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Weekly Music Charts for 2017
UK albums chart for week ending 26th May:

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Ed Sheeran has done it again - his record-breaking album ÷ has returned to Number 1 on this week’s Official Albums Chart.Ed’s third studio album logs a tenth non-consecutive week at the summit, toppling last week’s chart-topper Harry Styles, who slips to 2 with his self-titled debut. ÷ has not dropped out of the Top 2 since its release three months ago.
Meanwhile Rag’n’Bone Man’s Human maintains its grip on the Number 3 slot. The fastest-selling male debut album of the decade has not left the Top 5 since its release 14 weeks ago.

Two new entries round off this week’s Top 5: Linkin Park score their eighth UK Top 10 album with One More Light at Number 4, while Engelbert Humperdinck’s marks his golden anniversary in music with a Top 5 record, 50. 50 is Engelbert’s highest charting album since 2004’s Number 4-peaking His Greatest Love Songs.

New entries and high climbers:
Synth-pop legends Erasure enter at Number 6 with their new album World Be Gone, the ninth Top 10 LP of their career, while Blink-182’s new deluxe version of their Number 1 album California reaches Number 15.

The Kooks impact the Top 20 at 18 with The Best Of So Far, as do Papa Roach with Crooked Teeth (20 - their fourth Top 20 collection. Fellow rockers Rammstein land at Number 27 with their live album Paris, one placing ahead of Jethro Tull’s reissued Songs From The Wood (28).
Finally, Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman rises 32 positions to Number 30 in the wake of the Manchester attack that occurred following her show on Monday evening (May 22). Click here for more on Ariana's chart uplift this week.
[h=4]Check out this week's Top 100 Official Albums Chart in full[/h]
Australian singles chart for week ending 27th May:

For the second straight week, Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s Justin Bieber-featured track ‘Despacito’ tops the ARIA Singles Chart. The track currently sits atop both the US and UK singles charts.
Moving up seven spots to #10, Niall Horan’s second single ‘Slow Hands’ becomes the former One Direction member’s second top ten on the ARIA Charts, following on from ‘This Town’ (#5 Oct. ’16).
Further down the chart, there are new peaks for Charlie Puth’s ‘Attention’ (up 11 to #19), Cheat Codes’ ‘No Promises’ (up seven to #27) and Jonas Blue’s ‘Mama’ (up ten to #29).
Following Chris Cornell’s passing last week, Soundgarden’s ‘Black Hole Sun’ (#6 Aug. ’94) has returned the top 50 at #49.
#11: Liam Payne Feat. Quavo ‘Strip That Down’ – Liam Payne becomes the final One Direction member to release a solo single, making his debut with ‘Strip That Down’. The track was co-written by Ed Sheeran, among others, and features Migos member Quavo.
#13: Selena Gomez ‘Bad Liar’ – American pop artist Selena Gomez picks up a second Singles Chart entry for 2017 with ‘Bad Liar’. The follow-up to the Kygos collaboration ‘It Ain’t Me’ (#4 Mar. ’17) samples the bassline to Talking Heads’ 1977 single ‘Psycho Killer’.
#37: Katy Perry Feat Nicki Minaj ‘Swish Swish’ – Ahead of the release of Katy Perry’s Witness on 9 June, ‘Swish Swish’ becomes the third track from the album to chart. Featuring Nicki Minaj, it follows on from ‘Bon Appétit’ (#35 May ’17) and ‘Chained To The Rhythm’ (#4 Feb. ’17).
#38: Imagine Dragons ‘Thunder’ – ‘Thunder’ is the second single to be released from Imagine Dragons’ forthcoming third album, Evolve. It hits the chart three months after the album’s first single, ‘Believer’ (#33 Feb. ’17).
#43: Logic Feat. Feat. Alessia Cara & Khalid ‘1-800-273-8255’ – Two weeks on from debuting at #25 on the Albums Chart with Everybody, American rapper Logic scores his first appearance on the Singles Chart as a lead artist with ‘1-800-273-8255’. Logic previously appeared on the chart with Ty Dolla Sign, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa, Imagine Dragons and X Ambassadors on the track ‘Sucker For Pain’ (#7 Sept. ’16).
#45: Camila Cabello ‘Crying In The Club’ – The first solo release from former Fifth Harmony member Camila Cabello. It’s the first track to come from Cabello’s forthcoming solo album The Hurting. The Healing. The Loving.. Cabello previously collaborated with Machine Gun Kelly on the track ‘Bad Things’ (#22 Feb. ’17).


