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Karise Eden My Journey

Karise Eden Takes Top Spot On ARIA Chart

by Gavin Ryan on July 1, 2012

in News,Noise Pro

Karise Eden drops from the No.1 spot on the singles chart, but claims the new No.1 album in the country with instantly platinum certified “My Journey”, which is also the sixth consecutive No.1 debut in the past seven weeks.

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Karise Eden My Journey

Gavin Ryan reports that the last time we saw six consecutive No.1 debuts was between mid-March and late April of 2010 with Avril Lavigne, Glee Volume 5, The Strokes, Britney Spears, Drapht and The Foo Fighters the six acts to enter first week at the top of the ARIA Albums chart.

“My Journey” is the 310th No.1 debut in Australian Albums chart history (1965 to 2012) and the 649th No.1 album during that same period, whilst it’s the 508th ARIA No.1 album (1983 to 2012). It also becomes only the second album with ‘Journey’ in its title, the previous being Damien Leith’s “The Winner’s Journey” from December 2006. And as Karise is a local reality shows winner/contestant, she becomes the ninth such act to top the charts here (thirteen if you want to include overseas winners like Paul Potts, Leona Lewis or Susan Boyle twice).

Karise Eden’s album becomes the 152nd Australian performed album to reach No.1, and she becomes the 79th Australian Performer to hit the top spot. She is also the 93rd solo female act to hit No.1, and Karise is the eleventh Australian solo female act to hit the top of the Aussie Albums chart (165 to 2012). Karise is only the second solo Aussie female act this decade to make it to No.1, the last being Missy Higgins four weeks ago, and Karise is the first new solo female singer to hit No.1 here since Natalie Bassingthwaighte did so with “1000 Stars” back in March 2009.

There is also a No.2 debut this week, the fifth album for Linkin Park entitled “Living Things”, which becomes the bands fifth top two album (all five studio albums have reached No.1 or No.2) and its their sixth Top 10 entry overall. This album’s lead single “Burn it Down” returns to the Top 100 this week at No.41, and the bands Australian chart discography is listed below…

 

Entry Date

No

(WA)HP

WI

Acc

Titles

11-Dec-00

A1

(3) 2

96

▲4

HYBRID THEORY

12-Aug-02

R1

16

12

 REANIMATION

20-Jan-03

A1

97

1

 HYBRID THEORY ®

24-Mar-03

A1

83

4

 HYBRID THEORY ®

31-Mar-03

A2

2

76

▲4

METEORA

7-Jul-03

A1

78

6

▲5

HYBRID THEORY ®

8-Dec-03

L1

18

20

 

LIVE IN TEXAS

6-Dec-04

C1

(2) 8

21

with JAY-Z – MTV ULTIMATE MASH-UP: COLLISION COURSE

21-May-07

A3

(1) 1

49

▲2

MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT

23-Jun-08

A3

27

25

 

MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT ®

8-Dec-08

L2

24

14

 

ROAD TO REVOLUTIKON: LIVE AT MILTON KEYNES

9-Nov-09

A3

64

5

 

MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT ®

22-Mar-10

A1

98

1

 

HYBRID THEORY ®

20-Sep-10

A4

(4) 1

25

A THOUSAND SUNS

10-Sep-10

A1

84

3

 

HYBRID THEORY ®

7-Feb-11

A1

73

5

 

HYBRID THEORY ®

13-Jun-11

A3

85

4

 

MINUTES TO MIDNIGHT ®

2-Jul-12

A5

2

1*

LIVING THINGS

The third Top 5 debut of the week comes in the form of Maroon 5’s fourth album entitled “Overexposed” which debuts at No.4. This album features the former No.2 and current No.3 single “Payphone”, plus a bonus track of the ten week running No.2 single “Moves Like Jagger”, plus the new single “One More Night” which debuts at No.89 this week. This is their fourth Top 10 album, with “Songs About Jane” hitting No.1 for a week in October of 2004, and then they made it to No.5 in June 2007 with “It Won’t Be Soon Before Long”. 2010’s “Hands All Over” debuted and peaked at No.7 in October of that year, and they have also graced our charts with two live albums; “1.22.03 Acoustic Live EP” (HP-61, November 2004) and “Live – Friday the 13th” (HP-37, October 2005).

Keith Urban’s “The Story So Far” only drops one place this week, down to No.3, but last weeks No.1 debut of “Believe” for Justin Bieber drops four places to No.5 this week. One Direction has the No.6 position this week with their “Up All Night” album, but down four spots to No.7 is Missy Higgins with her former No.1 “The Ol’ Razzle Dazzle”.

