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box office

1. The Bourne Legacy, $38.1 million

2. The Campaign, $26.5 million

3. The Dark Knight Rises, $18.9 million

4. Hope Springs, $14.6 million

5. Total Recall, $8 million

6. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days, $8 million

7. Ice Age: Continental Drift, $6.3 million

8. Ted, $3.2 million

9. Step Up: Revolution, $2.9 million

10. The Watch, $2.2 million

-- Hollywood.com, Aug. 10-12

iTunes Canada albums

1. +, Ed Sheeran

2. Blood, In This Moment

3. A Symphony of British Music: Music for the Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games, various artists

4. Cabin Fever (deluxe version), Corb Lund

5. Some Nights, fun.

6. My Head is an Animal, Of Monsters and Men

7. The Lumineers, The Lumineers

8. Southern Air, Yellowcard

9. 21, Adele

10. Greatest Hits, Spice Girls

-- iTunes Canada, week ending Aug. 12

CKUW albums

1. Synthetica, Metric

2. Erotic Magazine Issue #001, The Electrics

3. Celebration Rock, Japandroids

4. Headwaters, Del Barber

5. Sleep, Last Step

6. Tiger Talk, Yukon Blonde

7. Strange Passion: Explorations in Irish Post-Punk DIY and Electronic Music 1980-83, various artists

8. Unsound, Mission of Burma

9. Getting There from Here, Hatcher-Briggs

10. No Label Collective Volume One, various artists

-- 95.9 FM, week ending Aug. 14

UMFM folk/roots/blues albums

1. Live 1978, Willie P. Bennett

2. A Collection, The Be Good Tanyas

3. We Were Born to Glory, Royal Wood

4. Woody at 100, Woody Guthrie

5. North Country Heart, Gordie Tentrees

6. Where the Mountain Meets the Valley, Joshua Hyslop

7. Headwaters, Del Barber

8. Brother Sinner & the Whale, Kelly Joe Phelps

9. I Can See the Future, Eleni Mandell

10. Cicada, Liam Titcomb

-- 101.5 FM, week ending Aug. 12

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition August 16, 2012 E2

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