Hillsong Live Makes Local And UK Impact

9 July 2012 | 3:56 pm | Scott Fitzsimons

But Karise Eden is still untouchable this week.

Australian megachurch Hillsong Live enjoyed the highest debut on the ARIA Album Charts this week, with Cornerstone coming in a two, behind the currently un-touchable Karise Eden's The Voice compilation My Journey.

The latest in a long list of successful albums for the Sydney-based church, their built-in religious audience extends to America and the United Kingdom. This week Cornerstone cracked the UK charts, entering at 99.

Back home it gives local acts the top three positions, with Keith Urban's The Story So Far holding third.

The Offspring debuted at seven this week with Days Go By, one better than The Smashing Pumpkins' debut of eight last week with Oceania (26 this week).

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On the metal front, Periphery have impressed this week with their record Periphery II coming at aty 46 (31 on the digital charts).

X-Factor discovery Reece Mastin went straight to the top of the Singles charts this week, with new single Shout It Out. Fun. hit their highest spot of two with track Some Nights in this the track's third week.