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Australian Charts: Billie Eilish “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” is No 1

by Gavin Ryan on April 6, 2019

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The debut album and second entry for US teenager Billie Eilish called “When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” debuts at the top of ARIA Albums Chart this week, plus it also tops the U.K. and New Zealand charts too.

“When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?” becomes the 845th No.1 Album in Australia (1965 to 2019), the 696th for ARIA (1983 to 2019), the 485th album to debut at No.1 and also the 31st for her record label Interscope who last topped the chart with the Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper soundtrack for “A Star is Born” for eleven broken weeks (late Oct to the end of Dec 2018 and one more again in Feb 2019), finally this is the seventh No.1 album for 2019 too.

This is her second Top 10 album as her EP “Don’t Smile at Me” hit No.6 in February, and as I mentioned in the singles section, the topping of both charts by Billie Eilish makes it the 131st time that the top of the albums and singles charts have had a matching No.1 artist, with Ariana Grande the last to do so back in mid February of this year for two weeks, while Billie is now the youngest act to do this, and as this is her debut album the last time that an artists’ first release topped both charts was back in early February of 2008 for Leona Lewis with “Spirit” and her song “Bleeding Love” (1 week on 4-Feb, 2008).

As for youngest acts at No.1 that could go to either Justin Bieber (just turned 16 years old), Lorde (16 year old almost 17), Silverchair (all three members were either 15 or 16 when ‘Frogstomp’ went to No.1 in April of 1995), Birdy (16 at the time) and the youngest was Miley Cyrus who was 15 when ‘Breakout’ went to No.1 in September of 2008.

Of the words in the new No.1 albums’ title we have had ‘When’ three previous times, ‘Sleep” twice before, ‘Where’ once before and no ‘Fall’ but a “Fallen” and “Falling”. The new No.1 album also becomes the 297th chart topper for an American performer (male, female, solo, duo or group) and the 128th by a Female artist (local or overseas), plus Billie Eilish is also the 154th American Performer to hit the top here (solo, duo or group) and also the 36th Solo American Female singer to make it to No.1 here since the first was Janis Joplin in May of 1971.

Last week The Hilltop Hoods released two limited edition colored vinyl editions of their current album “The Great Expanse”, which this week helps it to fly back up six places to No.2, and the album is newly certified as Gold (●) in sales, while last weeks No.1 album for Dean Lewis and “A Place We Knew” drops down two places this week to No.3 followed by another of this years No.1 albums in “thank u, next” for Arian Grande, also dropping two spots to No.4, which means this is the first time this year that a Queen album or soundtrack has NOT appeared in the Top 4!!

Queen’s highest placed album this week is their “Greatest Hits” set dropping two spots to No.5, while they are also within the Top 10 with their biopic soundtrack “Bohemian Rhapsody” falling three places to No.7 and the bands also move down three places to No.9 with their other Top 10 entry in “The Platinum Collection”, while in-between those two Queen sets is the aforementioned soundtrack to “A Star is Born”, dropping three spots to No.8.

There are two further Top 10 debuts this week, coming in at No.6 is the second album for US metalcore band I Prevail called “Trauma”, and it also becomes the bands highest charted album here in Australia, beating the No.8 peak of the first set “Lifelines” from late October of 2016. Devin Townsend and his 18th album “Empath” comes in at No.10, while his late September 2016 set “Transcendence” also came at No.10, giving him now his second Top 10 and fourth Top 100 entry in Australia.

UP:
* The Billie Eilish EP “Don’t Smile at Me” (HP-6) is back up a couple of spots to No.12 thanks to her first full studio album debuting at No.1 this week.
* The Cold Chisel collection “The Best of – All for You” rises again this week, up five spots to No.18, while other best of sets rising are for Pink (new singles chart entry 45 to 33), INXS (36 to 35), Maroon 5 (51 to 45), Crowded House (55 to 47), The Wiggles (64 to 62), RHCP (68 to 66), Fleetwood Mac (Very Best of 75 to 70, GH 80 to 74, 25 Years-The Chain 100 to 94), Bon Jovi (87 to 72), Billy Joel (GH 1&2 returns at No.73), Foo Fighters (92 to 85), Kiss with KISSWorld (returns at No.86 thanks to a vinyl release last week) and Creedence Clearwater Revival (98 to 96).
* Ahead of his second solo album charting next week (potentially at No.1) the first Khalid album “American Teen” is back up five to No.26 (in its 100th chart week too) and his recent EP “Suncity” rises one spot to No.90.
* The long-running soundtrack for ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.1’ jumps back up eight spots to No.27, with other rising film sets being for ‘The Greatest Showman: Reimagined’ (43 to 38, new ‘Masterchef’ ad is playing “This is Me”), ‘Spider-Man: into the Spider-verse’ (57 to 53) and ‘Moana’ (76 to 67, actually screening tonight {Saturday 6th of April}),
* “Evolve” for Imagine Dragons rebounds twenty-two spots this week to No.50, sitting just above their newer set “Origins” which falls ten spots to No.51.
* Vance Joy are back up thirteen spots this week to No.54 with “Nation of Joy”.
* Sam Smith rebounds twenty places to No.57 with “The Thrill of it All”.
* Ariana Grande sits back-to-back with her older albums this week in “Dangerous Woman” (79 to 78) and “My Everything” (86 to 79).
* Anne-Marie is touring here at the moment and her album “Speak Your Mind” returns at No.81, with further re-entries being “Rainbow Valley” for Matt Corby (#86), recent tourist Kylie Mingoue with “Golden” (#93) and the Justin Bieber last album “Purpose” (#95).

