Kylie Minogue will be feeling lucky, lucky, lucky this week, after setting a stunning new record on the UK Charts.
Minogue has become the first solo female artist to have a number one album in the UK across five decades, after her latest album, Disco, went straight to number one this week.
Minogue has managed at least one number album a decade in the UK since her debut in the 1980s.
#Lovers … THANK YOU!!! #DISCO has entered the UK album chart at NUMBER 1!!! I am so grateful and overwhelmed. Disco is all yours and I LOVE that it is now in your hands, hearts and worlds!!! @officialcharts pic.twitter.com/AbYfCSBZYg— Kylie Minogue (@kylieminogue) November 13, 2020
Locally, Six60 is celebrating a record-breaking feat of their own.
The Kiwi band's 2015 album Six60 II The Colours Album has never left the New Zealand Top 40 album charts since it's debut - and this week overtook Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon for the longest stretch in the sharts. defeated a long-held record by Pink Floyd
Dark Side of the Moon has spent a total of 297 weeks in the charts since its release in 1973. Now, Six60's album has spent 298 weeks - achieving the feat in consecutive weeks in less than six years, another record to top Pink Floyd.
Flicks.co.nz editor Steve Newall joined Francesca Rudkin to discuss the records.