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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - 220110 ARIA Chartifacts 10th of January, 2022

New Releases w/c Friday 7th of January, 2022.

* collected by bulion and collated by hijinx.

* New albums coming this week from The Weeknd, RuPaul, Dope Lemon, Saweetie and Twin Atlantic.
DL   Good BeerSeaforth, Jordan DavisArista/Sony
DL   Circles Around This TownMaren MorrisColumbia/Sony
DL   Chitty BangLeikeli47Hardcover/RCA/Sony
DL   Purple SunCannonsColumbia/Sony
DL   One SymphonySwedish House Mafia feat. Jacob MuhlradRepublic/UMA
DL   Fear Of DyingAlison WonderlandEMI/UMA
DL   Don’t Wake Me UpJonas Blue, Why Don't WePositiva/EMI/UMA
DL   A Dangerous ThingAURORADecca/UMA
DL   Million Dollars Worth of Game2 Chainz feat. 42 DuggDef Jam/UMA
DL   in the wake of your leaveGang of YouthsWarner
DL   Golden HourHRVYBMG/Warner
DL   Hard Drive Goldalt-JAtlantic/Warner
DL   BraveElla HendersonAtlantic/Warner
DL   Funny GirlFather John MistySub Pop/Warner
DL   The RoadColin Lillie feat. Catherine BrittBeverly Hillbilly/MGM
DL   Less Than a ManMadi Covlille-WalkerRed Rebel Music/MGM
DL  12thFrom the Belly of a WhaleInfinity BrokeCome to the Dark Side Luke/MGM
DL   You Will Never Work In Television AgainThe SmileXL/Inertia
DL   PermanenceDavid Guetta, MORTENMusical Freedom
DL   Fingers CrossedLauren Spencer-SmithLauren Spencer-Smith
DL   Face To FaceDon Diablo, WATTSHEXAGON
DL   From YouBonobo, JojiNinja Tune
DL   CUTJaguar JonzeNettwerk Music Group
DL   Miserable ManDavid KushnerDavid Kushner
DL   drunk text meLexi JaydeArtist Partner Group
DL   Dear FearKota the FriendFltbys
DL   AlchemyEliezerTOMG
DL   Welcome to the PlayhouseSteve Aoki, Shaquille O'NealDim Mak Records
DL   Been HimmaDom VallieAwesome Music
DL   Entertain MeYlona GarciaPARADISE RISING/88rising Music
DL   Already MineSam ShortSam Short
DL   and i'd go a thousand milesMontell FishLord's Child.
DL   Poor BoyJamie McDell, Tom BusbyABC Music
DL   Questionsr.em.edy, Balaramr.em.edy
DL   Happy New YearLet's Eat GrandmaTransgressive
DL   FeelwitchuTennysonCounter Records
DL   Parallel HeartbreakMoore Kismet, Pauline HerrThrive Music
DL   Why'd You Leave?Sik WorldSik World
DL   DitheringHWLSHWLS Recordings.
DL   Curse Your FailBroken Social Scene, Sebastien GraingerArts & Crafts
DL   Brand NewLaidback Luke, TeezMixmash Records
DL   Fuel For The FireDas Sound Kollektiv, IHAKADas Sound Kollektiv
DL   Place To BePeople of the PA, House Of ShemPrecise Records
DL   Antidawn EP (5 tracks)BurialHyperdub
DL   Urban Angel (5 Track EP)Urban Angel (feat. Ed Sheeran)Urban Angel
DL   The Top Chefs (Remix)De La Soul, DJ Khalid, DJ ChokolateGoodkeys Music
 DL Phy-28thDawn FMThe WeekndXO/Republic/UMA
 DL  If I Can't Have Love, I Want Power (Extended)HalseyCapitol/UMA
 DL  Rose Pink CadillacDOPE LEMONBMG/Warner
 DL  Ancient Dreams In A Modern LandMARINAAtlantic/Warner
 DL  Icy SeasonSaweetieICY/Warner
Pict VDLCD Champagne Problems #DQH1INNAGlobal Records
 DL  MamaRuRuPaulRuCo Inc.
 DL  TransparencyTwin AtlanticStaple Diet//Believe
  CD AudienceAudienceEsoteric/Planet-MGM
  CD WhyDischargeCaptain Oi!/Planet-MGM
  CD Since GrazedEleventh Dream DayComedy Minus One/Planet-MGM
  CD Ward of RosesThe SilverGilead Media/Planet-MGM
Grape V CD The Atlas Underground FloodTom MorelloMom+Pop/Planet-MGM
White V   The UmbrellasThe UmbrellasSlumberland Records/Planet-MGM

