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As for the state of last week's debuts, check out the second-week sales for Interscope's Enrique Iglesias. Muy bueno.
WEEK IN PREVIEW: SHE'S BAAAAAAAACK!!!
Britney's 700k Return, Pink Floyd Does Its Best, Dre/Snoop Come Out in The Wash and More
She's a bit older, admittedly more sexy and she doesn't want you to treat her like a little girl anymore.

But who cares about any of that? How much will she sell?

Britney Spears' newest Jive release, ingeniously titled Britney, is a lock to debut in the top spot of this week's Top 50 Albums chart, with the final tally looking like it will be north of 700K. That ain't child's play.

Meanwhile, look for Capitol's Pink Floyd best-of set to make a very healthy chart debut. Also debuting on this week's chart are Jive's Petey Pablo, MCA Nashville's George Strait, Aftermath/Interscope's soundtrack to The Wash, Bad Boy/Arista's Faith Evans and J's Angie Stone.

As for the state of last week's debuts, check out the second-week sales for Interscope's Enrique Iglesias. Muy bueno.

Over in the magical land of Top 40, Janet Jackson's newest Virgin single, "Son of a Gun" will turn radio Einsteins into adding machines, while Atlantic's Craig David, Interscope's No Doubt and Wind Up's Creed are all having solid closeout weeks.

The always-revealing Post Modern radio gods have revealed that Wind Up's Drowning Pool will receive the most PoMo love this week although Pete Yorn continues to receive the most love in the HITS offices.

And if this week's chart action isn't enough to make you feel warm and fuzzy, check out what's streeting Tuesday: Garth Brooks, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Jewel, live Radiohead, Rob Zombie, Shakira, Natalie Merchant, Ghostface Killah and more.

In a related story, we still like it when you treat us like a little girl.

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