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New Releases w/c Friday 7th of October 2022.

* collected by bulion and collated by hijinx.

New Albums coming this week from Charlie Puth, Darren Hayes, King Gizzard, Bipolar Sunshine, Queensryche, Lamb of God, Sorry, Six60, Willow, Stray Kids, Bush, The Cult, The Terrys, Will Sheff
DL   BOSSIN' (5 track EP)KYESony
DL   All By MyselfAlok, Sigala, Ellie GouldingColumbia/B1/Sony
DL   Ghost of YouMimi WebbEpic/Sony
DL   People PleaserCat BurnsSince 93/RCA/Sony UK
DL   TrustRealestKD2R/Columbia/Sony
DL   No Features (7 track EP)ArzVirgin Music UK/Sony
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/MGM
DL   Every Story Has Two SidesThe PleasuresMGM
DL   DevilBonnie KellettRTC Records/MGM
DL   Sea Of HarmonyFrente CalienteZun Zun 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
DL   Songs of Sonder (5 track EP)Dermot KennedyRiggins/Interscope/Island/UMA
DL   ScandalousGryffin with TinasheDarkroom/Interscope/UMA
DL   BelieveACRAZE feat. GoodboysThrive Music/Capitol/UMA
DL   DifficultGracie AbramsInterscope/UMA
DL   WhitneyRêveEast Inc./UMCan
DL   Geeked UpKay Flock feat. Gucci ManeCapitol/UMA
DL   Swan Upon LedaHozierRubyworks/Island/UMA
DL   Big Budz No DustNoizy & Capo Plaza feat. Krept & KonanVENTURA/OTR/UMA
DL   This MessShannen JamesIvy League/UMA
DL   FORTUNE COOKIEeasy lifeIsland/UMA
DL   State Of My HeartSurf Mesa, Nat DunnAstralwerks/UMA
DL   The Loneliest TimeCarly Rae Jepsen feat. Rufus WainwrightSilent Records/School Boy/Interscope/UMA
DL   Get BetterOld MervsDew Process/UMA
DL   Good LifeHayden James feat. EmieFuture Classic
DL   CloserSorryDomino/UMA
DL   Kammy (like i do)Fred again..Atlantic UK/Warner
DL   stay closedaineWarner
DL   Like YouIllyWarner
DL   Pump It LouderTiësto, Black Eyed PeasAtlantic/Warner
DL   tired of californiaNessa BarrettWarner
DL   My FriendsTy Dolla $ign & Mustard feat. Lil DurkAtlantic/10 Summers/Warner
DL   Hungry (For Love)LF SYSTEMWarner UK
DL   The ExcuseL D R UWarner
DL   AUTOStevanPurple Phase/Warner
DL   a study of the human experience volume two (6 track EP)GAYLEAtlantic/Arthouse/Warner
DL   Not Another RockstarMaisie PetersAsylum/Atlantic/Warner
DL   age tape 9 (3 tracks)Arden Jonesvnclm_ /Atlantic/Warner
DL   What U WantLara AndalloWarner
DL   Those DaysNickelbackBMG/Warner
DL   Let's GoTion Wayne feat. AitchAtlantic UK/Warner
DL   Out My MindSet Mo, Jess KentHigh Vibrations/AWAL/Inertia
DL   What They Call UsFever RayRabid Records/Mute/Inertia
DL   I Think My Mind Has Made Its Mind UpThe WombatsAWAL/Inertia
DL   Small Town Friday NightsKaylee BellKaylee Bell
DL   Summer SeasonLEISURE, MurokiNettwerk Music Group
DL   Come Over Capsule (3 tracks)Open Till L8, Larissa Lambert, SahxlNew Levels
DL   Water to WineMason Dane, Babyface MalMason Dane
DL   top gunbbno$bbno$
DL   Bottle GirlsManifest feat. Polo G & Almighty JayManifestMusicGroup/ThaLightsGlobal/FyreHouse
DL   HomeVTA, Kymza, The 046BAM Records
DL   Hello HelloINNA, MELON, Dance Fruits MusicGlobal Records
DL   Light Up The DarkKingsArch Angel Records
DL   Ghost TownLucky Luke, Eden GolanLithuania HQ
DL   The NeighborhoodGrace EngerGrace Enger
DL   SplashAlldayAllday
DL   Translater.em.edy, MorningMaxwellR.em.edy
DL   2 Step GlidingEkumbo, Michael Carpenter, lloco, Swahili PapiBahati Bookings
DL   Das UPlanet GizaQuiet Note
