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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - 220530 ARIA Chartifacts 30th of May, 2022

New Releases w/c Friday 27th of May, 2022.

* collected by bulion and collated by hijinx.

* New Albums coming this week from Tate McRae, Teeny Tiny Stevies, Def Leppard, Liam Gallagher, Ball Park Music, Wilco, Top Gun 2 Soundtrack.
DL   PotionCalvin Harris with Dua Lipa & Young Thug)Columbia/Sony
DL   gfyblackbear with Machine Gun KellyAlamo/Columbia/Sony
DL   Die YoungSleepy Hallow feat. 347aidanWinners Circle/RCA/Sony
DL   GoodbyeMimi WebbEpic/Sony
DL   Could've Just Left Me AloneAlexa CappelliArista/Sony
DL   Lay All Your Love On Me - Spotify SinglesZara LarssonEpic/Sony
DL   EastJess DayWonderlick/Sony
DL   Bigger Than Bon JoviWolfe BlackMGM
DL   Come In SpinnerTed EganMGM
DL   DisconnectedKylandMGM
DL   Dance (Close Counters Remix)Art vs ScienceMagellanic/MGM
DL   Buleria FlamencaGareth KochFoghorn/MGM
DL   Meet Me on the Steps of the Bombed Out ChurchAlan FletcherUbdersavvy Music/MGM
DL   RadianceThe Dead DaisiesSpitfire Music/MGM
DL   Bigger Than Bon JoviWolfe BlackMGM
DL   Come In SpinnerTed EganMGM
DL   DisconnectedKylandMGM
DL   Dance (Close Counters Remix)Art vs ScienceMagellanic/MGM
DL   Buleria FlamencaGareth KochFoghorn/MGM
DL   Meet Me on the Steps of the Bombed Out ChurchAlan FletcherUbdersavvy Music/MGM
DL   RadianceThe Dead DaisiesSpitfire Music/MGM
DL   Mad At YouDrax ProjectUMNZ
DL   Don’t ForgetSky FerreiraCapitol/UMA
DL   Do It BetterFelix Jaehn feat. Zoe WeesVirgin/UMA
DL   blessing meMura Masa with Pa Salieu & SkillibengAnchor Point/Polydor/UMA
DL   The CurseVera BlueIsland/UMA
DL   Way I GoGordiLiberation/UMA
DL   24 HrsKaash Paige, Lil TjaySe Lavi/Def Jam/UMA
DL   The Hardest PartAlexander 23Interscope/UMA
DL   Rather Be AloneShane CoddPolydor/UMA
DL   OrvilleLogic feat. Like, Blu & ExileDef Jam/UMA
DL   Light My FireSean Paul feat. Gwen Stefani & ShenseeaIsland/UMA
DL   Perfect MelodyJonas Blue, Julian PerrettaPositiva/EMI/UMA
DL   DEAR MISS HOLLOWAYeasy life, Kevin AbstractIsland/UMA
DL   Easy Way OutYen StrangeLiberation/UMA
DLVS  ImpulseRest For The WickedEMI/UMA
DL   CaptainArzVirgin UK/EGA
DL   The Only Way OutDanielle PonderFuture Classic
DLVS  On & OnSuperoganismDomino/UMA
DLVS  RelegateThe RangeDomino/UMA
DLVS  BlessingAlex GDomino/UMA
DL   Backseat of My Mind (2 versions)Thelma PlumWarner
DL   I Just CalledNEIKED, Anne-Marie, LattoAsylum/Atlantic/Warner
DL   Say You Want MeRIIKI REIDWarner New Zealand
DL   M.O.M (Money On Me)PRICIESweat It Out/Warner
DL   Diamond In The DarkLiam GallagherWarner UK
DL   ShelterKyle LionhartGoldmans/BMG/Warner
DL   Me Because of YouThe FaimBMG/Warner
DL   Bad IdeaLoiVOLKSMUSIC/Warner Germany
DL   Human SoundHAAi, Kai Isaiah Jamal, Obi FrankyMute/Inertia
DL   closer to closure (9 track EP)Lexi JaydeArtist Partner Group
DL   I Don't Know Who to Call (7 track EP)Jem Cassar-DaleyJem Cassar-Daley
DL   Deepest DarknessOcean AlleyOcean Alley
DL   Kill You BoyRARIATMRW Music
DL   FavouriteNASA NOVA, Youngn LipzBiordi Music
DL   it's not how it used to beLola ScottLola Scott
DL   IndieFlexWilliam Singe, Lisi, Donell Lewis, Delawou, Malek LasikeTwenty87 Records
DL   WildDixieHITCO
DL   FuchsiaNgaiireMajestic Casual Records
DL   The SleeperTotally Enormous Extinct DinosaursNice Age Music
DL   Blood MoneyVancouver Sleep ClinicPrescription
DL   Thinkin AboutShockOne, Lee MvtthewsUKF
DL   FailureMLBRNBrotherhood/Teamwrk Records
DL   Home By NowMUNADead Oceans/Saddest Factory
DL   WhakapapaReiKog/Chief
DL   No DramaWalker & Royce, SophiegrophyClub Sweat
