Australian Aria Charts 2016 Onwards

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Postby freeme » Mon Oct 23, 2017 10:57 am

Someone have dance Urban and minor Charts before 200?
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Postby BrainDamageII » Wed Oct 25, 2017 5:42 pm

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Postby borderwolf » Mon Oct 30, 2017 8:36 am

Pink Beats Niall Horan to Australia's Album Chart Crown
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... lbum-chart
10/30/2017 by Lars Brandle

Pink and Post Malone are still on top Down Under.

Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony), Pink’s seventh studio album, enters a second week at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart. It’s a lofty position for any artist, but Pink can take it all in her stride. Over her career, the American pop star has hit the top with five albums and spent a combined 36 weeks at No. 1 on Australia’s national chart, according to ARIA.

As news broke of Pink’s continued run atop the survey, Live Nation announced the addition of three more shows to her 2018 tour of Australia, for a total of 33 arena shows (the promoter insists these are the final dates on the Australian leg of the Beautiful Trauma World Tour). Pink’s five New Zealand concerts have sold out and her Greatest Hits compilation continues to impress, chalking up 134 weeks on Australia's albums chart and placing just outside the top 10 (it slips 9-12).

With Pink extending her reign, Niall Horan misses out on summiting with his solo debut Flicker (Capitol/EMI). The former One Direction singer’s first LP can’t match its No. 1 start in the U.S., but its No. 2 bow is the healthiest debut entry for any title this week in Australia.

Ed Sheeran’s five-times platinum Divide (Warner) slips 2-3 while Florida metal exponents Trivium snag a fifth top 10 on the national album survey with The Sin And The Sentence (Roadrunner/Warner), their eighth album, which is new at No. 4. George Michael makes a posthumous return to the top 5 with Listen Without Prejudice (Sony). First time around, Listen Without Prejudice Vol. 1, Michael’s second solo set, peaked at No. 2 in September 1990. It’s dropped in at No. 1 in the U.K. and No. 5 in Australia and is bundled with the former Wham singer's 1996 MTV Unplugged performance.

On the ARIA Singles Chart, Post Malone logs a fifth week at No. 1 with “Rockstar” (Republic/Universal) featuring 21 Savage as Camila Cabello makes do with another stint at No. 2 with “Havana” (Epic/Sony) featuring Young Thug.

The week’s highest new entry goes to Taylor Swift, whose “Gorgeous” (Big Machine/Universal) starts at No. 9. The track is lifted from her forthcoming album Reputation, due No. 10, and follows “Look What You Made Me Do,” which topped the chart in September, and “...Ready For It?,” which reached No. 3 in September and should get a boost from the release last Friday of its blockbuster new video.
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Postby BrainDamageII » Thu Nov 02, 2017 6:41 am

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Postby borderwolf » Sat Nov 04, 2017 8:25 pm

WEEK THREE AT #1 FOR P!NK'S BEAUTIFUL TRAUMA
https://www.ariacharts.com.au/news/2017 ... ful-trauma
NOVEMBER 4, 2017

Debuts for 360, Kelly Clarkson, Hanson and more!

It’s week three at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart for P!nk’s seventh studio Beautiful Trauma.

Ed Sheeran‘s ÷ jumps back up one spot to #2. It’s the album’s 35th week in the top ten.

This week’s biggest re-entry comes from The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac. The album has hit the top 50 for a 176th week at #22.

After re-entering the top 50 last week at #41, Jimmy Barnes’ For The Working Class Man has climbed up 18 spots to #23.

In its 50th week in the top 50, the Trolls soundtrack is back up ten spots to #24.

Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album has re-entered the top 50 for a second week, hitting #31.

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#3: 360 ‘Vintage Modern’ – 360 takes out his third top five on the ARIA Albums Chart with Vintage Modern. The Melbourne rapper’s fourth album comes three years on from Utopia (#2 Jun. ’14) and features a host of guests including fellow Aussie hip hop stars Seth Sentry and Pez. 360 first hit the top five with Falling & Flying (#4 Oct. ’11).

#5: Chris Brown ‘Heartbreak On A Full Moon’ – The eighth album from American singer Chris Brown. A double album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon is the follow-up to Royalty (#14 Dec. ’15). It’s Brown’s first top ten since X (#4 Sept. ’14).

#6: Kelly Clarkson ‘Meaning Of Life’ – Kelly Clarkson picks up a sixth top ten entry on the ARIA Albums Chart with Meaning Of Life. The album is Clarkson’s eighth studio release and first since Piece By Piece (#5 Mar. ’15). Her highest peak to date was with Breakaway (#2 Jul. ’05) and All I Ever Wanted (#2 Mar. ’09).

