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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - ARIA Chartifacts 22nd of February, 2021

New Releases w/c Friday 19th of February, 2021.

* Collected by Bulion and co-collated by Hijinx.

* New major artists issuing albums this week are Tash Sultana, Pentatonix, Adam Harvey, SG Lewis, David Gray, Whitesnake, Aretha Franklin (GH) and Mogwai.
DL  16thFiner ThingsYoAstrumWants and Needs/MGM
DL  18thSupermarket ApocalypseMixtape for the DriveMGM
DL   3, 2, 124KGOLDNSony
DL   In Her Eyes - Remix EP (5 tracks)The Jungle GiantsAmplifire Music/The Orchard
DL   DecayVoid Of Vision feat. Ecca VandalUNFD/The Orchard
DL   Swimming/Memoriesimugi 이무기imugi 이무기/The Orchard
DL   2 Far Gone (Vocal Mix)Moses BoydExodus Records/The Orchard
DL   All I NeedLOSERDomestic La La/The Orchard
DL   Cupid's RevengeKVKAMirage Records/The Orchard
DL   JoyFalanaRed Bull Records/The Orchard
DL   HEAVY METAL Paris TexasParis Texas/The Orchard
DL   Bridges In The Sky ColynRose Avenue Records/The Orchard
DL   Trippin Kara MarniAccess Records/The Orchard
DL   Water Song Bby EcoLUSTRE/The Orchard
DL   Be Quiet and Drive (Far Away)DEAR-GODTerrible Records/The Orchard
DL   In the BeginningSilver SyntheticThird Man Records/The Orchard
DL   April Em GlasserMajestic Casual Records/The Orchard
DL   Blow My MindLinn Koch-EmmeryBoys tears/The Orchard
DL   Gotta Move On (Sgt Slick's Melbourne ReCut) The SpongesAstrx/The Orchard
DL   (•rec)To The GraveUnique Leader/The Orchard
DL   TransformationSoul ClapFool's Gold Records/The Orchard
DL   DisinfectBlack HoneyFoxfive Records/The Orchard
DL   The Ganser SyndromeObsidian ShardOxtail Recordings/The Orchard
DL   Make It SlowEmily HattonSocial Family/The Orchard
DL   Chicken and the Egg Ben MastwykSocial Family/The Orchard
DL   Transient Seclusion C. LavenderLongform Editions/The Orchard
DL   Brooding Exercises I (Second Movement) Ka BairdLongform Editions/The Orchard
DL   The Beast. The Tree. The Man.Kasper BjørkeLongform Editions/The Orchard
DL   SpellingSam PrekopLongform Editions/The Orchard
DL   Noa MercierJoshua BurnsideAttic Thing Records/The Orchard
DL   Blue ManCero Ismaelcero/The Orchard
DL   VendettaIceageMexican Summer/The Orchard
DL   Angels (Nashville Version)Grace KellySongbroker/The Orchard
DL   CrownRudeLies & REZarin feat. Jar-NoLoudKult/The Orchard
DL   White LinenStoyan, VIIN & WEST. feat. VIINSpretbot Syndicate/MGM
DL   Hold On, We’re Going HomeBryan LanningCali Co. Music Group/MGM
DL   Ballad of Bertie Kidd (acoustic)The WhitlamsMGM
DL   PirouetteLittle GreenMGM
DL   You Can Be Somebody To LoveGaspar SanzHelium Records/MGM
