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Timberlake scores his third straight week at #1 on the HITS Album Sales chart, moving another 134k, giving him a total topping 1.4 million.
TMBER TIMES THREE
The Band Perry, Tyler the Creator, NKOTB and Killswitch Engage Bow in Top 10
He’s not just doing it with “Mirrors.” RCA Records Chairman of the Board Justin Timberlake scores his third straight week at #1 on the HITS Album Sales chart, moving another 134k, giving him a total topping 1.4 million.

That’s enough to give him the nod over Republic Nashville’s The Band Perry, who debut at #2 with 126k for the new album, Pioneer.

Columbia rap provocateur Tyler, the Creator, part of L.A.’s notorious Odd Future posse, scores at #3 with his third album, and major label bow, Wolf, at #3, sporting a nifty total of nearly 90k.

WB Nashville’s Blake Shelton (#4) and Young Money/Cash Money/Republic hip-hop icon Lil Wayne (#5) remain in the Top 5 in their second weeks.

The Block/Boston Five’s New Kids on the Block album enters at #6, while the other Top 10 newcomer, Roadrunner’s Killswitch Engage, lands at #7.

KidinaKorner/Interscope’s Imagine Dragons (#8), RCA’s P!nk (#9) and Atlantic’s Bruno Mars (#10) complete the sales leaders.

Other new Top 50 entries include Epitaph’s Bring Me the Horizon (#11) and Alkaline Trio (#23), Capitol’s digital release of Let It Be…Naked (#24), Zinepak’s 2013 ACM Awards Zinepak (#38) and ATO’s John Denver tribute, The Music Is You (#40).

Verve’s Andrea Bocelli (#41), 19/Arista Nashville’s Carrie Underwood (#43), Glassnote’s Mumford & Sons Sigh No More (#48) and Atlantic’s Bruno Mars Doo-Wops & Hooligans (#49) all re-enter.

Capitol Nashville’s Little Big Town (#47-34, +9%) is the week’s biggest gainer, followed by Big Machine/R epublic’s Florida Georgia Line (#21-13, +8%), Dualtone’s The Lumineers (#29-19, +5%), Aftermath/Interscope’s Kendrick Lamar (#42-28, +4%) and Mercury Nashville’s Kacey Musgraves (#30-21, +2%).

Arista Nashville’s Brad Paisley tops this week’s new release chart, with Atlantic’s Paramore and Stone Sour, Capitol Nashville’s Eric Church, Cash Money/Republic’s Tyga, WB’s Device, Republic’s Volbeat and Mercury/IDJ’s U.K. phenom Jake Bugg also on tap.

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