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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Miranda Lambert’s seventh album Wildcard (Vanner/RCA Nashville) is aces this flipover Friday, opening at #1 at iTunes, while Republic’s new Charlie’s Angels soundtrack has a presence in the Top 20 of three charts.

The Ariana Grande-heavy Charlie’s Angels collection is #10 at iTunes and #20 at Apple Music. “Bad to You,” by Grande, Normani & Nicki Minaj, sits at #10 at iiTunes songs.

Right behind Lambert at iTunes album is Hootie & the Blowfish’s first album in 14 years, Imperfect Code (Capitol Nashville), at #3. Highly Suspect’s MCID (300) is #4,

Yelawolf Ghetto Cowboy (Slumerican) has #5 lassoed and Gang Starr’s first album since 2003, One of the Best Yet (TTT/GSE) shines at #6.

The second album from Jeff Lynne’s ELO, From Out of Nowhere (Big Trilby/Columbia) drops out of the blue sky at #7. Travis Greene’s Broken Record (Provident) is #8.

At daybreak, Halloween titles were still high on various charts so expect to see some movement from albums just outside the Top 10: The latest edition of the Bob Dylan Bootleg Series, Travelin’ Thru: 1967-1969 (Columbia Legacy), Michael Kiwanuka’s KIWANUKA (Interscope), The MavericksPlay the Hits (Mono Mundo/Thirty Tigers), Fire From the GodsAmerican Sun and Earl Sweatshirt’s Feet of Clay (Tan Cressida/Warner), which is the top newcomer at Apple Music, currently #13.

New singles in the Top 20 at iTunes songs include Kane Brown’s “For My Daughter” (RCA Nashville) at #5 and Dua Lipa’s Thursday drop “Don’t Start Now” (Warner).

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