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NEW RELEASES: THE LADY IS A CHAMP (UPDATE)

Lady Gaga is set to take the top spot on both our SPS and album charts this week. Here’s what we know so far:

Lady Gaga (Interscope) 180-190k SPS, 155-165k album
Michael Bublé (Reprise) 85-95k, 80-90k
Pentatonix (RCA) 45-50k, 40-45k
Korn (Roadrunner) 45-50k, 40-45k
Chris Tomlin (sevensteps/Sparrow) 28-32k, 27-30k
I Prevail (Fearless) 19-22k, 18-21k
Leonard Cohen (Columbia) 19-22k, 18-21k
The Pretty Reckless (Razor & Tie) 19-22k, 18-21k

RCA’s a cappella kids Pentatonix hold the #1 spot at iTunes with their Christmas set, and their version of "Hallelujah" by Columbia's octogenarian hombre Leonard Cohen, who also has a new album out this week, flew to #2 on the singles side; it's currently #4.

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