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New Releases w/c Friday 9th of September 2022.

* collected and collated by bulion.

* New Albums this week from Robbie Williams, Ozzy Osbourne, Kane Brown, Adam Harvey & Beccy Cole, Parkway Drive, Marlon Williams, Sampa the Great, John Legend, Julian Lennon, KT Tunstall, The Afghan Whigs.
DL   Woke Up in LoveKygo feat. Gryffin & Calum ScottRCA/Sony
DL   Kill for Your LoveLabrinthColumbia/Sony
DL   While You're at itJessie MurphColumbia/Sony
DL   2 Mins of PainSleepy HallowWinners Circle/RCA/Sony
DL   OutsideBryson TillerRCA/Sony
DL   Don't I Make it Look EasyMeghan TrainorEpic/Sony
 VS  Charlie (Live)Tones & IBad Batch/Sony
 VS 12thPort Rd.Holy Holy feat. Queen PSony
DL  8thOdysseyVilifyVilify/MGM
DL  8thTigressGeorgia FieldsMGM
DL   Talk To MeNeighbourhood VoidMGM
DL   If You Talk In Your SleepRay BeadleInterface Blue/MGM
DL   Good MourningThe Boy of Many ColorsHydrofunk Records/MGM
DL   Every Story Has Two SidesThe PleasuresMGM
DL   DevilBonnie KellettRTC Records/MGM
DL   Sea Of HarmonyFrente CalienteZun Zun Music//MGM
DL   Wreck & RuinKasey Chambers and Shane NicholsonEssence Music/MGM
DL   The Light and the DarkKristin BerardiEarshift Music/MGM
DL  12thGood ThingJake DaveyRTC Records/MGM
DL  12thRocket ManAlyce PlattMGM
DL  12thRunning Out Of TimeLoki HinesMGM
   7" VinylBack in Time / Mall GrabbingDead Tooth HottieIgloo Records/MGM
DL   Forget MeLewis CapaldiVertigo/UMA
DL   MiraclesAlex GDomino/UMA
DLVS  Key to the CitySorryDomino/UMA
DL   Seeing StarsJessica VeronicaVeronicas Music/UMA
DL   Better VersionFLETCHERCapitol/UMA
DL   Don't Go BackMarlon WilliamsVirgin Australia/UMA
DL   curious/furiousWILLOWMSFTSMusic/Roc Nation
DL   See ThroughHANNIDew Process/UMA
DL   Sorry5 Seconds of Summer feat. Sierra Deaton5SOS/BMG/Warner
DL   TwenniesDragonetteBMG/Warner
DL   San QuentinNickelbackBMG/Warner
DL   Ghetto Superstar Roddy Ricch feat G. Herbo & Doe BoyAtlantic/Warner
DL   Sad GirlsClean Bandit feat. French the Kid & RemaAtlantic/Warner
DL   Can U Dance (to My Beat)TiestoMusic Freedom
DL   Who's Gonna Love You TonightSnakehips feat, TinasheHelix Records/Payday
DL   AtoposNjorkOne Little Independent

