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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - ARIA Chartifacts 8th of March 2021

New Releases w/c 5th of March, 2021

* Collected by bulion and collated by Hijinx.
DL   Fall ApartManu CrooksMood Forever/The Orchard
DL   Burn You DownShort StackUNFD/The Orchard
DL   How Did We Get Here? (7 track EP)Blu DeTigerALT:Vision Records/The Orchard
DL   CallingPalmsPalms/The Orchard
DL   CryDonatachietcetc/The Orchard
DL   ChangesJoel Fletcher, Kennyon BrownHussle Recordings/The Orchard
DL   AndesMotezAstrx/The Orchard
DL   The WayMychelleFAMM/The Orchard
DL   Oh ReallyHannah WantsAstrx/The Orchard
DL   Bring Your BodyAbby ChristoAbby Christo/The Orchard
DL   TUTTIFRUTTIAsh OlsenEZ Money/The Orchard
DL   Do You Mind?Orla GartlandNew Friends/The Orchard
DL   Mama StayWSTRNWSTRN/The Orchard
DL   PepperGavin HaleyRed Bull Records/The Orchard
DL   Pull Me CloserDimitri VegasHouse Of House/The Orchard
DL   Ask Me / MesmerizeDuck Sauce, A-Trak, Armand Van HalenDuck Sauce/The Orchard
DL   Oh.TydeMajestic Casual/The Orchard
DL   How it isWalk Off The EarthGolden Carrot/The Orchard
DL   Hate Myself (Georgia Remix)dodiedoddleoddle/The Orchard
DL   Birthday / The Pain (Finn Remix)For Those I LoveSeptember Recordings/The Orchard
DL   Come In (But Don't Make Yourself Comfortable)Caroline JonesSocial Family/The Orchard
DL   FishtankYoAstrumWants and Needs/MGM
DL   It Was NeededYoAstrumWants and Needs/MGM
DL   Paint To PaintUhnellysHydrofunk/MGM
DL   Let's Burn Down the ChurchNü MangosMGM
DL   We're All Fruit Salad!: The WigglesThe WigglesABC Kids/MGM
DL   Lost In The MusicJohnny ManuelMGM
DL   EndlesslyMel BlueMGM
DL   On My WaySons of the EastSons of the East/MGM
DL   Lush LyfeOly ShermanMGM
DL   Come Turn Me OnCasey BarnesCasey Barnes/Chugg Music/MGM
DL   Fighting For AlaskaFighting For AlaskaVinyl Music/MGM
DL   The Long Way HomeFighting For AlaskaVinyl Music/MGM
7" V  7" Red VBrain to BrainThe DatsunsHellsquad Records/MGM
DL   Beautiful MistakesMaroon 5 feat. Megan Thee Stallion222 Records/Interscope/UMA
DL   Falling UpDean LewisUMA
DL   Hard For MeCharleyEMI/UMA
DL   Body & SoulEmotional Oranges feat. Biig PiigIsland/UMA
DL   This Is HeavenNick JonasIsland/UMA
DL   SkywalkerOliver MalcolmDarkroom/Interscope/UMA
DL   Hard To Get To LoveChris SebastianEMI/UMA
DL   F Is For FriendsTrevor Daniel with Becky G & TainyInterscope/UMA
DL   FreakLily PapasNeon/UMA
DL   QuestionsSlum SociableLiberation/UMA
DL   Sunday SuitTyne-James OrganDew Process/UMA
DL   All For YouTori ForsythIsland/UMA
DL   Own TwoC.S. Armstrong, Jay RockRepublic/UMA
DL   SacrificeBebe RexhaWarner
DL   Shisha ChickDay1Warner
DL   Guilty LoveLadyhawke with BroodsBMG/Warner
DL   Moon & BackSloan PetersonWarner
DL   In BloomPacific Heights feat. Georgia LinesWarner
DL   BYOOjikaeOjikae/Warner
DL   ViralBabyT66 Records/Warner
   VinylSuddenly Remixes EP (4 tracks)CaribouCity Slang/Inertia
DL   Tropixx EPJesswarInertia
DL   Take OffHooligan Hefs, SCNDL, Sunset BrosThe Area Movement
DL   Serotoningirl in redworld in red
