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TOP 10 TRACKS OF THE WEEK: The indie engines that could—Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Baauer—are looking down at the field from their present perches at the top of the sales chart. While “Thrift Shop” slipped by 12% after breaking 400k a week earlier, “Harlem Shake” grew by 13%, so their positions could conceivably be reserved on next week’s chart. Bruno Mars’ latest single was up 6%, moving it up a slot to #3, while One Direction entered the Top 10 in its second week behind a 16% jump from #16. 

1. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, “Thrift Shop” – 364k
2. Baauer, “Harlem Shake” – 297k
3. Bruno Mars, “When I Was Your Man” – 229k
4. Rihanna f/Mikky Ekko, “Stay” – 213k
5. Drake, “Started From the Bottom” – 152k
6. will.i.am f/Britney Spears, “Scream & Shout” – 140k
7. Justin Timberlake f/Jay-Z, “Suit & Tie” – 135k
8. One Direction, “One Way or Another” – 135k
9. Taylor Swift, “I Knew You Were Trouble” – 133k
10. Alicia Keys, “Girl on Fire” – 109k  

The Lumineers’ “Ho Hey” slipped to #11, moving 108k, Imagine Dragons’ exploding “Radioactive” jumped #24-13 on 103k (+75%) and Nelly steered “Hey Porsche” to a #15 debut, winding up just a few hundred units from 100k. (2/28a)

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