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Beyond the Top 10: July 7 edition


Scissor Cutting In:
The Scissor Sisters dance onto the U.S. album chart at No. 18 with “Night Work.” The collection logged 18,000 units its first week, which was good enough for the biggest debut outside the top 10.

He Shoots, He Scores: Orchestral movie soundtracks don’t usually make much of an impact on the chart. But three-time Oscar winner Howard Shore’s score for “The Twilight Saga: Eclipse,” released by indie E1 Entertainment, proves an exception to the rule this week, entering at No. 20 with 17,000 units sold.

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