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List of Australian albums: Harry Styles “Harry’s Place” is not 1

“Harry’s House” for Harry Styles returns to the top of the ARIA Albums Chart this week for a fourth overall stint at the top spot.

Harry Styles’ third album ‘Harry’s House’ (949th No. 1 album in Australia, 800th for ARIA) first spent three consecutive weeks at the top here from May 30, while the album also regains the top spot of the vinyl sales ranking. plus the set records a fifth week at No. 1 in New Zealand. The album was already the longest running No. 1 album for 2022, with that lead now increasing to its fourth week, with the last album to record as many weeks at the top in Australia being Adele’s ’30’ for seven. consecutive weeks from November 29. , 2021.

Harry also sits behind Adele on the ‘Weeks Accumulated at No. 1: Albums (2020)’ list as he has now accumulated a total of six weeks at No. 1 this decade, just behind Adele’s seven, while on the overall list (1965 to 2022), he goes from 95th place to 86th place alongside Barbra Streisand (8 weeks cumulative on 3 albums n°1) and just behind Ariana Grande (8 weeks on 4 albums n°1) .

Last week’s top two entries are still side by side this week, albeit the other way around, as Luke Combs’ third album “Growin’ Up” takes its No. 2 entry position for a second. week, while last week’s No. 1 debut for Spacey Jane and “Here Comes Everybody” (No. 2 vinyl) only dropped two spots this week to land at No. 3, while the 59-week debut ( Top 100 and Top 10) are set for Olivia Rodrigo and “SOUR” moves up three spots to No. 4, the same position the album also sits on the vinyl sales chart.

Drake’s “Honestly, Nevermind” dips one spot to No. 5 here, as it holds a second week at No. 1 in his native Canada, followed by three albums that all climb three spots each; The Weeknd “The Highlights” collection, Ed Sheeran with “= (Equals)” and “Planet Her” (#19 vinyl, a week away from a year in the Top 10) by Doja Cat at #6, # 6. 7 and No. 9 respectively, while also returning to the Top 10 and moving up four places to No. 10 is Post Malone’s latest album “Twelve Carat Toothache”.

The television soundtrack “Stranger Things Season 4”, which saw an extended edition released last week, with the album now garnering two Top 30 singles this week, the current No. 1 song for Kate Bush and “Running Up That Hill (A Deal with God),” as well as a new entry this week at No. 24, Metallica’s 1986 single “Master of Puppets,” which was used in the second half of the recently screened season. A third single from the album was just re-chartered in New Zealand this week “Pass the Dutchie” by Musical Youth (No.36) from November 1982. The “Stranger Things” soundtrack peaked at No. 51 on January 1, 2018 after initially entering the chart on November 13, 2017, as it is the first Top 10 TV soundtrack since the album ‘Bluey’ topped the charts of the rankings on February 1, 2021, spending only two weeks in the top ten.

AT THE TOP:
All three Harry Styles albums go up this week, with ‘Fine Line’ (vinyl #16) up three spots at #12 and his self-titled debut set (vinyl #7) up one spot at # 12. 35. Kid Laroi and XXXTentaction both move up two places to No. 14 and No. 15 respectively, while Dua Lipa’s “Future Nostalgia” rebounds three places to No. 16. Eminem’s top entries, Maroon 5 and Elton John also move up, with the E and M5 reaching No. 19 and No. 20 respectively, while Elton moves up six places to No. 28.

With just one album debuting in the Top 50 this week, many older sets are moving up the chart, with Taylor Swift’s FIVE entries flipping and rising; “Red (TsV)” jumps seventeen places to No. 21, “folklore” jumps fifteen places to No. 34 and “Reputation” bounces nine places to No. 41, while climbing one place each with both “1989” (26 to No.25) and “Lover” (37 to No.36).

The Weeknd also sees three more albums on the rise, with “Dawn FM” marking its six months on the charts (26 weeks) climbing two places to No. 37, while it jumps with both “After Hours” (46 at No. 39) and “Starboy” (51 at No. 42). Billie Eilish’s two albums are also bouncing back (perhaps after her Glastonbury appearances last week), with ‘Sleep’ climbing seven spots to No. 22 and after hitting its lowest position last week at No. 41. , his second album “Happier Than Ever” jumped back up eleven places to No. 30.

Justin Bieber also recovers from his lowest ranking with “Justice”, moves up three places to No. 29, while the soundtracks of “Encanto” (54 at No. 40) and “Bohemian Rhapsody” (52 at No. No. 45) both move back into the Top 50, with Lewis Capaldi’s opening set also returning to the top fifty, up eight places to No. 49.

DOWN:
Three albums leave the Top 10 this week, all new entries from last week, with Conan Gray’s album “Superache” (HP-8) dropping nine places to No. 17, “Breezy” (HP-6 ) for Chris Brown drops twelve spots to No. 18 and the SPEED EP “Gang Called Speed” (HP-5), drops out of the Top 50 this week.

The first album to be released next occurs at No. 26 as “Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers” for Kendrick Lamar, dropping six spots to No. 26, while Luke Combs has a second no-move for the week as “What You See Isn’t Always What You Get” stays at No. No. 27, while his first set “This One’s for You” plunges three places to No. 1.

The soundtrack to the new film “ELVIS” drops eleven places this week to No. 33, while the last two albums falling in the Top 50 go to Vance Joy’s “In Our Own Sweet Time” (33 to No. 47) and Jack Harlow with “Come Home the Kids Miss You” (43 to No. 48), with big albums dropping last week’s chart for Porcupine Tree (No. 13), Jimmy Barnes (No. 18), Giveon (#30) and The Wiggles (#31).

NEW ENTRY:
* #13 (LP #6) – Mercury – Act 1 & 2 for Imagine Dragons (Kidinakorner/Interscope) is the sixth studio album by the American band, with Act 1 debuting and peaking at #10 on September 13, 2021 , the ‘Act 2’ was released last week in single and compiled edition (Act 1 & 2), the album ranking the first week in the Top 10 in the Netherlands (n°4), in Germany (n° 6), in Italy and Norway (both no. 7).

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NO NEW CERTIFICATION this week.

HP = highest position
LW = last week
WI10 – Weeks in the Top 10

*ARIA chart information is based on sales for the week of July 1-7, 2022.

Written, compiled and researched by Gavin Ryan.

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Gavin Ryan reports with thanks to Australian-Charts.com