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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - ARIA Chartifacts 29th of November, 2021

New Releases w/c Friday 26th of November, 2021.

* collected by bulion and collated by hijinx.

* New Albums coming this week from Black Label Society, Alan Walker, Deep Purple, ChillinIt, Westlife, Rufus Wainwright, Aaliyah, Lordi.
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DLVS  FINE BY MEMORGENSony
DLVS V-2-DecDOORS GO UPVAYNESony
DL   Always Been YouJessie MurphColumbia/Sony
DL   OUTRUN MYSELFJack Kays with Travis BarkerHills Nation/Columbia/Sony
DL   Wild Side - KAYTRANADA RemixNormani feat. KAYTRANADAKeep Cool/RCA/Sony
DL   Can't Get Over YouGabry Ponte feat. Aloe BlaccColumbia/Sony
DL   Rich GirlTCTS, CHAMELEON LIME WHOOPIEPIEVirgin/Sony
 VS  MUNDANEGALDIVESony
 VS  SWIMMING POOLSIOAKIMSony
 VS  Y U NO LIKE MEKANADA THE LOOPSony
 VS 27thWHITE CHRISTMASDELTA GOODREMSony
 VS 1-DecPOCKETGALDIVESony
DL  2-DecCRUISE N CRASH (LITEK & RNDM BEATS REFIX EDITION) (2 tracks)BIPOLAR SUNSHINESony
 VS 2-DecCRUISE N CRASHBIPOLAR SUNSHINESony
       
DL   What's Not To LikeLime Cordiale x Idris ElbaChugg Music/MGM
DL   Where We Left OffThe Sea GypsiesMGM
DL   Fall In Love EP (5 tracks)Hayley MaryAngel Meat/MGM
DL   Lonely HunterMason HopeRed Rebel Music/MGM
DL   All The WayMzUkiMGM
DL   Tell YouSuz DorahyBeverley Hillbilly Records/MGM
       
   VinylChaise LongueWet LegDomino/UMA
DLVS  Left Outside AloneJaakko Eino KaleviDomino/UMA
DL   Lyrdebird Park (8 track EP)NookyBad Apples/UMA
DL   Sweet TalkerYears & Years, GalantisPolydor/UMA
DL   Still CareMuroki feat. NASAYAOlive/UMA
DL   Break My HeartHook N Sling, Nico & VinzVirgin/UMA
DL   2getherMura MasaPolydor/UMA
DL   don't miss meClaire RosinkranzPurple Monkey/Republic/UMA
DL   Another day in AmericaKali Uchis with OzunaInterscope/UMA
DL   Midas TouchAURORADecca/UMA
DL   Just the Thing (Remixes)PaulMac feat. Peta MorrisEMI Australia/UMA
DLVS  My MindSahxlEMI Australia/UMA
DL   Keep Facing the SunshineWilliam CrightonABC Music
       
   VinylJOHNNY APPLESEED (2 tracks)JOE STRUMMER & MESCALEROSBMG/Warner
   CDBETTER DAYSSMITH \ KOTZENBMG/Warner
DL   Wash My Sorrows AwayBudjerahWarner
DL   IDCdaineAtlantic/Warner
DL   TrapsBloc PartyInfectious/BMG/Warner
DL   SafetyKat EdwardsBMG/Warner
       
   VinylMoving Objects (6 track EP)murmurmurmurmurmur/Inertia
   VinylRenditions I (2 tracks)Oneohtrix Point NeverWarp/Inertia
       
