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The drama is building as to whether or not Destiny’s Child’s "Survivor," which streets tomorrow, will sell more than "All For You" in its first week.

WEEK IN PREVIEW: IT'S
"ALL FOR YOU"!

With A Margin Of Error Acceptable To
Navy Bombers
Janet, Janet, Janet, Janet, Janet, Janet: Repeat that phrase about 100,000 times and you’ll have a good idea of just how big Janet Jackson’s new album is.

Miss Jackson’s—we have to call her that, we’re nasty—latest Virgin set, "All For You," will debut at the top of this week’s album chart with sales approaching the 600k mark.

The drama is building as to whether or not Destiny’s Child’s "Survivor," which streets tomorrow, will sell more in its first week. But you don’t need us (or Billboard Bulletin) to tell you that.

Elsewhere on this week’s chart, look for Tim McGraw to land at #2 and a Top 10 debut for Def Soul/IDJ’s Case. At presstime, Universal’s Bee Gees were fighting it out with Ruff Ryder/Interscope’s surging Eve for the #10 spot, so check the Building Album Sales Chart early and often.

Other movers are the "Bridget Jones’ Diary" ST (Island/IDJ) and DreamWorksNelly Furtado.

Our crystal-ballers tell us that Aerosmith and Mandy Moore will be the two Most Added records at Pop this week.

Boom.

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