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Mid-Weeks

MID-WEEKS FOR MY VALENTINE: Mumford & Sons return to #1 next week, as Grammy winners and performers dominate the top of the chart. The Grammys, Valentine's Day and a $6.99 iTunes sale are all contributing to mid-week projections that may be somewhat more volatile than normal. Here's how it looks headed into the weekend:

Mumford & Sons (Glassnote) 150-160k
2013 Grammy Nominees (Capitol) 90-100k
Bruno Mars (Atlantic) 75-85k
Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 65k-75k
Josh Groban (Reprise) 60-70k
Now 45 (Capitol) 60-70k
Andrea Bocelli (Verve) 50-60k
Fun. (Fueled By Ramen) 50-60k
Pink (RCA) 50-60k
Lumineers (Dualtone) 50-60k
Tim McGraw (Big Machine) 45-55k
Black Keys (Nonesuch) 40-45k
* Bullet For My Valentine (RCA) 35-40k
Rihanna (Def Jam/IDJ) 35-40k
Justin Bieber (Island/IDJ) 30-35kA
Adele (XL/Columbia) 30-35k
Maroon 5 (A&M/Octone) 30-35k

* Debut

Of course, no Valentine's Day would be complete without the romantic song stylings of Dubstep Cat. You're welcome. (2/14p)

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