JimJim wrote:Flo Rida's latest single, 'In My Mind Pt II' is surprisingly struggling. Already out of the top 50 and nowhere to be seen on the airplay chart, it'll be interesting to see if a video can garner interest and make it a hit.
And I thought it could be a possible contender for the top spot
. Thank God I was wrong and a video won't do anything.
Talking about videos, I can't see Pound The Alarm rebound to #15 given it's only sitting at #27 on iTunes a full week after its premiere.
Oh and what a crap #1 again. This year's been fairly dire in terms of chart toppers so far.
By the way, I don't know whether it's been mentionned but the new ariacharts.com website will be launched on friday. Will be interesting to see how it looks like, given the design of the website has been the same for more than six years now. ARIA TOP 50 ALBUMS CHARTBelow The Top 50 (thanks to Bulion @ australiancharts.com)
51 53 THE SMASHING PUMPKINS – Oceania
52 RE BIRDY – Birdy
53 38 THE OFFSPRING - Days Go By
54 RE JASON DERULO – Future History
55 42 BEE GEES - Live: One Night Only
56 19 SOUNDTRACK – Batman: The Dark Knight Rises
57 46 BRUNO MARS - Doo Wops & Hooligans
58 74 THE SHINS – Port Of Morrow
59 40 NAS – Life Is Good
60 48 KELLY CLARKSON - Stronger
61 88 GOTYE – Making Mirrors
62 69 BON JOVI - Greatest Hits
63 54 FOO FIGHTERS - Greatest Hits
64 44 VARIOUS - The Voice: The Final 24
65 75 SKRILLEX - Scary Monsters & Nice Sprites
66 59 BEE GEES - The Number Ones
67 82 DAVID GUETTA – Nothing But The Beat
68 57 COLD CHISEL - All For You: The Best Of
69 64 LMFAO - Sorry For Party Rocking
70 58 ZAC BROWN BAND - Uncaged
71 65 JOHN MAYER - Born & Raised
72 56 BEE GEES - The Ultimate Bee Gees
73 86 CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL - The Ultimate Collection
74 80 VARIOUS - Triple J's Like A Version Volume 7
75 47 HOUSE VS HURRICANE – Crooked Teeth
76 60 REGINA SPEKTOR - What We Saw From The Cheap Seats
77 71 THE MCCLYMONTS - Two Worlds Collide
78 61 FLORENCE + THE MACHINE - Between Two Lungs
79 55 FLEETWOOD MAC - The Very Best Of
80 83 CARRIE UNDERWOOD - Blown Away
81 49 SOUNDTRACK - Jersey Boys
82 84 KIMBRA – Vows
83 72 ELTON JOHN - Rocket Man: The Definitive Hits
84 RE THE BEATLES – 1
85 66 PAUL SIMON - Graceland
86 73 CHET FAKER - Thinking In Textures
87 51 HELLYEAH – Band Of Brothers
88 89 FLORENCE + THE MACHINE - MTV Presents Unplugged
89 RE MUMFORD & SONS – Sigh No More
90 62 SLASH FEAT. MYLES KENNEDY & THE CONSPIRATORS - Apocalyptic Love
91 68 BOB SEGER - Ultimate Hits: Rock N Roll Never Forgets
92 97 REECE MASTIN - Reece Mastin
93 78 WHITNEY HOUSTON - The Ultimate Collection
94 87 SOUNDTRACK - Rock Of Ages
95 91 CROWDED HOUSE - The Very Very Best Of
96 70 SEAL - Hits
97 94 EMELI SANDE - Our Version Of Events
98 NE SOUNDTRACK – Step Up 4: Miami Heat
99 RE JIMMY BARNES – Hits
100 77 JULIA STONE - By The Horns
Pitbull – Planet Pit: Platinum (70 000 units)
Karise Eden – My Journey: 2 x Platinum (140 000 units)
Karise Eden's reign over the albums chart continues. The double platinum selling LP My Journey spends a 6th week at the top, the longest run at #1 by any TV contestant. The last Australian album that spent more six weeks at the pinnacle was Missy Higgins' The Sound Of White between 2004 and 2005. However, a few albums are on the move. After a slow start, Fun.'s Some Nights bullets to #2 after their performance at the Splendour In The Grass festival. Ed Sheeran is up 10 to #3 thanks to his tour and new single Drunk. Maroon 5's Overexposed climbs back to its former peak at #4, helped by One More Night. Justin Bieber drops to #6 now that he's left Australia. Darren Percival is down 5 to #8. Plan B scores his first Top 10 album Down Under with his third effort. He's new at #9, just one spot above Katy Perry.
Lana Del Rey is up 9 to #13 on the back of Splendour In The Grass. The Sapphires soundtrack is this week's highest entry, coming in at #17. Florence + The Machine move up to #18 as Spectrum is now a Top 10 hit. Hillsong are up 9 to #19 and JLo's Greatest Hits enters at #20. Jack White and Hilltop Hoods get a boost on the back of Splendour In The Grass.Nickelback are up 8 to #28 after tickets for their upcoming tour went on sale earlier this week. Last week's entries from Slipknot, The Gaslight Anthem and Passion Pit suffer huge falls.
The collaborative album between Elton John and Pnau might have hit the top spot in the UK but only lands at #40 in Australia. US rapper Rick Ross enters right behind them at #41. The second volume of Joss Stone's Soul Sessions is new at #42. The compilation including the music of the Olympics' Opening ceremony lands at #44. Miike Snow re-enters at #48 as Happy To Know was the album of the week on iTunes. Tamara Stewart's debut sneaks into the Top 50 at #49.
Next week: A dead release schedule. Antony & Te Johnsons and Dappled Cities will go Top 40. Otherwise, Karise may continue her run at #1, unless Ed Sheeran can knock her... Hilltop Hoods will make a sizeable climb as Drinking From The Sun is #1 on iTunes as it's the album of the week on this store.