DL   Selfish LoveDJ Snake with Selena GomezDJ Snake Music
DL   Real As It GetsLil Baby feat. EST GeeQuality Control/Motown
DL   SuperstitiousShannen JamesIvy League
DL   21Bakers EddyIvy League
DL   Without YouRINSE2238993 Records DK2/Rinse
DL   AmnesiaLoud Luxury, Ship Wrek, GASHIBig Beat
DL   Till Forever Falls ApartAshe, FINNEASMom+Pop
DL   Stacking ChairsMiddle KidsEMI/UMA
DL   Blame MeLA WOMENLa Women
DL   Pay Your Way In PainSt. VincentLoma Vista/Concord
DL   Driftin'Taj RalphTaj Ralph
DL   LEAVE MEPeach Tree RascalsHomemade/10K Projects
DL   hiiighTommy Trash, Daisy Guttridgemau5trap
DL   bored&blindella janeella jane
DL   Make My Mind UpTom GrennanInsanity Records
DL   MusicianPorter RobinsonMom+Pop
DL   HeartbrokeClubhouseClubhouse
DL   here with medaste., DVNADaste
DL   Good ThingMaple GliderPartisan Records
DL   Break With MeSHY MartinSHY Records
DL   Jiggly PuffMenarku'Menarku
DL   All the Colours of YouJamesNothing But Love Music
Green VDL VinylDon't Let Go (2019)DEAR SEATTLEDomestic La La/Sony
 DL  Norf FaceNorf FaceNorf Face/The Orchard
 DL  Hyperdaze (Redux)Void Of VisionUNFD/The Orchard
Red VDL VinylRomantic NotionsMere WomenPoison City Records/The Orchard
 DL  Icebreaker 2Lil BereteSouthside To Northside/The Orchard
 DL  On HoldPhotayMexican Summer/The Orchard
 DL  AndreasWantiggaStudio KOTO/The Orchard
Gold VDL 2xVinylReluctant HeroKiller Be KilledNuclear Blast/UMA
 DLCD We're All Fruit Salad!: The Wiggles' Greatest HitsThe WigglesABC For Kids/UMA
  CDVinylIslandOwen PallettDomino/UMA
Picture V  2xVinylSIGN O' THE TIMES (1987)PRINCEWarner
 DL  Live at the Palladium 1982Russell Morris and the RubesBlack Box Recordings/MGM
 DL  AmigosLarry MorrisLarry Morris Music/MGM
 DLCD Jupiter 13Kilbey KennedyFoghorn Records/MGM
Blue V/Pink VDL VinylGreatest HitsBardotMGM
  CD Black Bossa Jazz Against The MachineWord and Sound/Poets Club Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylCome As You AreJazz Against The MachineWord and Sound/Poets Club Records/Planet-MGM
  CD An East African JourneyOmar SosaRedeye/OTA Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylPromiseSUSSRedeye/Northern Spy/Planet-MGM
  CD2xVinylRocksteady Got SoulSoul Jazz Records PresentsSoul Jazz Records/Planet-MGM
  CD True Polish Techno (CD)Fanfara AwanturaAutomatik/Planet-MGM
  CD Be Thankful EP (CD)The BlackstonesIron Sound/Planet-MGM
White VDL VinylThe DonDonny BenetRemote Control/Inertia
 DL VinylShoot Out The CamerasJohn Sharkey IIIMistletone/Inertia
 DL VinylJp4JunglepussyJagjaguwar/Inertia
 DLCD Orchestrating My Life (Live)Rick SpringfieldAugust Day/Inertia
 DL VinylPEACEMEALRon GalloNew West/Inertia
Blue VDLCDVinylUnplugged In Wombat State ForestThe Smith Street BandRemote Control/Inertia
 DL VinylWelfare JazzViagra BoysAWAL/Inertia
Red VDL 2xVinylBeauty In DeathChase AtlanticFearless Records
Pink VDL 2xVinylLive At BrixtonDMA'SI Oh You
 DL VinylEndless ArcadeTeenage FanclubPeMa/Merge
 DLCDVinylAs Days Get DarkArab StrapBest and Fairest
 DL  Smiling With No TeethGenesis OwusuOurness
 DL  My Head Is A MoshpitVerzacheVerzache

