So Fresh

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So Fresh is an Australian compilation series that began in 2000. It replaced the long-running Hit Machine series.

Named after the season the album is released in, it consists of current Top 40 hit songs recorded by artists signed to Sony Music Australia and Universal Music Australia.[1] At the end of each year, a two-disc edition is released. This edition combines the "Hits of Summer" edition plus the best hits from throughout the year.

Every So Fresh album since 2000 has gone to No. 1 on the ARIA Chart Compilation Albums chart. 10 of the So Fresh compilations released have sold well over 140,000 copies (Double Platinum in Australia)[2]. They are the most successful compilation albums in Australian music history.

Discography[edit]

2000 albums[edit]

2001 albums[edit]

2002 albums[edit]

2003 albums[edit]

2004 albums[edit]

2005 albums[edit]

2006 albums[edit]

2007 albums[edit]

2008 albums[edit]

2009 albums[edit]

2010 albums[edit]

2011 albums[edit]

2012 albums[edit]

2013 albums[edit]

  • So Fresh: The Hits of Summer 2013 + The Best of 2012
  • So Fresh: The Hits of Autumn 2013
  • So Fresh: The Hits of Winter 2013
  • So Fresh: The Hits of Spring 2013

2014 albums[edit]

2015 albums[edit]

2016 albums[edit]

2017 albums[edit]

  • So Fresh: The Hits of Summer 2017 + The Best of 2016
  • So Fresh: The Hits of Autumn 2017
  • So Fresh: The Hits of Winter 2017
  • So Fresh: The Hits of Spring 2017

2018 albums[edit]

  • So Fresh: The Hits Of Summer 2018 + The Best Of 2017
  • So Fresh: The Hits Of Autumn 2018
  • So Fresh: The Hits Of Winter 2018

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sofresh - Help". 2001-10-21. Retrieved 2018-06-13. 
  2. ^ "We've Done The Maths And Australia Is Still Buying Shitloads Of 'So Fresh' Albums". Junkee. 2017-11-10. Retrieved 2018-06-11.