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A WONDERFUL
CHART STORY

Another rock set tops the charts, marking the fifth album from the land of guitars to do so this year. The KillersWonderful Wonderful debuts at #1 on our Sales Plus Streaming (SPS) Chart this week with 115k. The Island band’s success follows that of Roswell/RCA’s Foo Fighters, who landed with a strong 130k last week. 

Macklemore’s GEMINI (Bendo/Warner Bros.) bows at #2 with 48k, Kevin GatesBy Any Means 2 (Bread Winners’ Association/Atlantic) comes in at #4 with 41k and Jhene Aiko’s Trip (ArtClub/Def Jam) appears at #5 with 37k.  The Top 10's other bow is Lecrae’s All Things Work Together (Reach/Columbia) at #9 with 31k.

Further down the chart, G Herbo’s Humble Beast (Machine Entertainment) and Fergie’s Double Dutchess (Dutchess Music/BMG) land at #16 and #18 with 21k and 20k, respectively. As for the week’s most-noteworthy movers, those would be KIDinaKORNER/Interscope's Imagine Dragons (#7, up 30%) and Republic's Post Malone  (#8 +29%), as their tracks blow the hell up.

Now let’s take a look at that SPS marketshare: UMG is #1 with 42%, WMG is #2 with 28% and SME is #3 with 27%; the indies conjure up 3%.

Read the whole damn chart yourself here.

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