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Forum - ARIA Charts: Weekly ARIA Chartifacts - 220620 ARIA Chartifacts 20th of June, 2022

New Releases w/c Friday 17th of June, 2022.

* collected by bulion and collated by hijinx

* New Albums coming this week from Drake, Jimmy Barnes, Troy Cassar-Daley, Chris Cheney, Calum Scott, Foals, Example, Nick Cave, Thirsty Merc, Perfume Genius, Dan Reed Network, Nova Twins.
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DLVS  HURRICANEY.O.G.A.Sony
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DL   Let's GoKing StingrayCooking Vinyl/Sony
DL   All My LovingSam FischerRCA/Sony UK
DL   SurpriseChlöeParkwood/Columbia/Sony
DL   Call Me Every DayChris Brown feat. WizKidRCA/Sony
DL   Summer Moon (feat. Kevin Kaarl)Leon Bridges, Kevin KaarlColumbia/Sony
DL   True RomanceChess Club/RCA/Sony
DL   Deep DownAlok, Ella Eyre, Kenny Dope feat. Never DullColumbia/B1/Sony
DL   ConceitedFlo Milli94 Sounds/RCA/Sony
DL   DON'T YOU WORRYBlack Eyed Peas, Shakira, David GuettaEpic/Sony
DL   FUNBiig PiigRCA/Sony UK
DL   DRILL MUSIC IN ZIONLupe Fiasco1st and 15th Too/Thirty Tigers/Sony
DL  18thISLAND TIME (6 tracks)MADDY JANESony
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DL   Flamenco ArabeGareth KochFoghorn Records/MGM
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DL   I Don't Understand PeopleThe BasicsMGM
DL   Your Blue EyesCorey LeggeGood Stem Records/MGM
DL   Saddle UpSabrina Durante MGM
DL   Holding My Hands OutGeorgia FieldsMGM
DL   BackseatShe Kills Me DeeplyMGM
DL   Face to Face (Focus Track: Religion)Jeremy RoseMGM
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DL   Thinking Of NinaMarlon WilliamsVirgin Music
DL   DownEat Your Heart OutFearless Records/Concord
DL   Deep in the Glowing Heart (Night Version)Jon Hopkins feat. ANNADomino/UMA
DL   We Need to Talk About itBen HarperChrysalis
       
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DL   You Might Not Like HerMaddie ZahmDollgirl Records/AWAL/Inertia
       
DL   Floating (5 track EP)Benji LewisBenji Lewis
DL   And Her Kryptonite (5 track EP)Saraha BeckSaraha Beck
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DL   I Was NeonJulia JacklinTransgressive
DL   MoodWilliam Singe, Keys Open DoorsTwenty87 Records
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DL   UNHOLYSailor Goon, Donell LewisNew Levels
DL   MercedesJAY1One Wave
DL   The RoomFlying Lotus, Devin TracyWarp Records
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DL   Silence Is GoldenThe BethsCarpark Records
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DL   10:36beabadoobeeDirty Hit
DL   Sweet BounceStefflon DonDJ Frass Records
DL   Move OnSatin Jackets, PanamaEskimo Recordings
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DL   Control DemClub AngelAstral People Recordings
DL   Choose Your FighterNova TwinsMarshall Records
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DL   Times ChangeMall Grab feat. D Double E & NovelistLooking For Trouble/LG105
DL   GoldCellarr feat. LORACellarr
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DL   64 BarsGold FangNLV Records
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DL   Love & FireThe Black SeedsProville Records
DL   Call MeGabrielle AplinNever Fade/AWAL
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  CD2xVinylA HEARTLESS PORTRAIT (THE ORPHEAN TESTAMENT)EVERGREYNapalm Records/Sony
   2xVinylWHAT IT IS: MONTREAL 7/7/83 (RSD DROP 2 2022)MILES DAVISSony International
   VinylMOTOMAMIROSALIASony International
   VinylSO FAR SO GOODTHE CHAINSMOKERSSony International
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   2xVinylTRAILER PARK (RSD 2022)BETH ORTONColumbia/Sony
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   2xVinylLIVE ON TWO LEGSPEARL JAMColumbia/Sony
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  CD2xVinylStudio One Women Vol. 2Soul Jazz Records PresentsSoul Jazz Records/Planet-MGM
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Blue V  VinylMicro-Phonies (1984)Cabaret VoltaireMute/Inertia
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 DLCD EYEYELykke LiPlay It Again Sam/Inertia
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Yellow V CD2xVinylA Light For Attracting AttentionThe SmileXL/Inertia
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Blue VDL VinylLove LanguageWindwakerFearless
 DL  Small Town RitualsGarrett KatoNettwerk Music Group
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 DL  Love & FireThe Black SeedsProville Records
 DL  S.I.D.E.S.Alice MertonPaper Planes International
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 DL  Let's Hear it for The KingDan Reed NetworkDrakkar Ent/Soulfood Music
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Singles Chartifacts:
Kate Bush had been "Running Up That Hill" for 37 years, and this week the song perches atop the ARIA Singles summit for a second week.