DL   The Devil in MeSuzi QuatroSteamhammer/MGM
DL   OverdriveConan GrayRepublic/UMA
DL   To The IslandCrowded HouseEMI/UMA
DL   RockyStill WoozyInterscope/UMA
DL   My 100KIDDOVirgin/UMA
DL   MungoNookyBad Apples/UMA
DL   Oh No, Not Again! (9 track EP)Alexander 23Interscope/UMA
DL   Stop For A MinutePolish ClubIsland/UMA
DL   Lonely CactusDami ImDami Army/ABC Music/UMA
DL   We Could Be So GoodYuma XIsland/UMA
DL   Concrete HeartBob EvansDew Process/UMA
   VinylTyphoons (2 tracks)Royal BloodEast West Records/Warner
   VinylCosmic Dancer (2 tracks)Morrissey & David BowiePLG UK/Warner
DL   HigherBudjerahWarner
DL   Happy EndingsMike Shinoda feat. iann dior & UPSAHLWarner
DL   la di dieNessa Barrett feat. JxdnWarner
DL   JealousMahalia feat. Rico NastyWarner
   VinylSATURDAY SPECIALS: THE CLIPZ REMIXES VOL. 1 (3 tracks)Everything Is Recorded, CLIPZ & Jumpin JackXL Recordings/Inertia
   VinylSATURDAY SPECIALS: THE CLIPZ REMIXES VOL. 2 (3 tracks)Everything Is Recorded, CLIPZ & Jumpin JackXL Recordings/Inertia
   VinylSATURDAY SPECIALS: THE CLIPZ REMIXES VOL. 3 (3 tracks)Everything Is Recorded, CLIPZ & Jumpin JackXL Recordings/Inertia
DL   Gold ChainsGenesis OwusuHouse Anxiety/Ourness
DL   FireworksPurple Disco Machine, Moss Kena, The KnocksSweat It Out
DL   The Eulogy of You and MeLILHUDDYImmersive/Sandlot/Geffen
DL   OverdriveLouis Baker feat. KingsLouis Baker
DL   Miss These DaysCymbol feat. David DallasCYMBOL
DL   Too LateCash Cash feat. Wiz Khalifa & Lukas GrahamBig Beat
DL   Same Size ShoeserpentwithfeetSecretly Canadian
DL   Way Less SadAJRBlack Butter
DL   ClassicF-Pos feat. Gold Fang & Moody BeachSpace 44
DL   RedundantChiggzChiggz
DL   AnxietyNick De La Hoyde & Noah VernonGatcombe Music
DL   Butter-Fly (5 track EP)Lava La RueMarathon Artists
DL   Badd TingEzra James feat. Donell Lewis, mlvn & Williams Singe43 Space
DL   Face EmThe LCACTS Agency
DL   DynamiteIndyahINDYAH
DL   Killing MeYung GwoppTeamwrk Records
DL   That FeelingDanny Quest & Cheat Codes feat. Hayley MaySpinnin Records
DL   FlirtyShadow333
DL   LonelyPRETTYMUCHSire Records
DL   chance with youmehroHeroine Music
DL   Turmeric TeaRAIZA BIZAAmmoNation
DL   HEATPaul Woolford & Amber MarkMinistry of Sound
DL   Do You Miss MeOlivia HoltHollywood Records
DL   Dancing In The Mirror (5 track EP)GladesGlades/Wit Hustle
DL   Loving MeJanineLittle Mixtape Records
DL   LavandiaMarshmello & ArashJoytime Collective
DL   SunbatheTainy & MiguelNEON16/Y Ent./Roc Nation
DL   Everybody's Gonna Love SomebodyAlfie TemplemanChess Club/AWAL
DL   unsatiatedboler maniBoler Mani
DL   You Were in My Dream Last NightBabygirlSandlot/AWAL
