It's been a full week of sales since Tones and I won four ARIA Awards last Thursday night for herself and her long-running No.1 song "Dance Monkey", which naturally remains and also logs a nineteenth week a the top of the singles chart in Australia.
"Dance Monkey" is now the equal third longest running No.1 song in Australian chart history (1940 to 2019), tying with the only other previous 19 week #1 track in "A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square" by Vera Lynn from 1941, and if it stays for a 20th week it will become the outright third longest song at the top here, but the modern (1955 to now) and ARIA-era's (1983 to now) of charts, this is still the longest running No.1. Another thing that "Dance Monkey" achieves this week is its 22nd week within the Top 10 too, and thus becomes the sixth equal longest running Top 10 single in Australia, tying with the longest running No.1 of the 1960's here in "Hey Jude"/"Revolution" by The Beatles (1968), "Flaunt it" for TV Rock and Seany B (2006) and the last which was "Shallow" for Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper (2018).
The track for Tones and I returns to the top in Norway (15th week), holds onto the top in Austria, Switzerland (both 12 weeks), Belgium (11th week), The Netherlands and England (10th week), Portugal (3rd week) and both Bulgaria and Canada (2nd week), while it's at No.2 in France, New Zealand and Sweden, No.3 in Denmark, No.4 in Finland and leaves the Irish Top 10 for the first time and sits at No.11, which is also the same new peak it jumps to in the U.S.A. (up from #19).
The tenth week in England for "Dance Monkey" is now the longest running No.1 of 2019, and it ties a long standing solo female No.1 record too, as it's tenth week at the UK summit matches "I Will Always Love You" for Whitney Houston and "Umbrella" for Rihanna (feat. Jay-Z), the most for any female singer there (check out their tally board here). And "Dance Monkey" also gives Tones and I the record for the Australian act with the most weeks at No.1 on the UK singles chart at ten weeks, surpassing the nine weeks Olivia Newton-John (with John Travolta) achieved in 1978 on their 'Grease' duet "You're the One That I Want". So if she holds for one more week in England, she will be the only female solo artist to land eleven weeks at No.1 there.
The fourth week running New Zealand No.1 song in "Roxanne" for Arizona Zervas holds at No.2 for a second week here, while the ARIA Awards international performer and presenter in Dua Lipa sees her new entry "Don't Start Now" jump up four places to a new peak of No.3, which in turn becomes her fourth Top 3 single here, and is only surpassed by her No.2 single "New Rules" (2017). Post Malone is No.1 in America for a second week with "Circles", and here the former long running No.2 single is back up one spot to No.4, swapping places with single-week-No.2 song "Memories" for Maroon 5, down a place to No.5. Halving its position from last week and dropping three spot to No.6 is "Ride it" for Regard and another song down one spot and landing at No.7 is the Billie Eilish track "everything i need".
Climbing one spot to a new peak of No.8 is the second Top 10 entry for Tones and I with "Never Seen the Rain", plus the track is newly certified 2x▲Platinum in sales also, and it swaps places with the Lizzo track "Good as Hell", which slips one place to No.9. Debuting this week at No.10 is the comeback single of sorts for The Weeknd called "Heartless", which in turn becomes his seventh Top 10 single in Australia and his first since he debuted and peaked at No.3 with "Call Out My Name" (HP-3, April 2018), plus he has a second new entry within the Top 20 too.
