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At 10, it’s The Matrix Revolutions.
At 9, it’s The Beatles with And Your Bird Can Singular matrix.
At 8, it’s Huey Lewis and the News with Hip to Be Non-square Matrix.
At 7, it’s a surprise new release after 18 years of silence: The Matrix Resurrections.
At 6, it’s Adjacency Matrix by The Carpenters.
At 5, it’s Ruckus in B (matrix of) minor(s) by Wu-Tang Clan.
At 4, it’s Identity Matrix by Kraftwerk.
At 3, it’s what you get if you press F5 while playing this issue’s number one: The Matrix Reloaded.
At 2 this issue, it’s Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick by Ian Dury and the Block Diagonal Matrix Heads.
Returning to the top of the charts this issue, 23 years after its original release, it’s The Matrix.
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