DL   Sad AnymoreTom OdellUROK / mtheory
DL   Lost IslandDJ SeinfeldNinja Tune
DL   Dance For YouEmpress OfMajor Arcana/mtheory
DL   DreamhighKota BanksNLV Records
DL   From Your Past LoveAudition TapeAudition Tape
DL   Fear & LoathingMr RhodesBlake Rhodes
DL   Praying for July - Spotify SinglesDelaney BaileyDelaney Bailey
DL   CherryDaphniJiaolong
DL   ON MY BACKYoung6ixHarakatiMusicGroup
DL   UR SO FULL OF IT (ILY NYC) - Spotify SinglesAlemeda1909163 Records
DL   friendsbrb., SIRUPbrb.
DL   You Were OnceHayley WarnerHart Records
DL   HEAVENSurusingheSteel City Dance Discs
DL   What I Don't KnowLee SugarLee Sugar
DL   MansionTilly Tjala ThomasSoma Daze
DL   Bite the BulletDanté Knows, Xing Xang DogWestway Collective
DL   Electric CompanyHector GachanNice Guys
   VinylWEARCADE FIRESony International
   2xVinylPLANET HER (DELUXE)DOJA CATSony International
Clear V  VinylSKINJOY CROOKESSony International
   VinylCOLDVOMIT THE SOULUnique Leader/Sony
 DL  i used to think i could flyTate McRaeRCA/Sony
 DL  Forest in the CityUMIKeep Cool/RCA/Sony
Red/Yelo VDLCD2xVinylDiamond Star HalosDef LeppardBludegon Riffola/Mercury/UMA
 DLCDVinylCancer CultureDecapitatedNuclear Blast/UMA
 DL  The Eminem Show (Expanded Edition)EminemAftermath/UMA
 DL  Rest for the Wicked (EP)Rest For The WickedEMI/UMA
 DL  Inglorious DarknessCrematoryNapalm
White V  2xVinylAMAZING GRACE (1972)ARETHA FRANKLINRhino/Warner
  CD SLAYED? (1972)SLADEBMG/Warner
Colour V  2xVinylBITTER (1999)ME'SHELL NDEGEOCELLORhino/Warner
 DL  .= (Tour Edition)Ed SheeranAsylum/Atlantic/Warner
 DLCDCassa presentationAndrew BernsteinHausu Mountain/Planet-MGM
Clear V  VinylThe Last GardenBirds Of PassageDenovali Records/Planet-MGM
Bone VDLCD New To YouBread PilotDouble Double Whammy/Planet-MGM
  2CD Live At The Bottom Line ‘77 Meat LoafTimeline/Planet-MGM
  CD The Closing Night Of FillmoreThe Allman BrothersTimeline/Planet-MGM
  2CD Live ‘93 Tom PettyTimeline/Planet-MGM
 DLCDVinylBoat SongsMJ LendermanDear Life Records/Planet-MGM
Purple VDLCD Cockroach In A Ghost TownSlangKill Rock Stars/Planet-MGM
 DLCD2xVinylNova CardinaleSuperpozeCombien Mille Records/Planet-MGM
 DLCD Where the Heart IsSweet PillTopshelf Records/Planet-MGM
 DLCD Shred! The Great KatTPR MUSIC/Planet-MGM
 DLCD2xVinylOsamTosca !K7 Records/Planet-MGM
Color V  VinylThe Sun is Shining DownJohn MayallForty Below/Planet-MGM
Colour VDLCDVinylMellow MoonAlfie TemplemanAWAL/Inertia
 DL VinylKeyboard Fantasies ReimaginedBeverly Glenn-CopelandTransgressive/Inertia
  CD A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995-1997Bright EyesDead Oceans/Inertia
Gold V  VinylA Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995-1997: A CompanionBright EyesDead Oceans/Inertia
  CD Fevers And Mirrors (2000)Bright EyesDead Oceans/Inertia
Gold V  VinylFevers And Mirrors: A CompanionBright EyesDead Oceans/Inertia
  CD Letting Off The Happiness (1997)Bright EyesDead Oceans/Inertia
Gold V  VinylLetting Off The Happiness: A CompanionBright EyesDead Oceans/Inertia
Pink VDLCDVinylBlue SkiesDehdFat Possum/Inertia
Blue VDLCDVinylBaby, We're AscendingHAAiMute/Inertia
Colour VDL VinylFree TimeJerry PaperStones Throw/Inertia
   VinylA Mermaid in LisbonPatrick WatsonSecret City/Inertia
Pink V  VinylPalindromespigbabyWarp Records/Inertia
Green V  VinylEP 1+2YaejiYaeji/Inertia
 DLCD Weirder & WeirderBall Park MusicPrawn Records
Clear V  VinylFull Circle (25th Anniversary Edition)PennywiseEpitaph
 DLCD Kings of the New AgeState ChampsPure Noise Records
 DLCD Pain Into PowerTerrorPure Noise Records
 DL  HELLRAISERS, Part 3Cheat CodesDashGo
 DL  Cruel CountryWilcodBpm Records

