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Look for new albums from Atlantic hip-hop star Lupe Fiasco and Columbia’s Glee Vol. 5 to battle for the top spot on next week’s chart.
ADELE AGAIN
Marsha Ambrosius, Dropkick Murphys, Aaron Lewis Bow in Top 10, as U.K. Diva Repeats
After two weeks, XL/Columbia’s Adele is still “Rolling,” as her sophomore album 21 returns to #1, with another 168k in sales, bringing the total over 500k.

Biggest debut goes to J Records/RMG neo-soul singer Marsha Ambrosius, late of the R&B duo Floetry, with her solo debut, Late Nights & Early Mornings, which bows at #2, scoring an impressive 94k.

Glassnote’s still-surging Mumford & Sons (#3), Island/IDJ’s Justin Bieber Never Say Never—the Remixes companion (#4) and Capitol/EMI’s Now 37 (#5) round out the Top Five.

ILG’s self-released Dropkick Murphys album, Going Out in Style, is the other Top 10 newcomer at #6, along with StroudavariousAaron Lewis with his solo country bow, Town Line, which enters at #8.

Bieber’s My World 2.0 (#7) gives the teenpop star two in the Top 7, with New Elektra’s Bruno Mars (#9) and LaFace/JLG’s P!nk (#10, a chart-leading +23%) completing the leader board.

Other new entries include Lost Highway’s Lucinda Williams (#14), Capitol Nashville/EMI’s Luke Bryan (#22), Dangerbird’s Beady Eye (#26), Universal Motown’s Forever the Sickest Kids (#32) and Atlantic’s Lykke Li (#41).

RCA/RMG’s Burlesque soundtrack re-enters at #17, thanks to the DVD release, while Mercury Nashville’s Sugarland (#47) and Universal Republic Nashville’s The Band Perry (#48) also climb back into the Top 50.

Along with P!nk, Atlantic’s Zac Brown Band (#20, +14%) and Kemosabe/RCA/ RMG’s Ke$ha are the top double-digit gainers, followed by Capitol/EMI’s Katy Perry (#16, +8%) and Universal Republic’s Florence + the Machine (#21, +8%).

Look for new albums from Atlantic hip-hop star Lupe Fiasco and Columbia’s Glee Vol. 5 to battle for the top spot on next week’s chart, with Arista/RMG’s Avril Lavigne, Warner Bros.R.E.M., H2O/EMI’s Raekwon and RCA Nashville’s Sara Evans also hitting retail and online sites this week.

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We're virtually stuffing ourselves.
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He's lost 25 out of 26, and so tired of winning!
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