preds:
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
3Like a Version Vol.11 - Various22321

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo

LP Preds:5th & final zero
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
2First Comes the Night - Chris Isaak46730

TWLWWIHPTitles - Artistsinfo
5157351REALITY Lost FrequenciesNEW PEAK
1NE11SOUNDS GOOD FEELS GOOD 5 Seconds Of Summer3rd T10 LP, 2nd #1

LP Preds: ONLY All Correct
TW I.E.TennisHijinxTravDTotal
1Sounds Good Feels Good - 5SOS11114

Poor Reality and Working For It. Easy Love too since it's not getting its streams counted
Figures (* = Debut)

1*16150+10020+ #1 in every state

1*59070+54970+4100+ #1 in every state
2*33610+29390+4210+ would've #1 in any other week
0320900+16550+4340+ #1 streamed

Lower 20 Singles (not mentioned above)
102 * Rolling in the Deep - Adele
103 - She's Kinda Hot - 5SOS
104 - All of Me - John Legend
106 * Break on Me - Keith Urban
107 * Another Lonely Night - Adam Lambert
108 - Wake Up - The Vamps
109 - Again - Fetty Wap
110 - Love Myself - Hailee Steinfeld
111 - Bills - LunchMoney Lewis (promo tourist)
112 * Always Be Yours - Nathaniel
116 * Emporer's New Clothes - Panic! at the Disco
117 * Kamikaze - M0
119 - Chandelier - Sia

Lower 20 Albums (not mentioned above)
101 - Built on Glass - Chet Faker
102 - Spirit of the ANZACS - Lee Kernaghan
103 - Sometimes I Just Sit & Think... - Courtney Barnett
107 * Melody Road - Neil Diamond (touring)
108 - The Essential - Van Morrison
109 - Furious 7 - Soundtrack
110 - So Far So Good - Bryan Adams
111 - Good Kid M.A.A.D. City - Kendrick Lamar
113 - Song Book - Simply Red
114 - Blurryface - 21 pilots
117 - The Story So Far - Keith Urban
118 - The Ultimate Collection - Creedence
119 - The Definitive Collection - Little River Band
Adele now has the second highest weeks sales for 2015, beaten only by the 20-April-2015 chart which had "See You Again" selling 62490+ copies in total to this weeks 59070+ for "Hello".
Poor Sorry

Good to see Amy back in the chart
Yeah Sorry almost matched What Do You Mean?'s numbers so quite unlucky timing. Another Lonely Night is kind of another moment for ARIA since it was probably denied last week when it probably would've made the top 100. Also ooh Kamikaze, perhaps that means it has a good chance at making it next week
Two Questions :
Does anyone think Adele will be the biggest seller this year, and
will we have another No.1 before the end of the year?
I'd have thought Adele is a chance to sneak #1 EOY but if those are her first week sales, it won't be easy unless she's still #1 at the end of the year and has a big Christmas week; of course Hello might be stifled when the album comes out, especially if there's another single.
Very unlikely (in fact pretty much impossible) that Hello will be the biggest seller of the year. It'd have to have similar sales to this week for the rest of the year if it were to do that I think. Even top 5 feels like a stretch.

I think we'll have another #1 before the end of the year too. I don't see Hello spending more than 5 weeks at #1

On what Hijinx said, is 25 a possibility for the albums EOY #1? If it has massive sales I feel like it could, and it would be great to have it at #1 instead of something from 2014. I don't pay near as much attention to album sales though so maybe that's an overestimation
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Thanks gents. Just following this thread and there are a few comments about really poor songs charting atm. Don't really like "hello" but just have this feeling it is going to just sit there. We'll see I suppose. Keep up the informative work. Cheers.
1. Hello
2. Sorry
3. Hotline Bling
4. Downtown
5. The Hills
6. Never Forget You
7. Ocean Drive
8. Whip It
9. Focus
10. What Do You Mean
11. Dessert
12. Sugar
13. On My Mind
14. The Trouble With Us
15. Lay It All On Me
16. Wildest Dreams
17. I'd Go With You Anywhere
18. Alive
19. Locked Away
20. Perfect

1. Tina Arena
2. Taylor Swift
3. Like A Version
4. 5 Seconds Of Summer
5. Ed Sheeran
6. Chris Isaak
7. The Weeknd
8. Fleetwood Mac
9. Claptone
10. James Bay

This week in albums


1. Hello
2. Sorry
3. Hotline Bling
4. Never Forget You
5. The Hills
6. Downtown
7. Dessert
8. Ocean Drive
9. What Do You Mean?
10. Focus

11. Whip It!
12. Sugar
13. On My Mind
14. Stitches
15. The Trouble With Us
16. Lay It All On Me
17. I'd Go Anywhere With You
18. Perfect
19. Locked Away
20. Alive


