Six weeks at #1 for Greatest Showman soundtrack
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Six weeks at #1 for Greatest Showman soundtrack

February 10, 2018

Debuts for Justin Timberlake, DZ Deathrays, Shannon Noll and more!

The soundtrack to The Greatest Showman holds the #1 spot on the ARIA Albums Chart for a sixth straight week.

Post Malone’s Stoney has moved up one spot to grab a new peak at #5. It’s the album’s tenth week in the top ten.

Culture II, the third studio album from hip hop trio Migos, has moved up 15 spots to #13 in its second week on the chart.

As his Australian tour rounds up, Macklemore moves back up eleven spots to #16 with Gemini.

Following the announcement of her first Australian tour I almost two decades, Shania Twain has re-entered the top 50 with two titles this week: hitting #32 with Now and #38 with Greatest Hits.


#2: Justin Timberlake ‘Man Of The Woods’ – Justin Timberlake releases his fifth studio album Man Of The Woods. The album comes just over four years on from The 20/20 Experience - 2 Of 2 (#4 Oct. ’13) and features the tracks ‘Filthy’ (#27 Jan. ’18) and ‘Say Something’ (#24 Feb. ’18). Timberlake has previously topped the ARIA Albums Chart with FutureSex/LoveSounds (#1 Sept. ’06) and The 20/20 Experience (#1 Mar. ’13).

#4: DZ Deathrays ‘Bloody Lovely’ – DZ Deathrays take out a new peak on the Albums Chart with Bloody Lovely. The Brisbane dance-punk duo’s third album comes four years on from 2014 Best Hard Rock / Heavy Metal Album ARIA Award winner Black Rat (#23 May ’14).

#7: Shannon Noll ‘Unbroken’ – With his first album since 2011, Shannon Noll scores his sixth top ten on the ARIA Albums Chart. The release of Unbroken comes as Noll competes in the current series of I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! Noll previously hit the top ten with That's What I'm Talking About (#1 Feb. ’04), Lift (#1 Oct. ’05), Turn It Up (#3 Sept. ’07), No Turning Back: The Story So Far (#7 Oct. ’08) and A Million Suns (#8 Oct. ’11).

#27: Rich Brian ‘Amen’ – Rapper Rich Brian becomes the first Indonesian artists to appear on the ARIA Albums Chart, debuting with Amen. It’s the debut album from the 18 year old artist who was born Brian Imanuel. He began rapping in 2014.