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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - ARIA Chartifacts 10th of May, 2021

New Releases w/c Friday 7th of May, 2021.

* Collected by bulion and collated by hijinx

* New albums coming this week from Delta Goodrem, Rag'N'Bone Man, Amy Winehouse (live), Weezer, New Order, The Bamboos, Van Morrison, Bebe Rexha, The Apartments and Sufjan Stevens.
DL   All I Know So FarP!nkRCA/Sony
DL   A-O-KTai Verdeslast nite/Arista/Sony
DL   the long way homePowfu feat. Sarcastic Sounds & Sara KaysColumbia/Sony
DL   hollywood sucks//KennyHoopla, Travis BarkerMogul Vision/Arista/Sony
DL   Like ThatJP SaxeArista/Sony
DL   We Are BetweenModest MouseEpic/Sony
DL   Nobody Taught MeThe Lazy EyesThe Lazy Eyes/The Orchard
DL   ReprogramHacktivistUNFD/The Orchard
DL   River (Airwolf Remix)PNAU & Ladyhawkeetcetc/The Orchard
DL   The GiftHoliday SidewinderLab78/The Orchard
DL   Love Rain DownMyles KennedyNapalm Records/The Orchard
DL   Borderline ExistenceDrown This CityUNFD/The Orchard
DL   ScaredNectretcetc/The Orchard
DL   TweedledumCreature FearDaily Nightly/The Orchard
DL   ClosureMychelleFAMM/The Orchard
DL   FuneralTigercubBLAME Recordings/The Orchard
DL   Thud byelianMIGHTKILLYA/The Orchard
DL   SO WHAT!RarinRarin/The Orchard
DL   Mama Prayed ForMeghan PatrickRiser House Records/The Orchard
DL   Sunflower SeedsHot CoppersLost and Lonesome/The Orchard
DL   RodeoJulian SkiboatALT:Vision Records/The Orchard
DL   Come Back to EarthSunsleeperRude Records/The Orchard
DL   DaydreamThe Sea GypsiesMGM
DL   UFO (triple j Like A Version)Ocean GroveMGM
DL   Like No Other 2021The Dead DaisiesMGM
DL   Death of a TouristInfinity BrokeMGM
DL   Languor #2Andree GreenwellMGM
DL   BroadbeansLucy WiseMGM
DL   When A Tree FallsThe Boy Of Many ColorsMGM
DL   M.I.A – End Of The World RemixSheppardMGM
DL   Tell Her (feat. Talia Steward, Byron Juane & MattKharfiMGM
DL   Bong In My Eye - EPRegurgitator MGM
DL   MirageSettlementMGM
DL   State of GraceSeasideMGM
DL   RunOneRepublicMosley Music/Interscope/UMA
DL   FrecklesEves KarydasDew Process/UMA
DL   AstronomyConan GrayRepublic/UMA
DL   jorgeCat & CalmellEMI/UMA
DL   Trial by FireOdetteEMI/UMA
DL   Frontier Psychiatrist (Remix)AvalanchesEMI/UMA
DL   Mess It UpGracie AbramsInterscope/UMA
DL   BaddestImanbek, Cher LloydVirgin/UMA
DL   Love Like ThisMaximillianCopenhagen Records/UMA
DL   higherupsidedownhead feat. Ric RufioLiberation/UMA
DL   Party TricksAlice SkyeBad Apples/UMA
DL   Never LeftLil TeccaGalactic/Republic/UMA
DL   Holding on Too LongHard FeelingsDomino/UMA
DL   Fast (Motion)SaweetieICY/Warner
DL   King of My CityDay1Warner
DL   Feel SomethingJoshua BassettWarner
DL   Get TogetherDavid GuettaParlophone/Warner
DL   Astronaut In The Ocean (Remix)Masked Wolf feat. G-Eazy & DDGTeamwrk/ADA/Warner
DL   What You NeedDon ToliverCactus Jack/Atlantic/Warner
DL   Lay Wit YaIsaiah Rashad feat. Duke DeuceTop Dawg/Warner
DL   War In Your ArmsBen AbrahamAtlantic/Warner
DL   FuneralMaisie Peters feat. James BayAtlantic/Warner
DL   I’d Rather Be HereDylan FraserAtlantic/Warner
   VinylACR:EPA (4 track EP)A Certain RatioMute/Inertia
   VinylSad Cowboy Remixes (5 tracks)Goat GirlRough Trade/Inertia
   VinylWatch Out! (5 tracks)India JordanNinja Tune/Inertia
DL   AT THY FEET (SIDE B) (5 track EP)Church & APYKK
DL   CIRCLES (6 track EP)KALINettwerk Records
DL   SpaceshipYoungn LipzBiordi Music
DL   Cry & DriveCXLOESandlot/AWAL Recordings
DL   Lights UpFlight Facilities feat. Channel TresFuture Classic
DL   Must Be LoveTseba feat. Electric FieldsFuture Classic
DL   strawberry cheeksŪlaŪla
DL   SidewaysILLENIUM, Valerie Broussard, Nurko12Tone Music/Illenium
DL   YOUEliza & The DelusionalsCooking Vinyl
DL   ONE IN A MILLIONNerve, JK-47Nerve Productions
DL   Maybe We Should Call it NothingSADBOiiWasted Talent
DL   TranquilizeTelenovaPointer Recordings
