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Country Weekly - January 8, 2002

A lot of old, a little new - top albums and singles shine
Top Albums
Two of the year's top-selling albums belonged to Tim McGraw - and one of them, Set This Circus Down, is the only entry in the year-end Top 10 to have actually been released in 2001.
1. Greatest Hits, Tim McGraw (Curb)
2. O Brother, Where Art Thou? Soundtrack (Mercury)
3. Coyote Ugly, Soundtrack (Curb)
4. Breathe, Faith Hill (Warner Bros.)
5. Fly, Dixie Chicks (Monument/Sony)
6. I Hope You Dance, Lee Ann Womack (MCA Nashville)
7. Greatest Hits, Kenny Chesney (BNA)
8. Set This Circus Down, Tim McGraw (Curb)
9. Born To Fly, Sara Evans (RCA)
10. One Voice, Billy Gilman (Epic/Sony)
Top Singles
It was a big year for comebacks, as both Brooks & Dunn and Travis Tritt triumphantly emerged from long dry spells to make the list of radio's most-played hits.
1. "Ain't Nothing 'Bout You," Brooks & Dunn (Arista Nashville)
2. "It's A Great Day To Be Alive," Travis Tritt (Columbia)
3. "Don't Happen Twice," Kenny Chesney (BNA)
4. "You Shouldn't Kiss Me Like This," Toby Keith (DreamWorks)
5. "I'm Already There," Lonestar (BNA)
6. "One More Day," Diamond Rio (Arista Nashville)
7. "She Couldn't Change Me," Montgomery Gentry (Columbia)
8. "Who I Am," Jessica Andrews (DreamWorks)
9. "Austin," Blake Shelton (Giant/Warner Bros.)
10. "What I Really Meant To Say," Cyndi Thomson (Capitol)

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