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Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Top Sellers at Area Record Stores: Week of March 29

Posted By on Tue, Apr 6, 2010 at 4:04 PM


* denotes a band coming to town; + signifies a local band Euclid Records 1. Broken Bells - Broken Bells 2. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys Of Neptune 3. She & Him - Vol 2. 4. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach 5. Johnny Cash - Ain't No Grave 6. Rogue Wave - Permalight 7. Frightened Rabbit - Winter Of Mixed Drinks* 8. Ted Leo & The Pharmacists - Brutalist Bricks 9. Goldfrapp - Headfirst 10. Black Rebel Motorcycle Club - Beat The Devil's Tattoo

Vintage Vinyl 1. ERYKAH BADU---New Amerykah Part Two: Return Of The Ankh 2. USHER---Raymond V Raymond 3. MONICA---Still Standing 4. MURPHY LEE---You See Me+ 5. SADE---Soldier Of Love 6. THIS CITY OF TAKERS---Going Along With These Delusions Will Not Be Helpful+ 7. ERIC ROBERSON---Music Fan First 8. METH GHOST RAE---Wu-Massacre 9. SHE & HIM---Volume 2 10. BROKEN BELLS---Broken Bells 11. MADLIB---Medicine Show No. 3: Beat Konducta In Africa 12. XX---XX 13. BONNIE PRINCE BILLY---Wondershow Of The World 14. RAHEEM DEVAUGHN---Love & War Masterpeace 15. TREY SONGZ---Ready

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