DL   Miss The RageTrippie Redd feat. Playboi Carti1400 Ent./10K Projects
DL   LingerMatilda PearlSweat It Out
DL   hurts 2 hate somebodyELIO with Chase Atlantic & No RomeProject Gold/ELIO
DL   BalconyDayglowVery Nice/AWAL
DL   The TimesREMI, Sensible J, Tyler DaleyHouse Of Beige
DL   Ready for TomorrowBabe RainbowEureka/Babe Rainbow
DL   Me Without YouAsheMom+Pop
DL   Perfect TimingYG, Mozzy, BlxstMozzy Records/4Hunnid/EMPIRE
DL   ChaseVASSY, BonkaRobbins Ent.
DL   MIAY$O, Sam V, Aidan FineY$O
DL   NO PHONESDera Meelan, deadforestGUILD
DL   Going Down SouthThe Black KeysNonesuch
DL   SMALL TALKRussRuss My Way
DL   25Lucy LucyLucy Lucy
DL   It Don’t Matter - Spotify SinglesAlok, Sofi Tukker, INNACONTROVERSIA
DL   Young & StupidHayley MaryI OH YOU
DL   Melvin ManhoefSpanianHood Logic
DL   Help Me Through the NightWritten by Wolves, Kellin QuinnWritten By Wolves
DL   HoneyCamp 8AWAL
DL   MisfitsAnna LeeworthyAnna Leeworthy
DL   My WeaknessGodlands feat. BRUXDim Mak
DL   MobTbi$hAlt-Chord/Tbi$h
DL   HoneyDays Like TheseDays Like These
DL   Isn't EveryoneHEALTH, Nine Inch NailsLoma Vista/Concord
DL   Lean on MeCheat Codes feat. TinasheCheat Codes/DashGo
Blue V  VinylFREEZE, MELT (2020)CUT COPYCutters Records/Sony
   VinylO (2020)ORIANTHIFrontiers Records/Sony
 DL  Seek ShelterIceageMexican Summer/The Orchard
 DL  Super What?Czarface, MF DOOMSilver Age/The Orchard
 DL  Carbon ElectraDavide CarboneBS1 Records/The Orchard
 DL  Build A ProblemDodiedoddleoddle/The Orchard
 DL  Just Say You Don't CareNight LovellG59 Records/The Orchard
 DL  Being the GirlLinn Koch-EmmeryBoys tears/The Orchard
 DL  Higher PlacesJoshua BurnsideAttic Thing Records/The Orchard
  3CD3xVinylAmy Winehouse: At The BBCAmy WinehouseIsland/UMA
 DLCD 11 Past The HourImelda MayDecca/UMA
 DLCD The Song ClubFelicity Urquhart & Josh CunninghamABC Music
  CD HopeNat BartschABC Classical
 DL  Reality isChris TamwoyABC Music
 DL  Better MistakesBebe RexhaWarner
 DL  Blood Bunnychloe moriondoElektra/Fueled By Ramen/Warner
 DL  Sweet MeatKylie GaffneyMGM
 DLCDVinylA Life Full of FarewellThe ApartmentsRiley Records/MGM
 DLCD2xVinylTHANKS FOR COMINGPrincess Goes To The Butterfly MuseumMorpho Music
  2CD2xVinylLife As We Knew It Bcee & Charlotte HainingSpearhead
  CD We are an island, but we’re not aloneComorianGlitterbeat
  CD2xVinylAxacanDaniel BachmanThree Lobed Recordings
  CDCassDon't Bank Your Heart On ItDavey LaneField Recordings
Pink V  VinylFleurFleur6131 Records
Red V CDVinylJam Jam (EP)GospelbeacHCuration Records
  CD2xVinylInsidesJon HopkinsJust Music
  CD My People Karnage N DarknisCAAMA Music
  CDVinylBlack Ants Always Fly Together, One Bangle Makes No SoundKasai Allstars Crammed
  CD Struck By LightningKim SimmondsPanache Records
Marble V CDVinylKryptografKryptografApollon
  CD Days Of The RocksPlantmanArlen
Cass CDVinylHappy Birthday, RatboyRatboysTopshelf Records
 DLCDVinylEating Darkness Roman FlügelRunning Back
3xMarbleV CD3xVinylLUZoSCURASashaAlkaane
  CDVinylEverywhere you've beenSteve AlmaasLonesome Whippowill
Red V CDVinylShirushiTEKE::TEKEKill Rock Stars
White V CD Mudslod and the SinglesTijuana HerculesSKiN GRAFT Records
  CD3xVinylGravity XTruckfightersFuzzorama
  CD Vinegar JoeVinegar Joe Esoteric Antenna
Colour V CDVinyl0.166666667Delgres[PIAS]/Inertia
   VinylSong of the Lark and Other Far MemoriesAngel OlsenJagjaguwar/Inertia
Blue VDLCDVinylThe Changing WildernessWill StrattonBella Union/Inertia
Yellow VDLCDVinylMonstersSophie KennedyCity Slang/Inertia
Green VDLCD2xVinylBright Green FieldSquidWarp/Inertia
Blue VDLCDVinylDistractionstindersticksCity Slang/Inertia
 DL  Forever Isn't Long EnoughAlfie TemplemanChess Club/AWAL
 DL  Life Imitates ArtBad/LoveBadlove Band
 DL  HELLRAISERS, Part 1Cheat CodesCheat Codes/DashGo
 DL  FriedREMIHouse Of Beige
 DL  ConvocationsSufjan StevensAsthmatic Kitty
 DL  When God Was GreatThe Mighty, Mighty BosstonesHellcat

