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DOWNLOAD THIS: This Turnover Tuesday morning, with few West Coast consumer votes tallied, reflects a momentary disruption of the status quo as an array of new releases rush into the Top 10 for a brief flurry of activity. This state of flux is abetted by pricing; apart from the 16-track Stevie Nicks retrospective, nothing in the Top 10 is priced above $9.99, and four are in the $6.99-$7.99 range. In any case, a few newcomers are showing more staying power, such as Columbia's Hozier and Glassnote's Childish Gambino; Republic's Weezer, meanwhile, carries forward our morning rock theme (as does Mötley Crüe bassist Nikki Sixx's side project, Sixx:A.M., likely to enjoy a briefer stay). Nashville acts top both sides, with Republic Nashville's Florida Georgia Line catching "Fire" with their latest instant-grat track and Broken Bow's Jason Aldean ruling the album roost. While there's typically less disruption on the track side, we note Republic's German Alt duo Milky Chance is newly making its presence felt.  (10/7a)

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