DL   BlipWongoTMRW Music
DL   EverlastingSeafretNettwerk Music Group
DL   dad's mercedesLorettaLoretta
DL   After The EarthquakeAlvvaysPolyvinyl Records
DL   Don't GoRory, Pink Sweat$, Sinéad HarnettAvant Garden
DL   Rear ViewStellieStellie
DL   FourSam HeselwoodSam Heselwood
DL   Air GuitarSobsTopshelf Records
DL   Dancin' In The RainOly ShermanOly Sherman
DL   The Real ElectricThe Delta RiggsThe Delta Riggs
DL   Quiet Moon, Wild SeaDustin TebbuttDustin Tebbutt
DL   Iron LungKing Gizzard & The Lizard WizardKGLW
DL   From The MudEco$ystem, Lil JayeEco$ystem/Lil Jaye
DL   Never EnoughOutlovedOutloved Music
DL   The one, the lonely (6 track EP)Sam VY$O
DL   The LaunchVillainyVillainy Ltd.
DL   Roll OnPretty UglysPretty Uglys
DL   ParadiseMerguiMergui Ventures/Saban Music
DL   5 MinutesAllen StoneATO Records
DL   The Other Side (5 Track EP)Ruth RadeletRuth Radelet
   2xVinylTHE MELODIC BLUE (2021)BABY KEEMSony International
   VinylFORMENTERAMETRICMetric Music/Sony
 DLCD This Is The HeavyMitchell TenpennyRiser House/Sony
Blue VDLCDVinylOmensLamb of GodNuclear Blast/UMA
Green VDLCDVinylAnywhere But HereSorryDomino/UMA
 DL VinylMaybe in Another Life….Easy LifeIsland UK/UMA
   VinylIt's Almost DryPusha TDef Jam/UMA
 DLCD Castle St.Six60UMA
 DL  Only Built For Infinity LinksQuavo & TakeoffQuality Control/Motown/UMA
 DLCD Snow WaltzLindsey StirlingConcord Recordings
 DL  CHAOS NOWJean DawsonHandwritten/Dew Process/UMA
 DL Phy-4/11A Eulogy for Those Still HereCounterpartsPure Noise/UMA
 DL  Angels Hung from the Arches of HeavenGoatwhoreMetal Blade/UMA
 DL  MaxidentStray KidsJYP Ent./Republic/UMA
 DL  HorrifierWednesday 13Napalm/UMA
 DL  Survivor's Remorse: Side AG HerboMachine Ent./Republic/UMA
 DL 10thSurvivor's Remorse: Side BG HerboMachine Ent./Republic/UMA
   VinylBLUE (1971)JONI MITCHELLRhino/Warner
   VinylCLOUDS (1969)JONI MITCHELLRhino/Warner
   VinylFACE TO FACE (1966)THE KINKSBMG/Warner
Yellow V  Vinyl23CENTRAL CEEADA/Warner
Orange V  VinylWILD WEST (2021)CENTRAL CEEADA/Warner
Clear V  VinylCANDY-O (1979)THE CARSElektra/Warner
Blue V  VinylPANORAMA (1980)THE CARSElektra/Warner
Splatter V  VinylCRACKERS (1985)SLADEBMG/Warner
 DL  SUCKERPUNCHchloe moriandoElektra/Fueled By Ramen/Warner
Red V  VinylBlood Money (2002)Tom WaitsANTI
 DL  Mass HysteriaKid BookieMarshall/Warner
 DL  Trio-LiveJulien WilsonLionsharecords/MGM
 DL  While You Were SleepingJulien WilsonLionsharecords/MGM
 DL  A Life In A DayDavid AdesLionsharecords/MGM
 DL  Still, vol. 2Mind On FireRadial Sounds/MGM
 DL  Visions of a Neon SoulAspyreUnderfoot Records/MGM
 DL  Midnight SunIngrid James + Libor Smoldas Organ TrioMGM
  CDVinylIn The DarkAbramsSmall Stone Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylENEMYAEON RINGSNegative Gain Produc/Planet-MGM
  CD For The Fkn LoveArrested DevelopmentRuffnation Entertain/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylNew BloodBattalion ZośkaViolated Records/Planet-MGM
