Rock legends Foo Fighters have won the race to #1 on this week's ARIA Albums chart with their latest effort, Medicine At Midnight.

The result marks the US band's seventh-straight #1 Australian album (eight if you include their 2009 Greatest Hits record), which sees them join an exclusive list of artists who have also achieved that feat, including U2, Taylor Swift and even local satirist Billy Birmingham's The 12th Man.

Medicine At Midnight also topped the Vinyl Albums chart. 

Perth-founded outfit Psychedelic Porn Crumpets were in the running for top spot on the Albums chart with their fourth record, SHYGA! The Sunlight Mound, and while it couldn't topple the Fooeys, it did still score an impressive debut coming in at #4, just ahead of Kate Ceberano's 28th career album, Sweet Inspiration, at #5.

On the Singles chart, 17-year-old US singer Olivia Rodrigo's Driver's License has taken out #1 for a fifth-straight week, keeping Hottest 100 winners Glass Animals at #2 with Heat Waves.

Check out all of the ARIA chart results here.