DOWN:
* There are three albums leaving the Top 10 this week in “The Greatest Showman” (HP-1×8,WI10-64a) down four places to No.13, “The Dirt” soundtrack for Motley Crue (HP-10, WI10-1) dropping thirteen spots to No.23 and leaving the Top 100 from last weeks No.7 is “Shine a Light” for Bryan Adams (HP-7, WI10-1), which has had a really weird chart run by going 21-out-76-7-out.
* Post tour the Luke Combs set “This Ones for You” is down four places to No.16.
* Travis Scott drops down seven places to No.37 with his set “Astroworld”.
* Cardi B drops ten spots to No.39 with her debut album “Invasion of Privacy”.
* There’s an eight place slide to No.40 for the set “Hoodie SNZ” for A Boogie wit da Hoodie.
* Falling collections this week are by Elton John (Rocket Man 40 to 43, Diamonds 38 to 44 and One Night Only 59 to 65), Motley Crue (44 to 48), Queen (GH2 46 to 58), Guns N’ Roses (48 to 76) and ABBA (Gold & More 70 to 84 and Gold 90 to 92).
* Last week Flume debuted at No.11 with his mixtape “Hi This is Flume”, which this week drops down thirty-five spots to No.46.
* Ziggy Alberts falls into the lower fifty with “Laps Around the Sun”, down thirteen spots to No.52.
* Rita Ora drops down nine places to No.56 with her “Phoenix” album.
* The “Molly” soundtrack jumped into the Top 50 last week and is back down eleven spots this week to No.60, with other falling soundtracks being for ‘Black Panther’ (66 to 75) and ‘Forrest Gump’ (73 to 98).
* Florida Georgia Line tumble down twenty-one places to No.63 with their album “Can’t Say I Ain’t Country”.
* Rufus du Sol fall eleven places to No.64 with their “Solace” set.
* Ocean Alley and their “Chiaroscuro” album tumble down twenty-seven spots to No.77.
* Sticky Fingers’ latest album “Yours to Keep” falls down twenty-seven places also, to No.83.
* Clean Bandit are down thirteen spots to No.87 with “What is Love?”.
* Fleetwood Mac’s only falling album this week is their 1977 set “Rumours”, dropping twenty-two places to No.91.
* The Jonas Blue debut album “Blue” falls fifteen spots to the end of the chart at #100.
* Other than the Bryan Adams leaving the Top 100 from last weeks No.7, further Top 50 dropouts occur for The Murlocs (#16) and Rich the Kid (#33).

FURTHER NEW ENTRIES:
* #11 (LP#18) – Citizen John by The Black Sorrows is the eighteenth studio album for the Joe Camilleri led band who released their first album “Sonola” (HP-50) back in 1984, with this new set being their first release in three years and first to chart since 2014’s “Certified Blue” (HP-73), while overall this is their ninth chart entry (8 studios and one GH).

* #32 (LP#1) – Sing to Me Instead by Ben Platt is the debut album for the Broadway star of ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ which opened in 2017 to rave reviews, while he has also appeared in the films ‘Pitch Perfect’ (1 & 2), Meryl Streep’s ‘Ricki & the Flash’ and the recent film ‘Run This Town’.

* #34 (LP#5) – Trunk Muzik 3 by Yelawolf is the third albums chart and Top 50 entry here for the U.S. rapper, with the first two ‘Trunk Muzik’ sets being mixtapes, while his previous entries here were “Love Story” (LP#3, HP-19, late April 2015) and then “Trial by Fire” (LP#4, HP-41, early Nov 2017).

* #41 (LP#1) – Talk is Cheap (Remastered and Expanded) by Keith Richards was the debut album for The Rolling Stones lead guitarist from November of 1988, which now has been re-issued with six extra tracks and on expanded formats (such as digital and remastered CD), the set debuted and peaked for two weeks at No.15 in mid November ’88.

* #49 (LP#2) – After the Rain by Luke Dickens is the second album for the local country singer whose first set “Devil in the Wind” was issued in 2011 (but didn’t chart), while we all first saw Luke in 2008’s sixth season of Australian Idol (the one where Wes Carr won the series), with Luke coming second in that competition, and now eleven years late he scores his first chart entry.

* #71 (LP#1) – Victory Lap by Nipsey Hussle is the debut album for the U.S. rapper which was originally released in mid-February of 2018 and is charting this week because he was fatally shot five times in the carpark to his store ‘Marathon Clothing’ on March 31st in South Los Angeles.

* #80 (LP#30) – Honky Tonk Time Machine by George Strait is the fifth album to chart in Australia for the U.S. country singer of his thirty albums released, plus its his third in a row to chart here after “Love is Everything” (HP-86, May 2013) and “Cold Beer Conversation” (HP-74, early Oct. 2015).

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Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.

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