Cass  VinylHello, Control BrandtsonSteadfast Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylPsychic Death SafariElectric Jaguar BabyRebel Waves Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylTake All You CanFreedom HawkRipple Music/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylEastern Witchcraft GallowerDying Victim Product/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylLive At The Hallowed HallsHigh Tone Son Of A BitchRipple Music/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylNULL KEN modeArtoffact Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylIgnotoOvOArtoffact Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylBlackfire RaptoreDying Victim Product/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylBouquet Robbie BashoLost Lagoon Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylWhen Sanity Becomes Insanity Suffering SightDying Victim Product/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylSun VoyagerSun VoyagerRipple Music/Planet-MGM
2xVinyl CDVinylFine Malt Lyrics (30 Years)House Of PainTommy Boy Records/Planet-MGM
Cass/Green V CDVinylDesperately Imagining Someplace QuietDisqSaddle Creek/Planet-MGM
Color V CD Lessons for MutantsJohanna WarrenWax Nine/Carpark Records/Planet-MGM
Clear Orange V CDVinylLines in the LeveeTown MountainNew West Records/Planet-MGM
  CD Blood OrangesMelanie Oxley and Chris AbrahamsRemote/Planet-MGM
  CD Jerualem BayMelanie Oxley and Chris AbrahamsRemote/Planet-MGM
  CD Welcome to VioletMelanie Oxley and Chris AbrahamsRemote/Planet-MGM
2xColor V 2CDVinylRed (35th Anniversary Edition) The CommunardsLondon Records/Planet-MGM
  CDVinylMélopéeEzéchiel Pailhèscircus company/Planet-MGM
   CD+DVDCHRISTMAS REVERIES Richard ClaydermanAmbition/MGM
 DLCD As The Moon RestsA.A. WilliamsBella Union/Inertia
Blue VDLCDVinylBlue RevAlvvays[PIAS]/Inertia
Yellow VDLCDVinylFarm To TableBartees Strange4AD/Inertia
Blue/Green VDL VinylLike ThatCool SoundsChapter Music/Inertia
Red VDLCDVinylLoose FutureCourtney Marie AndrewsFat Possum/Inertia
 DL 2xVinylCherryDaphniJiaolong/Inertia
 DL  People In MotionDayglowAWAL/Inertia
Blue VDLCDVinylMost NormalGilla BandRough Trade/Inertia
Brown VDLCDVinylHysteriaIndigo SparkeSC Dist./Inertia
 DL VinylPieces Of DriftwoodMaxine FunkeDisciples/Inertia
 DLCDVinylBetter In The ShadePatrick WatsonSecret City/Inertia
Yellow VDLCDVinylEverything Is Going To Be AlrightPrincess ChelseaSC Dist./Inertia
Silver V CD2xVinylLiquid (Reissue)RecoilMute/Inertia
Green/Clear V CD2xVinylUnsound Methods (Reissue)RecoilMute/Inertia
Blue V CD2xVinylSubHuman (Reissue)RecoilMute/Inertia
White VDL VinylPossumSunbeam Sound MachineRemote Control/Inertia
 DLCD2xVinylTableauThe OriellesHeavenly Recordings/Inertia
Colour VDLCD2xVinylCapricorn SunTSHANinja Tune/Inertia
Colour VDLCDVinylNothing SpecialWill SheffATO/Inertia
 DL  The Villain I Never WasBlack SherifBlacko Mgmt/EMPIRE/Inertia
Purple VDLCDVinylInto The BlueBroken Bells30th Century Records/AWAL
 DL Phy 28/10BellevueThe BOBBY LEESIpecac/Inertia
Walnut VDL  Please Have a SeatNnamdiSooper Records/Secretly Canadian
 DL  Thank You for Being HereThe World is a Beautiul Please & I Am No Longer Afraid to DieEpitaph/Inertia
 DLCDVinylWe'll Meet AgainFoster & AllenEdsel
 DLCD HomosexualDarren HayesPowdered Sugar
Silver V  2xVinylMacadelic (2012)Mac MillerRostrum Records
 DL  Breakfast For DinnerLola ScottLola Scott
 DL  Year of The Ratbags & Their Musty Theme SongsTroy KingiAllGood Absolute Alternative
 DL  True ColourThe TerrysDomestic La La
 DL  Rolling Golden HolyBonny Light Horseman37d03d Records
 DL  Under the Midnight SunThe CultBlack Hill Records
 DL Phy 18/11Ice, Death, Planets, Lungs, Mushroom and LavaKing Gizzard & The Lizard WizardKGLW