DLPhysCompilations Labels
 VinylHER (2013)SCORE by ARCADE FIRE & OWEN PALLETTColumbia/Sony
Singles Chartifacts:

Thanks to a duet remix issued last week, The Kid Laroi sees his second Top 10 entry "Without You" now become his first home-grown No.1 single, as the song rebounds nine places to take out the top of the ARIA Singles Chart.

"Without You" by The Kid Laroi feat. Miley Cyrus (Columbia) becomes the 1103rd No.1 Single in Australia (1940 to 2021), the 538th for ARIA (1983 to 2021), the fifth No.1 for 2021, the 122nd for Columbia and their first back-to-back No.1's since 2016's "Closer" (Aug-Oct) and "Say You Won't Let Go" (Oct-Nov). The song also becomes the first new Australian performed No.1 song to hit the top this decade, as "Dance Monkey" for Tones and I was the last, falling off the top on January 20th, 2020 after 24 broken weeks.

Another first at No.1 is for both artists, as Miley Cyrus had previously only been as high as No.2 with "Wrecking Ball" (Sept-Oct 2013) and this track had previously peaked at No.2 for five broken weeks in all of January this year and again on March 22nd, thus it's also the first No.1 single for The Kid Laroi (he's had a one-week stay at No.1 on the albums chart). And with the song leaping back up from No.10 to No.1, it's logging it's 22nd week within the Top 10, making it now the equal 11th longest running Top 10 single of all time in Australia, and also the current longest running entry, plus the song is newly certified as 3x▲Platinum in sales (it went 2P on March 29th, 7 weeks ago).

This is the fourth time that the words 'Without You' has appeared at No.1 in Australia, with the most famous namesake being the 1972 Nilsson ballad which spent five weeks at the top from April 10th, 1972, while the last was Delta Goodrem's "Lost Without You" (2 broken weeks on March 10th and March 24th, 2003). And not only does The Kid Laroi become the first (new) Aussie No.1 this decade, he also becomes the 41st Solo Australian Male performer to hit the top spot (Dean Lewis was the last in August of 2018), while he also becomes the second local rapper/hip-hop act to land a No.1 single, the other was Joel Turner & The Modern Day Poets (beatboxer) from late November of 2004. Also for The Kid Laroi he becomes the 108th Australian Act (solo, duo, group, male or female) to hit No.1 and the song is the 167th Australian Performed No.1 single.

