Posted by on Monday, August 1st, 2016



Sony Music Entertainment Australia is extremely excited to announce that Human Nature’s brand new album GIMME SOME LOVIN’: JUKEBOX VOL II, has debuted at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart.

With a career that has spanned over 26 years and 12 albums, this release celebrates their fourth #1 in Australia alongside COUNTDOWN 99, REACH OUT: THE MOTOWN RECORD and DANCING IN THE STREET (2006). Human Nature have garnered over 26 platinum awards, 17 top 40 hits and five top 10 hits worldwide, with album sales in excess of two million in Australia alone.

Human Nature’s smooth vocals and flawless harmonies have skyrocketed their popularity and success on the Las Vegas Strip for the last seven years. Together, the four entertainers – Toby Allen, Phil Burton and brothers Andrew and Michael Tierney – are undeniably one of the world’s greatest pop vocal groups. Their brand new #1 album GIMME SOME LOVIN’: JUKEBOX VOL II features some of popular music’s classic songs –‘Be My Baby’, ‘Why Do Fools Fall In Love’, ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’’ – and is the follow-up to their chart topping multi-platinum album, JUKEBOX.

A major turning point in their career began in 2005, when they released REACH OUT: THE MOTOWN RECORD.  As the name suggests, it was a collection of MOTOWN classics like ‘My Girl’, ‘Baby I Need Your Lovin’ and ‘I’ll Be There’. The album topped the charts and sold cover 400-thousand copies in Australia (over 6 x platinum).

With tickets on sale now for Human Nature The Ultimate Jukebox Tour, this brand new production is the group’s biggest national tour to date, taking audiences on an unforgettable journey through 60 years of music and the guys’ 26 year career with two hours of entertainment. Starting with the classics of the Doo-Wop era, Human Nature, their seven piece band and dancers will pay tribute to the legends of Pop, Motown & Soul, bring to life their own chart topping songs as well as carrying influences through to today’s breakout sensations. They’ll even bring out your inner teenage fan girl with their original boyband hits and other favourites that’ll have the ladies swooning. Anticipate everything from ‘Under the Boardwalk’ to ‘Uptown Funk’. Everyone will be dancing in their seats and singing along to the ultimate playlist LIVE in this two hour spectacular. Human Nature are a class act.


Thursday 2 February: Geelong Arena, Geelong

Friday 3 February: Margaret Court Arena, Melbourne

Sunday 5 February, Derwent Entertainment Centre, Hobart

Tuesday 7 February, Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide

Friday 10 February, AIS Arena, Canberra

Saturday 11 February, ICC Sydney Theatre, ICC Sydney

Monday 13 February, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre, Brisbane

Wednesday 15 February, Newcastle Entertainment Centre, Newcastle

Thursday 16 February, Jupiters Theatre, Gold Coast

Saturday 18 February, Perth Arena, Perth

For all ticketing information for shows, head to and for Hobart information head to


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Two chart topping debuts for this week’s ARIA Charts:

Major Lazer Featuring Justin Bieber & MØ takes singles honours, and Human Nature triumphs with their fourth Number One album! 


Top 5: 

  1. Major Lazer Feat. Justin Bieber & MØ ‘Cold Water’ (debut)
  2. Illy Feat. Vera Blue ‘Papercuts’
  3. Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna ‘This Is What You Came For’
  4. Drake Feat. Wizkid & Kyla ‘One Dance’
  5. Shawn Mendes ‘Treat You Better’ 

Singles Chartifacts

#1: Major Lazer Feat. Justin Bieber & MØ ‘Cold Water’ (debut) – With the first single from their forthcoming fourth album Music Is the Weapon, American electronic trio Major Lazer have scored their second #1 on the ARIA Singles Chart. The group’s first chart appearance since ‘Be Together’ (#33 Nov. ’15) comes just over a year on from their first #1, ‘Lean On’ (#1 Apr. ’15). As well as being co-written by track’s featured artists, Justin Bieber and MØ, one of the other co-writers is Ed Sheeran.

