Back in their homeland of Australia, Hillsong Worship debuts at No. 2 on their ARIA chart with There Is More (Hillsong Music/Sony). It's the Australian Christian music praise and worship group's third top three debut after Let There Be Light (No. 2 in October 2016) and Open Heaven/River Wild (No. 1 in October 2015).
Nevertheless, Hillsong Worship lost out to fellow Aussie singer and actress Kylie Minogue. Kylie's Golden (Liberator Music/BMG), her 14th studio album, becomes her fifth No. 1 on the ARIA Albums Chart after Light Years(2000), Fever (2001), X (2007), and Kiss Me Once (2014).
Here is the run down of the top 10 positions on this week's ARIA chart:
|POS||TITLE / ARTIST||LW||TI||HP|
|1NEW||GoldenKylie Minogue||(Local Artist)||NEW||1||1|
|2NEW||There Is MoreHillsong Worship||(Local Artist)||NEW||1||2|
|4||The Greatest ShowmanSoundtrack||P||2||16||1|
|5NEW||Revamp: The Songs Of Elton John & Bernie TaupinVarious||NEW||1||5|
|6NEW||Invasion of PrivacyCardi B||NEW||1||6|
|7NEW||AwakeAlison Wonderland||(Local Artist)||NEW||1||7|
|8||My Dear Melancholy,The Weeknd||3||2||3|
|10NEW||America30 Seconds To Mars|