Taylor Swift maintains the #1 spot on the ARIA Albums Chart for a second straight week with folklore. Of the American’s six #1 albums, 1989 has spent the most time in the top spot with nine weeks.
Following the release of the album on vinyl, The Weeknd’s After Hours (#1 Mar. ’20) jumps up eleven spots to #13. It also claims #4 on the Vinyl Albums Chart this week.
The fifth studio album from ARIA Hall Of Fame members Split Enz re-enters the Top 50 at #19 on the back of a reissue to mark 40 years since its release. The new edition of True Colours features a new mix by band member Eddie Rayner. Like with the original release, the album cover comes in a number of different colour combinations; there are also four different colours of vinyl available (it’s #2 on the Vinyl Albums Chart). True Colours hit #1 on the Albums Chart in Australia in 1980, the first of three Enz albums to do so.
Brain CandyHockey Dad
Please Leave Your Light OnPaul Kelly & Paul Grabowsky
Wreck MeTravis Collins
Such Pretty Forks In The RoadAlanis Morissette
I'm Doing ItE^ST
A Hero's DeathFontaines D.C.
What Could Possibly Go WrongDominic Fike
Nothing In Common But UsTuka
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