Gotye and Kimbra just keep on selling on top of the ARIA singles chart. This week, they notch up another week at No.1 and hit the three times platinum accreditation mark for sales of more than 210,000 copies. Similarly, Maroon 5 and Christina Aguilera clocks up the triple platinum mark at No.2 with ‘Moves Like Jagger’.
Moving into the top ten for the first time this week is Jessie J’s latest single ‘Domino’ – it’s up seven spots to No.5.
LMFAO’s ‘Party Rock Anthem’ notches up eight times platinum (that’s over 560,000 copies), Adele’s into the top 20 (No.17) with her new single ‘Set Fire To The Rain’ and Gym Class Heroes bullet up the list to No.21.
There’s a big move from Nicki Minaj ftg. Rihanna and Kelly Clarkson’s new single ‘Mr.Know It All’ debuts at No.25.
It’s a ten space jump for British boy band The Wanted, a debut at No.38 for Havana Brown’s new single ‘Get It’ and further top 50 debuts for Coldplay (‘Paradise’ at No.42) and Lil Wayne (‘Mirror’) at No.49.
Outside the 50, Dev moves up to No.51 with ‘In The Dark’, Pete Murray’s ‘Free’ is in at No.55 and Nero’s ‘Promises’ is up from No.81 to No.58.
Example’s ‘Stay Awake’ is in at No.66, there’s a re-emergence of Sean Paul and Alexis Jordan’s track ‘Got 2 Luv U’ at No.76 and further top 100 debuts come courtesy of Ed Sheeran (‘The A Team’) at No.81 and Cold Chisel (‘All For You’) at No.84.
Adele just keeps selling up there in the No.1 position with her all-conquering ’21’. Gotye also keeps selling at No.2 with ‘Making Mirrors’.
David Guetta and Kimbra both move up one place from their positions last week (giving David Guetta a new peak of No.3 and Kimbra a new peak of No.4).
The highest debut of the week comes courtesy of British indie rock outfit The Kooks. Their new album ‘Junk Of The Heart’ is in at No.9 – just one place shy of their last album’s highest placing.
New at No.12 is Laura Marling’s new album ‘A Creature I Don’t Know’, with Example’s album ‘Playing In The Shadows’ in at No.14 and Dream Theater’s ‘A Dramatic Turn Of Events’ in at No.17.
New at No.21 is Grouplove’s ‘Never Trust A Happy Song’, Foster The People’s album surges; so too Jessie J’s ‘Who You Are’.
Ball Park Music is in at No.36 with ‘Happiness And Surrounding Suburbs’ and The Devil Wears Prada makes it into the top half of the hundred with a No.44 debut for ‘Dead Throne’.
Outside the 50, Ry Cooder’s ‘Pull Up Some Dust And Sit Down’ debuts at No.57, Pajama Club’s self-titled set is in at No.61, Mantra’s ‘Speaking Volumes’ gets a No.72 debut and the other new entries are from David Garrett (‘Rock Symphonies’ at No.78), The Horrible Crowes (‘Elsie’ at No.98) and Blake Shelton (‘Red River Blue’ at No.100).
For a full run down of the ARIA top 50s, head over to www.ariacharts.com.au from 6:30pm AEST each and every Sunday.