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The Top 5 will be rounded out by a trio of Sony Music acts, giving Rob Stringer's team a whopping four of them (and Steve Barnett's Columbia three).

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With no new complete chart this week, HITS nevertheless plows forward with its Top 15, which will once again be headed by Big Machine's Taylor Swift, whose Speak Now should do between 275-300k to remain at #1. That will top her total of 255k last week and bring her cumulative sales to a warming 2.9 million.

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's Susan Boyle will remain at #2 with The Gift logging in another 250-275k, bringing her total to 1.9 million and counting.
The Top 5 will be rounded out by a trio of Sony Music acts, giving Rob Stringer's team a whopping four of them (and Steve Barnett's Columbia three), including Epic's posthumous Michael Jackson album and a pair of Columbia releases in Glee Cast Christmas and Jackie Evancho, with all three in the 140-160k range.
The week's top debut goes to yet another Sony act, this one from outgoing chief Barry Weiss' RCA/Jive Label Group team in Jamie Foxx's J/RMG release, Best Night of My Life, bowing at #6, tallying between 130-150k.
Geffen's Keyshia Cole album, Calling All Hearts, notches the only other Top 10 debut at #9, sporting an estimated total of 120-140k, with Def Jam/IDJ's Rihanna at #7 (130-150k), Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Motown's Nicki Minaj at #8 and Shady/Aftermath/ Interscope multiple Grammy nominee Eminem's resurgent Recovery rounding out the Top 10, the latter two both looking at a total between 120-140k.
Interscope's Keri Hilson debuts just outside at #11 with 90-110k, followed by Reprise's Josh Groban, Jive/JLG's R. Kelly, Atlantic's Kid Rock and Capitol/EMI's Katy Perry completing the Top 15, all four slated to sell between 90-100k apiece.


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