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Tame Impala's fourth studio album becomes their number one album in Australia as The Slow Rush debuted at the top of the ARIA Albums Chart this week.

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The Slow Rush becomes Australia's No. 869 No.1 (1965-2020), 719th for ARIA (1983-2020), the 508th set to debut in 1976 (1976) – 2020), the sixth for Modular. record label (the last one in July 2016 was "Snowstorm" for The Avalanches for the Avalanches), and the second for the Tame Impala band, as they had their previous albums "Streams" one week up on July 27, 2015.

This is the third time the word "Slow" has appeared on the cover of No.1 album, the last two being "Slow Train Coming" for Bob Dylan (2 weeks since October 8, 1979), followed by Lionel Richie's "Can" : t Slow Down (3 weeks since June 18, 1984), while one previous Rush has gone up in the "Blood on the Head" series (1 week on September 2, 2002). The new No.1 album also marks the 238th Australian act (solo, duo, group, male or female) and the second for this year, as The Dune Rats released its first single within a week two weeks ago (leaving that album is Top 100 This Week too !!), and No. 384 by a group (locally or overseas) as well as the third consecutive No. 1 by a group, and by BTS and Amity Affliction With new releases coming out on Friday, this could be the next band up again next week.

Week 2 is the second landing of the first and second new entry of Asty Bieber this week for the fifth studio album "Changes" entitled Asty Bieber, becoming his sixth top 10 album in Australia (5 studios and one remix album) and his Ninth total entry (5 studios, two remix sets, 1 PP, 1 composition). The album dropped to No. 1 in England (its second place), Ireland and the Netherlands (to date), plus it has been in the top ten of the Top 100 singles this week as well as in the top ten of the 16 tracks.

Billy Eilish remains at number 3 with his series "When We're All Sleeping", while F5's "Fine Line" for Harry Styles this week, "Lover" for Taylor Swift .66 and Elton John's "Diamonds" in 1010, newly certified: Platinum marks its 25th week of sales and top 10 in platinum, and next week he plays his latest shows in Australia for his farewell tour.

This week comes Eminem's No. 1 Canadian album and "Music to be kill by" (2:44). One at a time is the "Hollywood Bleeding" for Post Malone and the No.6 Collaborations Project. “For Ed Sheran, respectively, No. 8 and 99. Returning to the top 10 and seven places in the Top 10, Queen's bio soundtrack is "Bohemian Rapsody" (HP-1 × 4, WI10-30a), rising through their current national tour and Fire Relief presence : Concert last weekend.

UP:
* Lewis Kapaldi won two BRIT Music Awards and sang on the Graham Norton Show last Friday, and his debut album Divinely Uninspired to Hellish Extent returns from four to .1212.
* Queen's "Greatest Hits" hits seventy-two places, landing at No. 18, and their "Platinum Collection" returns at 35. Further increase in series is best for Maroon 5 (No.42 from 45) and INXS (46.43 from 46).
* This week's high-profile hits and high-flying albums are linked to last weekend's Fire Relief concert, and the two entries by The Hilltop Hoods go up on The Great Expanse (one out of 71 at No.31) : anniversary charts, 52 weeks) and "Walking … Drinking … Resuming" (76 of 4444).
* Currently touring the country, a tool whose latest album, "Fear Inoculum", diverts forty-two points to .41.
* Further firefighting actions rising this week include Conrad Suwell with LIFE (returns 4545), Love Monster for Amy Shark (returns 0.55), Fon Farnham's "Greatest Hits" ( returns to peak.57), "Reminder" kd Lang (again N.74), "White heat. 30 hits "for the ice board (re-entry No.76) and" Youngblood "for 5 seconds during the summer, returning to 9898.
* The new N.1 album for Tom Impala sees their album "Returns" released last week.
* Adel's "25" set reaches No77 eight, while his "21" album returns fourteen points to 8080.
* The albums returning from last week are The Wiggles, Party Time. At .8.86 and Justin Astin Bieber's previous album Goal, No.97.

CITY:
* Three albums leave the Top 10 this week, the No.1 record for Green Day in recent weeks, and "Father of All" (HP-1 1, WI10-1) drops to No. 12, followed by "Birds of Prey" The soundtrack (HP-9, WI10-1) is down twelve points at 2.21, and Michael Love's "Love" album jumped to No. 4 last week, ending his Australian tour of Melbourne last week. and Perth, but Love's album was crawling like its Xmas, dropping to ninety-five places, falling to No. 99.
* For ChillinIT, Octagon drops by eight points to No2, with its first set falling by four at .8.84.
* After last week's broadcast of the show, this week's Greatest Show tops the soundtrack to 3333 with nine points, and the rest of the collections for Frozen (55 out of No.68) and A Star is born. ” (64 of 64.67).
* Earlier Taylor Swift albums stumbled this week – 1989 (31 out of 40) and Reputation (50 out of 34).
* Mac Miller's "Circles" set the number fourteen to # 52.
* This week's best set of hits is Green Day (44th from No.54), Eminem (41st from No.60), The Wiggles (54th from 6.63), The Killers (84th) from No.91) and The Foo. Fighters (from 87 to 9696).
* Selena Gomez drops fifteen points to No56 with her six-week "rare" entry.
* Ruel's "Free Time" EP went up to 4242 last week, this week down to twenty-six places to .68.
* Meghan Trainor's "Treat Myself" album falls to forty-five at No88.
* Benee EP's March on Fire places ninety places at No.92.
* Triple J "Like Vol.15" package falls to eighteen points, reaching number 100 at the end of the chart.
* This week's highest score is No. 33 of last week's Denzel Curry entry with the "Closed" EC, with last week's postings set to leave this week for Alison Forbes, Richard Marx and Asger, while No. 1. three weeks ago for Dune Rats and "Hurry and Wait" leaves just two weeks later in the Top 100 (1 and 52).

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