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DOWNLOAD THIS:  After a week-long reign by "Rap God," "Royals" rules the roost on the singles side of the iTunes chart, while Lava/Republic's teen wonder Lorde also retains the #3 album spot, testimony to her continued sales strength.  Of course, Capitol's Katy Perry, who'll rule next week's Album Sales Chart, tops the album roundup, while her "Roar" stays a loud #2 on the singles side. Mosley/Interscope's OneRepublic continues reaching for the "Stars," meanwhile, and "The Fox" seems to have lost none of its vulpine novelty. Among the tracks breaking through on the track side  is an edgy tune from Capitol Nashville phenom Eric Church. On the album side, SYCO/Columbia's One Direction flies to #2, and a trio of recently arrived distaff acts—Epic's TLC, SYCO/Epic's Fifth Harmony and Capitol's Tori Kelly—are making their presence felt. (10/25p)

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