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ARIA Charts

ARIA Charts
6:30pm, in order for printed release the next day. Each chart is dated according to the Monday of the given week. The website and printed lists are shortened versions of the full chart, with only the top 50 singles and albums shown as well as only the top 40 digital tracks. The ARIA Report lists the charts listed above in full and is available via paid email subscription each week. These reports are uploaded to the Pandora Archive periodically. The first number one song of the ARIA charts era was "Kokomo" by The Beach Boys on January 8, 1989. Its current number-one is "Boom Boom Pow" by The Black Eyed Peas.

The ARIA charts are the main Australian music sales charts, issued weekly by the Australian Recording Industry Association. The charts are a record of the highest selling singles and albums in various genres in Australia. ARIA commenced compiling its own charts in-house from the week ending 26 June 1988. Prior to this, from mid-1983, ARIA had licensed the ’Kent Music Report’ (which was later renamed as the ’Australian Music Report’, until it stopped being published in 1999). The ARIA charts include: • Weekly Top 100 highest selling music • Weekly Top 100 highest selling music albums • Weekly Top 40 highest selling music DVDs • Weekly Top 50 highest selling physical singles • Weekly Top 50 highest selling physical albums • Weekly Top 40 highest selling digital tracks • Weekly Top 40 highest selling "urban" releases • Weekly Top 20 highest selling dance releases • Weekly Top 20 highest selling country releases • Weekly Top 50 highest DJ spins by registered DJs • Yearly Top 100 End of Year charts profiling the year in music The Weekly Top 50 highest selling music singles chart is broadcast on the Nova radio network on Sunday afternoons from 3:00pm to 6:00pm. All charts are then published on the ARIA Chart website each Sunday night at

Formulation of charts
The ARIA charts are based on data collected from a number of traditional "bricks and mortar" retailers around Australia. Both the Top 40 Digital Track Chart and the Top 100 Singles Chart include data from online retailers including iTunes and BigPond music. As of 8 October 2006, the official ARIA singles chart included online data as well as physical sales, and is now considered the "official" singles chart for the official radio countdown on NOVA. In 2006, it was announced that the Brazin retailing group, comprising major retailers HMV, Sanity and Virgin music/DVD stores would no longer contribute sales data to the ARIA charts.[1][2] However, after a five month absence, Brazin reportedly re-commenced contributing sales figures to the ARIA Charts on 26 November 2006.[3]

ARIA Awards
There are numerous awards and events for Australian chart topping artist and groups that include: The ARIA No.1 Chart Awards have been an event on the Australian music industry’s calendar for the past 3 years. The Awards were established in 2002 as a means of acknowledging Australian recording artists, and their record labels, who attained the coveted No.1 position on the ARIA album and singles chart

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The ARIA Music Awards recognise excellence and innovation in all genres of Australian music. The very first ARIA Awards took place at Sydney’s Sheraton Wentworth Hotel in front of 500 industry guests, on the 2 March 1987. Nineteen years later, the ARIAs are held in front of 2,500 industry guests, 5,000 members of the general public, and are watched by almost 2 million people via Network Ten’s broadcast. the awards are broadcast nationally on commercial TV and relayed via PAY TV to international audiences. "The ARIAs have always been, first and foremost, a showcase for local artists across a broad range of genres, produced by ARIA record company members. They are the highlight of the Australian music industry’s calendar, covering a diverse range of talent over 28 categories". Denis Handlin, Chairman of ARIA. The ARIA Hall of Fame has been an important part of the ARIA Awards since 1988. Traditionally taking place during the ARIA Awards ceremony, a diverse range of artists have been inducted into the Hall of Fame including AC/DC, Dame Joan Sutherland, Olivia Newton-John, Johnny O’Keefe, Paul Kelly, John Farnham, INXS, Slim Dusty, Jimmy Little, Nick Cave, Midnight Oil and more. In July 2005, ARIA staged the inaugural ARIA Icons: Hall of Fame event, which was introduced to honour the growing number of legendary performers, producers, songwriters and others who have had an impact on music culture in Australia. In the past, time constraints had prevented any more than one or two artists from being inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame at each ARIA Awards, resulting in a lengthy waiting list of worthy recipients. While ARIA intends to maintain a Hall of Fame segment within the ARIA Awards presentation, the ARIA Icons: Hall of Fame will become an annual stand-alone event that continues to honour those whose musical achievements have had A significant impact in Australia and around the world.

ARIA Charts
accreditation was reduced to these amounts in 1989 after previously being 100,000 copies for platinum and 50,000 copies for gold. Originally applied to LP records, this ARIA certification is now most commonly awarded for compact disc sales and legal digital downloads. For music DVDs (formerly videos), a Gold accreditation originally represented 7,500 copies shipped, with a Platinum accreditation representing 15,000 units shipped. In 2008, however, this was amended to create consistency amongst all accreditation. A Gold and Platinum accreditation are now the same as that appointed to compact discs/digital downloads: 35,000 and 70,000 respectively. Albums and Singles Gold 35,000 70,000 Music DVDs Platinum 15,000

Platinum Gold 7,500

Number-one singles
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Number-one albums
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List of Top 50 Australian chart achievements and trivia
Songs with the most weeks at number-one
• ABBA - "Fernando" (1976) 13 weeks • The Beatles - "Hey Jude" (1968) • Coolio - "Gangsta’s Paradise" (1995/96)

ARIA certifications
A music single or album qualifies for a platinum certification if it exceeds 70,000 copies shipped to retailers and a gold certification for 35,000 copies shipped. The amount of trade sales to earn a Gold or Platinum

