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Taylor Swift's Red Set to Top Billboard 200 For Third Straight Week
Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 11.07.2012



Billboard reports that Taylor Swift's new album Red is set to top the Billboard 200 chart next week for it's third consecutive week. Red tops the new releases from Aerosmith, Ne-Yo, and the new Now 44 compilation.

Now 44 is the biggest of the week's new releases and will start around at 100,000 copies sold. Red from Swift will likely sell enough copies to top Now 44 from the top slot on the charts.

Aerosmith returned with their new album Music From Another Dimension which launched at around 75,000 copies sold. It's their first album since 2004.

R&B singer Ne-Yo gets his new album R.E.D. next week. It should secure him a spot in the top 10 with a bow in the 50,000 to 55,000 copies sold range.






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