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1. Mama, $28.5 million

2. Zero Dark Thirty, $15.8 million

3. Silver Linings Playbook, $10.8 million

4. Gangster Squad, $8.6 million

5. Broken City, $8.3 million

6. A Haunted House, $8.1 million

7. Django Unchained, $7.8 million

8. Les Miserables, $7.5 million

9. The Last Stand, $6.2 million

10. The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey $6.1 million

-- Box Office Mojo, Jan. 18-20

iTunes Canada albums

1. The Lumineers, The Lumineers

2. Night Visions, Imagine Dragons

3. Set You Free, Gary Allan

4. My Head Is an Animal, Of Monsters and Men

5. The World from the Side of the Moon (Deluxe), Phillip Phillips

6. Babel, Mumford & Sons

7. Babel (Deluxe) Mumford & Sons

8. Les Misérables, soundtrack

9. Believe Acoustic, Justin Bieber

10. 2013 Grammy Nominees, various artists

-- iTunes Canada, week ending Jan. 20

CKUW albums

1. So Blue, Bloodshot Bill

2. Songs in the Key of Hope: The Derek Wheeler Story, various artists

3. Marblemouth, Boats!

4. Glam Crust or Bust, Phlegm Fatale

5. Waiting on the Moon, Drums and Wires

6. Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965-1968, various artists

7. The North, Stars

8. Sun, Cat Power

9. The Skeptic and the Cynic, Curtis Nowosad

10. Home Sweet Home, Johnny Sizzle

-- 95.9 FM, week ending Jan. 20

UMFM Folk/Roots/Blues

1. Spectators, Amelia Curran

2. The Folk Sinner, Lee Harvey Osmond

3. Collage-A-Trois EP, Collage-A-Trois

4. Red Hot, The F-Holes

5. Better Day, Dolly Parton

6. Trent Severn, Trent Severn

7. Blue Clouds, Elizabeth Mitchell & You Are My Flower

8. I'll Fly Away, Jessie Dollimont & the Ospreys

9. My-Oh-My, Revelstoke

10. Buddy & Jim, Buddy Miller & Jim Lauderdale

-- 101.5 FM, week ending Jan. 20

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition January 24, 2013 C2

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