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Aussie charts still Happy

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Pharrell Williams has reclaimed the No.1 spot on the ARIA singles chart from Australian boy band 5 Seconds of Summer.

The US singer’s hit Happy fell to second place last week after an 11-week run, but has returned to the top spot pushing the Sydney group’s track She Looks So Perfect into fourth place.

Clean Bandit and Jess Glynne’s song Rather Be and The Chainsmokers’ #Selfie also joined Williams’ rise up the chart, moving into second place and third place respectively.

Gabrielle Aplin also did well with The Power of Love jumping up two places to No.5.

David Guetta’s collaboration with Skylar Grey, however, fell two places to No.6 while Peking Duk and Nicole Millar’s High rose a place to No.7.

Calvin Harris’ Summer looked brighter this week, climbing a spot to No.8 while Sara Bareilles’ Brave fell a few places to No.9.

Sia makes her top 10 debut with Chandelier jumping three spots to No.10.

On the albums chart, The Very Best by INXS keeps the top spot for the sixth week, becoming the Aussie rockers’ longest running No.1 album.

Making a top 10 debut is American heavy metal group Steel Panther, whose new album All You Can Eat moves to No.2.

Other new records to debut this week include Shakira’s self-titled album at No.8, and Out Among the Stars, a posthumous release from country legend Johnny Cash, at No.4.

Out Among the Stars features unreleased recordings made by Cash during the 1980s and comes four years after his last posthumous release, American VI: Ain’t No Grave.

Remaining in third place is the Frozen soundtrack, while G I R L by Pharrell Williams slipped three spots to No.5.

Recess by Skrillex, and Prism by Katy Perry each dropped two spots to No.6 and No.7 respectively.

London Grammar’s If You Wait and The John Butler Trio’s Flesh & Blood both made big moves upwards, rising eight places to No.9 and five places to No.10 respectively.