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Southland Shows a Fondness for 'Brothers' R&B Soundtrack Three albums entered the Top 10 on both the national and Southern California sales charts this week, but the sleeper is just out of sight: The soundtrack album from the urban comedy-drama "The Brothers," dominated by classic and contemporary R&B by Eric Benet, Jaheim, Dave Hollister and others, is at No. 11 locally, though it registered at just No. 32 nationwide.

March 31, 2001|RICHARD CROMELIN

TOP 10 ALBUMS

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Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week

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1 Part III, 112 (2) -- 2 Hotshot, Shaggy (1) 2 3 Everyday, Dave Matthews Band (3) 1 4 Pleasures U Like, Jon B (6) -- 5 No Angel, Dido (7) 3 6 Tha Last Meal, Snoop Dogg (37) 8 7 Exit Wounds soundtrack, various (8) -- 8 Just Push Play, Aerosmith (5) 7 9 1, the Beatles (13) 10 10 Greatest Hits, Lenny Kravitz (15) 9

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TOP 10 SINGLES

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Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week 1 Get Over Yourself, Eden's Crush (1) 1 2 Request Line, Black Eyed Peas (6) 8 3 It's Over Now, 112 (9) 2 4 Bow Wow, Lil' Bow Wow (4) 4 5 Butterfly, Crazy Town (5) 5 6 Dollaz Drank & Dank, Mr. Short Khop (38) 6 7 Promise, Jagged Edge (10) 7 8 Look at Us, Sarina Paris (19) 3 9 What Would You Do, City High (3) -- 10 Bizounce, Olivia (2) --

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Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ended March 25

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