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Weekend Box Office

1. Riddick, $19 million

2. Lee Daniels' The Butler, $8.4 million

3. Instructions Not Included, $8.1 million

4. We're the Millers, $7.6 million

5. Planes, $4.1 million

6. One Direction: This Is Us, $4 million

7. Elysium, $3.1 million

8. Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, $2.4 million

9. Blue Jasmine, $2.3 million

10. The World's End, $2.3 million

 

-- Hollywood.com, week ending Sept. 8

 

iTunes Canada albums

1. Yours Truly, Ariana Grande

2. Hesitation Marks, Nine Inch Nails

3. 30 Stars of the '90s, Various Artists

4. Hail to the King, Avenged Sevenfold

5. Crash My Party, Luke Bryan

6. The Love Club (EP), Lorde

7. Night Visions, Imagine Dragons

8. The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You, Neko Case

9. Paradise Valley, John Mayer

10. Loved Me Back to Life, Celine Dion (pre-order)

-- iTunes, week ending Sept. 8

 

CKUW albums

1. Today We're Believers, Royal Canoe

2. Let it Lie, The Bros Landreth

3. Fun Times, Why Not, The Unbelievable Bargains

4. Second Paradise, Electric Soul

5. Floods and Fires, Yes We Mystic

6. Big Boned Woman, Miss Rae and The Midnight Ramblers

7. Fall of Romance, Imaginary Cities

8. Rivers & Rust, Haunter

9. Lamentation of Swans: A Journey Towards Silence, Azam Ali & Loga R. Torkian

10. Nation II Nation, A Tribe Called Red

 

-- CKUW 95.9 FM, week ending Sept. 9

 

UMFM Roots & Blues albums

1. Let it Lie, The Bros Landreth

2. Bigger Than Luck, The Fugitives

3. Next Year Country, Cheering for the Bad Guy

4. Big Boned Woman, Miss Rae and The Midnight Ramblers

5. Fruit & Ash, Flying Fox & the Hunter Gatherers

6. The Civil Wars, The Civil Wars

7. Bison Ranch Recording Sessions, Little Miss Higgins & the Winnipeg Five

8. Stick 'Em Up, The Perpetrators

9. You Are An Island, Dustin Bentall & the Smokes

10. Son of Trouble, Ben Sures

-- UMFM 101.5 FM, week ending Sept. 9

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition September 12, 2013 C2

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