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Foo Fighters' latest Roswell/RCA release, Medicine at Midnight, is on track for a debut of 60-70k after one day, with pure album sales comprising the bulk of that number. This should guarantee the Foos a Top 5 debut. 

Also just arriving is The Weeknd's hits compilation, The Highlights (XO/Republic), capitalizing on his Super Bowl halftime performance Sunday.

In recent weeks, The Weeknd's After Hours (XO/Republic) has averaged between 30-35k. We're sure the retrospective of his biggest hits will soar above that average, but can it do enough to challenge the resurgent Morgan Wallen, whose latest just finished the week with more than 150k despite industrywide condemnation of his recent behavior?

We'll have a proper projection for The Weeknd today, once we've had a chance to gauge the reaction to his performance.

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