DL   Would You Throw A Diamond?Hayley MaryI OH YOU
DL   Pray For RainThe Sunday EstateMirror Records
DLVS  Lay Me Down (Nervo Remix)Ben HazlewoodBen Hazlewood
Peach VinylDLCDVinylOPEN DOOR POLICYTHE HOLD STEADYThirty Tigers//Cooking VinylSony
   2xVinylALICIAALICIA KEYSSony International
   2xVinylMIND OF MINE (2016)ZAYNSony International
White V  VinylJOHN WESLEY HARDING (2010 MONO VERSION) (1967)BOB DYLANColumbia/Sony
White V  VinylNASHVILLE SKYLINE (1969)BOB DYLANColumbia/Sony
White V  VinylGREATEST HITS (1972)SIMON & GARFUNKELColumbia/Sony
   2xVinylTOUGH (2009)JOHN MAYALLEar Music/Sony
 DL  Hunter and The Dog StarEdie Brickell & New BohemiansThirty Tigers//Cooking VinylSony
 DL  SPIRITS PT.2LANKSTHAA Records/The Orchard
 DL VinyltimesSG LewisPMR/Caroline/UMA
 DL  SkelligDavid GrayLaugh a Minute/AWAL
 DL  Pegasus: Neon Shark vs Pegasus Presented By Travis Barker (Deluxe)Trippie Redd1400 Ent./TenThousand Projects/Caroline
 DL  29Carly PearceBig Machine/UMA
 DL  When Life was Hard & FastRicky WarwickNuclear Blast/UMA
 DLCD2xVinylTHE BLUES ALBUM (2020 Remix)WHITESNAKESaltburn/Rhino/Warner
Silver V  VinylBOMBER (1979)MOTORHEADBMG/Warner
Red V  2xVinylRED DIRT GIRL (2000)EMMYLOU HARRISNonesuch/Warner
 DL  Remote (Deluxe)WallowsAtlantic/Warner
 DL  Conflict of InterestGhettsWarner UK
 DL  Trauma Factorynothing.nowhere.Fueled by Ramon/Elektra/Warner
 DL  Post MatineeJohn Scurry’s Reverse SwingLionsharecords/MGM
 DLCDVinylJust Dropped In (To See What Condition My Rendition Was In)Sharon Jones & The Dap-KingsDaptone/Planet-MGM
  CD2xVinylXwayxwayCevin KeyMVD/ARTOFFACT RECORDS/Planet-MGM
  CD FlowWu Man & Kojiro UmezakiMVD/IN A CIRCLE RECORDS/Planet-MGM
  CD Other WeatherJeff GreinkeMVD/Spotted Peccary Musi/Planet-MGM
   VinylThe Soviet Machines Soviet MachinesMVD/DC-Jam Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylAwa BluesGrant Haua Proper/Dixiefrog/Planet-MGM
  CD Oceans Hiding In OceansPhilip B. PriceRedeye/Signature Sounds/Planet-MGM
   3CDKing Of Dowling StreetLightnin' HopkinsRedeye/Sunset Blvd Records/Planet-MGM
   VinylYearning FlowMichael Peter OlsenRedeye/Hand Drawn Dracula/Planet-MGM
Clear Orange V   Circuit CityMoor MotherRedeye/Don Giovanni/Planet-MGM
2xGreen V CD2xVinylFreedom FablesNubiyan TwistK7/Strut Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylSon of Nyx Tamil Rogeon K7/Soul Bank Music/Planet-MGM
  CD2xVinylIVICSaele ValeseWord and Sound/Noton/Planet-MGM
 DL VinylLeafcutterJune JonesRemote Control/Inertia
 DLCD Only Smith & Burrows Is Good EnoughSmith & Burrows[PIAS]/Inertia
Yello V+Whi VDLCDVinylAs The Love ContinuesMogwaiRock Action/Spunk