DLPhysCompilations Labels
DLCDTop Gun MaverickOriginal Soundtrack by Various AristsInterscope/UMA
 VinylEncanto (2021)Original Soundtrack by Various AristsDisney Records
 VinylTron: Legacy (2010)Original Soundtrack by Daft PunkDisney/UMA
 VinylLove HurtsVarious ArtistsFlightless/Inertia
Singles Chartifacts:

It's Harry's House, and we're just living nearby; but this week Harry Styles invited us into his house, and showed us the new work he's been doing, as he occupies both chart-summit's in Australia with "As it Was" and "Harry's House".

"As it Was" by Harry Styles is again the No.1 single in Australia, logging it's sixth accumulated week at the top in Australia, making it now the longest running No.1 song for 2022, surpassing the five weeks racked up by Elton & Dua plus Glass Animals. The song also retains the top spot in England and Ireland (both for an eighth week, both longest running #1's for the year), Canada (sixth week) and it regains the No.1 slot in New Zealand for a second overall stay there.

Plus his third studio album lands at No.1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, becoming his third chart-topping set (as a solo act) and his seventh overall (four as a part of One Direction), plus with Harry Styles occupying the #1 spot on both charts locally, it becomes the 139th time that the top of both chart's has been held by an act and it's parent album. It's also the first time that this has occurred in 2022, as the last time this happened was on November 29th and December 6th, 2021 when Adele's "30" and it's lead single "Easy on Me" held the top of both charts for two consecutive weeks.

"As it Was" also becomes the equal-fourth longest running No.1 song this decade, tied with six other songs that have logged or accumulated six weeks at the summit in Australia for the 2020's. The other chart feat that Harry Styles achieves this week, is that all thirteen tracks from his new album have landed within the Top 15 on the chart, something which has never happened before. The closest we've seen previously was when Taylor Swift landed 13 entries between #1 and #25 (16 within the Top 50) on August 3rd, 2020 from her "folklore" album, while the previous highest total of entries within the Top 15 was from Drake's "Certified Lover Boy" album on September 13th, 2021 when he landed eight inside the Top 15 (21 in total within the Top 60).

Harry's current No.1 was the first new #1 single for 2022 (on April 11th), and by Harry landing so many tracks up the high end of the chart, he washes away the remaining long-running Top 10 entries which have been hogging the top-section for a very long time. So with no act ever having had eight songs within the Top 10 at one time, Harry creates another new chart feat, as he lands at No.2 with "Late Night Talking" (also entering at No.2 in England, Ireland & NZ), followed by "Matilda" at No.3 (also #3 in New Zealand) and then "Music for a Sushi Restaurant" at No.4 (No.3 in England and Ireland, No.4 in NZ), giving Harry the entire Top 4 (in both Oz and NZ), beating the previous record holder here for The Voice first winner Karise Eden's late June 2012 chart feat of four of the Top 5 singles.

The only two songs to survive within the Top 10 this week are "First Class" for Jack Harlow, down two spots to No.5 (third week at No.1 in The U.S.A.), and Lizzo with "About Damn Time", which declines three spots to land at No.7. Harry's further Top 10 debuts make it the youngest singles chart for 2022, as only "As it Was" at eight weeks is the longest running Top 10 entry, while he also enters the ten with "Little Freak" (#6), "Daylight" (#8), "Grapejuice" (#9) and "Satellite" (#10), after which he has landed a further four songs outside of the Top 10.

With Harry's new entries pushing down so many songs this week, the first song to climb outside of the Top 10 is the new entry from last week for Post Malone with Roddy Rich and "Cooped Up", which is up one spot to a new peak of No.26, while his new album is only two weeks away, so it could pull the song up the charts as his new set gets released.
Only four further songs climb within the Top 50 this week; "Enemy" for Imagine Dragons is back up three to No.35 (their new LP comes out July 1st), "Good 4 U" by Olivia Rodrigo, up two to No.37, Harry Styles' "Watermelon Sugar" gets pulled back up seven spots to land at No.44, and the other big album's chart entry this week is for the new Flume album called "Palaces", which sees it's first issued single "Say Nothing" (HP-16, Feb 2022) rebound thirty places this week to land at No.49.