albums chart:

After a week at #2, Ed Sheeran’s ÷ returns to #1, giving it a tenth week in the top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart.
Following the passing of Soundgarden and Audioslave’s Chris Cornell last week, seven albums featuring the acclaimed songwriter and vocalist have hit the ARIA top 50: Soundgarden’s Superunknown (#7), Badmotorfinger (#27 – a top 50 debut), King Animal (#33) and A-Sides (#47), Audioslave’s Audioslave (#8) and the Cornell solo albums Songbook (#21 – a top 50 debut) and Higher Truth (#46).
At #10, Blink-182’s 2016 release California returns to the top ten for a fifth week following a new deluxe reissue of the album. California hit #2 on debut last July.
Lower down the chart, there have been moves up made by Drake’s More Life (up eight to #20), Kaleo’s A/B (up 13 to a new peak at #29) and the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack (re-entry at #41).
#3: Linkin Park ‘One More Light’ – American rock band Linkin Park score their eighth top ten on the ARIA Albums Chart with One More Light. The group’s seventh studio album comes three years on from The Hunting Party (#3 Jun. ’16) and includes guest appearances by rappers Pusha T and Stormzy, as well as electropop artist Kiiara.
#9: Pierce Brothers ‘The Records Were Ours’ – Melbourne folk duo the Pierce Brothers take out a new peak on the ARIA Albums Chart with EP The Record Was Ours. The follow-up to Into The Dirt (#10 Oct. ’15) is their third top 50 entry and is the first in a trilogy of EPs the band plan on releasing in coming months.
#18: Papa Roach ‘Crooked Teeth’ – With their ninth studio album, American nu-metal band Papa Roach pick up a new peak on the ARIA Albums Chart. Crooked Teeth is the band’s fourth album to chart in the top 50 and is the follow-up to F.E.A.R. (#29 Feb. ’15). Their previous peak was with Lovehatetragedy (#19 Jun. ’02).
#21: Chris Cornell ‘Songbook’ – This live album by Chris Cornell was originally released in 2011 and was recorded during March–May of that year during Cornell’s solo Songbook Tour of the US. It features material from his solo career, tracks recorded by Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple Of The Dog, as well as covers of John Lennon and Led Zeppelin. The album previously peaked at #76.
#24: Rascal Flatts ‘Back To Us’ – Country trio Rascall Flatts claim their second top 50 entry with Back To Us. It’s the American group’s tenth studio album and the follow-up to 2016’s The Greatest Gift Of All. Their previous chart appearance was with Rewind (#17 May ’14).
#27: Soundgarden ‘Badmotorfinger’ – Released in September 1991, Badmotorfinger was Soundgarden’s third studio album. It originally peaked on the ARIA Albums Chart at #78 in February 1994 and includes the Soundgarden classics ‘Jesus Christ Pose’, ‘Outshined’ (#76 Jun. ’92) and ‘Rusty Cage’ (#80 Oct. ’92).
#35: DragonForce ‘Reaching Into Infinity’ – British power metal band DragonForce score their third ARIA top 50 entry. Reaching Into Infinity is the group’s seventh album and the follow-up to Maximum Overload (#48 Sept. ’14). Their peak on the chart remains Ultra Beatdown (#19 Sept. ’08).
Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