DLPhysCompilations Labels
DL PrimatesSoundtrack by Adam Lukas & Denise SantosSilva Screen Records/MGM
DL The PlanetsSoundtrack by Anže Rozman & Andrew ChristieSilva Screen Records/MGM
DL The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge On The RunSoundtrack by Various ArtistsInterscope/UMA
DL3xVinylTenetSoundtrack by Ludwig GoranssonADA/Warner
2xVCDBonking Berlin Bastards Various ArtistsA-Ton/Planet-MGM
Singles Chartifacts:

English band Glass Animals hold for a second week at the top of the singles chart in Australia with their track "Heat Waves", while it's almost two years since the last group was at the top locally.

"Heat Waves" is now up to No.3 in New Zealand and lands its third overall Top 10 placing around the world this week by climbing to No.9 in Ireland, while it's homeland of England puts it at a new peak of No.22 too. It's almost two years (one year and 51 weeks) since a group was at No.1 (local or overseas) in Australia, as on March 18th, 2019 the track "Sucker" for Jonas Brothers was debuting at No.5 (this week, March 11th, in 2019) before topping the chart the following week (March 18th, 2019 for 3 weeks). "Heat Waves" scored its first sales cert in November of 2020 achieving Gold on its twelfth week within the chart (and a peak so far {then} of #67), while it picked it's first Platinum cert in the last week of January 2021 (25th) when it had jumped to No.11, and now six weeks later the song is newly certified 2x▲Platinum in sales.

Another No.1 which is newly 2x▲Platinum is "Drivers License" for Olivia Rodrigo, which remains at the top this week in England, Ireland (8th week), America (7th week) and returns for sixth week in Canada, while it's knocked off the top to No.2 in New Zealand by their local act Six60's new single "All She Wrote" coming in first week at No.1 there. Olivia's new certification comes only three weeks after her tracks first Platinum (on Feb 15th, 2021).

The top three songs are on hold this week, with the highest placed local act at No.3 in The Kid Laroi with his worldwide hit "Without You", which is sitting at No.2 in The Netherlands, Portugal and Belgium this week, while the song enters the Top 10 for the first time in Canada (TW-#9) and the Top 40 in America (TW-#38). Climbing back up one spot to its former peak of No.4 for a second week is Tiësto and "The Business", which swaps places with the highest new entry from three weeks ago, "Calling My Phone" by Lil Tjay and 6lack, down a single place to No.5.

Another pair of tracks which swap place are up next, the HVME remix of the Travis Scott "Goosebumps" track is up one place to a new peak of No.7, while down one to No.7 is The Weeknd with "Save Your Tears" with this track newly certified ▲Platinum (and it's first ever certification too). The two final stable tracks within the Top 10 occur next, with "Mood" by 24KGOLDN and "Levitating" by Dua Lipa and No.8 and No.9 respectively. "Mood" is newly 4x▲Platinum in sales and logging its 28th week within the Top 10, placing it equal fifth longest running Top 10 of all time in Australia, alongside "Circles" for Post Malone (which is newly 7x▲Platinum in sales).

Pink lands her 26th Top 10 single this week with her three week old entry "Cover Me in Sunshine" alongside her daughter Willow Sage Hart, the song climbing six places to land at a new chart peak of No.10, and it's the first Top 10 for Willow (at the age of 9 3/4) and Pink was last within the Top 10 on the Keith Urban track "One Too Many" which debuted at No.6 on September 28th, 2020 spending a solo week within the Top 10, that track is down at No.50 this week.