DLPhysCompilations Labels
 DVDFlying VVarious ArtistsMVD/UMN/Planet-MGM
 3CDStaring At The Rude Boys:The British Ska Revival 1979-1989Various ArtistsCherry Red/Pressure Drop/Planet-MGM
Singles Chartifacts:

Teen singer Olivia Rodridgo lands her sixth straight week at No.1 in Australia, New Zealand, England and Ireland with her breakout single "Driver's License", also logging a fifth week in America and Canada too.

The sixth week at the top here for "Driver's License" makes it the equal second longest running No.1 song for this decade, as in 2020 two songs did 11 weeks at No.1 in "Blinding Lights" and "Mood", while there are now five songs which have lasted six weeks this decade, "Roses", "Rockstar", "Savage Love" and "WAP", and now Olivia adds her song to that listing of six weekers. So if the song holds for another week it will become the outright second longest running track so far this decade.

Olivia keeps Glass Animals at No.2 for a fourth consecutive week with "Heat Waves", which cracked the NZ Top 10 for the first time this week, only the second country to make it into a Top 10 entry. Both "Heat Waves" and "Mood" by 24KGOLDN are logging their 27th week within the Top 100, meaning both songs have now charted for over half-a-year each (G.A's debuted on Aug 10th, 2020, "Mood" on Aug 24th, just "Heat Waves" dropped out of the Top 100 earlier on). After which is the highest new entry this week at No.3, with the song coming in at No.2 in New Zealand, England and Ireland, it's "Calling My Phone" for rappers Lil' Tjay and 6lack. It becomes the first Top 10 for 6lack (3rd Top 100 entry) and the second Top 10 placing for Lil' Tjay after his appearance on "Mood Swings" for Pop Smoke (HP-5, 7-Sept., 2020), so this new entry is now also his highest charted single in Australia.

The Kid Laroi regains two Top 10 entries this week, with his current European Top 5 single "Without You" here down one spot to No.4 (11th week in T10), with his older entry "So Done" back up one place this week to No.10 and a 13th overall week within the Top 10. Also down one spot after peaking at No.4 last week is the highest charted Tiësto single "The Business", which drops down one place to No.5, followed by a one place rise to a new peak of No.6 for The Weeknd's latest single "Save Your Tears".

Regaining the crown this week for the current 'Longest Running Top 10 entry' is "Mood" by 24KGOLDN with Iann Dior, clocking it's half-year (26 weeks) within the Top 10, making it the equal seventh longest running Top 10 single of all time, alongside the 26 weeks racked up by 2020's "Roses" by SAINt JHN (TW-42). Both "Mood" and the next track "Levitating" by Dua Lipa are down two places each to No.7 and No.8 respectively, while entering the Top 10 for the first time, and rising five places to a new peak of No.9, is the HVME remix of the Travis Scott track "Goosebumps".

TOP 20: Apart from the new entry for Pink within the Top 20, the only climbing single within this chart region is last week's highest debutante, "Up" for Cardi B (#2 new entry in the U.S. this week), which here rises one spot to a new peak of No.19.
TOP 30: Again there's only one rising song in the Top 30, but it's a massive jump of twelve places to land at No.29 for the Ava Max track "My Heart & My Heart".
TOP 40: Everything in this chart region drops down, so no risers.
TOP 50: Local rapper Harry Michael goes by the stage name of Masked Wolf, who saw his first Top 100 entry last week with his former 2019 issued single "Astronaut in the Ocean", which after two weeks on the chart flies up twenty-one places this week to land at a new peak of No.47. The song is currently Top 10 in Germany, Top 20 in Finland and Top 30 in Austria and Norway, while it cracked the England and Canadian Top 50 this week too.

TOP 20: Three songs drop out of the Top 10 this week, with last weeks returnee "Head & Heart" for Joel Corry (HP-2, WI10-25) down two to No.11, followed by a two place slip to No.12 for "Good Days" by SZA (HP-7, WI10-4), and lastly "Fly Away" by Tones and I (HP-4, WI10-6) drops five places to No.13. The Weeknd dips three spots to No.16 with "Blinding Lights", followed by a two place move to No.17 for the five week old entry for Doja Cat and "Streets", which is this week certified Gold (●) in sales. Ariana Grande just issued an expanded edition of her "Positions" album on Friday, and the Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion remix of her current entry "34+35" is a bonus track on the album, so that songs three place dip to No.20 this week could turn around next week, along with the four other new songs on the album.
TOP 30: After peaking at No.19 last week "Paradise" by Meduza with Dermot Kennedy is back down three places to No.22, followed by a five place slide to No.23 for Spacey Jane's "Booster Seat". The big drop within the Top 30 is the nine place dive to No.30 for the Ariana Grande song "Positions".
TOP 40: With every song within the Top 40 moving down the chart this week, notable drops are Billie Eilish with "Therefore I Am" (25 to No.31), "WAP" for Cardi & Megan (28 to No.34), followed by five place drops for "Lemonade" for Internet Money, "Dreams" by Fleetwood Mac and "Looking for Me" by Paul Woodford & Diplo to No.35, No.36 and No.37 respectively. "Best Friend" for Saweetie with Doja Cat flew up to No.35 last week, but is back down four spots this week to No.39, while the biggest dropper within the Top 40 is "Dynamite" by BTS, falling six to No.40.
TOP 50: There are four place drops for "Watermelon Sugar" by Harry Styles, "Roses" by SAINt JHN, "Dance Monkey" by Tones and I (it's lowest chart placing during its 89 week T50 run {it initially logged three weeks outside of Top 50 prior to rising into it on June 3rd, 2019}) and "One Too Many" by Keith Urban & Pink, down to No.41, No.42, No.44 and No.46 respectively. There's a ten place drop to No.43 for the Pop Smoke entry "What You Know About Love", which is newly certified 2x▲Platinum, rising from Gold (which was achieved on Nov 9th, 2020). Jason DeRulo falls six spots to No.45 with "Take You Dancing", while he also drops out of the Top 50 after 36 weeks with "Savage Love (Laxed-Siren Beat)". Down five to No.48 is local rapper Hooligan Hefs with "Send it!", and Machine Gun Kelly's "My Ex's Best Friend" falls five places to No.50.