UP: * MeduZa continue their gradual climb up the charts with their second entry "Lose Control", which this week climbs two places to a new peak of No.13. * The last No.1 of 2018 was Mariah Carey's "All I Want for Christmas is You", which finally hit the top after 24 years, and this week it does its usual pre-Xmas climb by leaping up forty-eight spots to land at No.20, and I forgot to mention last week that the song has ticked over to now be 6x▲Platinum in sales since its last charted in 2018. * Last weeks highest new entry for Lewis Capaldi and "Before You Go" remains at its entry position of No.24, while it also remains at No.1 in Ireland for a second week. * Halsey's recent visit and ARIA Awards performance helps her single "Graveyard" to climb back up one spot to No.30, while she is stable at No.98 with her former No.2 song "Without Me". * Winner for 'ARIA Single of the Year' in the Guy Sebastian single "Choir" is back up two places to No.43, while this past week in 2003 he was sitting at the top with his first single "Angels Brought Me Here" (2 of 3 weeks). * The first entry for Tones and I in "Johnny Run Away" rebounds five spots this week to No.55. * After leaping to No.62 last week the Tyga track "AYY Macarena" is stable this week at No.62. * Two of last weeks new entries to climb to new peaks this week are "Turn Me On" for Riton x Oliver Heldens feat. Vula (70 to No.65) and "Loyal" for PARTYNEXTDOOR feat. Drake (99 to No.82). * Khalid's visit here last week helps some of his older songs to climb and sit back-to-back with each other in "Talk" (78 to No.77) followed right after by "Better" (84 to No.78) and then again he is beside himself with his Billie Eilish duet "Lovely" (88 to No.79).
DOWN: * The only song leaving the Top 10 this week is the Selena Gomez single "Lose You to Love Me" (HP-2, WI10-5) which is down one spot to No.11, while her second entry in "Look at Her Now" falls nine chart rungs to No.67. * Ed Sheeran is down with "South of the Border" (13 to No.15), "Beautiful People" (25 to No.27), "I Don't Care" (26 to No.32), on the Stormzy entry from last week in "Own it" (55 to No.72), "Perfect" (72 to No.75) and his only rising track is the 'Longest Running Chart Single' and "Shape of You" (90 to No.88 at 152 weeks). * The second of five new certifications this week is a 3x▲Platinum sales cert for the track "One Thing Right" by Marshmello and Kane Brown, down two spots to No.19. * "Lover" by Taylor Swift drops back down seven places to No.23, with her second entry in "You Need to Calm Down" dips two spots to No.83. * This week the two Harry Styles entries slip back down in "Watermelon Sugar" (20 to No.28) and "Lights Up" (33 to No.41), while his second solo album will be out next Friday, so there should be a rebound for the songs on the pre-Christmas week's chart (23-Dec). * Falling six places each are two former Top 10 singles in "Piece of Your Heart" for MeduZa (27 to No.33) and "The Git Up" by Kane Brown (29 to No.35). * Sam Smith falls down six places to No.44 with "How Do You Sleep?". * The first entry for Lizzo and "Truth Hurts" slips down seven places to No.46. * Kanye West is having to "Follow God" down nine spot this week to pray at No.49. * Lauv is reduced down to only one entry in his three week old song "Mean it" with Lany, which is down seven places to No.51. * After five weeks of sitting at No.50 the Kygo and Whitney Houston cover of "Higher Love" is down two places to No.52. * Camila Cabello released her second album on Friday called "Romance", and her current solo entry "Liar" is this week down five spots to No.53. * Both Cyrus sisters drop down this week in Miley with "Slide Away" (49 to No.54) and Noah with her highest charted single (so far) in "July" (56 to No.63). * Ali Gatie takes a fifteen place tumble to No.56 with "It's You". * Normani has a ten place drop of her "Motivation" to land at No.61. * OneFour see a second week of tumbling for their first entry "In the Beginning", dropping fourteen spots to No.66. * Niall Horan was in the country on a promo tour this past week, yet his current chart entry "Nice to Meet Ya" is down three places to No.68. * Lil' Nas X and his track "Panini" are down nine spots to No.73 and now 2x▲Platinum in sales also. * The fifth (#4 is listed in the new entries) and final new singles sales cert this week is a Gold (●) for the Diplo and Jonas Brothers collaboration "Lonely", which drops down five spots to No.81, while the boys solo are down six to No.86 with "Sucker". * Drax Project with Hailee Steinfeld sees an eight place slide to No.85 with "Woke Up Late". * Coldplay's "Orphans" rebounded last week thanks to their new No.1 album "Everyday Life", but this week that album drops to No.8 and the lead single from the album falls eighteen places to No.89.
* A second track sliding down eighteen spots is "Bandit" for Juice WRLD, landing at No.93.* But the biggest fall of the week is a twenty-five place drop to No.99 for the Young Thug song "Hot" featuring rapper Gunna.