"Running Up That Hill" also logs a second week at the top in New Zealand and Sweden, and it climbs to the top of the singles chart this week in England, Ireland and Switzerland, while it jumps to No.2 in Canada, No.3 in France and No.4 in The U.S.A. (new peak) and Germany (on hold at No.4), plus No.6 in both Finland and Denmark.

Kate Bush broke three records on the English Singles Chart by climbing to No.1 this week, 'Longest Gap Between No.1 Singles' (44 years), 'Oldest Solo Female Act at No.1' (63 years and 11 months old) and 'Longest Time taken to reach No.1' (37+ years), one of which I dissected last week (gap between No.1's), while someone asked me during the week whether or not this was the Australian charts' 'Longest Time to climb to No.1', which I believe "Running Up That Hill" now holds that honour in Australia. Kate's returned track also cracks a new local chart feat too, in that it's third week within the ARIA Top 10 is now longer than it's original 1985 run of two weeks within the ten (6 and 8, late October and early November 1985).

Here's a list of the longest climbs to the top in Australia.
Initial entryNo.1 datelength of timeTitles - Artists
02-Sep-8513-June-2236 years, 8 monthsRunning Up That Hill - Kate Bush (No.6, 1985)
07-Aug-6504-Nov-9025 years, 3 monthsUnchained Melody - Righteous Brothers (No.3 in 1965)
27-Nov-9403-Dec-1824 years, 1 weekAll I Want for Christmas is You - Mariah Carey (No.2 in 1994)
27-Apr-6802-May-8820 years, 1 week(What a) Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong (No.22 in 1968)

Harry Styles sits at No.2 on both the singles and albums chart this week, as his former No.1's "As it Was" (U.S.A. No.1 for a sixth week and Canada for a ninth week), and it's parent album "Harry's House", both hold (single) and drop (album) to the second tier position, while he again has a second Top 10 track as "Late Night Talking" is down one spot to land at No.10. Lizzo is back up one chart-rung to her former peak of No.3 for a third time with her highest charted single "About Damn Time", having previously lodged in this peak spot on June 6th and initially on May 16th.

Japanese-Australian artist Joji makes his sixth Top 100, third Top 50 and now first Top 10 appearance with his first single from an upcoming third album (no date or title known) called "Glimpse of Us", which lands at No.4 this week, while the track also sees debuts in New Zealand (No.2), Ireland (No.17) and England (No.31).

Jack Harlow's "First Class" track drops down two spots this week to land at No.5, followed by the two Top 10 entries for local rapper and current tourist Kid Laroi, with "Thousand Miles" and his Justin Bieber duet "Stay"; both dipping one spot each to No.6 and No.7 respectively, while 'Stay' also logs it's 48th week within the Top 10 (2nd longest of all time), it is followed by the now 71 weeks running Top 10 entrant "Heat Waves" by Glass Animals (Longest of all Time within the Top 10), which is a non-mover at No.8. Last week's high new entry for Post Malone with Doja Cat is only down two spots this week to No.9, after which Doja is three places away from her next chart entry.

