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Postby borderwolf » Tue Oct 03, 2017 12:51 pm

The Killers, Post Malone Rule Australia's Charts
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... lia-charts
10/3/2017 by Lars Brandle

The Killers shoot to No. 1 on Australia’s albums chart with Wonderful Wonderful (Island/Universal), the American alternative rockers’ second leader in the market, while Post Malone visits the summit of the national singles chart for the first time with “Rockstar” (Republic/Universal).

With Wonderful Wonderful. The Killers continue a streak of five top five albums Down Under dating back to their debut Hot Fuss, which hit the top back in February 2005. The new set, which also takes the title in the U.S. and U.K., eclipses the No. 2 peak of the Killers’ most recent set, Battle Born, which reached No. 2 on the ARIA chart in September 2012.

Wonderful Wonderful should enjoy another push this week after the band delivered a well-received performance at the MCG for Saturday's (Sept. 30) AFL Grand Final.

Another U.S. performer who took center stage on Grand Final weekend and is now basking in a strong chart performance is Macklemore, whose Gemini (ADA/Warner) starts at No. 3. It’s the rapper’s first appearance on the ARIA Albums Chart (though he cracked the top 10 on two occasions with collaborator Ryan Lewis), a feat fuelled by his controversial decision to perform the song “Same Love” at Sunday’s showpiece NRL event.

Macklemore’s mini-set came as millions of Australians cast their vote on marriage laws in this country, with some “no” campaigners (including former prime minister Tony Abbott) demanding the sport's administrators ban the performance. The controversy hasn’t hurt Macklemore’s profile. Live Nation on Tuesday (Oct. 3) announced Macklemore would embark on a three-city tour next February and he grabs the highest debut on the national singles chart with “Good Old Days” featuring Kesha, which begins its journey at No. 25.

Meanwhile, albums from Foo Fighters, Ed Sheeran and Angus & Julia Stone all lose steam in the top 5 while veteran Northern Irish singer Van Morrison just misses out on a top 10 entry with Roll With The Punches (CAR/Universal), which starts at No. 11. Its his third studio set in as many years to crack the ARIA top 50 following Duets: Re-Working The Catalogue (reaching No. 10 in April 2015) and Keep Me Singing (No. 11 in October 2016).

On the ARIA Singles Chart, Post Malone sees his hit “Rockstar” featuring 21 Savage rise 8-1 in its second week for his first career No. 1.

And in a worrying sign for the local industry, just two homegrown tracks appear in the top 50: Vance Joy’s “Lay It On Me” (down 26-27 via Liberation/Universal) and Jessica Mauboy’s “Fallin'” (down 43-45 via Sony).
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Australian Top 100 Singles Chart
Australian Top 100 Albums Chart
Australian Top 100 Physical Albums Chart
Digital Track Chart Top 50
Digital Albums Chart
Catalogue Albums Chart
Streaming Singles Chart
Albums Summary
Compilations Summary
Australian Artist Top 20 Charts
Dance Top 25 Charts
Urban Singles Top 40
Urban Albums Top 40
Club Tracks Top 50
Hitseekers
Country Albums Chart
Classical/Crossover Albums Chart
Core Classical Albums Chart
Jazz & Blues Albums Chart
Audiovisual Chart
Accreditations – September 2017
UK Top 20 Singles & Albums Charts (source: BPI)
US Top 20 Singles & Albums Charts (source: Billboard)
New Zealand Top 20 Singles & Albums Charts (source: RIANZ)
Australasian Artist – Overseas Chart Performance
New Release Singles
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Postby borderwolf » Wed Oct 04, 2017 7:46 am

Brain, your link for 2 october is the same of 25 september! :wink:
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Postby BrainDamageII » Wed Oct 04, 2017 12:30 pm

borderwolf wrote:Brain, your link for 2 october is the same of 25 september! :wink:
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:37 pm

Shania Twain Beats Miley Cyrus to Australia's Albums Chart Crown
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... hart-crown
10/9/2017 by Lars Brandle

Shania Twain has done it again. After debuting at No. 1 in the U.S. and winning a tight battle to secure top spot on this week’s U.K. Albums Chart, the Canadian singer’s comeback release Now (Mercury/Universal) fends off a strong challenge from Miley Cyrus’ Younger Now (RCA/Sony) to secure her first No. 1 on Australia’s albums chart in nearly 15 years.