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12 weeks • Dinah Shore - "Buttons and Bows" (1949) • Eminem - "Lose Yourself" (2002/03) 11 weeks • Wings - "Mull of Kintyre" (1977/78) • Bryan Adams - "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" (1991) • Spice Girls - "Wannabe" (1996/97) 10 weeks • The Platters - "Smoke Gets in Your Eyes" (1959) • Daddy Cool - "Eagle Rock" (1971) • ABBA - "Mamma Mia" (1975) • Whitney Houston - "I Will Always Love You" (1992/93) • Sandi Thom - "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)" (2006) 9 weeks • Nat "King" Cole - "Too Young" (1951) • Johnnie Ray - "Just Walkin’ in the Rain" (1956/57) • Engelbert Humperdinck - "The Last Waltz" (1967) • Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta "You’re the One That I Want" (1978) • USA for Africa - "We Are the World" (1985) • Los Del Rio - "Macarena" (1996) • Hanson - "MMMBop" (1997) • Aerosmith - "I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing" (1998) • Britney Spears - "...Baby One More Time" (1999) • Eiffel 65 - "Blue (Da Ba Dee)" (1999/00) • Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean - "Hips Don’t Lie" (2006) • Fergie - "Big Girls Don’t Cry" (2007) 8 weeks • Bing Crosby & The Andrew Sisters "Quicksilver" (1950) • Frank Weir - "The Happy Wanderer" (1954) • Doris Day - "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" (1956) • Perry Como - "Round and Round" (1957) • Bing Crosby & Nat "King" Cole - "Around the World" (1957) • Paul Anka - "Diana" (1957) • Perry Como - "Catch a Falling Star" (1958) • The Kingston Trio - "Tom Dooley" (1958) • Bill Haley & His Comets - "Joey’s Song" (1959) • The Beatles - "I Feel Fine" (1965) • The Beatles - "Help!" (1965) • Normie Rowe & The Playboys - "Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)" (1965)

ARIA Charts
• Nancy Sinatra - "These Boots Are Made For Walkin’" (1966) • The Beatles - "Yellow Submarine" (1966) • George Harrison - "My Sweet Lord" (1971) • Hot Butter - "Popcorn" (1972) • Michael Jackson - "Ben" (1972) • Paper Lace - "Billy Don’t Be A Hero" (1974) • Paper Lace - "The Night Chicago Died" (1974) • Pilot - "January" (1975) • ABBA - "Dancing Queen" (1976) • Racey - "Lay Your Love on Me" (1979) • Split Enz - "I Got You" (1980) • Joe Dolce Music Theatre - "Shaddup You Face" (1980) • Austen Tayshus - "Australiana" (1983) • Stevie Wonder - "I Just Called to Say I Love You" (1984) • The B-52’s - "Love Shack" (1989/90) • Sinéad O’Connor - "Nothing Compares 2 U" (1990) • Michael Jackson - "Black or White" (1991/ 92) • Meat Loaf - "I’d Do Anything for Love (But I Won’t Do That)" (1993) • The Cranberries - "Zombie" (1994) • No Doubt - "Don’t Speak" (1997) • Savage Garden - "Truly Madly Deeply" (1997) • Lou Bega - "Mambo No. 5" (1999) • Shaggy featuring Rayvon - "Angel" (2001) • Alien Ant Farm - "Smooth Criminal" (2001) • Rihanna - "SOS" (2006) • Timbaland featuring OneRepublic "Apologize" (2007/2008) • Lady GaGa - "Poker Face" (2008/2009)

Artists with the most numberone hits
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • The Beatles (26) Elvis Presley (14) Madonna (12) Kylie Minogue (10) Delta Goodrem (8) Eminem (6) [1] The Rolling Stones (6) ABBA (6) Whitney Houston (5) Britney Spears (5) George Michael (5) Olivia Newton-John (5) Roy Orbison (5) U2 (5)

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ARIA Charts

Artists with the most consecutive number-one hits
• The Beatles - 7 • Delta Goodrem - 6 (2002-2004) • ABBA - 6 (1975-1976)

Most number-one singles from a single album
• 5 - Delta Goodrem - Innocent Eyes (2003) • "Born to Try" • "Lost Without You" • "Innocent Eyes" • "Not Me, Not I" • "Predictable" • 3 - Britney Spears - In the Zone (2003) • "Me Against the Music" (featuring Madonna) • "Toxic" • "Everytime" • 3 - ABBA - ABBA (1975) • "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" • "Mamma Mia" • "SOS" • 3 - ABBA - Arrival (1976) • "Fernando" • "Dancing Queen" • "Money, Money, Money" • 3 - Kylie Minogue - Kylie (1988) • "Locomotion" • "I Should Be So Lucky" • "Got to Be Certain" • 2 - Kylie Minogue - Light Years (2000) • "Spinning Around" • "On A Night Like This" • 2 - Kylie Minogue - Fever (2001) • "Can’t Get You Out Of My Head" • "In Your Eyes" • 2 - Madonna - Like a Virgin (1984) • "Like a Virgin" • "Angel"/"Into the Groove" • 2 - Madonna - Music (2000) • "American Pie" • "Music" • 2 - Lady GaGa - The Fame (2008) • "Just Dance" (featuring Colby O’Donis) • "Poker Face" • 2 - Delta Goodrem - Mistaken Identity (2004) • "Out of the Blue" • "Almost Here" (featuring Brian McFadden) • 2 - Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad (2007) • "Umbrella" (featuring Jay-Z) • "Don’t Stop The Music" • 2 - Shakira - Laundry Service (2002) • "Whenever, Wherever" • "Underneath Your Clothes" • 2 - Nelly - Suit (2004) • "My Place" (featuring Jaheim) • "Over and Over" (featuring Tim McGraw)

Artists reaching number-one solely on digital downloads
• Rihanna - "Don’t Stop the Music" (2008) Reached number-one in its fifth week on the chart. • Katy Perry - "I Kissed a Girl" (2008) Reached number-one in its third week on the chart. • Flo Rida Ft Kesha - "Right Round" (2009) Debuted at number-one. • A. R. Rahman & The Pussycat Dolls Ft Nicole Scherzinger - "Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)" (2009) Reached number-one in its sixth week on the chart. • The Black Eyed Peas - "Boom Boom Pow" (2009) Reached number-one in its seventh week on the chart.

