A familiar experience is at the top end of Australia’s album chart as of this week Music from home front (Bloodlines / Universal) returns to No. 1 and Powderfinger’s classic Odyssey number 5 (Universal) relies on No. 2, while Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s “WAP” (Atlantic / Warner) makes it to the National Singles Survey in a full month.
all Star home front The album received two consecutive weeks at No. 1 in June and July, and returned for a third week behind its release on triple vinyl.
Michael Gudinsky’s virtual concert companion album on ANZAC Day on April 25, home front With performances by Jimmy Barnes, Crowded House, Dean Lewis, Tones & Eye and many more, with all profits going to the support act, the charity that provides relief relief services to artists, crew and music professionals.
“It’s hard to believe that after four and a half months Music from home front Opening its moments in history first, the long-awaited release of the triple vinyl album, along with CDs and downloads, returns this stunning album to No. 1 on the ARIA chart, “commented Gudinski, president of the Mushroom Group.” A wonderful testament to all the artists and people involved. ”
Another historical album that is enjoying new chart life is Powderfinger Odyssey number 5, Which vaulted for number 2 behind its 20th anniversary deluxe release. The album spent three non-consecutive weeks at No. 1 upon its release in 2000 and won six ARIA Awards, including Album of the Year.
It is the best-selling vinyl album of Under-Week.
San Cisco Completes All-Australian Top Three Between you and me (Island City Records / MGM), Fremantle indie band’s second top ten effort.
The late country great Slim Dusty returned to the ARIA chart as of this week Slim and eye (EMI), the soundtrack for an upcoming documentary of the same name, opens at number 8.
The recording features music by Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins, Troy Kasar-Daly, and Casey Chambers, and many more, Slim and Performance.
On the ARIA Singles Chart, “WAP” begins the fourth week at No. 1, a female-led hip-hop at No. 1 for the most weeks of Salt-N-Pepa’s 1992 hit “Let’s Talk About Sex.” Is by song. .
“WAP” controls an unchanged top 4 of “Mood” (Columbia / Sony) featuring Ian Dyer by 24kGoldn; “Savage Love (Lacquered – Cyron Beat)” (Columbia / Sony) Josh 685 x by Jason Derulo; And “Head and Heart” (Neon / Universal) by Joel Corey and MNEK respectively; While Topic’s “Breaking Me” (Universal) has A7S Leaps 9-5.
This week’s newest entry is Sowetty, whose “Tap In” (Warner Music) is at number 37 for the US hip-hop artist’s ARIA Singles Chart Top 50 debut.