A raft of winners at the 18th ARIA Awards on Oct. 17 translated their success into improved status on the Australian Record Industry Assn. (ARIA) charts.

A raft of winners at the 18th ARIA Awards on Oct. 17 translated their success into improved status on the Australian Record Industry Assn. (ARIA) charts.

After scoring six ARIA awards, Jet's debut set "Get Born" (EMI) moved 5-3 on the national albums chart for the week beginning Oct. 25. The rock band's latest single "Cold Hard Bitch" improved 56-40, while their previous single "Look What You've Done" re-entered the chart at No. 88.

Roots act John Butler Trio also registered post-ARIA Awards chart gains. The act's "Sunrise Over Sea" (Jarrah/MGM), which won ARIAs for blues and roots album and best independent release, subsequently jumped 22-5 following the gala. Their single "What You Want" moved 77-45.

Pop singer Delta Goodrem, who performed her current chart-topping single "Out Of The Blue" on the night, saw her album "Innocent Eyes" (Sony) improve 26 places to No. 48. Now in its 80th week on the chart, "Innocent Eyes" won the ARIA for highest-selling album.

The event's telecast via Ten Network drew a record 2 million viewers, according to the free-to-air broadcaster.