TOP 20: Cardi B's "Up" continues to rise, this week it hits a new peak of No.11 (up one spot), while local artist Masked Wolf leaps into the Top 20 with "Astronaut in the Ocean", rising nine spots to a new chart height of No.16. The song it currently Top 10 in Bulgaria (#3), Finland, Austria (#6), Germany (#7) and Switzerland (#9), while it entered the New Zealand, Portugal and Belgium charts this week for the first time it also climbs to a new peak in both Canada (30 to #18) and America (#62). Stable at No.15 is the 66 week chart No.1 single "Blinding Lights" for The Weeknd, whose only rise this week is in the fact that it goes from 6xP to 9x▲Platinum, and is his second of three new certs this week (the other is an album), while the final rising song within the Top 20 is a two place rebound to No.18 for "Streets" by Doja Cat (HP-14).
TOP 30: Rising six places to a new peak of No.21 is the fourth Ava Max Top 50 entry "My Head & My Heart" (which is this week only four places away from the other 'Head & Heart' entry at No.17). The mash-up track "Your Love (9PM)" for ATB with Topic and A7S is this week's biggest climbing track within the Top 50, as the song leaps up twenty-one spots to land at No.24, after which is the first of two tied-equal biggest Top 100 leaping tracks this week, up forty-eights spots to No.29 is last weeks Top 100 entry "Heartbreak Anniversary" for California based R&B singer Giveon (Evans). The song has leapt from No.35 to No.6 in New Zealand this week, with the song also charting in Canada (#56), America (#63) and Ireland (#81), all new peaks and second weeks in those regions.
TOP 40: Lewis Capaldi will next week cracks two years within the Top 100 with his first entry "Someone You Loved", which this week is stable at No.34 and goes from 8xP to now 10x▲Platinum in sales, while there are no rising singles within the Top 40 chart region, there are two more stable singles in "Looking for Me" by Paul Woodford at No.35 and "Best Friend" by Saweetie and Doja Cat at No.39, which could rebound next week thanks to a new remix issued on Friday featuring rapper Stefflon Don.
TOP 50: The second 48 place jumper is another of last week's lower fifty entries, "Friday" by Riton x The Nightcrawlers feat. Mufasa and Hypeman which lands at a new peak of No.41. This version of the song is the Dopamine Re-Edit, and the song heavily samples The Nightcrawlers 1995 single "Push the Feeling on" (HP-62), so this new entry to the fifty becomes the Scottish acts first ever Top 50 placing in Australia, while for English DJ Riton this is his second chart and Top 50 appearance, having made it to No.38 in January of 2020 with "Turn Me On" featuring Oliver Heldens. The only other climbing track within the 41>50 chart region is "Dance Monkey" for Tones and I, which is back up three spots to No.43 after hitting it's lowest Top 50 placing last week at No.46.

TOP 20: After returning for a third time last week to the Top 10, it looks like Joel Corry and MNEK's "Head & Heart" (HP-2, WI10-26a) will not back making anymore intrusions into the ten, as this week it tumbles seven places to No.17. Justin Bieber's "Anyone" is down one spot this week to No.14 and is newly certified Gold (●) in sales, while the next highest drop within the Top 20 is a three place slip to No.20 for the Tate McRae entry "You Broke Me First".
TOP 30: Ariana Grande dips four spots to No.23 with "34+35", with the only other drops occuring for "Lasting Lover" for Sigala and "We're Good" by Dua Lipa, both down two places apiece to No.25 and No.26 respectively.
TOP 40: Ariana's other Top 50 entry is her former No.1 "Positions'', which is down two places to No.31 and newly 2x▲Platinum in sales, followed by last week's highest new entry "Love Songs Ain't for Us" by Amy Shark and Keith Urban, while falls ten places to No.32. Billie Eilish falls four spots to No.36 with "Therefore I Am", which lands its first sales cert of ▲Platinum this week, which is followed by a seven place slide to No.40 for the Ed Sheeran entry "Afterglow".
TOP 50: Harry Styles' "Watermelon Sugar" is down six places this week to No.44, it's lowest position since it returned to the Top 50 on June 1st, 2020 (it was at No.44 on Feb 10th, 2020, then it spent the next fifteen weeks in the lower fifty), after which there are five place drops for the Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa track "Prisoner" and Justin Bieber's "Holy" to No.45 and No.45 respectively, with JB's track newly 2x▲Platinum in sales. This is followed by two more dropping/certified tracks in "Roses" for SAINt JHN (44 to No.47, 6x▲Platinum) and "Rockstar" by Roddy Ricch (47 to No.48, 4x▲Platinum), after which there's a six place drop to No.49 for the BTS entry "Dynamite".

* #38 - Josh by Peach PRC (Republic) is the first entry and third issued single for the Adelaide raised pop singer, with the song potentially having the opening "(f**k off, stop calling me) Josh". Her two previous songs were called "Colourblind" (2020) and "Blondes" (2019).

