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box office

 

1. Evil Dead, $25.7 million

2. G.I. Joe: Retaliation, $20.8 million

3. The Croods, $20.6 million

4. Jurassic Park, $18.6 million

5. Olympus Has Fallen, $10.1 million

6. Tyler Perry's Temptation, $10 million

7. Oz the Great and Powerful, $8 million

8. The Host, $5.1 million

9. The Call, $3.5 million

10. Admission, $1.9 million

-- Hollywood.com, April 5-7

 

iTunes Canada

albums

 

1. Wolf, Tyler, The Creator

2. The 20/20 Experience (Deluxe Edition), Justin Timberlake

3. Night Visions, Imagine Dragons

4. The Lumineers, The Lumineers

5. Based on a True Story..., Blake Shelton

6. Pioneer, The Band Perry

7. Babel, Mumford & Sons

8. Unapologetic, Rihanna

9. Let It Be... Naked, The Beatles

10. The Truth About Love, P!nk

-- iTunes Canada, week ending April 7

 

CKUW albums

 

1. Ready to Go, Greg Arcade

2. Anhedonia, This Hisses

3. La Mort Pop Club, We Are Wolves

4. Fade, Yo La Tengo

5. Live Together, Die Alone

6. People, The Burning Hell

7. Fairway Full of Miners, Boats

8. It Ain't Easy, Corey Lueck and the Smokewagon Blues Band

9. Pretty Good, The Blue Warblers

10. Small Fame, Bend Sinister

-- 95.9 FM, week ending March 7

 

UMFM roots/blues albums

 

1. 1000 Lives, Ingrid Gatin

2. Paper Nickels, Corin Raymond & the Sundowners

3. Eagle Lake Owls, Eagle Lake Owls

4. Venez-Danser EP, Oh My Darling

5. Ghost of Your Charms, New Country Rehab

6. Tooth & Nail, Billy Bragg

7. Old Yellow Moon, Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell

8. Honky Tonk, Son Volt

9. Chansons, Jill Barber

10. So Say We All, David Francey

-- 101.5 FM, week ending April 7

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition April 11, 2013 C2

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