Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

Missy Razzles Her Way to Top; Missy Higgins Plants Herself on Top of ARIA Album Charts

Newspaper article The Daily Mercury (Mackay, Australia)

Missy Razzles Her Way to Top; Missy Higgins Plants Herself on Top of ARIA Album Charts

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ARIA Top 5 Albums

w/c June 11

1. Missy Higgins - The Ol' Razzle Dazzle (debut)

2. Keith Urban - The Story So Far

3. One Direction - Up All Night

4. Ed Sheeran - +

5. The Temper Trap - The Temper Trap

Further Top 40 Debuts:

6. Alan Jackson - Thirty Miles West

20. Buried In Verona - Notorious

28. The Bamboos - Medicine Man

34. Neil Young & Crazy Horse - Americana

37. Edward Sharpe And The Magnetic Zeros - Here

MISSY Higgins lands her third ARIA #1 album this week with The Ol' Razzle Dazzle debuting at the peak of the ARIA Album Chart.

It's been five years since her last album On A Clear Night debuted and spent a week at number one and prior to this her debut album The Sound Of White chalked up seven weeks at the top of the chart across 2004 and 2005 becoming ARIA's highest selling album of 2005 in the process.

On this week's ARIA Singles Chart Flo Rida continues to assert his dominance accruing six weeks at number one with Whistle.

This current single equalling weeks spent at number one by former chart topper Wild Ones and ensuring he's the only act to have two chart toppers this year.

In further ARIA Singles Chart action, the top 5 holds firm as The Voice contestants continue to influence with six of the 11 top 40 debuts.

Leading the debuts this week is contestant Darren Percival, his version of I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever) coming in at #6, with Diana Rouvas at 16, Ben Hazlewood at 17, Sarah DeBono at 24, Adam Martin at 26, and Lakyn Heperi at 39.

Also debuting this week is Jay Sean featuring Pitbull with I'm All Yours at 15, Nicki Minaj lands at 33 with Pound The Alarm, Justin Bieber featuring Ludacris and All Around The World come in at 34, Karmin's Broken Hearted debuts at 37 and The Black Keys' Gold On The Ceiling enters at 40.

Making a big impact is Gym Class Heroes featuring Ryan Tedder, their new track The Fighter jumping into the top 10 and giving them their third top 10 single in a row as it leaps from 13 to 8.

Katy Perry enjoys a great result with Wide Awake up 13 spots to #13 and UK's Rita Ora enjoys similar success, up 14 places to #20 with How We Do (Party). …

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