Australia logs a fourth week for both of Olivia Rodrigo's No.1's in her debut album "SOUR" and it's second No.1 song "Good 4 U".
"Good 4 U" is also again at the top in New Zealand, Ireland (5th week for single, also a 4th week for the album at No.1), England, Canada (4th week, #1 LP in Canada for a third week), and also Germany (2nd week), while it's on hold at No.2 in America behind BTS. And with Olivia holding the top of both charts here again for a fourth week, it becomes the first time in over four years that an act has held both No.1 spots for so long. From March 13th to April 10th, 2017, Ed Sheeran logged five weeks on both charts with "Shape of You" and his third album "÷ (Divide)", this too was a dual No.1 from when the album entered at the top, while the pair also saw another two weeks at the top on April 24th and May 1st, 2017, making it seven non-consecutive weeks at No.1 for the pair of Ed's.
Olivia's tally of weeks at No.1 in Australia now increases to ten accumulated weeks at the top, moving her up from equal 102nd to now equal 93rd alongside other acts with two No.1's and ten weeks at the top like Aqua, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Bonnie Tyler and UB40. For this decade's tally of weeks she now sits right behind The Weeknd and 24KGOLDN who achieved eleven weeks at No.1 in 2020, so if she stays another week she will tie that record, if she notches up two more weeks she will surpass their totals.
Doja Cat achieves a fifth non-consecutive week at No.2 this week with "Kiss Me More", followed by a two place rise to a new peak of No.3 for The Weeknd track with Ariana Grande as guest and "Save Your Tears", while it swaps places with Olivia Rodrigo and "Deja Vu", down two to No.5, with a stable No.4 in between those two is "Body" by Russ Millions and Tion Wayne.
"Levitating" for Dua Lipa continues to climb within the Top 10 again this week, up one spot to No.6 for a 22nd week within the Top 10, after which the third and final Olivia Rodrigo track in "Traitor" is also back up one place to No.7, her third and final Top 10 entry this week, while her three songs here within our ten are sitting at No.1, No.3 and No.4 in Ireland (in the same sequence that they are here).
The second and third creatures within the Top 10 this week are back-to-back, with Glass Animals down two places to No.8 with "Heat Waves", followed by a stable No.9 for Masked Wolf and "Astronaut in the Ocean", which climbs to No.8 in the U.S. Billboard chart this week (BTW doja CAT was the first creature), while sitting at No.12 in America is The Kid Laroi and "Without You", which here is on hold at No.10 and logging a 27th week within our Top 10, making it now the equal sixth longest running Top 10 in Australia, alongside "Old Town Road" by Lil' Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus (2019).
UP: TOP 20: Speaking of Lil' Nas X, he is back up one spot to No.11 with "Montero", followed by another former No.1 climbing in "Peaches" by Justin Bieber, back up two places to No.12. More former Top 10 tracks climbing are "The Business" by Tiësto (19 to No.17), new Top 10 album entrant Polo G and "Rapstar" (24 to No.18, newly ▲Platinum), and "Cover Me in Sunshine" by Pink (20 to No.19). TOP 30: Joel Corry's promo's around the country last week has maybe helped his latest track "Bed" to rise back up, this week it's up two places to its former peak of No.23 (previously May 17th), while ATB's "Your Love (9PM)" rebound three spots to No.25, followed by a four place rise to No.26 for The Weeknd and "Blinding Lights", while Vance Joy moves up three places to a new peak of No.29 with his latest entry "Missing Piece". TOP 40: The final new chart height achieved in this week's Top 50 is a two place climb to No.34 for the Majestic remix of Boney M's "Rasputin", while Joel Corry's older entry "Head & Heart" is also up two spots to No.35. The third and final climber is a one place move to No.37 for Fleetwood Mac's "Dreams". TOP 50: Harry Styles' "Watermelon Sugar" was sitting at No.52 four and five weeks ago (May 24th & 31st), and since the start of June it has been slowly climbing back up (50-45-) and now it rises three spots to No.42 and also cracks 6x▲Platinum in sales. The only other rising track is a ten place rebound to No.43 for the Maroon 5 and Megan Thee Stallion track "Beautiful Mistakes" (HP-36) (which was newly Gold (●) in sales last week), thanks to their seventh album "Jordi" debuting at No.11 this week. Last week's No.50 climber for Marshmello and the Jonas Brothers with "Leave Before You Love Me" remains on hold at that peak this week.