DLPhysCompilations Labels
DL En attendant BojanglesSoundtrack by Various ArtistsCuriosa Films/Polydor/UMA

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Singles Chartifacts:

As the tsunami of Christmas songs leaves the chart this week, the non-seasonal tracks flood back up the charts, with the entire Top 50 resurging to fill in the gaps, pushing Elton John & Dua Lipa's "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" back for a sixth overall week at No.1 in Australia.

"Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" for Elton and Dua now becomes Elton's equal longest running No.1 single in Australia, tying with the six weeks achieved by his 1997 tribute track "Candle in the Wind '97"/'Something About the Way You Look Tonight", which had a continual six week run from the first week of October, while this current No.1 raises Elton's 'Longest Running Top 10 Single' status to 21 weeks within the Top 10.

The duet for Elton also retakes the No.1 spot in New Zealand for a sixth week and lands it's first ever week at the top in Canada, becoming his 20th chart-topping single in that country, while here "Cold Heart" is now one of the seven songs this decade to log six weeks at No.1. Elton John also racks up his fifteenth overall week at No.1 in Australia, moving him up the listing for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Singles (1940 to 2022)' from 60th to equal 56th alongside his former duet partner George Michael ("Wrap Her Up" and "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me") who had also racked up 15 weeks from 5 #1's locally, while just ahead of them both is Guy Sebastian and Roy Orbison (15 weeks from 6 #1's).

Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber rebound four places to No.2 with "Stay", which is now spending it's half-year upon the chart (26 weeks), all of which has seen the song within the Top 6 since it's first entered in mid-July of 2021, while the song is now the equal eighth longest running Top 10 of all time in Australia, while the leader again increases it's tally of weeks this week to 49 weeks, the Glass Animals track "Heat Waves", which jumps back up this week five spots to No.4.

The new No.1 single in both Ireland and Germany this week is here back up four spots to No.3 here, the Gayle track "abcdeFU" (HP-2), which could take out the top spot here next week potentially, while former No.1 "Bad Habits" for Ed Sheeran and his No.2 entry "Shivers" both rebound back into the Top 10 this week, 'BH's' is up six to No.5 and 'Shivers' leaps nine spots to No.6, giving both tracks 27 and 16 weeks within the Top 10 respectively, with 'BH's' now the longest running Top 10 single for Ed Sheeran locally.

Adele's "Easy on Me" returns to the English No.1 spot for an eighth overall week at the top there (her longest ever #1 run in the UK), while here the song rebounds five spots to No.7 and lands it's overall eleventh week within the Top 10, with another T10 returning track being the Lil' Nas X entry "Industry Baby", which is up sixteen spots to land at No.9 and scoring a 21st week within the Top 10.

On December 20th, ACraze and Cherish managed to peak at No.9 with their redone collaboration for 'Do it To it", and with the ebbed tide of Xmas songs occurring this week, the song rebounds thirteen spots to land at a new peak of No.8, while the first NEW Top 10 single for 2022 occurs for the latest Lost Frequencies and Calum Scott track "Where Are You Now", which leaps up twenty spots to land at No.10, becoming both the second Top 10 entry for both acts in the process.

