'A Star Is Born' Soundtrack Completes Chart Double In Australia

'A Star Is Born' Soundtrack Completes Chart Double In Australia


A Star Is Born (Interscope/Universal) goes supernova on Australia’s charts this week as Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s soundtrack climbs Three-1 for the primary time and “Shallow” leaps 17-1 on the nationwide singles survey.

With A Star Is Born rising to the highest in its third week, Lady Gaga luggage her third No. 1 album Down Under after The Fame Monster (April  2010) and Born This Way (May 2011). It’s the primary chart chief for Bradley Cooper, who additionally directs the movie and stars in it alongside Gaga.

With Gaga and Cooper successful the race to the summit, Rüfüs Du Sol’s third and newest set Solace (Rose Avenue/Sony) begins at No. 2 on the ARIA Albums Chart. The Sydney dance act simply misses out on a chart three-peat, after their first two studio albums, Atlas (August 2013) and Bloom (February 2016), each hit the highest. 

It’s a stable begin for Disturbed’s Evolution (Warner), the U.S. band’s seventh studio effort, which begins at No. Three. Evolution is the followup to Immortalized, which led the chart in August 2015, and is the laborious rockers’ fourth high 10.

Also this week, Eminem’s former chart chief Kamikaze (Def Jam/Interscope) dips 2-Four, as Bohemian Rhapsody (Virgin/Universal), the hits-filled soundtrack to the Queen biopic of the identical identify, debuts at No. 5. Bohemian Rhapsody will get a large launch in Australian theaters on Thursday (Nov. 1).

Just lacking out on a top-5 berth is the Triple J community’s 14th launch within the Like A Version collection, new at No. 6. The compilation options covers carried out by the likes of Gang Of Youths, Ball Park Music, Dean Lewis and Meg Mac and is the ninth to crack the highest 10. Its predecessor, Triple J's Like A Version 13, debuted at No. 1 in October 2017. 

With Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper’s “Shallow” claiming the ARIA Singles Chart Crown, Gaga has a fourth No. 1 to her identify, having earlier hit the spot with “Just Dance” (September 2008), “Poker Face” (November 2008) and “Born This Way” (February 2011). Again, it’s Cooper’s first stint within the singles chart penthouse.

The highest new entry on the singles survey this week comes from teenage singing sensation Billie Eilish, whose “When The Party's Over” opens at No. 10. It’s the 16-year-old U.S. singer’s second high ten entry on the ARIA Singles Chart after “Lovely” reached No. 5 in July.