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Weekly Music Charts for 2017
Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

36. Drake - Signs
68. DJ Khaled & Calvin Harris ft. Travis Scott & Jeremih - Don't Quit
71. Metro Boomin ft. Offset & Drake - No Complaints
88. DJ Khaled ft. Travis Scott, Rick Ross & Big Sean - On Everything
94. GoldLink ft. Brent Faiyaz & Shy Glizzy - Crew

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


1. DJ Khaled - Grateful
2. Imagine Dragons - Evolve
6. 311 - Mosaic
16. Vince Staples - Big Fish Theory
36. Radiohead - OK Computer: OKNOTOK 1997 2017
49. Jeff Tweedy - Together At Last
64. Joe Bonamassa - Live At Carnegie Hall: An Acoustic Evening
106. King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard - Murder Of The Universe
107. Gerardo Ortiz - Comere Callado, Vol. 1: Con Norteno, Tuba y Guitarras
141. Soundtrack - Baby Driver
180. Dying Fetus - Wrong One To Fuck With
181. Bone Thugs - New Waves


4. Prince And The Revolution - Purple Rain
78. Various Artists - NOW 61
116. Michael Jackson - Essential
126. Fleetwood Mac - Rumours
160. Little Big Town - The Breaker
161. Big Sean - Dark Sky Paradise
176. Charlie Puth - Nine Track Mind
189. Maroon 5 - Songs About Jane
191. Selena - Live, The Last Concert: Houston, Texas February 26, 1995
194. DJ Khaled - Major Key
197. Nicki Minaj - The Pinkprint
198. Nicky Jam - Fenix
199. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2

really, King Gizzard made the US charts????
Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

70. J Balvin & Willy William - Mi Gente
78. Yo Gotti ft. Nicki Minaj - Rake It Up
85. Cardi B - Bodak Yellow
87. Tyler, The Creator - Who Dat Boy
89. Jon Pardi - Heartache On The Dance Floor
99. Future ft. YG - Extra Luv

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


2. Calvin Harris - Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1
8. Stone Sour - Hydrograd
33. Superfruit - Future Friends: Part One (ep)
38. TLC - TLC
75. ZZ Ward - The Storm
77. Gloria Trevi & Alejandra Guzman - Versus
135. Z-Ro - No Love Boulevard
137. Beach House - B-Sides And Rarities
145. Beach Boys - 1967: Sunshine Tomorrow
146. Acacia Strain - Gravebloom


65. Queen - Greatest Hits I II & III: The Platinum Collection
130. Tim McGraw - Greatest Hits
142. Beach Boys - Fifty Big Ones: Greatest Hits
160. Beyonce - Beyonce
167. Eagles - Very Best Of
169. Toby Keith - Greatest Hits 2
173. Calvin Harris - Motion
175. Lynyrd Skynyrd - Family
177. Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - Greatest Hits
178. Mary J. Blige - Strength Of A Woman
181. Neil Diamond - All-Time Greatest Hits
184. Sublime - Sublime
190. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream
194. Nirvana - Nevermind
195. Bon Jovi - Greatest Hits: The Ultimate Collection
196. Aerosmith - Greatest Hits
198. Ed Sheeran - +

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

23. Jay-Z - The Story Of O.J.
25. Kesha - Praying
33. 21 Savage - Bank Account
35. Jay-Z- 4:44
47. Jay-Z ft. Damian "Jr. Gong" Marely - Bam
51. Jay-Z ft. Beyonce - Family Feud
52. Demi Lovato - Sorry Not Sorry
55. Jay-Z - Kill Jay Z
56. Jay-Z ft. Gloria Carter - Smile
63. Jay-Z ft. Frank Ocean - Caught Their Eyes
86. Jay-Z - Moonlight
89. Macklemore ft. Skylar Grey - Glorious
90. Jay-Z - Marcy Me
91. Zedd & Liam Payne - Get Low
92. Selena Gomez ft. Gucci Mane - Fetish
94. 21 Savage - Famous

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


1. Jay-Z - 4:44
2. 21 Savage - Issa Album
7. HAIM - Something To Tell You
92. Sevyn Streeter - Girl Disrupted
96. Broken Social Scene - Hug Of Thunder
136. Toro y Moi - Boo Boo


