Mauboy’s The Secret Daughter (Songs From The Original TV Series) (Sony Music) locks up top spot on the ARIA Albums Chart for the third successive week, the longest run at No. 1 on the survey this year. Mauboy became the first indigenous Australian artist to bow at No. 1 on the national albums chart when The Secret Daughter opened at the top following its release last month.
Meanwhile, Michael Buble's Nobody But Me (Reprise/Warner Music) improves 3-2, and Elvis Presley’s The Wonder Of You: Elvis Presley With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RCA/Sony), rises 4-3, while Avenged Sevenfold has the week’s top debut with The Stage (Capitol/EMI) at No. 4. The top five is completed by broadcaster Triple J's Like A Version 12 (ABC/Universal) compilation, up 7-5.
Empire of the Sun’s Two Vines (EMI) gives the homegrown psychedelic-electronic act its third top 10. The album opens at No. 7 and follows their sophomore set Ice On The Dune (No. 3 peak in June 2013) and debut Walking On A Dream (No. 6 peak in Feb. 2009). James Arthur collects his first top ten on the ARIA Albums Chart with his second album Back From The Edge (Columbia/Sony), which starts at No .8, while new releases from Roy Orbison (The Ultimate Collection at No. 12 via Legacy/Sony), Kenny Chesney (Cosmic Hallelujah at No. 19 via Columbia/Sony) and Tkay Maidza's Tkay (No. 20 via Dew Process/Universal) make strong debuts.
The ARIA Singles Chart is once again led by James Arthur’s “Say You Won't Let Go,” which enters its fourth week as the market’s No. 1 single.
The rest of the top five are unchanged, with The Weeknd featuring Daft Punk’s "Starboy" (Republic/Universal) coming in at No.2, The Chainsmokers featuring Halsey’s “Closer” (Columbia/Sony) at No. 3, Little Mix’s “Shout Out To My Ex” (Syco/Sony) at No. 4 and Calum Scott’s “Dancing on My Own” (Capitol/EMI) at No. 5.