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DOWNLOAD THIS: Only two changes on the iTunes album chart since turnover Tuesday—the returning Jason Aldean and debuting indie rappers Run the Jewels—with the Taylor Swift pre-order locked into #1, where it will remain following Sunday night’s release. The seven debuts include one harbinger of the holidays in Pentatonix's Christmas album. Aside from Swift and Aldean, the  only other non-debut in the Top 10 is second-week entry Florida Georgia Line. Swift also dominates the singles leaderboard, with three entries, though they’ll be absorbed into the album on release. Other points of interest: the Foo Fighters’ second instant-grat cut has been rocking the top perch since being unbundled, and Hozier’s “Take Me to Church” is showing post-Beats staying power. The Irish rookie’s album presently sits just off the board at #11, by the way.  (10/21p)

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