There are nothing but upward climbing tracks within the Top 50 this week, with the lowest leap being a seventeen place climb back up to No.14 for Justin Bieber and "Ghost" (31 to No.14, HP-11), every other song moves back up 20+ places. Olivia's second No.1 track "Good 4 U" (33 to No.11) and "Enemy" for Imagine Dragons (39 to a new peak of No.15) are joined by other 20+ climbers like the 29 place leaps for "Levitating" by Dua Lipa (41 to No.12), "That's What I Want" for Lil' Nas X (45 to No.16) and "One Right Now" by Post Malone and The Weeknd (47 to No.18).
The Weeknd just issued his new album "Dawn FM" on Friday, and this week he also climbs back up with "Save Your Tears'' (50 to No.19, one-year chart anniversary), "Blinding Lights'' (75 to No.21) and on the Swedish House Mafia track "Moth to a Flame'' (92 to No.42).
Doja Cat claws her way back up with "Kiss Me More" (43 to No.13) with SZA, who also climbs back up with her latest entry "I Hate U'' (55 to No.31), while Doja is also rebounding with "Woman" (62 to No.28), with the NEIKED and Mae Muller entry "Better Days'' (HP-16x2) zooming backup fifty-one spots to land just behind it's former peak at No.17.
Taylor Swift's "All To Well" is the last track from last week's Top 50 to climb, all of the other entries are either new or rebound from the lower fifty, and her redone song is back up twenty-five spots to No.24, with the next lowest rebound occuring for Maneskin's "Beggin'" (56 to No.29, up 27 spots). Aussie acts SHouse (77 to No.22) and Vance Joy (59 to No.25) rise back up the chart, while The Killers 2004 No.29 single "Mr. Brightside" lands a new peak on the chart this week, as the song leaps up sixty-six spots to land at No.23.
Further Top 30 rebounds occur for "Montero" for Lil' Nas X (65 to No.26, his third and final Top 30 entry), "Dreams" for Fleetwood Mac (60 to No.27), while the Jolyon Petch dance cover rises forty-two spots to No.39, and finally the Coldplay and BTS entry "My Universe" is back up thirty-three spots to No.30.
Leaping back up are also The Anxiety and "Meet Me at Our Spot" (64 to No.32), "Acapulco" by Jason DeRulo (79 to No.33), "I Am Woman" by Emmy Meli (69 to No.34), "Love Nwantiti" by CKay (74 to No.35), "Happier Than Ever" by Billie Eilish (66 to No.36) and "Friday" for Riton x Nightcrawlers which re-enters the Top 100 this week at No.40, followed by "Watermelon Sugar" by Harry Styles, back into the chart at No.41.
The new Tiësto track "The Motto" featuring Ava Max was the only non-Xmas track to debut within the Top 100 last week, and this week it zooms up the chart fifty-one places to land at a new peak of No.37, becoming the fifth Top 50 entry for both acts, while his former Top 50 entry "The Business" rebounds back into the Top 100 at No.46. The ten-year anniversary remixes of the Havana Brown single "We Own the Night" jump up forty-six places to land at No.36. The song originally hit No.5 in June of 2011, and returned to the Top 100 on December 20th.
Ed Sheeran's "Overpass Graffiti" leaps back up thirty-eight places to land at No.43, while the just confirmed second single from Adele's "30" album is "Oh My God", which gives her a second Top 50 entry this week by moving back up thirty-eight spots to No.45. The fourth and final Top 50 return (from outside of the Top 100) this week is the 24KGOLDN track "Mood", returning at No.47, while leaping back up are "Sunflower" for Post Malone (86 to No.49) and "Without You" by Kid Laroi (80 to No.50).

There are no dropping tracks within the Top 50 this week, but we do see the exodus of 31 Top 50 Christmas singles, including six from the Top 10, "All I Want for Christmas is You" by Mariah Carey (leaves from #1 {HP-1x4, WI10-15a}, ninth week at the top in the U.S.A. this past week), "Last Christmas" by Wham! (LW-2, HP-2x2, WI10-26a), "It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas" for Michael Buble (LW/HP-3, WI10-4a), "Santa Tell Me" for Ariana Grande (HP/LW-5, WI10-2a), "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" by Brenda Lee (HP/LW-8, WI10-1) and "Merry Christmas" for Ed Sheeran and Elton John (HP/LW-10, WI10-1).
Last week's Top 100 listing had 51 seasonal songs within the chart, surpassing the previous record of 39 Xmas tunes within the T100 in 2019, and thus a heap of songs return to the chart this week.
Another of last week's chart feats I forgot to mention was for Kylie Minogue, whose cover of "Santa Baby" made it to No.44, making her the first artist to land a Top 50 single during the past/current five decades, as she first had her first three singles hit No.1 in 1987-1988 and then every decade since she has achieved a chart entry, now Kylie's next record is to land a Top 20 single in each decade (as she had no #1 or Top 10 singles during the 2010's).