Over on the albums chart Amy Shark debuts at No.1 with her new album, which means that Aussie acts have the No.1 spot on both the singles and album charts this week, with the last time this chart feat occurred was three times in late 2019 with Cold Chisel's "Blood Moon" (Dec 16th), Paul Kelly and "Songs from the South: Greatest Hits 1985-2019" (Nov 25th) and "Hilda" for Jessica Mauboy (Oct 28th) up against the single "Dance Monkey".

The top three singles are not only seeing rises this week, but all three are double-artist entries, meaning two acts are featured on the singles. The new No.1 song in New Zealand this week is here up three places to a new peak of No.2, Doja Cat and SZA with "Kiss Me More", which by moving to No.2 becomes the highest charted song here for Doja Cat and the second No.2 guest appearance for SZA, who made it to the same position on the Kendrick Lamar 'Black Panther' single "All the Stars" (late Feb 2018). The biggest jump within the Top 50 this week occurs at No.3, as the new English and Irish No.1 single for drill artists Russ Millions and Tion Wayne called "Body" propels itself up seventeen spots to land at No.3, thanks to a new remix issued recently featuring Bugzy Malone, Fivio Foreign, Darkoo, Buni, ArrDee, and E1 & ZT, with the British pair now landing their first Top 10 placement in Australia.

After these three rising singles, all songs (but the new entry) drop down between #4 and #21 this week. After two weeks at the top the Lil' Nas X song "Montero (Call Me By Your Name)" drops three places to land at No.4, followed by similar place falls for "Heat Waves" by Glass Animals, "Peaches" by Justin Bieber and "Save Your Tears" for The Weeknd feat. Ariana Grande to No.5, No.6 and No.7 respectively, with The Weeknd newly dueted track the new No.1 single in both America and his native Canada this past week.

Masked Wolf is down only two places to No.8 with "Astronaut in the Ocean", with the song still Top 10 in Bulgaria, Austria, Finland, Switzerland, Canada, New Zealand and America, while it climbs to a new peak of No.14 in England. New at No.9 is the latest entry for Billie Eilish called "Your Power", which becomes her twelfth Top 10 single in Australia and her third issued release from her recently announced second album "Happier Than Ever" (due July 30th) after "My Future" (HP-3 Aug 2020) and "Therefore I Am" (HP-3, Nov 2020). Rounding out the Top 10 is the second new certified single within the Top 10, Polo G's "RapStar", which is down three places to No.10 and now Gold (●) in sales.

TOP 20: Apart from the No.11 track on hold for Dua Lipa's "Levitating" remixes, there are no climbing songs within the Top 20 this week.
TOP 30: Thanks to Amy Shark's second album "Cry Forever" debuting at No.1 this week, the albums third charted single "Love Songs Ain't for Us" alongside Keith Urban rebounds fourteen spots to reclaim its former peak and entry position from eleven weeks ago of No.22, while the track is also now Gold (●) in sales. Holding at its peak of No.27 for a second week is the Joel Corry single "Bed", while climbing five places to a new peak of No.30 after entering the Top 50 last week is Aurora's "Runaway".
TOP 40: Again no climbing tracks within this chart region, just two stable entries in "Paradise" for Meduza at No.37 and "Beautiful Mistakes" by Maroon 5 with Megan Thee Stallion at No.39.
TOP 50: On hold at its peak of No.42 for a second week is the Polo G entry "Martin & Gina", while Tones and I is one-week-shy of cracking two years within the Top 100 (TW-103 weeks) with her massive former No.1 "Dance Monkey'', which this week is back up two places to No.46, followed by single place rises for "Lemonade" by Internet Money and "Don't Start Now" by Dua Lipa (now 7x▲Platinum) to No.48 and No.49 respectively, while the classic Killers track "Mr. Brightside" makes a Top 50 return at No.50 (up six places) to score its third decade of charting within the ARIA Top 50 singles. The song first peaked at No.29 in mid-January of 2005, while in October of of 2017 it popped it's head back into the Top 50 for a single week at No.48, and now after some semi-continual charting in the lower fifty since it's return on October 19th, 2020, it returns to the Top 50 after 26 broken weeks in the lower half.

