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UPDATED NEW RELEASES: JANET HEADED FOR #1

Barring any “sneak attack” superstar releases, BMG’s returning icon Janet Jackson should easily claim the #1 spot on both the HITS sales and SPS charts this Friday with her new set, Unbreakable. Here’s what we have for Janet and the week’s other key debut, Tamar Braxton’s Calling All Lovers.

Janet Jackson (BMG) 100-110k albums, 103-113k SPS
Tamar Braxton (Epic) 35-40k, 39-44k
Clutch (Weathermaker) 19-22k, 20-23k
Sevendust (7Bros) 18-21k, 19-22k
Trivium (Roadrunner) 14-17k, 15-18k
Avicii (Island) 11-14k, 14-17k
Collective Soul (Vanguard) 11-14k, 12-15k
Winery Dogs (Loud & Proud) 8-10k, 8-10k
Eagles of Death Metal (UMe) 8-10k, 8-10k
Queensryche (Century Media) 8-10k, 8-10k

Unbreakable reunites Jackson with producers Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis, with whom she created her most enduring albums, and features guest spots from J. Cole and Missy Elliott. These are, of course, very preliminary numbers. Look for updates on these and other new releases on Monday. 

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