* #22 - We Don't Talk About Bruno by Carolina Gaitan, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero and Stephanie Beatriz (Walt Disney)
* #44 - Surface Pressure by Jessica Darrow (Walt Disney) are two tracks from the newly issued animated feature from Disney called 'Encanto', whose soundtrack was written by Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton) and is within the Top 10 albums this week at No.6.

* #48 - Down Under by Luude feat. Colin Hay (Lazy Eye/Sweat it Out) is a drum and bass remix of the 1981 Men at Work classic, of which Colin Hay was the lead singer, his vocals on this track newly re-recorded for the local producer Luude (born Christian Benson), who along with his cousin Timothy Benson form the duo Choomba. At this time forty years ago "Down Under" was the No.1 single in Australia (21st of Dec., 1981 to 25th of Jan., 1982), with this new entry being the fourth time that the song has charted locally, 1981 (#1), 1983 (#9, after the America's Cup win) and lastly in 2000 (#69 during the Sydney Olympics) {the song also had a 2006 entry at No.40 on the digital singles chart). The newly remixed track leaps from No.9 to No.2 in New Zealand this week, and debuts in both England (#32) and Ireland (#63).

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20We Don't Talk About Bruno (from 'Encanto')Carolina Gaitan, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero & Stephanie Beatrizhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvWRMAU6V-cWalt Disney
44Surface Pressure (from 'Encanto')Jessica Darrowhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQwVKr8rCYwWalt Disney
48Down UnderLuude feat. Colin Hayhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=etOq30rF0gELazy Eye/Sweat it Out
77InfinityJaymes Younghttps://youtu.be/PWqEPKduGm8Please Rewind/Atlantic
83Don't Stop Believin'Journeyhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1k8craCGpgsSony Music
93Summer of '69Bryan Adamshttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFjjO_lhf9cA&M
96Whem I'm GoneAlesso feat. Katy Perryhttps://youtu.be/N-4YMlihRf410:22 PM/Alefune AB

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Albums Chartifacts:

Adele's fourth album "30" remains the No.1 Album in Australia for the first week of sales in 2022.

"30" also retains it's No.1 berth in New Zealand (also 7th week at #1) and The U.S.A. (6th week), and by staying for a seventh week here it becomes the longest continual run at No.1 for this decade, with the last album to stay this long at the top in Australia being the soundtrack for 'A Star is Born' for Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper (29th of Oct. to the 31st of Dec., 2018, 10 weeks) {there have been other albums which have spent more time at the top since then, but not in a continual run at No.1}.

Adele also notches up her 47th overall week at No.1 in Australia from her three chart topping albums, moving her to outright fourth on the listing for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums (1965 to 2022)', moving away from her 46 week tie with Neil Diamond, with the next act on the list being John Farnham and his 52 overall weeks at the top of Australia's Album Charts. Last week I mentioned that Adele might be at the top until late February with no major threat to her reign being until Midnight Oil's new set, but The Weeknd dropped a new album on Friday called "Dawn FM", so that could be the new No.1 album next week.

The current English No.1 Album for Ed Sheeran (third overall week) "= (Equals)" is here back up one spot to No.2, followed by a two place rise to No.3 for the Olivia Rodrigo debut set "SOUR", while the Taylor Swift version of "Red" is a non-mover at No.4, making the top four albums all former or current No.1 Albums, after which is a four place rebound to No.5 for the Doja Cat album "Planet Her" (HP-2), which also makes it four out of five women within the Top 5 albums this week.

For the first time since February 2021 a new soundtrack has entered the Top 10 this week, as the 60th Disney animated feature 'Encanto' sees it's Lin-Manuel Miranda penned soundtrack leap up twenty-nine spots to land at No.6, becoming the first soundtrack (and from an animated title) since 'Bluey' hit No.1 for a week on February 1st, 2021, and prior to that the last film soundtrack (as Blue is a TV series) within the Top 10 was the "Slim & I" soundtrack (HP-8, Sept. 2020) featuring Slim Dusty songs. Just prior to that the first big hit for Lin-Mauel was 'Hamilton', which was his first Top 10 entry, last appearing within the Top 10 at No.7 on August 24th, 2020.

