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NEW RELEASES: STATION IDENTIFICATION

Sir Paul McCartney should score for the week's biggest debut with his latest Capitol set, Egypt Station, but it appears that Eminem will repeat at #1. 

Paul McCartney (Capitol) 115-125k total activity, 110-120k album
Lauren Daigle (Centricity/Capitol Music Group) 90-100k, 85-90k
Russ (Columbia) 70-80k, 55-60k
$uicideBoy$ (G59/Caroline) 40-50k, 30-35k
Clutch (Weathermaker) 22-25k, 21-24k

We also note strong bows for singer/songwriter Lauren Daigle, whose Look Up Child is currently #1 at iTunes and whose track "You Say" has been a brisk, steady seller, not to mention Columbia's Russ and Caroline's $uicideboy$, both of which are also on the digital sales leaderboard.

We now return you to your Monday recovery from a weekend football overdose.

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