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Adele continues to dominate the chart as her XL/Columbia album 21 logs an impressive sixth week at #1 and her debut album, 19, may re-enter the Top 15. Sony also has a shot at the Top 6 titles next week. And while it's not yet a done deal, it now appears that The Airborne Toxic Event will be the top debut, with a chance to hit the Top 15. Here's how the post-Easter chart looks going into the weekend:

Adele (XL/Columbia) 110-120k
Britney Spears (Jive/JLG) 30-35k
Foo Fighters (Roswell/RCA/RMG) 28-32k
Chris Brown (Jive/JLG) 27-30k
Glee Cast: Glee Presents The Warblers (Columbia) 27-30k
Mumford & Sons (Glassnote) 27-30k
Rihanna (Def Jam/IDJ) 24-27k
Wiz Khalifa (Atlantic) 21-24k
Katy Perry (Capitol/EMI) 21-24k
Lemonade Mouth (Walt Disney) 21-24k
Paul Simon (Hear Music/Concord) 20-23k
Alison Krauss & Union Station (Rounder) 20-23k
Jason Aldean (Broken Bow) 18-21k
Songs For Japan (Universal/Sony) 18-21k
Adele 19 (XL/Columbia) 15-17k
*The Airborne Toxic Event (Island/IDJ) 15-17k

*Debuts (4/28p)

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