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Bruno Mars Has His First #1 Album


 just earned his first #1 album as "Unorthodox Jukebox" sold 95,000 copies last week, most of which came as digital downloads thanks to a $1.99 sale on Amazon.  (The album first hit stores in December.)

The top debut on the chart comes from the rock supergroup ATOMS FOR PEACE.  That's the group with FLEA of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, and THOM YORKE from Radiohead.  Their album "Amok" moved 50,000 copies in its first week of release to debut at #2.  Here's this week's full Top 10 . . . 


1.)  "Unorthodox Jukebox"Bruno Mars  (95,000 copies)


2.)  (NEW)  "Amok"Atoms for Peace  (50,000 copies)


3.)  "Babel"Mumford & Sons  (43,000 copies)


4.)  "The Heist"Macklemore & Ryan Lewis  (42,000 copies)


5.)  (NEW)  "Zion"Hillsong United, the youth ministry of the Australian Hillsong Church  (34,000 copies)


6.)  The "Now That's What I Call Music, Volume 45" compilation  (33,000 copies)


7.)  The Lumineers' self-titled album  (30,000 copies)


8.)  "All That Echoes"Josh Groban  (29,000 copies)


9.)  "Unapologetic"Rihanna  (29,000 copies)


10.)  "21"Adele  (27,000 copies)