DLPhysCompilations Labels
 CDChristmas Memories Various Ambition/Planet-MGM
Singles Chartifacts:

Sam Smith and Kim Petras hold for a second week at No.1 in Australia with their "Unholy" alliance.

The duet between the UK singer and German performer also stays atop the English, Irish and New Zealand charts for a second week, plus it debuted at No.1 in Canada this past week and entered at No.3 in The U.S.A., with the track also atop the charts in Greece, Hungary, Lithuania and Slovakia. And with Sam Smith now racking up his fourth overall week at No.1 in Australia (2 weeks for 'Unholy' and 2 weeks from his 2017 No.1 song "Too Good at Goodbyes"), he now lands within the Top 100 on the listing for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Singles (1940 to 2022)' at equal 83rd alongside other acts like Christina Aguilera, David Bowie, Skyhooks, Huey Lewis, Shakin' Stevens and Tina Turner who've all had four weeks from two No.1 songs in the past.

Seven of the Top 10 tracks are non-movers this week, with the entire top six songs from last week stable, as recent No.1 song "I'm Good (Blue)" for David Guetta and Bebe Rexha remains at No.2, followed by OneRepublic's "I Ain't Worried" at No.3, "Super Freaky Girl" for Nicki Minaj at No.4, "B.O.T.A. (Baddest of All Time)" by Eliza Rose & Interplanetary Criminal remain at No.5 and logging a third week at No.6 is Harry Styles' "As it Was".

Harry's track lost it's hold on the top spot in the U.S.A. this past week to the recently announced (and sold out) November 2022 tour for Steve Lacy, as his track "Bad Habits" took over the top spot in America, here the song is back up two places to No.7, while he also lands a new entry at No.85 with "Static" and returns to chart at No.98 with his August 2022 No.69 single "Dark Red".

Glass Animals dip one place to No.8 with their "Heat Waves" track, now logging it's 87th week within the Top 10, which is still the longest run of all time in Australia, while also down one place to No.9 is the new No.2 single in New Zealand this week, Chris Brown with "Under the Influence", while the final non-mover within the Top 10 is sitting at No.10; "Sunroof" for Nicky Youre and dazy.

Lizzo takes a two step climb to a new peak of No.11 with her latest single "2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)", while her former No.3 song "About Damn Time" is stable at No.14 this week, after which current tourist to our shores Central Cee has a three place rise to No.12 with "Doja", which also cracked the NZ Top 10 for the first time this week (11 to No.7). Two further Top 20 climbing and peaking tracks are "Cuff it" for Beyonce and "Afraid to Feel" by LF System to No.16 and No.19 respectively, with it being LF System's first appearance within the twenty.

Last week saw Ed Sheeran without a Top 20 entry in Australia, and now thanks to his new song "Celestial" debuting at No.57 this week, his older entries see a rise, with his highest placed entry being "Shivers" (23 to No.20) followed by "Bad Habits" (26 to No.21), while his record-breaking 'Longest Ever Charted Single' for "Perfect" rebounds seven spots to No.65 in it's 286th week within the Top 100 (that's over five-and-a-half years).

Luke Combs again has his three albums within the Top 10 this week, and his latest single "The Kind of Love We Make" (HP-21) is back up to No.23, followed by further small rises for "SNAP" by Rosa Linn (28 to No.26), "Late Night Talking" by Harry Styles (29 to No.28) and "Forget Me" by Lewis Capaldi (32 to No.30).

Returning to its former peak of No.31 for a third time (Sept 19th & 26th were the last two times) by rising three spots this week is the Zach Bryan track "Something in the Orange", while Armani White's "BILLIE EILISH" track moves up two spots to land at a new chart height of No.33. Omar Apollo's "Evergreen (You Don't Deserve Me At All)" leaps ten spots this week to land at No.37, while it has jumped to No.12 in NZ this week, while Dua Lipa's "Levitating" remix is back up one spot to No.41 and celebrating it's two-year chart anniversary (19 Oct, 2020 was it's debut week), having never dropped below No.42 (Sept. 19th and last week Oct. 3rd) during its 104 week chart run.

