Buble wins hearts with festive cheer
Buble wins hearts with festive cheer

Michael Buble's Christmas album continues to top the ARIA albums chart as US rap duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis maintain their No.1 spot with their hip-hop parody Thrift Shop.

Behind Buble's holiday album is Pink with The Truth About Love, up two spots.

At No.3 is X-Factor winner Samantha Jade's debut self-titled album.

Another new entry to the ARIA albums chart is US singer-songwriter Bruno Mars' second album, Unorthodox Jukebox, which ends its first week at No.8.

Compilations from the Bee Gees and The Rolling Stones wrap up the top 10, with Mythology and Grrr! at No.9 and No.10 respectively.

Meanwhile, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis have topped the ARIA streaming chart on top of their singles chart success.

No.2 on the singles chart is Scream & Shout by will.i.am and Britney Spears, up three spots.

Bruno Mars' Locked Out of Heaven has jumped six spots to No.5, while British artist Olly Murs has fallen outside the top five with his song, Troublemaker, at No.6.

The week's biggest movers are Justice Crew and their song Best Night, up nine spots to No.9.

Pop sensation Psy is in the throes of a steady decline with his horse-riding song and dance Gangnam Style down another two spots to No.10.

Despite almost one billion views on YouTube, Gangnam Style is also No.10 on the ARIA streaming charts.

Taylor Swift continues to dominate the ARIA country chart with her record Red.

Lee Kernaghan and Keith Urban hold steady at No.2 and No.3 respectively.

The 16th edition of Cream of Country has debuted at No.5, while Lady Antebellum edges ahead with Need You Know in fourth position.

The country group have three albums in the top 10 with On This Winter's Night at No.7, followed by Own The Night at No.8.

The West Australian

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