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Taylor Swift's Back On Top

Feb. 19 2009, Published 4:12 a.m. ET

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Record industry execs are stunned by the sudden upturn of Taylor Swift's album "Fearless," which has been on the record charts for 14 weeks, got knocked down to number four, and is back on top again.

The strength of the surging Swift kept the Robert Plant/Alison Krauss Grammy hit "Raising Sand" from nabbing the number one spot, though it did take a giant step from 69 to two.

India.Aire's "Testimony: Vol. 2, Love & Politics" vaulted from nowhere to take the third spot, while The Fray

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falls from 1 to 4. Also new on the charts this week is Lily Allen at number five with "It's Not Me, It's You."

The Boss's one-week number one wonder, "Working on a Dream," plunges to sixth place, a surprise given how hard he's out there promoting the record.

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