Monday, July 20, 2009

Top Sellers at Area Record Stores: Week of July 13-July 19

Posted By on Mon, Jul 20, 2009 at 5:00 PM

Every Monday, A to Z publishes the best-selling releases from area independent record stores from the preceding week. An asterisk after an album name indicates that the act is coming to town. And so without further ado:

Apop Records 1. DINOSAUR JR: Farm* 2. DEERHUNTER: Rainwater Cassette Exchange 3. BONE AWL: Not For Our Feet 4. SUNN O))): Monoliths & Dimensions 5. SIX FINGER SATELLITE: Half Control 6. CURRENT 93: Aleph at Hallucinatory Mountain 7. SIR RICHARD BISHOP: Freak of Araby 8. WOLD: Imperator 9. THE REBEL: Exciting New Venue for Soccer and Execution of Women 10. KHANATE: Clean Hands Go Foul

Euclid Records 1. DEAD WEATHER: Horehound 2. WILCO: Wilco (The Album) 3. SON VOLT: American Central Dust 4. THE JAYHAWKS: Very Best of the Jayhawks 5. LEVON HELM: Electric Dirt 6. CLUTCH: Strange Cousins from the West 7. REGINA SPEKTOR: Far 8. THE FRAY: The Fray 9. DEERHUNTER: Rainwater Cassette Exchange 10. WHITE RABBITS: It's Frightening

Vintage Vinyl 1. ERIN MCCARLEY: Love, Save The Empty 2. MAXWELL: BLACKsummers'night 3. MICHAEL JACKSON: Off The Wall 4. DEAD WEATHER: Horehound 5. MICHAEL JACKSON: Thriller 6. BRYAN GREENBERG: Waiting For Now 7. WILCO: Wilco (The Album) 8. MICHAEL JACKSON: Bad 9. MICHAEL JACKSON: Number Ones 10. MICHAEL JACKSON: Essential Michael Jackson 11. MOS DEF: Ecstatic 12. MICHAEL JACKSON: Dangerous 13. SON VOLT: American Central Dust 14. NODZILLA: Iller 15. TWISTA: Category F5 16. SONIC YOUTH: The Eternal 17. MICHAEL JACKSON---Gold 18. REGINA SPEKTOR---Far 19. SICK PUPPIES: Tri-Polar 20. CLUTCH: Strange Cousins From The West 21. JACKSON 5: Ultimate Collection 22. JACKSON 5: The Millenium Collection 23. MICHAEL JACKSON: Vol. 1: Greatest Hits 24. DISCOVERY: LP 25. VARIOUS ARTISTS: Reggae Gold 2009

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