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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC NEW ARRIVALS

The xx’s third Young Turks’ album leads a collection of five newcomers in iTunes’ Top 10 albums chart on this flipover Friday as I See You zooms in at #1.

Nashville band Colony House’s second album—and their first for RCAOnly the Lonely enters at #3 followed by AmbitionsOne OK Rock (Fueled By Ramen) and GTTM’s PnB Rock (Empire) at #4 and #5.

Christian hip-hop duo Social Club Misfits debut at #6 with The Misadventures of Fern & Marty (Capitol).

And all those New Year’s resolutions to get back to the gym had a pay-off for the December release Now That’s What I Call a Workout 2017. It’s #7. 

On the singles side, The Chainsmokers' new "Paris" (Disruptor/Columbia) has flown into the Top 5, and their erstwhile collaborator Halsey enters the Top 10 with "Not Afraid Anymore," which, like #2 "I Don't Wanna Live Forever" (from ZAYN and Taylor Swift), appears on Republic's Fifty Shades Darker set, now in preorder and due 2/10. 

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