Sweeping out the remnants of the long running Top 10 singles this week, with eight Top 10 dropouts, first of which is the Glass Animals track "Heat Waves" (HP-1x11, WI10-68, #1 longest running Top 10 entry), which leaves the Top 10 for only the second time by dropping down six places to No.16. "Big Energy" for Latto (HP-6x2, WI10-4) falls eight places to No.17, The Kid Laroi started his national tour on Thursday (the last day of the chart week), so expect him to rebound next week, but for this week he drops down with "Stay" alongside Justin Bieber (HP-1x17, WI10-45, newly 9x▲Platinum {four weeks after it went 8xP}, equal 2nd longest running Top 10 of all time; FIRST WEEK outside of the Top 10) down eight to No.18 and his latest single "Thousand Miles" (HP-4x2, WI10-4) plummets eleven spots to No.20.
Kendrick Lamar blitzed the chart last week with his new albums' track's, thus he drops out of the Top 10 with "N95" (HP-3), "Die Hard" (HP-5) and "United in Grief" (HP-7), which drop to No.19, No.27 and into the lower fifty respectively, with those first two Top 10 dropouts being his only Top 50 entries this week.
Last week's Top 10 dropouts all decline nine places apiece this week, with "Bad Habits" for Ed Sheeran, "Where Are You Now" by Lost Frequencies and Calum Scott, "Cold Heart" for Elton John and Dua Lipa, followed by "Shivers" by Ed Sheeran all down nine spots to No.21, No.22, No.23 and No.24 respectively. Further drops occur for the only Future Top 50 entry "Wait for U" (18 to No.25), Gayle's "abcdeFU" (23 to No.28), and down six to it's lowest position ever (within the Top 50) is Justin Bieber's "Ghost", dipping six to No.30.
Lil' Nas X drops down with both his "Industry Baby" (26 to No.32) and "That's What I Want" (36 to No.41), SUPER-HI dip five to No.33 after "Following the Sun", while Adele's "Easy on Me" falls six places to No.40. Jack Harlow sees a fifteen place dive to No.46 for his "Dua Lipa" ode, with the last big drop occurring for newcomer Benson Boone's track "In the Stars", down ten places to No.50.

* #2 - Late Night Talking by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #3 - Matilda by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #4 - Music for a Sushi Restaurant by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #6 - Little Freak by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #8 - Daylight by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #9 - Grapejuice by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #10 - Satellite by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #11 - Cinema by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #12 - Daydreaming by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #13 - Love of My Life by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #14 - Keep Driving by Harry Styles (Columbia)
* #15 - Boyfriends by Harry Styles (Columbia) all join the chart alongside the new "Harry's House" album first release "As it Was", giving all thirteen tracks from the album entry to the chart. Harry's second set "Fine Line" saw ten of it's twelve tracks within the Top 100 on December 23rd, 2019, while his self-titled debut set entered at No.1 this past week five years ago (May 22nd, 2017), which had seen two singles from it already chart, while a third in "Kiwi" was it's last chart entry. So his previous 13 chart entries are now joined by thirteen more, giving him now his 14th to 26th Top 100 entries, plus his tally of Top 50 placement's rises to twenty in total.
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Singles; New Entries:
2Late Night TalkingHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/RwT77rlp2CEColumbia
3MatildaHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/lVnzO7opqNsColumbia
4Music for a Sushi RestaurantHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/r5m6ScpU0yYColumbia
6Little FreakHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/hJpvI3w3tDcColumbia
8DaylightHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/MdLx4iINoMMColumbia
9GrapejuiceHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/95pX92cUwV8Columbia
10SatelliteHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/o0LaNit1ts8Columbia
11CinemaHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/_ecXNJP-ERYColumbia
12DaydreamingHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/G2BYATpr4uYColumbia
13Love of My LifeHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/hkK5e7CY_h0Columbia
14Keep DrivingHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/qbcmsEIHWeEColumbia
15BoyfriendsHarry Styleshttps://youtu.be/7o1EBarYGOsColumbia
71Something in the OrangeZach Bryanhttps://youtu.be/lA8F9sIhGdgBelting Bronco/Warner

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Albums Chartifacts:

The third Harry Styles album "Harry's House" becomes his third successive No.1 Album in Australia this week, plus all thirteen tracks land within the Top 15 on the singles chart.