DL   Mr ReggaeL.A.B.Loop Recordings Aot(ear)oa
DL   Just FineTaj RalphTaj Ralph
DL   Want What I Can't HaveIvy AdaraIvy Adara
DL   64 BarsNerveBelieve
DL   love sux… but does it really?JXNCity Pop Records
DL   Way OutDear SeattleDomestic La La
DL   Down BadYNG ONEYNG ONE
DL   You're Not Harry StylesDylanKHAOS/AWAL Recordings
DL   Make Me FeelTyron HapiTeamwrk Records
DL   We Are Not Alone (Single from “La Panthère Des Neiges” Original Soundtrack)Nick Cave, Warren EllisINVADA/Lakeshore
DL   GratefulKota the FriendFLTBYS
DL   STAY DOWNMason DaneDB Music
DL   Shady IntentionsNGHTMRE, Zeds Dead feat. Tori LevettUltra Records
DL   2 SecondsKennyon BrownFutureNow Music
DL   Silver & HoneyPaddy EchoPaddy Leishman
DL   Destroy Myself Just For YouMontell FishLord's Child.
DL   Ride AlongAYLAEgo
DL   HoneyJordy MaxwellJordy Maxwell
DL   TruthfullyThe Moving StillsSureshaker
DL   Now What?LitheLithe
DL   ShamemidwxstSimple Stupid/Geffen
DL   finding rhythmNEIL FRANCES, GRAENettwerk Music Group
DL   LUVMalek Lasike43 Space Studios
DL   PainSLUMBERJACK, TWERL, josh panSLUMBERJACK
DL   I'd Kiss YouElle MurphyTeamwrk Records
DL   HumanJohn Summit feat. EchoesParlophone Records
DL   Chose MeBlueface, BlxstEntertainment One Music
DL   TimeTOTEK, Allysha JoyTOTEK
DL   OceanJAY1One Wave
DL   When This Is OverCousin Tony's Brand New FirebirdDouble Drummer
DL   WESTSIDENardeanElefant Traks
DL   Daughters & SonsBabyface Mal66 Records
DL   all i knowLorettaLoretta
DL   I Got YouGeorgia LinesGeorgia Lines
DL   HeavenDHEM, Skenzo, Miggz, Diggy Dupé, StunnaDHEMOGRAPHIC
DL   HaloBlack CabInterstate 40 Music
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Silver VDLCD2xVinylDoom Crew IncBlack Label SocietySpinefarm/Virgin/Sony
 DL  World Of WalkerAlan WalkerMER Recordings/Sony
 DL  Turning to CrimeDeep PurpleearMUSIC/Edel
Colour V  VinylPROMISED LANDELVIS PRESLEYRCA/Sony
   VinylCAROLE KING IN CONCERT LIVE AT THE BBC, 1971 (RSD EXCLUSIVE)CAROLE KINGSony
Clear V  VinylNETHER LANDSDAN FOGELBERGColumbia/Sony
   2xVinylONCE AGAIN (RSD EXCLUSIVE)JOHN LEGENDColumbia/Sony
White V  VinylSONGS OF LOVE AND HATE (50TH ANNIVERSARY - RSD EXCLUSIVE)LEONARD COHENColumbia/Sony
   VinylNOW (RSD EXCLUSIVE)MAXWELLColumbia/Sony
   2xVinylLIVE-EVIL (RSD EXCLUSIVE)MILES DAVISColumbia/Sony
Picture V  VinylNO MORE TEARS (RSD EXCLUSIVE)OZZY OSBOURNEColumbia/Sony
   VinylPARIS 67 (RSD EXCLUISVE)THE JIMI HENDRIX EXPERIENCEColumbia/Sony
Red V  2xVinylHONEYSUCKLE ROSEWILLIE NELSON & FAMILYColumbia/Sony
   VinylJUDAS TREEGRETTA ZILLERABC Music/Sony
   2xVinylGANGS OF NEW HOLLANDTHE RUMJACKSFour I Four/Sony
Red/White V  VinylHAUNTING THE CHAPELSLAYERMetalblade/Sony
Grey/Blue V  VinylLIVE UNDEADSLAYERMetalblade/Sony
Orange/Red V  VinylSHOW NO MERCYSLAYERMetalblade/Sony
       
 DLCD Family TiesChillinit420 Family
  2CD Ringside (Deluxe Edition) (2003)Cold ChiselCold Chisel Music
 DLCD Christmas on the Station (re-issue)Slim DustyEMI Australia/UMA
 DLCDVinylWorshipHypocrisyNuclear Blast
Green VDLCDVinylHenkiRichard Dawson & CircleDomino/UMA
       