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2xV / 2xPicVDLCDCassPATIENT NUMBER 9OZZY OSBOURNEEpic/Sony International
2xV / 2xBluVDLCD2CDXXVROBBIE WILLIAMSFarrell Music/Sony International
Red/Gray/White VDLCDBlu/YeloVDARKER STILLPARKWAY DRIVEParkway Records/Resist/Sony
 DL 2xVinylKNOW YOUR ENEMY (2001) (Deluxe Edition)MANIC STREET PREACHERSSony International
   VinylSTARS AND SATELLITES (10th Year Ann.Ed.)TRAMPLED BY TURTLESBanjodad Records/Sony
White VDLCDYello VMy BoyMarlon WilliamsVirgin Australia/UMA
Red VDL CD-23rdAs Above, So BelowSampa the GreatLoma Vista/Concord/UMA
 DL2CD LEGENDJohn LegendRepublic/UMA
 DL 8thHorseshit on Route 66The GardenVada Vada//Epitaph//UMA
 DL  Age/Sex/LocationAri LennoxDreamville/Interscope/UMA
 DL Phys-16thTekknoElectric CallboyCentury Media/UMA
 DL  Demons Protected by AngelsNavXO/Republic/UMA
 DL Phys-30thWhen the Lights Go Totally Enormous Extinct DinosaursNice Age Music/I OH YOU/Liberation
 DL  Palaces: The Remixes Part 2FlumeFuture Classic/UMA
Green VDLCDVinylWhen the Wind Forgets Your NameBuilt to SpillSub Pop/Warner
Green VDLCDYello VAnthemFlogging MollyBMG/Warner
 DLCD The Midnight Demon ClubHighly SuspectRoadrunner/Warner
 DLCD Luxury DiseaseONE OK ROCKFueled by Ramon/Atlantic/Warner
Red V  VinylThe DreamingMonsta XBMG/Warner
Clear VDLCDPink VHow Do You Burn?The Afghan WhigsRoyal Creamm//BMG/Warner
 DL VinylJudeJulian LennonBMG/Warner
 DL2CD Muswell Hillbillies / Everybody's in Show-BizThe KinksBMG/Warner
 DL  Cross CountryBRELANDBad Realm/Atlantic/Warner
 DL  Still, Vol. 2Mind On FireRadial Sounds
 DL  Visions of a Neon SoulAspyreUnderfoot Records
 DLCD Midnight SunIngrid James + Libor Smoldas Organ TrioIndependent
  CD In The MomentAshleigh DallasChecked Label Services
Opaque V CD Good GriefBells LarsenNext Door Records
  CD East Haiti Baby Big Moochie GrapePaper Route EMPIRE
2xGold V CD2xVinylStep On StepCharles StepneyInternational Anthem
Teal V CDVinylOne is OneDelta SpiritNew West Records
Yellow V CDVinylBack On The Road To YouFreedy JohnstonForty Below Records
Blue V  VinylHighways & RocketshipsFlorence DorePropeller Sound Recordings
Cherry V CD First LoveNo. 2Jealous Butcher Records
  CDVinylLe Non-Sens Du Rythme Pascal ComeladeBecause Music
  CD Only Built For Diamond Links PeezyBoyzEntertainment LLC/EMPIRE
Colour V CDCassArrangementsPreoccupationsPreoccupations
  CD You're Not A Bad Person, It's Just A Bad WorldRare AmericansYNBL Nation/EMPIRE
Clear V CD SanctuarySanctuarySundazed Music, Inc.
  CD SMOKESTACKSuburbiasuburbiaIndependent
  CD Pillow Talk TinkWinter's Diary/WD Records/EMPIRE
 DLCDVinylDiabloGabe GurnseyPhantasy Sound/Inertia
Green VDLCDVinylI Love You Jennifer BJockstrapRough Trade/Inertia
 DLCDVinylHorsepower for the StreetsJonathan Jeremiah{PIAS} Recordings/Inertia
Red VDLCDCass/VinylHideous BastardOliver Sim Young//Inertia
Picture VDL  SpiritualsSantigoldLittle Jerk/Inertia
Green VDL  Two SistersSarah DavachiLate Music/Inertia
2xOrange VDLCD2xVinylNatural Brown Prom QueenSudan ArchivesStoens Throw/Inertia
2xBlue VDLCD HeroesThe MidnightCounter Records/Inertia
  CD EP"ACRA Certain RatioMute/Inertia
White V   Kill the Moonlight (20th Ann.Ed.)SpoonMatador/Inertia
Clear VDL VinylStellar DriftingGeorge FitzgeraldDouble Six Records
 DL  Clouds of JoyBadge Epoque EnsembleTelephone Explosion
 DL  HyenaKMFDMMetropolis Records
 DL  2007Miya FolickStop Talking/Nettwork
 DL  NUTKT TunstallBlue Elan/Orchard

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Singles Chartifacts:

After twelve years of charting, Nicki Minaj lands her first ever No.1 single in Australia as her sampled track "Super Freaky Girl" climbs into the top spot locally this week.

"Super Freaky Girl" (Young Money/Republic) becomes the 1117th No.1 Single in Australia (1940 to 2022), the 552nd for ARIA (1983 to 2022), the eleventh No.1 for 2022, the first for Nicki and now the 17th for the record label Republic (through Universal).

2022 saw its first NEW No.1 single in the second week of April (the latest it's ever occurred), and it took Australia until the end of August to see it land a ninth No.1 for this year for BLACKpink, and now with a new No.1 single again this week, it's now a fifth week in a row that a different song has appeared at the top after Kate Bush landing her last week (Aug. 15th), followed by a returned Harry Styles (Aug. 22nd), then BLACKpink debuting at the top (Aug. 29th), with last week's Elton and Britney top-spot entry (Sept. 5th), and now this week another new No.1 song, with the last time this occurring being in June to July 2012 between Karise Eden (June 25th), Flo Rida (July 2nd), Resse Mastin (July 9th), Pink (July 16th) and then FUN. (July 23rd) (thanks to Jesse'77 for the lead).

