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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

A Christian singer, several rock and pop acts and two veterans over the age of 75 rule the iTunes Albums Top 10 this flipover Friday. It’s a week with no surprises.

The second album from Christian singer/songwriter Lauren Daigle, Look Up Child (Centricity), towers over the others from the #1 perch. Paul McCartney's 17th solo studio album, Egypt Station (Capitol), is #3.

Hozier’s Nina Cried Power EP (Rubyworks/Columbia) pops in at #4 followed by Clutch’s 12th album, Book of Bad Decisions  (Weathermaker), at #5. Louisiana rappers $uicideBoy$ draw the chalk outline at #6 with I Want to Die in New Orleans (G*59).

RussZOO (Russ My Way/Columbia) roars in at #7 with Lenny Kravitz’s Raise Vibration (Roxie/BMG) on its tail at #8. The funky rock-soul act St Paul & The Broken Bones set in at #9 with Young Sick Camelia (RECORDS).

Paul Simon, currently on his farewell tour, reworks 10 songs from his catalog on In the Blue Light (Legacy); it is #10.

The brand-new "Homesick" from RCA Nashville/Zone 4's Kane Brown has zipped to #1 on the singles side. Look for his full-length Experiment to bubble out of your beaker on 11/9.

 

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