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Singles; New Entries:

38JoshPeach PRChttps://youtu.be/XH4xVZ8joMwRepublic
62WellermanNathan Evanshttps://youtu.be/SLiNQhQr4G4Electrola/UMA
75Test DriveAriana Grandehttps://youtu.be/1zNYZd94ui8Republic
81TelepatiaKali Urchishttps://youtu.be/7YvaU5fsTaQEMI/Interscope
82AP (from 'Boogie')Pop Smokehttps://youtu.be/TJGuxBJHrwoVictor Victor

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Albums Chartifacts:

English metalcore act Architects see their ninth studio album "For Those That Wish to Exist" become their first No.1 album in both Australia and their home country of England this week.

"For Those That Wish to Exist" becomes the 909th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2021), the 759th for ARIA (1983 to 2021), the 545th to debut at No.1, the eighth No.1 for 2021 and now the third chart topping set for the record label Epitaph after The Offspring (1995) and A Day to Remember (2016).

Of the nine studio albums issued for the English band, this is the fourth to chart here and their third Top 10 placing, having previously gotten as high as No.2 with their seventh set "All Our Gods Have Abandoned us" in June of 2016, while they last charted with "Holy Hell" (LP#8, HP-8) in November of 2018. And not only is it their first No.1 album here, but in their home country of England it also becomes their first ever Top 10 placing there from six Top 100 album chart entries.

The new No.1 album is the first time that both the words 'Exist' and 'Those' has been in a No.1 album title, although Powderfinger did have 'Dreams Days at the Hotel Existence" (June 2007), and for the word 'Wish it's the third overall after Pink Floyd's "Wish You Were Here" (4 weeks from 13-Oct, 1975) and "Wish" by The Cure (1 week on 10-May, 1992).

This new No.1 is now the 162nd chart-topping album by an English Act (solo, duo, group, male, female) and the first since Queen with Adam Lambert (12-Oct, 2020), while the band themselves are the 74th English Act to hit the top here and also the 39th English Group, and for groups this is the third No.1 album for 2020 (after Foo Fighters and The Rubens in February), plus the 402nd No.1 album by Group (local or overseas) in Australia.

The top three are all new entries this week, with local act Sheppard coming in at No.2 with their third studio album "Kaleidoscope Eyes", which also becomes their third Top 2 album in the process, as their last set "Watching the Sky" debuted at No.1 in June of 2018, while their first set "Bombs Away" made it to No.2 in July 2014. This is followed at No.3 by the 28th studio album (21st solo) for Alice Cooper called "Detroit Stories", which becomes his highest charted album on the ARIA Album Charts (since 1983) and his third Top 10 for ARIA since "Trash" (HP-5, 1989) and his last was with "Paranormal" (HP-4, August 2017). Overall this is his eighth Top 10 album in Australia and his now equal highest with "Lace and Whiskey" (HP-3, 1977), pre-ARIA (AMR/Kent).

With three high new entries, dropping down within the Top 10 are Dua Lipa (2 to No.4), The Kid Laroi (4 to No.5), The Weeknd's collection (5 to No.6), Harry Styles (6 to No.8) and dropping six to No.9 is the repackaged Ariana Grande album "Positions" to No.9. One of two climbers within the ten is the Pop Smoke set "Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon", up one place to No.7 and after 34 weeks of charting it gets its first sales certification of Gold (●) in sales, while moving back up five spots to No.10 is the Billie Eilish debut album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?", logging a 79th week within the Top 10 and the album is newly 3x▲Platinum, the rise possibly due to her new documentary which came out last week "The World's a Little Blurry" (Feb 26th).

TOP 20: Juice WRLD rises back up one spot to No.16 with "Legends Never Die'', the set newly certified Gold (●) in sales, the same cert also occurs for his older album "Death Race for the World" this week too. The only other rising albums within the Top 20 are up three places apiece, "folklore" by Taylor Swift and "Diamonds" by Elton John to No.17 and No.19 respectively.
TOP 30: Best of sets for both Maroon 5 (27 to No.22) and Eminem (34 to No.30) rise, the Lewis Capaldi album is back up to No.23, with the first of two Post Malone newly certified albums in "Hollywood's Bleeding" up four to No.28 and now 2x▲Platinum, the same cert applies to his first album "Stoney".
TOP 40: An expanded edition of the March 2020 album for local act Slowly Slowly called "Race Car Blues" (HP-7) returns to the chart at No.32, with the only rising album in this chart region being the long running (155 weeks in the T100) "?" by XXXTentacion, up one place to No.34.
TOP 50: Only one album rises down here, the Guy Sebastain latest "T.R.U.T.H.", albeit up just one spot to No.44.