TOP 20: Two songs leave the Top 10 this week, with "The Business" for Tiësto (HP-4x5, WI10-13 now 2x▲Platinum) and "Deja vu" by OIivia Rodrigo (HP-6, WI10-2) both dropping four places to No.12 and No.13 respectively. Two more songs land new sales certs this week within the Top 20, both of them now Gold (●) in sales, "Friday" by Riton x Nightcrawlers (13 to No.14) and "Leave the Door Open" for Silk Sonic (16 to No.18), while the biggest drop within the Top 20 is the Pink single "Cover Me in Sunshine", which drops three places to No.15, but she issued a new song on Friday called "All I Know So Far", taken from her new tour documentary of the same name.
TOP 30: Three place drops seems to be the common fall within the Top 30, as "Hold on" by Justin Bieber (18 to No.21), "Up" for Cardi B (20 to No.23), "Calling My Phone" by Lil' Tjay and 6lack (23 to No.26) all fall three places, while the second Top 30 Joel Corry entry this week in "Head & Heart" drops four spots to land at No.29.
TOP 40: There are three new certifications within the Top 40, "Fly Away" by Tones and I (28 to No.31, now 2x▲Platinum), We're Good" by Dua Lipa (32 to No.33, Gold (●)) and "My Head & My Heart" by Ava Max (38 to No.38, now ▲Platinum). "So Done" by The Kid Laroi falls three to No.32, both "Dreams" by Fleetwood Mac and "You Broke Me First" by Tate McRae fall four places each to No.35 and No.38 respectively, while Justin Bieber's "Anyone" tumbles six spots to land at No.36.
TOP 50: Two place slips occur for "Good Days" by SZA (41 to No.43) and "Holy" by Justin Bieber (43 to No.45), while down one to No.47 is "WAP" for Cardi B alongside Megan Thee Stallion, which is now 4x▲Platinum in sales, one month after it was certified 3xP (April 12th, 2021).

* #9 - Your Power by Billie Eilish (Darkroom/Interscope)
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Singles; New Entries:

9Your PowerBillie Eilish https://youtu.be/fzeWc3zh01gDarkroom/Interscope
87Love RaceMachine Gun Kelly feat. Kellin Quinnhttps://youtu.be/tAztwrYHCWEBad Boy/Interscope
99I Did itDJ Khaled feat. Post Malone, Megan Thee Stallion, Lil' Baby & DaBabyhttps://youtu.be/nZ48lVJS7JEWe the Best/Epic

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Albums Chartifacts:

The second album for local singer Amy Shark called "Cry Forever" becomes her second No.1 Album in Australia this week.

"Cry Forever" (Wonderlick/Sony) becomes the 915th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2021), the 765th for ARIA (1983 to 2021), the 15th No.1 set for 2021, the 551st to debut at the top and also the second for the record label Wonderlick, as Amy's debut album "Love Monster" spent a week at No.1 on July 23rd, 2018.

The new No.1 album is the first to feature the word 'Cry' in its title (the previous highest was Carrie Underwood with "Cry Pretty" HP-4, Sept 2018), while the word 'Forever' has appeared once before at the top, Paula Abdul's first album "Forever Your Girl", which spent a single week at the top during this week in 1990, (May 13th, 1990, 31 years ago).

Amy Shark becomes the seventh Australian based artist to score a No.1 album in 2021, and the second for a Solo Female Artist after Tash Sultana on March 1st with "Terra Firma". For Solo Female Artists (local or overseas) the new album becomes the 141st to hit the top and the fifth for this year after Taylor Swift (Jan and April), Tash and Dua Lipa (both March). And with Amy now logging her second No.1 album she joins other local Female Artists with two chart-topping albums in Tina Arena, Sia and Jessica Mauboy, while above them are Missy Higgins (3 #1's), Delta Goodrem (4 #1's, but she just issued a new album on Friday so that might rise next week), Olivia Newton-John and Kasey Chambers (5 #1's) and the highest is Kylie Minogue (7 #1's).

On the singles chart local rapper The Kid Laroi climbs to No.1 with his new dueted version of "Without You" alongside Miley Cyrus, which means that Aussie acts have the No.1 spot on both the singles and album charts this week. The last time this chart feat happened was in late 2019 three times, with Cold Chisel's "Blood Moon" (Dec 16th), Paul Kelly and "Songs from the South: Greatest Hits 1985-2019" (Nov 25th) and "Hilda" for Jessica Mauboy (Oct 28th), matching at the top alongside "Dance Monkey" for Tones and I, so this makes it a first for this decade.

Half of the Top 10 are new entries this week, with the remaining non-debuts being "Justice" for Justin Bieber back down one spot to No.2 after a third non-consecutive week at No.1, after which Dua Lipa dips two places to No.4 with "Future Nostalgia", the newly redone "Fearless" for Taylor Swift halves its position from last week and drops three places to No.6. Harry Styles' "Fine Line" album falls three places to No.8 and logs a 69th week within the Top 10, and on hold at No.9 is Billie Eilish with "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go" for an 85th Top 10 week, helped also by her new single "Your Power" also appearing at No.9 over on the singles chart this week.