Songs making the biggest drop from number-one
• 1-24 Celine Dion - "My Heart Will Go On" (1998) • 1-15 Jesse McCartney - "Beautiful Soul" (2005) • 1-10 Avril Lavigne - "Complicated (Avril Lavigne song)" (2002) • 1-8 Kylie Minogue - "2 Hearts" (2007) • 1-7 Kylie Minogue - "In Your Eyes" (2002) • 1-6 Nelly - "My Place/Flap Your Wings" (2004) • 1-6 Coolio - "Gangsta’s Paradise" (1996) • 1-6 Bryan Adams - "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" (1991) • 1-6 George Michael - "Jesus to a Child" (1996) • 1-5 Kylie Minogue - "Spinning Around" (2000) • 1-5 Ratcat - "Don’t Go Now" (1991) • 1-5 Shannon Noll - "Learn to Fly" (2004) • 1-5 Guy Sebastian - "Out with My Baby" (2004) • 1-5 Missy Higgins - "Steer" (2007) • 1-5 Jessica Mauboy - "Burn" (2009)

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ARIA Charts
• "American Pie" by Don McLean (1972) and Madonna (2000) • "Killing Me Softly with His Song" by Roberta Flack (1973) and The Fugees (1996, entitled Killing Me Softly) • "Funkytown" by Lipps Inc (1980) and Pseudo Echo (1986) • "The Power of Love" by Jennifer Rush (1985) and Céline Dion (1993) • "What About Me" by Moving Pictures (1981) and Shannon Noll (2004)

Most top five singles from a single album
• 5 - Delta Goodrem - Innocent Eyes (2003) • "Born to Try"(#1) • "Lost Without You"(#1) • "Innocent Eyes"(#1) • "Not Me, Not I"(#1) • "Predictable"(#1) • 5 - Pink - I’m Not Dead (2006/2007) • "Stupid Girls" (#4) • "Who Knew" (#2) • "U + Ur Hand" (#5) • "Leave Me Alone (I’m Lonely)" (#5) • "Dear Mr President" (#5) • 5 - Fergie - The Dutchess (2006/2007) • "London Bridge" (#3) • "Fergalicious" (#4) • "Glamorous" (#2) • "Big Girls Don’t Cry" (#1) • "Clumsy" (#3) • 4 - ABBA - ABBA (1975/1976) • "I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do, I Do" (#1) • "Mamma Mia" (#1) • "SOS" (#1) • "Rock Me" (#4) • 4 - Madonna - Like a Virgin (1984/1985) • "Like a Virgin" (#1) • "Material Girl" (#4) • "Angel" (#1) • "Dress You Up" (#5) • 4 - Madonna - Like a Prayer (1989/1990) • "Like a Prayer" (#1) • "Express Yourself" (#5) • "Cherish" (#4) • "Keep It Together" (#1) • 4 - Rihanna - Good Girl Gone Bad (2007/ 2008/2009) • "Umbrella" (#1) • "Shut Up and Drive" (#4) • "Don’t Stop the Music" (#1) • "Take a Bow" (#3)

Number-one single debuts
Pre-2000
• Midnight Oil - Species Deceases (EP) (November 27, 1985) • Kylie Minogue - "Got to Be Certain" (July 10, 1988) • U2 - "The Fly" (November 3, 1991) • Meat Loaf - "I’d Do Anything for Love! (but I Won’t Do That)!" (September 5, 1993) • U2 - "Hold Me, Thrill Me, Kiss Me, Kill Me" (July 9, 1995) • George Michael - "Jesus to a Child" (January 21, 1996) • Metallica - "Until It Sleeps" (June 2, 1996) • The Fugees - "Killing Me Softly" (June 23, 1996) • Silverchair - "Freak" (January 26, 1997) • Hanson - "MMMBop" (June 1, 1997)

2000
• Madonna - "American Pie" (March 5, 2000) • *NSYNC - "Bye Bye Bye" (March 12, 2000) • Bardot - "Poison" (April 16, 2000) • Madison Avenue - "Who the Hell Are You" (June 11, 2000) • Kylie Minogue - "Spinning Around" (June 25, 2000) • Madonna - "Music" (August 27, 2000) • Kylie Minogue - "On a Night like This" (September 17, 2000) • U2 - "Beautiful Day" (October 15, 2000)

Songs that have hit number one by different artists
• "Mona Lisa" by Dennis Day/Nat King Cole (1950) and Conway Twitty (1959) • "Unchained Melody" by Al Hibbler/Les Baxter (1955) and Righteous Brothers (1990) • "Can’t Help Fallin’ in Love" by Elvis Presley (1962) and UB40 (1993) • "Venus" by Shocking Blue (1970) and Bananarama (1986)

2001
• Scandal’us - "Me, Myself & I" (April 22, 2001) • Shaggy and Ricardo "RikRok" Ducent "Angel" (June 3, 2001) • Kylie Minogue - "Can’t Get You out of My Head" (September 16, 2001)

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ARIA Charts
• Paulini - "Angel Eyes" (July 2004) • Missy Higgins - "Scar" (August 8, 2004) • Cosima De Vito - "When the War Is Over"/"One Night Without You" (August 15, 2004) • Nelly and Jaheim - "My Place/Flap Your Wings" (August 29, 2004) • Guy Sebastian - "Out with My Baby" (October 3, 2004) • Delta Goodrem - "Out of the Blue" (October 17, 2004) • Eminem - "Just Lose It" (November 7, 2004) • Gwen Stefani - "What You Waiting For?" (November 14, 2004) • Casey Donovan - "Listen with Your Heart" (December 5, 2004) • Anthony Callea - "The Prayer" (December 19, 2004)

2002
• Kylie Minogue - "In Your Eyes" (January 27, 2002) • Shakira - "Whenever, Wherever" (February 3, 2002) • Scott Cain - "I’m Moving On" (May 12, 2002) • Eminem - "Without Me" (May 26, 2002) • Holly Valance - "Kiss Kiss" (June 9, 2002) • Shakira - Underneath Your Clothes" (June 18, 2002 • Elvis Presley vs JXL - "A Little Less Conversation" (June 23, 2002) • Avril Lavigne - "Complicated (Avril Lavigne song)" (August 25, 2002) • Las Ketchup - "The Ketchup Song (Aserejé)" (October 13, 2002) • Nelly & Kelly Rowland - "Dilemma" (October 20, 2002) • Eminem - "Lose Yourself" (December 8, 2002)

