This Week in the Charts – November 16, 2020
Kylie’s long-awaited album Disco hits the charts this week at #1 on the Independent Label Albums chart, Troy Cassar-Daley comes in close behind at #2 with Christmas for Cowboys, The Smith Street Band debut #3 with Viva La Rev and Caitlyn Shadbolt debuts #4 with Stages. Also debuting on the Independent Label Albums chart this week is CDB with Christmas is Here: The CDB Mixtape at #7, Lachlan Skipworth debuts #11 with Breath of Thunder, Huskii debuts #13 with Recalled, Shackles debut #15 with Hatreds Reservoir, and Colin Buchanan debuts #15 with Old Testament Sing-A-Long while Kimono Drag Queen debut #19 with Songs of Worship.
On the 100% Independent Albums chart, Lachlan Skipworth debuts #3 with Breath of Thunder, Huskii debuts #4 with Recalled, Colin Buchanan debuts #5 with Old Testament Sing-A-Long, Kimono Drag Queens debut #6 with Songs of Worship, while Planetshakers debut #8 with Over It All.
Earth Rot make a #10 debut with Renascentia, and Arcing Wires debut #12 with Prime.
On the Independent Label Singles chart, Missy Higgins debuts #6 with When the Machine Starts, Mia Wray makes her Label Singles chart at #9 and moves to #6 from last week’s #14 spot with Work For Me, and Bananagun debut #18 on the Independent Label Singles chart with Do Yeah and #12 on the 100% Independent Singles chart.
Re-entries this week from Yothu Yindi, Sgt. Slick, Ruel, Mallrat, The Temper Trap, and Harmony James.< Back to news