* #3 - Calling My Phone by Lil' Tjay & 6lack (Columbia)

* #15 - Cover Me in Sunshine by Pink feat. Willow Sage Hart (RCA) is a new track from the American singer featuring her daughter Willow as guest vocalist. This new entry becomes the 51st Top 100 entry for Pink since her first in 2000, and her 33rd Top 20 placing (26 of those have gone into the Top 10). At the moment the song is not from any forthcoming album.

* #21 - Love Story (Taylor's Version) by Taylor Swift (Republic) is the breakout 2009 first No.1 single for the American singer/songwriter which at the time 12 years ago (Feb. 2009) was sitting at No.2 for a second of six weeks before it went to the top for two broken weeks (March 23rd & April 6th). It's a redo of her first hit because of her back catalogue being sold off without her consent, thus she is re-recording her first six albums as 'Taylor's Version' editions, with this songs parent album "Fearless" due April 9th of this year.

* #27 - We're Good by Dua Lipa (Warner UK) is the seventh (Top 100) chart entry from Dua's second album "Future Nostalgia", which last week was re-issued (for the third time) as an expanded version called the 'Moonlight Edition', which has helped it to jump to No.3 on this weeks albums chart. The eight extra songs on the album also includes her other current entries of the remixes for "Levitating" (TW-8) and her duet with Miley Cyrus and "Prisoner" (TW-32).

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Singles; New Entries:

3Calling My PhoneLil' Tjay & 6lackhttps://youtu.be/zzd4ydafGR0Columbia
15Cover Me in SunshinePink feat. Willow Sage Harthttps://youtu.be/vGZhMIXH62MRCA
21Love Story (Taylor's Version)Taylor Swifthttps://youtu.be/aXzVF3XeS8MRepublic
27We're GoodDua Lipahttps://youtu.be/jr47YisIsz8Warner UK

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Albums Chartifacts:

Local rock band The Rubens see their fourth studio album "0202" become their fourth Top 3 album and also their first No.1 this week.

"0202" (a "forward-thinking album for a backward year") by The Rubens becomes the 907th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2021), the 757th for ARIA (1983 to 2021), the 543rd to debut at No.1 (since 1976), the sixth (new) No.1 album for 2021 and the second for the record label Ivy League after The Teskey Brothers in late May 2020 with "Live at the Forum" (1 week).

After Illy, Bluey and The Kid Laroi, The Rubens now become the fourth local (based) Aussie act to hit No.1 during 2021, and on the 22nd of February, 2021, their numerically titled album is also featured in the date it hit No.1 (22-02-2021 also contains the numbers 0202). It's also the first album with a number in its title since the two in 2020, "14 Steps to a Better You" (20-July, 20) and "S&M2" (7-Sep-20), while for albums only titled with a number, we have to go back to January 25th, 2016 when "25" by Adele was spending its eighth and final week at No.1 locally.