"Harry's House" (Columbia) becomes the 949th for Australia (1965 to 2022) and now the 800th for ARIA (1983 to 2022), the 584th to debut at the top, the 18th No.1 for 2022, and the 53rd for the record label Columbia (Adele was their last on Nov. 29th, 2021).

This is the third No.1 Album for Harry Styles after his self-titled first set hit the top five years and one week ago (May 22nd, 2017) for a single week (TW-9, up five for an eighth week within the Top 10 (#2 vinyl)), while his second set "Fine Line" rises back up three spots to No.4, logging it's 81st week within the Top 10 and is the No.4 selling vinyl album this week, while his new set also takes the top spot on the Australia Vinyl Albums Chart this week, giving him three national Top 10 albums and three within the Top 4 of the vinyl chart.

With "As it Was" by Harry Styles also occupying the top of the singles chart too, it becomes the 139th time that the top of both chart's has been held by an act and it's parent album (he also holds the top of both charts in England, Ireland and New Zealand). It's also the first time that this has occurred in 2022, as the last time this happened was on November 29th and December 6th, 2021 when Adele's "30" and it's lead single "Easy on Me" held the top of both charts for two consecutive weeks (and the first time for a Solo Male Artist since Justin Bieber on April 21st, 2021).

All thirteen tracks from Harry's new album have placed between No.1 and No.15 on the singles chart this week, a first for that chart, while his new No.1 Album gives him a new tally of five weeks at No.1 in Australia, plus the set also became his third here, only matched by all three of his albums hitting the top in Ireland (so far). This is also the second time that the word 'Harry' has appeared in a No.1 Album title (his first solo album was the last in May 2017), while it's the seventh for the word 'House', the last being the Tones and I's debut set "Welcome to the Madhouse" (1 week on July 26th, 2021).

The new No.1 Album also becomes the 169th by an English Act (solo male or female, duo or group) (fourth for 2022), and the 273rd by a Solo Male Artist (local or overseas) (eighth for 2022), while of the five weeks in May 2022, four have been for Solo Male Artists, Future (May 9th), Daniel Johns (May 16th) and Kendrick Lamar last week (May 23rd). Harry is also the first English Solo Male since Ed Sheeran to land his first three albums at No.1, while he is now the equal third English Solo Male act to have three No.1's in Australia after John Lennon, David Bowie and Michael Crawford, ahead of him are Ed Sheeran and Robbie Williams (five apiece) and tied in the lead are Elton John and Rod Stewart with seven each.

Last week's No.1 entry for Kendrick Lamar and "Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers" topped the chart in The U.S.A. and Canada this past week, while here it drops down one place to No.2, followed by the second and final new entry to the Top 10, coming in at No.3 is the third album for local artist Flume called "Palaces", coming one-week shy of six years since his second set "Skin" hit the top for a week (June 6th, 2016), while he first charted with his self-titled set on February 3rd, 2013, also hitting No.1 for one week. The native Australian bird infused electro-album also becomes Flume's fourth overall entry, as in late March of 2019 he made it to No.11 with his mixtape "Hi This is Flume".

As I mentioned above, the "Fine Line" album for Harry Styles is back up three to No.4 and his self-titled debut set rises five to No.9, while "SOUR" for Olivia Rodrigo dips one spot to No.5, with further Top 10 climbers being "The Highlights" by The Weeknd (9 to No.6) and "Planet Her" for Doja Cat (10 to No.8), while declining is last week's new entry for Florence + the Machine with "Dance Fever" (#3 vinyl), down five to No.8 and the latest Jack Harlow set "Come Home the Kids Miss You" drops seven places to land at No.10.

Ed Sheeran just issued his "= (Equals)" albums' Tour Edition on Friday, with ten extra tracks, five of which have yet to chart (the other five are already issued duets), but for this week the set is back up one place to No.11, while he is also moving upwards with his "÷ (Divide)" album, rising five chart-rungs to No.18.
The Kid Laroi kicked off his national tour on Thursday (May 26th), with the rapper/singer doing promo and press during the week to promote the shows, which has helped his "F**k Love" mixtapes to rise back up eight places to No.12. Four of the five Top 50 entries for Taylor Swift move back up, with "1989" up one to No.17, her "Reputation" rebounds thirteen spots to No.26 thanks to it's #19 vinyl chart placement, "Red (TsV)" is also up one spot to No.32 and "folklore" moves up five to No.35.
Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" (#8 vinyl) rises back up four spots to No.20, both Billie Eilish albums rise a little, "Sleep" (22 to No.21) and "Happier" (25 to No.23); the same applies for Luke Combs with "What You See" (26 to No.25) and "This One's For You" (29 to No.27).
On the May 2nd Top 100 ARIA report, the third EP and first chart entry for 2021's winner of 'The Voice' Bella Taylor-Smith called "Look Me in the Eyes" charted on digital sales only, landing at No.52, and now this week thanks to it's recent physical release, the set returns to the Top 100 at a new peak of No.36, logging it's second week within the Top 100.
Rebounding back up the charts are "25" for Adele (50 to No.42), "Teenage Dreams" for Katy Perry (55 to No.44, which recently accumulated a total of 312 weeks within the Top 100, which equates to six years on the chart), "Starboy" by The Weeknd (52 to No.45, it's first time within the Top 50 since April 16th, 2018), the Coldplay live set "Live in Buenos Aires" (56 to No.49) and Pitbull's "Greatest Hits" (57 to No.50, which cracked ▲Platinum in sales two weeks ago).

