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DOWNLOAD THIS: RCA's Britney Spears leaps to the top of the iTunes album heap this morning with her brand-spankin'-new set, Britney Jean. Several holiday titles predominate, notably PTXmas from Madison Gate's Penatatonix, who hold on to the #2 post, though Sony Nashville' s Jake Owen makes a noteworthy showing with an album that apparently doesn't include any carols. Disney's Frozen soundtrack, meanwhile, has the blockbuster flick's chilly wind in its sails. On the singles side, "Timber" is on top, and Glassnote's Childish Gambino takes two places with tracks from his puckishly titled because the internet. Justin Bieber's song of the week, "Change Me" (Island/IDJ), which debuted at #1 yesterday, remains in the Top 5, while OneRepublic's "Counting Stars" (Mosley/Interscope), A Great Big World's "Say Something" (Black Magnetic/Epic)  and other chart holdovers hunker down for the holidays. Click the graphic to make the chart huge, in case your reading glasses aren't handy.  (12/3a)

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