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Australian Charts: Ariana Grande ‘thank u next’ clocked up fifth no 1 week

by Gavin Ryan on March 24, 2019

in News,Noise Pro

Ariana Grande’s “thank u, next” album logs a fifth week atop the ARIA Albums Chart to now become this years longest running No.1 album (so far).

The set “thank u, next” increases Ariana’s overall weeks at No.1 to now eight weeks, moving her up on the listing for ‘Accumulated Weeks at No.1: Albums (1965 to 2019)’ from equal 90th to now outright 84th, stuck between Metallica (8 weeks from 6 #1’s) at No.83 and Barbra Streisand at No.85 (8 weeks from 3 #1’s). While for the same listing for this decade she is stable at No.9 and one week shy of tying with One Direction’s nine weeks at the top (from 4 #1’s).

With this week being the anniversary here of the 1976 first No.1 single for Queen with “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2 weeks from 22nd of March, 1976), its fitting that the soundtrack for their biopic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is back up one spot to No.2, while their “Greatest Hits” set is also back up one place to land at No.3 and they further rise a single place to No.6 with “The Platinum Collection”.

Also back up one spot apiece is the soundtrack for “A Star is Born” for Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper and “The Great Expanse” for The Hilltop Hoods to No.4 and No.5 respectively. Last week U.S. country singer Luke Combs saw his debut album “This One’s for You” crack one year on the charts, and he also did his second tour of Australia, which all helps his album to rise back up twelve places this week to land at a new peak of No.7 and the album scores its second week within the Top 10 (it logged a week at No.8 in June of 2018).

Also touring the country at the moment are The Eagles, who returned at #100 last week with “Selected Works: 1972-1999” which previously peaked at No.11 (Sept 2014) and this week that album bullets up ninety-two places to land at a new peak of No.8 and after 65 weeks of charting (since first charting in August of 2014) this is its first week within the Top 10. Holding at No.9 again is ‘The Greatest Showman’ soundtrack while last weeks No.8 debut for Juice WRLD and “Death Race for Love” is down two spots to No.10 and the album also entered at No.1 in both America and Canada this past week.

UP:
* A few country albums rising this week are by Florida Georgia Line with “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country” (31 to 14) and Thomas Rhett with “Life Changes” returning at No.58,
* The XXXTentacion album “?” cracked one year on the charts last week and this week it is up four to No.21.
* The Cardi B debut album “Invasion of Privacy” got a physical release last week after 47 weeks as a digital album only, and that helps the set to rise up thirteen places this week to No.26.
* Rising collections are for Cold Chisel (33 to 27), Elton John (Diamonds 35 to 37, Rocket Man stable at No.38, plus he returns at No.59 with “One Night Only: Greatest Hits), INXS (48 to 45), Pink (52 to 48), Maroon 5 (51 to 50), The Wiggles (68 to 63) and ABBA (Gold & More 83 to 73 and Gold 95 to 79).
* With a second single charting this week for A Boogie wit da Hoodie his set “Hoodie SZN” is back up six spots to No.28.
* Ahead of the second Khalid studio album coming out soon and his two Top 20 singles this week from that new set, his debut album “American Teen” is back up six to No.29 while his recent EP “Suncity” is up nine spots to No.85.
* Jumping back up nine spots to No.32 is the second Ed Sheeran set “x”, while his debut album “+” is back up eighteen places to No.71.
* After falling last week the Ariana Grande fourth album “Sweetener” jumps back up eights places to No.34, plus she returns at No.96 with her “Dangerous Woman” album.
* Ocean Alley jump back up twenty-two places to No.39 with their set “Chiaroscuro”.
* The Imagine Dragons newer album “Origins” is back up four to No.40, while their older set “Evolve” jumps up ten places to No.77.
* Ziggy Alberts fell to No.49 last week with his set “Laps Around the Sun”, which this week rebounds eight spots to No.41.
* ChillinIt jumps up sixteen spots to No.54 with his set “Women, Weed & Wordplay”.
* With the ‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-verse’ DVD and Blu-Ray issued this coming week the soundtrack is back up sixteen places to No.57, with other climbing soundtracks being for ‘Black Panther’ (81 to 66), ‘Moana’ (76 to 70), ‘Mamma Mia!: Here We Go Again’ (returns at #98) and ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2′ (returns at #100).
* Further returns are by Sam Smith and “The Thrill of it All” (#74), current tourist Bryan Adams latest album “Shine a Light” (#76), Lauren Daigle and “Look Up Child” (#84) and Adele’s “21” (#87).
* Clean Bandit’s “What is Love?” rises back up seven spots to No.75.
* Jonas Blue and his debut album “Blue” jumps back up eleven spots to No.81, with a new song called “What I Like About You” issued on Friday (not on the album though).
* Elton John also sees his 1974 set “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road” jump up ten places to No.86.
* Kendrick Lamar is back up ten spots to No.88 with his “DAMN.” album.

