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YOUR TOP 15: Nearly half of the Top 15 are new releases—and whether your taste runs to masked metal marauders, pop icons, a cappella carolers, hip-hop comers or Nashville upstarts, there’s something for you. Here’s how we think the top of next week’s chart will look.

*Slipknot (Roadrunner) 100-110k
*Neil Diamond (Capitol) 75-80k
*Logic (Def Jam) 65-70k
*T.I. (Grand Hustle/Columbia) 65-70k
Florida Georgia Line (Republic Nashville) 55-60k
Jason Aldean (Broken Bow) 55-60k
Barbra Streisand (Columbia) 40-45k
*Little Big Town (Capitol Nashville) 30-35k
*Pentatonix (RCA) 30-35k
Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga (Columbia/Interscope) 28-32k
Sam Smith (Capitol) 25-28k
*Annie Lennox (Blue Note) 24-27k
*Aretha Franklin (RCA) 20-23k
Bob Seger (Capitol) 18-21k
Hozier (Columbia) 17-20k

*Debuts

In other news, if Sinead O'Connor does a holiday album, it's unlikely to include a lot of Chanukah songs. (10/23p)

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