2010 in Australian music

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The following is a list of notable events and releases that happened or were expected to happen in 2010 in Australian music.

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Albums released[edit]

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September[edit]

October[edit]

Number-ones in 2010[edit]

Record charts in Australia are published by the Australian Recording Industry Association every week.

Singles[edit]

The longest-running number-one singles in 2010 so far are Usher's "OMG" and Eminem's "Love the Way You Lie", both topping the chart for six consecutive weeks.

Albums[edit]

Susan Boyle's I Dreamed a Dream was the number-one album for eleven non-consecutive weeks of 2010.

Compilations[edit]

So Fresh: The Hits of Autumn 2010 remained as the number-one compilation album for five non-consecutive weeks of 2010.

Music DVDs[edit]

Pink's Funhouse Tour: Live in Australia has reached the top spot in 2010 for ten consecutive weeks.

Video Hits Top 20 Singles Chart[edit]

The Video Hits Top 20 chart comes from Channel Ten's singles chart show, it closes every Sunday show with the week's #1 ARIA chart single. The longest-running #1 single on the Video Hits Top 20 Chart throughout 2010 so far is Stan Walker's "Black Box", topping the chart for twelve consecutive weeks of 2010.

Radio airplays[edit]

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