The Rubens have previously charted with their first three albums "The Rubens" (HP-3, Sept 2012), "Hoops" (HP-2, Aug 205) and their last was "Lo La Ru" (HP-3, July 2018), while this new album features their No.21 peaking single "Live in Life" (HP-21, April 2020). This new No.1 album becomes the 255th chart-topper for an Australian Act (solo, duo, group, male or female) and the 401st by a Group (local or overseas). The Rubens also become the 121st Aussie Act to make it to No.1 and they're also the 67th Australian Group to have a No.1 album, with the last being AC/DC's "Power Up" in late Nov. 2020.

Last week's No.1 album Foo Fighters "Medicine at Midnight" is down one spot to No.2, becoming their fifth of eight chart-topping albums to only stay for a solo week at the top in Australia. Leaping back up to No.3 from last weeks No.16 is the second Dua Lipa album "Future Nostalgia", which has been repackaged as 'The Moonlight Edition', with eight extra tracks, including her current chart entries "Levitating" (remix, #8), Miley Cyrus duet "Prisoner" (#32) and this weeks new entry for her "We're Good" (#27), while the album now racks up it's 18th week within the Top 10, and its third week within the Top 10 during 2021 as it spent two weeks back within the ten in January.

Cracking 17 weeks within the Top 10 this week is the recent No.1 for local artist The Kid Laroi with his mixtape "F**k Love" and EP "Savage", which is down one spot this week to No.4, matching the same singles chart trajectory his song "Without You" took this week. The new Canadian No.1 album this week is their native artist The Weeknd with "The Highlights", which here is down three places to No.5, after which Harry Styles' "Fine Line" set is back up one place to No.6 for it's 58th week within the Top 10.

Tasmanian rock band Luca Brasi debut at No.7 with their fifth studio album "Everything is Tenuous", becoming their second Top 10 album after their fourth set "Stay" debuted and peaked at No.10 in early July of 2018, while they first charted with their third album "Is This All We're Going to Be" (HP-18, May 2016). Pop Smoke is down two spots to No.8 with "Shoot for the Stars..." and Taylor Swift dips one place to No.9 with her latest album "evermore". Returning to the chart at No.10 this week is the third album by local act The Amity Affliction called "Chasing Ghosts" (HP-1x1, Sept 2012), which was issued on limited edition vinyl last week, and by returning at No.10 it gives the album a second ever week within the ten.

TOP 20: no climbers.
TOP 30: The first climbing album outside of the Top 10 this week is Elton John's "Diamonds" set, which is back up four places to No.25. Returning to the chart at it's original peak of No.23 this week is the Spacey Jane EP "No Way to Treat an Animal" (originally issued in 2017), the set first charting on Dec. 7th, 2020 after a limited vinyl release (Blue), it has been re-issued on Blue Marble vinyl this time and logs a second overall week on the charts.
TOP 40: The only two climbing albums in this chart region are by Taylor Swift; "1989" leaps up eight spots to No.36, followed by her "Lover" album, which is only up one spot to No.37.
TOP 50: The self-titled Dua Lipa album also rises this week (not as much as her second set), back up to No.44, with the only other climbing album being "Reputation" for Taylor Swift, rising eight spots to No.49 and it's the first Top 50 berth for this album in 52 weeks, as it was last at No.50 on February 24th, 2020.

