Mister Reece Mastin has lost his No.1 mantle after just one week on top. On the albums side of the charts, Chris Brown battles with Karise Eden for the No.1 spot. Who came out on top? Read on and see in this week’s Chart Watch.
Reece Mastin may have scored himself a No.1 single with ‘Shout It Out’ last week, but this week’s he’s nowhere to be seen in the top ten as P!nk scores her sixth No.1 Australian single with her latest tune ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’.
Rudimental’s track ‘Feel The Love’ edges a little higher to No.3, while Justice Crew ‘Boom Boom’ their way into a top ten placing, settling at No.5 and achieving a new career best position on the singles chart.
Maroon 5’s ‘Payphone’ drops to No.9 but picks up a triple platinum accreditation, Owl City’s Carly Rae Jepsen collaboration ‘Good Time’ edges towards the top ten (No.11) and Reece Mastin’s ‘Shout It Out’ slides to No.12.
Rita Ora’s ‘How We Do (Party)’ goes platinum.
Outasight’s single ‘Tonight Is The Night’ rockets back into the top 50 and into the No.18 position, bettering its previous highest peak of No.20. Maroon 5’s new single ‘One More Night’ isn’t too far behind, improving 38 places to No.21.
B.o.B and Taylor Swift are up to No.26, Missy Higgins’ latest single ‘Everyone’s Waiting’ enters the top 50 for the first time at No.31, Matchbox Twenty’s ‘She’s So Mean’ is up to No.32 and Train’s ’50 Ways To Say Goodbye’ improves 16 places on last week’s No.49.
The week’s second highest new entry comes courtesy of Flo Rida, who makes a ‘Run’ for it at No.44.
Outside the top 50, Cheryl’s ‘Call My Name’ hits a new peak of No.51, Skrillex’ ‘Make It Bun Dem’ re-enters at No.52, Kid Cudi’s ‘Pursuit Of Happiness’ is back in at No.55 and Florence & The Machine’s ‘Spectrum (Say My Name)’ EP (with that awesome Calvin Harris remix) debuts at No.57.
Cher Lloyd’s ‘Want U Back’ edges up to No.61, Lupe Fiasco’s ‘Around My Way (Freedom Ain’t Free)’ re-enters at No.70 and there are debuts at Nos.71, 72 and 74 from Elton John vs Pnau (‘Good Morning To The Night’), Chiddy Bang ftg. Icona Pop (‘Mind Your Manners’) and Flo Rida ftg. Georgi Kay (‘In My Mind Pt.II’).
J-Lo’s ‘Dance Again’ is headed in the other direction, down from No.40 last week to No.77 this week, George Michael’s ‘White Light’ is in at No.88 and Loon Lake’s ‘Cherry Lips’ premieres at No.93.
Kelly Clarkson’s double platinum ‘Stronger (What Doesn’t Kill You)’ is back in at No.94 and Sarah De Bono’s debut single ‘No Shame’ falls from No.50 on debut to out of the top 100.
Chris Brown may have premiered on top of the US albums chart this week, but he’s had a hard time overcoming ‘The Voice’ winner Karise Eden, who hangs on for a third week atop the Australian albums chart with her debut release ‘My Journey’. Chris had to settle for No.2, but it’s his highest charting Australian album yet.
Fun.’s album ‘Some Night’s rushes for the top on the back of its namesake single’s success. It’s up nine places to a new peak of No.11 this week. The Offspring’s ‘Days Go By’ loses ground – down to No.16 – and US urban star Frank Orange sees his debut release ‘Channel Orange’ debut at No.18.
‘The Voice’ compilation ‘The Final 24’ has gone gold, Van She’s ‘Idea Of Happiness’ debuts at No.28 and Newton Faulkner’s album ‘Write It On Your Skin’ isn’t too far behind, coming in at No.32.
Carrie Underwood’s album ‘Blown Away’ slides 21 places to No.39, but albums from Jack White, Nickelback, Paul Simon, Adam Lambert and Cold Chisel all re-enter the top 50.
Outside the top half, it’s Hunting Grounds’ album ‘In Hindsight’ premiering at No.52, Michael Crawford’s ‘The Story Of My Life : Ultimate Collection’ edging from No.99 to No.65 and Serj Tankian’s ‘Harakiri’ debuting at No.86.
Emeli Sande’s ‘Our Version Of Events’ re-enters at No.96 and The Medics’ ‘Foundations’ returns at No.99.
For a full run down of the ARIA top 50s, head over to www.ariacharts.com.au each and every Sunday from 6:30pm AEST.