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Mumford's Grammy Spikes

MUMFORD BLOWING UP: Biggest Grammy beneficiary saleswise so far are Glassnote’s Mumford & Sons, who climbed to the top of the iTunes chart after last night’s acoustic performance with Bob Dylan on the show. The Avett Brothers also received a boost from their stint, moving to #3 with their album, I and Love and YouArcade Fire’s Album of the Year winner, The Suburbs, is currently at #4. Justin Bieber’s Never Say Never companion, which officially came out today and includes remixes with one new Diane Warren song, is at #2, with My World 2.0 (#5) and My Worlds Acoustic (#6) also in the Top 10. Others experiencing Grammy spikes are Florence + the Machine’s Lungs (#7), Lady Antebellum’s Need You Now (#8) and the 2011 Grammy Nominations album (#9). (2/14p)

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