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Official New Zealand Music Chart - 23 Dec 2007.

Official New Zealand Music Chart - Week to Sunday 23 December 2007

See the full Christmas edition of the Official New Zealand Music Chart at the link below.

Top 40 Albums - Week To Sunday, 23 December 2007

This Last Weeks
Week Week In Title Artist Label/Dist

1 1 6 Mothership Led Zeppelin Rhino/Warner
2 2 8 Long Road Out Of Eden: Deluxe Edition The Eagles Universal
3 4 3 The Man, The Legend Prince Tui Teka SBME
4 3 9 Outrageous Fortune: Westside Rules Various WEA/Warner
5 8 30 Second Hand Planet OpShop Siren/EMI
6 5 8 Vivere: The Best Of Andrea Bocelli Universal
7 6 3 Christmas With Boney M Boney M SBME
8 13 11 Exile On Mainstream matchbox twenty WEA/Warner
9 7 8 A New World Will Martin Universal
10 9 14 Forever Luciano Pavarotti Universal
11 11 67 FutureSex / LoveSounds: Deluxe Edition Justin Timberlake SBME
12 12 38 Shock Value Timbaland Universal
13 10 19 High School Musical 2 OST High School Musical Cast Disney/EMI
14 14 19 One Chance: Christmas Edition Paul Potts SBME
15 15 6 Greatest Hits David Gray WEA/Warner
16 26 2 All Time Greatest Jim Reeves SBME
17 19 6 As I Am Alicia Keys SBME
18 16 8 The Ultimate Collection Whitney Houston SBME
19 17 9 Ultimate Santana Santana SBME
20 18 13 Echoes, Silence, Patience And Grace Foo Fighters SBME
21 20 14 All The Lost Souls James Blunt WEA/Warner
22 28 11 In Swings The Tide Anika Moa EMI
23 24 7 Exclusive Chris Brown SBME
24 23 6 Taking Chances Celine Dion SBME
25 22 32 Minutes To Midnight Linkin Park WEA/Warner
26 25 6 Still On Top: Greatest Hits Van Morrison Universal
27 21 5 Reasons For Voyaging Atlas Elements/Warner
28 29 45 Albertine: Deluxe Edition Brooke Fraser SBME
29 27 3 Elizabeth Marvelly Elizabeth Marvelly EMI
30 30 6 Greatest Hits Spice Girls Virgin/EMI
31 34 10 KORA KORA KORA/Border
32 37 29 Back To Black: Deluxe Edition Amy Winehouse Universal
33 reentry 111 The Joshua Tree: 20th Anniversary Edition U2 Universal
34 33 7 Raising Sand Robert Plant And Alison Krauss Universal
35 31 9 Complete Clapton Eric Clapton Universal
36 reentry 25 Long Player Hollie Smith Soundsmith/EMI
37 38 18 Say What You're Thinking Katchafire Katchafire/EMI
38 35 7 Back Home Westlife SBME
39 32 4 Love: The Album Cliff Richard EMI
40 36 28 Good Girl Gone Bad: Collector's Edition Rihanna Universal

Chart compiled by Media Sauce Ltd.

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