UP:
Doja's "Vegas" track from the June 23rd issued 'Elvis' movie jumps up five places this week to a new peak of No.12, while the song could be joined next week by the soundtracks' next issued single from Eminem called "The King and I" featuring Cee-Lo Green which samples/loops "Heartbreak Hotel" throughout it. The Doja Cat track is the only climbing song within the Top 20, but on hold are "Big Energy" by Latto, "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" for Elton John and Dua Lipa along with "Ghost" for Justin Bieber at No.11, No.13 and No.20 respectively.
Climbing again for a second week is the Camila Cabello and Ed Sheeran duet "Bam Bam", back up two spots to No.21, while Tate McRae's latest "She's All I Wanna Be" is back up one to No.23 and newly certified ▲Platinum in sales. Rising two places apiece are "Enemy" for Imagine Dragons, "Save Your Tears" by The Weeknd and "Levitating" by Dua Lipa to No.25, No.26 and No.27 respectively, followed by two three place rising entries in "Following the Sun" for SUPER-HI and "Industry Baby" by Lil' Nas X to No.28 and No.29.
The 'Top Gun: Maverick' soundtrack has three songs on it, all three of which are charting as of last week, and two of them are now within the Top 50, as OneRepublic's contribution to the film called "I Ain't Worried" zooms up the chart sixty-four places to land at No.30 this week, the band's highest placed single since their 2020 teaming with Kygo on "Lose Somebody" (HP-31 for two weeks on 8th and 15th of June, 2020). The album's lead single "Hold My Hand" by Lady Gaga initially peaked at No.36 on entry (May 16th), and now this week it rises back up eight places to score a new peak of No.35, while the albums third issued single in Kenny Loggins' "Danger Zone" (HP-14x3 in 1986, AMR charts) saw it's first ARIA Chart entry last week at No.79.
Willow is back up four places to No.31 with "Wait a Minute", while The Killers 2004 track "Mr. Brightside'' leaps back up eleven spots to land at No.34. Like OneRepublic's new track, another two of last week's lower fifty entries climb up into the Top 50 this week, with newcomers Nicky Youre and dazy leaping twenty-two spots to No.40 with their first entry "Sunroof", and Taylor Swift's 2017 track "Don't Blame Me" rises six spots to No.46, while returning to the fifty, up six spots to No.49, is Benson Boone 's "In the Stars" (HP-34).
Vance Joy sees their third studio album enter at No.3 this week, while the album's latest single "Clarity" jumps up twenty-eight places to land at a new peak of No.41 after nine previous weeks in the lower fifty, having initially peaked at No.66 upon entry (April 18th). Ed Sheeran and Lil' Baby with "2Step" move up one spot to a new peak of No.43, while Ed's "Shape of You" single is this week logging it's 208th week within the Top 100, that's equal to four years of charting, while he also still holds the record for 'Longest Charting Top 100 entry' with "Perfect" (270 weeks, 5 years 10 weeks).

DOWN:
Post Malone is reduced to only one Top 10 entry this week, as last week's leaper "Cooped Up" with Roddy Ricch drops down eight places to No.18 after a single week within the ten at No.10. The two Top 20 entries for Ed Sheeran both drop a little bit, with "Bad Habits" one week shy of it's one-year chart anniversary, it dips two places to No.14, while "Shivers" is down one spot to No.16, with Lost Frequencies with Calum Scott and "Where Are You Now" newly 3x▲Platinum in sales and down one spot to No.15, with the fifth and final Top 20 declining entry being Future and Drake's "Wait for U" to No.19, while Drake dropped a surprise album on Friday, so expect a Drakeluge on the singles chart next week.
Harry Styles is reduced to six Top 50 entries this week, two within the Top 10, after which he declines with "Matilda" (16 to No.22), "Music for a Sushi Restaurant" (19 to No.24), "Daylight" (21 to No.32) and finally "Little Freak" which halves it's position from last week, dropping twenty-five places to land at No.50.
Further dropping singles include "abcdeFU" by Gayle, down eleven places to No.37, "True Love" for Kanye West and XXXTentacion, falling twenty places to No.42 (although I though the XXXT album that it came from debuting this week it might have kept it flying high for another week, but alas not), "Without You" for Kid Laroi (34 to No.45), "10 Things I Hate About You" for Leah Kate (40 to No.47) and falling out from last weeks Top 50 are two Post Malone entries in "Wasting Angels" (No.30) and "One Right Now" (No.42).

