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Beatles remastered Global chart

The latest global CD chart for the week of Oct. 17 from Mediatraffic shows:

The highest ranking album for the week ending Oct. 17 is "Abbey Road" at #13, down from #9 last week. Then comes "The Beatles (White Album)" (#15, from #13), "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" (#16, from #11), "Rubber Soul" (going up to #18, from #19 last week), "Revolver" (also advancing, from #20 to #19), "Past Masters" (#22, up from #28), "Magical Mystery Tour" (#25, from #32), "Help!" (#27, from #30), "A Hard Day's Night" (#28, from #33), "Let It Be" (#29, from #31), "Please Please Me" (#31, from #35), "With the Beatles" (#33, from #39), "Beatles For Sale" (#34, from #40) and "Yellow Submarine" (back on the chart at #40, after missing a week last week.)

On the U.S. Billboard Catalog Album chart, "Abbey Road" leads the pack at #2 (under Michael Jackson's "Number Ones"), while Hits Daily Double's Budding Album Release chart shows "Abbey Road" the highest ranking album at #26, down from #16 last week. The latest Official UK Charts Company chart (from 10/10) showed "Sgt. Pepper" highest ranking at #52.

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