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FLIPOVER FRIDAY: NEW ARRIVALS AT iTUNES AND APPLE MUSIC

Flipover Friday’s #1 iTunes album has strings attached, Lil Durk lights up Apple Music and Jimmy Fallon-endorsed Thad Cockrell has the top-selling song.

Rivers Cuomo put away the electric guitar and computers for Weezer’s OK Human (Crush/Atlantic), enlisting a 38-piece orchestra for a new sound and a spot atop iTunes albums.

ATO’s Cockrell is the lone artist with new arrivals on both the song and album charts; If in Case You Feel the Same is #5 at albums and “Swingin’,” which he performed on The Tonight Show and Today this week, sits at #1 at iTunes songs.

Back at albums, Lucero’s When You Found Me (Liberty & Lament/Thirty Tigers) opens at #3, Steven Wilson’s The Future Bites (Arts & Crafts) digs in at #4, Accept’s Too Mean to Die (Nuclear Blast) drops in at #8 and Arlo Parks’ debut full-length, Collapsed in Sunbeams (Transgressive), beams in at #9.

Two compilations enter the Top 10 as well: NOW That’s What I Call Music! 77 (UMG/Sony) is #6, followed by Throwback Tunes: The ‘90s (UMe) at #7.

The deluxe edition of Lil Durk’s The Voice (Alamo), featuring 11 new tracks and five videos, is #1 at Apple Music. PARTYNEXTDOOR’s Colours (OVO/Warner), a collection of his two EPs, is #15.

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