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News May 27, 2022

Harry Styles Dominates the ARIA Albums and Singles Charts

Harry Styles Dominates the ARIA Albums and Singles Charts

Harry Styles has claimed his third #1 album on the ARIA charts with Harry’s House.

Along with reaching the top spot for three different albums, the superstar has become the first artist to have 13 songs inside the top 15 in one week on the ARIA charts. Furthermore, he has 13 songs on the ARIA Top 50 Streaming Singles chart and the
ARIA Australian Streaming Audio & Visual Tracks chart this week.

Even more astonishingly, Harry’s House only has 13 tracks, which means that every song from the new album is sitting on the ARIA charts in Australia.

Style’s first solo single to hit #1 in Australia was his self-titled debut back in 2017. In 2020, his album Fine Line reached #1 on the ARIA charts.

Additionally, all three albums are currently ranked in the top ten on the ARIA Vinyl Albums Chart; Style’s self-titled album sits at number 2 and his 2019 album, Fine Line has taken out the number 4 spot.

Back in 2020, Styles’ Fine Line album actually only spent one week at #1 in 2020 on the ARIA charts, but was in the top 10 for 48 weeks, giving it enduring popularity and it took out the number one spot for the entire year.

Styles released his new album Harry’s House earlier this month to strong reviews. “Harry’s House is an idyllic place to spend an hour, and its best song is Styles at his deepest and most soulful,” Rolling Stone‘s Rob Sheffield wrote, hailing the album as a “heartbreak masterpiece

Despite the decline in sales of vinyl albums in the past few decades – largely due to streaming platforms – Styles’ album actually broke the record for the biggest vinyl sales week in the U.S. since 1991 after just three days. He broke the record previously set by Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version), which sold 114,0000 vinyl copies from Nov. 12 to Nov. 18 of last year.

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