42. Liam Payne ft. Quavo - Strip That Down
43. Lauren Duski - Deja Vu
46. Katy Perry ft. Nick Minaj - Swish Swish
47. Camila Cabello - Crying In The Club
66. Chris Blue - Money On You
76. Rascal Flatts - Yours If You Want It
77. Hailee Steinfeld - Most Girls
92. Lauren Duski - The Dance
94. Lee Brice - Boy

Billboard positions for new releases and re-entries on the Top 200 Albums chart for this week


1. Linkin Park - One More Light
11. Rascal Flatts - Back To Us
20. Papa Roach - Crooked Teeth
26. Lauren Duski - The Voice: The Complete Season 12 Collection
42. Soundtrack - Everything, Everything
50. Chris Blue - The Voice: The Complete Season 12 Collection
54. Snoop Dogg - Neva Left
60. Mandisa - Out Of The Dark
65. Faith Evans And The Notorious B.I.G. - The King & I
76. David Banner - #TheGodBox
87. Original Broadway Cast - Natash, Pierre & The Great Comet Of 1812
89. Mountain Goats - Goths
124. MisterWives - Connect The Dots
137. Erasure - World Be Gone
143. A R I Z O N A - Gallery
163. Jesse Larson - The Voice: The Complete Season 12 Collection


17. Blink-182 - California
33. Soundtrack - Singles
77. Michael Jackson - Essential
116. Barry Manilow - This Is My Town: Songs Of New York
155. Chris Cornell - Higher Truth
158. Soundgarden - Down On The Upside
173. Notorious B.I.G. - Life After Death
181. Linkin Park - Meteora
182. Selena Gomez - Revival
187. Rascal Flatts - Greatest Hits Volume 1
196. Elton John - Rocket Man: Number Ones
198. Prince - Very Best Of
200. Nicki Minaj - The Pinkprint

UK "singles" chart for week ending 2nd June:

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Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee make Official Chart history today as Despacito becomes the longest reigning foreign language Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.The track, which features Justin Bieber on the remix for its UK release, logs a fourth week in pole position with 129,000 combined sales – it’s highest one-week tally to date – made up of 59,000 downloads and 10.6 million streams.
The record for most weeks at Number 1 for a foreign language single was previously held by vocal jazz group Manhattan Transfer – their 1977 hit Chanson D’Amour logged three weeks at the top.
Only nine other foreign language singles have reached Number 1 in the Official Singles Chart’s 65-year history. See the full list here – notable entries include Psy's Gangnam Style and Las Ketchup’s The Ketchup Song.

Meawhile, the rest of the Top 3 remains unchanged: DJ Khaled’s I’m The One ft. Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper and Lil Wayne is at 2, and Liam Payne’s Strip That Down holds at 3.
New entries and high climbers
Captain Ska's protest song against Prime Minister Theresa May debuts inside the Top 5 - more on that here.
British producer Jonas Blue claims his third Top 10 single this week with Mama ft. William Singe, up four places from last week to Number 8. Close behind is Rita Ora – her first headline single in two years Your Song debuts at 13.

Further down, Little Mix’s Power ft. Stormzy makes its debut at Number 27. The track is the fourth single from their chart-topping Glory Days album and earns the group at 17[SUP]th[/SUP] Top 40 hit.
[h=4]Check out this week's Top 100 Official Singles Chart in full[/h]
UK "albums" charts for week ending 2nd June:

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50 years after its topped the Official Albums Chart, The Beatles' classic album Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is back at Number 1.A 50th anniversary special of the LP was released last Friday, with multiple editions on CD and vinyl containing remastered and remixed material in addition to unreleased session tapes. A combined sales total of 37,000 was amassed across the week to take it back to the top.
Sgt Pepper’s has now spent 28 weeks at Number 1 on the Official Chart. The record is also the best-selling studio album ever in the UK, and the third biggest selling of all-time, behind Queen's Greatest Hits and ABBA Gold, having sold a huge 5.2 million UK copies in its lifetime.
Paul McCartney said: "Wow! Who would have thought that good old Sgt.Pepper would be back at number one 50 years on? It's great news and all of us are well chuffed. Pepper rules!"
MORE: The Beatles' Sgt Pepper at 50: 12 awesome facts about the iconic record

