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J.Lo's return wasn't the only booty shaking up this week's Top Five. Arista's Barry Manilow—that's right, we said ARISTA'S BARRY MANILOW—debuted at a whopping #3.
J.LO'S BACK!!!
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She came, she remixed, she conquered. Epic's J.Lo made a monumental return to the album chart this week, as her collection of remixes debuted solidly at #1.

"What can you say about this artist?" queried HMV's Jeff Davidson, who's always good for a compelling retailer quote. "J.Lo really sold well for us this week."

Of course, J.Lo's return wasn't the only booty shaking up this week's Top Five. Arista's Barry Manilow—that's right, we said ARISTA'S BARRY MANILOW—debuted at a whopping #3, thanks to the ultimate TV campaign for the Ultimate Manilow.

"What can you say about this artist?" queried Davidson, as he tuned to coverage of his favorite Olympic sport, curling. "Barry really sold well for us this week."

Other impressive debuts include: BNA's Now-like compilation, Totally Country, at #11 and Epic's live Sade package at #12.

And, as long as we're talking impressive, check out the HUGE sales increase for U2's All That You Can't Leave Behind. Can you say, "Millions and millions of brain-numbed Americans mindlessly tuning into a football game and getting exposed to what some are calling the best rock & roll performance on television ever"?

"What can you say about this band?" queried HMV's Davidson. "U2 really sold well for us this week."

Besides J.Lo at #1, and Barry at #3, this week's Top Five is rounded out by Arista Nashville's Alan Jackson at #2, Wind-up's Creed at #4 and Warner Bros.' Linkin Park at #5.

"What can you say about this story?" queried Davidson. "Billboard is really going to sell well this week."

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