 DLCD WILD DREAMSWESTLIFEWarner
  11CD18xVinylBRILLIANT ADVENTURE 1992-2001DAVID BOWIEParlophone UK/Warner
  CDVinylLIVERUFUS WAINWRIGHT & AMSTERDAM SINFONIETTABMG/Warner
  10CD THE OFFICIAL LIVE BOOTLEGS, VOLUME ONEASIABMG/Warner
 DL VinylTHE PHANTOM TOMORROWBLACK VEIL BRIDESADA/Warner
  2CD3xVinylLIVE AT THE TROUBADOURDARYL HALL & JOHN OATESBMG/Warner
Red V  2xVinylTHE LÖST TAPES VOL. 1MOTÖRHEADBMG/Warner
   4xVinylVOL. 2: ACOUSTIC AND AMBIENT SPHERESPOPOL VUHBMG/Warner
   VinylJOYRIDE (1991)ROXETTEParlophone Sweden/Warner
Orange V  VinylW.L. (LIVE AT STIRLING CASTLE)THE SNUTSParlophone UK/Warner
Blue V  VinylLITTLE GIRL BLUENINA SIMONEBMG/Warner
Pink V  VinylHEAD FIRST (2010)GOLDFRAPPBMG/Warner
   2xVinylMEO SUO I EYRUM VIO SPILUM ENDALAUST (2008)SIGUR ROSADA/Warner
Yellow V  VinylABSOLUTELY (1980)MADNESSBMG/Warner
Orange V  VinylALL YOU CAN EAT (1995)K.D. LANGWarner
White V  VinylPICTURES AT AN EXHIBITION (1971)EMERSON, LAKE & PALMERBMG/Warner
   VinylNAZARETH (1971)NAZARETHBMG/Warner
Purple V  VinylASSAULT & BATTERY (1981)ROSE TATTOOBMG/Warner
   VinylSLADE IN FLAME (1974)SLADEBMG/Warner
Red V  VinylIT'S 2 EASY (1966)THE EASYBEATSBMG/Warner
Yellow V  VinylJPY (1976)JOHN PAUL YOUNGBMG/Warner
   VinylYOU SHOULD BE HERE (2015)KEHLANIAtlantic/Warner
   VinylWHILE WE WAIT (2019)KEHLANIAtlantic/Warner
   2xVinylSWEETSEXYSAVAGE (2017)KEHLANIAtlantic/Warner
       
 DL  Wangangarangku Rungkanu (Lightning Strikes) - REMASTEREDIlkari MaruCAAMA Music/MGM
 DL  Light On - REMASTEREDAreyonga Desert TigersCAAMA Music/MGM
 DL  Where I BelongTrevor AdamsonCAAMA Music/MGM
 DL  Kanga Julu PiwaYartulu Yartulu BandCAAMA Music/MGM
  CD2xVinylLive at the Village VanguardChristian McBride & Inside StraightMack Avenue/Planet-MGM
  CD Live 1990DevoTimeline/Planet-MGM
  CD Live In MontevideoThe RamonesTimeline/Planet-MGM
  CD A Christmas AlbumGareth KochFoghorn Records/MGM
  CDCassPonoA Great Big Pile of LeavesTopshelf Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylI Thought Of YouJulie DoironYou've Changed Records/Planet-MGM
  3CD Scheherazade And Other StoriesRenaissanceEsoteric/Planet-MGM
  CD3xVinylThe Middle Eastern Soul of Carlee RecordsSouren BaronianModern Harmonic/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylOmniverseSun RaModern Harmonic/Planet-MGM
       
 DLCD I CARE 4 UAaliyahEmpire/Inertia
 DL2CD Ultimate AaliyahAaliyahEmpire/Inertia
Colour VDL VinylLive On The InternetAll Them WitchesNew West Records/Inertia
  CD2xVinylAnother DayChris LiebingMute/Inertia
  CD2xVinylIowa DreamArthur RussellRough Trade/Inertia
  CD2xVinylWorld of Echo (1986)Arthur RussellRough Trade/Inertia
 DL VinylDark Days + CanapesGhostpoetPlay It Again Sam/Inertia
  CD The End Of An Era (Deluxe)Iggy AzaleaEmpire/Inertia
   2xVinylREMIX EDJARV IS…Rough Trade/Inertia
Blue/Yellow VDL 2xVinylWhen There's Love AroundKieferStones Throw/Inertia
White VDLCDVinylThe Path Of The CloudsMarissa NadlerBella Union/Inertia
 DLCD Gather Up (Ten Years on Acid Jazz)Matt BerryAcid Jazz/Inertia
Colour V  3xVinylEP x 3Mogwai[PIAS]/Inertia
       
Red V  VinylBreakin' HeartsHayley JensenSocial Family Records
   2xVinylWait Long By The River And The Bodies Of Your Enemies Will Float By (2005)The DronesBang
 DL  Silver LiningsKaylee BellKaylee Bell
 DL  Lordiversity - SuperflytrapLordiAFM Records/Soulfood Music


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 2xVinylTHE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK by DANIEL PEMBERTONColumbia/Sony
 VinylTHE MATRIX (2000)ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK by DON DAVISConcord/UMA
Singles Chartifacts:

Adele regains the No.1 spot in Australia with "Easy on Me", the same week that it's parent album "30" also debuts at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart.

"Easy on Me" initially spent two weeks at No.1 on October 25th and November 1st, 2021, being the 1108th No.1 Single in Australia, the tenth for 2021, as well as the 129th song to debut at No.1 locally. Last week Taylor Swift held the top of both charts, and now this week Adele does the same, while nine further tracks from her fourth set "30" also land within the Top 50, while three older tracks shoot back up and into the Top 100 section.