This is the first time that the word 'Super' or 'Freaky' has appeared in a No.1 single, although there were close matches for Jamelia and "Superstar" (1 week on 8th of March, 2004) and two 'Freak' track for Chic (5 weeks from Feb. 26th, 1979 with "Le Freak") and also Silverchair's "Freak" (debuted at No.1 holding for two weeks from Jan. 26th,1997), with it now the 20th appearance in a No.1 song title for the word 'Girl'. Another first which Nicki achieves is that she is the first act from Trinidad and Tobago to land a No.1 single in Australia, and while Billy Ocean was born on those islands, he was raised in England, whereas Nicki started her career there in the early 2000's, plus she is also the 159th Solo Female Act to hit No.1 in Australia and the fifth for 2022 (Mariah Carey, Dua Lipa, Kate Bush and Britney Spears were the other four).

"Super Freaky Girl" has previously spent a single week at the top in America (Aug. 29th) and is the No.1 song in New Zealand this week for a third consecutive time, while Australia is now the third country to make it a chart-topper. The song has jumped into the UK Top 10 (11 to No.6), climbed to a new peak in Ireland (8 to No.7), while it's also in the Top 10 in several European countries this week too. The song is also taken from Nicki's first collection of hits called "Queen Radio: Volume 1", which entered the ARIA Album Charts last week at No.61.

Nicki first charted in 2010 on the Will.i.am track "Check it Out" (HP-21, late September 2010) had the hook for "Video Killed the Radio Star" for Buggles (last No.1 of the 1970's, 7 weeks from Dec. 3rd, 1979), and her first Top 10 was with "Super Bass" (No.6x2, August 2011, no samples), while her first big hit was with "Starships" (HP-2x5, March 2012) which sampled 'Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star'. And now the sample from the 1982 single "Super Freak" from Rick James is featured in her first No.1 single, making it the second time that a piece of that song has made it to the top in Australia, as MC Hammer first sampled it for "U Can't Touch This" (5 weeks from July 22nd, 1990), which was also the first Rap/Hip Hop song to ever make it to No.1 in Australia (Young MC's "Bust a Move" was issued prior to MC Hammer, but it didn't make it to No.1 here until October 28th, 1990).

The former NZ No.1 single for OneRepublic and "I Ain't Worried" has climbed two spots this week to land at a new peak of No.2 in Australia, surpassing the three broken weeks of its former peak of No.4, while a second sample-heavy track makes a leap into the Top 3 this week, as David Guetta and Bebe Rexha with "I'm Good (Blue)" jumps up sixteen spots to land at No.3, while the song has also leapt in NZ (26 to No..5), England (7 to No.2), Ireland (6 to No.2), Germany (12 to No..4) and debuted at No.8 in Canada and No.81 in the U.S.A. this past week. The new Top 10 becomes the sixth for Bebe (and third Top 3) and the 18th for David Guetta (9th Top 3 hit).

After 22 weeks within the Top 3, Harry Styles' "As it Was" drops to its lowest position by dipping one spot to No.4, while the song has held for a twelfth broken week at No.1 in the U.S.A., it was finally dethroned in Canada after 17 weeks by another Top 10 entry here this week. Last week's No.1 entry for Elton John and Britney Spears with "Hold Me Closer" has dropped four spots this week to No.5, while the song has entered this past week at No.3 in the Canada and No.6 in the U.S.A., while locally the track also created another chart feats last week for both acts (which I forgot to mention), it places Britney sixth on the unusual listing for 'Biggest Gap between first and latest No.1 Single', as she first hit No.1 in Australia 23 years and 5 months ago (Feb 1999 with "...Baby, One More Time"), just ahead of Frank Sinatra (22 years, 11 months), while ahead of her are Louis Armstrong (No.5), Elvis Presley (No.4), Paul McCartney (No.3), Kate Bush (No.2) and Elton John (No.1 with a gap between first {Aug 30th, 1976} and last {Nov 8th, 2021} of 45 years and 2 months), which also extended last week to be 46 years and 6 days thanks to his new No.1 song.

Still keeping their Top 10 tally rolling along are Glass Animals, who've now racked up 83 weeks and running within the Top 10 for "Heat Waves", which drops back one spot to No.6 and is now 12x▲Platinum in sales, while the new No.2 in single in America is here down one spot to No.7 and scoring its first certification of Gold (●) in sales; "Bad Habits" for Steve Lacy.

