The Music From The Home Front record has taken out top spot on this week's ARIA Albums chart. 

The album, which featured performances from names like Jimmy Barnes, Crowded House, Tones & I, DMA'S, Missy Higgins and Tim Minchin in honour of Anzac Day and COVID-19 frontline workers this past April, debuted at #1 ahead of Bob Dylan's latest LP, Rough & Rowdy Ways, at #2.

“I’m humbled and proud to receive this #1 award from ARIA on behalf of all the incredible artists who stepped up at the eleventh hour and delivered for Music From The Home Front, Support Act, the RSL and all the front line workers," Michael Gudinski, who put the show together, said.

"I want to thank them all, and I’m also immensely proud of the Mushroom Team, Channel 9 and of course all the media that helped promote this most significant event.

"Music From The Home Front is in the top five moments of my life and I will never forget this unprecedented event that will remain etched in Australian music history."

ARIA CEO Dan Rosen also congratulated the Mushroom team and all of the artists who took part in the TV concert. 

"We live in challenging times, but the creativity and the generosity of our brilliant Australian artists shines through," Rosen said.

"This album is a testament to the talent we have in this country, and its success shows that Australian music is a fundamental part of our national spirit.”

Meanwhile, Aussie favourites Ocean Alley have cracked the ARIA Album chart's top ten for the first time ever with their third record, Lonely Diamond, which has debuted at #3.

Check out all of the ARIA chart results here.

Jimmy Barnes

Crowded House

Tones & I


Missy Higgins

Tim Minchin

Ocean Alley