Top Sellers at Area Record Stores: Week of July 12-18

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Euclid Records 1. M.I.A. - Maya 2. Tom Petty - Mojo 3. Derek Trucks Band - Roadsongs 4. Black Keys - Brothers 5. Devo - Something For Everybody 6. Wolf Parade - Expo 86 7. Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. 8. Steve Miller Band - Bingo 9. Crowded House - Intriguer 10. Sleigh Bells - Treats

Vintage Vinyl 1. ROBERT RANDOLPH---We Walk This Road 2. M.I.A.---Maya 3. CURRENSY---Pilot Talk 4. BIG BOI---Sir Lucious Left Foot... The Son Of Chico Dusty 5. ROOTS---How I Got Over 6. EMINEM---Recovery 7. DRAKE---Thank Me Later 8. FOXY SHAZAM---Foxy Shazam 9. LATIMORE---All About The Rhythm & The Blues 10. RHYMEFEST---El Che 11. SLEIGH BELLS---Treats 12. TOM PETTY & THE HEARTBREAKERS---Mojo 13. NORMA JEAN---Meridional 14. WOLF PARADE---Expo 86 15. HOOTEN HALLERS---Epic Battle Of Good & Evil 16. SUN KIL MOON---Admiral Fell Promises 17. CHEMICAL BROTHERS---Further 18. THE DREAM---Love King 19. DELTA SPIRIT---History From Below 20. BLACK KEYS---Brothers 21. HOLE---Nobody's Daughter 22. GASLIGHT ANTHEM---American Slang 23. ARIEL PINK'S HAUNTED GRAFFITI---Before Today* 24. MAPS & ATLASES---Perch Patchwork 25. EL DEBARGE---Ultimate Collection

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