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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Heading into the Labor Day weekend, the Top 10 at iTunes reveals a mixed bag of new music to accompany barbecues and pool parties. Lana Del Rey puts in a strong showing this flipover Friday with Tool ruling the sales chart and Lil Tecca streaming steadily.

Del Rey’s Norman Fucking Rockwell! (Interscope) sits at #2 at iTunes behind Tool’s first album in 13 years, Fear Inoculum (Volcano) and at #3 at Apple Music, one slot ahead of Lil Tecca’s We Love You Tecca (Galactic/Republic).

Back on the sales chart, the Broadway cast album for the latest hit on the Great White Way, Moulin Rouge (House of Iona/RCA), is #4.Elevation Worship’s EP At Midnight (Elevation Worship) follows at #5.

The album Sheryl Crow says is her final one, Threads (BMLG) sews up #6 ahead of Stick Figure’s World of Fire (Ruffwood) at #7, Wage War’s Pressure (Fearless) at #8 and Trisha Yearwood’s Every Girl (Gwendolyn) at #10.

Now, keep the water in the pool! No cannonballs! 

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