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Taylor Swift photo by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Album Chart: Taylor Swift ‘Midnights’ Is Still No 1

by Gavin Ryan

It’s an eleventh week at No.1 for Taylor Swift and her “Midnights” album in Australia.

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Daniel Johns FutureNever

ARIA’s Flawed Chart Formula Negatively Impacts Australian Acts On End of Year Chart Yet Again

by Paul Cashmere

ARIA’s current chart formula has continued to disadvantage Australian artists with the end of year Singles and Album charts once again showing poor impact for Australian artist.

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Taylor Swift Midnights

Taylor Swift ‘Midnights’ Spends 10th Week At Number One In Australia

by Gavin Ryan

It’s a tenth week at No.1 for the tenth studio album by Taylor Swift, “Midnights”.

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Taylor Swift Midnights

Australian Albums Chart: Taylor Swift ‘Midnights’ Remains At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” logs a ninth week at No.1 in Australia, becoming her equal longest stay at the top of the Australian Album Charts.

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Taylor Swift Midnights

Gavin Ryan’s End of Year Australian Chart Wrap-up

by Gavin Ryan

For the first time in her career, Taylor Swift has the highest selling album in Australia for 2022, as her late October dropped tenth set “Midnights” is the No.1 Album for the past year.

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The Closure Of Sanity Talks More About An Industry Than A Business

by Paul Cashmere

The forthcoming closure of Australian music retailer Sanity tells more about the music industry than the Sanity business.

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Taylor Swift photo by Ros O'Gorman

ARIA Albums: Taylor Swift ‘Midnights’ Is First No 1 Album of 2023

by Gavin Ryan

The last week of sales for 2022 sees Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” land an eighth week at No.1 in Australia.

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Taylor Swift photo by Ros O'Gorman

ARIA Albums: The Christmas No 1 Goes To Taylor Swift

by Gavin Ryan

The last No.1 Album for 2022 is the Taylor Swift set “Midnights”, logging a seventh overall week in Australia.

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Taylor Swift photo by Ros O'Gorman

ARIA Album Chart: Taylor Swift ‘Midnights’ Is Back At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” regains its No.1 spot in Australia for a sixth overall week.

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Paul Kelly AWITG on Friday 17 November 2017. Photo by Ros O'Gorman

ARIA Albums: Paul Kelly’s Christmas Train Is The No 1 Album in Australia

by Gavin Ryan

Returning to the chart this week and taking out the No.1 slot is “Paul Kelly’s Christmas Train” set, scoring a new peak in the process.

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David Draiman Disturbed

ARIA Album Chart: Nickelback and Disturbed Have Top 10 Debuts

by Gavin Ryan

Racking up five weeks at No.1, the Taylor Swift “Midnights” album achieves ▲Platinum in sales, its first sales certification.

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The Wiggles Rewiggled

ARIA Awards Trainwreck Pulled Less Viewers On Nine Than Last Year On YouTube

by Paul Cashmere

The trainwreck that was the 2022 ARIA Awards last night had more viewers on YouTube last year than on Channel 9 last night.

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Bruce Springsteen Only The Strong Survive

ARIA Album Chart: Top 10 Debuts From Bruce Springsteen and Louis Tomlinson

by Gavin Ryan

Equalling the longest continual run at No.1 in 2022 is “Midnights” by Taylor Swift, spending a fourth week at the top of the Australian Album Charts.

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The Beatles Revolver box

Australia’s Album Chart: Taylor Swift ‘Midnights’ No 1, The Beatles ‘Revolver’ No 2

by Gavin Ryan

For only the fifth time this year an album has held onto the No.1 spot for a second week, as Taylor Swift’s “Midnights” ticks away at the top of the ARIA Album Charts.

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1975 - Being Funny In A Foreign Language

Australian Album Chart: The 1975 ‘Being Funny In A Foreign Language’ Debuts At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

The fifth studio album for English act The 1975 called “Being Funny in a Foreign Language” becomes their third No.1 Album in Australia this week.

