Rodrigo’s strike holds off Nick Cave and Warren Ellis’ speedy-moving Carnage (AWAL/Inertia), which returns to the chart at No. 2 following its launch on bodily formats. On its 1st chart visual appearance, following a electronic-only launch in February, the collaborative album peaked at No. 40. It is the first full-length studio LP as a duo by the extensive-time buddies and Negative Seeds bandmates, apart from numerous soundtracks, including The Proposition, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford and The Highway.
Carnage is the week’s most effective-promoting vinyl album in Australia.
Also new to the hottest ARIA Albums Chart is Fear Factory’s 10th studio release, Aggression Continuum (Nuclear Blast/Common). It comes at No. 15, equaling the peak of its predecessor, 2015’s Genexus.
More down the listing, BTS’ compilation BTS, The Very best (Virgin/Universal) bows at No. 31. It is the K-pop superstars’ to start with visual appeal on the ARIA Albums Chart since BE blasted to No. 2 in November 2020.
With Rodrigo unmoved from the summit of the ARIA Singles Chart, Italian rockers Maneskin bag the week’s optimum debut with “Beggin’” (RCA/Sony), a address of a track produced in the ‘60s by The 4 Seasons. It can be new at No. 22 for the band’s to start with visual appearance on the ARIA charts. Maneskin rose to international fame when they received the 2021 Eurovision Track Contest with “Zitti e buoni”.