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What's Selling: 4/27

Here's a look at what's selling this week at local record stores.

MGMT's Congratulations holds strong with spots in three of the four stores included in this week's tally. Dr. Dog, Broken Bells, Caribou, and Devin the Dude also make several appearances.

Hoodlums Music and Movies

1. fun. - Live at Fingerprints
2. Jeff Beck - Emotion & Commotion
3. Broken Bells - S/T
4. Gogol Bordello - Super Taranta!
5. Charlotte Gainsbourg - IRM
6. MGMT - Congratulations
7. Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More
8. Nada Surf - If I Had a Hi-Fi
9. Dr. Dog - Shame, Shame
10. Roky Erickson with Okkervil River - True Love Cast Out All Evil

More record store charts after the jump...

Stinkweeds Record Exchange

1. MGMT - Congratulations
2. Plants and Animals - La La Land
3. The Tallest Man On Earth - The Wild Hunt
4. Caribou - Swim
5. Soft Pack - S/T
6. Sharon Jones & The Dap Kings - I Learned The Hard Way
7. Dr. Dog - Shame, Shame
8. Roky Erickson with Okkervil River - True Love Cast Out All Evil
9. Local Natives - Gorilla Manor
10. The Bird and the Bee - Interpreting The Masters, Vol. 1

Zia - Phoenix

1. Gucci Mane - Burrprint Mixtape
2. E-40 - Revenue Retrievin'
3. Ludacris - Battle of the Sexes
4. MGMT - Congratulations
5. Murs & 9th Wonder - Fornever
6. Goldfrapp - Head First
7. Cypress Hill - Rise Up
8. Kurupt - Streetlights
9. Little Brother - Leftback
10. Devin the Dude - Suite #420

Zia Records - Tempe

1. Circa Survive - Blue Sky Noise
2. Sevendust - Cold Day Memory
3. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach
4. Ratt - Infestation
5. Devin the Dude - Suite #420
6. Cypress Hill - Rise Up
7. Broken Belles - S/T
8. Little Brother - Leftback
9. Kottonmouth Kings - Long Live the Kings
10. Caribou - Swim

If you work at an independently owned record store and would like your charts added to the list, leave a comment at the end of the blog.

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