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EMI Heats Up

KEEP KEEPING ON: Even with the turmoil surrounding parent company Terra Firma, EMI Music is in the midst of its hottest streak in years. This week, the label group scored three in the Top 5 (Slash #3, Lady Antebellum #4, Now 33 #5), the first time they’ve done that since April 11, 2004, when they had Now 15 (#2), Janet Jackson’s Damita Jo (#3) and Norah JonesFeels Like Home (#5). The company’s overall marketshare this week is approaching 12%, with overall marketshare at 11.6%, up from 9% at this time last year. The current regime is proving to would-be suitors that EMI has a system in place that’s working. (4/14p)

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