Debuts for The Rolling Stones, Beyoncé and more!
Following a week at #2, American singer-songwriter Billie Eilish returns to the top of the ARIA Albums Chart with her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?
Previously hitting #1 on the Albums Chart in May 2016, Beyoncé’s sixth studio album Lemonade returns to the Top 50 this week at #17 following its release onto streaming services Spotify and Apple Music for the first time.
Oz rock icons Cold Chisel and INXS have both moved back up the chart with compilations: with the former’s The Best Of Cold Chisel: All For You up eight to #24 and the latter’s The Very Best moving nine spots to #25.
With new album Hurts 2B Human set to debut on next week’s chart, P!nk has jumped up eight spots to #29 with Greatest Hits…So Far!!!
British singer-songwriter Tom Walker returns to the Top 50 at #34 with his debut album, What A Time To Be Alive.
#15: The Rolling Stones ‘Honk’ – The legendary Rolling Stones return to the Albums Chart with Honk. The new compilation features material spanning from 1971’s Sticky Fingers through to Blue & Lonesome (#1 Dec. ’16). A deluxe edition includes live tracks from recent tours, with guest appearances from Dave Grohl, Florence Welch and more. They last charted with a compilation with the set Grrr! (#7 Dec. ’12).
#18: Beyoncé ‘Homecoming: The Live Album’ – Beyoncé returns to the Albums Chart for the first time in three years with Homecoming: The Live Album. The soundtrack to the American star’s Netflix special of the same name is her first live album to chart locally and features the entirety of her headlining set from Coachella 2018, including a mini set by Destiny’s Child. Beyoncé last charted under her own name with Lemonade (#1 May ’16). More recently she teamed up with husband Jay-Z as The Carters for Everything Is Love (#6 Jun. ’18).
#27: The Ten Tenors ‘Love Is In The Air’ – Australian vocal group The Ten Tenors take out an eighth Top 50 entry with Love Is In Air. The album includes the ensemble’s take on tracks by Ed Sheeran, The Beach Boys, John Legend, Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper and more. The Ten Tenors’ highest chart peak was achieved with Tenology – The Best So Far (#8 Sept. ’05) and Here’s To The Heroes (#8 Sept. ’06).
#38: Lizzo ‘Cuz I Love You’ – Singer-songwriter/rapper/flautist Lizzo makes her ARIA Albums Chart debut with Cuz I Love You. It’s the American artist’s third studio album, having released Lizzobangers in 2013 and Big Grrl Small World in 2015. Cuz I Love You comes just over two years on from Lizzo’s breakthrough EP, Coconut Oil.
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