Last week's Taylor double is taken over this week by an Adelble (Adele-double), becoming the 138th instance of this chart feat occurring (since 1965), and it now becomes Adele's third such anomaly, having previous scored the double #1's with "Someone Like You" (TW-54) and "21" (TW-10) for seven weeks from June 27th, 2011 and then again with "Hello" (TW-85) and "25" (TW-7) for two weeks on November 30th and December 7th, 2015. And with it being a week-on-week-double #1's, it also becomes the third time in Australian Chart History that a dual occupation had done so again the following week. The previous two were the 'Coyote Ugly' soundtrack and it's lead single "Can't Fight the Moonlight" by LeAnn Rimes for six weeks between 22nd of Jan., 2001 to 26th of Feb., 2001 followed the week after on March 5th, 2001 by Eminem's "Stan" and it's parent album "The Marshall Mathers LP" for a single week. The first swap over also created it's own chart feat too, as one group did it with one album and two songs, ABBA, with "Mamma Mia" ending it's run on January 5th, 1976 and then replacing themselves on January 12th, 1976 with "SOS", while at the same time having the No.1 album in the country with their self-titled set.

"Easy on Me" is now spending it's sixth week within the Top 3, and the track is newly ▲Platinum in sales, three weeks after it went Gold, while the song remains at No.1 in her homeland of England for a sixth straight week, her longest running No.1 single there now, while the track returns to the top of the charts in Ireland (5th week), New Zealand (4th week) and also Germany (9 to No.1, 2nd week), while it will most like reclaim the top in both America and Canada after Taylor's "All Too Well" debuted at No.1 in both of those countries last week.

Adele becomes the first act from England to reclaim a No.1 spot in Australia since Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" retook the top spot on it's 14th & 15th week at No.1 here from April 24th, 2017, plus 'Easy' is also the seventh song to regain the No.1 spot in Australia this decade and the second for 2021 (as "Mood" did so in the first week of the year). Adele also increases her overall weeks at No.1 in Australia to now sixteen weeks from her three chart-topping songs, moving her up from 58th to now equal 50th on the listing for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Singles (1940 to 2021)' alongside Whitney Houston, Shaggy and Shakira who've all had sixteen weeks from three #1's, while Taylor Swift also reached 16 weeks last week, but she's done it with eight No.1 songs.

Not only does Adele claim both No.1 chart crowns this week, she also lands her sixth and seventh Top 10 entry, as two of her nine new entries land within Top 10. Coming in at No.6 is "Oh My God", followed by "I Drink Wine" at No.10, which also means that her new album "30" has had more Top 10 entries in Australia than her three previous sets, as "21" scored two and "25" had one, while she also claimed a No.5 spot with her Bond theme "Skyfall" in 2012.

That aforementioned eighth No.1 single for Taylor Swift and "All Too Well (Taylor's Version)" swaps places with Adele this week and is down a spot to No.2, after which are three non-movers in "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" for Elton John and Dua Lipa at No.3 (newly 2x▲Platinum, previously only Gold), "Stay" for The Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber at No.4 and "Shivers" for Ed Sheeran at No.5, while Ed's "Bad Habits" drops down a spot to No.7, it's lowest spot within the Top 10 so far. "Bad Habits" is also getting closer to tying or beating Ed's previous 'Longest Top 10' tracks in "Shape of You" (24 weeks) and "Perfect" (25 weeks), as "BH's" now grabs it's 22nd week within the Top 10.

Ed's 22 weeks is almost half as much as the current 'Longest Running Top 10 Singles of all Time in Australia' record holder, as "Heat Waves" by Glass Animals logs it's 43rd overall week within the Aussie Top 10 as the songs drops down one spot this week to No.8, followed by the fourth and final non-mover within the ten, Lil Nas X's "Industry Baby" at No.9.

UP:
TOP 20: The only song climbing into the Top 20 this week is last weeks No.39 riser for Acraze and Cherish with his cover of their song "Do it To it", which leaps up twenty-three spots to land at No.16, now over fifty places higher than the original peak of No.67 for the original Cherish version in 2006.
TOP 30: no climbing tracks here.
TOP 40: Leaping fifty places to land at a new peak of No.35 is a Top 100 entry from last week for Imagine Dragons feat. JID called "Enemy" taken from the Netflix series for Arcane called 'League of Legends', the only climbing song within this chart region.
TOP 50: Three local acts climb within the Top 50, dance acts SHouse with "Love Tonight" (42 to No.41) and Jolyon Petch's cover of "Dreams" (44 to No.42), plus Kid Laroi and "Without You", back up five spots to No.47. Also back up two spots are "Acapulco" for Jason DeRulo and the original Fleetwood Mac version of "Dreams" to No.44 and No.45 respectively. Older Adele songs to leap back up this week after her week of whirlwind-worldwide interviews and concerts, "Rolling in the Deep" (87 to No.46), "Someone Like You" (84 to No.54) and "Hello" (returns at No.85).

