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box office

1. Pain & Gain, $20.2 million

2. Oblivion, $17.8 million

3. 42, $10.6 million

4. The Big Wedding, $7.5 million

5. The Croods, $6.7 million

6. G.I. Joe: Retaliation, $3.7 million

7. Scary Movie 5, $3.4 million

8. Olympus Has Fallen, $2.8 million

9. The Place Beyond the Pines, $2.6 million

10. Jurassic Park in 3-D, $2.3 million

-- Hollywood.com, April 26-28

iTunes Canada

albums

1. To Be Loved, Michael Bublé

2. The 20/20 Experience, Justin Timberlake

3. Bankrupt!, Phoenix

4. #willpower, will.i.am

5. The Heist, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

6. Reincarnated (Deluxe Edition), Snoop Lion

7. I Love You, The Neighbourhood

8. The Lumineers, The Lumineers

9. Save Rock and Roll, Fall Out Boy

10. The Truth About Love, P!nk

-- iTunes Canada, week ending April 21

CKUW albums

1. People, the Burning Hell

2. Anhedonia, This Hisses

3. Ready to Go, Greg Arcade

4. A Fairway Full of Miners, Boats

5. Live Together, Die Alone, Quagmire

6. The Bad Nerves, the Bad Nerves

7. La Mort Pop Club, We Are Wolves

8. Fade, Yo La Tengo

9. Delta Machine, Depeche Mode

10. Eons, Kazzoshay

-- 95.9 FM, week ending April 28

UMFM folk/blues/roots albums

1. Tooth & Nail, Billy Bragg

2. These Wilder Things, Ruth Moody

3. Eagle Lake Owls, Eagle Lake Owls

4. 1000 Lives, Ingrid Gatin

5. Paper Nickels, Corin Raymond & the Sundowners

6. Honeycomb Tombs, Karla Adolphe

7. Tragic Care, Folly & the Hunter

8. So Say We All, David Francey

9. To Build A Fire

10. In the Time of Gods, Dar Williams

-- 101.5 FM, week ending April 28

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition May 3, 2013 C2

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