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1. Identity Thief, $34.5 million

2. Warm Bodies, $11.3 million

3. Side Effects, $9.3 million

4. Silver Linings Playbook, $6.4 million

5. Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, $5.7 million

6. Mama, $4.2 million

7. Zero Dark Thirty, $4 million

8. Argo, $2.3 million

9. Django Unchained, $2.3 million

10. Bullet to the Head, $2 million

-- Hollywood.com, Feb. 8-10

iTunes Canada albums

1. The Lumineers, The Lumineers

2. 2013 Grammy Nominees, various artists

3. Babel, Mumford & Sons

4. The 20/20 Experience (deluxe version), Justin Timberlake

5. Babel (deluxe version), Mumford & Sons

6. Temper Temper (deluxe version), Bullet for my Valentine

7. El Camino, The Black Keys

8. Believe Acoustic, Justin Bieber

9. Night Visions, Imagine Dragons

10. Boys & Girls, Alabama Shakes

-- iTunes Canada, week ending Feb. 10

CKUW albums

1. So Blue, Bloodshot Bill

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

3. Anhedonia, This Hisses

4. Marblemouth, Boats!

5. Roads and Roads, JD Edwards Band

6. Brothers in Bamako, Habib Koite & Eric Bibb

7. Samud, Niyaz

8. Failed States, Propagandhi

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

10. On Triple Beams, Tyvek

-- 95.9 FM, week ending Feb. 3

UMFM Folk/Roots/Blues

1. Spectators, Amelia Curran

2. Collage-A-Trois EP, Collage-A-Trois

3. Vanez-Danser (EP), Oh My Darling

4. Come Cry With Me, Daniel Romano

5. Wild Country (EP), Wake Owl

6. The Folk Sinner, Lee Harvey Osmond

7. Forever Endeavour, Ron Sexmith

8. Red Hot, The F-Holes

9. Electric, Richard Thompson

10. Between Hurricanes, Stephen Fearing

-- 101.5 FM, week ending Feb. 10

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition February 14, 2013 C2

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