Hilltop Hoods Set For No 1 Album Debut
Hilltop Hoods

Hilltop Hoods

Hilltop Hoods Set For No 1 Album Debut

by Gavin Ryan on August 13, 2014

in New Music,News,Noise Pro

Hilltop Hoods looks certain to have the number one album this week in Australia while Meghan Trainor should repeat her top singles spot.

Meghan Trainor should retain her No.1 spot on the ARIA Singles chart this coming weekend with “All About the Bass”, whilst G.R.L. who dropped a spot to No.3 with “Ugly Heart” might be back to their former peak of No.2 on the new chart.

“Jubel” by Klingande jumped from 41 to 11 this past week, and could leap into the Top 5 this weekend, as too AJR with “I’m Ready” (58 to 16) which is also being used on a couple of different promos for shows, whilst another chart first-timer Lilly Wood & The Prick with “Prayer in C” (Robin Schultz Remix) (TW-59 to 25) could bullet again this weekend and leap into the Top 10.

A couple of former singing-show winners performed on X-Factor this past week, with the first Australian Idol Guy Sebastian singing his new track “Come Home With Me” and last years XF winner Dami Im with “Gladiator”, both of which look set to debut in the Top 10 this coming weekend, whilst retaining their status within the ten should be Paloma Faith, George Ezra and Jessie J with Ariana and Nicki Minaj. Ariana Grande also has a new track out with Big Sean entitled “Best Mistake”, which could become her fourth consecutive Top 10 entry or land just outside of the ten.

Nicki Minaj and her new song “Anaconda” snuck in at No.39, and the Sir Mix-a-Lot infused track featuring “Baby Got Back” (HP-8, Sept 1992) looks set to jump into the Top 15, whilst another of last weeks entries, “Freaks” (Re-entry #83) by Timmy Trumpet and Savage looks set for a Top 20 placing on the new chart. And with Justice Crew performing on the finale of The Voice: Kids, “Que Sera” should remain within the Top 20.

British artist Itch debuted at No.43 with his first single “Another Man”, which looks likely to jump into the upper end of the Top 30, whilst Sam Smith’s new single “I’m Not the Only One” (New TW-58) looks set for a jump into the lower end of the thirty. GO COMET! spent a week on the charts in July with “Worlds Apart”, which could return this week within the Top 40, and the new Maroon 5 track “It Was Always You” (New TW-71) could also become a fixture of the forty this week.

Hilary Duff’s recent entry “Chasing the Sun” (HP-72, out this week) was the first of several new track she is issuing, with this weeks’ entitled “All About You” looking set for a Top 50 entry, and Missy Higgins new album due in mid September is entitled “OZ”, and features covers of local tracks, two of which could enter this week, “No Secrets” (The Angels track Top 60), and “Shark Fin Blues” (The Drones track Top 70), whilst we could also see a couple of X-Factor contestants enter, including Brothers 3 with their cover of “Just the Way You Are” (Bruno Mars, Top 70) and Reigan Derry with “Unconditionally” (Katy Perry, Top 90).

Jess Glynne has appeared as guest vocalist on two hits this year for Clean Bandit and Route 94, and now her first solo entry “Right Here” could land a Top 70 debut this weekend, whilst another couple of local acts in Bluejuice with “I’ll Go Crazy” and The Hilltop Hoods with “Cosby Sweater” could see Top 80 entries, whilst Pentatonix and their EDM version of “Problem” (Ariana Grande song) and Becky G with “Shower” could see lower entries within the Top 100.

The Hilltop Hoods are set for a fourth consecutive No.1 album this weekend, as their seventh studio album “Walking Under Stars” is on track for the top, and the continuing the feat of Australian acts debuting at the top of the ARIA Albums chart.

Last week the “Guardians of the Galaxy: Mix Tape Volume 1” debuted at No.7, and now that the film has opened fully around the country, the soundtrack looks set to climb even to No.2 this weekend, whilst this weeks No.1 entry of the self-titled third album for Angus & Julia Stone should retain a Top 5 status.

The Kite String Tangle look set for a Top 10 debut with their debut EP “Vessel”, and after jumping up to No.20 this past week, George Ezra should jump into the Top 10 this weekend with “Wanted on Voyage”. Holding their Top 10 status should be Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, the Frozen Soundtrack, and we could either see a Top 10 debut, or landing just outside of it for Porter Robinson with his new set “Worlds”.

The fifth studio album for The Gaslight Anthem “Get Hurt” looks set for a Top 20 debut, with their last entry being “Handwritten” which debuted and peaked at No.14 in late July 2012. Watsky could enter with “All You Can Do” and FKA Twigs could see their set “LP1” both debut within the Top 30, and there are potential Top 40 debuts for Adam Brand with his tenth studio album “My Side of the Street”, and the passing of the actor Robin Williams could see two of his 1988 releases re-enter this week, with his stand-up album “https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2evBgJn1038” (HP-96, Sept 1988) entering the Top 40, and the soundtrack to his breakout film “Good Morning Vietnam” (HP-1×1, peaked June 1988) coming back into the Top 80.

The Grand Finale for The Voice: Kids was on during the past week, and the album for the show could enter within the Top 50, whilst the soundtrack for the new Keira Knightly/Adam Levine film “Begin Again” along with the WINNER album “2014 S/S” look set for entries within the fifty too. Further down there could be debuts for #1 Dads with “About Face”, The Underachievers with “Cellar Door: Ut Exordium”, Citipointe Live and “Wildfire” and current tourists here Hanson with “Anthem”.

Written, Compiled and Researched by Gavin Ryan.

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