FURTHER NEW ENTRY:
* #4 - Glimpse of Us by Joji (88rising / Warner Australia)

* #17 - Yet to Come by BTS (BigHit Music) is the South Korean acts single lifted from their new No.1 album and compilation called "Proof", with the ballad becoming their thirteenth Top 50 and seventh Top 20 placement in Australia, having last charted in mid-May on the PSY track "That That" (HP-49).

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Singles; New Entries:
4Glimpse of UsJojihttps://youtu.be/NgsWGfUlwJI88rising/Warner
17Yet to ComeBTShttps://youtu.be/nKA8cnz9yyoBigHit Music
62Cash in Cash OutPharrell Williams feat. Savage & Tyler, The Creatorhttps://youtu.be/cKEwnhc8ItYColumbia
63Run BTSBTShttps://youtu.be/ssD6mzewGVoBigHit Music
79So GoodHalseyhttps://youtu.be/N6tv11_KMiMCapitol
89Rock and a Hard PlaceBailey Zimmermanhttps://youtu.be/0XfOGBp52kcElektra/Warner Nashville
97go (goddard. Remix)Cat Burnshttps://youtu.be/i0d-2K2feksSince93/RCA

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Albums Chartifacts:
The third No.1 for South Korean group BTS is their second charted Best of collection called "Proof", also landing at the top of five further countries this week too.

"Proof" (BigHit Music) is the 950th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2022), the 801st for ARIA (198 to 2022), the 585th to debut at the albums chart summit, the 19th No.1 for 2022 and now the third for BTS and their record label after "Map of the Soul: Persona (EP)" (1 week on April 22nd, 2019) and "Map of the Soul: 7" (for two consecutive weeks on March 2nd and 9th, 2020).

So BTS have now amassed four weeks from their three No.1 Albums in Australia, placing them equal 143rd on the listing for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums (1965 to 2022)' alongside Slipknot (3 No.1's, 4 four weeks at the top), while for this decade they have three weeks from two No.1's (equal 7th on this decade's listing alongside Billie Eilish). "Proof" has also landed first week at the top in Germany, The Netherlands, Japan, New Zealand and their home country of South Korea.

This is the first album with the word 'proof' in it's title to hit No.1 in Australia, while for BTS this is now their eighth Top 10 entry, while the album contains this week's No.17 singles chart entry "Yet to Come'', with the band's last chart entry being their previous compilation "BTS, The Best'' (HP-31, 28th of June, 2021). With BTS being the only group from South Korea to hit No.1 in Australia, they of course are the only act with the most No.1's from any Asian country, while the "Proof" album is now the 416th by a Group (local or overseas) to hit No.1 in Australia, plus the seventh for 2022, with Northlane on May 2nd being the last group at the summit.

After three week's at the top the third Harry Styles album "Harry's House" (No.3 vinyl, Irish No.1) drops down one spot to land at No.2, after which the third studio album for Vance Joy called "In Our Own Sweet Time" debuts at No.3 (No.2 vinyl), becoming the local acts third Top 3 album in the process, as their first two sets both went to No.1 upon entry, "Dream Your Life Away" (1 week on 15th of Sept., 2014) and "Nation of Two" (1 week on 5th of March, 2018). The album's current single "Clarity" has jumped to No.41 (LW-69) this week, and it's lead single "Missing Piece" hit No.14 on July 26th, 2021 and is spending it's 55th week within the Top 100 as of this week, while second issued track "Don't Fade" (Feb. 2022) didn't hit the Top 100.

Thanks to it being issued on vinyl last week, and the No.1 selling vinyl set this week is the May 2nd No.49 peaking 20th album for local psy-rock act King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard called "Omnium Gatherum", which returns to the chart at a new peak of No.4, becoming the group's eleventh Top 10 and eighth Top 5 album locally. This is followed by the new No.1 Album in Canada this week, which is down three places after debuting last week at No.2, the fourth Post Malone set "Twelve Carat Toothache".

