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DRONES FLY HIGH

Muse will take the #1 spot on both our sales and SPS charts next week with Drones (Warner Bros.). Here’s how it looks headed into the weekend.

*Muse (Warner Bros.) 70-75k sales, 75-80k SPS
*Of Monsters and Men (Republic) 55-60k, 55-60k
Florence + The Machine (Republic) 35-40k, 35-40k
Rolling StonesSticky Fingers (UMe) 28-32k, 30-35k
Taylor Swift (Big Machine) 28-32k, 55-60k
*Now Country 8 (NOW) 17-20k
*A Thousand Horses (Republic Nashville) 17-20k, 19-22k
Pitch Perfect 2 (UMe) 16-18k, 24-27k
A$AP Rocky (Polo Grounds/RCA) 16-18k, 30-35k
Zac Brown Band (Southern Ground/Varvatos/BMLG/Republic) 16-18k, 23-26k
Twenty One Pilots (Fueled By Ramen) 15-17k, 21-24k
Ed Sheeran (Atlantic) 15-17k, 30-35k
Sam Hunt (MCA Nashville) 14-16k, 27-30k
Josh Groban (Reprise) 13-15k, 14-16k
Mumford & Sons (Glassnote) 13-15k, 17-20k

In utterly unrelated news, the great British horror/fantasy movie star Christopher Lee has died. If you're a genre nerd, check out one editor-geek's appreciation here.

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