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Weekend Box Office

1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, $65.5 million

2. Guardians of the Galaxy, $42.1 million

3. Into the Storm, $17.3 million

4. The Hundred-Foot Journey, $10.9 million

5. Lucy, $9.4 million

6. Step Up All In, $6.4 million

7. Hercules, $5.7 million

8. Get On Up, $5.1 million

9. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, $4.3 million

6. Planes: Fire and Rescue, $2.4 million

-- Rentrak, week ending Aug. 10

iTunes Canada albums

1. Guardiansof the Galaxy: Awesome Mix, Vol. 1, soundtrack

2. Get Hurt (deluxe version), Gaslight Anthem

3. 30 Stars of the 80s, Vol. 2, various artists

4. Worlds, Porter Robinson

5. PTX Vol. III, Pentatonix

6. X2c EP, Sam Hunt

7. Stolen Dance (EP), Milky Chance

8. X (Deluxe Edition), Ed Sheeran

9. In the Lonely Hour..., Sam Smith

10. I'm Not Bossy, I'm the Boss, Sinéad O'Connor

-- iTunes, week ending Aug. 3

CKUW albums

1. Brass Riot, Dirty Catfish Band

2. Heart of Love, Surprise Party

3. Are You Awake, the Blisters

4. Boiled Egg, the Unbelievable Bargains

5. Kittens & S , Blunderspublik

6. Every Kind of Light, the Vampires

7. Counterfeit Blues, Corb Lund

8. The Science of Success, Life Advice

9. A Real Fine Mess, the Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer

10. Stop the World, the Zags

-- CKUW 95.9 FM, week ending Aug. 10

UMFM albums

1. No Town, No Country: 1981-1984, Dub Rifles

2. Every Kind of Light, the Vampires

3. For John (EP), Library Voices

4. Cosmos, The Happy Unfortunate

5. Free Will, Bry Webb

6. Shrink Dust, Chad Vangaalen

7. Stop the World, The Zags

8. Say Goodnight to the Machines, Futurekids

9. Glass Boys, F ed Up

10. The Reverend Rambler, the Reverend Rambler

-- UMFM 101.5 FM, week ending Aug. 11

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 14, 2014 C2

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