Dipping a single place each are Olivia Rodrigo's "SOUR" and Ed Sheeran's "= (Equals)" set to No.6 and No.7 respectively, while Olivia's album has just been reissued on pink vinyl, so it could rebound again next week. The only non-mover within the Top 10 is at No.8, The Weeknd's collection "The Highlights", followed by a two place drop to No.9 for Kid Laroi's "F**k Love" mixtapes.

George Ezra sees his third studio album becoming his third successive English No.1 Album this week, with "Gold Rush Kid" landing here at No.10, becoming his third Top 10 entry in Australia. His last two albums were April 2018's second set "Staying at Tamara's" debuting and peaking at No.7, and his first set "Wanted on Voyage" started charting on July 28th, 2014, eventually peaking at No.4 on January 19th, 2015.

UP:
There are only three albums which climb within the Top 50 this week, with the first set being SZA's debut album "Ctrl", which thanks to an expanded 5th Anniversary edition featuring seven new songs, has returned to the Top 100 at the new peak of No.30. Five years ago this week the album first debuted and peaked at No.40 on June 19th, 2017, with the album scoring a new peak of No.39 on January 18th, 2021, while the album's last appearance within the Top 100 was on August 16th of 2021.
The two other older albums which rebound this week are due to high placements on the vinyl sales chart, with "AM" for The Arctic Monkeys up nine places to No.9 (No.7 vinyl) and "Currents" for Tame Impala bounding up thirty-five spots to land at No.41 (No.4 vinyl).

DOWN:
Three of the four Top 10 dropouts land within the Top 20 this week, with Doja Cat's "Planet Her" (HP-2, WI10-49, No.12 vinyl) down two to No.11 and leaving the Top 10 for only the second time (one week shy of it's one-year chart anniversary), followed by an eight place fall to No.12 for the Kendrick Lamar set "Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers" (HP-1x1, WI10-4), while "Fine Line" (HP-1x, WI10-82, No.11 vinyl) for Harry Styles slips down three places to No.13, with his self-titled set declining eight spots this week to No.29 (No.9 vinyl).
Tate McRae drops down eight places this week to No.19 with her debut album "i used to think i could fly", spending a third week within the Top 20, while dropping down into the Top 30 are Justin Bieber's "Justice" (16 to No.22), "÷ (Divide)" for Ed Sheeran (19 to No.23), "Come Homes the Kids Miss You" by Jack Harlow (12 to No.24), the 'Top Gun: Maverick' soundtrack (15 to No.27), with the five Top 50 entries for Taylor Swift all declining this week, "1989" (18 to No.28, her highest placed this week), "Red (TsV)" (26 to No.32, No.20 vinyl), "folklore" (35 to No.40), "Lover" (39 to No.45) and "Reputation" (38 to No.48).
Elton John's "Diamonds" tarnishes eight places to No.31, both Luke Combs sets drop with 'What You See' down nine to No.33 and 'This One' dipping six to No.35. Pop Smoke's 'Shoot for the Stars' falls twelve spots to No.37, while Drake's "Certified Lover Boy" is down ten places to No.38, plus he announced a surprise album on Friday (June 17th) called "Honestly, Nevermind" which could pull this album back up next week.
The Weeknd declines with his three further Top 50 entries, "Dawn FM" (30 to No.36), "After Hours" (36 to No.42) and "Starboy" (37 to No.47), with soundtracks for 'Encanto' (33 to No.43) and Queen's 'Bohemian Rhapsody' (32 to No.44) both falling down, followed by Dua Lipa's self-titled debut set falling eight places to No.49. Thornhill's No.3 entry from last week "Heroine" leaves the Top 50 this week, as too does "Dance Fever" for Florence + the Machine (LW-34) and for the first time in it's 30 weeks of charting the Adele album "30" (LW-31) drops into the lower fifty.