TOP 20: Three of the four albums leaving the Top 10 this week fall into the Top 20, firstly Foo Fighters are down four places to No.11 with "Medicine at Midnight" (HP-1x1, WI10-3), followed by the returned BTS set "BE" (HP-2, WI10-3a), which also declines four spots to No.13, and then last weeks No.1 debut for Tash Sultana and "Terra Firma" (HP-1, WI10-1) follows a similar trajectory to the 22nd of February's No.1 album for The Rubens (1 to 21) by dropping nineteen places this week to land at No.20. There are two places drop for back-to-back country artists in America and Canada's No.1 album again last week for Morgan Wallen and "Dangerous: The Double Album", followed by Luke Combs and "What You See is What You Get" to No.14 and No.15 respectively, while Luke's album is now ▲Platinum in sales after 68 weeks of charting.
TOP 30: The Bluey soundtrack drops ten places to No.24, followed by a three place dip to No.26 for the almost one-year old album for The Weeknd and "After Hours" (49 weeks), the set also grabbing a Gold (●) sales cert too. There's a second ten place drop in the Top 30, as the Fleetwood Mac classic "Rumours" falls to No.29.
TOP 40: Sam Smith's "Love Goes" dips one place to No.31, but is now Gold (●) in sales, then there's a seven place drop to No.35 for Machine Gun Kelly's "Tickets to My Downfall". Last week's second Top 10 debut for local country artist Adam Harvey and "Songs from Highway One" is the fourth and final dropout from the Top 10, falling twenty-seven spots to No.37, followed by a seven place fall to No.38 for Miley Cyrus' "Plastic Hearts".
TOP 50: AC/DC rebounded last week to No.29 with "Power Up", but this week it weakens by twelve places to No.41, followed by an even bigger drop of twenty-seven chart-rungs to No.43 for the Barry Gibb "Greenfields" album. Two Taylor Swift albums drop within the Top 50, "1989" (37 to No.42) and "Lover" (36 to No.48), while there are also big drops for 'The Greatest Showman' (40 to No.49), the INXS "Very Best of" (38 to No.50) and last weeks No.21 album for The Rubens falls into the lower 50.

* #1 (LP#9) - For Those That Wish to Exist by Architects (Epitaph)

* #2 (LP#3) - Kaleidoscope Eyes by Sheppard (Empire of Song)

* #3 (LP#28) - Detroit Stories by Alice Cooper (Ear Music/Sony)

* #21 (LP#3) - Little Oblivions by Julien Baker (Matador/4AD) is the third studio album for the female singer songwriter from Tennessee, and also her first to chart in Australia, having previously issued the sets "Turn Out the Lights" (2017) and "Sprained Ankle" (2015)

* #25 (LP#14) - Single Album by NOFX (Fat Wreck Chords) is the California punk bands fourteenth studio album and now ninth to chart here (sixth Top 30 placed), plus their first full album since 2016's "First Ditch Effort" (HP-27), with this album due to be a double album, due to the pandemic it was cut to a 'single album'.

* #36 (LP#1) - Life Support by Madison Beer (Epic) is the debut studio album for the American singer who turned 21 on Friday (March 5th), and this is her second albums chart entry here, as she previously charted with her debut EP "As She Pleases" (HP-64, February 2018).

* #39 (LP#17) - L.W. by King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard (Flightless) is the sister album to their psy-rock groups November 2020 set "K.G." (HP-9), and overall this becomes their 23rd Top 100 entry (16 studio, 5 Live, 1 compile, 1 EP).