TOP 20: This week's U.S. No.1 album for a fifth week is the Morgan Wallen set "Dangerous: The Double Album", which here is down three spots to No.13 after four weeks within the Top 10 and a peak of No.2. The Bluey Album dips three places to No.14, Luke Combs' "What You See is What You Get" and Juice WRLD's "Legend Never Die" both drop five to No.17 and No.18 respectively.
TOP 30: The Weeknd's "After Hours" falls back down six to No.21, and after two weeks back within the Top 10 the Barry Gibb and friends set "Greenfields" (HP-1x1, WI10-4) falls down this week thirteen spots to No.22. Lime Cordiale drop eight places to No.28 with "14 Steps to a Better You" and Miley Cyrus takes a thirteen place dive to No.30 with her "Plastic Hearts" set.
TOP 40: Sam Smith drops ten places to No.33 with "Love Goes", Eminem's "Curtain Call: The Hits" dips eight spots to No.38 and Spacey Jane takes a twelve place tumble to No.39 with their "Sunlight" album.
TOP 50: AC/DC's "Power Up" album falls fifteen chart volts to No.41, followed by a five place drop to No.45 for the Queen biopic soundtrack 'Bohemian Rhapsody'. Ed's "No.6" set drops seven to No.46 followed by big drops for both Guy Sebastian's "T.R.U.T.H." (35 to No.47) and Foo Fighters "Greatest Hits" (37 to No.50). Two further Top 10 entries from last week which fall into the lower fifty this week were new entries for local acts Psychedelic Porn Crumpets (#4) and Kate Ceberano (#5).

* #1 (LP#4) - 0202 by The Rubens (Ivy League)

* #7 (LP#5) - Everything is Tenuous by Luca Brasi (Cooking Vinyl)

* #11 (LP#2) - Tyron by Slowthai (Method/Interscope) is the first chart entry here for the English rapper born Tyron Hampton in 1994, while this album debuted at No.1 in his homeland this week. He most recently appeared on the Gorillaz last studio album "Song Machine: Season One" on the albums single "Momentary Bliss".

* #12 (LP#9) - 'Music' (Songs & Inspirations from the Motion Picture) by Sia (Monkey Puzzle/Atlantic) is the ninth studio album from the local singer/songwriter/director and first soundtrack for her film called 'Music' (directed & co-wrote), starring Kate Hudson and Sia's long time collaborator/dance muse Maddie Ziegler. The album was led by the single "Together" (HP-27, Sept. 2020).

* #15 (LP#4) - Death by Rock and Roll by The Pretty Reckless (Goin' Down/Century Media) is the fourth album and chart entry for the American rock band, with this new entry becoming their highest charted locally. Previously they charted with "Light Me Up" (HP-71, 2010), "Going to Hell" (HP-20, 2014) and their last entry was "Who You Selling for" (HP-33, 2016).

* #40 (GH#1) - Greatest Hits by The White Stripes (Jack & Meg White) is the first compilation from the duo, with the digital version coming out in early December 2020, it was the physical release last week of the album that helps it to lodge its first week within the Top 100, with the set featuring 26 tracks from the bands eight years or releases (1999 to 2007).

* #43 (LP#5) - Life Rolls On by Florida Georgia Line (Big Machine) is the fifth album for country duo to chart in Australia, but their first not to reach the Top 10 since their second album. Previously the pair charted with "Here's to the Good Times" (HP-65, 2012), "Anything Goes" (HP-20, 2014), and then their two No.7 peaking albums in "Dig Your Roots" (2016) and "Can't Say I Ain't Country" (2019).

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 12th to the 18th of February, 2021.
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Albums; New Entries:

1O2O2The Rubens0202 - WikipediaIvy LeagueA4
7Everything is TenuousLuca BrasiLuca Brasi (band) - WikipediaCooking VinylA5
11TyronSlowthaiTyron (album) - WikipediaMethod/InterscopeA2
12Music (Songs & Inspirations from the Motion Picture)SiaMusic – Songs from and Inspired by the Motion Picture - WikipediaMonkey Puzzle/AtlanticA9
15Death by Rock and RollThe Pretty RecklesssDeath by Rock and Roll (album) - WikipediaGoin' Down/Century MediaA4
40Greatest HitsThe White StripesThe White Stripes Greatest Hits - WikipediaJack & Meg WhiteG1
43Life Rolls OnFlorida Georgia LineLife Rolls On - WikipediaBig MachineA5

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New Certifications:
What You Know About Love by Pop Smoke ▲2
Streets by Doja Cat ●

No Albums this week.
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50v5452522Machine Gun Kelly, blackbear - my ex's best friend


49v346441DaBaby (feat Roddy Ricch) - ROCKSTAR <P>3


48v5431337Hooligan Hefs - Send It!