There are two five-week-old Top 100 entries which climb into the Top 50 this week for the first time. Up fifteen places to land at No.45 is James Hype with Miggy Dela Rosa and their ode to the fine machines that are "Ferrari", with the track last week seeing a thirty place jump (90 to No.60), with this song now being his first ever Top 100 and Top 50 entry. The latest Dean Lewis track "How Do I Say Goodbye" is up ten places to land at No.49, the song taken from his November 4th due second album "The Hardest Love", while this new entry becomes his ninth Top 50 placement locally, and the track has landed so far within the Top 10 in Norway (No.7) and is charting well in Denmark (No.13), Sweden (No.21) The Netherlands (No.29), Ireland and Switzerland (both No.30) and jumps from 87 to No.72 in the UK Singles Chart this week.

No songs leave the Top 10 this week, with the Top 20 again seeing two Elton John entries, both dipping this week, with "Hold Me Closer" down three to No.15 and "Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)" down a single spot to No.18. "Doja" the song climbed to No.12, just ahead of Doja Cat's appearance on the Post Malone track "I Like You (A Happier Song)", which declined two spots to land at No.13, after which the next dropping track is a three place slip to No.24 for last week's new entry for Lil' Nas X and his 'League of Legends' track "Star Walkin'".

Remaining stable within the Top 30 are "Vegas" for Doja Cat at No.25 and "First Class" for Jack Harlow at No.27, which is racking up its half-year (26 weeks) chart anniversary. Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God)" tumbles down nine spots to No.29, while the three week old entry for BlackPink and "Shut Down" is the biggest drop within the Top 50 this week, falling seventeen spots to No.35, while their "Pink Venom" track is the second biggest drop within the Top 100, down twenty-five places to land at No.66.

With her tour now over in Australia, the Billie Eilish track "Happier Than Ever" falls down six places this week to No.36, followed by a seven place slide to No.38 for Joji's "Glimpse of Us", and Justin Bieber's "Ghost" track leaves the Top 40 for the first time since it returned to the chart just under a year ago (Oct. 18th, 2021), as it falls five places to land at No.43, followed by a four place decline to No.44 for Beyoncé's "Break My Soul", which achieves ▲Platinum in sales.

* #22 - Gangsta's Paradise by Coolio feat. L.V. (MCA) returns to the chart this week after the rapper, singer and actor's passing this week (Sept. 28th) at the age of 59 from a possible cardiac arrest. This song was his third chart entry in Australia and his biggest single, taken from the Michelle Pfeiffer led film 'Dangerous Minds'. The song debuted on October 8th, 1995 (27 years ago this weekend), initially coming in at No.5 and being the highest entry for the week, while in it's second sales week it fell to No.16 after a surge for demand for the song had seen it sold out in most retailers for that second chart week. In its third chart week the song leapt from No.16 to No.1 (Oct. 22nd, 1995) where it stayed for the next 13 weeks (consecutively) holding until the 14th of January, 1996 and becoming the No.1 selling single in Australia for 1995. The song logged 23 weeks within the Top 100 (17 of which were within the Top 10) and sold enough to be certified 3x▲Platinum in sales, and it's 13 week run at the top was only surpassed in 2017 by Ed Sheeran's "Shape of You" (15 weeks), while "Gangsta's Paradise" is still the equal ninth longest running No.1 song in Australia of all time up against "Hey Jude" by The Beatles (1968), and more recent songs "Despacito" (2017) and "Old Town Road" (2019), while "G's Paradise" has also returned to the charts around the world in New Zealand (No.15), Ireland (No.29), England (No.55), Hungary (No.17), Greece (No.22) and Belgium (No.50).

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Singles; New Entries:
22Gangsta's Paradise ®Coolio feat. L.V.https://youtu.be/fPO76Jlnz6cMCA
57CelestialEd Sheeranhttps://youtu.be/23g5HBOg3IcAtlantic
61Uh OhTate McRaehttps://youtu.be/FQUTyz0WfOMRCA/Sony
85StaticSteve Lacyhttps://youtu.be/qkFvvofyIjoL-M Records/RCA
86I Really Want to Stay at Your House (from 'Cyberpunk 2077')Rosa Walton & Hallie Cogginshttps://youtu.be/gzbLODUb1sALakeshore Records

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Album Chartifacts:

US heavy metal band Slipknot see their seventh studio album "The End, So Far" become their fourth consecutive No.1 Album in Australia.

"The End, So Far" (Roadrunner) becomes the 960th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2022), the 811th for ARIA (1983 to 2022), the 595th to debut at No.1, the 30th No.1 for 2022 and the first this decade and ninth overall No.1 for their record company Roadrunner, of which this is their last with that label, thus the title "The End, So Far" (the end with Roadrunner, not for the band).

