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iTUNES CHARTS: Hey kids, it’s changeover time again, and Fall Out Boy leads a field of seven debut albums into the Top 10, the lone holdovers—for the moment, at least—being Justin Timberlake, Paramore and Tyga. It’s no surprise to find Kid Cudi at #2, but we didn’t expect to see indie Christian rapper Andy Mineo in the #3 slot. The other surprises are Diplo’s Major Lazer at #8 and indie rock band The Summer Set at #9. Neither of these releases is projected to be in next week’s Top 10 debuts, unlike The Yeah Yeah Yeahs and Olly Murs. By contrast, the singles chart contains nothing but the usual suspects except for party crashers Icona Pop, with Luke Bryan this week’s representative from Area Code 615. Looking ahead, keep an eye on PSY's "Gentleman," which has moved up to #12. (4/16a)

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