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Weekend Box Office
1. Maleficent, $69.4 million
2. X-Men: Days Of Future Past, $32.6 million
3. A Million Ways To Die In The West, $16.8 million
4. Godzilla, $12.0 million
5. Blended, $8.1 million
6. Neighbors, $8.1 million
7. The Amazing Spider-Man 2, $3.8 million
8. Million Dollar Arm, $3.6 million
9. Chef, $1.9 million
10. The Other Woman, $1,4 million
-- Rentrak, week ending June 1

iTunes Canada albums
1. Platinum, Miranda Lambert
2. Ghost Stories, Coldplay
3. Road Between, Lucy Hale
4. Fire Within, Birdy
5. Turn Blue, the Black Keys
6. Songs from the Couch, Vol. 1, Emblem3
7. Where I Belong, Bobby Bazini
8. Now: Best of Canada, 25 Top Hits, Various
9. Rise, Taeyang
10. Frozen Soundtrack, Various
-- iTunes, week ending June 4

CKUW albums
1. The Mariachi Ghost, Mariachi Ghost
2. Do Not Engage, the Pack A.D.
3. Shrink Dust, Chad VanGaalen
4. Get Back, Pink Mountaintops
5. Reverend Rambler, Reverend Rambler
6. Teeth Dreams, Hold Steady
7. Phoenix, Kristy Thirsk
8. Faya Cumbancha, Joe Driscoll and Sekou Kouyate
9. Ghettoville, Actress
10. No Town, No Country: 1981-1984, Dub Rifles
-- CKUW 95.9 FM, week ending June 1

UMFM Roots & Blues albums
1. Everything Can Change, the Other Brothers
2. The Living Proof, Sunparlour Players
3. Hot Dreams, Timber Timbre
4. JD and the Sunshine Band, JD and the Sunshine Band
5. Wine Dark Sea, Jolie Holland
6. Song in my Head, the String Cheese Incident
7. Wildcard, Ridley Bent
8. Free Will, Bry Webb
9. The Dust Storm EP, Eagle Lake Owls
10. The Future Happens Anyway, NQ Arbuckle
-- UMFM 101.5 FM, week ending June 2

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition June 5, 2014 A1

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