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Here Comes The Caviar - Greg Johnson - Top 40 Albums

New Zealand Artist: Greg Johnson

While many musical fashions and styles have come and gone over the last 30 years, Greg Johnson has consistently maintained a unique style and place in the music world. Quintessentially New Zealand but also universal by nature, his sound and lyrics are both deeply personal while maintaining a broad appeal to his many listeners.

His catalogue of over 300 songs includes many Kiwi classics such as Isabelle, Don’t Wait Another Day, Swagger and Now The Sun is Out with several becoming radio hits in New Zealand and the US.
For more information check out the muzic.net.nz Profile for Greg Johnson
Here Comes The Caviar debuted in the Official New Zealand Top 40 Albums on 18 April 2004. It has been in the Top 40 Albums for six weeks with a highest position of #20. There are eight albums by Greg Johnson in the Top 40 Albums.

Chart placings for Here Comes The Caviar:

Chart Date Chart Rank  
18 Apr 2004 Top 40 Albums 20
19 Apr 2004 Top 40 Albums 21
26 Apr 2004 Top 40 Albums 26
03 May 2004 Top 40 Albums 30
10 May 2004 Top 40 Albums 33
17 May 2004 Top 40 Albums 37

Chart placings by Greg Johnson:

Title Type Debut Weeks Best
Anyone Can Say Goodbye Top 40 Albums 17 Jul 2006 7 17
Beautiful Top 40 Singles 16 Jan 2000 1 48
Beautiful Storm Top 40 Singles 19 Dec 1999 1 26
Exits Top 40 Albums 26 Nov 2012 1 21
Greatest Hits Top 40 Albums 12 Oct 2009 3 24
Here Comes The Caviar Top 40 Albums 18 Apr 2004 6 20
Now The Sun Is Out Top 40 Singles 31 Jul 2006 9 28
Save Yourself Top 40 Singles 19 Jul 2004 8 24
Sea Breeze Motel Top 40 Albums 30 Apr 2000 5 10
Secret Weapon Top 40 Albums 15 Nov 2010 1 15
Seven Day Cure Top 40 Albums 15 Sep 2008 3 20
The Best Yet Top 40 Albums 09 Dec 2001 4 11
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