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Biggest winner of the week is LaFace/JLG’s Pink, who literally climbed to the ceiling to catapult i>Funhouse back to #14, where it went up almost 250%.
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Lil Wayne, Nick Jonas, Rob Zombie Bow in Top 10, but It's All About the Grammy Spikes
In a week filled with impressive Grammy spikes, Capitol Nashville’s Lady Antebellum continue to rule the roost, spending a second week at #1 with 200k+ sold, sending the album close to 700k total.

Cash Money/Universal Motown rapper Lil Wayne will have to celebrate the #2 debut of his rock album, Rebirth, with 174k behind bars. After he takes a trip to the dentist, the hip-hop superstar will begin serving his sentence for gun possession. Wouldn’t want to risk that grill in prison.

The week’s other top newcomer is Hollywood’s moonlighting Nick Jonas & the Administration’s Who I Am, a #3 bow numbering 84k, while Roadrunner’s Rob Zombie sequel, Hellbilly Deluxe 2, comes in at #9.

A pair of albums from Jimmy Iovine’s Interscope label, Lady Gaga’s The Fame deluxe edition (#4) and Black Eyed Peas’ resurgent The E.N.D. (#5, +77%) round out the Top 5.

Capitol/EMI’s 2010 Grammy Nominees (#6, +63%), Big Machine’s Taylor Swift (#7, +55%), Columbia’s Susan Boyle (#8) and Atlantic’s Zac Brown Band (#10, +79%) complete the leader board.

Biggest winner of the week is LaFace/JLG’s Pink, who literally climbed to the ceiling to catapult Funhouse back to #14, where it went up almost 250%, thanks to the superstar’s performance of “Glitter in the Air” at the Grammys. 

Columbia six-time winner Beyonce’s I Am… Sasha Fierce leads the other gainers, up a whopping 158%, #39-11, with 19/Arista Nashville’s Carrie Underwood (#29-16, +76%), RCA/RMG’s Kings of Leon (#35-24, +61%) and Roc Nation/Atlantic’s Jay-Z (#37-27) all getting post-Grammy love.

Columbia’s Maxwell (#42), RCA/RMG’s Dave Matthews Band (#47) and New West’s Oscar-nominated Crazy Heart soundtrack (#48) each return to the Top 50.

Epic’s Sade tops the list of releases in-store and online this week, along with MCA Nashville’s Josh Turner, RCA/RMG’s Dave Matthews/Tim Reynolds live album, Atlantic’s Jaheim and Big Machine’s Valentine’s Day soundtrack.

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