Adele's 21 holds on to the top position on the second Albums Chart of 2012. Chisu's Kun valaistun climbs up to number two as Nightwish's Imaginaerum falls down to number three. Erin's Hunningolla stays on the fourth place as does Lauri Tähkä with his debut album Polte at number five and Tuure Kilpeläinen ja Kaihon Karavaani with Erämaa at number six. Nickelback reaches a new peak position for Here and Now as it reaches #7 this week. Kari Tapio has this week's second biggest leap as Laulaja 1945-2010 jumps from 41 to 25, only the children's album Kaikkien Aikojen Paras Lastenlevy makes a bigger leap from 50 to 32. Hillbilly Flatbox, with the self-titled Hillbilly Flatbox, is this week's highest new entry at #14 with The Black Keys' El Camino at #38 being the only other new release on the chart.
Adele returns to the top of the Singles Chart with Someone Like You, with Rolling in the Deep joining it at number two and Set Fire to the Rain at number seven. Chisu's Kohtalon oma is at third place. Last week's number-one Lord Est feat. Mikael Gabriel's Vuosi vaihtuu took a dive as was expected and fell down to eight. Flo Rida feat. Sia with Wild Ones is the highest new entry at #6 - it's Flo Rida's tenth singles chart entry, but so far not a single week on the albums chart. Haloo Helsinki! get their third singles chart entry with Jos mun pokka pettää - the previous entries are Maailman toisella puolen (#3, 17/2011) and Kuule minua (#9, 41/2011). The third and last new entry in Top 20 is One Direction with What Makes You Beautiful at #20.
The Top 20 of the Singles Chart and The Official Download Chart are again exactly the same, which means that the positions 21-30 on the Download Chart is an extension of the singles chart. There we find three new entries and one long delayed re-entry. The new ones are Pitbull feat. Chris Brown with International Love at #27, Lana Del Rey with Born to Die at #28 (her previous single Video Games stopped at #26 in December) and Olly Murs feat. Rizzle Kicks with Heart Skips A Beat at #30. The curious re-entry is Leona Lewis' Run which most likely returns to the chart at #26 due to her performing it on The X Factor Final that was shown on Finnish TV during the previous week.