ARIA Chart Report: Delta Goodrem back among the top 10 singles

ARIA Charts: Delta Goodrem back with top 10 single, Metal bands take over album chart

Singles: Delta Goodrem revisits the top 10 with new single “Wings”
Albums: Three new entries in top 4: Northlane, Lamb of God, Alan Jackson

Singles

delta-goodrem-wings-coverDelta Goodrem is the big news on the ARIA singles chart as the former chart queen crashes back into the top 10 with “Wings” at #8. The tune is Delta’s 15th top 10 single since “Born To Try” in December 2002. It is her first time back in the top 10 since June 2013.

Not much change at the top of the chart this week though with Lost Frequencies (“Are You With Me”) and The Weeknd (“Can’t Feel My Face”) holding at #1 and #2.
Pia Mia‘s “Do It Again” has climbed from #10 to #5 this week.

Just missing a top 10 spot was Selena Gomez as “Good For You” climbed from #17 to a new high at #12 in its sixth week.

Visitor Adam Lambert sees “Ghost Town” reach a new peak of #16 after a long 12-week climb up the chart.

Second-highest new entry this week is another Aussie – Vance Joy with “Fire And The Flood” at #21. It is his second singles chart appearance this year and the track is set to feature on a re-issue of his “Dream Your Life Away” album. (The album sits as #40 this week after 47 weeks on the chart.)

The only other new top 50 entry this week is Swedish producer Sam Feldt at #43 with “Show Me Love”.

 

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Albums

It is rowdy at the top this week as metal bands Northlane (from Sydney) with “Node” and Lamb Of God (from the US) with “VII – Sturm Und Drang” take the top two spots on debut. Both bands have tasted top 10 success with their previous releases both peaking at #3.

Tame Impala slipped from top spot to #3 with “Currents”.

Prolific country singer Alan Jackson debuted at #4 with his 20th album “Angels And Alcohol”. He last entered the top 10 with albums in 2011 and 2012.

Aussie duo Holy Holy just missed the top 10 with their debut album “When The Storms Would Come”.

Six other albums made the top 50 on debut:
#13 “Southpaw” Various artists playing music inspired by the movie
#15 “Pound Syndrome” from Hopsin
#23 “Shockwave Supernova” from Joe Satriani
#26 “Home” from Suze DeMarchi
#29 “We Came As Romans” from We Came As Romans
#33 “Transmutant” from Katie Noonan’s Vanguard

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