23. Radiohead - OK Computer: OKNOTOK 1997 2017
125. Blake Shelton - Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits
131. Led Zeppelin - Mothership
146. Childish Gambino - Because The Internet
147. Dr. Dre - Dr. Dre -- 2001
154. Tim McGraw - 35 Biggest Hits
162. Dua Lipa - Dua Lipa
165. Fleetwood Mac - Very Best Of
167. Eminem - The Marshall Mathers LP 2
183. Hozier - Hozier
185. 50 Cent - Best Of
186. The weeknd - Trilogy
187. Billy Currington - Summer Forever
188. Garth Brooks - Ultimate Hits
192. Fetty Wap - Fetty Wap
194. Old Dominion - Meat And Candy
195. Drake & Future - What A Time To Be Alive
196. Beach Boys - Sounds Of Summer: Very Best Of
198. Kehlani - SweetSexySavage
199. Billy Joel - The Hits
200. Beyonce - I Am...Sasha Fierce

UK "singles" charts for week ending 22nd July:

DJ Khaled has ended Despacito’s reign at the top to claim his second Number 1 on the Official Singles Chart.
Wild Thoughts – featuring Rihanna and Bryson Tiller - climbs a place to 1 after three weeks at Number 2. It gives the Miami producer his second Number 1 single this year, while Rihanna claims her ninth and first in almost four years, since 2013’s The Monster with Eminem.
Rihanna also matches Abba and Spice Girls’ tally of chart-toppers and becomes only the tenth act to claim nine or more Number 1s on the Official Singles Chart.
Wild Thoughts samples Santana’s Maria Maria, which peaked at Number 6 in 2000.
Meanwhile, rapper/singer French Montana holds at 3 with Unforgettable ft. Swae Lee, Calvin Harris’ Feels ft. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry and Big Sean is at 4, and Jonas’s Blue’s Mama ft. William Singe logs a fourth week in the Top 5 at 5.  
New entries and high climbers
Little Mix rebound two spots to 8 with their latest single Power ft. Stormzy, Crying In The Club by former Fifth Harmony singer Camila Cabello reaches a new peak of 13, and Imagine Dragons crack the Top 20 with Thunder, up four places to 20.
This week’s highest new entry comes from The Script – Rain opens at Number 26, their first Top 40 entry since No Good In Goodbye peaked at the same position in November 2014.
Further down, Demi Lovato zooms 42 places to Number 27 with her latest track Sorry Not Sorry, her tenth UK Top 40 hit, while her collaboration with Jax Jones, Instruction, lifts six spots to 32.
Selena Gomez lands at Number 33 with her new single Fetish ft. Gucci Mane, Dua Lipa vaults 39 places to Number 37 with New Rules, and UK rappers Yungen and Yxng Bane make their Top 40 debut with Bestie, up 17 places to Number 38.

View this week's Top 100 Official Singles Chart in full

UK "albums" chart for week ending 22nd July:

The Vamps have dethroned Ed Sheeran at the top of the Official Albums Chart.
The Vamps’ third record Night & Day becomes the British band’s first UK chart topping album. The Vamps join Kasabian, The Beatles and London Grammar to knock Ed from Number 1 since his album ÷ was released back in March.
Night & Day was also the week’s most popular in independent record shops and lands at the top of this week’s Official Record Store Chart.
Bradley, Connor, James and Tristan’s first album Meet The Vamps peaked at Number 2 in 2014, while the follow-up Wake Up reached Number 10. Night & Day is a double concept album; the Night Edition tops this week’s chart, while the Day Edition is scheduled for a winter 2017/early 2018 release.
Celebrating with, the band say: "The biggest of thankyous to our fans, this is all down to you. Thank you so, so much for all of you support. We love you and the second half will be coming very soon."
Ed Sheeran’s ÷ falls to Number 2 this week, the album has so far spent 14 weeks at Number 1 and 20 weeks inside the Top 2.

Joining The Vamps as a new Top 5 entry this week is Grime MC Bugzy Malone – his third EP King Of The North bows at Number 4, his third Top 10 placing and highest position to date. Just behind him is John Denver, whose Ultimate Collection debuts at Number 5.
New entries and high climbers
London duo Oh Wonder score their first Top 10 with their second collection Ultralife at Number 8, ahead of Joe McElderry at Number 10. Joe’s fifth studio album Saturday Night at the Movies is his fourth Top 10 album, something only four other X Factor acts have achieved: One Direction, Rebecca Ferguson, Olly Murs and Little Mix.
Kendrick Lamar’s album DAMN. returns to the Top 20 at Number 18 following the album’s vinyl release, plus Guernsey born producer Mura Masa lands at Number 19 with his debut, self-titled album. 
The Last Night of the Electrics becomes Status Quo’s 41st Top 40 album at 24, and there’s a new Top 40 entry at Number 31 for Bombay Bicycle Club lead vocalist Mr Jukes and his first solo effort God First.
Finally, French Montana secures a Top 40 slot with his second studio album Jungle Rules (33), while the soundtrack to Disney’s Beauty and the Beast rebounds 57 slots to 35 following the film’s DVD release.