FURTHER NEW ENTRIES:
* # 1 (GH#1) - Proof by BTS (BigHit Music)

* # 3 (LP#3) - In Our Own Sweet Time by Vance Joy (Liberation)

* #10 (LP#3) - Gold Rush Kid by George Ezra (Columbia)

* #14 (LP#6) - Scoring the End of the World by Motionless in White (Roadrunner) is the sixth studio album for the U.S. heavy metal act, their fourth to chart in Australia, and now their second Top 20 and highest placed album ever, surpassing the No.19 peak of their first chart entry here with their third album "Reincarnate" on the 22nd of September, 2014, with the band also charting in between with "Graveyard Shift" (LP#4, HP-35, May 2017) and "Disguise" (LP#5, HP-32, June 2019).

* #15 (Comp#1) - Look at Me: The Album by XXXTenatcion (Bad Vibes Forever/Columbia) is also a companion album to his recently issued documentary 'Look at Me', with the album featuring older SoundCloud tracks, along with his recent chart entry "True Love" (HP-21, TW-42) with Kanye West, while this new entry for the slain rapper is now his fourth Top 30 entry in Australia.

* #21 (LP#9) - Denim & Rhinestones by Carrie Underwood (Mercury Nashville) is the ninth studio album and now eighth Top 100 entry (7 studios and 1 best of) and sixth Top 50 placement for the U.S. country singer, who was last within our Top 50 with her sixth album "Cry Pretty" (HP-4, 24th of Sept., 2018), with this new album debuting at No.1 on the ARIA Country Albums Chart this week.

* #26 (LP#5) - Neon Soul by O'Shea (Sony Australia) is the fifth album for the local married couple of Mark and Jay O'Shea, plus it also becomes their fifth Top 40 album after "Mr. & Mrs. (LP#1, HP-39, June 2012), "One + One" (LP#2, HP-24, late January 2013), "The Famine & The Feast" (LP#3, HP-26, late January 2015) and their last was with "61-615" (LP#4, HP-16, early August 2017), with this new set landing at No.2 on the ARIA Country Chart.

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Albums; New Entries:
1ProofBTSProof (album) - WikipediaBigHit MusicGH1
3In Our Own Sweet TimeVance JoyIn Our Own Sweet Time - WikipediaLiberationA3
4Omnium Gatherum ®King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard Omnium Gatherum (album) - WikipediaKGLWA20
10Gold Rush KidGeorge EzraGold Rush Kid - WikipediaColumbiaA3
14Scoring the End of the WorldMotionless in WhiteScoring the End of the World - WikipediaRoadrunnerA6
15Look at Me: The AlbumXXXTentacionLook at Me: The Album - WikipediaBad Vibes Forever/ColumbiaComp1
21Denim & RhinestonesCarrie UnderwoodDenim & Rhinestones - WikipediaMercury NashvilleA9
26Neon SoulO'SheaO'Shea (band) - WikipediaSony Aust.A5

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New Certifications:
NEW CERTIFICATIONS
Singles:
Where Are You Now by Lost Frequencies feat. Calum Scott ▲3
She's All I Wanna Be by Tate McRae ▲
One Kiss by Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa ▲7 (was 5P)

No Albums this week.

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 10th to the 16th of June, 2022.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.
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50v252546Harry Styles - Little Freak

06-16-25-50


RE-ENTRY #149^655734Benson Boone - In The Stars

35-34-40-50-61-55-49


48^1496044J. Cole - No Role Modelz <P>6

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47v740822Leah Kate - 10 Things I Hate About You

65-38-22-37-39-40-40-47


NEW ENTRY #146^652246Taylor Swift - Don't Blame Me <G>

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45v1134801The Kid Laroi with Miley Cyrus - WITHOUT YOU <P>6

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44v3411725Elley Duhé - Middle Of The Night <P>

91-51-31-29-27-25-30-32-27-27-29-32-41-42-45-41-44


NEW PEAK #143^144943Ed Sheeran (feat Lil Baby) - 2step

55-(R)70-60-53-56-59-62-44-43


42v2022321Kanye West & XXXTentacion - True Love

21-22-42


NEW ENTRY #241^28691041Vance Joy - Clarity

66-70-73-74-72-86-79-70-69-41
NEW ENTRY #340^2262240Nicky Youre & Dazy - Sunroof

62-40


39v138338Sleepy Hallow (feat 347aidan) - Die Young

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38^139351Adele - Easy On Me <P>4