2005
• Nitty - "Nasty Girl" (January 23, 2005) • Delta Goodrem and Brian McFadden "Almost Here" (March 13, 2005) • Anthony Callea - "Rain/Bridge over Troubled Water" (March 20, 2005) • Snoop Dogg feat. Justin Timberlake & Charlie Wilson - "Signs" (May 1, 2005) • Black Eyed Peas - "Don’t Phunk With My Heart" (May 22, 2005) • Gwen Stefani - "Hollaback Girl" (May 29, 2005) • Backstreet Boys - "Incomplete" (June 19, 2005) • Mariah Carey - "We Belong Together" (June 26, 2005) • Akon - "Lonely" (July 10, 2005) • Crazy Frog - "Axel F" (July 24, 2005) • 2Pac & Elton John - "Ghetto Gospel" (August 21, 2005) • Pussycat Dolls - "Don’t Cha" (August 28, 2005) • Shannon Noll - "Shine" (October 2, 2005) • Madonna - "Hung Up" (November 13, 2005) • Black Eyed Peas - "My Humps" (November 20, 2005) • Kate DeAraugo - "Maybe Tonight" (December 4, 2005) • Lee Harding - "Wasabi/Eye of the Tiger" (December 18, 2005)

2003
• Delta Goodrem - "Lost Without You" (March 9, 2003) • t.A.T.u. - "All the Things She Said" (March 16, 2003) • Justin Timberlake - "Rock Your Body" (May 11, 2003) • R. Kelly - "Ignition (Remix)" (July 13, 2003) • Dido - "White Flag" (September 21, 2003) • Australian Idol: The Final 12 - "Rise Up" (October 19, 2003) • Kylie Minogue - "Slow" (November 9, 2003) • Britney Spears and Madonna - "Me Against the Music" (November 16, 2003) • Guy Sebastian - "Angels Brought Me Here" (November 30, 2003)

2004
• Shannon Noll - "What About Me" (February 1, 2004) • Guy Sebastian - "All I Need Is You" (February 29, 2004) • Britney Spears - "Toxic" (March 14, 2004) • Usher, Ludacris and Lil Jon - "Yeah!" (March 28, 2004) • Frankee - "F.U.R.B. (Fuck You Right Back)" (June 13, 2004) • Britney Spears - "Everytime" (June 27, 2004) • Shannon Noll - "Learn to Fly" (July 11, 2004)

2006
• Chris Brown - "Run It!" (January 22, 2006) • Rihanna - "SOS" (April 23, 2006)

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• Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean - "Hips Don’t Lie" (June 18, 2006) • Justin Timberlake - "SexyBack" (August 20, 2006) • U2 and Green Day - "The Saints Are Coming" (November 12, 2006) • Damien Leith - "Night of My Life" (December 3, 2006)

ARIA Charts
• Phil Collins - "A Groovy Kind of Love" (1988) • Sonia Dada - "You Don’t Treat Me No Good" (1992/93) • Ugly Kid Joe - "Cat’s in the Cradle" (1993) • Bon Jovi - "Always" (1994) • Shania Twain - "That Don’t Impress Me Much" (1999) • Nikki Webster - "Strawberry Kisses" (2001) • Enrique Iglesias - "Hero" (2001/02) • Justin Timberlake - "SexyBack" (2006)

2007
• Hinder - "Lips of an Angel" (January 29, 2007) • Silverchair - "Straight Lines" (March 19, 2007) • Missy Higgins - "Steer" (April 23, 2007) • Rihanna featuring Jay-Z - "Umbrella" (June 2, 2007) • Fergie - "Big Girls Don’t Cry" (July 15, 2007) • Sean Kingston - "Beautiful Girls" (September 17, 2007) • Delta Goodrem - "In This Life" (September 24, 2007) • Kylie Minogue - "2 Hearts" (November 19, 2007)

Six weeks
• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Kate Ceberano - "Bedroom Eyes" (1989) Wet Wet Wet - "Love Is All Around" (1994) N-Trance - "Stayin’ Alive" (1995) Everything but the Girl - "Missing" (1996) Run DMC - "It’s Like That (1997/98) Madison Avenue - "Don’t Call Me Baby" (1999/2000) Eminem featuring Dido - "Stan" (2001) Eminem - "Without Me" (2002) Las Ketchup - "Asereje (The Ketchup Song)" (2002) Delta Goodrem - "Born to Try" (2002/03) Black Eyed Peas - "Where Is the Love?" (2003) Gwen Stefani - "What You Waiting For?" (2004/05) TV Rock - "Flaunt It" (2006) Scissor Sisters - "I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’" (2006/07) Gwen Stefani - "The Sweet Escape" (2007) Gabriella Cilmi - "Sweet About Me" (2008)

2008
None debuted at Number 1

2009
• Flo Rida Ft Kesha - "Right Round" (February 23, 2009)

Artists with the most cumulative weeks at number-one
• • • • • • • The Beatles (101 weeks) Delta Goodrem (44 weeks) ABBA (42 weeks) Madonna (37 weeks) Kylie Minogue (31 weeks) Olivia Newton-John (28 weeks) Rihanna (23 weeks)

Five weeks
• • • • • • • • • • • • Spice Girls- "2 Become 1 Roxette - "It Must Have Been Love" (1990) Paula Abdul - "Opposites Attract" (1990) Luther Vandross and Janet Jackson - "The Best Things in Life Are Free" (1992) Janet Jackson - "That’s the Way Love Goes" (1993) Warren G feat Adina Howard - "What’s Love Got To Do With It" (1996) No Mercy - "When I Die" (1997) Aqua - "Barbie Girl" (1997) Chumbawamba - "Tubthumping" (1997/ 98) Backstreet Boys - "As Long as You Love Me" (1998) Green Day - "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" (1998) The Offspring - "Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)" (1998/99)