DOWN: TOP 20: There are no songs leaving or entering the Top 10 this week, and all three of the falling songs within the twenty belong to Olivia Rodrigo, something which she repeats in the Top 30 too. In this chart region she slips with "Driver's License" (11 to No.13), "Favourite Crime" (13 to No.16) and "Happier" (16 to No.20). TOP 30: While her tumbling tracks here are "Brutal" (17 to No.21), "Jealousy, Jealousy" (26 to No.27) and "Enough for You" (22 to No.28). The current third week U.S. No.1 song for BTS and "Butter" is here down three places to No.24, but it could rebound next week and the following once their new 'Best of' set hits the album charts. TOP 40: Last week's Top 20 entry for Billie Eilish and "Lost Cause" tumbles down fourteen places this week to No.32, while her entry last week at No.40 with "Your Power" is out of the Top 50 this week. Olivia's only Top 40 entry here is an eleven fall for "1 Step Forward, 3 Steps Back" to No.38, followed by falls for "Hold On" by Justin Bieber (34 to No.39) and Bella Poarch with "Build a Bitch" (31 to No.40). TOP 50: Giveon takes a six place slide down to No.45 with his "Heartbreak Anniversary", while Tom Grennan dips back three spots to No.46 after peaking at No.43 last week with "Little Bit of Love" (which for the past two weeks has been the No.1 digital selling track in the country). Doja Cat's third Top 50 entry third week is a five place dropping "Streets" track to No.47, followed by the eleventh and final Top 50 placement for Olivia Rodrigo and "Hope UK OK", down fifteen places to No.48.
NEW ENTRIES: * #14 - Solar Power by Lorde (Universal NZ) is the first new music from the New Zealand artist in over four years, with this track landing in the Top 20 in both England and Ireland, while it came in at No.2 in her home country this weekend. It's also the title track from her third studio album, due sometime this year. It also becomes her 13th Top 100 and tenth Top 50 entry in Australia.
* #31 - Need to Know by Doja Cat (Kemosabe/RCA) is the second single issued from her June 25th due third album "Planet Her" after her current No.2 single "Kiss Me More", while there is another song due from the new set soon in "You Right", a duet with The Weeknd. This new entry gives Doja Cat her eleventh Top 100 and seventh Top 50 chart entry in Australia.
* #33 - No Return by Polo G with The Kid Laroi and Lil' Durk (Columbia) is taken from his third album "Hall of Fame", which comes in at No.3 in Australia this week. He is also charting at No.18 with the albums previous entry "Rapstar", while overall this becomes his seventh Top 100 entry and only his third Top 50 placement (which have all occurred this year). Last edited:
It's a fourth week of Olivia Rodrigo holding the top of both the Singles and Albums Charts with her "Good 4 U" track and her "SOUR" album.
A fourth stay at No.1 also makes the album the longest running No.1 for 2021 (so far), with the last album to stay this long at the top being Taylor Swift with "evermore" from Dec. 21st, 2020 to Jan. 11th, 2021 (4 weeks), while right before that was another four-week stay for AC/DC's "Power Up" from Nov. 23rd, 2020. Those two artists alongside Olivia Rodrigo are the top three acts with the most weeks at No.1 during this decade now, as both Olivia and AC/DC have notched up four weeks at the top, making them equal second on the list for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums; 2020's', while Taylor sits at the top with nine weeks at No.1 (from 3 #1's).
With Olivia holding the top of both charts here again for a fourth week, it becomes the first time in over four years that an act has held both No.1 spots for so long. From March 13th to April 10th, 2017, Ed Sheeran logged five weeks on both charts with "Shape of You" and his third album "÷ (Divide)", this too was a dual No.1 from when the album entered at the top, while the pair also saw another two weeks at the top on April 24th and May 1st, 2017, making it seven non-consecutive weeks at No.1 for the pair. Olivia also holds the top spot again in Ireland, New Zealand (4th week) and Canada (3rd week).
The highest new entry this week comes in at No.2, the 18th studio album for local psych-rock act King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard and "Butterfly 3000", one month after their physically issued 17th set "L.W." returned to the chart at a new peak of No.4 (May 24th, 2021), and by coming in so high it becomes their 13th Top 10, seventh Top 5 and 24th overall album entry in Australia. Right after at No.3 is the third studio album by U.S. rapper Polo G called "Hall of Fame", becoming his second Top 100 and Top 10 entry here, as his second set "The Goat" debuted and peaked at No.10 (25th of May, 2020), that album logging it's 53rd week within the Top 100 this week, while this new entry now becomes his highest charted set here.
Pink's live album "All I Know So Far: Setlist" is again down one spot this week to No.4, having now logged four weeks within the Top 4 (2-2-3-4), which is followed by a debut at No.5 for the seventh studio album (and 7th Top 10) for Garbage called "No Gods No Masters", also giving them their fifth Top 5 placement, and first new material in six years, while overall this is their ninth Top 100 entry (7 studios and 2 Best of's).
Thanks to a limited edition vinyl for the Spacey Jane album "Sunlight" being issued last week, it helps the set to leap back into the Top 10 by rising twenty-three spots to land at No.6, giving the set it's third overall week within the Top 10, as this week last year it was debuting at No.2 and logged a No.9 the following week (22nd & 29th of June, 2020).
