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Someone Else Was Born With Your Face, Sorry
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Released in 1991 just before he began his tumultuous battle with Warner Brothers Records, this album was arguably Prince’s last commercially triumphant release.
Alternative darlings Young The Giant jump to the summit with “Something To Believe In.” Wrabel pushes 10-2 with “11 Blocks.” Katy Perry debuts her new song, “Rise”, at No. 14. Calvin Harris and Rihanna also debut on the countdown at No. 17 with their new collaboration “This Is What You Came For.”