Slipknot first charted in Australia with their self-titled debut set in 1999 which peaked at No.32, since then they have landed all seven of their studio albums, plus a live album in 2005 (HP-26) and a compilation (HP-16) in 2012 to now give them nine album chart entries. Their past six studio albums have landed at No.2 for "IOWA" (LP#2, 2001), "Vol.3 (The Subliminal Verses") (LP#3 2004) and then at No.1 with "All Hope is Gone" (LP#4, 2 weeks from Sept. 1st, 2008), "5: The Gray Chapter" (LP#5, 1 week on Oct. 27th, 2014) and their last was with "We Are Not Your Kind" (LP#6, 1 week on August 19th, 2019).

So now Slipknot join 23 other acts who've all had four albums reach No.1 in Australia, with both The Weeknd and Muse the other two acts for 2022 who have achieved this feat, while the band also climbs on the listing for 'Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums (1965 to 2022)' from equal 88th to now equal 83rd alongside Keith Urban and Kanye West (5 weeks from 4 No.1 LP's). The new set for Slipknot has also scored the No.2 vinyl sales spot locally, and has also landed first week at No.1 in England (their third there) and Germany (their first in that country), while also at No.2 in New Zealand and Sweden, No.3 in Scotland and Belgium and Top 10 in France (No.5), The Netherlands (No.6), Ireland (No.7) and Japan (No.9) so far.

In June 2009 The Black Eyed Peas issued their album "The E.N.D." and since then we've seen no 'End' within a No.1 title, with this now being only the third chart-topping album with an 'End' within its title, the first being the self-titled Living End album (2 weeks from Oct. 26th, 1998), while for 'So Far' this is now the fourth No.1 featured title after Bryan Adams first best of set from late 1993 "So Far So Good" (14 weeks from Nov. 21st, 1993), Pink's "Greatest Hits... So Far" (13 weeks from Nov. 22nd, 2010) and Keith Urban's "The Story So Far" (1 week on May 21st, 2012). This new No.1 Album also becomes the 335th by an American Act (whether solo male or female, duo or group) (9th for 2022), and the 421st by a Group (local or overseas) (12th for 2022).

For the fourth time in it's chart run The Weeknd compilation "The Highlights" has climbed back to it's initial entry position of No.2, up one spot from last week, while the album has also regained it's pole position in his homeland of Canada for a second time (Feb 22nd was it's first week at No.1), after which are seven further climbing albums, starting with a two place rebound to No.3 for "Harry's House" for Harry Styles (No.9 vinyl), while his self-titled debut set has picked up a 2x▲Platinum sales certification.

Even though the Billie Eilish tour finished early last week, her albums are still rising this week, both her second set "Happier Than Ever" (No.19 vinyl) and her first "...Fall Asleep..." are up two places each to sit at No.4 and No.5 respectively, while the third and final female-led album within the Top 10 is "SOUR" for Olivia Rodrigo, also up two spots to sit at No.6. Ed Sheeran's newly issued single "Celestial" helps his recent album "= (equals)" to jump back up five places and land at No.8.

Luke Combs saw all three of his studio albums within the Top 10 two weeks ago, while last week that declined to two within the ten, and now this week he is back to three Top 10 placements with his debut set "This One's for You" back up two spots to its former peak of No.7 for a third time in that spot, followed by his second set "What You See Ain't Always What You Get" up three to No.9 and his third album "Growin' Up" is a non-mover at No.10.

The new No.1 selling vinyl album this week is the April 4th, 2022 No.12 debut and peaking album for Denzel Curry called "Melt My Eyez See Your Future", which helps to propel the album back into the Top 100 at No.13 this week, one place shy of its original entry position. Three of the five Top 50 entries for Taylor Swift move back up, with "1989" rising three to No.19, "folklore" is up one spot to No.26 and her "Reputation" rebounds five spots to land at No.47.

Both Taylor Swift and Arctic Monkeys are headed for a No.1 showdown on November 1st for the No.1 slot, as they both issue new albums on Friday the 22nd of October, but for now The Arctic Monkeys are charting with their 2013 set "AM" (No.10 vinyl) which is up to No.22 this week. Rising collections for this week are for Elton John's "Diamonds" (28 to No.25) and Green Day (53 to No.50) while The Foo Fighters best of set remains stable at No.36. The biggest (and final) climb to mention this week is a seven place rebound to No.38 for the latest Lizzo album "Special", which thanks to her current No.11 (2 Be Loved {Am I Ready}) and No.14 (About Damn Time) singles the set rises back up.