#7: Hanson ‘Finally It's Christmas’ – American sibling trio Hanson score a debut in the ARIA top 50 for the first time since 2000 with Finally It's Christmas. It’s the group’s second festive album, following Snowed In (#3 Nov. ’97). They last charted with This Time Around (#11 Apr. ’00).

#35: Ne Obliviscaris ‘Urn’ – The third studio album from Melbourne progressive metal band Ne Obliviscaris becomes their second to chart in the top 50. Urn takes over from Citadel (#42 Nov. ’14) as the band’s highest peak.

#37: Ty Dolla $ign ‘Beach House 3’ –Ty Dolla $ign makes his ARIA Albums Chart debut with Beach House 3. It’s the American hip hop artist’s second studio album, released two years on from debut Free TC. It includes appearances by Pharrell, Damian Marley, Future, Lil Wayne and more.

#41: Yelawolf ‘Trial By Fire’ – The third studio album from Yelawolf gives the American rapper a second top 50 entry. Trial By Fire comes just over two years on from Love Story (#19 Apr. ’15). Its contributors include Kid Rock, Blink 182’s Travis Barker and Wynonna Judd.

#42: Hollywood Undead ‘Five’ – American rap rock band Hollywood Undead take out their top 50 debut with Five. It’s the five-piece’s fifth album and comes two years on from fourth album Day Of The Dead.
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Nov 06, 2017 1:15 pm

Pink and Post Malone Extend Streak Atop Australia's Charts
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... lia-charts
11/6/2017 by Lars Brandle

Pink and Post Malone lock up another week atop Australia’s charts.

Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony), Pink’s seventh studio set, enters a third week at No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart. It's already double-platinum certified (140,000 units) in less than a month on sale.

Next up: Ed Sheeran’s five-times platinum juggernaut Divide (Warner), which rises 2-1 in its 35th week on the survey while Melbourne rapper 360 has the highest new entry with Vintage Modern (EMI), which bows at No. 3 for his third top 10 album. Vintage Modern features assists from Seth Sentry, Pez, Gary Clark and others and follows on from Utopia, which peaked at No. 2 in June 2014.

Former One Direction star Niall Horan sees his solo debut Flicker slip 2-4, while U.S. R&B star Chris Brown’s marathon, 45-track Halloween release Heartbreak On A Full Moon starts at No. 5. Heartbreak is Brown’s eighth studio album and his first top ten since X hit No. 4 in September 2014.

Just missing the top five this week is Kelly Clarkson’s Meaning of Life, which enters at No. 6 for the inaugural American Idol champ’s sixth top 10 entry, while sibling act Hanson gets a jump on the holiday season with Finally It's Christmas, new at No. 7. It’s the American pop trio’s first stint inside the top ten since 3 Car Garage went to No. 3 in May 1998, and their first appearance on the chart since This Time Around reached No. 11 in April 2000.

With Taylor Swift’s Reputation due to arrive this Friday, Swifties apparently can’t wait for their pop fix. Swift’s diamond-certified (500,000 units) 1989 rises 31-21 in its 130th week on the survey.

It’s an unchanged top 5 on the ARIA Singles Chart, as Post Malone captures a sixth consecutive week at No. 1 with “Rockstar” (Republic/Universal), featuring 21 Savage. The American rapper bags another top 10 as “I Fall Apart” enters the top tier for the first time on a 14-6 spike.

With Malone dominating the tally for another frame, Camila Cabello’s radio-friendly “Havana” (Epic/Sony) featuring Young Thug can’t improve from second place, while Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” (Atlantic/Warner), Khalid’s “Young Dumb & Broke” (RCA/Sony) and Portugal. The Man’s “Feel It Still” (Atlantic/Warner) round out the top 5.

With a No. 15 debut, Selena Gomez & Marshmello’s collab “Wolves” (Interscope/Universal) snags the week’s highest new entry on the singles survey. It’s Gomez’s fourth track this year to crack the top 50 (after the Kygo collaboration “It Ain’t Me”; “Bad Liar” and “Fetish”) and the EDM DJ and producer Marshmello’s second (after “Silence” with Khalid).
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Nov 13, 2017 2:18 pm

Pink Outmuscles Sam Smith on Australia's Albums Chart
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... bums-chart
11/13/2017 by Lars Brandle

Post Malone bags a seventh successive week at No. 1 on Australia’s singles chart with “Rockstar” (Republic/Universal), while Pink’s Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony) holds off Sam Smith’s latest LP to make it four straight.