By returning to Number 1 some 50 years after it first topped the Official Albums Chart, Sgt Pepper claims the record for the longest span between an album first reaching Number 1 in June 1967 and returning to the summit in June 2017.
Sgt Pepper Lonely Hearts Club Band is also Number 1 on this week's Official Vinyl Albums Chart, and shifted more copies on vinyl than on digital download, with 5,300 units sold. View the Official Vinyl Albums Chart Top 100 here. The album was also the best-selling release in indie record shops this week.
MORE: Check out this week's Official Albums Chart Top 100
[h=4]New entries and high climbers[/h]Elsewhere in the Top 5, The Charlatans score their tenth Top 10 album with Different Days, new at Number 4. In turn, it becomes the band's highest charting release since 2001's Wonderland, which peaked at Number 2.
Reading rock group The Amazons have made an impressive start to their careers as their debut, self-titled collection enters at Number 8, while American R&B star Bryson Tiller secures his first UK Top 40 entry with True To Self at Number 11. Another new entry, Elkie Brooks' Pearls: The Very Best Of impacts at Number 14.
Two Oasis albums scale this week's Official Albums Chart Top 40 in the aftermath of the Manchester attack and the debut of frontman Liam Gallagher's first solo single. Time Flies: 1994-2009 vaults 20 positions to Number 19, and (What's The The Story) Morning Glory? leaps 25 places to Number 37.

Also in this week's Top 40, Kraftwerk's live album 3-D The Catalogue lands at Number 24, David Bowie's Hunky Dory returns at Number 25 following a gold coloured vinyl release, and Ariana Grande's My Everything makes its first appearance since 2014 in preparation for this Sunday's One Love Manchester concert (35).
Finally, Kings of Leon's Walls flies from Number 71 to this week's Number 39 following their headline slot at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend.

Check out this week's Top 100 Official Albums Chart in full
Australian singles chart or week ending 3rd June:

It’s week three at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart for Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s Justin Bieber-featured track ‘Despacito’. Likewise, the track is spending its third week at #1 in the UK and US.
A jump of four spots to #4 for ‘There's Nothing Holdin' Me Back’ puts the track equal with ‘Stitches’ (#4 Dec. ’15) and ‘Treat You Better’ (#4 Jul.’16) as Shawn Mendes’ highest chart peak.
In its second week on the chart, Liam Payne’s ‘Strip That Down’ enters the top ten for the first time at #9. Payne becomes the fourth former One Direction member to have a top ten hit on the ARIA Singles Chart.
After previously peaking at #19, Future’s has jumped up eight spots in its tenth week in the top 50 to claim a new peak at #13.
This week’s chart also includes new peaks for Niall Horan’s ‘Slow Hands’ (up two to #8), Charlie Puth’s ‘Attention’ (up three to #16), Cheat Codes’ ‘No Promises’ (up one to #19), Jonas Blue’s ‘Mama’ (up nine to #20) and Imagine Dragons’ ‘Thunder’ (up nine to #29).
#25: Martin Garrix & Troye Sivan ‘There For You’ – Dutch DJ/producer Martin Garrix teams up with Australian singer-songwriter Troye Sivan for new track ‘There For You’. It’s Garrix’s first appearance on the chart since the Dua Lipa collaboration ‘Scared To Be Lonely’ (#14 Feb. ’17) and Sivan’s first since ‘Youth’ (#17 Jan. ’16).
#31: Rita Ora ‘Your Song’ – Rita Ora returns to the chart for the first time in two years with ‘Your Song’. The British artist’s first top 50 appearance since ‘Poison’ (#30 Jul. ’15) was co-written by Ed Sheeran and is expected to be the first single to come from Ora’s second album.
#40: Lil Uzi Vert ‘XO Tour Llif3’ – The first appearance as lead artist in the ARIA top 50 for American rapper Lil Uzi Vert. ‘XO Tour Llif3’ comes from the EP Luv Is Rage 1.5. The Philadelphia-born rapper previously appeared on the chart as a featured artist on the Migos track ‘Bad and Boujee’ (#34 Feb. ’17).
#42: Maggie Lindemann ‘Pretty Girl’ – Texas-born artist Maggie Lindemann makes her ARIA Singles Chart debut with ‘Pretty Girl’. The track was released in late-2016 and has already been a top 20 hit in the UK, Ireland and Sweden, among others.
#43: Hailee Steinfeld ‘Most Girls’ – Hailee Steinfeld scores her first chart appearance in 2017 with ‘Most Girls’. It’s the singer/actress’ third top 50 and the follow-up to ‘Starving’ (#5 Sept. ’16).