Taylor Swift's "evermore" album saw it's vinyl rise last week (38 to No.8), and this week it's up one place to No.7, followed by a two place slip to No.8 for Dua Lipa and "Future Nostalgia". Last week's highest new entry for Crowded House and "Dreamers are Waiting" is this week down seven places to land at No.9. The fourth and final Top 10 debut comes in at No.10, the second album and first Top 50/Top 10 placement for Perth indie act Sly Withers called "Gardens".
UP: * There are five albums which rise within the rest of the Top 50 (11>50 section) four of which move only one place, "folklore" by Taylor Swift (28 to No.27), 'Bohemian Rhapsody' soundtrack (32 to No.31), "The Very Best" for INXS (44 to No.43) and "Hot Pink" by Doja Cat (50 to No.49), while there's a two place climb to No.34 for the 'Hamilton' cast recording.
DOWN: TOP 20: Two of the five dropouts from the Top 10 land within the Top 20 this week, with "Justice" by Justin Bieber (HP-1x3, WI10-12) down five to No.12 and "The Highlights" by The Weeknd (HP-2, WI10-16) dipping four to No.14. Also declining four spots are "Fine Line" for Harry Styles and "F**k Love" by The Kid Laroi to No.15 and No.16 respectively. TOP 30: J. Cole's latest album "The Off-Season" slips down nine places to No.22, followed by drops for collections by Elton John (19 to No.23), Maroon 5 (21 to No.24) and Eminem (22 to No.26). Luke Combs' first album "This One's for You" drops five to No.28 and Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" dips four to No.29. TOP 40: Juice WRLD's "Legends Never Die" drops six places to No.32, Delta Goodrem's latest album "Bridge Over Troubled Dreams" tumbles eleven spots to No.35, Ariana's "Positions" declines five places to No.36 and the third Top 10 dropout is for Wolf Alice and "Blue Weekend" (HP-9, WI10-1), which plummets thirty chart-rungs to land down at No.39. TOP 50: The self-titled sets for Dua Lipa (41 to No.44) and Harry Styles (40 to No.47) both move down, while the "Fearless" redo for Taylor Swift falls fifteen spots to land at No.48. Two further Top 10 entries from last week fall into the lower fifty, "Nowhere Generation" for Rise Against (HP-4) and the 20th Ann.Ed. of The Avalanches first set "Since I Left You" (HP-5), while this week's U.S. No.1 Album for Lil' Baby and Lil' Durk called "The Voice of the Heroes" leaves from its No.20 entry position too.
NEW ENTRIES: * #2 (LP#18) - Butterfly 3000 by King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard (KGLW/Inertia)
* #3 (LP#3) - Hall of Fame by Polo G (Columbia)
* #5 (LP#7) - No Gods No Masters by Garbage (STUNVOLUME/Liberation)
* #10 (LP#2) - Gardens by Sly Withers (Dew Process)
* #11 (LP#7) - Jordi by Maroon 5 (Interscope) is the seventh studio album for the U.S. rock band and their first album since their debut set "Songs About Jane" NOT to debut within the Top 10, although that album did become their only No.1, six months after it first entered the charts. But for now this album comes in at No.11, and overall this is their ninth Top 100 entry (7 studios, 1 Best of, 1 Live). The album contains their current Top 50 entry "Beautiful Mistakes" (TW-43, HP-36) and former No.2 single "Memories" (LW-100).
* #13 (LP#4) - Culture III by Migos (Quality Control/Motown) is the fourth studio album for the U.S. hip hop trio, and by coming in at No.13 it matches the same peak that "Culture II" achieved in early February of 2018, while they've also previously charted with "Culture" (LP#2, HP-26, Feb. 2017) and "Yung Rich Nation" (LP#1, HP-54, Aug. 2015).
* #25 (LP#3) - The Art of Letting Go by Andrew Swift (Andrew Swift/ABC Country) is the third album for the local country singer and his first ARIA Top 100 chart entry, while this new album comes in at No.2 on the ARIA Country chart, it also becomes his second to enter that chart, as his March 2018 second set "Call Out for the Cavalry" made it to No.1 on that chart.
* #38 (LP#5) - Ancient Dreams in a Modern Land by MARINA (Atlantic) is the second solo and fifth overall album for Marina (and The Diamonds formerly), plus her fifth to chart after "The Family Jewels" (LP#1, HP-79, 2010), "Electra Heart" (LP#2, HP-32, May 2012), "Froot" (LP#3, HP-12, March 2015) and her first solo entry was "Love + Fear" (LP#4, HP-22, May 2019).
* #46 (Live#1) - The Night They Came Home by Mr. Bungle (Ipecac) is the first live set issued by the American rock act from California, while it becomes their third entry on the ARIA Album Charts, as they previously charted with "Disco Volante" (LP#2, HP-40, Nov. 1995) and last years "The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny (demo)" (LP#4, HP-6, Nov, 2020).
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Thank you Bulion! Weird because Chromatica's exclusive vinyl made it re-enter all the charts around the world and it was also on sale in Australia on RSD, maybe its sales haven't been reported to ARIA yet.