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37v1126302Gayle - abcdefu <P>2

17-04-04-02-03-07-03-02-02-03-03-03-04-04-05-05-06-07-07-08-09-09-11-11-14-23-28-22-26-37


36HOLD36397Lil Nas X - Thats What I Want <P>3

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NEW PEAK #235^843635Lady Gaga - Hold My Hand

36-83-84-47-43-35


34^114510323The Killers - Mr. Brightside <P>14

59-40-37-35-29-31-35-33-33-34-37-36-44-51-64-79-93-(R)84-(R)48-(R)87-79-75-97-99-94-94-(R)87-61-71-83-83-76-73-75-70-70-79-82-93-75-53-69-61-56-50-55-70-70-66-59-56-54-60-51-54-58-60-65-53-49-53-80-88-74-58-55-53-52-54-54-50-45-57-57-50-52-51-65-89-23-49-43-46-43-42-39-35-31-36-36-35-33-34-34-28-30-32-39-45-45-49-45-34


33HOLD33571Olivia Rodrigo - Good 4 U <P>6

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32v112148Harry Styles - Daylight

08-14-21-32


31^4351225Willow - Wait A Minute <P>2

69-61-47-46-37-25-26-35-38-44-35-31
NEW ENTRY #430^6494230OneRepublic - I Ain't Worried

94-30


29^332474Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow - Industry Baby <P>5

06-05-06-05-05-06-11-06-04-05-06-06-07-07-07-07-09-09-09-10-10-13-25-09-13-11-05-09-10-12-10-10-09-10-11-12-10-10-10-12-14-15-26-32-37-32-29


28^3311618SUPER-Hi, Neeka - Following The Sun

64-27-23-21-22-24-22-18-18-21-21-28-33-36-31-28


27^229884Dua Lipa - Levitating <P>6

35-22-13-11-10-08-05-05-06-07-08-05-04-04-04-05-06-06-08-09-09-10-11-11-10-11-14-11-11-11-09-07-11-10-07-06-04-04-05-07-07-09-09-11-12-12-18-25-16-15-14-12-12-15-17-17-17-24-30-24-16-19-23-41-12-21-19-26-23-23-23-22-20-18-19-18-19-19-20-19-19-22-24-32-34-34-29-27


26^228753The Weeknd - Save Your Tears <P>6

50-32-29-18-07-06-06-07-09-09-12-15-18-21-19-04-07-08-10-16-06-05-03-03-05-06-08-08-11-11-12-15-15-27-37-21-20-21-19-19-21-21-21-23-30-32-28-23-24-28-50-19-25-22-32-28-26-25-21-15-14-15-15-15-18-17-16-16-19-20-29-31-33-28-26
25^2273115Imagine Dragons, JID & League of Legends - Enemy <P>

35-20-22-18-20-39-15-17-17-20-19-18-18-17-16-16-17-17-17-21-21-21-22-27-30-38-35-35-27-25


24v51944Harry Styles - Music For A Sushi Restaurant

04-12-19-24


23^1241919Tate McRae - She's All I Wanna Be <P>NEW CERT

28-20-19-23-32-33-31-27-28-28-26-23-23-29-33-36-26-24-23


22v61643Harry Styles - Matilda

03-09-16-22


21^2231511Camila Cabello (feat Ed Sheeran) - Bam Bam <G>

19-18-16-16-14-11-11-13-13-18-25-29-31-23-21
20HOLD203811Justin Bieber - Ghost <P>2

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19v118712Future (feat Drake & Tems) - WAIT FOR U

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18v810510Post Malone (feat Roddy Ricch) - Cooped Up

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NEW ENTRY #517NE TO T100117BTS - Yet To Come

17


16v115402Ed Sheeran - Shivers <P>3

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15v114285Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott - Where Are You Now <P>3NEW CERT

