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Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Justin Bieber's Under The Mistletoe Debuts At #1 -

<div readability="115.536973834"> <p> It's going to be a very Justin Christmas. As predicted, Justin Bieber will land his second #1 album in a row next week when his holiday disc, <i>Under the Mistletoe,</i> nabs the top spot on the <i>Billboard</i> 200. </p><p>And though in recent days he's been facing ongoing questions about the paternity suit filed against him by a 20-year-old woman, Bieber has been promoting <i>Mistletoe</i> hard, which appears to have paid off with sales of 210,000 in its first week. That was more than enough to hold off the second effort from rapper Wale, <i>Ambition,</i> which will come in at #2 (164,000), according to figures provided by Nielsen SoundScan. </p><p>Country singer <b>Miranda Lambert</b> is at #3 with <i>Four the Record</i> (133,000), edging out former "Britain's Got Talent" star <b>Susan Boyle</b>, whose second effort, <i>Someone to Watch Over Me,</i> scores a #4 bow thanks to 132,000 units moved. English act Florence and the Machine make it into the top 10 at #6 with <i>Ceremonials</i> (105,000), while singer/actor <b>Tyrese</b> sneaks in at #9 with <i>Open Invitation</i> (76,000). </p><p>The rest of the top 10: Adele holds strong at #5 (108,000), <b>Coldplay</b> fall six spots in week two to #7 as <i>Mylo Xyloto</i> sales dropped 77 percent to 104,000, <b>Michael Bublé</b> moved another 89,000 copies of <i>Christmas</i> (#8) and <b>Kelly Clarkson</b> falls eight spots to #10 in her second week with <i>Stronger,</i> which slipped 69 percent on sales of 51,000. </p><p>Just outside the top 10, long-running metal act <b>Megadeth</b> come in at #11 with <i>Th1rt3en</i> (42,000), teen singer <b>Jackie Evancho</b> is at #16 with <i>Heavenly Christmas</i> (27,000) and Blink-182 offshoot <b>Angels &amp; Airwaves</b> sneak in at #30 with <i>Love, Part Two</i> (16,000). Further down the line, a remastered version of <b>U2</b>'s <i>Achtung Baby</i> lands at #35 (13,000), just barely ahead of the much-derided <b>Lou Reed</b> and <b>Metallica</b> album, <i>Lulu</i> (#36, 13,000). </p><p>Over on the iTunes charts, Wale wins the digital-album sales war, taking the #1 position over Bieber, with Florence and the Machine, Coldplay, Lambert and Adele coming in behind. Rounding out the albums list are Angels &amp; Airwaves, Bublé, Tyrese and Clarkson. </p><p><b>Rihanna</b> lords over the iTunes singles chart with "We Found Love," followed by <b>LMFAO</b>'s "Sexy and I Know It," Adele's "Someone Like You," <b>Flo Rida</b>'s "Good Feeling," <b>David Guetta</b>'s "Without You" and <b>Foster the People</b>'s "Pumped Up Kicks." <b>Maroon 5</b>'s summer smash, "Moves Like Jagger," holds on at #7, beating out <b>T-Pain</b>'s "5 O'Clock," <b>Gym Class Heroes</b>' "Stereo Hearts" and <b>Bruno Mars</b>' "It Will Rain." </p><p>We will see how strong Mac Miller's pull is next week when his major-label debut, <i>Blue Slide Park,</i> hits the charts, along with the <i>Now 40</i> collection and the "Twilight: Breaking Dawn - Part 1" soundtrack. </p> </div>


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