The new No.1 single in Canada this week is "Sunroof" for Nicky Youre and dazy, while the track climbs to a new peak of No.5 in America, it holds at its peak of No.8 here for a second week, while it also climbs to a new chart height in New Zealand of No.19. Spending a second week at No.3 in NZ is the Chris Brown track "Under the Influence", which in Australia has jumped up four spots to land at No.9, becoming Chris' sixteenth Top 10 single locally, and his first since "Go Crazy" (HP-9, June 29th, 2020), after which is a three place dip to No.10 for Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)", which might not leave the Top 10 next week thanks to a physical release for the 'Stranger Things Season 4' soundtrack on Friday (Sept 9th).

Doja Cat's teaming with Post Malone on "I Like You (A Happier Song)" remains on hold at No.11 this week, while she rebounds with her 'ELVIS' soundtrack entry "Vegas" (16 to No.13, newly ▲Platinum), while her namesake song "Doja" by Central Cee is back up one place to No.16. The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber 17 week running No.1 song "Stay" is back up a spot to No.14, plus newly certified as 11x▲Platinum in sales, while Ed Sheeran's "Shivers" logs it's one-year chart anniversary by not moving from No.20, plus his duet "Bam Bam" with Camila Cabello is a non-mover at No.48, it's fourth time in that position in the past five weeks (Aug 15th and 22nd, then Sept 5th and now 12th).

Leaping fifteen places this week to land at a new peak of No.21 is the current UK (2nd week) and Irish (4th week) No.1 song "B.O.T.A. (Baddest of All Time)" by UK female DJ Eliza Rose along with producer and remixer Interplanetary Criminal, while the track debuted this week at No.27 in New Zealand. Thanks possibly to his new movies about to be released, the Harry Styles track "Late Night Talking" has leapt back to No.5 in England, while here it is back up two spots to No.22, while the previous UK No.1 single to Eliza Rose is also climbing up our charts, as "Afraid to Feel" for LF System scores a new peak at No.23.

"SNAP'' (HP-20) for Rosa Linn is back up three spots to No.24, after which the next climbing tracks are a one spot rebound to No.32 for "Betty (Get Money)" by Yung Gravy and a two-place climb to No.35 for Latto's "Big Energy'', after which "Numb" for Marshmello and Khalid returns to its former peak of No.38 (Aug. 29th) for a second stay.

Two songs leap into the Top 50 this week, making their first appearance this high on the charts. Lizzo's new single from her "Special" album is "2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)", which initially charted at No.68 for a week within the Top 100 on July 25th, the week her new album came out, and last week the song re-entered the chart at No.69 and this week it leaps up twenty-seven places to No.42, helped by two factors, the video clip was issued a few weeks ago, and last week she performed it at the MTV VMA's. The other climber is the first ever Top 50 appearance for the U.S. Country Singer Zach Bryan called "Something in the Orange", which is propelled up thirty-seven spots to land at No.46, having first charted on May 30th at No.71, it spent six broken weeks within the Top 100 before returning last week at No.83, now logging it's eighth week within the Top 100.

Two songs leave the Top 10 this week, with Lizzo's "About Damn Time" (HP-3x3, WI10-17) falling three spots to No.12, the same position it debuted at 19 weeks ago, meaning this is the songs first week outside of the Top 10 since it climbed into the ten on May 16th. "Pink Venom" (HP-1x1, WI10-2) for South Korea's BLACKpink drops a further nine places this week down to No.19 (it also fell nine last week 1 to No.10). Two further dropping former No.1's within the Top 20 are "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" for Elton John and Dua Lipa (12 to No.15) and "Glimpse of Us" for Joji (14 to No.17).

Ed Sheeran's "Bad Habits" and Lost Frequencies' "Where are You Now" both drop four places each to No.26 and No.27 respectively, while there are two place dips to No.28 and No.29 for "Another Love" by Tom Odell and "Sway My Way" for R3HAB and Amy Shark, which is newly certified Gold (●) in sales this week. Drake's "Jimmy Cooks" falls five places to No.34 and his guesting on Future's "Wait for U" is down one to No.41 and newly ▲Platinum in sales. The Weeknd drops down with "Save Your Tears" (34 to No.37), "Die for You" (42 to No.43) and "Blinding Lights" (41 to No.47), while "The Hills" is now 10x▲Platinum (LW-92).

