News 17 October 2020

Linkin Park land ARIA Albums Chart #1 with Hybrid Theory reissue

Plus, ARIAs nominations bumps for The Kid Laroi and Lime Cordiale.

Linkin Park land ARIA Albums Chart #1 with Hybrid Theory reissue

Reissued to celebrate two decades since its release, Linkin Park’s debut album Hybrid Theory hits #1 on this week’s ARIA Albums Chart. Making its Top 50 debut at #42 in January 2001, the album got as high as #8 (Jan. ’01) during its first year on the chart. A year later, it reached #2 in January 2002, later returning to that peak in July 2017 following the death of lead singer Chester Bennington. Hybrid Theory produced the Top Ten singles ‘One Step Closer’ (#4 Mar. ‘01) and ‘In The End’ (#4 Feb. ’02). Linkin Park have also topped the ARIA Albums Chart with Minutes To Midnight (#1 May ’07) and A Thousand Suns (#1 Sept. ’10).

At #3, Chillinit scores his second career Top Ten on the ARIA Albums Chart with Full Circle. The Sydney rapper’s third album comes less than a year on from his previous release, The Octagon (#2 Feb. ’20). It includes a collaboration with Queensland rapper Lisi on the track ‘Stand For’.

As ‘Dreams’ hits #4 on the Singles Chart, Fleetwood Mac’s Rumours jumps six spots to #11.

Nominated for Best International Artist at this year’s ARIA Awards, Lewis Capaldi climbs 19 spots to #20 with his debut album Divinely Uninspired To A Hellish Extent.

On the back of the success of the single ‘Ain’t It Different’ (#16 Oct. '20), British rapper Headie One hits the chart at #22 with his debut album, Edna. As well as Stormzy and AJ Tracey, who feature on the single, the album includes collaborations with Drake, Skepta and Aitch.

Nominated for three ARIAs in 2020, The Kid Laroi’s debut mixtape F*ck Love jumps back up eight places to #26 in its twelfth week in the Top 50. The album scored the 17-year-old Sydney rapper nominations for Best Male Artist, Breakthrough Artist and Best Hip Hop Release.

On the back of their eight ARIA Award nominations announced this week, Sydney’s Lime Cordiale jump back up 15 spots to #32 with their former #1 album, 14 Steps To A Better You. Among the group’s nominations, they received nods for Album Of The Year, Song Of The Year, Breakthrough Artist and Best Independent Release.