Top Sellers at Area Record Stores: Week of July 27-August 2



Every Monday (Tuesday this week -- sorry, Warped Tour), 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. FIERY FURNACES: I'm Going Away 5. MATTHEW SWEET/SUSANNA HOFFS: Under the Covers, Vol. 2 6. REGINA SPEKTOR: Far 7. DIRTY PROJECTORS: BItte Orca 8. ELVIS COSTELLO: Secret, Profane and Sugarcane 9. RHETT MILLER: Rhett Miller 10. STEVE EARLE: Townes

Vintage Vinyl 1. Better Than Ezra---Paper Empire 2. Fabolous---Loso's Way 3. Rusted Root---Stereo Rodeo 4. Maxwell---BLACKsummers'night 5. Michael Jackson---Thriller 6. Michael Jackson---Bad 7. Michael Jackson---Number Ones 8. Michael Jackson---Essential Michael Jackson 9. Regina Spektor---Far 10. Wilco---Wilco (The Album)* 11. Mos Def---Ecstatic 12. Bob Marley & The Wailers---Legend 13. Son Volt---American Central Dust 14. Michael Jackson---Dangerous 15. DJ CD---Hard On The Streets 16. Dead Weather---Horehound 17. John Maxfield---Status Quo 18. Chrisette Michele---Epiphany 19. Marquise Knox---Man Child 20. Eminem---Relapse 21. 24-Carat Black---Gone: The Promises Of Yesterday 22. Midnight---To Mene 23. Jonsi & Alex---Riceboy Sleeps 24. God Help The Girl---God Help The Girl 25. Portugal The Man---Satanic Satanist

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