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Slipknot The End So Far

Australian Album Chart: Slipknot ‘The End, So Far’ Debuts At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

US heavy metal band Slipknot see their seventh studio album “The End, So Far” become their fourth consecutive No.1 Album in Australia.

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The Long and Short of It Midnight Choir

The Long and Short of It ‘Midnight Choir’ Tops ARIA Country Chart

by Paul Cashmere

Melbourne’s The Long and Short of It have debuted at number one on the ARIA Country Chart.

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Harry Styles photo 2012 by Ros O'Gorman

Australian Charts: Harry Styles ‘Harry’s House’ Becomes ARIA’s 800th Number One Album

by Gavin Ryan

The third Harry Styles album “Harry’s House” becomes his third successive No.1 Album in Australia this week, plus all thirteen tracks land within the Top 15 on the singles chart.

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Cold Chisel All For You

INXS and Cold Chisel Had Two Of The Biggest Australian Albums Of 2021

by Paul Cashmere

INXS ‘The Very Best’ and Cold Chisel ‘The Best of Cold Chisel: All For You’ both made ARIA’s Top 10 Australian Albums of 2021.

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Nirvana Nevermind 30th anniversary edition

Nirvana, Queen, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac Dominate Australian Vinyl Chart of 2021

by Paul Cashmere

Very few artists “popped” into the ARIA Top 10 vinyl albums of 2021. The end of year chart features Nirvana with two places, Queen at no 5, and 40+ year old albums by Fleetwood Mac and Pink Floyd in the Top 10.

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Adele 30

Australian Albums : Adele ’30’ Remains At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

Adele’s fourth album “30” remains the No.1 Album in Australia for the first week of sales in 2022.

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Adele 30

The ARIA Chart, It Has Become A Joke

by Paul Cashmere

A funny thing happens when you eliminate streaming from the ARIA sales figures. The manufactured pop machine disappears.

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Australian Bird Collective Songs of Disappearance

Australian Bird Calls ‘Songs Of Disappearance’ Goes Up The Chart

by Paul Cashmere

Australia’s most unusual hit of 2021 got even bigger this week. The Australian Bird Calls ‘Songs of Disappearance’ actually increased in sales in its second week moving up the ARIA Chart from number 5 to number 3.

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Sydney Harbour Bridge and Abba

Australian Charts: ABBA Voyage Debuts At No 1

by Gavin Ryan

ABBA returns to the No.1 spot in Australia with their ninth studio album “Voyage”, their first new material in forty years, and now their fifth chart-topping album locally.

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Denis Handlin AM, Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Australasia

ARIA Withdraws Denis Handlin Industry Icon Award

by Paul Cashmere

ARIA has withdrawn the Industry Icon Award given to Sony Chairman Denis Handlin in 2014.

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ARIA Music Teacher of the Year Award nominees 2021

Announcement: ARIA Reveal Music Teacher Of The Year Award Nominees

by Announcement

ARIA is excited to announce the nominees for the 2021 ARIA Music Teacher Award.

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Masters Apprentices Choice Cuts

Master’s Apprentices Have A Top 10 Album

by Paul Cashmere

Masters Apprentices are back in the Top 10. ‘Choice Cuts’ is the number 10 vinyl this week on ARIA’s Vinyl Chart.

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APRA AMCOS

ANNOUNCEMENT: Art Music Awards Finalists Announced

by Announcement

APRA AMCOS and the Australian Music Centre are excited to announce the finalists for the 2021 Art Music Awards, to be held on Tuesday 17 August in Melbourne. Finalists include Holly Harrison, Yitzhak Yedid, Cathy Milliken, Ed Kuepper and many more.

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Olivia Rodrigo Sour Patch

Australian Albums: Olivia Rodrigo ‘Sour’ Returns To No 1

by Gavin Ryan

After one week away from the top spot, Olivia Rodrigo retakes the No.1 ARIA Albums position with her debut album “SOUR”.

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APRA AMCOS

Announcement: Music Industry Welcomes Covid-19 Support Packages

by Announcement

APRA AMCOS, ARIA and PPCA welcome the announcements yesterday from both the Federal and New South Wales Governments providing Covid-19 support packages through both Services Australia and Service NSW.

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