1. Eleven
2. If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
3. Triple J’s Like A Version Volume 11
4. Sounds Good Feels Good
5. Def Leppard
6. 1989
7. First Comes The Night
8. Money Shot
9. Beauty Behind The Madness
10. X
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1. Hello - Adele
2. Sorry - Justin Bieber
3. Never Forget You - Zara Larsson & MNEK
4. Hotline Bling - Drake
5. The Hills - The Weeknd
6. Downtown - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz
7. What Do You Mean? - Justin Bieber
8. Ocean Drive - Duke Dumont
9. Sugar - Robin Schulz featuring Francesco Yates
10. Dessert - Dawin
11. Whip It! - LunchMoney Lewis featuring Chloe Angelides
12. Focus - Ariana Grande
13. On My Mind - Ellie Goulding
14. Lay It All On Me - Rudimental featuring Ed Sheeran
15. Stitches - Shawn Mendes
16. The Trouble With Us - Marcus Marr & Chet Faker
17. Alive - Sia
18. I'd Go With You Anywhere - Birds Of Tokyo
19. Perfect - One Direction
20. Locked Away - R. City featuring Adam Levine
1. Adele - Hello
2. Justin Bieber - Sorry
3. Zara Larsson & MNEK - Never Forget You
4. Drake - Hotline Bling
5. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown
6. The Weeknd - The Hills
7. Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean?
8. Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates - Sugar
9. Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive
10. Dawin - Dessert
11. Ariana Grande - Focus
12. LunchMoney Lewis feat. Chloe Angelides - Whip It! (inb4 #5 thanks to physical sales)
13. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us
14. Ellie Goulding - On My Mind
15. Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran - Lay It All On Me
16. Shawn Mendes - Stitches
17. One Direction - Perfect
18. Birds Of Tokyo - I'd Go With You Anywhere
19. Sia - Alive
20. R. City feat. Adam Levine - Locked Away
21. Disclosure feat. Lorde - Magnets
22. Taylor Swift - Wildest Dreams
23. Avicii - Broken Arrows
24. Conrad Sewell - Who You Lovin
25. Justin Bieber - I'll Show You
26. Jess Glynne - Don't Be So Hard On Yourself
27. Nelly feat. Jeremih - The Fix
28. The Weeknd - Can't Feel My Face
29. Rachel Platten - Stand By You
30. Fetty Wap feat. Remy Boyz / Monty - 679
31. Calvin Harris & Disciples - How Deep Is Your Love
32. Omi - Hula Hoop
33. Vance Joy - Fire And The Flood
34. Felix Jaehn feat. Jasmine Thompson - Ain't Nobody (Loves Me Better)
35. James Bay - Scars
36. David Guetta feat. Sia & Fetty Wap - Bang My Head
37. Selena Gomez feat. A$AP Rocky - Good For You
38. DJ Snake feat. Bipolar Sunshine - Middle
39. Selena Gomez - Same Old Love
40. Lost Frequencies - Are You With Me
1. Adele - Hello
2. Justin Bieber - Sorry
3. Drake - Hotline Bling
4. The Weeknd - The Hills
5. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown
6. Zara Larsson & MNEK - Never Forget You
7. Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean?
8. Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive
9. Robin Schulz feat. Francesco Yates - Sugar
10. Ariana Grande - Focus
11. Dawin - Dessert
12. LunchMoney Lewis feat. Chloe Angelides - Whip It!
13. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us
14. Ellie Goulding - On My Mind
15. Rudimental feat. Ed Sheeran - Lay It All On Me
16. Birds Of Tokyo - I'd Go With You Anywhere
17. Sia - Alive
18. Shawn Mendes - Stitches
19. One Direction - Perfect
20. Avicii - Broken Arrows

1. Tina Arena - Eleven
2. Elvis Presley - If I Can Dream: Elvis with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
3. Various Artists - Triple J’s Like A Version Volume 11
4. 5 Seconds of Summer - Sounds Good Feels Good
5. Taylor Swift - 1989
6. Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits
7. Def Leppard - Def Leppard
8. Chris Isaak - First Comes The Night
9. The Weeknd - Beauty Behind The Madness
10. Adele - 21
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1. Adele - Hello
2. Justin Bieber - Sorry
3. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis - Downtown
4. Drake - Hotline Bling
5. The Weeknd - The Hills
6. Zara Larrson & MNEK - Never Forget You
7. Dawin - Dessert
8. Justin Bieber - What Do You Mean?
9. Ariana Grande - Focus
10. Robin Schulz - Sugar
11. LunchMoney Lewis - Whip It!
12. Duke Dumont - Ocean Drive
13. Marcus Marr & Chet Faker - The Trouble With Us
14. Ellie Goulding - On My Mind
15. Rudimental - Lay It All On Me
16. Disclosure - Magnets
17. Shawn Mendes - Stitches
18. One Direction - Perfect
19. Birds of Tokyo - I'd Go With You Anywhere
20. Sia - Alive

1. Tina Arena - Eleven
2. Elvis Presley - If I Can Dream: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
3. Taylor Swift - 1989
4. 5 Seconds Of Summer - Sounds Good Feels Good
5. Various Artists - triple j - Like A Version 11
6. Andrea Bocelli - Cinema
7. Ed Sheeran - x
8. The Weeknd - Beauty Behind The Madness
9. Hozier - Hozier
10. James Bay - Chaos and the Calm

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