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  1. Adele Matches No. 1 Run of 'Titanic' at the Top of Billboard 200

    1:11 pm 1/18/2012

    David Chowder Band's "Give Us Rest" debuts at No. 2 and "El Camino" by The Black Keys holds the No. 3 spot. Read more

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  2. Adele Slated to Perform at Brit Awards

    9:41 pm 1/12/2012

    The singer, who had vocal cord surgery in November, is nominated for three awards.Read more

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  3. Adele's '21' Hits 15th Week at No. 1 on Billboard 200

    11:18 am 1/12/2012

    Drake's "Take Care" repeats at No. 2 and the Black Keys' "El Camino" jump up to No. 3. Read more

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  4. Album Sales Rise For First Time in Seven Years

    11:14 am 1/5/2012

    Artists from Adele to Michael Buble helped 2011's album sales reach 458 million, up 3 percent from 2010's tally of 443 million.Read more

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  5. Adele's '21' Claims 14th Week At No. 1 on Billboard 200

    4:56 pm 1/4/2012

    Drake's "Take Care" moves from 5 to 2 and Young Jeezy's "TM: 103 Hustlerz Ambition" is steady at No. 3. Read more

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  6. U.K. Music Sales Decline for Seventh Successive Year, Despite Downloads (Report)

    3:48 am 1/3/2012

    Combined digital and physical album sales fall by 5.6%.Read more

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  7. Michael Buble's 'Christmas' Spends Fifth Week at No. 1

    4:37 pm 12/28/2011

    Adele's '21' Has Best Sales Week Yet and Young Jeezy debuts at No. 3. Read more

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  8. THR Music Editor's Top 10 Singles of 2011

    1:52 pm 12/28/2011

    The Hollywood Reporter's Shirley Halperin runs down the best songs this year had to offer. Read more

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  9. How Women Saved the Music Industry in 2011

    9:12 am 12/23/2011

    Rihanna, Adele and Katy Perry are among the female stars who helped dig the business out of a seven-year sales slump.Read more

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  10. THR Music Editor's Top 10 Albums of 2011

    5:40 am 12/23/2011

    For the most part, rock music got the shaft this year, but not as far as The Hollywood Reporter's Shirley Halperin is concerned. From the analog grit of the Foo Fighters to the always anthemic Coldplay to the serene sway of Real Estate, guitars may have gone underground, but they've never sounded better.Read more

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