Death From Above, Neil Young and east-coast fave Alvvays have new album debuts this week, but it's The National that has this week's No. 1.
On The Charts
On The Charts
The reunited LCD Soundsystem has a No. 1 North American hit with the album, American Dream.
Taylor Swift has the number one hit song, Queens of the Stone Age has the number one album, and Toronto R&B artist Daniel Caesar debuts at 16 with his debut LP this week.
Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber continue their winning streaks on the Albums, Songs and Streaming charts this week.
Kesha's latest album goes straight to No. 1, but the consumption and sales figures are less than spectacular.
In a week light on blue chip new releases, Ed Sheeran slides back to 1st place on the Albums chart this week.
Arcade Fire has the number one album this week, with Everything Now selling a respectable 50,000 copies out of the box.
Zay-Z is the top gun this week, but Broken Social Scene, the Haims, 21 Savage, and Kesha also place well on the charts this week.
Canada Day helped put the focus on homegrown artists and it shows on the Albums chart this week.
Imagine Dragons score with their third album, and Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee’s summertime hit “Despacito” remains undefeated on the Songs chart.
Nickelback and Lorde are the big winners in this week's Albums chart.