Real Rock, Country & Blues from Oz & around the Globe

 

Raw Charts – March 2013








The Worldwide Raw Roots Rock Album chart

The Worldwide Raw Roots Rock album chart compiles information from the Australian, UK, and US albums charts to give you a broad view of the artists and recordings that are selling well across the western world, as well as looking at the US and Australian country charts, and the US blues chart. We have filtered the information to represent only the artists from the Rock (including pop-rock, hard rock, and alternative rock), Roots, and Country genres. An artist charting well in all three regions (say, Aus# 12  US# 20  UK# 18) will obviously chart higher than a strong position in only one market (ie. US # 9).

1. Babel – Mumford & Sons

2. Unorthodox Jukebox – Bruno Mars

3. Holy Fire – Foals

4. The Truth About Love – Pink

5. Temper Temper – Bullet For My Valentine

6. My Head is An Animal – Of Monsters and Men

7. The Lumineers – The Lumineers

8. + – Ed Sheeran

9. Mythology – Bee Gees

10. Two Lanes of Freedom – Tim McGraw

11. Red – Taylor Swift

12. Heartthrob – Tegan and Sara

13. Rumours – Fleetwood Mac

14. An Awesome Wave – Alt-J

15. Some Nights – Fun.

16. Greatest Hits … So Far – Pink

17. 21 – Adele

18. The Sapphires – Soundtrack

19. El Camino – Black Keys

20. Making Mirrors – Gotye

21. The Story So Far – Keith Urban

22. Lonerism – Tame Impala

23. Sigh No More – Mumford & Sons

24. Grrr! – The Rolling Stones

25. IV – The Bronx

26. Blue Sky Blue – The Byron Sessions – Pete Murray

27. Doo Wops & Hooligans – Bruno Mars

28. Greatest Hits – Red Hot Chili Peppers

29. The Rubens – The Rubens

30. Tapestry – Carole King

31. Celebration Day – Led Zeppelin

32. Sharkmouth – Russell Morris

33. Greatest Hits – Foo Fighters

34. Birdy – Birdy

35. Night Visions – Imagine Dragons

36. Set You Free – Gary Allan

37. Tornado – Little Big Town

38. Blown Away – Carrie Underwood

39. It’s On – The Wolfe Brothers

40. Beautiful Noise – Lee Kernaghan

41. One + One – O’Shea

42. Ultimate Hits – Lee Kernaghan

43. What We Do – The Sunny Cowgirls

44. Wreck & Ruin – Kasey Chambers & Shane Nicholson

45. There Will Be Love – Adam Brand

46. Greatest Hits: 18 Kids – Keith Urban

47. The Very Best of – Slim Dusty

48. Country Proud – McAlister Kemp

49. Two Worlds Collide – The McClymonts

50. Always Never Enough – Catherine Britt

51. Be Here – Keith Urban

52. Absolute Greatest – John Williamson

53. Home – Troy Cassar-Daley

54. Defying Gravity – Keith Urban

55. Get Closer – Keith Urban

56. Songman – Jimmy Little

57. Greatest Hits 1998-2008 – Adam Brand

58. Overexposed – Maroon 5

59. Hunter Hayes – Hunter Hayes

60. Boys & Girls – Alabama Shakes

61. Jake Bugg – Jake Bugg

62. Opposites – Biffy Clyro

63. Electric – Richard Thompson

64. Fall to Grace – Paloma Faith

65. The Golden Age of Song – Jools Holland

66. The Very Best of – Neil Diamond

67. American Soul – Mick Hucknall

68. Every Kingdom – Ben Howard

69. Memory Lane – McFly

70. Painting – Ocean Colour Scene

71. Take The Crown – Robbie Williams

72. The 2nd Law – Muse

73. Oui Oui Si Si Ja Ja Da Da – Madness

74. Mylo Xyloto – Coldplay

75. Wish You Were Here – Pink Floyd

76. The Dark Side of The Moon – Pink Floyd

77. Greatest Hits – Kelly Clarkson

78. Battle Born – The Killers

79. Decade in the Sun – Stereophonics

80. Here’s to the Good Times – Florida Georgia Line

81. Legend – The Best of – Bob Marley and the Wailers

82. Night Train – Jason Aldean

83. Tailgates & Tanlines – Luke Bryan

84. Uncaged – Zac Brown Band

85. Greatest Hits – Journey

86. Chief – Eric Church

87. The Foundation – Zac Brown Band

88. Rebel Soul – Kid Rock

89. Blunderbuss – Jack White

90. Four The Record – Miranda Lambert

91. Stronger – Kelly Clarkson

92. How Country Feels – Randy Houser

93. Reckless – Jeremy Camp

94. The World From the Side of the Moon – Phillip Phillips

95. Release the Panic – Red

96. Ceremonials – Florence + The Machine

97. Ultimate Hits – Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band

98. The Afterman: Descension – Coheed and Cambria

99. Hard 2 Love – Lee Brice

100. Red River Blue – Blake Shelton