The “Rock of Ages” soundtrack blasted into the Top 5 last week, but drops from No.4 to No.9 this week, with late July tourist Ed Sheeran’s “+” dropping four places to No.10. The final Top 10 entry of the week is the ninth studio album for The Smashing Pumpkins, which debuts at No.8 entitled “Oceania”, giving them their seventh Top 10 entry. Their entire Australian chart discography is also listed below…

Entry Date

No

(WA)HP

WI

Acc

Titles

19-Jul-92

A1

98

1

 

GISH

26-Sep-93

A2

7

84

SIAMESE DREAM

17-Jul-94

A1

68

4

 

GISH ®

13-Nov-94

G2

17

19

 

PISCES ISCARIOT

5-Nov-95

A3

(2) 1

98

▲4

MELLON COLLIE & THE INFINITE SADNESS

28-Jan-96

A2

14

31

 

SIAMESE DREAM ®

17-Mar-96

A1

51

6

 

GISH ®

14-Jun-98

A4

(1) 1

22

ADORE

1-Mar-99

A4

81

1

 

ADORE ®

6-Mar-00

A5

2

9

MACHINA / THE MACHINES OF GOD

26-Nov-01

G4

4

17

ROTTEN APPLES: GREATEST HITS

23-Jul-07

A7

7

9

 

ZEITGEIST

2-Jul-12

A9

8

1*

 

OCEANIA

Adele’s “21” drops out of the Top 10 for the first time since April 2011, when it spent two weeks out of the Top 10 at No.11 and No.12 before it spent the next sixty-five weeks inside the upper ten on the Albums chart. So this week it drops to No.11 accumulating 72 weeks inside the Top 10, making it the second longest Top 10 for the ARIA Charts (1983 to 2012) behind Shania Twain’s “Come on Over” which racked up 78 weeks in the Top 10. In the 1965 to 2012 period of Top 10 runs, it sits at sixth, and the longest Top 10 albums of all time are:

1. “Sound of Music” – Soundtrack (1965) just under 200 weeks
2. “Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band” – The Beatles (1967/87) – 98 weeks
3. “Going Places” – Herb Alpert (1966) 95 weeks
4. “Hot August Night” – Neil Diamond (1972) 91 weeks
5. “Come on Over” – Shania Twain (1997) 78 weeks
6. “21” – Adele (2010) 72 weeks
7. “I’m Not Dead” – P!nk (2006) – 70 weeks
8. “Thriller” – Michael Jackson (1983/2009) – 63 weeks
9. “Rumours” – Fleetwood Mac (1977/2012) – 62 weeks
10. “Brothers in Arms” – Dire Straits (1986) – 61 weeks
{this is the first time this list has ever been published for the entire Australian Album Charts Top 10’s}

NEW PEAKS & MOVERS: Helped by a return to No.10 for “Pound the Alarm”, Nicki Minaj’s “Pink Friday- Roman Reloaded” jumps back up twenty-two places to No.14, plus the explicit edition of the album comes out this week. With promo visits at the moment, two female singers each climb up twenty-three places apiece, with Katy Perry’s album “Teenage Dream: The Complete Confection” back up to No.25, and Carrie Underwood’s “Blown Away” is back up to No.30. James Morrison scores the only new peak within the Top 100 this week, as his “The Awakening” album jumps up nine places to No.32. Ahead of their upcoming tour, fun. jump up twenty places to No.46 with their “Some Nights” album, after a big return last week at No.12, Paul Simon’s repackaged “Graceland” album drops to No.36 this week.

The fourth studio album for New York native Fiona Apple entitled “The Idler Wheel is Wiser than the Drive of the Screw and Whipping Cords will Serve you More than Ropes will Ever Do”, more simply known as “The Idler Wheel…”, which by debuting at No.23 becomes her highest charting album in Australia, having previously charted with three albums; “Tidal” (HP-43, peaked March 1998), “When the Pawn…” (HP-54, peaked Feb 2000) and “Extraordinary Machine” (HP-53, peaked November 2005).

The adoptable pet’s game Moshi Monsters scores a No.31 debut this week with an album of songs entitled “Musix Rox!”, and debuting at No.34 is “Welcome to the Fishbowl” for country singer Kenny Chesney. This is his thirteenth studio album, and now his second to chart here, having previously made it to No.73 in October of 2010 with his twelfth album “Hemmingway’s Whiskey”.

French heavy-metal band Gojira debut at No.47 with their fifth album entitled “L’Enfant Sauvage”, which is their first to chart in Australia. And also making her first chart entry here is UK singer Paloma Faith with her second album “Fall to Grace”, which comes in at No.49. Her first album “Do You Want Truth or Something Beautiful? (2009) failed to make our Top 100.

Lower 50: Not much movement in the lower half of the chart this week, but returning albums include “Reece Mastin” at No.76, Elton John’s “Rocket Man: The Definitive Hits” at No.92 and “Nothing But the Beat” for David Guetta at No.97. The biggest dropout of the week was last weeks No.23 return of “Get Closer” for Keith Urban, which disappears from the Top 100 this week.

Melbourne based five-piece King Cannons (electronic soul-and-roll) enter at No.56 with their debut album “The Brightest Light”. L.A. melodic metal-core band The Ghost Inside debut at No.63 with their third album entitled “Get What You Give”, their first to chart here, and the final new entry of the week goes to the soundtrack to the new Pixar film “Brave”, which debuts at No.95.

The ARIA Chart updates at 6pm Sundays.

Gavin Ryan is the founder of Australian-Charts.com

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