It’s the veteran country-pop singer’s third No. 1 Down Under, having previous hit the summit with Come On Over in February 1999 and with her last album Up!, which hit the top in November 2002.

Cyrus' sixth and latest album Younger Now debuts at No. 2 to give the U.S. pop singer her a fourth top ten entry on the national albums survey, after hitting the summit with Breakout (in September 2008) and Bangerz (in October 2013) and reaching No. 4 with her 2010 LP Can’t Be Tamed.

The top five is rounded out by a trio of former chart-toppers: Ed Sheeran’s Divide (up 4-3, via Warner), The Killers’ Wonderful Wonderful (down 1-4, via Island/Universal) and Foo Fighters’ Concrete And Gold (down 2-5, via RCA/Sony).

There are some notable arrivals on the latest chart with Australian singer-songwriters Rick Price and Jack Jones’ covers set California Dreaming (Sony) starting at No. 7, while Demi Lovato’s Tell Me You Love Me (Island/Universal) opens at No. 8, her second top 10 in Australia.

Following the passing of Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Tom Petty, the American rocker’s Greatest Hits (MCA/Universal) from 1993 re-enters the chart at No. 9, eclipsing its previous peak of No. 16 set in January 1994.

On the ARIA Singles Chart, Post Malone locks down a second week at No. 1 with “Rockstar” (Republic/Universal), featuring 21 Savage, while Macklemore impacts the top 5 with two of the songs he performed during his controversial showcase during the NRL Grand Final in Sydney. The rapper’s “Glorious” (ADA/Warner) featuring Skylar Grey rises 3-2, a new peak, while “Same Love” (Mack), the pro-LGBT anthem at the center of a storm of debate in these parts, returns to the top 50 at No. 4.

With a No. 27 entry, Pink’s latest “Beautiful Trauma” (RCA/Sony) is the highest arrival on this week’s tally, while just two homegrown tracks make the top 50: Vance Joy’s “Lay It On Me,” up 24-27 (via Liberation/Universal) and Jessica Mauboy’s “Fallin'” (Sony), down 45-49.
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Oct 16, 2017 2:08 pm

Post Malone's 'Rockstar' Extends Streak Atop Australia's Singles Chart
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10/16/2017 by Lars Brandle

Post Malone rocks out for a third straight week at No. 1 on Australia’s singles chart with “Rockstar” (Republic/Universal), featuring 21 Savage, while the 13th installment of Triple J's Like A Version (ABC/UMA) series blasts to the top of the national albums survey.

On this week’s ARIA Singles Chart, “Rockstar” holds off Camila Cabello’s fast-rising “Havana” (Epic/Sony), which rises 8-2, a new peak, overtaking Fifth Harmony’s ‘Work From Home’ (No. 3 back in April 2016) as the pop singer’s highest ARIA Singles Chart position. Macklemore’s double-platinum certified “Glorious” (ADA/Warner) featuring Skylar Grey slips 2-3 as the U.S. rapper grabs another top 10 with “Good Old Days” featuring Kesha, which climbs 16-10.

Also this week, Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” (Atlantic/Warner) is on a positive trajectory, flying 18-4 for a new high in its 13th week on the survey while Sam Smith’s comeback single “Too Good At Goodbyes” (Capitol/EMI) is unchanged at No. 5.

Portugal. The Man can be forgiven for enjoying some self-praise right now. The American rock outfit cracks the top 10 for the first time with “Feel It Still” (Atlantic/Warner) which sneaks in at No. 9 on a jump of six spots in its seventh week.

In a slow cycle for new releases, it’s the resident chart king Post Malone who also owns the top new entry as “I Fall Apart” bows at No. 26 while “Congratulations” is down 44-39. Both tracks appear on Post Malone’s debut Stoney which, in its eighth week, rises 17-10 for a new peak.

On the ARIA Albums Chart, the Triple J’s latest Like A Version various artists covers album becomes the fifth LAV release in a row to debut at the top spot. The latest album includes the likes of DMA’s covering Cher, Tash Sultana covering MGMT, and Polish Club covering Flume, Amy Shark covering Silverchair and more.

