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Adele gets a 15th week at #1 as 21 approaches the 6m mark. It will also be the album's 41st non-consecutive week in the Top 3 as it moves in on the record of 46 weeks set by Alanis Morissette's Jagged Little Pill. Adele could also have two in the Top 10 as 19 moves up the chart, thanks to the surrounding post-holiday decay. Here's how it looks for the first chart of 2012: 

Adele 21 (XL/Columbia) 120-130k
Drake (Young Money/Cash Money/Universal Republic) 45-50k
Black Keys (Nonesuch) 40-45k
Young Jeezy (Def Jam/IDJ) 35-40k
Coldplay (Capitol/EMI) 30-35k
Florence + the Machine (Universal Republic) 27-30k
Rihanna (Def Jam/IDJ) 27-30k
LMFAO (Interscope) 27-30k
Nickelback (Roadrunner) 24-27k
Adele 19 (XL/Columbia) 22-25k
Lil Wayne (YM/CM/Universal Republic) 19-22k
Lady Antebellum (Capitol Nashville/EMI) 19-22k
*SafetySuit (Universal Republic) 19-22k
Skrillex (Big Beat) 18-21k
Toby Keith (Show Dog) 18-21k
Kelly Clarkson (19/RCA) 18-21k

*Debut (1/5p)

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