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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

The Lumineers lead a collection of groups with guitars making their debuts this flipover Friday while the first track from Republic’s  Charlie’s Angels soundtrack is working its way to the top of the iTunes songs. Chart.

The Lumineers’ III (Dualtone)—their third album but not the reason for the title—opens at #1 today ahead of Korn’s The Nothing (Elektra) at #2, Starset’s Divisions (Fearless) at #4 and The Hu’s The Gereg (Eleven Seven) at #6.

Fresh off performances this week on GMA and Live With Kelly and Ryan, The Goo Goo DollsMiracle Pill (Warner) pops in at #7 while Charli XCX’s Charli (Atlantic) snakes its way to #8. Hobo Johnson’s The Fall of Hobo Johnson (Reprise) is #10.

At songs, Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus & Lana Del Rey’s “Don’t Call Me Angel” is neck and neck with OneRepublic’s Wednesday release, “Somebody to Love” (Mosley/Interscope).

Blake Shelton’s tweets this week push  release Craig Morgan’s “The Farther, My Son, and the Holy Ghost” (Triple Shoes) to #3 as the sixth track issued from Luke CombsWhat You See is What You Get (River House/Sony Nashville), “1,2 Many” with Brooks & Dunn, is #10.   

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