This Week in the Charts – July 6, 2020

Gordi debuts at #2 on the Independent Label Albums chart with her new record Our Two Skins

This week in the charts, we have new debuts from Sheppard, That Kid Kearve, Hatchie, Lastlings, Kase Avila, Vanessa Amorosi, Bananagun, Gordi, Joseph Tawardos, Greeley, Dannii Minogue, Sonny Fodera & Dom Dolla, Ricki Lee, Sam + Sam, Ziggy Alberts, and Eskimo Joe.

On the Singles charts Sheppard debut #1 with Symphony on both the Label and 100% singles chartts,  Sam + Sam debut #2 with The River on both charts, Ricki-Lee debuts #3 with Last Night on both charts , Sonny Fodera & Dom Dolla debut #4 on the 100% Independent Singles charts and #8 on the Label Singles chart with Moving Blind, and Ziggy Alberts debuts #9 with don’t get caught up on the label chart. Eskimo Joe debut #10 with Say Something, Dannii Minogue debuts #12 on the Label Singles chart and #5 on the 100% Independent Singles chartwith All I Wanna Do 2020: The Remixes, and That Kid Kearve debuts #6 on the 100% and #15 on Label Singles chart with This N That, while Hatchie debuts #7 and #16 with Sometimes Always, and Lastlings debut #8 and #19 with No Time.
Gordi debuts #15 with Unready and #19 with Extraordinary Life on the 100% Independent Singles chart.

On the Independent Label Albums chart, Gordi debuts #2 with Our Two Skins, Bananagun debut #3 with The True Story of Bananagun, and Vanessa Amorosi debuts #6 with The Blacklisted Collection. The Wiggles debut #10 with Choo Choo Trains, Propeller Planes & Toot Toot Chugga Chugga Big Red Car! and Joseph Tawadros debut #16 with Live at the Sydney Opera House.

On the 100% Independent Albums chart, Vanessa Amorosi makes her Independent debut with The Blacklisted Collection, Kase Avila debuts #3 with Minerva, while Greeley debuts #6 with Risdon Wisdom, and Mahmood Khan debuts #12 with Mahmood Khan with Willoughby Symphony Orchestra.

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