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METALLICA AT THE DRIVE-IN: "WE'RE RISK TAKERS"
A peek at how the deal went down. (8/12a)
THE GREAT CATALOG GOLD RUSH
Is mining the past the future? (8/10a)
MAYBE, JUST MAYBE: THROUGH THE FOG
Breaking down the radio charts - or just breaking down. (8/11a)
TOP 20: WAVE ELECTION
Taylor holds firm. (8/12a)
THE BABE & THE MULE
Interscope's co-MVPs (8/7a)
BTS BRINGS IT
They're so dreamy.
VOTE BY MAIL
It's a conspiracy, because everyone does it.
IS IT CHRISTMAS?
No, but we're thinking about cookies.
WOKE MUSIC
Protest songs that sound like now.
Blighty Beat
U.K. MIDWEEKS: THE STREETS
PAVE THE WAY TO #1
7/13/20

The Streets are heading for their first #1 on the U.K.’s Official Albums Chart in 14 years with mixtape None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive (Island). Over on singles, “Come & Go” by Juice WRLD f/Marshmello (Victor Victor/Interscope) is currently the highest new entry at #10.

The Streets are out in front by almost 3,000 chart sales on today’s midweek update, leading on vinyl sales. Juice WRLD’s posthumous album, Legends Never Die, is #2 and rapidly gaining ground—it’s the most-streamed release so far this week.

Australian rock band DMA’S are heading for a peak position in the U.K. with The Glow (Infectious Music) at #3 after selling the most downloads over the weekend. At #4, Laura Marling’s Song For Our Daughter (Chrysalis) is vying to become her sixth consecutive Top 10 album, having arrived on CD and vinyl on Friday. (It reached #22 when released digitally in April.)

Rufus Wainwright could claim his first U.K. Top 10 album in eight years with Unfollow The Rules (BMG) currently at #9.

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