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SALES UPDATE: DRAKE-FUTURE SNEAK ATTACK WILL DEBUT AT #1

Remember when we told you Lana Del Rey would have a #1 bow with her Honeymoon set? Well, funny story. Drake and Future have ambushed the marketplace with their sneak-attack mixtape and are now positioned to take the #1 spot on Friday's chart by a handy margin. Here's what this week’s key debuts look like:

Drake-Future (Cash Money/Republic-Epic) 450-475k albums, 475-500k SPS
Lana Del Rey (Interscope) 105-110k albums, 115-120k SPS
Mac Miller (Warner Bros.) 65-70k 75k-80k
David Gilmour (Columbia) 65k-70k, 66k-71k
Shinedown (WMG) 58k-63k, 66k-71k
Andy Mineo (Reach) 32k-37k, 35k-40k
Ryan Adams (PaxAmericana/Blue Note) 27k-30k, 28k-32k SPS
Keith Richards (Republic) 27k-30k, 28k-32k
Alabama (BMG) 24-27k, 25-28k
Chris Cornell (UMe) 15k-17k, 16k-18k

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First of all, don't panic.
WHO ORDERED THIS PIZZA?
Seriously, come get it now or we're eating it.
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