FURTHER NEW ENTRIES: * #10 - Heartless by The Weeknd * #16 - Blinding Lights by The Weeknd are the two lead singles from a forthcoming fourth studio album for the Canadian singer, and these become his 26th and 27th (22 as lead, 5 as guest) chart entries, plus as I mentioned before his seventh Top 10 single, plus also his tenth Top 20 placing as well.
* #38 - Last Christmas (re-entry) by Wham! makes it's annual return to the chart this week, but this time it's also thanks to the rom-com film of the same (LP TW-17), and it's previous entries were in 1984 (HP-3x8), 1997 (HP-46), 2014 (HP-14), 2016 (HP-23 after George Michael passed away), 2017 (HP-11) and last year it returned and scored an extra week within the Top 10 peaking at No.5, so now the question is can it go higher this year, as its just ticked over the 3x▲Platinum sales mark since its last visit here last year.
* #42 - It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas (re-entry) by Michael Buble * #97 - Holly Jolly Christmas by Michael Buble are two songs from his 2011 "Christmas" album which returns to the Top 10 this week, and "It's Beginning to Look..." is making it's third chart appearance, but at a new peak and its first week within the Top 50, as it previously charted in 2011 (HP-89) and then again in 2013 (HP-94) (it did hit the digital charts in 2014, HP-11 and in 2015, HP-30). "Holly Jolly Christmas" was first recorded by Burl Ives and issued in November of 1964, but it didn't hit our charts until last Christmas when his version made it to No.42, while for Michael this song has logged three separate digital chart entries in 2012 (HP-19), 2013 (HP-31) and again in 2014 (HP-48).
* #87 - Sorry by Joel Corry was originally used in the UK edition of 'Love Island' in July of this year, and became a No.6 hit in England and No.5 in Scotland, while Joel's background was as a DJ and personal trainer, before featuring on the 2013 edition of the UK reality series 'Geordie Shore', and this is his thirteenth released single (since his first in 2015) and first to chart.
* #94 - No Idea by Don Toliver is the sixth issued single for the Houston, Texas rapper, singer and songwriter who was born Caleb Zackery Toliver and issued his debut album "Donny Womack" in 2018, making this his first chart entry in Australia.
* #100 - Bop by DaBaby becomes the third singles chart appearance here (2 as lead, one a guest) for the U.S. rapper who previously charted with his solo entry "Suge" which made it to No.58 earlier in the year, while this new track is taken from his second album "KIRK" which made it to No.11 here in early October.
For the first time in ten years (and 3 weeks) Robbie Williams has scored a No.1 album in Australia, as last weeks new entry "The Christmas Present" climbs a spot and becomes his fifth overall chart-topping album in Australia for the English singer and performer.
"The Christmas Present" for Robbie Williams becomes the 862nd No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2019), the 712th for ARIA (1983 to 2019), the 24th No.1 of 2019 and the 46th for his current record label Columbia (only his second album with them too) and their third for this year after Bruce Springsteen in June and Luke Combs a few weeks ago in November.
This is now the fifth overall No.1 album for Robbie Williams in Australia, who at this time in 2004 was riding the top of the LP charts (and until the end of the year) with his first ever "Greatest Hits" package, which held the top for nine weeks, after which he has had three more single week stays at the top in "Intensive Care" (31-Oct, 2005), "Rudebox" (30-Oct, 2006) and his last was with "Reality Killed the Video Star" (16-Nov, 2009). On the tally board for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums', Robbie rises from equal 53rd to now 48th, matching the overall weeks at the top as Led Zeppelin, Midnight Oil (both with four #1's), James Blunt and Susan Boyle (both with two #1's), plus he also moves up to equal eighth on the list for 'Most No.1 Albums' alongside other acts with five No.1's in Neil Diamond, Celine Dion, Silverchair, Powderfinger, Crowded House, Michael Buble, AC/DC and from this year Taylor Swift.
