Debuts for Chris Brown, The Black Keys and more!
Releasing the career retrospective Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection, ARIA Hall Of Fame member Kylie Minogue takes out her sixth #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart and becomes the fifth Australian act to top the chart in 2019 (more below).
With his album No.6 Collaborations Project
out next week, Ed Sheeran Moves up four to #9 with ÷
and up nine to #33 with X
P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma
jumps back into the chart at #10. It’s the former #1 album’s 25th week in the Top Ten.
Following a week which included an appearance on The Voice
and a release of a video for new single ‘Young Again’, Newcastle singer-songwriter Morgan Evans jumps back into the chart at #13 with his second album, Things That We Drink To
. The album previously peaked at #5.
Himesh Patel’s soundtrack to Yesterday
moves up 27 places to #14. The band that inspired the film, The Beatles, re-enter the chart at #36 with the compilation 1
Lewis Capaldi’s Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent
is up nine this week to #19 as the single ‘Someone You Loved’ remains in the Top Ten at #6.
#1: Kylie Minogue ‘Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection’
– ARIA Hall Of Fame member Kylie Minogue snares her sixth #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection
. The career-spanning set features all ten of her Australian #1 singles, as well as duets with Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Jason Donovan and Robbie Williams, and new track ‘New York City’. Kylie Minogue has previously hit #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with Light Years
(#1 Oct. ’00), Fever
(#1 Oct. ’01), X
(#1 Dec. ’07), Kiss Me Once
(#1 Mar. ’14) and Golden
(#1 Apr. ’18). She entered the Hall Of Fame in 2011.
#3: Chris Brown ‘Indigo’
– Chris Brown takes out a sixth Top Ten album on the ARIA Charts with Indigo
. It’s the American performer’s ninth album and first since Heartbreak On A Full Moon
(#5 Nov. ’17). Two tracks from the album have entered the Singles Chart Top 50: ‘No Guidance’ (#7 Jun. ’19) and ‘Don’t Check On Me’ (#20 Jul. ’19).
#4: The Black Keys ‘Let’s Rock’
– American rock band The Black Keys return with their first album in five years, Let's Rock. The follow-up to the duo’s first #1 album Turn Blue
(May ’14) is their fourth Top Ten in Australia, having also charted with Brothers
(#8 May ’10) and El Camino
(#3 Feb. ’12).
#26: Daniel Caesar ‘Case Study 01’
– Daniel Caesar makes his ARIA Albums Chart debut with Case Study 01. It’s the Canadian neo soul singer-songwriter second album, having released his debut Freudian
in 2017. The new LP includes collaborations with Brandy, Pharrell Williams and John Mayer.
#49: Lang Lang ‘Piano Book’
– Chinese pianist makes his ARIA Albums Chart debut with Piano Book
. Featuring music by Bach, Beethoven, Mozart, Schubert and more, the album’s chart entry comes during Lang Lang’s Australian tour.