Daniel Johns and his second solo album "FutureNever" (HP-1, WI10-3) drops down six places to land at No.14, with the two other Top 10 dropouts falling into the lower chart regions, "Drinking from the Sun" for Hilltop Hoods (HP-1x2, WI10-10a, LW-5) and Mallrat's "Butterfly Blue" (LW-6).
The Weeknd has two rising and two falling albums within the Top 50 this week, his two to drop are "Dawn FM" (#12 vinyl) down three to No.22 and "After Hours" dips one spot to No.31. Adele's "30" set tumbles down nine places to No.24, while the 'Encanto' soundtrack falls five to No.33, it's lowest chart position, as it initially debuted at No.29 in the first week of the year.
Taylor's only falling album this week is her "Lover" set, down two places to No.38, which is the last album declining this week, while further Top 50 dropouts from last week's chart are the 'Eurovision 2022' collection (#11), The Black Keys (#35), Charli XCX (#38), The Smile (#41) and Future (#44).

* #1 (LP#3) - Harry's House by Harry Styles (Columbia)

* #3 (LP#3) - Palaces by Flume (Future Classic)
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Albums; New Entries:
1Harry's HouseHarry StylesHarry's House - WikipediaColumbiaA3
3PalacesFlumePalaces (album) - WikipediaFuture ClassicA3
65American HeartbreakZach BryanAmerican Heartbreak - WikipediaBelting Bronco/WarnerA3
94What's it Gonna Take?Van MorrisonVan Morrison discography - WikipediaExile MusicA43
95TimePaul KellyPaul Kelly (Australian musician) discography - WikipediaGawd AggieGH4

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New Certifications:
Stay by Kid Laroi and Justin Bieber ▲9

No Albums this week.

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 20th to the 26th of May, 2022.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.
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50v1040434Benson Boone - In The Stars


RE-ENTRY #149^30791616Flume (feat May-A) - Say Nothing


48^2505744J. Cole - No Role Modelz <P>6


47^2493916Doja Cat - Woman <P>2


46v1531313Jack Harlow - Dua Lipa

45HOLD4510023The Killers - Mr. Brightside <P>13


RE-ENTRY #244^7511305Harry Styles - Watermelon Sugar <P>7


43v142128Dave - Starlight


42v1411425Elley Duhé - Middle Of The Night <G>


41v536367Lil Nas X - Thats What I Want <P>2

40v634321Adele - Easy On Me <P>4


39v237522Leah Kate - 10 Things I Hate About You


38v335925Willow - Wait A Minute <P>2


37^239541Olivia Rodrigo - Good 4 U <P>5


36v3331619Tate McRae - She's All I Wanna Be <G>

35^3382815Imagine Dragons, JID & League of Legends - Enemy <P>


34v232854Dua Lipa - Levitating <P>6


33v5281318SUPER-Hi, Neeka - Following The Sun


32v626444Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow - Industry Baby <P>4


31v229723The Weeknd - Save Your Tears <P>6

30v6243511Justin Bieber - Ghost <P>2


29v4251211Camila Cabello (feat Ed Sheeran) - Bam Bam


28v523272Gayle - abcdefu <P>2


27v22525Kendrick Lamar, Blxst & Amanda Reifer - Die Hard


NEW PEAK #126^127226Post Malone (feat Roddy Ricch) - Cooped Up

25v718412Future (feat Drake & Tems) - WAIT FOR U


24v915372Ed Sheeran - Shivers <P>3


23v914411Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) <P>5


22v913255Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott - Where Are You Now <P>2


21v912481Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits <P>5

20v11954The Kid Laroi - Thousand Miles


19v16323Kendrick Lamar - N95


18v810461The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber - Stay <P>9NEW CERT