DOWN:
TOP 20: The two songs leaving the Top 10 this week are from Silk Sonic and "Smokin' Out the Window" (HP-8, WI10-1) down five to No.13 and Post Malone and The Weeknd's teaming on "One Right Now" (HP-9, WI10-2), falling four to No.14. And the two songs which left the Top 10 last week drop again this week in "That's What I Want" for Lil' Nas X (14 to No.19) and "Meet Me at Our Spot" for The Anxiety (13 to No.20).
TOP 30: Olivia Rodrigo sees her first week of 2021 where she doesn't have a song within the Top 20, as her highest charted track this week is her second No.1 single "Good 4 U", which drops down five spots to No.22, followed by larger drops from NEIKED with "Better Days" (16 to No.23) and Billie Eilish with "Happier Than Ever" (15 to No.24). There are eight place falls for "Love Nwantiti (Ah Ah Ah)" by CKAY and "Beggin" by Maneskin to No.26 and No.28 respectively, while Ed Sheeran's "Overpass Graffiti" drops seven to No.29 and Dua Lipa's "Levitating" declines six spots to land at No.30.
TOP 40: Coldplay and BTS fall six spots to No.34 with "My Universe", while the biggest dropping acts into the Top 40 are Swedish House Mafia and The Weeknd with "Moth to a Flame", falling ten places to land at No.36, followed by a five place slide to No.37 for Doja Cat's "Woman"...
TOP 50: ...while her next falling track "Need to Know" declines six spots to No.43. Taylor Swift has only three songs within the Top 50 this week, and eight within the Top 100, with two of those Top 50 entries being from her redone 'Red' set issued last week, her current No.2 single and the track that falls thirty spots this week to No.49, "Run (Taylor's version) (from the Vault)".

FURTHER NEW ENTRIES:
* #6 - Oh My God by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #10 - I Drink Wine by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #11 - My Little Love by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #15 - Can I Get it by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #18 - Strangers by Nature by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #21 - Cry Your Heart Out by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #25 - To Be Loved by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #31 - Hold On by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)
* #33 - All Night Parking by Adele with Erroll Garner (Melted Stone/Columbia) are all taken from her fourth studio album "30" which also becomes her third No.1 Album in Australia this week, and with her current No.1 single "Easy on Me", ten of the twelve tracks from the new album have made it into the Top 40 this week, with only three older singles charting lower (the two other new LP tracks didn't chart).

* #17 - abcdeFU by Gayle (Atlantic) is the first chart entry for the 17 year old Nashville-based singer, who only signed with Atlantic records earlier this year, with this song so far cracking the Top 10 in Norway (#5), Finland (#6), Germany and Ireland (both #7), while landing a Top 20 berth in Greece, Hungary, Lithuania, Sweden, Switzerland, England and New Zealand so far.

* #50 - Enchanted by Taylor Swift (Big Machine) is a 2010 track from her "Speak Now" album, which is charting for the first time thanks to recently going viral on TikTok, while it is also one of eight Top 100 entries for Taylor this week, seven from her redone 'Red' set and now this new entry.
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Singles; New Entries:
6Oh My GodAdelehttps://youtu.be/PfwIpoVMvNsMelted Stone/Columbia
10I Drink WineAdelehttps://youtu.be/axUh_2fTLe4Melted Stone/Columbia
11My Little LoveAdelehttps://youtu.be/cgb4TvZEpKoMelted Stone/Columbia
15Can I Get itAdelehttps://youtu.be/w6VpznmUoaMMelted Stone/Columbia
17abcdeFUGaylehttps://youtu.be/NaFd8ucHLuoAtlantic
18Strangers by NatureAdelehttps://youtu.be/EFIfRhk8NRcMelted Stone/Columbia
21Cry Your Heart OutAdelehttps://youtu.be/2AxRO7EJX9IMelted Stone/Columbia
25To Be LovedAdelehttps://youtu.be/_dlExeOyFh4Melted Stone/Columbia
31Hold OnAdelehttps://youtu.be/yoHS2T32Z5oMelted Stone/Columbia
33All Night ParkingAdele with Erroll Garnerhttps://youtu.be/vjtbafmOjcYMelted Stone/Columbia
50EnchantedTaylor Swifthttps://youtu.be/PnjDqXlVDB0Big Machine

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Albums Chartifacts:

Six years to the date since her last No.1 entry, this week Adele takes her fourth studio album "30" straight in at No.1 on the ARIA Albums Chart.

