So P!nk’s single ‘Blow Me (One Last Kiss)’ was released on Tuesday and spent more than 48 hours at No.1 on most of our digital sales charts before the end of the sales week. Reece Mastin’s new single ‘Shout It Out’ spent around 24 hours in the top spot last weekend. With strong video sales, it’s the latter that debuts in the top spot this week, with P!nk’s single nowhere to be seen. Has Sony held off P!nk’s debut to gift Reece the No.1?
However it’s worked out, Reece Mastin has scored himself a second No.1 single with his latest track ‘Shout It Out’. It did enough to hold off a surging Fun. and their latest single ‘Some Nights’, which has improved 11 spots and now sits at No.2, classified gold after just three weeks in the charts. Flo’s ‘Whistle’ drops to No.3, while Katy Perry’s ‘Wide Awake’ get the pointy platinum certification.
Rudimental’s single ‘Feel The Love’ rushes up a further six places to No.6, Will.I.Am’s ‘This Is Love’ goes gold (so too Nicki Minaj’s ‘Pound The Alarm’) and Karmin’s ‘Brokenhearted’ improves another seven places to No.13.
Up this week on the back of his instore appearances is Johnny Ruffo and his track ‘On Top’, which is up 12 places to No.14. Owl City & Carly Rae Jepsen premiere at No.15 with ‘Good Time’.
There’s a double debut in the mid 20s, with both Justice Crew and Timomatic’s new singles getting a top 30 look-in. Justice Crew’s ‘Boom Boom’ premieres at No.24, with Timo’s ‘Can You Feel It’ right behind them at No.25.
Karise Eden’s ‘You Won’t Let Me’, however, slumps from No.5 to No.27, but now has a gold sales certification against it. Though also down, Jason Derulo’s ‘Undefeated’ also goes gold.
B.o.B and Taylor Swift hit a new peak of No.36 with their single ‘Both Of Us’, Katy Perry’s back in the top 50 with ‘Part Of Me’ and there are new entries into the top 50 from The Temper Trap (‘Trembling Hands’ up from No.81), Marina & The Diamonds (‘Primadonna’ up from No.55) and Sarah De Bono (‘No Shame’ debuting at No.50).
Outside the top 50, it’s another re-entry for Katy Perry (‘Firework’ back in at No.54), Maroon 5’s new single ‘One More Night’ edges 30 places higher to No.59, The Wanted’s ‘Chasing The Sun’ is higher to a new peak of No.68 and the new Muse single ‘Survival’ debuts at No.72.
Sarah De Bono’s ‘Beautiful’ is now gold, but drops from No.37 to No.75, Florence & The Machine’s ‘Breath Of Life’ stumbles from No.57 to No.79 and Emeli Sande’s ‘My Kind Of Love’ is down from No.60 to No.82.
Karise Eden’s ‘Hallelujah’ was No.38 last week. It’s gone from the top 100 this week but is now platinum.
Her single ‘Stay With Me Baby’ (gold sales) drops from No.54 and out of the top 100.
‘The Voice’ winner Karise Eden has held off a holy challenge from the peeps at Hillsong to maintain her No.1 heading on the ARIA albums chart this week. Her album ‘My Journey’ retains its No.1 position and also holds its platinum accreditation.
Hillsong’s ‘Cornerstone’ premieres at No.2, Flo Rida’s ‘Wild Ones’ comes in at No.5 and The Offspring’s new album ‘Days Go By’ debuts at No.7.
With her movie doing the business in cinemas, there’s renewed interest in Katy Perry’s album ‘Teenage Dream : The Complete Confection’, which edges even higher this week; back into the top ten at No.8.
Justin Bieber’s ‘Believe’ has gone gold (35,000 copies) and James Morrison’s ‘The Awakening’ hits a new high of No.15.
Improving this week are Carrie Underwood’s ‘Blown Away’ (No.30 to No.18) and Fun.’s ‘Some Nights’ (No.44 to No.20), The Temper Trap’s album is now certified gold and The Smashing Pumpkins’ ‘Oceania’ slides from a No.8 debut to No.26.
Periphery’s album ‘Periphery II’ is new at No.46 and Fiona Apple’s ‘The Idler Wheel…’ drops from No.23 to No.49.
Outside the top 50, Owen Campbell’s independent LP ‘Sunshine Road’ re-emerges at No.52, Kenny Chesney’s ‘Welcome To The Fishbowl’ is down from No.34 to No.61, Katy Perry’s debut album ‘One Of The Boys’ is back into the mix at No.65 and further down Carrie Underwood’s ‘Play On’ is back too – at No.77.
Further re-entries come from Mumford & Sons (‘Sigh No More’ at No.88), Kimbra (‘Vows’ at No.91), The Wiggles (‘Hot Potatoes : The Best Of’ at No.95), Adam Lambert (‘Trespassing’ at No.98) and Michael Crawford (‘The Story Of My Life : Ultimate Collection’ at No.99).
Paloma Faith’s ‘Fall To Grace’ has fallen out of the top 100 after just one week at No.49.
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.