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Aretha Franklin Dominates Australian Chart

by Paul Cashmere on August 27, 2018

in News

Aretha Franklin is all over the Australian charts this week with more than a dozen albums in the chart and songs populating on the singles and streaming charts.

The breakdown is Australia bought ‘Respect’, streamed ‘You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman’ and couldn’t make its mind over which Aretha Franklin Greatest Hits to buy.

Here is how the Aretha Franklin sales and streaming habits panned out one week after the death of the Queen of Soul on 16 August 2018.

Top Downloads

50. Respect
100. Think (with the Blues Brothers)
199. I Knew You Were Waiting For Me (with George Michael)
240. Son Of A Preacher Man
405. Sisters Are Doing It For Themselves
488. Chain of Fools

Top Streaming Tracks

297. You Make Me Feel Like A Natural Woman
330. Respect
388. Say A Little Prayer

Top Albums

13. The Very Best of Aretha Franklin Vol. 1 The 60s
16. 30 Greatest Hits
17. The Queen of Soul The Atlantic Recordings
19. Together – The Very Best of Aretha Franklin and Otis Redding
20. Respect – The Very Best Of
22. Original Album Series
23. A Brand New Me
25. The Best of Aretha Franklin
106. Aretha Franklin Sings The Great Diva Classics
186. The Essential
204. Soul Queen
216. The Very Best of Aretha Franklin Vol 2 the 70s
309. Love Songs
358. Amazing Grace The Complete Recordings
484. I Never Loved A Man The Way I Loved You

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