Top Sellers at Area Record Stores: Week of September 28-October 4



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. Avett Brothers - I & Love & You 2. Bottle Rockets - Lean Forward* 3. Mark Knopfler - Get Lucky* 4. Pearl Jam - Backspacer 5. Wilco - Wilco The Album 6. Monsters Of Folk - Monsters Of Folk 7. Black Crowes - Before The Frost* 8. Mars Volta - Octahedron 9. Phish - Joy 10. Muse - The Resistance

Vintage VInyl 1. BRAND NEW---Daisy* 2. JAY-Z---The Blueprint 3 3. ALICE IN CHAINS---Black Gives Way To Blue 4. AVETT BROTHERS---I & Love & You 5. MARIAH CAREY---Memoirs Of An Imperfect Angel 6. DRAKE---So Far Gone 7. VARIOUS ARTISTS---Silky Soul Music: All Star Tribute To Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly 8. PEARL JAM---Backspacer 9. DETHLOK---Metalocalypse: Dethlok Dethalbum II* 10. WHITNEY HOUSTON---I Look To You 11. GHOSTFACE KILLAH---Wizard Of Poetry 12. BREAKING BENJAMIN---Dear Agony 13. MAXWELL---BLACKSummers'Night* 14. HOPE SANDOVAL & THE WARM INVENTIONS---Through The Devil Softly 15. ERIC ROBERSON---Music Fan First 16. LIL' BOOSIE---Superbad: The Return Of The Badazz 17. BEATLES---White Album 18. LANGHORNE SLIM---Be Set Free 19. TREY SONGZ---Ready 20. MATISYAHU---Light* 21. A.F.I.---Crash Love* 22. GIRLS---Album 23. K-JON---I Get Around 24. WILLIE CLAYTON---Love, Romance & Respect 25. OLIVER SAIN---St. LouisBreakdown: The Best Of Oliver Sain

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