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:
Euclid Records 1. SON VOLT: American Central Dust 2. WILCO: Wilco (The Album) 3. LEVON HELM: Electric Dirt 4. SONIC YOUTH: The Eternal* 5. DRIVE-BY TRUCKERS: Live from Austin 6. THE JAYHAWKS: The Very Best of the Jayhawks 7. WHITE RABBITS: It's Frightening 8. MAXWELL: Black Summer's Night 9. GREEN DAY: 21st Century Breakdown* 10. PHOENIX: Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
VINTAGE VINYL 1. MAXWELL: BLACKsummers'night 2. MICHAEL JACKSON: Thriller 3. MICHAEL JACKSON: Essential Michael Jackson 4. MICHAEL JACKSON: Off The Wall 5. MICHAEL JACKSON: Number Ones 6. WILCO: Wilco (The Album) 7. MICHAEL JACKSON: Bad 8. MICHAEL JACKSON: Vol. 1: Greatest Hits 9. MICHAEL JACKSON: Invincible 10. SON VOLT: American Central Dust 11. MICHAEL JACKSON: Dangerous 12. MICHAEL JACKSON: History: Past, Present And Future, Book 1 13. JACKSON: Love Songs 14. SONIC YOUTH: The Eternal* 15. JACKSON 5: Gold 16. MOS DEF: Ecstatic 17. JACKSON 5: The Millenium Collection 18. JEREMIH: Jeremih 19. JACKSON 5: Ultimate Collection 20. OLIVER SAIN: St. Louis Breakdown: The Best Of Oliver Sain 21. DJ CD: Hard On The Streets 22. YUNG RU: Rising Son 23. MARS VOLTA: Octahedron 24. DINOSAUR JR: Farm* 25. JACKSON 5: Never Can Say Goodbye
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