Songs with most weeks at number-two
Eleven weeks
• Taylor Swift - "Love Story" (2009)

Eight weeks
• Bryan Adams - "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?" (1995)

Seven weeks
• ABBA - "SOS" (1975/1976)

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• • • • • • Anastacia - "I’m Outta Love (2000) Wheatus - "Teenage Dirtbag" (2000) Kelis - "Milkshake" (2004) Black Eyed Peas - "My Humps" (2005/06) Avril Lavigne - "Girlfriend" (2007) Timbaland feat Keri Hilson and D.O.E. "The Way I Are" (2007/08)

ARIA Charts
• Melanie C feat Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes "Never Be the Same Again" (2000) • Bomfunk MC’s - "Freestyler" (2000) • Mya - "Case of the Ex" (2001) • Bob the Builder - "Can We Fix It?" (2001) • Sophie Ellis Bextor - "Murder on the Dancefloor" (2002) • Holly Valance - "Kiss Kiss" (2002) • Las Ketchup - "Asereje (The Ketchup Song)" (2002) • Busta Rhymes & Mariah Carey - "I Know What You Want" (2003) • Delta Goodrem - "Lost Without You" (2003) • Bob Sinclar feat. Gary Pine - "Love Generation" (2006) • Young Divas - "This Time I Know It’s for Real" (2006) • Akon feat. Eminem - "Smack That" (2007) • Alex Gaudino feat Crystal Waters "Destination Calabria" (2007) • Good Charlotte - "Dance Floor Anthem (I Don’t Wanna Be In Love)" (2007) • Leona Lewis - "Bleeding Love" (2008) • T.I. feat Rihanna - "Live Your Life" (2008/ 09) • Beyoncé Knowles - "Halo" (2009) Also to note, Sophie Ellis Bextor’s "Murder on the Dancefloor" spent a further 6 weeks at number 4. On the other hand, Mario’s world wide smash "Let Me Love You" spent only 1 week at number 3, but 8 weeks at number 4. The Gorillaz hit "Feel Good Inc." spent 4 weeks at number 4, as did Sash!’s 2000 hit, "Adelante".

Songs with most weeks at number-three
Seven weeks
• Crystal Waters - "100% Pure Love" (1994)

Six weeks
• Concrete Blonde - "Joey" (1990) • Peter André - "Gimme Little Sign" (1992/ 93) • Sisqó - "Thong Song" (2000) • Usher - "Burn" (2004) • Flo Rida ft. T-Pain - "Low" (2008)

Five weeks
• • • • • • • • • • Sheryl Crow - "All I Wanna Do" (1994/95) Jann Arden - "Insensitive" (1995) Aqua - "Lollipop (Candyman)" (1998) Celine Dion - "My Heart Will Go On" (1998) Shania Twain - "From This Moment On" (1998) Silverchair - "Anthem for the Year 2000" (1999) Britney Spears - "Sometimes" (1999) Madison Avenue - "Don’t Call Me Baby" (1999/2000) Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc." (2005) Christina Aguilera - "Candyman" (2007)

Four weeks
• Roxette - "Dressed for Success" • Inner Circle - "Sweat (A La La La La Long)" (1993) • Ace of Base - "All That She Wants" (1993/ 94) • Toni Braxton - "You’re Makin’ Me High" (1996) • Celine Dion - "Because You Loved Me" (1996) • Ginuwine - "Pony" (1997) • Chumbawamba - "Tubthumping" (1997/ 98) • The Offspring - "Why Don’t You Get a Job?" (1999) • Wheatus - "Teenage Dirtbag" (2000)

Songs spending the most weeks in the top ten
Over 19 weeks
• 24 weeks - ABBA - "Fernando" (1976) • 24 weeks - Guns N’ Roses - "November Rain" (1992/93) • 24 weeks - The Prodigy - "Breathe" (1996/ 97) • 22 weeks - TV Rock - "Flaunt It" (2006) • 21 weeks - Rick Astley - "Never Gonna Give You Up" (1987/88) • 21 weeks - Sandi Thom - "I Wish I Was a Punk Rocker (With Flowers in My Hair)" (2006/07)

19 weeks
• Silverchair - "Tomorrow" (1994)

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• The Black Eyed Peas - "Where Is the Love?" (2003) • Flo Rida featuring T-Pain - "Low" (2008)

ARIA Charts
• Pink - "So What" (2008) • Lady GaGa-"Poker Face" (2008/09)

18 weeks
ABBA - "Mamma Mia" (1975/76) Wet Wet Wet - "Love Is All Around" (1994) The Goo Goo Dolls - "Iris" (1998) Shania Twain - "From This Moment On" (1998/99) • Wheatus - "Teenage Dirtbag" (2000) • Scissor Sisters - "I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’" (2006/07) • Timbaland featuring Keri Hilson and D.O.E. - "The Way I Are" (2007/08) • • • •

15 weeks
• ABBA - "Dancing Queen" (1976) • Samantha Fox - "Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" (1986) • Yazz - "The Only Way Is Up" (1988/89) • Salt ’N’ Pepa - "Let’s Talk About Sex" (1991/92) • The Cranberries - "Zombie" (1994/95) • Bon Jovi - "Always" (1994/95) • N-Trance - "Stayin’ Alive" (1995) • Los Del Rio - "Macarena" (1996) • N-Trance feat Rod Stewart - "Da Ya Think I’m Sexy?" (1997/98) • Shania Twain - "You’re Still the One" (1998) • Jennifer Paige - "Crush" (1998/99) • Madison Avenue - "Don’t Call Me Baby" (1999/2000) • Anastacia - "I’m Outta Love" (2000) • Eminem featuring Dido - "Stan" (2001) • Delta Goodrem - "Born to Try" (2002/03) • 50 Cent - "P.I.M.P." (2003/04) • Joel Turner - "These Kids" (2004/05) • Youth Group - "Forever Young" (2006) • Justin Timberlake - "SexyBack" (2006) • Evermore - "Light Surrounding You" (2006/07) • Mika - "Grace Kelly" (2007) • Santana featuring Chad Kroeger - "Into the Night" (2007/08) • Taylor Swift - "Love Story" (2009)

