There'll be three young men from Budgewoi on the New South Wales Central Coast this morning who'll be celebrating wildly after their debut album debuted in the No.1 spot on the ARIA albums chart this week.
SINGLES : A second week in the top position this week for French DJ/producer David Guetta and his Akon collaboration 'Sexy Bitch'. It notches up a pretty decent 16,858 sales in the past week to easily account for the Black Eyed Peas in second with 'I Gotta Feeling' with 14,578.
Former Idol Guy Sebastian's up into the top five with his new single 'Like It Like That' - and with 8390 copies sold, it's over 1500 copies ahead of Beyonce back in No.5.
Cascada continues their impressive run with the single 'Evacuate The Dancefloor'. It moves into the top ten with a vengeance this week - up nine places to No.6 with 6278 sales, while Cobra Starship also moves into the top ten with 'Good Girls Go Bad'. It's up to No.8 this week with 5971 copies sold.
The week's highest debut comes courtesy of Mika. His catchy new single 'We Are Golden' debuts at an unlucky No.13 with 4205 sales while Lily Allen moves up to No.21 with new single '22' and looks set for a top 20 berth next week.
With Katy Perry in the country last week for her national tour, 'Waking Up In Vegas' bullets back up the chart - to No.30 (an eighteen place rise) with 2239 sales while Madonna's new single 'Celebration' sells 1955 copies to debut at No.40, so far her lowest chart placing in Australia since 'Fever' 16 years ago.
Bluejuice breaks into the top 50 with 'Broken Leg' landing at No.47 (1611 copies) while Calvin Harris re-enters the top 50 at No.48 with 'I'm Not Alone'.
Outside the top 50, La Roux's second single 'Bulletproof' bullets. It's up from No.88 last week to No.52 this week (1415 copies), Pixie Lott reaches No.55 with 'Mama Do (Uh Oh, Uh Oh)', Freemasons with Sophie Ellis Bextor continues to climb (up to No.58 this week) and Bloc Party debuts in the No.61 position with 'One More Chance' (1240 sales).
with a little help from his friends Rihanna and Kanye West, Jay Z debuts in the No.66 spot with 'Run This Town' and Simian Mobile Disco pops in at No.81 with 'Audacity Of Huge' (with 860 sales).
ALBUMS : It would appear that Stack is indeed the new Black. New South Wales trio Short Stack debuts at No.1 with their debut album 'Stack Is The New Black'. They sell 9059 copies of their album last week to be more than 1500 copies ahead of the No.2, Michael Jackson's 'Essential' compilation, ending the King Of Pop's long run atop the Aussie chart.
Something For Kate frontman Paul Dempsey debuts at an impressive No.5 with his solo offering 'Everything Is True'. It sold 5735 copies last week to hit the position, ahead of Rob Thomas' 'Cradlesong' at No.6 on 4885 copies.
Cassie Davis's album 'Differently' comes in at No.14 on the back of 3220 sales, while the soundtrack to the movie 'The Boat That Rocked' races up from No.51 to No.21 this week with a further 2070 copies in the bag.
Katy Perry's album 'One Of The Boys' is up twelve places to No.23 due to her national tour and there are debuts at No.39 for Calvin Harris' 'Ready For The Weekend' (1177 sales) and No.40 for Demi Lovato's 'Here We Go Again' (1121 sales).
Simian Mobile Disco pops in at No.42 with 'Temporary Pleasure' (1043 copies) and Dappled Cities' album 'Zounds' is in at No.48 on the back of 912 sales.
Outside the top 50 on the albums chart, there's a debut at No.51 for Cobra Starship's 'Hot Mess' (822 copies), a 39 place jump for Seal's 'Soul' (up to No.58) and a debut at No.91 for Modest Mouse with 'No One's First, And You're Next'.
OFFICIAL ARIA CHARTS