Taylor Swift's 'Reputation' sales soar, but Adele keeps her crown

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She's barely uttered a word in public for 18 months, but Taylor Swift is still causing a ruckus on the charts.

From the second it was announced, it was clear that Taylor Swift's Reputation was going to be a huge-selling album, for many obvious reasons that don't need explaining here.

According to Hits Daily Double, the album is projected to debut with 1.30-1.34 million pure USA sales.

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Her previous opening week high came courtesy 2014's "1989", which sold 1.287 million USA copies in its first week.

The 27-year-old singer-songwriter's latest studio album Reputation has sold well over a million copies in its fifth day since being released on Friday (November 10), according to the latest report.

Reputation is now Swift's fourth album to log a million-selling week.

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Swift announced the first round of USA dates for her "Reputation" tour on Monday morning.

If "reputation" indeed sells over 1.3 million copies, it will set a new career record for Swift.

This tour will make use of Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program, the groundbreaking if controversial effort with which fans can boost their place in the ticket-buying line (and hopefully beat scalpers) by purchasing albums and merchandise and sharing Swift content on social media.

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