July brings us to the second half of our year, and the stats are in for the first half of the music industry's 2013.  It's been another good year for Mumford and Sons after leading the pack in 2012 with Babel selling 1.46 million copies last year.  Add another 884,000 albums sold so far in 2013 and Mumford has reason to add smiles to their pouty faces.  Drive fave Imagine Dragons is off to a great start with their debut as well.  Here's the top tracks for this year so far according to Nielson SoundScan:

Top albums:

1) Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience  2.05 million

2) Bruno Mars' Unorthodox Jukebox  985,000

3) Mumford & Son's Babel  884,000

4) Blake Shelton's Based on a True Story  703,000

5) Imagine Dragons' Night Visions  692,000

Top digital tracks:

1) Macklemore & Ryan Lewis  Thrift Shop  5.56 million

2) Pink  Just Give Me a Reason  3.5 mil

3) Bruno Mars  When I Was Your Man  3.4 mil

4) Rihanna  Stay  3.3 mil

5) Imagine Dragons  Radioactive  3.2 mil