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YOUR TOP 15: Taylor Swift remains on top next week while Bruno Mars and a surging Michael Bublé will compete for #2. Not included in today's Top 15 is Columbia's 12/12/12: The Concert For Sandy Relief album. This will surely be a contender for the upper regions of the chart should it come out before the end of the week. If it's not released until after Sunday, we can expect a very high debut on the following week's chart. Here's the picture as we head into the weekend:

Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 190-200k
Michael Bublé
(Reprise) 150-160k
* Bruno Mars (New Elektra) 150-160k
Rod Stewart (Verve) 120-125k
One Direction (Syco/Columbia) 105-115k
* Game (Geffen) 85-90k
Blake Shelton (Warner Bros. Nashville) 70-75k
Phillip Phillips (19/Interscope) 65-70k
Lady Antebellum (Capitol Nashville) 60-65k
Alicia Keys (RCA) 60-65k
* Green Day (Reprise) 55-60k
Now 44 (Capitol) 55-60k
Mumford & Sons (Glassnote) 50-55k
* Music of Nashville (Big Machine) 50-55k
Scotty McCreery (Mercury Nashville/19/Interscope) 50-55k
Rihanna (Def Jam/IDJ) 50-55k
Little Big Town (Capitol Nashville) 45-50k

* Debuts

Speaking of how things look going into the weekend, we look forward to knocking back a bottle of smooth Rite-Aid scotch in our underwear and rockin' a Golden Girls marathon. Wonder what the poor folks are up to. (12/13p)

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Protest songs that sound like now.
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