Sam Smith’s sophomore album The Thrill Of It All (Capitol/EMI) starts at the top in the U.S. and U.K. but just misses out in Australia as Pink’s seventh and latest set extends its reign and collects a third platinum certification. The British soul singer can take comfort in the fact his 2014 debut album In The Lonely Hour also opened at No. 2 and took nearly a year to reach the top. In The Lonely Hour finally hit the summit in April 2015 in its 48th week inside the top 50. The lead single from his new album, the former No. 1 “Too Good At Goodbyes,” this week improves 10-7.

Slipping 2-3 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week is Ed Sheeran’s Divide (Warner), while Australian pop hitmaker Guy Sebastian starts at No. 4 with Conscious (Sony). It’s the inaugural Australian Idol winner’s eighth studio album and ninth top ten entry on the albums survey.

Chris Brown's marathon double album Heartbreak On A Full Moon (RCA/Sony) is unmoved at No. 5 while Polaris’ The Mortal Coil (No. 6 via Resist Records/Universal), Maroon 5’s Red Pill Blues (No. 7 via Interscope/Universal) and Roy Orbison's A Love So Beautiful (No. 10 via Legacy/Sony) crack the top 10 on debut.

With Rockstar extending its streak on the ARIA Singles Chart and Camila Cabello’s double-platinum “Havana” (Epic/Sony) featuring Young Thug entering another week at No. 2, the highest debut single goes to Taylor Swift’s “Call It What You Want” (Big Machine/Universal). It's new at No. 16.

With Reputation released and likely to chart high this weekend, Swift nabs a fourth singles chart entry from the album after “Look What You Made Me Do” (No. 1), “…Ready For It?” (No. 3) and “Gorgeous" (No. 9).
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Postby spiritboy » Wed Nov 15, 2017 10:29 am

BrainDamage, you are doing fantastic job in chart threads, thanks for the hard work and please don't feel underappreciated :)
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Postby borderwolf » Mon Nov 20, 2017 1:00 pm

Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' Rules Australia's Albums Chart
http://www.billboard.com/articles/colum ... bums-chart
11/20/2017 by Lars Brandle

It’s the best-selling album of the year in the United States, and the week’s No. 1 in the U.K., and now Taylor Swift’s Reputation (Big Machine/Universal) is crowned champion of Australia’s chart.

Reputation, the U.S. pop singer-songwriter’s sixth studio album, becomes Swift’s fourth No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, following 1989 (November 2014), Red (October 2012) and Speak Now (November 2010).

Swift’s latest unseats Pink’s triple-platinum LP Beautiful Trauma (RCA/Sony), which dips 2-1, while Ed Sheeran’s six-times platinum Divide (Warner) holds at No. 3, Sam Smith’s sophomore set The Thrill of It All (Capitol/EMI) falls 2-4 and Sydney rapper Kerser lands a fifth top ten album with Engraved In The Game (ABK/Warner), new at No. 5.

Just missing a spot in the top 5 this week is Evanescence’s Synthesis (Sony), the alternative rock outfit’s first album in six years. Synthesis opens at No. 6. And just days after Michael Buble announced his return to the stage, the Canadian crooner’s perennial holiday favorite Christmas (Reprise/Warner) climbs 24-7 in its 54th week. The album has been certified double diamond in Australia, in recognition of sales in excess of one million units and, according to Warner Music, has been No. 1 on the Australian iTunes album chart every Christmas Day since 2011.

It took three, long months, but Camila Cabello’s “Havana” (Epic/Sony) has finally shimmied its way to No. 1 on Australia’s singles chart.

The Cuba-born, U.S.-raised pop singer’s international hit finally deposes Post Malone’s "Rockstar" (Republic/Universal) featuring 21 Savage from the summit of the ARIA Singles Chart.

“‘Havana,” featuring Young Thug, recently crossed the 300 million plays milestone on Spotify and is certified platinum in Canada, Sweden, Ireland and Australia, where it’s clocked up double-platinum certification in its 12 weeks on the national singles survey.

It’s the ex-Fifth Harmony member’s first No. 1 in Australia (the track is also the leader on the Official U.K. Singles Chart).

While “Rockstar” loses its crown, it’s not such a bad week for Post Malone whose "I Fall Apart" is up 6-4 for the track’s first stint in the top 5.

The highest new entry belongs to Eminem, whose “Walk On Water” (Interscope/Universal) featuring Beyoncé is new at No. 10. The track, lifted from Em’s forthcoming ninth studio album, Revival, is the Detroit rapper’s 13th top ten single as a lead artist on the ARIA Singles Chart and his first top 10 release since “The Monster” led the survey in November 2013.
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