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Does any current release have a prayer of surpassing Tomlin on next week's chart?

ONE-DAYS: IT'S TOMLIN, AND THAT'S THE TRUTH

Contemporary Christian Act Could Hit #1 Next Week; Hollywood Undead, Black Veil Brides Among Other Debuts
It's entirely possible that contemporary Christian  artist Chris Tomlin could score the #1 spot next week with his sixsteps/Sparrow release Burning Lights, which looks set for at 60-65k bow. Does any current release have a prayer of surpassing him on next week's chart? Uh, ask us later.

What about the week's other debuts? We're glad you asked. Hollywood Undead (A&M/Octone) should scare up 50-55k, while Black Veil Brides (Republic) are expected to conjure 45-50k. Celt-punk stalwarts Dropkick Murphys (Dropkick Murphys) are on track for a mosh-worthy 28-33k, while Conor Maynard (Capitol) is looking to start in the 12-15k range.

Stay tuned for more numbers and boldfaced names very soon. Love you. Mean it.

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