This is the first time that a 'Present' has appeared in a No.1 album title, and only the third ever 'Christmas' titled album and seasonal set to hit the top, as the first was 2011's "Christmas" for Michael Buble (5 weeks in 2011, 4 weeks in 2012, 3 weeks in 2013, 1 week in 2014 and one final week in 2017, making it 14 weeks in total), and then in 2016 we had "Friends for Christmas" for John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John (2 weeks from 19-Dec). The new No.1 album also becomes the 157th by an English act (solo, duo, group, male or female) and the fifth for 2019, while Robbie knocks off Coldplay from the top with the last English act to dislodge another UK artist occurring back at the start of the year when Queen were knocked off the top by Bring Me the Horizon. The current chart-topping set is also the 245th by a Solo Male Artist (local or overseas) and the tenth for 2019, plus Robbie is now the equal No.1 holder in his native England for most Solo No.1 Albums by a Solo Artist tying with Elvis Presley with 13 No.1 albums, while here in Australia he remains in second place on the listing for 'Solo English Male Artist' behind a tie between Rod Stewart and Elton John with seven No.1 albums apiece.
With the opening last week of the sequel Disney film "Frozen 2" in Australian cinemas the soundtrack for the film this week leaps up twenty-two places to land at No.2, reaching that peak one week earlier than the original soundtrack achieved in 2014 (it hit No.2 in its fourth week on the chart), while the third new peaking album in a row is from last weeks inductees into the ARIA Hall of Fame in Human Nature with their third collection and first to land within the Top 10 "Still Telling Everybody: 30 Years of Hits" which jumps up seven spots to land at a new chart height of No.3 and is their highest album since last years No.2 set "Romance of the Jukebox" (late August 2018).
Another collection of hits from an Aussie act lies right behind Human Nature in Paul Kelly's "Songs from the South: Greatest Hits 1985-2019" which holds at No.4 this week, while 4xARIA Award winner Tones and I benefits from a full week of sales since the awards ceremony (last weeks chart only included five hours of sales around the ARIA Awards, so this week is more of an indicator or total sales since that event), and she is back up three places to No.5 with her debut EP "The Kids are Coming".
The second seasonal set within the Top 10 this week is the nine-year running Top 10 and multi-No.1 album "Christmas" for Michael Buble, which this week leaps up thirteen places to land at No.6 and log its 54th overall week within the Top 10 (see above in the fourth paragraph for the albums previous No.1 slots), after which is a bunch of declining albums within the Top 10 as Ed Sheeran's "No.6 Collaborations Project" is down one place to it's lowest position ever of No.7 (after two weeks at its namesake of No.6), last weeks No.1 entry in the Coldplay set "Everyday Life" falls seven spots to No.8, while the third of last weeks Top 3 entries in the Rod Stewart and The R.P.O. album "You're in My Heart" falls down this week six spots to No.9 and rounding out the Top 10 and halving its position from last week is the Post Malone set "Hollywood's Bleeding" landing at No.10.
UP: * With Elton John starting his national three month tour last week in Perth, his "Diamonds" collection of hits is back up four places to No.14, with his classic 1974 album "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" returning at No.57 and the soundtrack to his biopic "Rocketman' back in at No.71. * The Beatles 1969 No.1 (at this time) in "Abbey Road" rebounds a massive twenty-nine spots this week to land back at No.24. * Last weeks entry for Andre Rieu and "Happy Days" is up four spots to a new peak of No.25. * Jess Mauboy is back up four spots this week to No.26 with her recent No.1 set "Hilda". * Queen rebounds this week too with their biopic soundtrack 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (38 to No.30) and their "Greatest Hits" (81 to No.60), while their "The Platinum Collection returns at No.78. * ARIA Award winners The Hilltop Hoods won and performed last week at the ceremony and this helps their latest set "The Great Expanse" to jump up thirteen places to No.37. * Further climbing soundtracks this week are for 'A Star is Born' (43 to No.38), Frozen (72 to No.54 thanks to the new one out), 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.1' (returns at No.93) and the Bruce Springsteen soundtrack for 'Western Stars-Songs from the film' (re-entry at No.95). * The Teskey Brothers older album "Half Mile Harvest" returned last week after their many ARIA Award wins and this week is up eighteen spots to No.39, while their current studio album "Run Home Slow" is down one spot to No.15. * After the rising Queen sets are further climbing best of collections for Cold Chisel (47 to No.41, new LP issued on Friday) and The Killers (84 to No.80). * The Fleetwood Mac 1977 set "Rumours" was re-issued on clear vinyl last week along with four of the bands other albums, and that possibly helps the set to rebound thirty-one places this week to No.43. * Khalid was in the country last week on a promo tour, and his first album "American Teen" is back up five places to No.44, while his latest set "Free Spirit" is down four to No.21. * The "Like a Version Vol.15" set from Triple J is back up eight places to No.51. * ARIA nominated artist Ziggy Alberts sees his debut set "Laps Around the Sun" rises back up fourteen places to No.68. * Taylor Swift's "Reputation" rebounds eighteen spots to No.73. * After landing near the end of the chart last week, this week the Lana Del Rey set "Norman F**king Rockwell" rebounds fourteen places to No.85. * Adele's "25" was spending its second week at the top this time in 2015, and this week the four year old album (210 weeks this week) is back up nine spots to No.86. * The seventh and final returning album for the week is from ARIA Award artist Thelma Plum and her debut set "Better in Blak" at No.99.