* #40 (LP#18) - Carnage by Nick Cave & Warren Ellis (Goliath/AWAL) is the first time the pair have worked at recording a studio album together, as previously they have done soundtracks and scores for films, and worked as a part of Grinderman and Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. This album was recorded during lock down, and is the first entry since Nick's "Idiot Prayer" live album hit No.5 (30th Nov, 2020).
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Albums; New Entries:
1For Those That Wish to ExistArchitectsFor Those That Wish to Exist - WikipediaEpitaphA9
2Kaleidosopce EyesSheppardKaleidoscope Eyes - WikipediaEmpire of SongA3
3Detroit StoriesAlice CooperDetroit Stories - WikipediaEar MusicA28
21Little OblivionsJulien BakerLittle Oblivions - WikipediaMatador/4ADA3
25Single AlbumNOFXSingle Album - WikipediaFat Wreck ChordsA14
36Life SupportMadison BeerLife Support (Madison Beer album) - WikipediaEpicA1
39L.W.King Gizzard & the Lizard WizardL.W. (album) - WikipediaFlightlessA17
40CarnageNick Cave & Warren EllisCarnage (Nick Cave and Warren Ellis album) - WikipediaGoliath/AWALA18
90Made in the Pyrex (mixtape)Digga DMade in the Pyrex - WikipediaCGM Recordsmix2

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New Certifications:
Heat Waves by Glass Animals ▲2
Drivers License by Olivia Rodrigo ▲2
Save Your Tears by The Weeknd ▲
Mood by 24KGOLDN ▲4
Anyone by Justin Bieber ●
Blinding Lights by The Weeknd ▲9
Positions by Ariana Grande ▲2
Someone You Loved by Lewis Capaldi ▲10
Therefore I Am by Billie Eilish ▲
Holy by Justin Bieber feat. Chance the Rapper ▲2
Roses by SAINt JHN ▲6
Rockstar by DaBaby feat. Roddy Ricch ▲4
My Ex's Best Friend by Machine Gun Kelly feat. blackbear ▲
Circles by Post Malone ▲7
For the Night by Pop Smoke feat. Lil' Baby and DaBaby ▲2
Sunflower by Post Malone & Swae Lee ▲12
Laugh Now Cry Later by Drake feat. Lil' Durk ▲
Come & Go by Juice WRLD & Marshmello ▲2
Wishing Well by Juice WRLD ▲
Lucid Dreams by Juice WRLD ▲6
Mood Swings by Pop Smoke ▲2

Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon by Pop Smoke ●
When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? by Billie Eilish ▲3
What You See is What You Get by Luke Combs ▲
Legends Never Die by Juice WRLD ●
After Hours by The Weeknd ●
Hollywood's Bleeding by Post Malone ▲2
Love Goes by Sam Smith ●
Music to Be Murdered by for Eminem ●
Stoney by Post Malone ▲2
Death Race for the World by Juice WRLD ●

Bang! by AJR ●
Willow by Taylor Swift ●
Breaking Me by Topic & A7S ▲3
Shallow by Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper ▲10
Before You Go by Lewis Capaldi ▲4
Mr. Brightside by The Killers ▲11
Bad Guy by Billie Eilish ▲11
Memories by Maroon 5 ▲6
Monster by Shawn Mendes & Justin Bieber ●

Red by Taylor Swift ▲5

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 26th of February to the 1st of March, 2021.
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50v149246Keith Urban & P!nk - One Too Many


49v643282BTS - Dynamite <P>


48v147461DaBaby (feat Roddy Ricch) - ROCKSTAR <P>4NEW CERT


47v344591SAINt JHN - Roses <P>6NEW CERT


46v541244Justin Bieber (feat Chance The Rapper) - Holy <P>2NEW CERT

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45v5401413Miley Cyrus (feat Dua Lipa) - Prisoner


44v638685Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar <P>5


43^346941Tones And I - Dance Monkey <P>14


42HOLD42225Pop Smoke - What You Know Bout Love <P>2


NEW ENTRY #141^4889241Riton x Nightcrawlers (feat Mufasa & Hypeman) - Friday

40v733117Ed Sheeran - Afterglow


39HOLD39835Saweetie (feat Doja Cat) - Best Friend


NEW ENTRY #238NE TO T100138Peach PRC - Josh


37v136285Internet Money, Gunna (feat Don Toliver & NAV) - Lemonade <P>


36v432163Billie Eilish - Therefore I Am <P>NEW CERT

35HOLD351532Paul Woolford (feat Kareen Lomax) - Looking For Me <G>


34HOLD341034Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved <P>10NEW CERT