Australian albums chart for week ending 3rd June:

Following its return to the top spot last week, Ed Sheeran’s ÷ remains at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week. It’s ÷’s eleventh week at #1.
The week’s highest re-entry comes from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band. The Fab Four’s 1967 psychedelic masterpiece receives the deluxe reissue treatment to mark the 50th anniversary of its release. On release in Australia in July 1967, the album spent 30 weeks at #1 between August 1967 and March 1968. It hit #4 in June 1987 when it was first released on CD to mark its 20th anniversary and peaked at #16 when the Beatles’ entire remastered catalogue was released in September 2009.
The soundtrack to Fifty Shades Darker has moved back up 20 spots to #21.
Adam Harvey & Beccy Cole’s The Great Country Songbook Vol. II has jumped up eight spots to #37.
As her tour in support of the album pauses, Ariana Grande’s Dangerous Woman moves up eleven places to #34.
#2: Bernard Fanning ‘Brutal Dawn’ – Less than a year on from Civil Dusk (#2 Aug. ’16), Bernard Fanning returns with Brutal Dawn. It’s the former Powderfinger front man’s fourth solo album and fourth to chart in the top two. Civil Dusk and Brutal Dawn make up a two album series. The former returns to the chart this week at #35.
#3: In Hearts Wake ‘Ark’ – Byron Bay’s In Hearts Wake score a third top five on the ARIA Albums Chart with Ark. The band’s fourth album equals their Albums Chart peak reached with previous release Skydancer (#2 May ’15).
#9: Frenzal Rhomb ‘Hi-Vis High Tea’ – Sydney punks Frenzal Rhomb score their first top ten on the ARIA Charts with their ninth studio album, Hi-Vis High Tea. It’s the quartet’s first album since Smoko At The Pet Food Factory (#14 Aug. ’11). It takes over from A Man's Not A Camel (#11 Apr. ’99) as their highest chart peak.
#12: Bryson Tiller ‘True To Self’ – American R&B artist Bryson Tiller makes his ARIA Albums Chart debut with True To Self. The album is Tiller’s second studio album, following on from 2015’s Trapsoul.
#18: The Teskey Brothers ‘Half Mile Harvest’ – The debut album from Melbourne band The Teskey Brothers. Half Mile Harvest was released in January but is only now hitting the chart. The band will be touring national through June and July.
#26: Caitlyn Shadbolt ‘Songs On My Sleeve’ – Gympie country artist Caitlyn Shadbolt picks up a second entry in the ARIA top 50 with Songs On My Sleeve. The singer-songwriter’s debut album comes two years on from her debut self-titled EP (#50 Aug. ’15).
#27: Elvis Presley ‘The Wonder Of You & If I Can Dream’ – This double pack brings together both albums posthumous Elvis Presley albums recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. Both have previously charted individually: If I Can Dream (#1 Nov. ’15) The Wonder Of You (#3 Nov. ’16).
Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

