Taylor Swift keeps her good times on the Australian charts, while Nickelback returns to the National Albums Survey with Get rollin’the Canadian rockers’ first album in five years.
Get rollin’ starts at No. 3, for the Chad Kroeger-led band’s eighth album, and the highest debut on the latest ARIA Chart, released November 25.
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Meanwhile, American heavy metal band Disturbed return to the national charts with Divide, their new album. It’s new at #5.
There’s some good-natured jostling at the top of the album survey, like Swift (Midnights) outperforms the best Ed Sheeran (equals) for the title.
Sheeran, who will return to Australia for a national stadium tour next February and March, has enjoyed a boost since last Friday’s release of Pokémon ‘Scarlet’ and ‘Violet’, which he features on, and his full circle concert documentary, which premiered on Thursday evening (November 24) on free channel 9, just after the 2022 ARIA Awards.
The increase in flows and sales of Sheeran since the full circle The former should be reflected on next week’s chart.
Michael Jackson’s juggernaut in 1982 Thriller returns to the charts, following the release of a 40e Anniversary edition. Thriller reached No. 1 after its original release, and returns to the chart this week at No. 18. The album has sold over 1.1 million copies in Australia and is certified 18 times platinum.
Additionally, Irish singer and songwriter Dermot Kennedy cracks the top 40 with probe, his new album. Sonder, the UK midweek leader, is new at No.37 in Australia.
Swift lands another double as the American pop superstar retains his ARIA Singles Chart crown with “Anti-Hero”, the first track released from Midnights. “Anti-Hero” ends a fifth straight week at No. 1. Indeed, the single has topped the chart every week since its release.
Finally, Meghan Trainor’s return to doo-wop with ‘Made You Look’ continues to gain momentum on the ARIA rankings, lifting 7-4, to a new high, as Sydney singer and songwriter Dean Lewis climbs 22-14 with “How Do I Say Goodbye”, a new peak position.
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