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    ARIA Charts: The Rolling Stones claim their eighth #1 in Australia

    Hackney Diamonds by The Rolling Stones arrives at #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart this week, marking the band’s 34th top 10 album in Australia and eighth #1, while Doja Cat becomes the sixth solo female act to spend 10 or more weeks at #1 on the Singles Chart. 

    Hackney Diamonds is the first body of original material from The Rolling Stones since A Bigger Bang in 2005. It is also their first album since the passing of drummer Charlie Watts in August 2021. 

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    Blink-182 returns with One More Time…, new at #2. It features the original line-up of Tom DeLonge, Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus. It’s their first studio album since Nine, featuring Matt Skiba in place of DeLonge, which topped out at #4 in 2019. 

    Doja Cat’s Paint The Town Red holds at #1 for the 10th straight week, becoming the 27th song to spend 10 or more weeks on top. 

    Doja is the sixth solo female act to enter the 10-or-more-weeks-at-#1 club, joining Tones and I (24 weeks with Dance Monkey in 2019-20, the longest-running #1 single ever in Australia), Dinah Shore (13 weeks with Buttons And Bows in 1949), Miley Cyrus (12 weeks with Flowers earlier this year), Whitney Houston (10 weeks in 1992-93 with I Will Always Love You) and Sandi Thom (10 weeks in 2006 with I Wish I Was A Punk Rocker). Honorable mentions to Dua Lipa, whose single Cold Heart with Elton John was #1 for 10 weeks in 2021-22, and the Spice Girls, who ruled the charts for 11 weeks in 1996-97 with Wannabe.

    The Kid LAROI is new at #10 with Too Much, featuring Jung Kook and Central Cee. It is LAROI’s seventh top 10 single in Australia: So Done got to #6 in 2020, Without You spent one week at #1 in 2021, Stay with Justin Bieber ruled the #1 spot for 17 weeks in 2021-22, Not Sober with Polo G and Stunna Gambino reached #8 in 2021, Thousand Miles hit #4 in 2022 and Love Again peaked at #6 earlier this year.

    2023 ARIA Chart Toppers

    January 2 Mariah Carey All I Want For Christmas Is You
    January 9 Sam Smith & Kim Petras Unholy
    January 16 SZA Kill Bill
    January 23 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    January 30 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    February 6 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    February 13 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    February 20 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    February 27 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    March 6 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    March 13 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    March 20 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    March 27 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    April 3 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    April 10 Miley Cyrus Flowers
    April 17 Morgan Wallen Last Night
    April 24 Morgan Wallen Last Night
    May 1 Morgan Wallen Last Night
    May 8 Morgan Wallen Last Night
    May 15 Morgan Wallen Last Night
    May 29 Morgan Wallen Last Night
    June 5 Morgan Wallen Last Night
    June 12 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
    June 19 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
    June 26 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
    July 3 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
    July 10 Olivia Rodrigo Vampire
    July 17 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
    July 24 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
    July 31 Central Cee & Dave Sprinter
    August 7 Billie Eilish What Was I Made For?
    August 14 Billie Eilish What Was I Made For?
    August 21 Billie Eilish What Was I Made For?
    August 28 Doja Cat Paint The Town Red
    September 4 Doja Cat Paint The Town Red
    September 11 Doja Cat Paint The Town Red
    September 18 Doja Cat Paint The Town Red
    September 25 Doja Cat Paint The Town Red
    October 2 Doja Cat Paint The Town Red
    October 30 Doja Cat Paint The Town Red

    January 2 Taylor Swift Midnights
    January 9 Taylor Swift Midnights
    January 16 Taylor Swift Midnights
    January 23 Taylor Swift Midnights
    January 30 SZA SOS
    February 6 Sam Smith Gloria
    February 13 Taylor Swift Midnights
    February 20 Paramore This Is Why
    February 27 P!nk Trustfall
    March 6 Harry Styles Harry’s House
    March 13 Harry Styles Harry’s House
    March 20 Miley Cyrus Endless Summer Vacation
    March 27 Morgan Wallen One Day At A Time
    April 3 Lana Del Ray Did You Know That There’s A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd
    April 10 Melanie Martinez Portals
    April 17 Cub Sport Jesus At The Gay Bar
    April 24 Metallica 72 Reasons
    May 1 Morgan Wallen One Thing At A Time
    May 8 Peach PRC Manic Dream Pixie
    May 15 Ed Sheeran –
    May 29 Lewis Capaldi Broken By Desire To Be Heavenly Sent
    June 5 Taylor Swift Midnights
    June 12 Foo Fighters But Here We Are 
    June 19 Niall Horan The Show
    June 26 The Teskey Brothers The Winding Way
    July 3 Kerser A Gift & A Kers
    July 10 Taylor Swift Midnights
    July 17 Taylor Swift Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)
    July 24 Taylor Swift Speak Now (Taylor’s Version)
    July 31 Barbie The Album
    August 7 Travis Scott Utopia
    August 14 Travis Scott Utopia
    August 21 G Flip Drummer
    August 28 Barbie The Album
    September 4 Powderfinger Vulture Street (20th Anniversary)
    September 11 Polaris Fatalism
    September 18 Olivia Rodrigo GUTS
    September 25 Olivia Rodrigo GUTS
    October 2 Kylie Minogue Tension
    October 30 The Rolling Stones Hackney Diamonds

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