On last week’s ARIA Charts, the Australian all-star live album Music From The Home Front returned to #1 on the Albums Chart for a third week. Over on the Singles Chart, it was the fourth straight week for Cardi B’s ‘WAP’.
Which acts would we see at the top of the ARIA Charts this week?
Here are some of the possible debutants and movers.
After scoring their first ever #1 album in June with Akilotoa: Anthology (1994-2006), Vika & Linda could score their second chart-topper in three months with sixth studio album Sunday (The Gospel According To Iso).
Shock rocker Marilyn Manson could take out his seventh Top Ten as he releases eleventh album, We Are Chaos.
The reunited British indie rock trio Doves return with The Universal Want, their first album in over a decade.
After the postponement of his Australian tour, Harry Styles could move up the chart with both Fine Line and his self-titled debut.
Machine Gun Kelly could score his first Top 50 entry in two years as he teams up with blackbear for ‘My Ex's Best Friend’.
Watch out for moves up the Singles Chart this week by Jason Derulo’s ‘Take You Dancing’, Internet Money’s ‘Lemonade’ and Ava Max’s ‘Kings & Queens’.
Find out where your favourite artists placed when this week’s ARIA Charts are revealed at 5pm on Saturday.