17v98126Latto x Mariah Carey x DJ Khaled - Big Energy <G>


16v106921Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>10

NEW ENTRY #115NE TO T100115Harry Styles - Boyfriends


NEW ENTRY #214NE TO T100114Harry Styles - Keep Driving


NEW ENTRY #313NE TO T100113Harry Styles - Love of My Life


NEW ENTRY #412NE TO T100112Harry Styles - Daydreaming


NEW ENTRY #511NE TO T100111Harry Styles - Cinema

NEW ENTRY #610NE TO T100110Harry Styles - Satellite


NEW ENTRY #79NE TO T10019Harry Styles - Grapejuice


NEW ENTRY #88NE TO T10018Harry Styles - Daylight


7v3443Lizzo - About Damn Time


NEW ENTRY #96NE TO T10016Harry Styles - Little Freak

5v3271Jack Harlow - First Class


NEW ENTRY #104NE TO T10014Harry Styles - Music For A Sushi Restaurant


NEW ENTRY #113NE TO T10013Harry Styles - Matilda


NEW ENTRY #122NE TO T10012Harry Styles - Late Night Talking


16TH WEEK @ #1181Harry Styles - As It Was <P>

Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
7Kendrick Lamar - United In Grief
11Kendrick Lamar (feat Sampha) - Father Time
16Kendrick Lamar - Rich Spirit
17Kendrick Lamar - Worldwide Steppers
19Kendrick Lamar & Taylour Paige - We Cry Together
20Kendrick Lamar - Count Me Out
21Kendrick Lamar & Kodak Black - Silent Hill
22Kendrick Lamar, Ghostface Killah & Summer Walker - Purple Hearts
30Kendrick Lamar, Baby Keem & Sam Dew - Savior
43Kendrick Lamar & Tanna Leone - Mr. Morale
44Kendrick Lamar - Crown
46Dean Lewis - Hurtless
47Jack Harlow (feat Drake) - Churchill Downs
48Kendrick Lamar - Auntie Diaries
That's just disgraceful! Just when you thought the ARIA charts couldn't sink any lower...
One upside to the stupidity is Heatwaves is finally out of the Top 10
Well deserved for Harry Styles as he's delivered a great album.
Everyone on ARIA's official Facebook page is getting sick of it too, and have been for quite some time...


We're well overdue having someone in the media write a scathing article about the state of the ARIA charts. The last one I remember was a couple of Christmases back about all the old songs flooding the chart. What is it going to take to stop this madness?
What a mess ARIA has become…
Facebook is a total cesspool of garbage though so who cares what they think?
Clearly you do since you've had debates with me and many others on ARIA's Facebook page in the past.
Only really against my better judgement. It's largely an echo chamber that scares off any different opinion, incapable of any erudite thought. Whoops better hit the 'laugh' react at that guy who disagrees with me. It's just nothing but complaining though, the only time it isn't is when ARIA posts an old chart and then it's the same 'BACK WHEN MUSIC WAS GOOD' 9👍 shit.

Oh wait I'm the whinger I forgot.
It's laughable, 11 Kendrick tracks out and replaced by 12 Harry tracks.

Please for the love of god just change it to a current streaming/trending etc chart and give us a con-current catalog chart.


Ed Sheeran just issued his 'Tour' edition of ='s on Friday, which has four previously uncharted tracks (5 if you include Peru), plus four of his recent team-up/remixes from ='s.

Then the following week it's the new Post Malone album, which has 12 previously (out of 14) uncharted songs (although has he lost his mojo?).

Then it goes major albums from:
June 10: Vance Joy, Spacey Jane, George Ezra, Of Monsters & Men
June 17: Alanis Morissette, Calum Scott, Joey Bada$$
June 24: Stray Kids, Chris Brown, Conan Gray, Dune Rats, Jack Johnson, Lupe Fiasco, Madonna (GH#3).
July 1: Imagine Dragons
July 8: Megadeth
July 15: Lizzo, Noah Cyrus
July 22: Jack White (2nd for 2022)
July 29: nothing of note yet

I'll rescind my statement if tonight's Spotify chart proves me wrong, but I don't really see the new Ed Sheeran tracks making a big buzz.
Jinxie: It's quite possible you've got that wrong and it's 'back when music CHARTS were good' "shit" instead.

You can disregard the thoughts of people who aren't knowledgeable about the inner workings of the charts all you like but your opinion simply doesn't pass the 'pub test'. Most people would expect a singles chart to feature singles and that the floods of non-singles into the chart looks bad and is fundamentally wrong.
I mean just because something is an immediate, obvious thought doesn't mean it's rational. Most of the worst opinions about anything are formed by people who take their immediate gut reactions all the way to the bank. Like why does it really matter to joe public? No one's strapping them down and forcing them to listen to Harry Styles. It's just a time capsule that tells us 'wow, SO many people were listening to Harry Styles that week'.

