Michael Bublé holds number one while The Black Keys and Amy Winehouse disappoint on this week’s chart.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, as Michael Bublé’s festive album retains the number one on this week’s ARIA Album Chart.
Oddly enough, the hugely anticipated Black Keys album and the posthumous Amy Winehouse collection couldn’t make much of a dent, at number seven and eight respectively.
They were still beaten by Adele, Susan Boyle, LMFAO, Nickelback and Tony Bennett, in that order.
Glee’s seventh volume of covers debuted at 18, Korn’s dubstep experiment The Path Of Totality entered at 32, and Tony Bennett’s Classic Christmas Album entered at 41.
On the back of a megatour, the Foo Fighters‘ Greatest Hits came back into the chart at 31, as did Eminem’s Recovery at 39.
The release of Red Dog on DVD lead the soundtrack to pop back in at 42, and we can presume the gift-giving season has led to Damien Leith’s Roy re-enterting at 47 and Lee Kernaghan’s Ultimate Hits at 50.
After two weeks at the top, X Factor winner Reece Mastin slips to number two beneath LMFAO’s ‘Sexy And I Know It’ on the Singles Chart. But he’s likely to get the number one album next week.
Check out our chat with Reece below.