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Thursday, August 3, 2000

Here are the weekly charts for the nation's best-selling recorded music as they appear in this week's issue of Billboard magazine.

Top singles

1. "It's Gonna Be Me," 'N Sync

2. "Incomplete," Sisqo

3. "Bent," Matchbox Twenty

4. "Everything You Want," Vertical Horizon

5. "Try Again," Aaliyah

6. "Jumpin, Jumpin," Destiny's Child

7. "I Wanna Know," Joe

8. "Absolutely (Story Of A Girl)," Nine Days

9. "Higher," Creed

10. "Doesn't Really Matter," Janet

Top albums

1. "NOW That's What I Call Music 4," various artists

2. "Oops! ... I Did It Again," Britney Spears

3. "The Marshall Mathers LP," Eminem

4. "Country Grammar," Nelly

5. "Infest," Papa Roach

6. "Human Clay," Creed

7. "No Strings Attached," 'N Sync

8. "Nutty Professor II: The Klumps," soundtrack

9. "The Better Life," 3 Doors Down

10. "Ryde Or Die Vol. II," various artists

Top modern rock tracks

1. "Last Resort," Papa Roach

2. "Californication," Red Hot Chili Peppers

3. "Kyptonite," 3 Doors Down

4. "Wonderful," Everclear

5. "Promise," Eve 6

6. "Judith," A Perfect Circle

7. "Change (In The House Of Flies)," Deftones

8. "Sour Girl," Stone Temple Pilots

9. "Right Now," SR-71

10. "Take A Look Around," Limp Bizkit

Top country singles

1. "I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack (w/Sons of the Desert)

2. "What About Now," Lonestar

3. "It Must Be Love," Alan Jackson

4. "Prayin' For Daylight," Rascal Flatts

5. "I'll Be," Reba McEntire

6. "Flowers On The Wall," Eric Heatherly

7. "That's The Way," Jo Dee Messina

8. "Yes!" Chad Brock

9. "Some Things Never Change," Tim McGraw

10. "I Wil ... But," SheDaisy

Top country albums

1. "Fly," Dixie Chicks

2. "One Voice," Billy Gilman

3. "Breathe," Faith Hill

4. "I Hope You Dance," Lee Ann Womack

5. "Come On Over," Shania Twain

6. "The Whole Shebang," SheDaisy

7. "Wide Open Spaces," Dixie Chicks

8. "A Place In The Sun," Tim McGraw

9. "Lonely Grill," Lonestar

10. "Latest Greatest Straitest Hits," George Strait