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BEATLES OUTSELL THE POPE, BUT PONTIFF TOPS SINEAD

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The pope might not be as popular as the Beatles, but he's doing better than Sinead O'Connor.

"Live at the BBC," a collection of 56 previously un-re-leased recordings the Beatles made for the British Broadcasting Corp. in the 1960s, is at the top of the British album charts this week.Pope John Paul II made it to 53 with "The Rosary," a recording of his recital of Latin prayers, while O'Connor's album, "Universal Mother," was wallowing at 80.