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The top 10 singles and albums on iTunes
iTunes’ top 10 selling singles and albums of the week ending Feb. 7, 2011:
2.”F(asterisk)(asterisk)kin’ Perfect,” P!nk
3. “Black and Yellow,” Wiz Khalifa
5. “Grenade,” Bruno Mars
7. “Firework,” Katy Perry
10. “Coming Home,” Skylar Grey, Diddy _ Dirty Money
1. “Barton Hollow,” The Civil Wars
2. “Until We Have Faces,” Red
3. “Sigh No More,” Mumford & Sons
4. “Brothers,” The Black Keys
5. “Pink Friday,” Nicki Minaj
6. “Loud,” Rihanna
7. “Mission Bell,” Amos Lee
8. “Greatest Hits.So Far!!!”, P!nk
9. “The King Is Dead,” The Decemberists
10. “Doo-Wops & Hooligans,” Bruno Mars
iTunes is owned by Apple Inc.
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