The new No.1 selling vinyl album this week is the re-packaged Radiohead set "KidA Mnesia", which leaps back into the Top 100 this week at No.7, the repack originally debuted at No.3 on November 15th, 2021, and this is now it's second week within the Top 10 and only third week within the Top 100. Also returning to the Top 10 this week, although a little less dramatically, are "Future Nostalgia" for Dua Lipa (13 to No.8, 56th week within the Top 10) and "Justice" for Justin Bieber (16 to No.10, half-year anniversary within the Top 10; 26 weeks, still his longest running Top 10 Album in Australia). In between those two climbers is a six place dive to No.9 for The Weeknd collection "The Highlights", which could rebound next week thanks to his new album being issued on Friday.

Another new animated feature film sees it's soundtrack leap up this week, the 'Sing 2' set jumps up twelve places to land at a new peak of No.11, followed by a six place rebound to No.12 for the Kid Laroi collections "F**k Love" (LW-18). With three singles within the Top 30 this week, the debut set for Lil' Nas X and "Montero" jumps back up nineteen places to No.14, after which is an eleven place rise to No.15 for Ed Sheeran's "÷ (Divide)" set. Drake's "Certified Lover Boy'' leaps back up fourteen spots to No.18, while the latest Juice WRLD album "Fighting Demons" gains it's first upward chart move, rising back up five places to No.20.
Luke Combs has his two albums back within the Top 30 this week, as his second album "What You See is What You Get" is back up six to No.24 and his first release "This One's for You'' rebounds ten spots to No.29. Collections are on the rise for Maroon 5 (41 to No.25), Eminem (39 to No.29), INXS (38 to No.32), Cold Chisel (46 to No.38), Pitbull (86 to No.44), Bon Jovi (59 to No.47) and Green Day (80 to No.50), all leaping back up thanks to the vacating seasonal albums.
Taylor Swift has six albums within the Top 50 this week, four rising, one falling and one stable (#4), with her upward movers being "1989" (21 to No.19), "folklore" (36 to No.28), "Lover" (51 to No.37) and "Reputation" (57 to No.39).
Pop Smoke's first release "Shoot for the Stars..." flies back up twenty spots to No.27, while the self-titled debut set for Dua Lipa blazes back-up thirty-four spots to land at No.33. Queen's biopic soundtrack leaps seventeen spots to No.35, while Katy Perry's "Teenage Dream" set leaps thirty spots to No.40.
Scoring it's one-year anniversary on the chart this week is the Morgan Wallen album "Dangerous: The Double Album" which rises this week twenty-three places to No.41, followed by a thirteen place rise to No.42 for the Rufus du Sol album "Surrender". Bruno Mars' "Doo-Wops and Hooligans" set is back up eleven to No.45, while Lewis Capaldi returns to the Top 50 with "Divinely Uninspired to a Hellish Extent" for the first time since November 22nd, 2021 by moving back up twelve chart rungs to No.49.

There are four albums leaving the Top 10 this week, with the album making the smallest drop being ABBA's "Voyage" (HP-1x1, WI10-8) album, which falls sixteen places to No.23, while after two weeks of sitting at No.10 the Nirvana album "Nevermind" (HP-2x2, WI10-18a) falls back down twenty-one places to No.31. The two other Top 10 dropouts were seasonal sets for Michael Buble and "Christmas" (LW-2, HP-1x15, WI10-65a, #1 in Canada this week) and Paul Kelly with his "Christmas Train" set (LW-8, HP-2, WI10-6), both likely dropping into the lower fifty or even out of the Top 100 all together.
Billie Eilish has the only dropping album within the Top 20 as "Happier Than Ever" is down two spots to No.13, while she has the second and final Top 30 drop as her first album "When We All Fall Asleep..." declines six places to No.26.
The only dropping set for Taylor Swift is her "evermore" album from December 2020, down seven to No.34, while The Arctic Monkeys album "AM" reduces it's position by twenty-four spots from No.12 to land down at No.36. The three falling albums in the 41 to 50 chart region are The Foo Fighters "Greatest Hits" (37 to No.43), "Between us" for Little Mix (42 to No.46) and Adele's "21" set (43 to No.48).

