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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Halsey’s second album, hopeless fountain kingdom (Astralwerks), assumes the throne at iTunes as one of nine rookies on the album chart on flipover Friday. It’s playing well at Apple Music, too: At #13, it’s the highest charting full-length among the new arrivals.

Luke Combs first full-length, This One’s for You (River House/Columbia Nashville), opens at #2 followed by Alt-J’s third album Relaxer (Infectious) #3. The seventh album from All Time Low, Last Young Renegade (Fueled By Ramen), drops in at #4.

Cartoon Network’s soundtrack Steven Universe, Vol. 1 orbits at #5 while raunchy country singer Wheeler Walker Jr.’s Ol’ Wheeler (Pepperhill) dives in at #6.

The second album from Jack Antonoff’s Bleachers, Gone Now (RCA), takes a seat at #7.

Classic rock rounds out the list. Roger Waters’ first studio album in more than two decades, Is This the Life We Really Want? (Columbia), settles in at #8 and the super deluxe edition of U2’s The Joshua Tree (Island)—it has 38 bonus tracks—is #9.

Fifth Harmony f/Gucci Mane’s “Down” (Syco/Epic) is up to #2 on the singles side, where Internet sensation Jake Paul is #7 with “It’s Everyday Bro” (Team 10).

New arrivals at Apple Music include PARTYNEXTDOOR’s four-song EP Colours 2 (OVO/Warner Bros.) at #7, and with four songs released, 2 ChainzPretty Girls Like Trap Music (Def Jam) at #9.

 

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