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Pink & Katy Perry Dominate Australian Year-End Charts

Published: Tuesday 7th Jan 2014 by David
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‘There You Go’ rocker Pink and ‘Mannequin’ star Katy Perry fly the US’ Pop flag on Australian soil this year, as they dominate the market’s 2013 Year-End charts with their respective releases!

Why the ladies have music lovers going wild down under?

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Topping the nation’s Year-End singles chart in 2013 was Perry’s ‘Roar’, which spent nine weeks at #1 and an applause worthy 21 weeks in the Top Ten!

Outperforming the smash hit that was Robin Thicke‘s ‘Blurred Lines’, Perry’s pulling power came as Pink’s ‘The Truth About Love’ held court in the Top 40 for the entire year, and has now been certified 8x Platinum thanks to sales of over 560,000 units.

Thanks to these sales, the album tops the market’s Year-End albums tally, shifting more units than LPs released in 2013 despite its September 4th 2012 launch date!

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  1. h2o January 7, 2014

    Seriously, Australia must have the worst taste in music with all this stanning for D*** ..

    oh and congrats Katy (:

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  2. Career Ender January 7, 2014

    Katy Perry is one hot chick!!!

    She’s my fiance

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  3. Career Ender January 7, 2014

    And she’s the singles Queen too and her album 2Milli , she bout to outsell her lessor peers

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  4. Marley January 7, 2014

    @H20 But Beyoncé topped the album charts there. She is currently perched at #1.

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  5. Career Ender January 7, 2014

    H2O I see you back from rehab, how you doing?

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  6. Career Ender January 7, 2014

    I want Dark Horse to top the Hot 100!

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  7. Britney Stan January 7, 2014

    @CareerEnder worry about drunk in love doing it first.

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  8. Rosie January 7, 2014

    Wow, I thought America and Canada’s charts were bad, they literally worship Pink there. Australia has the worst taste in music.

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  9. Lovebird January 7, 2014

    Good for them, I knew Pink was huge in Aussie, didn’t know Katy was.

    Congratulations, well deserved.

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  10. h2o January 7, 2014

    @ Britney Stan

    Buy “Britney Jean” on iTunes today (:

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  11. Molly January 7, 2014

    Love Katy so happy for her… Pink is coo but her music bores me.

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  12. JOHNVIDAL January 7, 2014

    Damn it I´ve been noticing Australia really embraces basic stuff like no other country. Pink is not bad but her music is ok, just that. But they have Katy perry leading anything? And I´ve seen Kesha and Jason Derulo getting their biggest generic hits in Australia more than in any other country.
    I´m sure great music also has its success over there sometimes but this is not a good look at all.

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  13. Perry Power January 7, 2014

    The way Katy is killing it there I expect some massive tour dates! Roar killed it in Australia and PRISM went platinum in less then a week! Aussie KatyCats go hard!

    @JohnVidal
    Just because you don’t like that music doesn’t make it “basic” (such a played out word). They obviously think its great music, since its doing well.

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    • Olivia christou January 3, 2015

      I have all your perfumes and I went to your prism tour in Melbourne and I like the hole
      Show.

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  14. KingBeyonceQueen January 7, 2014

    Congrats to my girl Katy Perry!!

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