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The release of Green Day’s Father Of All... has seen them return to the top of the ARIA Albums chart for the first time since 2004’s American Idiot.

The band’s 13th studio album has debuted at #1, following news earlier this month their Hella Mega Tour with Weezer and Fall Out Boy would be hitting Australia in November.

Father Of All... is Green Day’s third #1 album in the country, joining American Idiot and their breakthrough album, Dookie, which hit the top spot in 1994.

The soundtrack to Margot Robbie’s Birds Of Prey – which features artists like Doja Cat, Megan Thee Stallion, Halsey, K Flay and more - has also debuted in the top 10, landing at #9.

Meanwhile, Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody soundtrack has climbed back up the chart to #15, following the band’s Aussie tour kicking off in Brisbane during the week.

Over on the Singles Chart, Justin Bieber's Intention feat. Quavo has debuted at #13, while Khalid x Disclosure’s Know Your Worth and Onefour’s Welcome To Prison land at #31 and #33, respectively.

Check out our track by track of Bieber’s new album, Changes, here.

The Beths, Fall Out Boy, Weezer, Green Day
07.11.20
HBF Park, Perth
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10.11.20
Marvel Stadium, Docklands
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13.11.20
Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta
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16.11.20
Suncorp Stadium, Milton


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