* #44 - New Gold by Gorillaz feat Tame Impala & Bootie Brown (Parlophone) is the second track lifted from the February 2023 due eighth studio album the British act, as the title track "Cracker Island" with Thundercat was issued at the start of August, while the band's 2005 single "Feel Good Inc." returned to the chart on August 1st while they were touring the country, landing at No.91 for a single week within the Top 100. This new entry for Gorillaz is their now tenth Top 100 appearance, and their first since 2010's ""Stylo" (HP-48, March 2010, their last Top 50 appearance), "On Melancholy Hill" (HP-94) and their last entry was "Doncamatic" (HP-60) featuring Daley, from their "Singles Collection 2001-2011".
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44New GoldGorillaz feat. Tame Impala & Bootie Brownhttps://youtu.be/qJa-VFwPpYAParlophone
58How Do I Say GoodbyeDean Lewishttps://youtu.be/QCtEe-zsCtQIsland Aust.
73Everlong ®Foo Fightershttps://youtu.be/eBG7P-K-r1YRoswell/RCA
76AtlantisSeafrethttps://youtu.be/gVAy3IZiL0sSony UK
80Calm DownRema & Selena Gomezhttps://youtu.be/LPgN4EfzUrUJonzing World Ent../UMA
98FerrariJames Hype & Miggy Dela Rosahttps://youtu.be/4cCi6-16HR4Cross Records/Island

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Albums Chartifacts:

UK punk-pop artist YUNGBLUD sees his self-titled third studio album debut at No.1 in Australia, England, Ireland, Scotland and New Zealand this week.

"YUNGBLUD" (Locomotion/Geffen) becomes the 956th No.1 Album in Australia (1956 to 2022), the 807th for ARIA (1983 to 2022), the 591st to debut at No.1, the 26th chart-topping album for 2022, the 10th No.1 for the record label Geffen (SOUR for Olivia Rodrigo was their last from May 31st, 2021) and the first for YUNGBLUD, with this set also hitting the top in England (his second No.1 there), Ireland, Scotland and New Zealand too.

YUNGBLUD first charted here with his debut set "21st Century Liability" (HP-97, 2018), then his second set "Weird!" debuted and peaked at No.6 in mid-December of 2020. The new No.1 album also becomes the 43rd self-titled album to make it to the top and the second for this year as the Wet Leg album did so on April 18th, plus it's also the first time (naturally) that the word 'YUNGBLUD' has appeared in a No.1 Album's title, plus it's landed first week at No.19 on the vinyl sales chart.

Wet Leg was also the last time that back-to-back English acts took over the No.1 Albums spots in Australia, that was followed by a returning "Future Nostalgia" for Dua Lipa on April 25th, and now YUNGBLUD follows on from English band Muse from last week, with YUNGBLUD becoming the 171st English Act (solo male or female, duo or group) to make it to No.1 locally (sixth for 2022), plus the new chart-topping set is the 275th by a Solo Male Artist (local or overseas). YUNGBLUD also becomes the 77th English Act and the 29th Solo English Male act to place an album at No.1 in Australia.

The sixteenth studio album, the thirteenth Top 100, third Top 10 placement and now highest charted album for American thrash-metal act Megadeth entitled "The Sick, The Dying and the Dead!" debuts at No.2 this week (No.6 vinyl), the acts first album in six years and eight months to chart, as their 15th set "Dystopia" debuted and peaked at No.6 in the first week of February in 2016. The band first charted with their fourth album "Rust in Peace" (HP-47, peaked Nov. 12th, 1990) while their debut set "Killing is My Business... and Business is Good" was issued in 1985 and when re-issued in 2018 as 'The Final Kill' edition made it to No.84, while their other previous Top 10 album was their sixth set "Youthanasia" (HP-9, Nov. 13th, 1994).

Holding steady at No.3 and No.4 for a third consecutive week are "Harry's House" (No..10 vinyl) for Harry Styles and "The Highlights" for The Weeknd respectively, after which is the third new entry to the Top 10, the fourth studio album for local Brisbane act The Butterfly Effect called "IV (4)", the band's first new material in almost 14 years, since their last studio album "Final Conversations of Kings" (HP-3, late September 2008), while the band's first two albums were "Begins Here" (LP#1, HP-23, August 2003) and their highest charted set "Imago" (LP#2, HP-2, late June 2006).