"30" by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia) becomes the 933rd No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2021), the 783rd for ARIA (1983 to 2021), the 569th to debut at No.1, the 33rd No.1 for 2021, the 52nd No.1 Album for Columbia, and now the third for Adele after her second set "21" (32 weeks from May 2nd, 2011 over five separate runs at No.1) and her third album "25" (8 broken weeks from the 30th of November, 2015 from two runs in the top spot). The new album has also landed first week at No.1 in England (their highest first week sales of the year), Ireland and New Zealand.

Adele also grabs the top spot on both the single and albums' charts this week, as she climbs back to the top with "30's" lead single "Easy on Me", plus nine further tracks from the album land within the Top 40 this week and two of them are Top 10 berths in the first week (increasing her singles T10 tally to now seven in total). The dual No.1's become the 138th instance of this chart feat occurring (since 1965), and it now becomes Adele's third such anomaly, having previous scored the double #1's with "Someone Like You" (TW-54) and "21" (TW-10) for seven weeks from June 27th, 2011 and then again with "Hello" (TW-85) and "25" (TW-7) for two weeks on November 30th and December 7th, 2015. And with it being a week-on-week-double #1's, it also becomes the third time in Australian Chart History that a dual occupation had done so again the following week. The previous two were the 'Coyote Ugly' soundtrack and it's lead single "Can't Fight the Moonlight" by LeAnn Rimes for six weeks between 22nd of Jan., 2001 to 26th of Feb., 2001 followed the week after on March 5th, 2001 by Eminem's "Stan" and it's parent album "The Marshall Mathers LP" for a single week. The first swap over also created it's own chart feat too, as one group did it with one album and two songs, ABBA, with "Mamma Mia" ending it's run on January 5th, 1976 and then replacing themselves on January 12th, 1976 with "SOS", while at the same time having the No.1 album in the country with their self-titled set.

Talking of ABBA, they recently scored a No.1 album (Nov. 15th) with "Voyage", which increased their overall weeks at No.1 in Australia to 40 weeks, and now Adele increases her tally of weeks at the top of the Albums chart to 41 weeks, making her outright seventh on the list for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums (1965 to 2021)', putting her just behind Ed Sheeran (42 weeks) and Pink (43 weeks), which she could surpass in the next few weeks if she holds the top spot.

"30" by Adele is not the first album with the number or word '30/thirty' in it's title, as this is now the third overall, with the previous two being "30 #1 Hits" for Elvis Presley (4 weeks from 30th of Sept., 2002) and "30:30 Hindsight" by Jimmy Barnes (1 week in 8th of Sept., 2014). Adele also becomes the second Solo English Female singer to land a No.1 album during 2021, as Dua Lipa did so for a week on March 22nd with "Future Nostalgia'', while overall this is now the 166th No.1 Album by an English act (solo male or female, duo or group) and the sixth for 2021, while for Solo Female Artists (local or overseas) Adele's new set becomes the 149th overall and the thirteenth for this year. Lastly of the six Solo Female English artists that have hit No.1 in Australia, Adele now pulls into the lead with her third No.1 album, breaking away from second placed Dido (2 #1's), while on one apiece are Leona Lewis, Lily Allen, Birdy and Dua Lipa.

The 28th studio and first seasonal/Xmas album for local artist Paul Kelly called "Paul Kelly's Christmas Train" has started it's chart run in the first week at No.2, becoming his twelfth Top 10 album and also his sixth Top 3 album, with his last Top 10 entry being August 2020's teaming with Paul Grazbowsky and "Please Leave Your Light on" (HP-3). The 22 tracks on the album contains covers of classic Xmas songs like "Silent Night", "Little Drummer Boy" and "Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)", plus the album also features guests such as Linda Bull, Emma Donovan, Marlon Williams, Lior, Dan Kelly, Kasey Chambers, Waleed Aly and Kate Miller-Heidke along with an updated version of his classic seasonal single "How to Make Gravy".

This week's U.S. and Canadian No.1 debut is last weeks chart-topping album in Taylor Swift's redone "Red (Taylor's Version)", which here drops down two places to land at No.3, with the third and fourth former No.1 album within the Top 10 being "= (Equals)" for Ed Sheeran down one to No.4 and ABBA's "Voyage" dipping two places to land at No.5.

