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HITS LIST: SIGNS OF A
WHOLE NEW DEAL
The sounds of a brighter day to come? (1/16a)
RAINMAKERS:
STEVE COOPER
Turnaround specialist becomes a music man. (1/15a)
BIG CHANGES AT RCA: EDGE UPS PITTS TO PREZ, FLECK TO COO; RICCITELLI TO EXIT
Recalibrating for changing tastes. (1/15a)
DANGEROUS TIMES: A CONVERSATION WITH MORGAN WALLEN
As his song says, "Livin' the Dream." (1/14a)
ACADEMY AND DUGAN
DUE TO SETTLE?
A messy divorce nears its resolution. (1/15a)
RAINMAKERS
Bring your umbrella.
GRAMMYS: WHERE TO FROM HERE?
After the snubs, the show.
HOW TO FIND 11,780 VOTES
It's the way all the biggest mob bosses did it.
MOVING THE NEEDLE
When vaccination schedules and touring schedules meet.
Blighty Beat
U.K. CHARTS: REY'S F*#!ING #1
9/6/19

Lana Del Rey registered her fourth U.K. #1 album as Norman F**king Rockwell (Polydor) shoots to the top slot in its debut week. Ed Sheeran, who has the #2 album, continues to rule the singles side of the Official U.K. Chart thanks to a new remix.

Del Rey finished with 12,000 more sales than Sheeran’s No 6 Collaborations Project (Atlantic). Two-thirds of her tally came from physical sales; No 6 Collaborations Project is the week's most streamed album.

Tool returns to the Official Albums Chart for the first time in more than 13 years, with Fear Inoculum (Music for Nations) going in at #4, while the 25th anniversary reissue of Oasis' debut Definitely Maybe (Big Brother) lands at #6.

The solo debut from Kasabian’s Serge Pizzorno, The S.L.P. (Sony), is #7 followed by British rapper Kano’s Hoodies All Summer (Parlophone) at #8. Sheryl Crow returns to the Top 10 for the first time in 16 years with her final album Threads (Big Machine) at #10.

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