Top Sellers at Area Record Stores: Week of July 19 thru July 25

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Rick Ross is the Teflon Don
  • Rick Ross is the Teflon Don

Vintage Vinyl 1. Rick Ross -- Teflon Don 2. The Roots -- How I Got Over 3. M.I.A. -- Maya 4. Eminem -- Recovery 5. Curren$y -- Pilot Talk 6. Black Keys -- Brothers 7. Trip Daddys -- Roll On!+ 8. Kentucky Knife Fight -- We're All Nameless Here+ 9. Walter Trout -- Common Ground 10. Drake -- Thank Me Later

11. Big Boi -- Sir Lucious Left Foot... The Son Of Chico Dusty 12. Brian Culbertson -- XII 13. Nas & Damian Marley -- Distant Relatives 14. Dead Weather -- Sea Of Cowards 15. Robert Randolph & the Family Band -- We Walk This Road 16. Blitzen Trapper -- Destroyer Of The Void 17. Delorean -- Subiza 18. Band of Horses -- Infinite Arms* 19. Erykah Badu -- New Amerykah Part Two: Return Of The Ankh 20. B.B. King -- Ultimate Collection 21. Lucky Old Sons -- Friendly Valley 22. Donald Byrd -- Best Of 23. DJ CD -- Hard On The Streets+ 24. Force -- Everybody Wins+ 25. Various Artists -- Reggae Gold 2010

Euclid Records 1. Sleigh Bells -- Treats 2. Peter Case - Wig 3. Black Keys -- Brothers 4. Devo - Something For Everybody 5. Rolling Stones - Exile On Main St. 6. Derek Trucks Band -- Roadsongs 7. M.I.A. -- Maya 8. Wolf Parade - Expo 86 9. Crowded House -- Intriguer 10. Robert Randolph - We Walk This Road

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