A year after The Secret Daughter (Songs From The TV Series) hit the top, Jessica Mauboy returns with The Secret Daughter Season Two, an album that includes the indigenous pop singer’s original “Fallin'” and covers of tracks made famous by the likes of The Church, Crowded House, Paul Kelly, Aretha Franklin and others. The Sony Music release is new at No. 2.

In its 32nd week on the chart Ed Sheeran’s five-time platinum Divide (Warner) holds at No. 3, veteran shock-rocker Marilyn Manson collects a sixth top ten appearance with Heaven Upside Down (Caroline/Universal), his 10th studio set which opens at No. 4, while Shania Twain’s comeback LP Now (Mercury/Universal) dips 1-5.

Former Oasis and Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher enjoys a No. 9 debut with As You Were (Warner), his solo debut which currently leads the U.K. albums tally. Gallagher’s last stint inside Australia's top 10 was when Oasis’ final studio set Dig Out Your Soul made it to No. 5 in October 2008.
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Postby freeme » Mon Oct 16, 2017 7:58 pm

Someone have R&B or dance charts etc. etc. before 2000?
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Oct 23, 2017 5:41 am

Pink's 'Beautiful Trauma' Bows at No. 1 on Australia's Albums Chart
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... aria-chart
10/22/2017 by Lars Brandle

Pink rules Australia’s albums chart this week with Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony), her fifth No. 1 in these parts, while Post Malone’s "Rockstar” (Republic/Universal) featuring 21 Savage enters a fourth consecutive week at the summit of the national singles survey.

With Beautiful Trauma, Pink has a global hit. The album, her first in five years, opened at No. 1 in the U.S. with a bigger-than-expected 408,000 equivalent album units for 2017's largest week for an album by a woman. It's also new at No. 1 in the U.K..

In Australia, Pink seems to smash records at will. She previously topped the ARIA Albums Chart with I'm Not Dead (October 2006), Funhouse (November 2008), Greatest Hits...So Far!!! (November 2010) and The Truth About Love (November 2012). All told, she has shifted 3.6 million units with her Australian concert DVD sales in excess of 1.16 million units, according to Sony Music.

Beautiful Trauma opens with double platinum certification. Expect the album to settle in for a long stay in the chart. Tickets went on sale last Friday for her 2018 arena tour of Australia, which has grown to 30 dates. The last time she set out on the road Down Under was her 2013 The Truth About Love tour, a sold-out 46 show trek which saw Pink perform to more than 600,000 fans, a record for a solo female artist.

Beautiful Trauma opens ahead of a pair of former chart-toppers, Ed Sheeran’s five-times platinum Divide (Warner) and Triple J's various artists compilation Like A Version 13 (ABC/UMA), while Jessica Mauboy’s The Secret Daughter Season Two (Songs From The Original 7 Series via Sony) slips 2-4 and Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile’s critically acclaimed collaborative set Lotta Sea Lice opens at No. 5.

There are top 20 debuts this week for Beck (Colors at No. 14 via Capitol/EMI), Robert Plant (Carry Fire at No. 16 via NONE/Warner) and St Vincent (Masseduction at No. 19 via Caroline/UMA). The follow-up to Lullaby And... The Ceaseless Roar (which peaked at No. 22 in September 2014), Carry Fire is Plant’s 12th post-Led Zeppelin LP to crack the ARIA top 50.

Meanwhile, new releases from Gucci Mane (Mr. Davis via Atlantic/Warner) and Pink Floyd’s David Gilmour (Live At Pompeii at No. 50 via Columbia/Sony) sneak into the chart.

With Post Malone locking up the ARIA Singles Chart title, Camila Cabello is denied top spot once more with “Havana” (Epic/Sony) featuring Young Thug. In third place, improving one position, is Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” (Atlantic/Warner), which becomes the English singer-songwriters’ eighth top three single on the Australian chart.
The top five is completed by Macklemore’s “Glorious” (ADA/Warner) featuring Skylar Grey, and Pink’s “What About Us.” Pink also scores the week’s highest debut for a single, with her Eminem-featured track "Revenge" which bows at No. 21 and is one of the U.S. pop star’s four tracks on the current tally.
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