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NEAR TRUTHS: GRANDE, GRAMMY, GRAND TOTALS
The post-Grammy hangover. (2/19a)
THIS CHART STORY BELONGS TO u
A big thank you. (2/18a)
GENDER GAP WIDENS IN THE U.K.
Hitmakers in the U.K. are decidedly male. (2/19a)
FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC
A pair of dynamic duos leads the pack. (2/15a)
HITS LIST KEEPS FALLING ON MY HEAD
These rainmakers are anything but all wet. (2/18a)
THE WINNERS
What the Grammys tell us about a changing landscape.
COMMITTED TO ROCK
The biz players who are determined to get the volume back up.
MANAGEMENT DO-SI-DO
Big changes among big acts.
THE NEW SUPERSTARS
The old pop rules just don't apply.
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: EM'S RULE CONTINUES
9/28/18

Eminem and the Greatest Showman soundtrack have denied independent French act Christine and the Queens a #1 on the U.K.'s Official Albums Chart. Their second album, Chris (Because Music), charts at #3 while Mercury Prize winners Wolf Alice see a 670% sales surge for Visions of a Life (Dirty Hit), which rises to #15.

Eminem has spent a fourth consecutive week at #1 with Kamikaze (Polydor), followed by the Greatest Showman at #2. The second highest new entry behind Christine—who previously peaked at #2 with her debut, Chaleur Humaine—is Slash f/Myles Kennedywith Living the Dream (Roadrunner) at #4.

Suede complete the Top 5 with The Blue Hour (Rhino) at #5, and a Prince demos and rarities album, Piano & A Microphone 1983, enters at #12.

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