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Weekend Box Office

1. Mr. Peabody & Sherman, $21.2 million

2. 300: Rise of an Empire, $19.1 million

3. Need for Speed, $17.8 million

4. Non-Stop, $10.6 million

5. The Single Moms Club, $8.3 million

6. The Lego Movie, $7.7 million

7. Son of God, $5.4 million

8. The Grand Budapest Hotel, $3.6 million

9. Frozen, $2.1 million

10. Veronica Mars, $2 million

-- Rentrak, week ending March 16

 

iTunes Canada albums

1. Spring Break 6... Like We Ain't Ever EP, Luke Bryan

2. Absolute SSRq80s, Various Artists

3. Frozen Soundtrack, Various Artists

4. GIRL, Pharrell Williams

5. Ghost Stories, Coldplay

6. Night Visions, Imagine Dragons

7. Serge Fiori, Serge Fiori

8. Dark Eyes, Half Moon Run

9. Pure Heroine, Lorde

10. Recess, Skrillex

-- iTunes, week ending March 16

 

CKUW albums

1. Do Not Engage, the Pack A.D.

2. Prairieography, Del Barber

3. The Mariachi Ghost, Mariachi Ghost

4. Fireball, Greg MacPherson Band

5. Rock Lake (III), Rock Lake

6. Inside Outside, Amber Epp

7. Troubled Heart EP, Naysa

8. The Complete Rebirth of Cool, Jeff Presslaff

9. Lover or a Psycho, Martin R. Howell

10. The Big Z, Hey Pilgrim

-- CKUW 95.9 FM, week ending March 16

UMFM Roots & Blues albums

1. Prairieography, Del Barber

2. I Never Sang Before I Met You, Old Man Luedecke

3. Tornado, Joe Nolan

4. Taller Than the Trees, Kevin Roy

5. Girl with Grit, Lindsay May

6. Young Waverer, Lindy Vopnfjord

7. Darkest Hours, Fox & the Bird

8. The Lights from the Chemical Plant, Robert Ellis

9. Russian Dolls, Mark Berube

10. English Oceans, Drive-By Truckers

-- UMFM 101.5 FM, week ending March 17

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition March 20, 2014 C2

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