The latest Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) Albums Chart for the week of June 29, 2015 has been released and Ed Sheeran’s “X” album is back on top. Some of the albums and artists in this latest chart are “Title” by Meghan Trainor, “Breathe In. Breathe Out” by Hilary Duff and “Coming Home” by Leon Bridges. The full list of the ARIA albums chart can be read below:
Top 10 Albums In The ARIA Albums Chart For The June 29, 2015 Week:
- “X” by Ed Sheeran
- “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” by Florence + The Machine
- “Title” by Meghan Trainor
- “Breathe In, Breathe Out” by Hilary Duff
- “Drones” by Muse
- “1989” by Taylor Swift
- “In The Lonely Hour” by Sam Smith
- “Coming Home” by Leon Bridges
- “Strange New Past” by Seth Sentry
- “Pitch Perfect 2” by Various Artists
“X” by Sheeran booted out Florence + The Machine’s “How Big, How Blue, How Beautiful” from its top spot last week. Meanwhile, Meghan Trainor’s “Title” is on the third spot. It has been in the charts for 24 times and is also a “bullet performer,” a term used by ARIA to indicate “strong upward chart movement over the previous week.” It was on the 10th spot before shooting up to its current position on the top three.
The other bullet performers in the charts this week are the albums “Breathe In, Breathe Out” by Hilary Duff and “Coming Home” by Leon Bridges. These two songs are both newcomers on the latest Top 10 list of ARIA’s hit albums.
Other mainstays in the ARIA chart as indicated by the length of their time in it are the albums “1989” by Taylor Swift and “In The Lonely Hour” by Sam Smith. Sam Smith’s album is one of the albums that have been in the charts for a very long time, 57 times to be exact. It’s also interesting to note that “Strange New Past” by Seth Sentry is the only Australian artist who is in the current Top 10 list of the ARIA Albums Chart.
Click here to see the other albums in the ARIA Albums Chart for the week of June 29, 2015 including “Hozier” by Hozier (Top 16), “Dark Night Sweet Light” by Hermitude (Top 13), “The Singles” by Savage Garden (Top 35) and “In Colour” by Jamie XX (Top 34).