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David Bowie Albums Saturate Australian Chart

by Paul Cashmere on January 20, 2016

in News,Noise Pro

David Bowie albums accounted for 26.1% of all sales in the Top 500 in Australia last week.

29 David Bowie titles registered in the Australian Top 500 after news of the death of Bowie broke on Monday January 11. That means the chart figures were made up of just 3 and a bit days sales. (The Australian chart each week is calculated for sales from midnight Fridays to 11:50pm the following Thursday.

Bowie Australian album chart position and sales

1 Blackstar (23681)
3 Nothing Has Changed (7659)
9 Best of Bowie (2211)
14 The Best of David Bowie 1969/1974 (1511)
21 The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars (977)
23 The Next Day (830)
30 The Best of David Bowie 1980/1987 (700)
35 Aladdin Sane (658)
37 Let’s Dance (632)
41 Diamond Dogs (580)
42 Heroes (569)
45 Hunky Dory (549) (40577)
49 The Best of David Bowie 1974/1979 (485)
52 Scary Monsters (469)
72 Sound + Vision (336)
83 Low (293)
95 Station To Station (277)
130 Young Americans (203)
140 Pin-Ups (189)
149 The Man Who Sold The World (180)
162 A Reality Tour (167)
221 Hours (126)
247 Heathen (116)
275 Lodger (103)
283 Space Oddity (102)
378 David Bowie AKA Space Oddity (75)
384 Earthling (73)
411 Outside (69)
485 Reality (52) 3342

David Bowie singles chart position and sales

36 Heroes (4258)
42 Under Pressure (3760)
63 Lets Dance (2314)
72 Lazarus (2083)
80 Changes (1932)
88 Life On Mars (1659)
101 Blackstar (1433)
106 Sorrow (1343)
107 Modern Love (1313)
110 Rebel Rebel (1291)
111 China Girl (1287)
113 Ashes To Ashes (1259)
122 Ziggy Stardust (1132)
127 Golden Years (1097)
148 Dancing In The Street (923)
165 Young Americans (835)

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