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Brit Hit Parade

BRIT HIT PARADE: Emeli Sandé's Our Version of Events (Virgin/EMI) climbed back to #1 on the U.K. album chart, while will.i.am’s  “Scream & Shout" featuring Britney Spears went #1 on the singles chart in its fifth week. David Bowie's "Where Are They Now?" (Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment) became his first Top 10 U.K. hit single in almost 20 years, debuting at #6. His last Top 10 U.K. single was "Jump They Say," which reached #9 in March 1993. In its 48th consecutive week in the Top 10, Sandé's album climbed back 2-1, swapping places with Calvin Harris' 18 Months (Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment). Two more former #1s, Jake Bugg's self-titled Mercury/ Universal debut and Rihanna's Unapologetic (Def Jam/Universal), climbed again #4-3 and #7-4 respectively. Polydor/Universal's movie cast recording of Les Miserables is at #5, while two more Universal releases hit the Top 10, Taylor Swift's Red (Mercury) back at #8, and the Lumineers' self-titled Decca album entering at #10 for the first time. (1/14a)

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