View this week's Top 100 Official Albums Chart in full

Australian charts for 23rd July:


Big moves for Jessica Mauboy, Macklemore, Sam Hunt and more!
Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee have racked up their tenth straight week at #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart with their Justin Bieber-featured single ‘Despacito’. The track has also held #1 for ten consecutive weeks in the US.
After three weeks lower down the top five, ‘Strip That Down’ returns to its previous peak of #2. It’s the single’s ninth week in the top 50.
On the back of a week of heavy promo, Jessica Mauboy’s ‘Fallin’’ jumps 14 spots to a new peak of #11. The track is Mauboy’s 23rd appearance in the top 50 as a lead artist.
Returning to the top 50 last week, Macklemore’s ‘Glorious’ has climbed a further seven spots this week to #15, hitting the top 20 for the first time.
In its fifth week in the top 50, Sam Hunt’s ‘Body Like A Back Road’ moves up six spots to hit a new peak of #17.
This week’s Singles Chart also includes new peaks for Imagine Dragons’ ‘Thunder’ (#4), Jonas Blue’s ‘Mama’ (#7), French Montana’s ‘Unforgettable’ (#14), Major Lazer’s ‘Know No Better’ (#34), Peking Duk’s ‘Fake Magic’ (#37), Camila Cabello’s ‘Crying In The Club’ (#40) and Khalid’s ‘Locomotion’ (#41).
#23: Selena Gomez Feat. Gucci Mane ‘Fetish’ – Selena Gomez follows ‘Bad Liar’ (#13 Jul. ’17) with the Gucci Mane-featured track ‘Fetish’. It’s Gomez’s third top 50 appearance for the year, having peaked at #4 with Kygo and the track ‘It Ain’t Me’.
#31: Vance Joy ‘Lay It On Me’ – Vance Joy returns to the ARIA Singles Chart for the first time since 2015 with ‘Lay It On Me’. The Melbourne singer-songwriter last appeared on the chart with ‘Fire And The Flood’ (#6 Sept. ’15). He’ll be playing shows in Sydney and Melbourne in November to celebrate the new single’s release.
#35: Demi Lovato ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ – With her first top 50 appearance since ‘Confident’ (#35 Oct. ’15), Demi Lovato gives fans the first taste of her forthcoming sixth studio album. ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ also becomes Lovato’s sixth top 50 on the ARIA Singles Chart.


Debuts for Meg Mac, The Vamps, Alpha Wolf and more!
It’s week 17 at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart for Ed Sheeran’s ÷. This week Sheeran made a cameo on the season premiere of Game Of Thrones.
In its second week in the top 50, the soundtrack to Baby Driver has jumped 42 spots to #5.
On the back of his national tour, Rag'N'Bone Man has moved back up 16 weeks to #11 with Human.
Also touring, Royal Blood move back up ten spots to #26 with How Did We Get So Dark?
Pete Murray’s Camacho re-enters the chart at #31 as he hits the road in support of the album.
With new single ‘Lay It On Me’ debuting at #31 this week, Vance Joy’s former #1 album Dream Your Life Away returns to the top 50 for a 77th week at #42.
#2: Meg Mac ‘Low Blows’ – Melbourne singer-songwriter Meg Mac picks up her debut on the ARIA Albums Chart with Low Blows. Mac’s debut album comes three years on from her debut self-titled EP and two years on from the single ‘Never Be’ (#39 Aug. ’15). Low Blows was recorded in Fort Worth, Texas with production team Niles City Sound who produced and played on the Leon Bridges album Coming Home (#8 Jun. ’15).
#10: Various Artists ‘Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 7’ – The latest release in Fearless Records’ Punk Goes Pop series. Volume 7 includes Gympie’s The Amity Affliction covering The Weeknd’s ‘Can’t Feel My Face’, as well as other punk and hardcore bands presenting their takes on tracks made famous by James Bay, Bruno Mars, Adele, Justin Bieber and more. Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 6 peaked at #26 in November 2014.
#22: The Vamps ‘Night & Day’ – British pop-rock band The Vamps return with Night & Day. The group’s third album comes two years on from Wake Up (#23 Dec. ’15). Night & Day is being released in two parts: the current release, known as Night Edition, and the December 2017 release known as Day Edition.
#29: Alpha Wolf ‘Mono’ – The debut album from Melbourne metalcore band Alpha Wolf gives the five piece their debut appearance in the ARIA top 50. Prior to Mono’s release, the band had put out EP and a couple of singles.
#36: The Kite String Tangle ‘The Kite String Tangle’ – Brisbane electronic artist and producer Danny Harley releases the self-titled debut album under the guise of The Kite String Tangle. The album is the second release by the The Kite String Tangle to hit the top 50 on the ARIA Albums Chart, following on from the EP Vessel (#8 Aug. ’14).
#37: Oh Wonder ‘Ultralife’ – With their second studio album, Ultralife, British indie pop duo Oh Wonder take out their first appearance in the ARIA top 50. Ultralife is the follow-up to Oh Wonder’s self-titled debut album of 2015. The duo are currently touring Australia, headlining their own shows as well as appearing at Splendour In The Grass.
#46: Planetshakers ‘Legacy, Pt. 2: Passion’ – Contemporary Christian act Planetshakers score a sixth top 50 entry with live release Legacy, Pt. 2: Passion. In 2016, Planetshakers hit the top 50 with two titles: Momentum (Live In Manila) (#20 Apr. ’16) and Overflow (#25 Oct. ’16).
#49: Mura Masa ‘Mura Masa’ – After peaking at #14 in February with the single ‘Love$ick’, Guernsey DJ/producer Mura Masa hits the Albums Chart with his self-titled debut. The album features an assortment of guests including Charli XCX, ASAP Rocky, Damon Albarn and more.
Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

