Taylor Swift Dominates Australia’s Charts With ‘Midnights’ – Billboard


Taylor Swift is the queen of Australia’s music charts, as Midnights (through Common) darts to No. 1 with the largest quantity week of any album in 5 years.

Midnights bows atop the most recent ARIA Chart, with extra mixed gross sales than any title since Swift launched Repute, additionally No. 1 again in 2017.


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With Midnights setting the albums chart alight, Swift enjoys a record-setting haul on the nationwide singles survey, capturing 9 of the highest 10 positions, led by “Anti-Hero” at No. 1, with “Lavender Haze” and “Snow On The Seaside” that includes Lana Del Rey respectively finishing the highest 3.

The track that ruins TayTay’s likelihood at a prime 10 sweep is Sam Smith and Kim Petras’ former chief “Unholy” (Capitol/Common), which dips 1-7. Except Smith and Petras’ collaboration, Swift locks down each ARIA Singles chart place from No. 1 via to No. 14. Remarkably, she’s in possession of the one debuts on the most recent singles body — 13 of them.

The U.S. pop star is shortlisted for the fan-voted greatest worldwide artist class on the 2022 ARIA Awards, having gained the pointed trophy in 2019 and 2021.

Parking at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart, printed Oct. 28, is Arctic MonkeysThe Automobile (Domino Recordings/EMI). Although the Sheffield, England different rock band misses out on the crown, Alex Turner and Co. preserve alive a streak that has seen all seven studio albums positioned within the prime 5, with three reaching the zenith.

In the meantime, Australia’s pop royalty Kylie Minogue returns to the chart with Unattainable Princess, which enjoys the reissue therapy for its twenty fifth anniversary via Warner Music. Unattainable Princess drops in at No. 3.

The highest 5 is accomplished by two new classical crossover albums, Andrea, Matteo and Virginia Bocelli’s A Household Christmas (Decca/Common), and Anthony Callea’s Forty Love (BMG), respectively.

Additionally new to the highest 10 this week is Architects‘ tenth album Traditional Signs of a Damaged Spirit (Epitaph Report/RKT), at No. 8. The British metalcore band will help the album in these elements with a nationwide tour in February 2023.

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