The top two selling vinyl albums jump back into the Top 10 this week, with the No.2 set being "Mr. Morales & The Big Steppers" for Kendrick Lamar, which nationally jumps up seven places to No.6 to grab a fifth week within the Top 10 (it logged four weeks from its debut on May 23rd) and "Voyage" for ABBA, which is the new No.1 selling vinyl album and leaps back up 475 places (LW-485 according to ARIA's website) to land at No.10, its ninth week within the Top 10, it's fifteenth week within the Top 100, last appearing within the chart on February 14th and within the Top 10 on January 3rd, 2022.

The last three remaining Top 10 albums are also climbers, but not as much, with "SOUR" for Olivia Rodrigo back up one spot to No.7, and back up two places each are "= (equals)" for Ed Sheeran and Eminem's "Curtain Call 2" collection to No.8 and No.9 respectively, with M&M's second best of returning for a fourth week within the Top 10, while his first hits-compile for "Curtain Call: The Hits" rises back up two places to No.14.

Beyoncé's "Renaissance (Act 1)" is back up to No.11, while two further collections are within the Top 20 (there are five best of sets within the Top 20 this week) for Foo Fighters "Greatest Hits" (49 to No.15) after the band played their first live performance since Taylor Hawkins' passing in late March of this year, while Maroon 5's "Singles Collection" is stable at No.17.

In the first week of 2022, the Arctic Monkeys set "AM" jumped up to No.12, which was the set's last Top 20 placement, and now this week the No.9 selling vinyl album is back up four places to No.18, rising ahead of their October 21st due seventh studio album "The Car". Three of the four Top 50 albums for The Weeknd are on hold this week, with his 2016 set "Starboy" remaining at No.19 for a third week, while his most recent album "Dawn FM" holds at No.48.

All three of Luke Combs' albums rise back up this week, with his latest "Growin' Up" jumping nine spots to No.22, while his first "This One's for You" rises six to No.28 and his second "What You See Ain't Always What You Get" moving back up five places to No.33. Another album which is due on October 21st is the tenth studio album for Taylor Swift called "Midnights", while this week her current chart albums to rise back up are "folklore" (28 to No.24), "Lover" (46 to No.30) and "Red (TsV)" (52 to No.41).

Both Billie Eilish albums jumped back into the New Zealand Top 10 this week, while here she is a non-mover at No.21 with her first set "Sleep" (NZ 23 to No.6) while her latest album "Happier Than Ever" is back up seven places to No.34 (NZ 18 to No.4). The INXS "Very Best of" moves back up four spots to No.40, while another local act in Rüfüs du Sol return to the Top 100 at No.47 (LW-226) with their 2021 set "Surrender", thanks to it being the No.5 selling vinyl album this week.

There are six albums that fall out of the Top 10 from last week, with Daniel Johns' "FutureNever" (HP-1, WI10-5a) dropping six places to No.13 after one further week within the Top 10, after which there are two more albums which secure second weeks within the Top 50, last week's top entry for Muse and "Will of the People", which falls forty-eight places to land at No.49, while the new U.S. and Canadian No.1 Album for DJ Khaled and "God Did" falls down thirty-seven spots to land at No.46. The Top 10 debuts from last week for local acts Julia Jacklin and "PRE PLEASURE" (LW-2) and Adam Brand with "All or Nothing" (LW-6) along with the vinyl returned Silk Sonic set "An Evening with..." (LW-5) all fall into the lower fifty this week.

Doja Cat's "Planet Her" hits its lowest ever chart position this week by falling six places to No.20, while falling into the Top 30 are "Rumours" for Fleetwood Mac (20 to No.25, No.16 vinyl) and "Diamonds" for Elton John (18 to No.26), which was boosted by him scoring last week's No.1 single "Hold Me Closer", which has dropped to No.5 this week.

Falling to its equal-second-lowest chart spot this week of No.29 (down five places) is "Future Nostalgia" for Dua Lipa, which was last at this chart position on November 2nd, 2020, having only ever dipped as low as No.31 (Nov. 16th, 2020). Spacey Jane takes an eighteen-place dive to No.43 with "Here Comes Everybody" (No.15 vinyl), followed by a one place dip to No.44 for Tyler's "Igor" set (No.11 vinyl), with further entries from last week to depart this week's Top 50 being from Machine Head (No.27), Stella Donnelly (No.29), Take Two (No.30) and Madonna (No.35).