New at No.3 is the seventh studio album, third Top 100 entry and now first Top 10 placement for French metal band Gojira and "Fortitude", which enters almost five years after their sixth album "Magma" debuted and peaked at No.11 (late June 2016). Coming in at No.5 is the new No.1 album in England for their native act Royal Blood called "Typhoons", which is their third Top 5 entry here after "Royal Blood" (LP#1, HP-3, Sept 2014) and "How Did We Get So Dark?" (LP#2, HP-4, late June 2017).

The twelfth studio album and now fourth Top 10, plus third consecutive No.7 entry for U.S. DJ and producer DJ Khaled called "Khaled Khaled" is new at No.7, with the album having previously seen the entries of the songs "Popstar" (HP-10) and "Greece" (HP-35) both peaking upon debut July 27th, 2020. The fifth and final new entry to the Top 10 this week comes in at No.10, the debut album for Norwegian singer/songwriter Marie Ulven under her moniker 'girl in red' and her album is called "if i could make it go quiet", which has also entered the Top 10 this week in England (#7) and her homeland at No.2.

There are only three albums climbing within the Top 50 this week as so many new albums enter the chart. Thanks to their current national tour, Spacey Jane are back up two places to No.24 with "Sunlight", after which the debut EP for Billie Eilish and "Don't Smile at Me" rebounds this week twenty-five spots to land at No.38, while making its return to the Top 100 this week is the debut Amy Shark album "Love Monster" at No.47, logging an 84th week on the chart.

TOP 20: All five of the Top 10 dropouts land within the Top 20 this week, "The Highlights" by The Weeknd (HP-2, WI10-12), The Kid Laroi's "F**k Love (mixtape)"/"Savage EP" (HP-1x1, WI10-27) and Pop Smoke with "Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon" (HP-1x1, WI10-34) all fall five places each to No.11, No.12 and No.13 respectively. London Grammar's recent No.1 "Californian Soil" (HP-1x1, WI10-2) falls eleven places to No.15 and Luke Combs and "What You See is What You Get" (HP-1x1, WI10-19) drops eight spots to No.18, after which are also eight-place slides for "÷ (Divide)" by Ed Sheeran and "Rumours" for Fleetwood Mac to No.19 and No.20.
TOP 30: Ariana Grande marks her half-year of charting (26 weeks) with "Positions" by dropping seven places to No.21, with last week's re-peaking "Singles Collection" by Maroon 5 falling from No.17 to No.23 this week. Eminem's "Curtain Call: The Hits" drops six to No.25, Taylor Swift's "folklore" falls seven to No.27, while her "evermore" album is on hold at No.30, and lastly Juice WRLD and "Legends Never Die" falls eight places to No.29.
TOP 40: Lewis Capaldi falls seven places to No.31, Morgan Wallen drops ten to No.32 with "Dangerous" and Taylor's older entry "1989" this week tumbles seventeen spots to No.33, with the recent Top 30 returned Bruno Mars album "Doo-Wops & Hooligans" back down eight places to No.34. Further eight spot declines occur for Lime Cordiale and "14 Steps to a Better You" and The Wiggles "We're All Fruit Salad: Greatest Hits" to No.37 and No.40 respectively.
TOP 50: For the first time this year the Post Malone album "Hollywood's Bleeding" is outside of the Top 40, down eight places this week to No.41, followed by a massive drop of twenty-seven spots to No.42 for the latest Offspring album "Let the Bad Times Roll". Sam Smith's "Love Goes" down six to No.43 while the self-titled Dua Lipa album falls back nine spots to No.45. Also declining within the Top 50 are older entries for INXS (31 to No.48), XXXTentacion (39 to No.49) and Arctic Monkeys (40 to No.50).

* #1 (LP#2) - Cry Forever by Amy Shark (Wonderlick/Sony)

* #3 (LP#7) - Fortitude by Gojira (Roadrunner)

* #5 (LP#3) - Typhoons by Royal Blood (Black Mammoth/Warner UK)

* #7 (LP#12) - Khaled Khaled by DJ Khaled (We the Best/Epic)

* #10 (LP#1) - if i could make it go quiet by girl in red (world in red/AWAL)

* #14 (LP#7) - First Time Really Feeling by Liz Stringer (Milk! Records) is the seventh album and now first chart entry for the Melbourne, Australia based female singer/songwriter, with her last release being 2019's "Dyson, Stringer, Cloher" with fellow female musicians Mia Dyson and Jen Cloher.

