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'Blurred Lines' by Robin Thicke tops HMV Canada CD sales chart

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The following is HMV Canada's top 10 CDs based on national sales for the week ending Aug. 3.

CDs

1 Blurred Lines _ Robin Thicke

2 The Wrong Side of Heaven and the Righteous Side of Hell, Volume 1 _ Five Finger Death Punch

3 In a World Like This _ Backstreet Boys

4 Random Access Memories _ Daft Punk

5 Stars Dance _ Selena Gomez

6 Magna Carta Holy Grail _ Jay Z

7 Night Visions _ Imagine Dragons

8 Something Else _ Tech N9NE

9 The Heist _ Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

10 Classified _ Classified

COUNTRY

1 Here's to the Good Times _ Florida Georgia Line

2 Golden _ Lady Antebellum

3 Based on a True Story... _ Blake Shelton

4 Red _ Taylor Swift

5 Tailgates & Tanlines _ Luke Bryan

6 Blown Away _ Carrie Underwood

7 Country Hits 2013 _ Various Artists

8 Pioneer _ The Band Perry

9 Spring Break...Here to Party _ Luke Bryan

10 Chief _ Eric Church

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