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The top 10 singles and albums on iTunes
iTunes’ top 10 selling singles and albums of the week ending July 25, 2011:
1. “Party Rock Anthem (feat. Lauren Bennett & GoonRock),” LMFAO
2. “Last Friday Night (T.G.I.F.),” Katy Perry
3. “Super Bass,” Nicki Minaj
4. “Tonight Tonight,” Hot Chelle Rae
5. “Lighters (feat. Bruno Mars),” Bad Meets Evil
6. “How to Love,” Lil Wayne
8. “I Wanna Go,” Britney Spears
9. “Rolling In the Deep,” ADELE
10. “Good Life,” One Republic
1. “21,” ADELE
2. “Back to Black,” Amy Winehouse
3. “Time of My Life,” 3 Doors Down
4. “We the Best Forever,” DJ Khaled
5. “Universal Pulse,” 311
6. “I’m With You,” Red Hot Chili Peppers
7. “Hell: The Sequel,” Bad Meets Evil
8. “iTunes Festival: London 2011,” ADELE
9. “Sigh No More,” Mumford & Sons
10. “Red River Blue,” Blake Shelton
iTunes is owned by Apple Inc.
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