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Taylor Swift performs during New Year's Eve 2015 in Times Square at Times Square on Dec. 31, 2014 in New York City.
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Taylor Swift’s 1989 has beaten out Frozen for 2014’s top selling album.

After only nine weeks on sale, Swift’s slick pop recording pipped Disney’s blockbuster soundtrack to the post, selling 3.66 million copies, according to Nielsen Music.

Frozen held the title for every other week in 2014 but in the final week came in second place with 3.53 million copies sold, Billboard reports.

It’s not the first time Swift has taken the top-selling title. In 2009, her second album Fearless took her to the number one spot, shifting 3.22 million units.


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