* #16 (LP#3) - Sixty Summers by Julia Stone (BMG/Warner) is the third solo album for the female half of the duo Angus & Julia Stone, with this third set coming nine years and eleven months since her second album "By the Horns" debuted and peaked at No.11 (early June 2012), while previously her first solo album "The Memory Machine" (2010) peaked at No.73.

* #35 (Comp) - Celebrate the Music of Peter Green and the Early Years of Fleetwood Mac by Mick Fleetwood and Friends (BMG/Warner) is a live recording from a one-off event organised by Mick Fleetwood at the London Palladium on February 25th, 2020 to pay tribute to Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green, with artists such as Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Pete Townshend, John Mayall, Christine McVie, Zak Starkey, Steven Tyler, Bill Wyman, Noel Gallagher and Neil Finn among the artists appearing.

* #36 (Live#4) - Live at Knebworth 1990 by Pink Floyd (Pink Floyd Inc./Sony) was recorded at Knebworth House in Hertfordshire, England on June 30th, 1990, and it has been issued for the first time on both CD and vinyl and features seven of their bands songs. It follows on from their re-issued 1988 live set "Delicate Sound of Thunder (Live)" (HP-35, Nov. 30th, 2020, initial HP-4, Dec 1988).

* #46 (LP#4) - Daisy by Big Scary (Pieater) is the fourth studio album for the Melbourne duo and their fourth to chart after "Vacation" (LP#1, HP-37, Oct 2011), "Not Art" (LP#2, HP-32, July 2013) and their last set "Animal" (LP#3, HP-5, Sept 2016).

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Albums; New Entries:

1Cry ForeverAmy SharkCry Forever - WikipediaWonderlickA2
3FortitudeGojiraFortitude (album) - WikipediaRoadrunnerA7
5TyphoonsRoyal BloodTyphoons (album) - WikipediaBlack Mammoth/Warner UKA3
7Khaled KhaledDJ KhaledKhaled Khaled - WikipediaWe the Best/EpicA12
10if i could make it go quietgirl in redIf I Could Make It Go Quiet - Wikipediaworld in red/AWALA1
14First Time Really FeelingLiz StringerLiz Stringer - WikipediaMilk! RecordsA7
16Sixty SummersJulia StoneSixty Summers - WikipediaBMG/WarnerA3
35Celebrate the Music of Peter Green & the Early Years of Fleetwood MacMick Fleetwood & Friends-BMG/WarnerComp
36Live at Knebworth 1990Pink FloydPink Floyd discography - WikipediaPink Floyd/SonyL4
46DaisyBig ScaryDaisy (Big Scary album) - WikipediaPieaterA4
51Old Church BasementElevation Worship & Maverick City MusicOld Church Basement - WikipediaElevation WorshipL11
65Country Again: Side AThomas RhettCountry Again: Side A - WikipediaBig MachineA5
91Not in Chronological OrderJulia MichaelsNot in Chronological Order - WikipediaRepublicA1
92Turn Up That DialDropkick MurphysTurn Up That Dial - WikipediaBorn & BredA10

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New Certifications:
Without You by The Kid Laroi (feat. Miley Cyrus) ▲3
RapStar by Polo G ●
The Business by Tiësto ▲2
Friday by Riton x Nightcrawlers feat. Mufasa & Hypeman ●
Leave the Door Open by Silk Sonic ●
Love Songs Ain't for Us by Amy Shark feat. Keith Urban ●
Fly Away by Tones and I ▲2
We're Good by Dua Lipa ●
My Head & My Heart by Ava Max ▲
WAP by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion ▲4
Don't Start Now by Dua Lipa ▲7
This City by Sam Fischer ▲3
Send it! by Hooligan Hefs ▲

No Albums this week.

Afterglow by Ed Sheeran ▲ (1st cert)
Say You Won't Let Go by James Arthur ▲14
Forever After All by Luke Combs ●
Party in the U.S.A. by Miley Cyrus ▲9
Shotgun by George Ezra ▲11
Hey, Soul Sister by Train ▲10 (was 6P)
Diamonds by Sam Smith ▲ (1st cert)
Supalonely by Benee ▲3
On Our Own by Lime Cordiale ●

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 30th to the 6th of May, 2021.
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RE-ENTRY #150^6564529The Killers - Mr. Brightside <P>11