I also just don't think people know what they really want. It's not like a lack of Harry Styles on the chart this week would have brought in much excitement and discourse about the inner machinations of the top 10. Possibly because social media makes out any form of enthusiasm to be something worth being mocked, or possibly because most of the people there have aged out of the demographic where they're capable of being enthusiastic about new music.

Like I've said it before, but if y'all just want a quick fix, it's not gonna do it for you. There'll be that hit of excitement initially but it'll just stagnate into a similar but slightly displaced equilibrium and then you just have everyone unhappy again except now with a more inaccurate chart. Really it's more important to go to the root of the problem and ask how did we get to the point where the most promoted current hits set such a low bar that this can happen. It's certainly not because sometimes there are a bunch of non-singles on the chart. Heck, in 2019 radio were content with having 5 Ed Sheeran songs on mid-high rotation at the same time.
Obviously it doesn't matter to YOU what the public thinks when you're the one with the deeply unpopular opinion, much like on Facebook. The most likely thing people are going to think when looking back at the current charts is how messed up they were and that they are glad the rules were eventually changed.

You really need to quit pushing the 'it's the older generation who has an issue with the charts' narrative. It's simply not true and alluding to the chart's numerous other issues, particularly in the Top 10, (all caused by streaming) as an excuse to bombard it with non-singles is ridiculous.

If ARIA gets rid of non-singles from the chart, it would hopefully be the first step towards fixing the charts and I know I'd appreciate it greatly. It would show that ARIA actually cares about their charts. Removing non-singles from a singles chart makes it more accurate - I've said before that the charts were never meant to measure the popularity of every song that's ever existed. That is beyond their scope and needs to be corrected.
Yeah but if we're using Australian music Facebook as our yardstick, then I also have the very unpopular opinion that trans rights are human rights and hip-hop isn't sub-human level music.

Where is the lie though? I'm not an ageist person at all (hell I get called a boomer pretty regularly for not being dismissive to older generations), and for all intents and purposes I'm aged out of the demographic as well. Nothing wrong with it, it's a natural process, but you don't have to turn into a bitter miser because of it.
The general public was actually the yardstick. You must be wading in some actual cesspools on Facebook - I'm guessing some niche group/s full of bogans where '70s and '80s pub rock (or rock in general) is the only "real music"? lol

I'm pretty sure there's plenty of young people who lament the state of the charts too - many of them still have some kind of memories of when the singles chart was actually a singles chart and only featured contemporary music. And I'm pretty sure I don't need to say it that I'm far from bitter about current music, I'm still loving it, as evidenced by my 2021 EOY list being one of my biggest historically...


Are there any pleasant groups out there? Problem is that most people joined 10-15 years ago so the jadedness sets in at some point. I don't know anyone younger than myself who uses it for any non-private purposes. I keep most of my thoughts on my private Twitter account where I don't have to fear being hounded or judged.

And honestly, more power to you for that, I hope I keep my enthusiasm for music as long as you have. I just wish general enthusiasm was more on display because people only seem to speak up when they're angry, or they prove unable to bring something up without pushing something down.
to break up the back-and-forth, let me just tell you all...

The Chartifacts and New entries are updated for this week!!

I'm a member of plenty of groups that aren't toxic and, ironically, a few of the nicest ones have either been for ages 30+ only or the topics tend to only attract an older crowd. I don't blame you for keeping your thoughts private - there's a lot of unempathetic, bigoted sociopaths with bad values out there.

Showing general enthusiasm requires time and effort - both of which I have limited supply of these days, so my focus has to be on the dire state of the charts. If the same situation was happening ten years ago, there would have been some kind of balance between praise and criticism for sure.
Funny thing is that I used to be pretty cynical myself. We all know there's years upon years of evidence in the backlogs of these threads. Nowadays though I find I have to go out of my way to express that sort of negative attitude (unless it's to bigots), so positivity has just become my default trait. I'll often say people should read Umineko in a facetious way because it's twice as long as Lord of the Rings + The Hobbit combined and nobody's got time for that, but also because I think it's genuinely a powerful piece of fiction about (among many other things) the power of empathy. And hey, I managed to get off the anti-depression meds around the same time so it's been a pretty tangible shift for me.
I'm largely off the internet for two days not having checked the ARIA website until this evening (o be honest it never entered my mind that the charts were out) It was to be expected. Of the artists bullion mentions with albums coming out vance joy seems the more likely to go #1. we won't see an avalance of album tracks in the coming weeks. Imagine dragons will have quite a few
lower entries updated for this week; 1 single and 3 albums, no extra certs.
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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