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Other big debuts this week come from Philips'
Andrea Bocelli
and Columbia's John Mellencamp.
WEEK IN PREVIEW: AMERICA
GETS CONSUMERS' BLESSING
Columbia Tribute, Enya Compete for #1, While Ozzy Is Top Debut
Following a weekend of tributes to this great land of ours, it's fitting that Columbia's God Bless America, a tribute to this great land of ours, is in the middle of race for the top of the album chart. Stand up and say the pledge of allegiance right now.

OK. Also in contention for #1 is Reprise's Enya. Epic's new Ozzy Osbourne is the top debut.

It is our patriotic duty to report that other big debuts this week come from Philips' Andrea Bocelli and Columbia's John Mellencamp.

In the radio world, our Top 40 geniuses tell us that Nelly, Bubba Sparxxx and Evan & Jaron will have big add weeks. PoMo should see Kid Rock, the Strokes and Gorillaz reigning supreme and at Active Rock Ozzy and Hoobastank will, er, rock. The Nobelists at JAMZ say Jay-Z's "Girls, Girls, Girls" is the bee's knees. In tha mix at Mix Show land, two Dr. Dre tracks, "Bad Intentions" and the Snoop collaboration from The Wash ST, are break-
ing, as is the track from the Dungeon Family supergroup.

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