17 weeks
• The Bangles - "Walk Like an Egyptian" (1986/87) • Whitney Houston - "I Will Always Love You" (1992) • Celine Dion - "Because You Loved Me" (1996) • Savage Garden - "Truly Madly Deeply" (1997) • Green Day - "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" (1998) • Lighthouse Family - "High" (1998) • Pearl Jam - "Last Kiss" (1999) • Las Ketchup - "Asereje (The Ketchup Song)" (2002) • Evanescence - "Bring Me to Life" (2003) • Avril Lavigne - "Girlfriend" (2007) • Christina Aguilera - "Candyman" (2007) • Timbaland featuring OneRepublic "Apologize" (2007/2008) • Leona Lewis - "Bleeding Love" (2008) • Kings Of Leon - "Sex On Fire" (2008/09)

14 weeks
• • • • Boyz II Men - "End of the Road" (1992) Merril Bainbridge - "Mouth" (1995) Spice Girls - "Wannabe" (1996/97) Elton John - "Candle in the Wind 1997 / Something About The Way You Look Tonight" (1997) Vanessa Amorosi - "Absolutely Everybody" (1998/99/2000) The Offspring - "Pretty Fly (for a White Guy)" (1998/99) Savage Garden - "The Animal Song" (1999) Lou Bega - "Mambo No. 5" (1999) Shaggy featuring Rikrok - "It Wasn’t Me" (2001) Lifehouse - "Hanging by a Moment" (2001) Nickelback - "How You Remind Me" (2001) Nelly feat Kelly Rowland - "Dilemma" (2002/03)

16 weeks
• George Michael - "Careless Whisper" (1984) • Kylie Minogue - "Locomotion" (1987) • Cher - "If I Could Turn Back Time" (1989/ 90) • Sonia Dada - "You Don’t Treat Me No Good" (1992/93) • Chumbawamba - "Tubthumping" (1997/ 98) • Celine Dion - "My Heart Will Go On" (1998) • Aerosmith - "I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing" (1998) • Shakira - "Whenever, Wherever" (2002) • 50 Cent - "In da Club" (2003) • James Blunt - "Goodbye My Lover" (2006)

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• Eminem - "Lose Yourself" (2002/03) • Beyoncé featuring Sean Paul - "Baby Boy" (2003) • Gorillaz - "Feel Good Inc." (2005) • James Blunt - "You’re Beautiful" (2005) • Pussycat Dolls featuring Busta Rhymes "Don’t Cha" (2005) • Young Divas - "This Time I Know It’s for Real" (2006) • Shakira featuring Wyclef Jean - "Hips Don’t Lie" (2006) • Akon featuring Eminem - "Smack That" (2006/07) • Gwen Stefani featuring Akon - "The Sweet Escape" (2007) • Fall Out Boy - "Thnks fr th Mmrs" (2007) • Fergie- "Big Girls Don’t Cry" (2007) • Matchbox Twenty - "How Far We’ve Come" (2007) • Gabriella Cilmi - "Sweet About Me" (2008) • Metro Station - "Shake It" (2008) • Lady GaGa - "Just Dance" (2008) • Jason Mraz - "I’m Yours" (2008)

ARIA Charts
• The Ian Carey Project - "Get Shaky" (2008/ 09)

Songs that made the biggest drop in the top fifty
• Kylie Mole - "So Excellent/I Go I Go" (15 January 1989) 19-49 (30 places) • Bobby McFerrin - "Don’t Worry, Be Happy" (13 February 1989) 20-46 (26 places) • Indecent Obsession - "Say Goodbye" (10 September 1989) 17-38 (21 places) • Sinéad O’Connor - "Nothing Compares 2 U" (18 June 1990) 25-49 (24 places) • Bryan Adams - "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" (14 October 1991) 6-30 (24 places) • The Simpsons - "Do The Bartman" (13 May 1991) 20-42 (22 places) • Tomislav Ivčić - "Stop The War in Croatia" (13 January 1992) 20-49 (29 places) • No Doubt - "Just a Girl" (7 October 1996) 14-40 (26 places) • Smash Mouth - "Walkin’ On the Sun" (9 March 1998) 20-46 (26 places) • Celine Dion - "My Heart Will Go On" (9 March 1998) 1-24 (23 places) (My Heart Will Go On returned to the Top 5 soon after the drop) • Aqua - "Doctor Jones" (16 March 1998) 10-37 (27 places) • Natalie Imbruglia - "Big Mistake" (27 July 1998) 18-42 (24 places) • Steps - "Heartbeat/Tragedy" (19 April 1999) 19-45 (26 places) • Human Nature - "Don’t Cry" (19 July 1999) 5-29 (24 places) • Killing Heidi - "Live Without It" (7 May 2000) 18-38 (20 places) • Pearl Jam - "Nothing as It Seems" (15 May 2000) 7-29 (22 places) • Bob the Builder - "Can We Fix It?" (3 December 2001) 17-39 (22 places) • Coldplay - "In My Place" (26 August 2002) 23-47 (24 places) • Eminem - "Without Me" (9 September 2002) 17-38 (21 places) • Christina Aguilera featuring Redman "Dirrty" (30 December 2002) 13-35 (22 places) • Madonna - "Hollywood" (28 July 2003) 16-37 (21 places) • The Black Eyed Peas featuring Justin Timberlake - "Where Is the Love?" (19 January 2004) 16-39 (23 places)