74. Bryson Tiller - Somethin Tells Me
85. Bryson Tiller - Self-Made
88. Gucci Mane ft. Offset - Met Gala
89. Bryson Tiller - Don't Get Too High
90. Old Dominion - No Such Thing As A Broken Heart
91. Bryson Tiller - Run Me Dry
94. Martin Garrix x Troye Sivan - There For You
98. Bryson Tiller - No Longer Friends
99. Travis Scott - Butterfly Effect
100. Halsey ft. Lauren Jauregui - Strangers

Billboard positions for new releases and re-entries on the Top 200 Albums chart for this week


1. Bryson Tiller - True To Self
5. Lil Yachty - Teenage Emotions
9. Various Artists - Summer Latin Hits 2017
12. Gucci Mane - Droptopwop
15. Shakira - El Dorado
72. Shaggy 2 Dope - F.T.F.O.M.F.
97. Danzig - Black Laden Crown
108. Foreigner - Forty Hits From Forty Years - 1977-2017
161. Justin Townes Earle - Kids In The Street


3. Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
39. Allman Brothers Band - A Decade Of Hits 1969-1979
146. Allman Brothers Band- At Fillmore East
173. Luke Combs - This One's For You (ep)
177. Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975
179. Tom Petty And The Heartbreakers - Greatest Hits
181. Shawn Mendes - Handwritten
182. Childish Gambino - Because The Internet
183. Carrie Underwood - Greatest Hits: Decade #1
184. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2
185. Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon
188. Eagles - Very Best Of
189. Blake Shelton - Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits
190. Kanye West - Graduation
191. Taylor Swift - 1989
194. Rolling Stones - Hot Rocks 1964-1971
195. Beyonce - I Am...Sasha Fierce
196. Sublime - Sublime
197. Foo Fighters - Greatest Hits
198. Rae Sremmurd - SremmLife
199. Led Zeppelin - Mothership

Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

42. Fifth Harmony ft. Gucci Mane - Down
53. DJ Khaled ft. Drake - To The Max
73. 2 Chainz ft. Travis Scott - 4 AM
82. Meek Mill ft. Chris Brown & Ty Dolla $ign - Whatever You Need
85. Dustin Lynch - Small Town Boy
87. Major Lazer ft. Travis Scott, Camila Cabello & Quavo - Know No Better
94. Jake Paul ft. Team 10 - It's Everyday Bro
97. Justin Moore - Somebody Else Will
99. Trey Songz - Nobody Else But You

Billboard positions for new releases and re-entries on the Top 200 Albums chart for this week


1. Halsey - Hopeless Fountain Kingdom
5. Luke Combs - This One's For You
9. All Time Low - Last Young Renegade
11. Roger Waters - Is This The Life We Really Want?
14. alt-J - Relaxer
22. Soundtrack - Steven Universe, Volume 1
41. Dan Auerbach - Waiting On A Song
44. Bleachers - Gone Now
53. Soundtrack - Wonder Woman
56. Partynextdoor - Colours 2 (ep)
69. Flogging Molly - Life Is Good
80. Dispatch - America, Location 12
85. Yo Gotti & Mike Will Made It - Gotti Made-it
86. Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
88. Wheeler Walker Jr. - Ol' Wheeler
91. Major Lazer - Know No Better EP
117. Mali Music - The Transition Of Mali
176. Miss May I - Shadows Inside
192. G-Dragon - Kwon Ji Young (ep)


99. Ariana Grande - My Everything
156. Prince - Very Best Of
177. Lynyrd Skynyrd - All Time Greatest Hits
186. Ed Sheeran - +
189. Neil Diamond - All-Time Greatest Hits
190. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Ultimate Hits: Rock And Roll Never Forgets
194. Bee Gees - Timeless: All-Time Greatest Hits
199. Bon Jovi - Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection

Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

16. David Guetta ft. Justin Bieber - 2U
70. SZA ft. Travis Scott - Love Galore
79. Billy Currington - Do I Make You Wanna
89. Wisin ft. Ozuna - Escapate Conmigo
93. Kane Brown ft. Lauren Alaina - What Ifs
95. 2 Chainz ft. Ty Dolla $ign, Trey Songz & Jhene Aiko - It's A Vibe
100. Brothers Osbourne - It Ain't My Fault

Billboard positions for new releases and re-entries on the Top 200 Albums chart for this week


1. Katy Perry - Witness
3. SZA - Ctrl
4. Lady Antebellum - Heart Break
9. Rise Against - Wolves
17. Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie - Lindsey Buckingham & Christine McVie
21. Hillsong United - Wonder
23. Rancid - Trouble Maker
27. Various Artists - NOW That's What I Call Country Volume 10
35. Gov't Mule - Revolution Come... Revolution Go
40. Glen Campbell - Adios
42. Phoenix - Ti Amo
49. Chuck Berry - Chuck
56. Original Broadway Cast Recording - Anastasia: The New Broadway Musical
61. AJR - The Click
104. Sufjan Stevens, Nico Muhly, Bryce Dessner & James McAlister - Planetarium
127. Avriel & The Sequoias - Sage And Stone (ep)
129. London Grammar - Truth Is A Beautiful Thing
157. Birthday Massacre - Under Your Spell
167. Secret Sisters - You Don't Own Me Anymore
175. Jessie James Decker - Blackbird Sessions (ep)
192. Ani DiFranco - Binary


31. Taylor Swift - 1989
88. Taylor Swift - Red
119. Taylor Swift - Fearless
133. Taylor Swift - Speak Now
136. Red Hot Chili Peppers - The Getaway
158. Ice Cube - Death Certificate
168. Beyonce - Beyonce
182. Eagles - Their Greatest Hits 1971-1975

Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

4. DJ Khaled ft. Rihanna & Bryson Tiller - Wild Thoughts
51. Calvin Harris ft. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean - Feels
61. Kodak Black - First Day Out
83. Young Thug ft. Future - Relationship
89. Portugal The Man - Feel It Still
100. Plies ft. Kodak Black  Real Hitta

Billboard positions for new releases and re-entries on the Top 200 Albums chart for this week


1. Lorde - Melodrama
2. 2 Chainz - Pretty Girls Like Trap Music
4. Jason Isbell And The 400 Unit - The Nashville Sound
5. Nickelback - Feed The Machine
8. Young Thug - Beautiful Thugger Girls
9. Fleet Foxes - Crack-Up
25. Royal Blood - How Did We Get So Dark?
28. Big Boi - Boomiverse
32. Portugal The Man - Woodstock
45. Styx - The Mission
49. H.E.R. - Vol. 2
63. Cheap Trick - We're All Alright!
66. Chon - Homey
79. Soundtrack - RWBY, Volume 4
93. Rich The Kid, Famous Dex And Jay Critch - Rich Forever 3
102. Steve Earle And The Dukes - So You Wannabe An Outlaw
110. Hey Violet - From The Outside
116. Eli Young Band - Fingerprints
140. Iced Earth - Incorruptible


68. Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits
75. Nickelback - Best Of: Volume 1
77. 2Pac - All Eyez On Me
99. Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band - Icon: Greatest Hits
132. Lorde - Pure Heroine
148. Shawn Mendes - Handwritten
154. Beach Boys - Fifty Big Ones: Greatest Hits
155. Shania Twain - Greatest Hits
163. Michael Jackson - Thriller
175. Bon Jovi - Greatest Hits: Ultimate Collection
179. Van Halen - Best Of Volume 1
194. Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon


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