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State Of The Music Nation Report

New Zealand Music Industry Commission
T E R E O R E K A O Aotearoa

State Of The Music Nation Report

Time Period: 01 April 2005 > 30 June 2005

This is a quarterly report to provide a snapshot of the NZ music industry. It is a basis for periodic comparison in order to map the growth of the industry and to help publicise the various achievements of NZ musicians and music companies. Some of the categories will change from quarter to quarter. If you would like to be involved in submitting information for these reports, please contact Tom Clark: tom@nzmusic.org.nz


RIANZ CHART FIGURES

[CHART SINGLES]:
POS. TITLE ARTIST LABEL/DISTRIBUTOR
1 MOONSHINE Savage feat. Akon DawnRaid/Universal
2 YOURS TRULY Blindspott Capitol/EMI
3 SUBURBIA STREETS Fast Crew Akrite/Universal
4 SWING Savage DawnRaid/Universal
5 TO THA FLOOR Dei Hamo HiRuys/Universal
6 THE OTHER SIDE Breaks Co-Op Capitol/EMI
7 WHAT YOU HEARD The Checks PieClub/Universal
8 WELCOME HOME Dave Dobbyn SBME
9 SUNSHINE Alphrisk feat. Adeaze Clientele/Universal
10 NO DJZ Beatrootz BlackKeys/King

[CHART ALBUMS]:
1 BASED ON A TRUE STORY Fat Freddy's Drop TheDrop/Rhythm
2 THE SOUND INSIDE Breaks Co-Op Capitol/EMI
3 OUT OF THE MOON Goldenhorse Siren/EMI
4 PLAYGROUND BATTLE: Bonus Edition the feelers WEA/Warner
5 LOVE IS THE NEW HATE Shihad WEA/Warner
6 MOONSHINE Savage DawnRaid/Universal
7 AVAILABLE LIGHT Dave Dobbyn SBME
8 PEGASUS The Phoenix Foundation FMR
9 ON THE SUN The Black Seeds Capitol/EMI
10 EVERYONE IS HERE The Finn Brothers Capitol/EMI

[CHART COMPILATIONS]:
1 GREEN ROOM 004: HOPE Various Loop/Border
2 GOLDEN KIWIS Various EMI
3 CONSCIOUS ROOTS Various Capitol/EMI

[CHART DVDS]:
1 LIVE IN CONCERT Hayley Westenra Universal
2 NATURE'S BEST: A VIDEO SELECTION Various SBME
3 BILLY T JAMES SHOW VOL 1 Billy T James Columbia Tri-Star

IMNZ CHART FIGURES

[IMNZ TOP 10 APRIL 1 - JUNE 30 2005]:
TM ARTIST TITLE LABEL DISTRIBUTOR
1 VARIOUS Green Room 004: Hope LOOP Border
2 SAVAGE Moonshine DawnRaid Universal
3 SHAPESHIFTER Riddim Wise TrueTone Rhythmethod
4 FLY MY PRETTIES Live At Bats LOOP Border
5 TRINITYROOTS Home Land & Sea TrinityRoots Border
6 BAITERCELL AND SCHUMACHER The Wall Of Bass Technique Kog Transmissions Sony BMG
7 KATCHAFIRE Slow-Burning Mai Music Shock
8 KORA EP Volume Kora Border
9 KATCHAFIRE Revival Mai Music Shock
10 DIE! DIE! DIE! Die! Die! Die! Capitalrecordings Sony BMG

ENDS

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