13 weeks
• Paul Lekakis - "Boom Boom (Let’s Go Back to My Room)" (1987) • Mel & Kim - "Respectable" (1987) • Madonna - "Like a Prayer" (1989) • Sinéad O’Connor - "Nothing Compares 2 U" (1990) • The Offspring - "Come Out and Play (1994/ 95) • No Doubt - "Don’t Speak" (1997) • Will Smith - "Men in Black" (1997) • Aqua - "Doctor Jones" (1997/98) • Cher - "Believe" (1998/99) • The Black Eyed Peas - "Shut Up" (2003/ 04) • Mario - "Let Me Love You" (2005) • Jessica Simpson - "These Boots Are Made for Walkin’" (2005) • Pink - "Who Knew" (2006) • Beyoncé - "Irreplaceable" (2006/07) • Thirsty Merc - "20 Good Reasons" (2007) • Rihanna featuring Jay-Z - "Umbrella" (2007) • Alicia Keys - "No One" (2007/08) • The Veronicas - "Untouched" (2007/08) • Jordin Sparks/Chris Brown - "No Air" (2008) • Kid Rock - "All Summer Long" (2008) • Katy Perry - "Hot N Cold" (2008/09) • Kings Of Leon - "Use Somebody" (2008/ 09)

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• Lethbridge - "In My Room" (7 June 2004) 12-32 (20 places) • Spiderbait - "Black Betty" (19 July 2004) 23-46 (23 places) • Freestylers - "Push Up" (23 August 2004) 14-35 (21 places) • Counting Crows - "Accidentally in Love" (4 October 2004) 28-49 (21 places) • Joel Turner and the Modern Day Poets "Funk U Up" (23 May 2005) 13-44 (31 places) • The Veronicas - "4ever" (28 November 2005) 25-48 (23 places) • Darren Hayes - "So Beautiful" (19 December 2005) 25-47 (22 places) • Kate Alexa - "All I Hear" (15 May 2006) 29-50 (21 places) • The Butterfly Effect - "A Slow Descent" (3 July 2006) 9-32 (23 places) • Youth Group - "Forever Young" (7 August 2006) 26-49 (23 places) • Kate Alexa - "Somebody Out There" (9 October 2006) 21-46 (25 places) • U2 and Green Day - "The Saints Are Coming" (11 December 2006) 7-31 (24 places) • Lee Kernaghan, Adam Brand and Steve Forde - "Spirit of the Bush" (16 July 2007) 11-36 (25 places) • Paul "The Chief" Harragon - "That’s Gold" (10 September 2007) 8-47 (39 places) • Ricki-Lee - "Can’t Sing a Different Song" (31 March 2008) 8-34 (26 places) • The GetUp Mob - "From Little Things Big Things Grow" (12 May 2008) 18-46 (28 places) • Delta Goodrem - "I Can’t Break It To My Heart" (1 September 2008) 13-42 (29 places) • Ricki-Lee - "Wiggle It" (29 September 2008) 11-32 (21 places) • Short Stack - "Princess" (16 March 2009) 11-38 (27 places) • Andre Rieu - "Yours Forever" (16 March 2009) 14-40 (26 places) Also to note: • Nirvana - "About a Girl" (1994) 4-76 (72 places) • Mariah Carey - "All I Want For Christmas" (1995) 15-100+ (85+ places) • Boyz II Men - "Pass You By" (2000) 13-100+ (87+ places) • Killing Heidi - "Live Without It" (2000) 18-51 (33 places) • Francesca - "Way of the World" (2002) 3-100+ (97+ places)

ARIA Charts
• Britney Spears - "Everytime" (2004) 29-69 (40 places) • Marcia Hines and Deni Hines - "Stomp" (2006) 43-100+ (57+ places) • End of Fashion - "The Game" (2006) 13-52 (39 places) • "Love 2 Love" - "James Kannis" (2006) 35-100+ (65+ places) • The Cat Empire - "No Longer There" (2007) 12-58 (46 places) • Bloc Party - "The Prayer" (2007) 20-58 (38 places) • Silverchair - "If You Keep Losing Sleep" (2007) 16-53 (37 places) • DJ Teddy Z - "You Should Be Dancing" (2008) 23-67 (44 places) • Psycho Teddy - "Psycho Teddy (Do You Really Really Want To?)" - (2008) 5-70 (65 places) • Beyonce - "If I Were A Boy" (2009) 41-61 (20 places) • U2 - "Get On Your Boots" (2009) 26-62 (36 places)

Songs that made the biggest jump in the top fifty
• ABBA - "Dancing Queen" (1976) 38-8 (30 places) • ABBA - "Knowing Me, Knowing You" (1977) 40-18 (22 places) • Crowded House - "Better Be Home Soon" (1988) 36-3 (33 places) • Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes - "(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life" (1988) 47-13 (34 places) • Bananarama - "I Want You Back" (1988) 49-21 (28 places) • Alice Cooper - "Poison" (1989) 49-19 (30 places) • Queen - "I Want It All" (1989) 35-15 (20 places) • Sinéad O’Connor - "Nothing Compares 2 U" (1990) 37-1 (36 places) • Tomislav Ivčić - "Stop the War in Croatia" (1991) 39-13 (26 places) • Nirvana - "Smells Like Teen Spirit" (1991) 33-13 (20 places) • George Michael - "Too Funky" (1992) 50-8 (42 places) • Madonna - "This Used to Be My Playground" (1992) 50-13 (37 places) • Guns N’ Roses - "November Rain" (1992) 41-7 (34 places) • Queen - "Bohemian Rhapsody" (1992) 45-12 (33 places)