DOWN: * Two albums leave the Top 10 this week, firstly is "Lover" (HP-1x1, WI10-14) for Taylor Swift which is only down two places to No.11 and having its first week outside of the Top 10, while recent No.1 set "What You See is What You Get" for Luke Combs (HP-1x1, WI10-3) falls six spots this week to No.13, with Luke's first set "This One's for You" also down six spots, to No.28. * The new No.1 album in Canada this week is the first posthumous release for their native poet Leonard Cohen with "Thanks for the Dance", which here is down five spots to No.16. * Celine Dion's "Courage" only slips five spots this week to land at No.18. * Dean Lewis' debut set "A Place We Knew" has now had a full week of sales since winning 'Album of the Year' at the ARIA Awards last week, but is down two places to No.23. * INXS' "Very Best of" falls back down six places to No.29, with other dropping collections being for Kylie Minogue (25 to No.55), Maroon 5 (58 to No.66), Eminem (64 to No.75, No.1 this week in 2005), The Wiggles (88 to No.90), Green Day (80 to No.92) and Jason DeRulo (83 to #100). * All three Post Malone entries are down this week, his second album and entry in the former No.1 "Beerbongs & Bentleys" drops six places to No.32 and his first album "Stoney" falls nine places to No.71. * Lewis Capaldi's debut set rebounded a little last week as the set was expanded, but this week "Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent" falls down eight places to No.36. * The only soundtrack to drop this week is for 'The Greatest Showman' (42 to No.46) which logs its second year on the charts at 104 weeks. * With his 2019th birthday coming in three+ weeks time, the title of Kanye West's current album "Jesus is King" can't be a chart-saviour this week as it declines twenty-three spots to land at No.50. * Drake's "Scorpion" set slinks down eight places to No.56. * The "Ocean" set for Lady Antebellum tumbles this week nineteen places to No.58. * Travis Scott falls nine places to No.63 with his set "Astroworld". * There's a ten place slide to No.65 for the Lizzo album "Cuz I Love You". * Tool plummets back down twenty-three places to No.69 with their "Fear Inoculum" set. * XXXTentacion could join his current entry "?" with another album next week, as on Friday his label issued "Bad Vibes Forever" becoming his second posthumous album, and this week his "?" is down fourteen places to No.74. * Chris Brown drops down sixteen places to No.81 with his 23 week old entry "Indigo". * Rapper NF and his album "The Search" falls down thirteen places to No.82. * Rex Orange County continues his descent with his third set "Pony", this week it rides down fifteen places to No.83. * Eminem's second entry this week in "Kamikaze" slips down eleven spots to No.87. * Hayden James' "Between us" set falls thirteen places this week to No.88. * The biggest internal fall of the week is for the current U.S. No.2 entry in "9" for Jason Aldean which here plummets seventy-three spots to No.89. * Lil' Tecca's mixtape "We Love You Tecca" slips down twenty-one spots to No.90. * There's a ten place drop to No.96 for the Sticky Fingers album "Caress Your Soul". * Cardi B.'s album "Invasion of Privacy" could be spending its 85th and final week within the Top 100 as her set falls nineteen places to land at No.98. * Two albums that leave the Top 100 from last weeks Top 50 are the new entry for Beck and "Hyperspace" (highest dropout from #33) and now that their tour here is over the U2 1987 set "The Joshua Tree" (#37).
