Coldplay's lead vocalist Chris Martin. Paul White/AP
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British rockers Coldplay retained the top spot on the weekly Billboard 200 album chart on Wednesday, holding off new entries from Mariah Carey and Austin Mahone.For the week ended June 1, overall album sales totaled 4.2 million units, down 13 percent from the comparable week in 2013, Billboard said.On the Digital Songs chart, Australian rapper Iggy Azalea held steady at No. 1 for a second week with "Fancy," selling 289,000 downloads, while her collaboration with pop singer Ariana Grande, "Problem," kept its position at No. 2 with 243,000 digital copies sold.
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