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CAM’RON, ACTION

Cam’ron. Moby. Musiq. Ashanti. Pink. Doesn’t anybody have two names anymore? Mono truly is back–but then, the top 15 is led this week by a guy who has way too many names…Sean “Puffy” Combs. A frame full of formidable debuts saw P. Diddy squat at No. 1, with 255,000 copies of We Invented the Remix inventoried. At No. 2, Harlem hip-hopper Cam’ron (not to be confused with Sheryl Crow’s C’mon, C’mon) moved 226,000 copies of Come Home With Me (above). Weezer coughed up 152,000 fans for Maladroit’s No. 3 entry. Moby’s 18 had a numerologically lucky day at No. 4, selling 126,000. Rush had 108,000 fans take their name as a command, leaving Vapor Trails at No. 6, marking the fifth six-figure bow in this healthy sales week.

POP ALBUMS

LAST WEEK WEEKS ON CHART

1 — P. DIDDY & BAD BOY RECORDS PRESENT… We Invented the Remix, Bad Boy 1 2 — CAM’RON Come Home With Me, Universal 1 3 — WEEZER Maladroit, Interscope 1 4 — MOBY 18, V2 1 5 1 MUSIQ Juslisen (Just Listen), Def Jam 2 6 — RUSH Vapor Trails, Atlantic 1 7 4 ASHANTI Ashanti, Murder Inc./Def Jam 7 8 2 CELINE DION A New Day Has Come, Epic 8 9 9 VARIOUS ARTISTS NOW That’s What I Call Music! 9, Universal 9 10 7 SHERYL CROW C’mon, C’mon, A&M 5 11 6 VARIOUS ARTISTS Spider-Man soundtrack, Sony Soundtrax 3 12 8 BIG TYMERS Hood Rich, Cash Money/Universal 3 13 5 KENNY CHESNEY No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problems, BNA 4 14 3 LAURYN HILL MTV Unplugged No. 2.0, Columbia 2 15 12 PINK M!ssundaztood, Arista 26

(C)2002 BPI COMMUNICATIONS INC./SOUNDSCAN INC. USED WITH PERMISSION FROM BILLBOARD, MAY 25, 2002.

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