Three albums leave the Top 10 this week, with Robbie Williams' "XXV" (HP-2, WI10-2) down nine spots to No.11 after his AFL.GF performance the previous week, followed by last weeks No.1 entry for 5 Seconds of Summer and "5SOS" (HP-1, WI10-1), which drops down eleven spots to No.12, while the album debuted this past week in The U.S.A. (No.2) and Canada (No.3), after which is a ten place drop to No.14 for BlackPink's "Born Pink" (HP-2, WI10-2).

The two further Top 50 albums for The Weeknd are both declining this week, with "Starboy" down three to No.20 and "After Hours" dipping one to No.39. Harry's "Fine Line" set falls four to No.23, Doja Cat's "Planet Her" drops to its lowest chart position this week, down nine spots to No.27, Beyoncé's "Renaissance (Act 1)" drops five to No.29 followed by an eight place slide to No.30 for the XXXTentacion set "Look at Me: The Album".

Fleetwood Mac's "Rumours" falls back down six places to No.31, while Taylor Swift dips with both her "Lover" (29 to No.32) and her "Red (TsV)" (41 to No.43) albums. The Billie Eilish's EP "Don't Smile at Me" falls three to No.33. Daniel Johns' "FutureNever" tumbles ten spots this week to No.42, while another limited edition vinyl release for that album occurred on Friday (Sept. 7th), so it could rebound again next week. JB's "Justice" set falls five places this week to No.44, while the No.1 set from four weeks ago for Parkway Drive and "Darker Still" drops sixteen places to No.49.

* #1 (LP#7) - The End, So Far by Slipknot (Roadrunner)

* #19 (LP#5) - Cool it Down by Yeah Yeah Yeahs (Secretly Canadian) is the fifth album and now sixth entry (5 studio and 1 EP) for the U.S. indie-rock trio, plus it also becomes their fourth consecutive Top 20 studio album, and also their first new material in nine-and-a-half years, as they last charted with "Mosquito" (LP#4 HP-17, April 2013) and had their only Top 10 placement with "It's Blitz!" (LP#3, HP-8, April 2009).

* #24 (LP#4) - Truth by Christie Lamb (ABC Music) is the fourth studio album for the local country singer, and now her third Top 50 placement, as she has previously charted with her "Loaded" album (LP#2, HP-22, March 2017) and "Broken Lines" (LP#3, HP-15, late October 2019), which has so far been her highest charted set, while her new "Truth" set is this week's No.1 Album on the ARIA Country Albums chart.

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Albums; New Entries:
1The End, So FarSlipknotThe End, So Far - WikipediaRoadrunnerA7
19Cool it DownYeah Yeah YeahsCool It Down - WikipediaSecretly CanadianA5
24TruthChristie LambChristie Lamb Discography at Discogs: Albums - ReleasesABC MusicA4
55FossoraBjörk Fossora - WikipediaOne Little IndependentA10
73DoggerelPixiesDoggerel (album) - WikipediaInfected/BMGA8
87Older (25th Ann. Ed.)George MichaelOlder (album) - WikipediaEpicA3
91$oul $old $eparatelyFreddie GibbsSoul Sold Separately - WikipediaESGN/WarnerA5
94EntergalacticSoundtrack by Kid CudiEntergalactic (album) - WikipediaRepublicA8/ST

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New Certifications:

Break My Soul by Beyonce ▲
Woman by Doja Cat ▲4

Harry Styles by Harry Styles ▲2
Dirt by Alice in Chains ▲
Tales from the Script: Greatest Hits by The Script ▲

*ARIA Chart info is based on sales for the week from the 30th of September to the 6th of October 2022.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.
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50v446164Drake (feat 21 Savage) - Jimmy Cooks <G>


NEW ENTRY #149^1059549Dean Lewis - How Do I Say Goodbye


48PEAK HOLD48448d4vd - Romantic Homicide


47v2451028Mac Miller - Love Lost


46v2441638Marshmello & Khalid - Numb

NEW ENTRY #245^1560545James Hype & Miggy Dela Rosa - Ferrari


44v440166Beyonce - Break My Soul <G>


43v5385411Justin Bieber - Ghost <P>3


42^143913The Weeknd - Save Your Tears <P>7


41^1421044Dua Lipa - Levitating <P>6

40v3371334The Neighbourhood - Sweater Weather <P>


39HOLD3911923The Killers - Mr. Brightside <P>14


38v731171Joji - Glimpse of Us <G>


NEW PEAK #137^1047337Omar Apollo - Evergreen (You Didn't Deserve Me At All)


36v630603Billie Eilish - Happier Than Ever <P>3

35v171835BlackPink - Shut Down


34^2362126Tom Odell - Another Love


NEW PEAK #233^235633Armani White - Billie Eilish.


