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YOUR TOP 15: HOLIDAY-WEEKEND OBLIVION EDITION
Six Debuts and a Loaded Bong Going Into the Weekend

Six debuts land in next week’s Top 15 led by Fueled By Ramen’s twenty one pilotsTaylor Swift may battle the Pitch Perfect 2 soundtrack for the runner-up spot on our SPS chart, driven by the recently premiered (and record-breaking) "Bad Blood" video. Brantley Gilbert returns to the Top 15 with the deluxe version of his Just As I Am. Here’s how it looks headed into the weekend:

*twenty one pilots (Fueled By Ramen) 125-135k sales, 130-140k SPS
Pitch Perfect 2 (UMe) 65-70k, 75-80k
Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 40-45k, 80-85k
Josh Groban (Reprise) 35-40k, 35-40k
*Zedd (Interscope) 35-40k, 40-45k
Mumford & Sons (Glassnote) 27-30k, 35-40k
*Brandon Flowers (Island) 27-30k, 28-32k
*Jamie Foxx (RCA) 25-28k, 28-32k
*Faith No More (Ipecac) 24-27k, 25-28k
Zac Brown Band (Southern Ground/Varvatos/BMLG/Republic) 22-25k, 28-32k
Now 54 (NOW) 21-24k, 21-24k
Brantley Gilbert (Valory) 22-25k, 28-32k
Meghan Trainor (Epic) 19-22k, 35-40k
*Gerardo Ortiz (Sony Latin) 18-21k, 19-22k
Fifty Shades of Grey (Republic) 17-20k, 35-40k

*Debuts

Notice: In honor of the forthcoming holiday, we have now commenced loading the cermonial bong. Subsequent posts may be even less coherent than usual.

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