Week three at #1 for P!nk's Beautiful Trauma
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Week three at #1 for P!nk's Beautiful Trauma

November 4, 2017

Debuts for 360, Kelly Clarkson, Hanson and more!

It’s week three at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart for P!nk’s seventh studio Beautiful Trauma.

Ed Sheeran‘s ÷ jumps back up one spot to #2. It’s the album’s 35th week in the top ten.

This week’s biggest re-entry comes from The Very Best Of Fleetwood Mac. The album has hit the top 50 for a 176th week at #22.

After re-entering the top 50 last week at #41, Jimmy Barnes’ For The Working Class Man has climbed up 18 spots to #23.

In its 50th week in the top 50, the Trolls soundtrack is back up ten spots to #24.

Dua Lipa’s self-titled debut album has re-entered the top 50 for a second week, hitting #31.

Debuts:

#3: 360 ‘Vintage Modern’ – 360 takes out his third top five on the ARIA Albums Chart with Vintage Modern. The Melbourne rapper’s fourth album comes three years on from Utopia (#2 Jun. ’14) and features a host of guests including fellow Aussie hip hop stars Seth Sentry and Pez. 360 first hit the top five with Falling & Flying (#4 Oct. ’11).

#5: Chris Brown ‘Heartbreak On A Full Moon’ – The eighth album from American singer Chris Brown. A double album, Heartbreak On A Full Moon is the follow-up to Royalty (#14 Dec. ’15). It’s Brown’s first top ten since X (#4 Sept. ’14).

#6: Kelly Clarkson ‘Meaning Of Life’ – Kelly Clarkson picks up a sixth top ten entry on the ARIA Albums Chart with Meaning Of Life. The album is Clarkson’s eighth studio release and first since Piece By Piece (#5 Mar. ’15). Her highest peak to date was with Breakaway (#2 Jul. ’05) and All I Ever Wanted (#2 Mar. ’09).

#7: Hanson ‘Finally It's Christmas’ – American sibling trio Hanson score a debut in the ARIA top 50 for the first time since 2000 with Finally It's Christmas. It’s the group’s second festive album, following Snowed In (#3 Nov. ’97). They last charted with This Time Around (#11 Apr. ’00).

#35: Ne Obliviscaris ‘Urn’ – The third studio album from Melbourne progressive metal band Ne Obliviscaris becomes their second to chart in the top 50. Urn takes over from Citadel (#42 Nov. ’14) as the band’s highest peak.

#37: Ty Dolla $ign ‘Beach House 3’ –Ty Dolla $ign makes his ARIA Albums Chart debut with Beach House 3. It’s the American hip hop artist’s second studio album, released two years on from debut Free TC. It includes appearances by Pharrell, Damian Marley, Future, Lil Wayne and more.

#41: Yelawolf ‘Trial By Fire’ – The third studio album from Yelawolf gives the American rapper a second top 50 entry. Trial By Fire comes just over two years on from Love Story (#19 Apr. ’15). Its contributors include Kid Rock, Blink 182’s Travis Barker and Wynonna Judd.

#42: Hollywood Undead ‘Five’ – American rap rock band Hollywood Undead take out their top 50 debut with Five. It’s the five-piece’s fifth album and comes two years on from fourth album Day Of The Dead.