CHRISTMAS TITLES: * The soundtrack for the film 'Last Christmas' with music by George Michael and Wham! is down two places to No.17, but the title track of the film returns to the singles chart at No.38 this week. * With two seasonal titles in the Top 10 this week, there are two more back-to-back in the Top 20 this week in the Mariah Carey set "Merry Christmas" (36 to No.19), with the albums major single "All I Want for Christmas is You" almost matching the album by jumping to No.20 this week. * This is followed by current tourists here Human Nature with their Set "The Christmas Album" which jumps up fifteen places to No.20. * The John Farnham and Olivia Newton-John seasonal album "Friends for Christmas" jumps up twenty-five spots this week to No.27. * After returning to the chart last week at No.51, this week The Seekers set "We Wish You a Merry Christmas" is up eighteen places to score a new peak of No.33. * Last weeks entry for Bring Crosby and the London Symphony Orchestra in "Bing at Christmas" is up two spots this week to a new peak of No.42. * Last weeks entry for Chris Tomlin called "Adore: Christmas Songs of Worship" jumps up twenty-two places to land at a new peak of No.67. * The Wiggles return at No.76 with their seasonal set "Wiggly, Wiggly Christmas!" (HP-29). * The eleventh and final seasonal set this week is a new entry at No.59 in a collection of previously issued Pentatonix Xmas-songs under the name "The Best of Pentatonix Christmas", which becomes their fourth Christmas set to chart in Australia.
NEW ENTRIES: * #45 (BoxSet) - The Later Years 1987 - 2019 by Pink Floyd is the follow-up to "The Early Years 1965-1972" and contains five albums including 1987's "A Momentary Lapse of Reason", the live set "Delicate Sound of Thunder", unreleased live and studio songs, the "Live at Knebworth" album plus DVD and Blu-Ray of their concerts, while it was also issued as a single disc twelve track album too.
* #47 (Mix#4) - A Love Letter to You 4 by Trippie Redd is the new No.1 album in the U.S.A this week and the fourth mixtape for the rapper and singer, and features guests such as Lil' Mosey, Juice WRLD, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, XXXTentacion, Tory Lanez, DaBaby, Lil' Yachty and PnB Rock among its 22 tracks, and it becomes his fourth Top 100 and Top 50 entry in Australia after his two albums "Life's a Trip" (HP-14, August 2018) and "!" (HP-24, August 2019) and his previous mixtape "A Love Letter to You 3" (HP-36, November 2018).
* #48 (LP#17.2) - My Criminal Record / Modus Operandi: Live at the Horden Pavilion by Jimmy Barnes is a re-packaged edition of his June 2019 No.1 album "My Criminal Record" which now features a bonus live CD from his 2019 tour around Australia, with seven tracks from the album alongside his older solo stuff ("Driving Wheels", "Ride the Night Away", "Lay Down Your Guns", "I'd Die to be With You Tonight", "No Second Prize" and "Working Class Man") along with Cold Chisel classics like "Khe Sanh" and "Goodbye (Astrid Goodbye)".
* #53 (LP#9) - Born 2 Rap by The Game is the U.S. rappers first new album in over three years and now his eighth entry in Australia (6 studio albums, 1 soundtrack, 1 compilation), with his last entry here being his eighth album "1992" (HP-19, October 2016) and his first being his debut set "The Documentary" (HP-42, peaked late April in 2005).
* #59 (Comp#1) - The Best of Pentatonix Christmas by Pentatonix (see above Christmas section for the write up about this one).
