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YE JOLLY OLDE iTUNES U.K. CHARTS: If this Friday snapshot isn’t an anomaly, it appears that UMG has reasserted its dominance after a challenge from the reinvigorated Sony Music. Universal has six of the Top 10 albums at the moment, though two of them are hits compilations. Particular attention should be paid to buzzing singer/songwriter Ben Howard and to McBusted, another one of those cute boy bands the kids are eating up these days, this one of members of established boy bands McFly and Busted, and thus perceived as a supergroup in Britain; Island’s got ’em. Annie Mac, by the way, is an Irish DJ who hosts her own EDM specialty show on BBC Radio 1. Turning to WMG, we had no idea Status Quo was still active. Half of the selections on the singles leaderboard, meanwhile are also stateside hits—six of you count the second instant-grat track from RCA’s Foo Fighters, which is #1 in the U.S. store at the moment this is written. (10/24a)

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