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Weekend box office

1. Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, $36.2 million

2. The Purge: Anarchy, $29.8 million

3. Planes: Fire & Rescue, $17.5 million

4. Sex Tape, $14.6 million

5. Transformers: Age of Extinction, $9.8 million

6. Tammy, $7.4 million

7. 22 Jump Street, $4.7 million

8. How To Train Your Dragon 2, $3.9 million

9. Earth to Echo, $3.2 million

10. Maleficent, $3.2 million

-- Rentrak, weekend of July 18

iTunes Canada albums

1. 5 Seconds of, 5 Seconds of Summer

2. The Black Market, Rise Against

3. Little Machines, Lights

4. Trouble in Paradise, La Roux

5. Yes!, Jason Mraz

6. Mandatory Fun, Weird Al Yankovic

7. Heart Made Up, R5

8. Lowborn, Anberlin

9. X, Ed Sheeran (deluxe edition)

10. 1000 Forms of Fear, Sia

-- iTunes, week ending July 20

CKUW albums

1. Every Kind of Light, the Vampires

2. Stop the World, the Zags

3. Counterfeit Blues, Corb Lund

4. Glass Boys, F--ked Up

5. Heart of Love, Surprise Party

6. Brass Riot, Dirty Catfish Brass Band

7. If Anything, Greys

8. Shrink Dust, Chad VanGaalen

9. Are You Awake, the Blisters

10. Kittens & S , Blunderspublik

-- CKUW 95.9 FM, week ending July 20

UMFM albums

1. Every Kind of Light, the Vampires

2. No Town, No Country: 1981-1984, the Dub Rifles

3. Glass Boys, F--ked Up

4. JD and the Sunshine Band, JD and the Sunshine Band

5. Shrink Dust, Chad VanGaalen

6. Everything Can Change, the Other Brothers

7. For John, Library Voices

8. Sweet Delirium, Big Trouble in Little China

9. Free Will, Bry Webb

10. The Halls of Wickwire, Cousins

-- UMFM 101.5 FM, week ending July 21

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 24, 2014 C2

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