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List of Top 25 albums for 2013 in Australia


List of Top 25 albums for 2013 in Australia

Top 25 albums of 2013
Other Australian top charts for 2013
top 25 singles
Triple J Hottest 100
Australian number-one charts of 2013
urban singles
dance singles
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The following lists the top 25 albums of 2013 in Australia from the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) end-of-year albums chart.[1]

Pink's album The Truth About Love was the most popular album for Australian music buyers for the second year in a row. Pink is the first artist to achieve this feat. In addition to that achievement, Pink has now had an album placed at number one or two in the ARIA End of Year Albums Chart for six out of the past seven years.[2]

Top 25

# Title Artist Highest pos. reached
1 The Truth About Love Pink 1
2 Prism Katy Perry 1
3 Unorthodox Jukebox Bruno Mars 1
4 To Be Loved Michael Bublé 1
5 Random Access Memories Daft Punk 1
6 Midnight Memories One Direction 1
7 Christmas Michael Bublé 1
8 The Marshall Mathers LP2 Eminem 1
9 Pure Heroine Lorde 1
10 All the Little Lights Passenger 2
11 Flume Flume 1
12 + Ed Sheeran 1
13 The Heist Macklemore and Ryan Lewis 2
14 25 Years – The Chain Fleetwood Mac 2
15 Willy Nilly - The 12th Man's Biggest Hits The 12th Man 3
16 The Christmas Album Human Nature 4
17 Dami Im Dami Im 1
18 My Head Is an Animal Of Monsters and Men 1
19 Greatest Hits... So Far!!! Pink 1
20 Taylor Henderson Taylor Henderson 1
21 Night Visions Imagine Dragons 4
22 More Than a Dream Harrison Craig 1
23 Beyoncé Beyoncé Knowles 1
24 Red Taylor Swift 1
25 Moon Landing James Blunt 2

See also


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