* #1 (LP#3) - self-titled by YUNGBLUD (Locomotion/Geffen)

* #2 (LP#16) - The Sick, The Dying and The Dead! by Megadeth (Universal Music)

* #5 (LP#4) - IV (4) by The Butterfly Effect (The Butterfly Effect)

* #12 (LP#2) - What Death Tastes Like by Wombat (ADA/Warner) is the second album for the 25-year-old Tasmanian artist and his first to chart, as he issued his first set "Chainsaw Man" in the last week of 2021, while he also issued his first EP "Night Shift" in late September of 2017, this new set features local rappers Chillinit and Complete among his guest artists.

* #31 (LP#) - Someday by Dear Seattle (Domestic La La) is the second album for the local Sydney indie-rock act who previously charted with their first album "Don't Let Go" (HP-45, Feb. 25th, ,2019), while the group had previously issued their first two EPs in 2013 and 2017 which didn't chart.

* #35 (LP#1) - self-titled by Emma Memma (Emma Watkins) is the debut album for former Yellow Wiggle Emma Watkins fully titled "Emma Memma: Sing. Dance. Sign", in which she sings, dances and uses Auslan sign language, something which she has done throughout her career.

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Albums; New Entries:
1YUNGBLUDYUNGBLUDYungblud (album) - WikipediaLocomotion/GeffenA3
2The Sick, The Dying and the Dead!MegadethThe Sick, the Dying... and the Dead! - WikipediaUniversal MusicA16
5IVThe Butterfly EffectThe Butterfly Effect (band) - WikipediaThe Butterfly EffectA4
12What Death Tastes LikeWombatWhat Death Tastes Like JB Hi-Fi (jbhifi.com.au)ADA/WarnerA2
31SomedayDear SeattleDear Seattle - WikipediaDomestic La LaA2
35Emma MemmaEmma MemmaEmma Watkins - WikipediaEmma WatkinsA1
55Eternal Nightcap (25th Ann.Ed.)The WhitlamsEternal Nightcap - WikipediaEG RecordsA3.2

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New Certifications:
Heat Waves by Glass Animals ▲12
Bad Habits by Steve Lacy ●
Under the Influence by Chris Brown ●
Vegas by Doja Cat ▲
Stay by The Kid LAROI and Justin Bieber ▲11
Sway My Way by R3HAB and Amy Shark ●
Wait for U by Future feat. Drake & Tems ▲
Heartless by Kanye West ▲4 (was 1P)
The Hills by The Weeknd ▲10
In da Club by 50 Cent ▲10 (was 2P)
Hate it or Love it by The Game ▲3 (first cert)

÷ (divide) by Ed Sheeran ▲11 (increased during August)

extra Singles;
Atlantis by Seafret ●
Lost by Frank Ocean ▲6

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 2nd to the 8th of September 2022.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.
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50v1491814Lewis Capaldi - Someone You Loved <P>13


49v3467243J. Cole - No Role Modelz <P>6


48HOLD482711Camila Cabello (feat Ed Sheeran) - Bam Bam <P>


47v6411441The Weeknd - Blinding Lights <P>13


NEW ENTRY #146^3783846Zach Bryan - Something In The Orange

45HOLD452241Vance Joy - Clarity


NEW ENTRY #244NE TO T100144Gorillaz (feat Tame Impala & Bootie Brown) - New Gold


43v142738The Weeknd - Die For You <P>2


NEW ENTRY #342^2769342Lizzo - 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)


41v1401912Future (feat Drake & Tems) - WAIT FOR U <P>NEW CERT

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40^343934The Neighbourhood - Sweater Weather <P>


39v1381004Dua Lipa - Levitating <P>6


RE-PEAK38^1391238Marshmello & Khalid - Numb


37v334873The Weeknd - Save Your Tears <P>7


36v135204The Kid Laroi - Thousand Miles <P>

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35^237276Latto x Mariah Carey x DJ Khaled - Big Energy <P>2


34v529124Drake (feat 21 Savage) - Jimmy Cooks <G>


33v13211523The Killers - Mr. Brightside <P>14


32^133925Yung Gravy - Betty (Get Money)


31HOLD315011Justin Bieber - Ghost <P>3

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30HOLD30628Mac Miller - Love Lost


29v2271225R3hab & Amy Shark - Sway My Way <G>NEW CERT


28v2261726Tom Odell - Another Love


27v423405Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott - Where Are You Now <P>3


26v422631Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits <P>5

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25^328820Rosa Linn - Snap


24v321126Beyonce - Break My Soul <G>


NEW PEAK #123^225523LF System - Afraid To Feel


22^224162Harry Styles - Late Night Talking <P>


NEW PEAK #221^1536321Eliza Rose & Interplanetary Criminal - B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)

