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Avicii’s Catalog Heading For Return to Australia’s Charts

Avicii's music is set to re-enter charts in the U.S., U.K. and Australia.

Following his untimely death last week, Avicii‘s two studio albums and a handful of his singles are charging back into Australia’s charts. 

According to a midweek update published by ARIA, the EDM star’s 2013 debut True and 2015’s Stories should impact the top 50, as will the 2017 remix EP Avici.

The late producer and DJ (real name Tim Bergling) should also make a strong impression on the ARIA Singles Chart with re-entries from “Levels,” “Hey Brother” and “Without You,” while his chart-topping hit from 2013, “Wake Me Up” is on track for a return to the top 10.


Following its release, “Wake Me Up” ruled the ARIA Singles Chart for six weeks to draw level with Roxette’sThe Look” as the longest-ever streak atop the survey by a Swedish artist. The track also ended the year as the No. 4 best-selling track Down Under.

Avicii’s music is also set to re-enter charts in the U.S. and U.K. as fans remember the musician by buying and streaming his music. Australia’s official singles and albums charts are published Saturday, local time.