Adele is unbeatable in the Land Down Less than, where her album 30 (Columbia/Sony) starts in the top spot on the Australian chart, and “Easy On Me” returns to No. 1 on the nationwide singles survey.
30 gets to be Adele’s third leader on the ARIA Albums Chart, following 2015’s 25, which logged 8 weeks at No. 1 and 2011’s 21, which ran a marathon 32 weeks at the summit, the 2nd longest reign in ARIA Charts history.
The “Adele Effect” can be felt up-and-down the two major charts.
With 30 blasting to No. 1, her three catalog albums all climb the chart: 25 rises 11-7, 21 lifts 23-10 and 19 reenters at No. 29.
9 tracks from Adele’s new LP debut in the present ARIA Best 50, like Leading 10 entries for “Oh My God” (No. 6) and “I Drink Wine” (No. 10). Also, her 2011 traditional “Rolling In The Deep” (XL/Remote Management) returns to the chart at No. 46, giving the celebrity singer a total of 11 tracks in the ARIA Major 50.
“Easy On Me” enhances 2-1 for a 3rd non-consecutive week at the ARIA Singles Chart summit.
Meanwhile, celebrated Australian singer and songwriter Paul Kelly debuts at No. 2 with Paul Kelly’s Xmas Coach (Gawdaggie/EMI), a vacations collection featuring visitor vocals from Kasey Chambers, Dan Kelly, Emma Donovan, Lior, Vika & Linda Bull, Kate Miller-Heidke, Marlon Williams and much more.
It is the ARIA Hall of Famer’s eighth studio album in 6 decades, and fifth of people to crack the Major Ten.
Lastly, Bruce Springsteen makes his mark with The Famous 1979 No Nukes Concert events (Columbia/Sony), which begins at No. 6. The Prime 10 entry follows the formal release of the “Legendary” are living recordings, reduce with the E Road Band at the September 1979 MUSE (Musicians United for Harmless Electrical power) advantage live shows at Madison Square Backyard garden in New York.