#2: Illy Feat. Vera Blue ‘Papercuts’ – After becoming Illy’s first top ten last week, ‘Papercuts’ makes a jump of six spots in its third week in the top 50 to hit #2.

#10: Anne-Marie ‘Alarm’ – A move of two places gives Anne-Marie her first ever top ten single. Previous single ‘Do It Right’ peaked at #22 in May.

#39: Mike Perry ‘The Ocean’ (debut) – Swedish DJ/producer Mike Perry makes his top 50 debut with ‘The Ocean’. Perry, whose real name is Mikael Persson, produces music alongside his day job, which is servicing Volvo diesel car engines in Skövde, Sweden.

#42: Jonas Blue ‘Perfect Strangers’ (debut) – After topping the chart with ‘Fast Car’ (#1 Feb. ’16), British producer Jonas Blue returns to the top 50 with ‘Perfect Strangers’. Like its predecessor, the single has peaked at #2 in the UK. 


Top 5:

  1. Human Nature ‘Gimme Some Lovin’: Jukebox Vol. II’ (debut)
  2. Flume ‘Skin’
  3. The Avalanches ‘Wildflower’
  4. Adele ‘25’
  5. Delta Goodrem ‘Wings Of The Wild’

Albums Chartifacts

#1: Human Nature ‘Gimme Some Lovin’: Jukebox Vol. II’ (debut) – Sydney quartet Human Nature pick up their fourth #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart with Gimme Some Lovin’ (Jukebox Vol. II). The follow-up to Jukebox (#2 Nov. ’14) is the group’s thirteenth studio album and their first #1 since Dancing In The Streets: The Songs Of Motown II (#1 Oct. ’06). The new album features covers of tracks originally recorded by The Beatles, The Beach Boys, The Spencer Davis Group and Sam Cook, amongst others. Human Nature has also topped the ARIA Albums Chart with Counting Down (#1 May ’99), Dancing In The Streets: The Songs Of Motown II (#1 Dec. ’05).

Gimme Some Lovin’ (Jukebox Vol. II) is the thirteenth Australian #1 on the ARIA Albums Chart in 2016.

#2: Flume ‘Skin’ – A jump of 13 spots for the former #1 following Flume’s headline slot at last weekend’s Splendour In The Grass. It’s Skin’s ninth straight week in the top 50 and sixth week overall in the top ten.

#7: Keith Urban ‘Ripcord’ – Since debuting at #1 in May, Ripcord hasn’t left the top ten (including a second week at #1). In its twelfth week in the top ten, Keith Urban’s third #1 album has moved back up from #10 to #7.

#8: Periphery ‘Periphery III: Select Difficulty’ (debut) – American prog-metal band Periphery snare their fifth top 50 appearance with Periphery III: Select Difficulty. The group’s fifth studio album is their first to chart in the top ten, taking over from Juggernaut: Alpha (#22 Feb. ’15) as their highest charting album in Australia.

#22: Matt Corby ‘Telluric’ – After eight weeks out of the top 50, Matt Corby’s debut album returns to the top 50 for a twelfth week. The former #1’s resurgence comes on the back of Corby’s Splendour In The Grass set.

Streaming Singles

Top 5:

  1. Major Lazer Feat. Justin Bieber & MØ ‘Cold Water’ (debut)
  2. Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla ‘One Dance’
  3. Calvin Harris Feat. Rihanna ‘This Is What You Came For’
  4. Drake Feat. Rihanna ‘Too Good’
  5. Shawn Mendes ‘Treat You Better’ 

For all the ARIA Charts go to at 6pm Saturday

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The national ARIA Chart is Australia’s pre-eminent music chart representing a broad cross section of retail outlets. More than 1200 music retailers, including department stores, chain stores, independent retailers, streaming outlets, and digital providers contribute their data to ARIA to ensure that comprehensive charts are compiled across various genres and categories during any given week.

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