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Singer Taylor Swift performs on ABC's 'Good Morning America' to promote her new album '1989' in New York, in this October 30, 2014 file photo. [Photo/Agencies]

Taylor Swift reigned atop the US Billboard 200 album chart for a second consecutive week onWednesday after scoring the biggest debut in a dozen years.
"1989" sold 402,000 copies in its second week according to sales figures compiled by NielsenSoundScan, outpacing the cumulative sales of the rest of the nine albums in the top ten ofBillboard's weekly album chart by nearly 100,000 copies.
The "Now 52" compilation held steady at No 2 with sales of 59,000, and only three new entriesmade the top ten of the Billboard 200 chart this week.
Veteran singer Bette Midler's "It's the Girls" clocked in at No 3, British electronic music DJ CalvinHarris' "Motion" entered at No 5 and country singer Sam Hunt's "Montevallo" rounded out the listat No. 10.
"1989" opened with 1.3 million copies last week and became Swift's third album to open withmore than 1 million copies, making her the only artist to achieve the milestone. The album, billedas Swift's first all-pop record, has benefited from multi-platform promotion and the singer'sdedicated social media following.
On the Digital Songs chart this week, which measures single song downloads, Swift's "BlankSpace" and "Shake It Off" were at No 2 and No 3 respectively, behind Meghan Trainor's "AllAbout That Bass" at No 1.

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