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YOUR TOP 15: Once again, the Frozen soundtrack is poised to challenge the current leader on the next HITS Album Sales Chart. At midweek, the latest in the Now series, #49, still has the edge—but its margin has dwindled significantly since yesterday. Hot on the heels of his Super Bowl half-time performance, Bruno Mars will likely see both of his albums land in the Top 10. Here's how it looks headed into the weekend:

*Now 49 (UMe) 80-85k
Frozen (Walt Disney) 75-80k
Bruno Mars Unorthodox Jukebox (Atlantic) 65-70k
*Toni Braxton & Babyface (Motown) 50-55k
*Broken Bells (Columbia) 40-45k
*Little Mix (Columbia) 35-40k
Lorde (Lava/Republic) 30-35k
2014 Grammy Nominees (Atlantic) 30-35k
Beyoncé (Columbia) 30-35k
Bruno Mars Doo-Wops & Hooligans (New Elektra) 24-27k
Imagine Dragons (KindinaKorner/Interscope) 22-25k
Katy Perry (Capitol) 21-24k
Eminem (Shady/Aftermath/Interscope) 16-18k
Kidz Bop Kids (Razor & Tie) 15-17k
Casting Crowns (Provident) 14-16k

*Debuts

Speaking of frozen, has the horrific weather across much of the nation put a deeper chill on physical sales? Stay tuned. (2/6p)

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