33v231301Cardi B (feat Megan Thee Stallion) - WAP


32v1022222Amy Shark (feat Keith Urban) - Love Songs Ain't For Us


31v229191Ariana Grande - Positions <P>2NEW CERT

30HOLD30344Fleetwood Mac - Dreams

AMR: 96-62-54-42-32-21-21-20-19-23-22-25-34-52-65-83
ARIA: 90-(R)39-14-04-05-07-10-13-15-17-22-25-36-29-17-16-24-23-26-29-31-36-30-30

NEW ENTRY #329^4877229Giveon - Heartbreak Anniversary


28HOLD281713CJ - Whoopty


27v12678Spacey Jane - Booster Seat


26v224324Dua Lipa - We're Good

25v2232117Sigala & James Arthur - Lasting Lover <P>


NEW PEAK #124^2145424ATB - Your Love (9PM)


23v419185Ariana Grande - 34+35 <P>


22v1211619Meduza (feat Dermot Kennedy) - Paradise <G>


NEW PEAK #221^627921Ava Max - My Head & My Heart

20v317327Tate McRae - You Broke Me First <P>2


19v11897SZA - Good Days <G>


18^220614Doja Cat - Streets <G>


17v710332Joel Corry & MNEK - Head & Heart <P>3


NEW PEAK #316^925416Masked Wolf - Astronaut In The Ocean

15HOLD15661The Weeknd - Blinding Lights <P>9NEW CERT


14v11395Justin Bieber - Anyone <G>NEW CERT


13^114196The Kid Laroi - So Done <P>


12v111164Tones and I - Fly Away <G>


NEW PEAK #411^112411Cardi B - Up

NEW PEAK #510^616310P!nk + Willow Sage Hart - Cover Me In Sunshine


9HOLD9214Dua Lipa - Levitating


8HOLD829124kGoldn (feat Iann Dior) - Mood <P>4NEW CERT


7v1686The Weeknd - Save Your Tears <P>NEW CERT


NEW PEAK #66^1796Travis Scott & HVME - Goosebumps (Remix)

5v1433Lil Tjay & 6lack - Calling My Phone


RE-PEAK4^15144Tiësto - The Business


3HOLD3132The Kid Laroi - WITHOUT YOU <P>


2HOLD281Olivia Rodrigo - Drivers License <P>2NEW CERT


12ND WEEK @ #11291Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>2NEW CERT

Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
37Taylor Swift - Willow
48Hooligan Hefs - Send It!
50Polo G - Martin & Gina
WOW not only are there 12 new single certs this week, but also seven (in the T50) over on the albums chart.
Universal has updated a lot of certs this week

Here are some other new certs below the Top 50s:

Post Malone - Circles: 7x Platinum
Pop Smoke - For The Night: 2x Platinum
Machine Gun Kelly Feat. Blackbear - My Ex's Best Friend: Platinum
Post Malone & Swae Lee - Sunflower: 12x Platinum
Juice Wrld & Marshmello - Come & Go: 2x Platinum
Juice Wrld - Wishing Well: Platinum
Pop Smoke - Mood Swings: 2x Platinum
Juice Wrld - Lucid Dreams: 6x Platinum
Drake Feat. Lil Durk - Laugh Now, Cry Later: Platinum

Eminem - Music To Be Murdered By: Gold
Post Malone - Stoney: 2x Platinum
Juice Wrld - Death Race For Love: Gold

Btw, Willow Sage Heart must be one of the youngest persons to ever make the Top 10 Singles Chart?

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chartifacts updated for this week.

Thanks for the extra info I.E.
..."Heat Waves" scored its first sales cert in November of 2019 achieving Gold on its twelfth week within the chart (and a peak so far {then} of #67), while it picked it's first Platinum cert in the last week of January 2021 (25th) when it had jumped to No.11...

I think the 2019 is meant to be a 2020 in that opening paragraph. It'd be interesting to know what certification Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams" would have by now if it got updated, it's surely done better than a lot of those new platinum certs.
I'd estimate Dreams somewhere around <P>7 to <P>10 at this point
fixed the date info OzRoker, thanks for that.
lower entries info updated for both charts.

A heap of extra certs this week too.

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