Taylor Swift completes another chart double in Australia

Taylor Swift keeps his good times rolling on Australia’s charts, while Nickelback returns to national album survey with get startedthe Canadian rockers’ first album in five years.


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get started starts at No. 3, for the Chad Kroeger-led band’s eighth top-five album and highest debut in recent memory ARIA Chart, published Nov. 25.

Meanwhile US heavy metal band Disturbed returns to the national map with Divisive, their new album. It’s new on No. 5.

There’s something good-naturedly creepy at the top of the album survey, as Swift (Midnights) plays the best friend Ed Sheeran (equals) for the title.

Sheeran, who will return to Australia for a national stadium tour next February and Marchenjoyed a boost from last Friday’s release of Pok√©mon “Scarlet” and “Violet,” which he stars in, and his Full circle concert documentary, which premiered on Thursday night (November 24) on free-to-air Channel 9, just after 9 p.m. ARIA Awards 2022.

The increase in Sheeran’s streams and sales from Full circle premiere should be reflected on next week’s chart.

Michael Jackson’s 1982 juggernaut Thriller returns to the chart after the release of a 40Th anniversary edition. Thriller hit no. 1 upon its original release and returns to the chart this week at No. 18. The album has sold more than 1.1 million copies in Australia and is certified 18 times platinum.

Also Irish singer and songwriter Dermot Kennedy cracks the top 40 with Probes, his new album. Sonder, the leader of midweek UK chartis new at No. 37 in Australia.

Swift grabs another chart double as the US pop superstar keeps her ARIA Singles Chart crown with “Anti-Hero”, the first track lifted from Midnights. “Anti-Hero” ends a fifth consecutive week at No. 1. In fact, the single has led the chart every week since its release.

Finally, Meghan Trainor’s return to doo-wop with “Made You Look” continues to gather steam on the ARIA Chart, lifting 7-4, for a new peak as Sydney singer-songwriter Dean Lewis climbs 22-14 with “How Do I Say Goodbye,” a new top position.

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