The third and final Top 10 debut this week comes in at No.6, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band with "The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts", which were recorded at Madison Square Gardens on the 21st and 22nd of September, 1979, with many of the tracks being live recordings from his prior albums "Darkness on the Edge of Town" (1978) and "Born to Run" (1975), plus upcoming tracks from his 1980 album "The River", and covers of "Stay" featuring Tom Petty and the medley "Devil with the Blue Dress on/Good Golly Miss Molly". This is the sixth live album from Bruce Springsteen, the fifth to chart here and his third to make it to the Top 10 since his first "Live '75-'85" hit No.3 in December of 1986.

Not only does Adele have the new No.1 Album in the country, she also has all four of her albums within the Top 30, three of them residing inside the Top 10, as her last album from six years ago this week "25" rises back up four spots to No.7, and her third set (and first #1 here) "21" jumps up thirteen spots to land at No.10. She has achieved this feat once before on March 20th, 2017 as she was at No.2 with "25", No.4 with "21" and No.9 with "19" thanks to her touring here. In between the two Adele albums are "SOUR" for Olivia Rodrigo and "Planet Her" by Doja Cat, both rising back up one spot each to No.8 and No.9 respectively.

UP:
TOP 20: Justin Bieber's "Justice" set rises back up two spots to No.12, while Dua Lipa's "Future Nostalgia" is back up one spot to No.14. Returning to the chart in between those two climbers is a re-entry at No.13 for Delta Goodrem's "Only Santa Knows" set, which has been expanded with four extra tracks for this year's edition, and is one of two Top 50 returning Xmas albums this week.
TOP 30: Ed Sheeran's third set "÷ (Divide)" is back up three places to No.24, with the only other rising album into the Top 30 being Adele's debut set "19" (HP-3x3), leaping back up forty spots to No.29.
TOP 40: Two albums re-enter the chart this week within the Top 40; first is the second studio album for Frenzal Rhomb called "Not So Tough Now", which peaked at No.53 in late July of 1996, and now thanks to a vinyl reissue, it sets a new peak by coming back this week at No.34. The other re-entry occurs at No.40, the tenth anniversary edition of Michael Buble's "Christmas" album, which has been expanded with five new tracks, including a duet of "Winter Wonderland" with Rod Stewart and a newly penned track "The Christmas Sweater" and his cover of "Let it Snow".
TOP 50: Thanks to a vinyl issue of their latest album, twenty one pilots and "Scaled & Icy" returns to the chart at No.44, with the only album climbing within the Top 50 being "AM" for The Arctic Monkeys, back up three spots to No.49.

DOWN:
TOP 20: The first of five albums to leave the Top 10 this week starts with "An Evening with Silk Sonic" (HP-4, WI10-1), dropping down seven spots to land at No.11. Drake's "Certified Lover Boy" dips three spots to No.15, Kid Laroi's "F**k Love" mixtapes is down two to No.19, while the anniversary edition of Nirvana's "Nevermind" drops back down seven to No.20 after blasting back in at No.13 last week.
TOP 30: For the second time this year, a Sony act has had their new best of collection certified in it's second week of charting, as the Little Mix GH's set "Between Us'' (HP-8, WI10-1) falls fifteen places to land at No.23 and it scores Platinum ▲ in sales (the other one was The Script in October). Former No.1 "Surrender" for Rufus du Sol falls six spots to No.27, while Taylor Swift is stable with "1989" at No.25 and drops down with "folklore" (24 to No.26) and "Fearless (Taylor's Version)" (18 to No.30).
TOP 40: Luke Combs' second album "What You Get is What You See" leaves the safety of the Top 30 for the first time in its 107 weeks upon the chart, down three spots this week to No.32, while Kayne's "Donda" set drops four to No.35 and Taylor's "Lover" set tumbles nine chart-rungs to No.37.
TOP 50: Luke's first entry "This One's for You" and Rod Stewart's entry from last week "The Tears of Hercules" are both down four spots each to No.41 and No.43 respectively, with Rod's oldest mate Elton John dipping six to No.45 with his latest album "The Lockdown Sessions". There are also five place dips for the INXS "Very Best of" (41 to No.46) and Pop Smoke's "Shoot for the Stars..." (42 to No.47). The three other dropouts from last weeks Top 10 which fall into the lower fifty this week were from Courtney Barnett and "Things Take Time, Take Time" (5 to No.63, WI10-1), "Forever" for Flight Facilities (6 to No.84, WI10-1) and the repackaged and expanded "Disco" for Kylie Minogue (7 to No.91, three overall weeks within the Top 10).

