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'Hope for Haiti' Compilation Album to Take No. 1 Spot on Hot 200

January 26, 2010 (4:39 am) GMT
Powered by tracks performed by Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake and Madonna, 'Hope for Haiti' album is estimated to break U.S. record.

Contrary to previous prediction which suggested would return to the top slot of Billboard Hot 200, "Hope for Haiti" star-studded compilation album is estimated to rule the chart next week. The charity effort is suggested to easily pull in around 150,000 downloads.

This album will become the first digital-only album to rule the U.S. albums chart since its nearly 54-year history. It is slated to hit the online stores on January 27, featuring 20 singles performed by , , , and among others.

With "Hope for Haiti" album standing in its way to the top, "I Dreamed a Dream" is predicted to secure the runner-up position. The debut album from the "" alum is said to add another 80,000 copies.

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