32^133445Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott - Where Are You Now <P>3


RE-PEAK31^3341231Zach Bryan - Something In The Orange

30^232421Lewis Capaldi - Forget Me


29v920301Kate 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: 02-01-01-02-01-01-01-01-01-01-01-02-06-07-10-13-17-20-29

28^129202Harry Styles - Late Night Talking <P>


27HOLD27261Jack Harlow - First Class <P>2


26^2281220Rosa Linn - Snap

25HOLD25204Doja Cat - Vegas <P>


24v321221Lil Nas X - STAR WALKIN' (League of Legends Worlds Anthem)


23^1241621Luke Combs - The Kind of Love We Make <G>


RE-ENTRY #122RE TO T100241Coolio - Gangsta's Paradise <P>3


21^526671Ed Sheeran - Bad Habits <P>5

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20^323562Ed Sheeran - Shivers <P>3


NEW PEAK #319^322919LF System - Afraid To Feel


18v117601Elton John & Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix) <P>7


17v116651The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber - Stay <P>11


NEW PEAK #416^319816Beyonce - Cuff It

15v31261Elton John & Britney Spears - Hold Me Closer


14HOLD14233Lizzo - About Damn Time <P>


13v211187Post Malone (feat Doja Cat) - I Like You (A Happier Song) <P>


12^315113Central Cee - Doja


NEW PEAK #511^213711Lizzo - 2 Be Loved (Am I Ready)

10HOLD10188Nicky Youre & Dazy - Sunroof <P>


9v1895Chris Brown - Under the Influence <P>


8v171111Glass Animals - Heat Waves <P>12


7^29133Steve Lacy - Bad Habit <P>


6HOLD6271Harry Styles - As It Was <P>4

5HOLD574Eliza Rose & Interplanetary Criminal - B.O.T.A. (Baddest Of Them All)


4HOLD481Nicki Minaj - Super Freaky Girl <G>


3HOLD3182OneRepublic - I Ain't Worried <P>


2HOLD261David Guetta & Bebe Rexha - I'm Good (Blue)


12ND WEEK @ #1121Sam Smith & Kim Petras - Unholy

Top 50 dropouts:

LWArtist - Title
41BlackPink - Pink Venom
49The Kid Laroi - Thousand Miles
50The Weeknd - Die For You
The New Music Chart has officially completed a lap as every song that was on the first chart is now gone
A top 50 entry for neither Celestial by Ed Sheeran nor Fossora by Björk? I'm surprised. I thought even with the apparent delay of physical copies of Björk's album she'd still scrape into the top 50.
New certs below the Top 50:

Doja Cat - Woman: 4x Platinum

Alice In Chains - Dirt: Platinum
Harry Styles - Harry Styles: 2x Platinum
You're up to date ss112! I had wondered why bjork's album had missed the top 50.
Here's the lower fiddy debuts & notable re-entries...

61NEWUH OH Tate McRae
85NEWSTATIC Steve Lacy
98R/EDARK RED Steve Lacy

(I'm too tired to do a site update today)
Ferrari making the top 50
Too tired to do a Tate/Taint swapperoo for the lulz too it would seem.
Something that only really clicked for me the other day despite seeing it for years and years is how slowly songs move in the chart. I don't know why i thought it was different but have been looking at the lower positions back in the 2016 chartifacts thread and noticed how often you get a track dropping two, then up three or down one and up four and it all seemed rather stagnant and then i realise it's always been this way. You do get the occasional big fall or rise but for some reason i always convinced myself it was a lot more common. The evidence was right in front of me but for some reason it didn't click until the other day
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
chartifacts updated for this week.

Ss112 Bjork's new album came in at No.55 (No.6 vinyl).
lower entries updated for this week. No extra certs.

Lower 50 peaks:
70 - Calm Down - Rema & Selena Gomez
78 - Bones - Imagine Dragons

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