News 25 November 2022

Taylor's reign continues

Nickelback and Disturbed make debuts

Taylor's reign continues

Nickelback return with their first album in five years, Get Rollin’, to achieve their eighth top five album in Australia, coming in at #3, while Disturbed’s Divisive debuts at #5 and Ed Sheeran pips Taylor Swift for the top spot in this week’s Albums Chart. 

Sheeran is back at #2 with =, following the Australian premiere of Ed Sheeran: Full Circle on Channel 9 after last night’s ARIA Awards as well the release of Pokémon Scarlet and Violet last Friday featuring the singer.  

Taylor Swift still sits at the top of the Albums Chart and the Singles Chart, with Anti-Hero reaching it’s fifth consecutive week at #1. Dean Lewis reached a new peak for How Do I Say Goodbye, coming in at #14, while Meghan Trainor’s comeback rolls on as Made You Look hits #4. 

The 40th anniversary reissue of the late Michael Jackson’s Thriller also sees its way back on the Albums Chart at #16. The album hit #1 here in 1982 and has sold more than 1.1 million copies in Australia. It is the best-selling album of all time, with worldwide sales of more than 70 million units.