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As Adele gloriously returns to the spotlight, her long-awaited album 25 shoots straight to #1 on the iTunes album chart, while a quick, passionate response to "Hello" has powered some catalog sales, with 21 jumping back to #8. Meanwhile, Carrie Underwood's Storyteller sits right behind Adele at #2, while pre-orders from Bieber, 5SOS, and One Direction stick in the Top Ten. 

On the singles side uh, helllllloooo, of COURSE "Hello" from Adele is at #1, with Bieber's fresh new song "Sorry" at #2 with all the usual suspects—Drake, Taylor, One Direction, and Elle King— holding their footing inside the Top 10. Thomas Rhett makes a big showing, debuting at #7 with "Die A Happy Man."

As we've noted elsewhere, Adele's U.S. #1s are mirrored in 85 countries for "Hello"and in 77 for album 25.

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