• Order restored to ARIA charts – Adele back at top of albums, Bieber still #1 on singles
It’s seven weeks at #1 for Justin Bieber with “Love Yourself” again proving to be unconquerable.
Two movers within the top 10 were Zara Larsson with “Lush Life” up from #8 to #4 in its fifth week on the chart. Meanwhile Elle King‘s “Ex’s & Oh’s” is up from #7 to a new peak of #5 in its seventh week.
The chart’s highest new entry and the only new arrival in the top 10 is Flume with “Never Be Like You” featuring Kai. The track is from Flume’s forthcoming second album “Skin”.
Just missing a top 10 spot is Charlie Puth with “One Call Away” jumping from #23 to #11 in its sixth week. The chart action comes ahead of the release of Puth’s debut album “Nine Track Mind” next week.
“Roses” from US DJ duo The Chainsmokers featuring Rozes jumped into the 50 at #37.
After last week’s David Bowie music festival, Adele has managed to jag “25” back to #1 for its eighth week on top.
Bowie’s “Blackstar” dropped just one place to #2 in its second week of release.
The chart’s highest new entry and only top 10 newcomer was the fifth album from Panic! At The Disco – “Death Of A Bachelor”.
Just missing the top 10 on debut was Brothers3 with “Brothers Never Apart”. The trio from Mudgee finished in the top three in the 2014 series of Seven’s The X Factor.
The death of Glenn Frey saw some movement for The Eagles in the chart. The legendary US band’s “The Complete Greatest Hits” re-entered the chart at #14 which is the highest the album has ever climbed in its total of 62 weeks on the chart. “Selected Works: 1972-1999” also re-entered the chart, landing at #36 after a previous peak of #11. The Eagles’ “The Very Best Of The Eagles” was back too at #43 after 192 weeks charting with a previous high of #2.
New at #26 was UK indie folk outfit Daughter with “Not To Disappear”.