- Associated Press - Wednesday, October 10, 2012

In a story Oct. 9 about the iTunes-Music-Top 10 list, The Associated Press reported erroneously the No. 3 song. The No. 3 song is “Skyfall” by Adele, not “Die Young” by Ke$ha.

A corrected version of the story is below:

The top 10 songs and albums on the iTunes Store

This week’s top selling songs and albums on Apple’s iTunes

By The Associated Press

iTunes’ Official Music Charts for the week ending Oct. 8, 2012

Top Songs:

1. “Live While We’re Young,” One Direction

2. “Red,” Taylor Swift

3. “Skyfall,” ADELE

4. “Gangnam Style,” PSY

5. “One More Night,” Maroon 5

6. “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together,” Taylor Swift

7. “Die Young,” Ke$ha

8. “Some Nights,” Fun.

9. “Diamonds,” Rihanna

10. “Too Close,” Alex Clare

Top Albums:

1. “Babel,” Mumford & Sons

2. “The 2nd Law,” Muse

3. “Kaleidoscope Dream,” Miguel

4. “Pitch Perfect (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack),” Various Artists

5. “Transit of Venus,” Three Days Grace

6. “Sticks & Stones,” Cher Lloyd

7. “Sigh No More,” Mumford & Sons

8. “The Truth About Love,” P!nk

9. “Clarity,” Zedd

10. “Kanye West Presents Good Music Cruel Summer,” Various Artists

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(copyright) 2012 Apple, Inc.

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