Top Sellers at Area Record Stores: Week of June 28-July 5

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+ = local, * = coming to town

Wolf Parade's latest album, Expo 86
  • Wolf Parade's latest album, Expo 86

Euclid Records 1. Wolf Parade -- Expo 86 2. Black Keys -- Brothers 3. Rolling Stones -- Exile on Main St. 4. Robert Randolph & the Family Band -- We Walk This Road 5. Band of Horses -- Infinite Arms 6. Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings -- I Learned the Hard Way 7. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers -- Mojo * 8. Flaming Lips with Stardeath and White Dwarfs -- The Dark Side of the Moon * 9. Roots -- How I Got Over 10. Herbie Hancock -- The Imagine Project

Vintage Vinyl 1. Superions -- The Superions 2. Roots -- How I Got Over 3. Eminem -- Recovery 4. Drake -- Thank Me Later 5. The-Dream -- Love King 6. Derek Trucks Band -- Roadsongs 7. Nas and Damian Marley -- Distant Relatives 8. Alejandro Escovedo -- Street Songs of Love * 9. Wolf Parade -- Expo 86 10. Gogol Bordello-- Trans-Continental Hustle * 11. Maps & Atlases -- Perch Patchwork 12. Sleigh Bells -- Treats 13. Scissor Sisters -- Night Work 14. Janelle Monae -- The ArchAndroid * 15. Latimore -- All About the Rhythm and the Blues 16. Norman Brown -- Sending My Love 17. DJ CD -- Vol. 1: Derrty Radio + 18. Black Keys -- Brothers 19. Neon Trees -- Habits * 20. The National -- High Violet * 21. Various Artists -- Silky Soul Music ... An All-Star Tribute to Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly 22. Chemical Brothers -- Further 23. Trombone Shorty -- Backatown 24. DJ CD -- Hard on the Streets + 25. Against Me! -- White Crosses *

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