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iTunes Album and Singles Charts

ITUNES RUNDOWN: As we approach the weekend, Glassnote’s Mumford & Sons own the top two slots on the album chart, with the deluxe and regular versions of Babel. Note: the deluxe includes a version of Simon & Garfunkel’s “The Boxer” with Paul Simon and dobro master Jerry Douglas. The album is expected to easily top next Tuesday’s HITS sales tally, with a number between 575-625k. The next three in order are Lupe Fiasco, deadmau5 and No Doubt. On the singles side, Taylor Swift’s second track, “Begin Again,” tops the chart, as iTunes’ complete-the-album countdown continues on the way to the Oct. 22 release of Red. (9/27p)

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