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Adele Big in U.K.

ADELE’S BRIT HITS: Adele's XL album 21 continues to dominate the U.K. charts, landing at #1 for a seventh consecutive week and selling another 161k copies to bring its 48-day total to 1.2m. In addition, “Someone Like You” lands a fourth straight week at #1 on the singles chart. Highest debut goes to Fiction/Universal Mercury Prize winners Elbow with Build a Rocket Boys! bowing at #2. Adele’s debut album, 19, held at #4. Jessie J's Lava/Universal Island debut Who You Are fell one place from its #2 debut last week to #3, but its former chart-topping single "Price Tag," featuring B.o.B., posted a fourth consecutive week at #2. R.E.M.'s Warner Bros. album, Collapse Into Now, enters at #5, the band's 11th U.K. Top 10 over a period of almost exactly 20 years. Other new entries include Mercury/Universal act Noah and the Whale's Last Night on Earth at #8 and Columbia/Sony Music Entertainment rocker Avril Lavigne's Goodbye Lullaby at #9. (3/14p)

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