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Promiscuous by Nelly Furtado ▲6 (was Px1)

Born in the U.S.A by Bruce Springsteen ▲14
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RE-ENTRY #150^3080571The Kid LAROI (with Miley Cyrus) - WITHOUT YOU <P>5


RE-ENTRY #249^37861661Post Malone & Swae Lee - Sunflower <P>13


NEW ENTRY #148NE TO T100148Luude (feat Colin Hay) - Down Under


RE-ENTRY #347RE TO T10072124kGoldn (feat Iann Dior) - Mood <P>6


RE-ENTRY #446RE TO T100574Tiësto - The Business <P>3

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RE-ENTRY #545^378276Adele - Oh My God


NEW ENTRY #244NE TO T100144Jessica Darrow - Surface Pressure


RE-ENTRY #643^3578108Ed Sheeran - Overpass Graffiti


RE-ENTRY #742^5092118Swedish House Mafia & The Weeknd - Moth To A Flame


RE-ENTRY #841RE TO T1001115Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar <P>7

RE-ENTRY #940RE TO T1004512Riton x Nightcrawlers (feat Mufasa & Hypeman) - Friday <P>2


RE-ENTRY #1039^42812516Jolyon Petch [feat. Reigan] - Dreams <P>


RE-ENTRY #1138^4684365Havana Brown - We Run The Night <P>3


NEW ENTRY #337^5188237Tiësto & Ava Max - The Motto


RE-ENTRY #1236^3066233Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever <P>

RE-ENTRY #1335^3974168CKay - love nwantiti (ah ah ah) <G>


RE-ENTRY #1434^3569628Emmy Meli - I Am Woman


RE-ENTRY #1533^46791330Jason Derulo - Acapulco


RE-ENTRY #1632^3264178The Anxiety - Meet Me At Our Spot <P>


RE-ENTRY #1731^2455516SZA - I Hate U

RE-ENTRY #1830^3363157Coldplay & BTS - My Universe


RE-ENTRY #1929^2756293Maneskin - Beggin <P>2


RE-ENTRY #2028^34621916Doja Cat - Woman <P>


RE-ENTRY #2127^3360784Fleetwood Mac - Dreams

AMR: 96-62-54-42-32-21-21-20-19-23-22-25-34-52-65-83
ARIA: 90-(R)39-14-04-05-07-10-13-15-17-22-25-36-29-17-16-24-23-26-29-31-36-30-30-36-34-35-35-27-34-36-31-35-36-43-45-39-38-37-37-35-34-37-34-38-37-35-31-31-53-60-39-43-39-36-38-41-38-36-35-47-45-43-42-46-51-60-27

RE-ENTRY #2226^3965411Lil Nas X - Montero (Call Me By Your Name) <P>4

RE-ENTRY #2325^34593314Vance Joy - Missing Piece <P>


24^254981Taylor Swift - All Too Well (Taylor's Version)


RE-ENTRY #24NEW PEAK #123^66898023The Killers - Mr. Brightside <P>12


RE-ENTRY #25RE-PEAK22^55772522Shouse - Love Tonight <G>


RE-ENTRY #2621^54751101The Weeknd - Blinding Lights <P>11

NEW ENTRY #420NE TO T100120Carolina Gaitan, Mauro Castillo, Adassa, Rhenzy Feliz, Diane Guerrero, Stephanie Beatriz - We Don't Talk About Bruno


19^3150523The Weeknd - Save Your Tears <P>5


18^294799Post Malone & The Weeknd - One Right Now


RE-ENTRY #2717^34261016NEIKED & Mae Muller (feat Polo G) - Better Days


16^2945167Lil Nas X - Thats What I Want <P>

NEW PEAK #215^2439815Imagine Dragons, JID & League of Legends - Enemy


14^17311511Justin Bieber - Ghost <P>


13^3043392Doja Cat (feat SZA) - Kiss Me More <P>4


12^2941654Dua Lipa - Levitating <P>5


11^2233341Olivia Rodrigo - Good 4 U <P>4

NEW PEAK #310^2030510Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott - Where Are You Now <G>


9^1625244Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow - Industry Baby <P>2


