Who'll top this week's ARIA Charts?
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Who'll top this week's ARIA Charts?

October 26, 2016

Contenders include Lady Gaga, Michael Buble, Elvis Presley and more.

On last week’s ARIA Charts, Jessica Mauboy became the first ever indigenous artist to hit #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart, debuting at the top with The Secret Daughter (Songs From The Original TV Series). On the Singles Chart, James Arthur stayed at #1 for a second week with ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’.

Which titles could be in contention for the coveted #1s on this week’s ARIA Charts?

Let’s take a look at some of the possible debutants and movers.


Lady Gaga could be set for a third #1 with her first solo album in three years, Joanne; Michael Buble will be aiming for his sixth #1 album with Nobody But Me; after the #1 success of If I Can Dream (#1 Nov. ’15), The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has reworked more Elvis Presley tracks for The Wonder Of You; Korn return with thirteenth album The Serenity Of Suffering; the legendary Leonard Cohen could pick up a third consecutive studio album top ten with You Want It Darker; American post-hardcore band I Prevail could make their Albums Chart debut with Lifelines; Gold Coast vocal group The Koi Boys release their debut album Meant To Be, a cappella quintet Pentatonix release the seasonally-themed A Pentatonix Christmas; American indie veterans Jimmy Eat World return with album nine Integrity Blues; The Pretty Reckless could pick up their second top 50 appearance on the back of third album Who You Selling For; Wollongong metalcore band Graves could be set for a top 50 debut with debut album Monster; the soundtrack to the David Bowie-penned musical Lazarus features several previously unreleased tracks by the late artist; hip hop duo NxWorries could debut with their first album Yes Lawd!.

Look out for moves up the Albums Chart by Sia’s This Is Acting, Play School’s 50 Best Songs, Julia Jacklin’s  Don't Let The Kids Win and Guns N' Roses’ Greatest Hits.


Canberra duo Peking Duk return with their first single in over a year ‘Stranger’; American electro-pop duo Frenship could make their chart debut with ‘Capsize’; singer-songwriter Andy Grammer could return to the chart for the first time since 2014 with ‘Fresh Eyes’.

Singles that could make a jump up the chart this week include Little Mix’s ‘Shout Out To My Ex’, Maroon 5’s ‘Don't Wanna Know’, Nevada’s ‘The Mack’ and Flume’s ‘Say It’.

The weekly ARIA Charts announcement happens every Saturday at 6pm.