20HOLD20522Ed Sheeran - Shivers <P>3


19v91031BlackPink - Pink Venom


18HOLD18221Jack Harlow - First Class <P>2


17v314131Joji - Glimpse of Us <G>


16^11773Central Cee - Doja

15v312561Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) <P>6


14^115611The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber - Stay <P>11NEW CERT


13^316164Doja Cat - Vegas <P>NEW CERT


12v39193Lizzo - About Damn Time <P>


11HOLD11147Post Malone (feat Doja Cat) - I Like You (A Happier Song) <G>

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10v37261Kate 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: 02-01-01-02-01-01-01-01-01-01-01-02-06-07-10

NEW PEAK #39^41359Chris Brown - Under the Influence <P>NEW CERT


8PEAK HOLD8148Nicky Youre & Dazy - Sunroof <G>


7v1693Steve Lacy - Bad Habit <G>NEW CERT


6v151071Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>12NEW CERT

5v4121Elton John & Britney Spears - Hold Me Closer


4v13231Harry Styles - As It Was <P>3


NEW PEAK #43^161923David Guetta & Bebe Rexha - I'm Good (Blue)


NEW PEAK #52^24142OneRepublic - I Ain't Worried <G>


11ST WEEK @ #1241Nicki Minaj - Super Freaky Girl

Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
44DJ Khaled (feat Drake & Lil Baby) - Staying Alive
47Goo Goo Dolls - Iris
50Tate McRae - She's All I Wanna Be
New certs below the Top 50:

Kanye West - Heartless: 4x Platinum
The Weeknd - The Hills: 10x Platinum
50 Cent - In Da Club: 10x Platinum
The Game - Hate It Or Love It: 3x Platinum
Any ideas from anyone as to why abba's 'Voyage' album leapt back into the top 10 (up from #485 according to aria's website)
I wonder when was the last time that we've had five different #1's in five weeks - probably the mid 2000s.
SG : The last time it happened was 2012 though it also occurred in 2004. Other than that the closest was 5 different #1 singles in 6 weeks which happened in 2010.
Voyage is the top selling vinyl album this week, hence the climb.
chartifacts updated for this week.

Jesse'77 thanks for the lead (as mentioned in the article) and Voyage also explained (thanks I.E.).
It also happened early in 2016, with the last week of Love Yourself, then Fast Car, Pillowtalk, Never Be Like You and then the first week for 7 Years.

There’s another in 2018 which goes for seven weeks, but two of those weeks are the same Drake song so it’s not all different songs there.
It didn't happen in 2004 unless I'm wrong.

With David Guetta & Bebe Rexha likely to climb to #1 next week, it'll be the 6th #1 in 6 weeks, which will be a new record.
Sorry mister B i probably should have added details, saved you the trouble of looking it up. I appreciate the mention and thanks IE for the voyage explaination.
For what it's worth, there are 7 different #1s in 7 weeks in 1966.

29-Oct-66Lady Godiva - PETER & GORDON
05-Nov-66Lady Godiva - PETER & GORDON
12-Nov-66Lady Godiva - PETER & GORDON
19-Nov-66Winchester Cathedral - NEW VAUDEVILLE BAND
26-Nov-66Sorry / Funny Feelin' - The EASYBEATS
03-Dec-66No Milk Today - HERMAN'S HERMITS
10-Dec-66Good Vibrations - The BEACH BOYS
17-Dec-66Ooh La La / Ain't Nobody Home - NORMIE ROWE
24-Dec-66Friday on My Mind / Made My Bed, Gonna Lie in it - The EASYBEATS
31-Dec-66Friday on My Mind / Made My Bed, Gonna Lie in it - The EASYBEATS
07-Jan-67Ooh La La / Ain't Nobody Home - NORMIE ROWE
14-Jan-67Ooh La La / Ain't Nobody Home - NORMIE ROWE
lower entries updated for this week, heaps of singles, one extra LP, plus two further new certs.

New Lower 50 Peaks:
66 - golden hour by JVKE
71 - BILLIE EILISH by Armani White
79 - Last Last by Burna Boy (also a re-entry)
further returns:
85 - Until I Found You by Stephen Sanchez & Em Beihold
90 - Cuff it by Beyoncé

Album lower 50 peak:
59 (LW-61) Queen Radio Volume 1 - Nicki Minaj

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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