Following a huge Glastonbury Legends performance, Kylie Minogue is set for a massive ARIA Albums Chart debut with Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection.
Minogue impressed with a set full of hits and reunited with fellow Aussie legend Nick Cave to perform Where The Wild Roses Grow. Coldplay frontman Chris Martin also jumped up for a version of Can’t Get You Out Of My Head.
Step Back In Time: The Definitive Collection is the fourth major greatest hits collection from Minogue and she looks to land in the top five.
Other debuts fighting for top five include The Black Keys‘ “Let’s Rock” and Chris Brown‘s Indigo.
Thom Yorke‘s Anima is looking to debut in the top 40, with Korean sensation BTS‘ BTS World (Original Soundtrack) looking for a top 50. Anima drew some surprising comparisons to the K-pop boy band.
Locally, Tom Iansek and Tom Snowden are touted to land in the top 50 with their No Mono project. Islands Part 2 earned four stars from The Music, reviewer Mac McNaughton saying, “As individuals, the Toms command attention. Together, they are atomic.”
As for the movers on the chart, it’s all about Danny Boyle’s new Beatles-inspired flick Yesterday, with the soundtrack by Himesh Patel looking to move into the top ten, The Beatles‘ 1 compilation moving into the top 40 and Ed Sheeran (who also cameos in Yesterday) should re-enter the top 50 with his 2014 LP X.
Over on the Singles Chart, Chris Brown featuring Justin Bieber‘s Don’t Check On Me is looking at a top 20 debut with Kygo and Whitney Houston‘s Higher Love and Marshmello featuring Kane Brown‘s One Thing Right both top 50.