49^150792Dua Lipa - Don't Start Now <P>7NEW CERT


48^149375Internet Money, Gunna (feat Don Toliver & NAV) - Lemonade <P>2


47v146391Cardi B (feat Megan Thee Stallion) - WAP <P>4NEW CERT


46^2481031Tones and I - Dance Monkey <P>14

45v243334Justin Bieber (feat Chance The Rapper) - Holy <P>2


44HOLD441735Saweetie (feat Doja Cat) - Best Friend <G>


43v241187SZA - Good Days <P>


42HOLD421342Polo G - Martin & Gina <P>


41v140775Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar <P>5

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40v2381821Ava Max - My Head & My Heart <P>NEW CERT


39HOLD39836Maroon 5 & Megan Thee Stallion - Beautiful Mistakes


38v434417Tate McRae - You Broke Me First <P>3


37HOLD372519Meduza (feat Dermot Kennedy) - Paradise <P>


36v630185Justin Bieber - Anyone <P>

35v431434Fleetwood Mac - Dreams

AMR: 96-62-54-42-32-21-21-20-19-23-22-25-34-52-65-83
ARIA: 90-(R)39-14-04-05-07-10-13-15-17-22-25-36-29-17-16-24-23-26-29-31-36-30-30-36-34-35-35-27-34-36-31-35

34v1331124Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved <P>10


33v1321224Dua Lipa - We're Good <G>NEW CERT


32v329286The Kid Laroi - So Done <P>2


31v328254Tones and I - Fly Away <P>2NEW CERT

NEW PEAK #130^535330Aurora - Runaway


29v425422Joel Corry & MNEK - Head & Heart <P>4


28v2261512Doja Cat - Streets <P>


27PEAK HOLD27527Joel Corry, RAYE & David Guetta - BED


26v323123Lil Tjay & 6lack - Calling My Phone <P>

25v12438124kGoldn (feat Iann Dior) - Mood <P>4


24v222751The Weeknd - Blinding Lights <P>9


23v3201311Cardi B - Up <G>


RE-PEAK22^14361122Amy Shark (feat Keith Urban) - Love Songs Ain't For Us <G>NEW CERT


21v31896Justin Bieber - Hold On <G>

20v1191319ATB - Your Love (9PM) <G>


19v2171112Giveon - Heartbreak Anniversary <G>


18v216910Silk Sonic - Leave The Door Open <G>NEW CERT


17v314171Olivia Rodrigo - Drivers License <P>2


16v115185Travis Scott & HVME - Goosebumps (Remix) <P>

15v312126P!nk + Willow Sage Hart - Cover Me In Sunshine <P>


14v1131112Riton x Nightcrawlers (feat Mufasa & Hypeman) - Friday <G>NEW CERT


13v4956Olivia Rodrigo - Deja Vu


12v48234Tiësto - The Business <P>2NEW CERT


11HOLD11304Dua Lipa - Levitating <P>2

10v3744Polo G - Rapstar <G>NEW CERT


NEW ENTRY #19NE TO T10019Billie Eilish - Your Power


8v26134Masked Wolf - Astronaut In The Ocean <P>


7v34174The Weeknd - Save Your Tears <P>


6v3371Justin Bieber (feat Daniel Caesar & Giveon) - Peaches <G>

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5v32381Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>3


4v3161Lil Nas X - Montero (Call Me By Your Name) <G>


NEW PEAK #23^182153Russ Millions & Tion Wayne - Body


NEW PEAK #32^3542Doja Cat (feat SZA) - Kiss Me More


NEW PEAK #411ST WEEK @ #110221The Kid Laroi - WITHOUT YOU <P>3NEW CERT

Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
45Taylor Swift - Mr. Perfectly Fine (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault)
47AJR - Bang!
Interesting chart this week.

New certs below the Top 50:

Sam Fischer - This City: 3x Platinum
Hooligans Hefs- Send It!: Platinum
Chartifacts updated for this week.

Any questions can be (possibly) answered by Tuesday.
Wouldn’t this be billie’s 3rd album after don’t smile at me and when we all fall asleep... unless I’m missing something lol.
"Don't Smile at Me" is her debut EP.
I think that Without You is the 6th #1 for 2021 as Mood, drivers license, Heat Waves, Peaches and MONTERO topped the chart this year.
Shallow's position?
Is Evanescence's The Bitter Truth in the Top 100?
Zerbini, Shallow is at No.57 this week.

No return for Evanescence P.Henry.

I.E., I didn't count Mood, as it's classed as a 2020 No.1, I should've said NEW No.1 for 2021 instead.

Lower entry info updated, plus a heap of extra certs for this week (and the Accreditations list has been updated too).
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