Taylor Swift completes another chart double in Australia

Taylor Swift remains queen of Australia’s charts, which Midnights (Universal) is crowned for one second week in a row and “Anti-Hero” holds at No. 1 on the national singles chart.

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Swift’s towering 10th studio album has broken records everywhere, including Australia, where the collection was set new brands for streams and vinyl sales in its first week, and nine of its 10 tracks flooded the top 10 of ARIA Single Chart.

Thit’s midnight the dominance continues on the singles, landing no less than seven numbers in the top 10.

In the meantime Rihanna’s comeback to music is rewarded with a top 5 debut on ARIA chart. “Life Me Up” (Universal), which is lifted from the new Marvel movie Black Panther: Wakanda Forever, starts at No. 5 for the highest debut on the latest singles survey, published in Nov. 4.

Also enjoying a top 20 arrival is Meghan Trainor’s “Made You Look” (Epic/Sony), while SZAs first music release in two years, “Shirt” (Epic/Sony), begins its chart journey at No. 20.

With Midnights TayTay maintains the top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart and hits a resurgence The Beatles. The Fab Four re-enter the survey at No. 2 with the classic 1966 album Revolverthanks to a special reissue including five discs of outtakes, rehearsals and more.

The Beatles’ remarkable recording career has yielded 16 No. 1 album in Australia and 27 No. 1 singles, ARIA reports.

There is also a psychedelic look to the list of recent albums King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard score three spots in the top 20, led by the No. 4 debut of Changes (KGLW/UMA), their Australian band’s 23rd LP. The productive action also re-enters at No. 6 with Ice, death, planets, lungs, mushrooms and lava (Universal) and Laminated Demin (VMA/UMA) debuts at No. 11.

In the meantime Foo Fighters‘ hits retrospectively The essentials (Sony), their first major release since the drummer’s death earlier this year Taylor Hawkins, starting at No. 5; British record producer Peace again bag a top 10 debut with Real Life 3 (January 1 – September 9, 2022) (via Atlantic/Warner); and Sly Withers’ bows inside the top 10 with Overgrown (Dew Process/Universal), Perth, Australian rock band’s third studio album. It’s new at No. 10.

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