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DOWNLOAD THIS: While the iTunes singles Top 10 hasn't changed much, apart from the return of Lorde and the Valentine's vault of John Legend to #3 with relentless  love ballad "All of Me," a $6.99 sale has momentarily reshaped the albums leaderboard. Eric Church, Frozen and Beyoncé stand their ground, but consumers couldn't refuse a bargain on current megastars like JT and Miley or classic acts such as Journey and Bob Marley. Outside the Top 10, the deal has catapulted albums by Drake, Lana Del Rey, Fall Out Boy and the Wicked soundtrack, among others. (2/14p)

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