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YOUR WEEKLY MARKETSHARE SCOREBOARD: Hey kids, let’s mix some metaphors! Columbia rolled another strike during the most recent completed sales week, and if this latest frontline application won’t protect Rob Stringer or his staff from fleas and ticks (see what we did there, pet owners?), Big Red is maintaining a healthy lead in this horse race. Primary contributors to the 10+ piece of the pie were the debuting Broken Bells (#5, 42.6k) and Little Mix (#6, 40.4k), along with the long legs of Beyoncé (#7, 37.4k), while John Legend (#25, 11.4k) and Daft Punk (#29, 10.7k) continued to ride the post-Grammy wave. Bruce Springsteen (#41, 7.6k) gave Columbia six Top 50 finishers. All in all, not a bad week’s work. (2/12a)

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