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On the album side this week, several legacy debuts dominate the top five making it appear as a bit of a flashback, as Hilary Duff sits at #1, Third Eye Blind at #2 and James Taylor at #3.  The other chart newcomer, Adam Lambert, sits just outside the Top 5 at #6 off the strength of his single "Ghost Town" which is gaining at radio.  Meanwhile Taylor and Ed Sheeran continue to demonstrate sick staying power, parked at #5 and #9, respectively.

On the subject of singles, it's all about Rachel Platten's "Fight Song," with the anthem displacing Swift's monster jam "Bad Blood" to capture the #1 spot, with equally buzzy jam OMI right behind her at #2 with "Cheerleader." Team Columbia is feeling justifiably pumped on both counts. The rest of the Top Ten singles is a crowded field of total smashes. 

 

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