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YOUR NEW RELEASES:
Just in time for Halloween, horror-rockers Slipknot will be at the front of the line for chart treats next week. The great Neil Diamond, meanwhile, is set for a strong bow with an appreciably gentler, though no less autumnal, new album. That said, Christmas is already in the air—and there’s something for every stocking in the latest assortment of Q4 releases. A cappella fivesome Pentatonix are truly bringing the frankincense and myrrh, as their Yuletide full-length gets off to a holly, jolly start. Here are this week's key debuts: 

Slipknot (Roadrunner) 100-110k
Neil Diamond (Capitol) 70-80k
Logic (Def Jam) 65-70k
T.I. (Grand Hustle/Columbia) 65-70k
Little Big Town (Capitol Nashville) 30-35k
Pentatonix (RCA) 28-32k
Annie Lennox (Blue Note) 24-27k
Aretha Franklin (RCA) 21-24k
Susan Boyle (SYCO/Columbia) 16-18k
Ben Howard (Island) 12-14k

Speaking of Halloween, if you’re visited by a trick-or-treater who bears a striking resemblance to a slovenly music-trade editor of a certain age, it’s just a kid in an adorable costume. Fill up that bag, stat. (10/22a)

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