* #84 (GH#4) - Sunnyboys 40 by Sunnyboys is a re-packaged edition of the Sydney bands debut self-titled EP issued in December 1980 (as opposed to their debut self-titled album which came out in September of 1981). This re-issue also contains four new recordings from the era which come from songwriter and front-man Jeremy Oxley. Last edited:
I am a first time poster. Is there anywhere on this site or any other way on the web you can get weekly chartifacts from the 1990-2000 or the weekly top 100’s. I’m aware of the pandora archives from 2001. Thanks.
Next Tracks: 107 - Down Like That - KSI feat. Rick Ross, Lil' Baby & S_X 109 - Say You Won't Let Go - James Arthur 110 - Confidence - Ocean Alley 112 - Sweet but Psycho - Ava Max 113 - Africa - Toto 114 - Rescue Me - 1Republic 115 - I Fall Apart - Post Malone 116 - Rockstar - Post Malone 117 - Never Really Over - Katy Perry 118 - Dancing with a Stranger - Sam Smith & Normani 119 - BoRhap - Queen 120 - Take What You Want - Post Malone 125 * Jingle Bells - Michael Buble 143 - Tiny Dancer - Elton John (LW-187, touring) 146 - Rocket Man - Elton John (LW-189, touring) 160 * Into the Unknown (from 'Frozen 2') - Panic! At the Disco 178 * Santa Claus is Coming to Town - Michael Buble 179 R You Make My Dreams - Hall & Oates (HP-106) 202 * White Christmas - Michael Buble & Shania Twain 250 - I'm Still Standing - Elton John (LW-338, touring) 269 - Diamonds - Morgan Evans (LW-307, NEW PEAK) 274 - Your Song - Elton John (LW-374, touring) 328 r Live it Up - Mental as Anything (Greedy passed) 373 - Don't Go Breaking My Heart - Elton John & RuPaul (LW-433) 382 * All I Want for Xmas is You - Michael Buble 403 * Tip Toe - Roddy Rich & A Boogie wit da Hoodie 408 * Pump it Up - Endor 413 r Have Yourself a Merry Little Xmas - Michael Buble (HP-98) 429 * Cold December Night - Michael Buble 432 * Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - Michael Buble 442 r Bennie & the Jets - Elton John 463 * Santa Baby - Michael Buble 495 * I'll Be Home for Xmas - Michael Buble
Next Albums: 101 - 21 - Adele 102 - Map of the Soul: Persona - BTA (LW-182) 103 - Kick - INXS 105 * Death Atlas - Cattle Decapitation 107 - Starboy - The Weeknd 108 - Currents - Tame Impala (LW-147) 109 - Moana - S'track 112 - Love Monster - Amy Shark 114 - Beauty Behind the Madness - The Weeknd (LW-146) 115 - GH - Bon Jovi 118 - Damn - Kendrick Lamar 119 - Sweetener - Ariana Grande 120 - Chiaroscuro - Ocean Alley (LW-16) 126 r Essential as Anything (GH) - Mental as Anything (Greedy passed this week) 127 - Baby it's Christmas - David Campbell (LW-287) 130 * Christmas with the Stars & The R.P.O. - Various 145 - The Most Wonderful Time of the Year - Mark Vincent (LW-204) 147 r Surf & Mull & Sex & Fun: The Classics - Mental as Anything (NEW PEAK, Greedy Passed this week) 150 - Tell Me Why - Archie Roach (LW-236) 184 - Yesterday - S'track by Himesh Patel (LW-368) 197 r The Best of - Mental as Anything (NEW PEAK) 198 - Xmas Memories - Mirusia (LW-327) 212 * Halfway to Paradise - Daniel O'Donnell 225 * self-titled - PosseShot 242 - ABBA Gold - ABBA (LW-347, TV doco TW) 267 r 1999 - Prince (repackaged & expanded) 427 * Our Place - Slava & Sharon Grigoryan 428 r Xmas in the City - Lea Michele (HP-158) 449 * Modus Operandi: Live at the Horden Pavilion 2019 - Jimmy Barnes
I just have my usual query about songs charting in the Top 100 streaming tracks that are not included on the official chart.
By last week's response you gave, it sounds like ARIA are incorrectly coding Trevor Daniel's "Falling" under Eminem instead, what position is that sitting at this week? Also, are there are listings for BENEE "Glitter" as that seems to be trending on Spotify?