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TIM & FAITH AND TAYLOR, OH MY

The week’s most substantial debut is The Rest of Our Life, the joint set from Arista Nashville supercouple Tim McGraw & Faith Hill. That album, which looks headed for a bow in the neighborhood of triple digits, is all but assured a #2 SPS chart debut—right behind the returning champ, Big Machine’s Taylor Swift, who just topped our chart with 1.29m.

How will reputation fare in its second #1 week, following the undisputed Queen of American Pop's record-setting fourth million-plus bow? Will its falloff mirror that of predecessor 1989, which dropped by 75% in week two? Could Thanksgiving shoppers make that decline less steep? How will her historic numbers affect her Grammy odds? Don’t touch that dial. 

In the meantime, let’s see how Tim and Faith are looking. Apart from gorgeous, we mean:

Tim McGraw & Faith Hill (Arista Nashville) 95-110k SPS, 90-105k album

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