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    You're the Man debuts at #168 on Billboard 200, #17 on R&B Albums Chart

    Marvin's "You're the Man" presents the late Motown legend's first charted studio album since 1985's Dream of a Lifetime peaked at number 41 back in 1985, reaching #168 on the Billboard 200 and #17 on the R&B Albums chart (as opposed to R&B/Hip-Hop).

    His position on the R&B charts can be found here:

    How many late music legends you know can get a buzz like Marvin got from this? Wished more people had streamed it but oh well.

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    Good news! Interesting that on the posted link above to Billboard's R&B charts, in fact there are a few other late music legends with best selling albums: Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston and Bob Marley. Nice to see.

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    Yeah. Amazing Bob is still charting after all these years.


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