Michael Jackson's presence is still being felt on the Australian sales charts. After creating chart history last week, the late superstar's tally climbs to 11 on the ARIA Album Chart top 40, up from seven titles.

The American pop singer again claims a posthumous 1-2-3 on the albums chart, with "The Essential Michael Jackson," "Number Ones" and "Thriller" (all Epic/Sony Music) holding off new entries by Rob Thomas and Mark Vincent.

Meanwhile, "HIStory: Past, Present And Future - Book 1" re-enters the chart at No. 17, and double albums "Off The Wall/Thriller" and "Bad/Dangerous" respectively re-chart at No. 25 and No. 28, while "Invincible" returns at No. 37. "Bad" rises 15 places to No. 13 and "Dangerous" improves 10 slots to No. 14.

A total of 13 Jackson hits are in the top 40 of the ARIA Singles Chart (down one from last week), led by "Thriller" at the No. 5 position, "Black or White" at No. 6 and "Billie Jean" at No. 10.

Seven of the pop star's titles are counted in the top 20 on the ARIA Music DVD Chart. Separately, listeners of Triple J voted "Thriller" at No. 26 and Billie Jean at No. 41 on the Australian state-funded broadcaster's special "Hottest 100 Of All Time" poll, which was also revealed in full on Sunday night.