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WHAT'S SELLING FOR CHRISTMAS: In lieu of a full chart, here is this week's projected Top 20. Please expect a greater than usual margin of error.  The big winners? Not unexpectedly, Taylor Swift and One Direction top this week's tally, with T.I. the leading debut.

Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 285-290k
One Direction (Syco/Columbia) 180-185k
Bruno Mars (Atlantic) 165-170k
*T. I. (Grand Hustle/Atlantic) 165-170k
Michael Buble (Reprise) 135-140k
Rod Stewart (Verve) 110-115k
Phillip Phillips (19/Interscope) 95-100k
Mumford & Sons (Glassnote) 95-100k
*12/12/12: The Concert for Sandy Relief (Columbia) 80-85k
Alicia Keys (RCA) 75-80k
Now 44 (Capitol) 75-80k
P!nk (RCA) 75-80k
Adele (Columbia) 70-75k
Lady Antebellum (Capitol Nashville) 70-75k
Justin Bieber (Island/IDJ) 70-75k
Essential Now That's What I Call Christmas (Capitol) 70-75k
Little Big Town (Capitol Nashville) 70-75k
Jason Aldean (Broken Bow) 70-75k
Led Zeppelin (Atlantic) 65-70k
Rihanna (Def Jam/IDJ) 65-70k
Blake Shelton (Warner Bros. Nashville) 65-70k

*Debuts

Other debuts:
Blink-182 (Blink-182) 50-55k
Chief Keef (Interscope) 50-55k
Les Miserables soundtrack (Republic) 40-45k (12/25a)

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Breaking down the radio charts - or just breaking down. (8/13a)
TOP 20: WAVE ELECTION
Taylor holds firm. (8/13a)
THE BABE & THE MULE
Interscope's co-MVPs (8/7a)
BTS BRINGS IT
They're so dreamy.
VOTE BY MAIL
It's a conspiracy, because everyone does it.
IS IT CHRISTMAS?
No, but we're thinking about cookies.
WOKE MUSIC
Protest songs that sound like now.
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