NEW ENTRY #147^2168247Masked Wolf - Astronaut In The Ocean


46v442226Keith Urban & P!nk - One Too Many

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45v6392710Jason Derulo - Take You Dancing


44v440921Tones And I - Dance Monkey <P>14


43v1033205Pop Smoke - What You Know Bout Love <P>2NEW CERT


42v438571SAINt JHN - Roses <P>5


41v437665Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar <P>5

40v634262BTS - Dynamite <P>


39v435635Saweetie (feat Doja Cat) - Best Friend


38v2361014Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved <P>8


37v5321332Paul Woolford (feat Kareen Lomax) - Looking For Me <G>


36v531324Fleetwood Mac - Dreams

AMR: 96-62-54-42-32-21-21-20-19-23-22-25-34-52-65-83
ARIA: 90-(R)39-14-04-05-07-10-13-15-17-22-25-36-29-17-16-24-23-26-29-31-36
35v530265Internet Money, Gunna (feat Don Toliver & NAV) - Lemonade <P>


34v628281Cardi B (feat Megan Thee Stallion) - WAP


33v429224Justin Bieber (feat Chance The Rapper) - Holy <P>


32v5271213Miley Cyrus (feat Dua Lipa) - Prisoner


31v625143Billie Eilish - Therefore I Am

30v921171Ariana Grande - Positions <P>


NEW PEAK #129^1241729Ava Max - My Head & My Heart


28v226101Taylor Swift - Willow


NEW ENTRY #227NE TO T100127Dua Lipa - We're Good


26v2241513CJ - Whoopty

25v3221917Sigala & James Arthur - Lasting Lover <P>


24v12397Ed Sheeran - Afterglow


23v51858Spacey Jane - Booster Seat


22v3191419Meduza (feat Dermot Kennedy) - Paradise <G>


NEW ENTRY #321NE TO T100121Taylor Swift - Love Story (Taylor's Version)

20v317165Ariana Grande - 34+35 <P>


NEW PEAK #219^120219Cardi B - Up


18v216307Tate McRae - You Broke Me First <P>2


17v215414Doja Cat - Streets <G>NEW CERT


16v313641The Weeknd - Blinding Lights <P>6

NEW ENTRY #415NE TO T100115P!nk, Willow Sage Hart - Cover Me In Sunshine


14v21275Justin Bieber - Anyone


13v58144Tones and I - Fly Away <G>


12v21077SZA - Good Days <G>


11v29312Joel Corry & MNEK - Head & Heart <P>3

10^111176The Kid Laroi - So Done <P>


NEW PEAK #39^51479Travis Scott & HVME - Goosebumps (Remix)


8v26194Dua Lipa - Levitating


7v2527124kGoldn (feat Iann Dior) - Mood <P>3


NEW PEAK #46^1766The Weeknd - Save Your Tears

5v14124Tiësto - The Business


4v13112The Kid Laroi - WITHOUT YOU <P>


NEW ENTRY #53NE TO T10013Lil Tjay & 6lack - Calling My Phone


2PEAK HOLD2272Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>


16TH WEEK @ #1161Olivia Rodrigo - Drivers License <P>

Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
44Miley Cyrus - Midnight Sky
47Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber - Monster
48Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now
49Jawsh 685 x Jason Derulo - Savage Love (Laxed - Siren Beat)
50Pop Smoke - For The Night
Chainsmokers & Halsey - Closer <P>18
Becomes the highest certified track, tied with Uptown Funk.
chartifacts updated for this week.
I think you meant Spacey Jane's Booster Seat Bullion
Perhaps I'm wrong but I thought that P!nk was up to 25 Top 10 hits and 32 Top 20 hits.
DANCE MONKEY - 85 wks in ARIA Top '40'

even better
SOMEONE YOU LOVED - 94 wks in Top '40'

Take 40 Australia would have 'retired' the songs if still on the air.

Those chart runs are cray-cray...but a vision of things to come.
no lower entry updates this week, and NateBoi found the only other cert listed above.

I.E. I fixed S.J's song title too, thankx for that.

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