FURTHER NEW ENTRIES:
* #1 (LP#4) - 30 by Adele (Melted Stone/Columbia)

* #2 (X#1/LP#28) - Paul Kelly's Christmas Train by Paul Kelly (Gawd Aggie)

* #6 (Live#6) - The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts by Bruce Springsteen (Columbia)

* #18 (Colab#2) - Raise the Roof by Robert Plant & Alison Krauss (Warner UK) is now the second collaboration between the Led Zeppelin lead singer Robert and the bluegrass/country singer Alison, having first teamed up for the Grammy Award winning set "Raising Sand", which made it to No.45 here in early March of 2009, with this album containing thirteen covers and an original penned by Plant and T. Bone Burnett called "High and Lonesome", the albums second issued single from October.

* #28 (LP#66) - Happy Together by Andre Rieu & the Johanna Strauss Orchestra (Universal) is the 66th album for the Orchestra leader, and his first entry since his seasonal set "Jolly Holiday", which debuted and peaked at No.10 in late November of 2020.
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Albums; New Entries:
130Adele30 (Adele album) - WikipediaMelted Stone/ColumbiaA4
2Paul Kelly's Christmas TrainPaul KellyPaul Kelly's Christmas Train - WikipediaGawd AggieX1/A28
6The Legendary 1979 No Nukes ConcertsBruce SpringsteenThe Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts - WikipediaColumbiaL7
18Raise the RoofRobert Plant & Alison KraussRaise the Roof (album) - WikipediaWarner UKColab2
28Happy TogetherAndre Rieu & Johanna Strauss OrchestraAndré Rieu - WikipediaUniversalA66
34Not So Tough NowFrenzal RhombNot So Tough Now - WikipediaFrenzal Rhomb/CarolineA2
52Butterfly (EP)ThornhillThornhill (band) - WikipediaUNFD/OrchardEP2
64The BridgeStingThe Bridge (Sting album) - WikipediaA&MA15
69The Stars Beneath My Feet (2004 - 2021)James BluntJames Blunt discography - WikipediaAtlanticGH1
88Physical (Deluxe Edition) (40th Ann. Ed.)Olivia Newton-JohnPhysical (Olivia Newton-John album) - WikipediaPrimary Wave/UMAA12.1
96MotorheartThe DarknessThe Darkness discography - WikipediaCooking Vinyl UKA7


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New Certifications:
Singles;
Easy on Me by Adele ▲
Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) by Elton John & Dua Lipa ▲2
Someone You Loved by Lewis Capaldi ▲12
All I Want for Christmas is You by Mariah Carey ▲8
Take My Breath by The Weeknd ●
Circles by Post Malone ▲9
My Happiness by Powderfinger ▲6

Albums;
Between Us by Little Mix ▲
Don't Smile at Me (EP) by Billie Eilish ▲2

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 19th to the 25th of November, 2021.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.
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Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
12Taylor Swift - Red (Taylor's Version)
21Taylor Swift - I Knew You Were Trouble (Taylor's Version)
25Taylor Swift - State Of Grace (Taylor's Version)
27Taylor Swift - 22 (Taylor's Version)
29Juice WRLD - Already Dead
31Taylor Swift (feat Phoebe Bridgers) - Nothing New (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault)
33Taylor Swift - Message In A Bottle (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault)
34Taylor Swift - We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together (Taylor's Version)
38Taylor Swift - Treacherous (Taylor's Version)
41Silk Sonic - Leave The Door Open
43Taylor Swift - I Bet You Think About Me (Taylor's Version) (From The Vault)
45Taylor Swift - I Almost Do (Taylor's Version)
48Polo G - Bad Man (Smooth Criminal)
49Drake (feat 21 Savage & Project Pat) - Knife Talk
50Tai Verdes - A-O-K
New certs below the Top 50:

Powderfinger - My Happiness: 6x Platinum
Post Malone - Circles: 9x Platinum
Strange to not see Adele's Woman Like Me and Love Is a Game in the top 50...I thought they would have been streamed enough to be there?
Yeah I think they've been excluded though I'm waiting tonight to see Spotify's weekly chart to be sure.
So back to a semblance of normal next week then? I mean if rihanna announced her album was out next week we'd get a slew of tracks off that but pretty safe to say her album is not out next week.
Frustrating that Woman Like Me and Love Is A Game were excluded.
chartifacts updated for this week.

"Mariah's "All I Want..." is back in at No.76, the only lower return apart from the aforementioned "Hello" by Adele at No.85.
Little Mix' Between Us is Platinum Gavin
fixed I.E., thanks for noticing that.


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