75. French Montana ft. The Weeknd & Max B - A Lie
86. Jake Paul & Erika Costell ft. Uncle Kade - Jerika
91. Khalid - Young Dumb & Broke
96. Kesha ft. The Dap-Kings Horns - Woman

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


3. French Montana - Jungle Rules
15. Coldplay - Kaleidoscope (ep)
32. Kidz Bop Kids - Kidz Bop 35
46. Silverstein - Dead Reflection
76. Oh Wonder - Ultralife
79. Various Artists - Punk Goes Pop, Vol. 7
87. EXO - The War: The 4th Album
107. WizKid - Sounds From The Other Side
179. William Control - Revelations The Red (ep)
180. Eagles - Their Greatest Hits: Volumes 1 & 2
181. Kirsten - L O V E (ep)
192. Mura Masa - Mura Masa


17. Linkin Park - One More Light
27. Linkin Park - [Hybrid Theory]
42. Linkin Park - Meteora
115. Linnkin Park - Minutes To Midnight
148. Michael Jackson - Essential
150. Foreigner - 40: Forty Hits From Forty Yeears - 1977-2017
185. Dylan Scott - Dylan Scott
188. Pink Floyd - The Dark Side Of The Moon
195. Fleetwood Mac - Greatest Hits
197. Lumineers - Lumineers

not surprised with Linkin Park re-entering the chart....

PS: enjoy the Coldplay listen listen....not!
Billboard positions for new releases on the Top 100 Songs chart for this week

Aug 12th

40. Louis Tomlinson ft. Bebe Rexha & Digital Farm Animals - Back To You
61. China Anne McClain - What's My Name
77. Meek Mill - Issues
79. Meek Mill - Wins & Losses
81. Descendants 2 Cast - It's Goin' Down
83. Meek Mill - 1942 Flows
91. Romeo Santos - Imitadora
96. Meek Mill ft. Young Thug
97. Meek Mill ft. Lil Uzi Vert - Fuck That Check Up
99. Meek Mill - Heavy Heart

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


1. Lana Del Rey - Lust For Life
2. Tyler, The Creator - Flower Boy
3. Meek Mill - Wins And Losses
6. Soundtrack - Descendants 2
10. Romeo Santos - Golden
13. NAV And Metro Boomin - Perfect Timing
17. Nine Inch Nails - Add Violence (ep)
23. In This Moment - Ritual
46. Sara Evans - Words
47. Foster The People - Sacred Hearts Club
65. Damian "Jr. Gong" Marley - Stony Hill
88. Lucas Hoge - Dirty South
139. Tyga - Bitch I'm The Shit 2
146. Parmalee - 27861
162. Polyphia - The Most Hated (ep)
167. Bryan Popin - I Got Out
181. Projected - Ignite My Insanity
195. Steve Aoki - Presents Kolony


77. Fleetwood Mac - Very Best Of
80. Linkin Park - Living Things
84. Guns 'N' Roses - Appetite For Destruction
116. Jay-Z / Linkin Park - MTV Ultimate Mash-Ups Presents: Collision Course
117. Linkin Park - A Thousand Suns
140. Incubus - 8
178. Neil Diamond - All-Time Greatest Hits
184. Linkin Park - The Hunting Party
191. Frank Sinatra - Ultimate Sinatra
196. Brantley Gilbert - The Devil Don't Sleep
199. GoldLink - At What Cost

LOL, I feel so sorry or your ears this week with Tyler The Creator & Meek Mill....
theyre gonna make Lana Del Ray sound brilliant!
that's not very nice


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