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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

A soundtrack star is indeed born this flipover Friday as the music from latest remake of—take your pick—the Gaynor & March, Garland & Mason, Kristofferson & Streisand film storms the iTunes chart.

Interscope's A Star Is Born Soundtrack, featuring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, is #2 and #10 on iTunes. Both have 34 tracks, but there’s a “clean version” on this one. The soundtrack’s debut single, “Shallow,” continues to sit at #1 at iTunes songs as “Is That Alright” makes its way up the Top 10.

The top dog on the iTunes albums chart is twenty one pilots' fifth album, Trench (Fueled by Ramen). Eric Church's first album in three years, Desperate Man (EMI Nashville), is appropriately enough, #3. The first album in four years from caps lock enthusiasts for KING & COUNTRYBurn the Ships (Word/Curb), is #4 followed by the first Steve Perry solo album in 24 years, Traces (Fantasy), at #5. Just think about: The last time the former Journey singer was in the Top 20, The Lion King soundtrack was #1.

Coheed and Cambria’s ninth studio album The Unheavenly Creatures (Roadrunner) is #6 and the 10th album from the prolific Matt Nathanson’s Sings His Sad Heart (Acrobat/Crush/AWAL) is #8.

While Lil Baby & Gunna’s Drip Harder (Quality Control/Young Stoner Life/Motown/Capitol) is #9 at iTunes, it is today’s top debut at Apple Music, coming in at #2. Also debuting in the streaming service’s Top 20 is Ella Mai’s self-titled 10 Summers/Interscope album, a week ahead of its release. With just four tracks available ahead of its 10/12 release, it is already #12.

Two Thursday releases hit the Top 10 on the iTunes songs side, Halsey’s “Without Me” (Capitol) at #2 and Mariah Carey’s “With You” (Epic) #7.

 

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