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THE CHARTS THEY ARE A CHANGIN’

Friday is the New Tuesday, Bitches

Turnover Tuesday is upon us, and the new Global Release Date is about to rear its head.

The seven-day numbers are in, putting Meek Mill at #1 and RCA’s Miguel at #2. Also debuting are albums from KidinaKorner/Interscope's X Ambassadors at #6, Fearless' August Burns Red at #7, Watertower's Magic Mike XXL soundtrack at #8 and Mercury Nashville's Easton Corbin at #9.

Meanwhile, Reprise's Neil Young rounds out the Top 15 with his 41st studio album, The Monsanto Years.

That said, keep your eyes fixed on the HITS Building Album Sales Chart throughout the week, as it will continue to build instead of closing up shop on Tuesday afternoon per usual. It will finalize again on Friday, meaning that, yes, the titles that charted this week will have new 11-day numbers.

We promise things will start to sync up next week, as this becomes the new norm, and the room will start spinning... as long as you don't start happy hour early, that is.

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