iTunes Chart Watch: 'Songs For Japan' #1

You can get some tunes and help the Japanese people recover from the devastating earthquake and tsunami...
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iTunes Chart Watch Top 10 Songs Top 10 Albums iTunes Music Store

iTunes Songs For Japan R.E.M. U2 Bruce Springsteen Justin Bieber

The big story on this week's iTunes Chart Watch is the Songs For Japan compilation that is #1 on the albums chart. We have all been heartbroken by the devastation in the aftermath of the earthquake and tsunami. iTunes and several artists and their labels have assembled a digital benefit album for $10, proceeds going to relief efforts. It's great to see it at #1. If you've already donated to the effort, God bless you. If you haven't, here's an opportunity to be generous and get a little musical attaboy along with it. Among the artists included on the set are R.E.M., U2, Bruce Springsteen, Justin Bieber, and more.

Another title of notice on the albums chart is The Strokes' new album Angles. We had quite the wait between albums three and four and their new set has been embraced by the iTunes listening crowd as has the latest from Panic! At The Disco.

Wiz Khalifa's new album is out this week but already his single "No Sleep" is #1.

iTunes' top 10 selling singles and albums of the week ending March 28, 2011:

Singles:

  1. "No Sleep" - Wiz Khalifa
  2. "Just Can't Get Enough" - Black Eyed Peas
  3. "E.T. (feat. Kanye West)" - Katy Perry
  4. "S&M" - Rihanna
  5. "Forget You" - Cee Lo Green
  6. "Look At Me Now (feat. Lil Wayne & Busta Rhymes)" - Chris Brown
  7. "Born This Way" - Lady GaGa
  8. "On the Floor (feat. Pitbull)" - Jennifer Lopez
  9. "Blow" - Ke$ha
  10. "Next 2 You (feat. Justin Bieber)" - Chris Brown

Albums:

  1. Songs for Japan - Various Artists
  2. F.A.M.E. - Chris Brown
  3. 21 - Adele
  4. Angles - The Strokes
  5. Vices & Virtues - Panic! At the Disco
  6. I Remember Me - Jennifer Hudson
  7. Sigh No More - Mumford & Sons
  8. Hello Fear - Kirk Franklin
  9. Sucker Punch - Various Artists
  10. When You're Through Thinking Say Yes - Yellowcard