NEW PEAK #48^132198Acraze (feat Cherish) - Do It To It


7^512121Adele - Easy On Me <P>


6^915172Ed Sheeran - Shivers <P>

5^611281Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits <P>3


4^59721Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>7


3^4772Gayle - abcdefu


2^46261The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber - Stay <P>5


16TH WEEK @ #11211Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) <P>2

Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
1Mariah Carey - All I Want For Christmas Is You
2Wham! - Last Christmas
3Michael Buble - It's Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas
5Ariana Grande - Santa Tell Me
8Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
10Ed Sheeran & Elton John - Merry Christmas
13Bobby Helms - Jingle Bell Rock
14Band Aid - Do They Know It's Christmas?
16The Ronettes - Sleigh Ride
17Sia - Snowman
18John & Yoko/Plastic Ono Band - Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
19Michael Buble - Holly Jolly Christmas
20Andy Williams - It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
22Frank Sinatra - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
23Justin Bieber - Mistletoe
24Kelly Clarkson - Underneath The Tree
26Chris Rea - Driving Home For Christmas
27Shakin' Stevens - Merry Christmas Everyone
28Jose Feliciano - Feliz Navidad
29The Jackson 5 - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
32Daryl Hall & John Oates - Jingle Bell Rock
34Paul Kelly - How To Make Gravy
35Michael Buble (feat The Puppini Sisters) - Jingle Bells
36Burl Ives - A Holly Jolly Christmas
37Chuck Berry - Run Rudolph Run
38Paul McCartney - Wonderful Christmastime
40Elton John - Step Into Christmas
42Dean Martin - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
44Kylie Minogue - Santa Baby
46The Pogues - Fairytale of New York
48Michael Buble - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
Laughing at the mass exodus of Christmas tracks (31!). I thought maybe Mariah would've held on at like 49 or 50 but nope!
I’m just stunned but very happy at the new peak for Mr. Brightside
The key thing is the tracking weeks, Mariah got to #1 almost entirely off the back of Friday+Saturday streams, so by the end of that week she was completely off the picture, I don't think she'd be in the top 1000 this week

(Merry Christmas [the Ed Sheeran song] probably has held on the best because it actually has kept on selling on iTunes)
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All Too Well (TV) is the only song outside the top 19 that was in the top 50 last week. I'd be willing to say that a rise of 25 places has never felt like such a drop!
All Too Well isn't the kind of song people would stream / buy for New Year's Eve...
I.E step up and collect your badge for correct predictions saying abba's 'Voyage' would drop a lot after christmas. It goes from 7 to 23. All those people buying it for christmas (which was also mentioned)
Like Lemmings off a cliff, they're the charting Christmas songs after New Years is done.

My fun table for today. These are the highest ranked songs that were not able to rise in the first chart of the year, after the Christmas exodus.
And also a tally of Top 50 drop out songs in that chart.

ChartTWLWTitle - ArtistTop 50 Dropouts
8/01/201811Perfect - Ed Sheeran5
7/01/20191110Happier - Marshmello & Bastille15
6/01/2020  * all Top 50 songs rose21
11/01/202111Mood - 24kGoldn feat. Iann Dior9
10/01/2022  * all Top 50 songs rose31
chartifacts updated.
lower entries updated, two new singles and two 80's tunes making their first ARIA appearance.

The 51 Top 100 Xmas singles from last week all fell out of the Top 100 this week (as too did the 6 T100 Xmas LPs), thus 51 singles either debuted (7) or re-entered (44), while further lower 50 older tunes to appear include...
57 - Dance Monkey
64 - Someone You Loved
65 - Perfect
67 - Party in the USA
70 - Go Your Own Way
72 - My Happiness
75 - Khe Sanh
82 - Wake Me Up
83 * Don't Stop Believin'
86 - I Gotta Feeling
88 - Youngblood
89 - Shape of You
90 - I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
92 - Africa
93 * Summer of '69
94 - The Nosebleed Section
95 - Promiscuous
97 - Wonderwall

Some things like Whitney, BEP's, Avicii and Miley could've also returned due to their sales falling during the NYE period.

No new albums debuted this week, but Kylie's "Disco" set returned at #52, while the new Weeknd album sees "Starboy" and "After Hours" rebound ahead of it's debut this coming week.
two certs for this week have been added above.
I've added this week's ARIA Top 100 Singles chart entries to my site.

Hear them all here - https://www.top100singles.net/2022/01/every-aria-top-100-single-in-2022.html#show

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