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14v212511Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits <P>5

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13HOLD13441Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) <P>5

07-04-03-05-03-03-02-02-02-02-02-01-01-03-03-02-01-01-01-04-01-01-01-02-02-02-01-01-04-03-03-04-04-05-06-06-08-09-08-14-23-15-13-13


NEW PEAK #312^517412Doja Cat - Vegas

76-(R)84-17-12


11HOLD11156Latto x Mariah Carey x DJ Khaled - Big Energy <P>

94-82-65-35-13-14-14-10-06-06-08-17-10-11-11
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10v1942Harry Styles - Late Night Talking

02-05-09-10


9v2727Post Malone (feat Doja Cat) - I Like You (A Happier Song)

07-09


8HOLD8951Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>10

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7v16491The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber - Stay <P>9

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6v1584The Kid Laroi - Thousand Miles <G>

04-04-05-09-20-06-05-06
5v23101Jack Harlow - First Class

01-01-02-02-02-02-05-04-03-05


NEW ENTRY #64NE TO T10014Joji - Glimpse of Us

04


RE-PEAK3^1473Lizzo - About Damn Time

12-03-04-07-03-04-03


2HOLD2111Harry Styles - As It Was <P>2

01-02-02-01-01-01-01-01-01-02-02


12ND WEEK @ #11141Kate Bush - Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)

AMR: 90-70-21-12-11-06-08-12-13-19-29-40-49-66-66-66-90
ARIA: 02-01-01
Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
30Post Malone (feat The Kid Laroi) - Wasting Angels
37Harry Styles - Satellite
42Post Malone & The Weeknd - One Right Now
46Kendrick Lamar - N95
47Harry Styles - Grapejuice
48Doja Cat - Woman
50Kendrick Lamar, Blxst & Amanda Reifer - Die Hard
Well we had a good run for a week, now that "Sunroof" is on the New Music chart, I have no idea what the chart means anymore lol.
Shame that Sweater Weather still isn't allowed to chart but it doesn't surprise me...

New cert below the Top 50:

Calvin Harris & Dua Lipa - One Kiss: 7x Platinum
This might be me stretching the cope but given that "Little Freak" was only 50K behind it on Spotify and doing much better on Apple, there is the chance The Neighbourhood still didn't quite make the top 50
Guess this is the calm before the Drake storm (and also the Beyonce storm next month). It's been a good few stable weeks so can't wait to see 10+ Drake songs lol
One interesting thing I do notice about 'Sunroof' is that it seems to have a fairly recent catalogue number, say compared to 'Vegas'.
Ooh good catch, I suppose it marks the point that Sony lapped it up. Though it begs the question of whether that would let slide much more egregious cases like "Freaks" which got swooped up by a major label last year but was released all the way back in 2013.

I'm sure there'll be no shortage of future TikTok hits to test this out
Beyonce has an album due? (i don't keep up to date with new music) I did think there might be a drake album bomb next week but i'm not gonna go out on a limb and say it'll be the case.
The best place to keep a look out for upcoming Albums is this page...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_2022_albums
Haha Running Up That Hill by Kate Bush is #1????? Wtf! Charts these days are so weird. I like the song tho so can't complain.
Chartifacts updated for this week.
lower entries updated for this week, five singles, no further LP's, no extra certs.
Interesting for "Go" to suddenly appear in the top 100. I imagine the original and the goddard. remix are both getting good streams somewhere beneath the Spotify top 200 so it's not hard to believe, but you wouldn't know it from the top 200 which the original merely scraped 2 months ago, and the remix has never made. (For context, both versions were simultaneously top 20 on UK Spotify for a while, from which the song has been top 10 on the UK chart for months, while the remix has been top 10 on NZ Spotify for about 2 months with the original in and out of the top 200.)
Yeah. I was wondering which version I should be putting on my site. I was gonna go with the Sam Smith version that's just come out and, at least, seems the most popular version on iTunes.
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

On that Pharrell debut, ARIA credited Savage (the Kiwi rapper) when it's actually 21 Savage (the American rapper). I know my Savage's.


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