DOWN:
* The two albums leaving the Top 10 this week includes last weeks highest new entry for Kerser and “Lifestyle” (HP-2, WI10-1) which plummets twenty-eight places to No.30 and “Beerbongs & Bentleys” for Post Malone (HP-1×2, WI10-34a) which is down two spots to No.12.
* Falling collections are by Eminem (16 to 18), Queen (GH2 30 to 42), Red Hot Chili Peppers (32 to 65), Guns N’ Roses (50 to 67), Fleetwood Mac (Very Best of 55 to 78, GH 69 to 80), Crowded House (57 to 83), The Eagles (Very Best of 77 to 90), Foo Fighters (88 to 93) and Green Day (79 to 99).
* The covers soundtrack for ‘The Greatest Showman: Reimagined’ falls down seven spots to No.31, with other sliding soundtracks being for ‘Molly’ (46 to 62) and ‘Forrest Gump’ (56 to 97).
* Hozier falls down fourteen places to No.37 with his second album “Wasteland, Baby!”.
* Last week’s debuts to fall are by Dido with “Still on My Mind” (14 to 44), Foals and “Everything Not Saved Will Be Lost Part 1” (11 to 46) and “Beware of the Dogs” for Stella Donnelly (15 to 92).
* With Kylie Mingoue’s tour now over her “Golden” set falls down twenty-five places to No.68.
* The 2002 Eminem set in “The Eminem Show” falls down nine spots to No.72.
* The Tom Walker album “What a Time to Be Alive” falls down twenty-nine spots to No.89.
* Offset sees his album “Father of 4” drop down twenty-four spots to No.91.
* Maren Morris has the highest dropout of the week as her “Girl” album leaves from No.29, while last weeks debuts to also leaves are from David Gray (#71) and Sigrid (#84).

NEW ENTRIES:
* #23 (LP#6) – Singing to Strangers by Jack Savoretti is the new No.1 album in England this week and for the UK born singer-songwriter its his first No.1 album there, while here it becomes his highest charted of his three entries, as he previously entered here with “Written in Scars” (LP#3, HP-47, this week in March 2016 {issued in Feb of 2015}) and “Sleep No More” (HP-58, early November 2016).

* #47 (LP#5) – Aviary Takes by Dan Sultan is the fifth studio album for the local singer/songwriter, with this new set being acoustic and piano covers of songs from his four previous studio albums, with this now becoming his sixth albums chart entry (four studios and 2 EP’s), as he last charted in May of 2018 with his EP “Killer Under a Blood Moon” (HP-66), while he also has a kid’s album called ‘Nali & Friends’ issued digitally this week with the physical version out in the second week of April.

* #53 (LP#1) – If I Know Me by Morgan Wallen is the debut album for the 25-year-old American country singer from Tennessee which was issued in late April of 2018 hitting No.72 on the U.S. Billboard Top 200 chart.

* #55 (LP#1) – Goodbye & Good Riddance by Juice WRLD is the debut album for the U.S. rapper who last week debuted at No.8 with his second set “Death Race for Love” (TW-10), as this album never charted prior to this week, plus it features his former No.8 single “Lucid Dreams” (TW-84).

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Gavin Ryan reports with thanks to Australian-Charts.com

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