Welcome to This Week In Pop.
This week, Cold Chisel are back in the Albums Chart while Harry Styles and Kate Bush continue to dominate the Albums and Singles Charts respectively.
The 40th anniversary edition of Cold Chisel’s fourth studio album, 1982’s 'Circus Animals', has debuted at #2 on the week’s Albums Chart. Cold Chisel also take #1 on the Vinyl Chart and Australian Artist Albums Chart. Just beating the iconic Aussie act is Harry Styles, who spends his fifth total week at the top of the Albums Chart with 'Harry’s House'.
Kate Bush tops the Singles Chart for a third consecutive week and fifth week total with 'Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)'. Continuing the 'Stranger Things' trend, Metallica’s 'Master Of Puppets' climbs five spots to break the top 20 at #19.
The Kid LAROI and Fivio Foreign debut at #26 on the Singles Chart with new track 'Paris To Tokyo', while OneRepublic reach a new chart peak, entering into the Top Ten at #7 with 'I Ain’t Worried'.
Top 10 Albums
1. 'Harry's House' – Harry Styles
2. 'Circus Animals (40th Anniversary Edition)' – Cold Chisel
3. 'SOUR' – Olivia Rodrigo
4. 'The Highlights' – The Weeknd
5. 'Growin' Up' – Luke Combs
6. '=' – Ed Sheeran
7. 'HONESTLY, NEVERMIND' – Drake
8. 'Stranger Things: Soundtrack From The Netflix Series, Season 4' – Soundtrack
9. 'Here Comes Everybody' – Spacey Jane
10. 'Planet Her' – Doja Cat
Top 10 Singles
1. 'Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)' – Kate Bush
2. 'As It Was' – Harry Styles
3. 'Glimpse Of Us' – Joji
4. 'Vegas' – Doja Cat
5. 'About Damn Time' – Lizzo
6. 'Heat Waves' – Glass Animals
7. 'I Ain't Worried' – OneRepublic
8. 'First Class' – Jack Harlow
9. 'Stay' – The Kid Laroi & Justin Bieber
10. 'I Like You (A Happier Song)' – Post Malone featuring Doja Cat