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• Boyz II Men - "End of the Road" (1992) 40-13 (27 places) • Ace of Base - "The Sign" (1994) 41-9 (32 places) • Kylie Minogue - "Confide in Me" (1994) 31-1 (30 places) • Mariah Carey - "All I Want for Christmas Is You" (1994) 46-23 (23 places) • Merril Bainbridge - "Under the Water" (1995) 46-17 (29 places) • The Offspring - "Self Esteem" (1995) 33-7 (26 places) • Shaggy - "Boombastic" (1996) 37-11 (26 places) • Los Del Rio - "Macarena" (1996) 36-12 (24 places) • No Mercy - "Where Do You Go" (1996) 50-10 (40 places) • No Doubt - "Don’t Speak" (1997) 50-21 (29 places) • Aqua - "Barbie Girl" (1997) 30-9 (21 places) • Goo Goo Dolls - "Iris" (1998) 48-23 (25 places) • Five - "Got the Feelin’" (1998) 35-9 (26 places) • Vanessa Amorosi - "Absolutely Everybody" (1999) - 45-6 (39 places) • The 12th Man - "Bruce 2000 (A Special Tribute)" (2000) 32-5 (27 places) • Melanie C feat Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes "Never Be the Same Again" (2000) 33-7 (26 places) • LeAnn Rimes - "Can’t Fight the Moonlight" (2001) 26-2 (24 places) • Green Day - "Warning" (2001) 41-19 (22 places) • Westlife - "You Raise Me Up" (2006) 40-8 (32 places) • Rihanna feat. Ne Yo - "Hate That I Love You" (2007) 49-18 (31 places) • Kelly Clarkson - "Never Again" (2007) 50-30 (20 places) • Alicia Keys - "No One" (2007) 37-13 (24 Places) • High School Musical 2 Cast - "What Time Is It?" (2007) 44-20 (24 places) • Michael Buble - "Everything" (2007) 40-19 (21 places) • Sneaky Sound System - "UFO" (2007) 35-15 (20 places) • Silverchair - "Straight Lines" (2007) 42-22 (20 places) • Psycho Teddy - "Psycho Teddy (Do You Really Really Want To?)" (2008) 44-12 (32 places)

ARIA Charts
• Rihanna - "Don’t Stop The Music" (2008) 31-1 (30 places) • Brian McFadden - "Like Only a Woman Can" (2008) 36-15 (21 places) • Metro Station - "Shake It" (2008) 25-4 (21 places) • Vanessa Amorosi - "Perfect" (2008) - 39-10 (29 places) • Soulja Boy Tell ’Em - "Crank That (Soulja Boy)" (2008) 33-13 (20 places) • Taylor Swift - "Love Story" (2009) 38-14 (25 places) • All-American Rejects - "Gives You Hell" (2009) 34-15 (20 places) • Wes Carr - "Feels Like Woah" (2009) 44-17 (27 places) • Lady GaGa - LoveGame (2009) 41-18 (23 places) Also of note: • Silverchair - "Pure Massacre" (1995) 92-2 (90 places) • Green Day - "Good Riddance (Time of Your Life)" (1998) Charted for two weeks at #50, exited the top 50, and re-entered at #13 two weeks later. • Destiny’s Child - "Soldier" (2005) 63-3 (60 places) • KT Tunstall - "Suddenly I See" (2006) debuted at #39 and spent three weeks in the top 50 and eventually exited the charts. The following year it was rereleased and re-entered in the #15 spot. • The Presets - "My People" (2008) 52-14 (38 places) Charted in the first half of 2008, but due to the Presets’ dominance at the 2008 ARIA Charts Awards, their smash hit "My People" re-entered the ARIA Top 50 in October 2008. In addition, "This Boy’s in Love" re-entered the chart at No.50. • Amy Winehouse - "Rehab" (2007-2008), Charted at number 60 in 2007, but after Winehouse won 5 Grammy Awards the song re entered inside the top 50, at number 39, in 2008. • Lady GaGa - "Poker Face" (2008) 94-26 (68 places) • Taylor Swift - "Love Story" (2009) 100-38 (62 places) • Beyonce - "Halo" (2009) 92-29 (63 places) • Katy Perry - "Thinking Of You" (2009) 80-57 (23 places) • Pussycat Dolls - "Bottle Pop" (2009) 81-52 (29 places) • Coldplay - "Life in Technicolor II" (2009) 99-63 (36 places)

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• Lady GaGa - "LoveGame" (2009) 92-41 (51 places) • Missy Higgins - "More Than This" (2009) 93-52 (41 places) • Lily Allen - "Not Fair" (2009) - 69-36 (33 places) • Duffy - "Rain on Your Parade" (2009) 95-69 (26 places) • Kings Of Leon - "Manhattan" (2009) 98-71 (27 places) • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Elton John (7)* Bon Jovi (7) The Rolling Stones (6) Pearl Jam (6) Silverchair (5) Celine Dion (5) Michael Jackson (5)* Neil Diamond (5) Red Hot Chili Peppers (5) Metallica (4) ABBA (4) Whitney Houston (3) Delta Goodrem (3) Kylie Minogue (3) AC/DC (3) Electric Light Orchestra (3) Mariah Carey (3) You Am I (3) Powderfinger (3) Pete Murray (3) Matchbox twenty (3)

ARIA Charts

Albums with most weeks at number-one
• Soundtrack - The Sound of Music (1965/ 66/67) 34 weeks • Dire Straits - Brothers in Arms (1985/86) 30 weeks • The Beatles - Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967/68) 29 weeks • Neil Diamond - Hot August Night (1973/ 74) • Delta Goodrem - Innocent Eyes (2003/04) 28 weeks • Original Australian Broadway cast - Hair (1969) 25 weeks • John Farnham - Whispering Jack (1986/87) 20 weeks • Shania Twain - Come on Over (1998/99

References
[1] http://www.undercover.com.au/news/ 2006/may06/20060519_aria.html [2] Split rocks chart | NEWS.com.au Entertainment [3] Brazin Data Returns To Aus Charts

See also
• Music of Australia • List of artists who reached number one on the Australian singles chart

Albums with most weeks in charts (since 1988)
• 146 weeks Shania Twain - Come On Over (1997/1998/1999/2000) • 138 weeks Pink - I’m Not Dead (2006/ 2007/2008/2009) • 117 weeks Live - Throwing Copper (1994/ 1995/1996/1997)

External links
• ARIA Charts home page • ARIA Charts with archives from 1989 • Oz Net Music Chart (includes archive LINK DEAD) [NB: The weekly charts are unofficial, although a complete list of official Australian, UK and U.S. #1 singles is to be found on this site, with pre-1988 Australian charts from the Kent Music Report, and before that, the 2UE radio charts; due to this, there are number-one inconsistencies, along with a few errors afterwards.]

Artists with the most numberone albums
• • • • • • • The Beatles (14)* U2 (10) Madonna (9)* Jimmy Barnes (8) The 12th Man (7) Rod Stewart (7) John Farnham (7)*

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