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A 10" record of "Coming to the Mountain" by Bruce Haack topped the chart at Eastside Records this week.

Music lovers were also really into buying albums that mention rabbits. TunaBunny's self-titled album slipped into the mix, and No Bunny's "First Blood" LP did as well.

The unique audio graphic novel by MF Grimm was yet another top seller at Eastside.

1. Bruce Haack, The Electric Lucifer "Coming to the Mountain"

See the entire list after the jump...

2. Grinderman, Grinderman 2
3. Screaming Females, Castle Talk
4. TunaBunny, TunaBunny
5. Sun City Girls, Dante's Disneyland Inferno
6. Destruction Unit, Eclipse
7. No Bunny, First Blood
8. Madlib, Medicine Show No. 8: Advanced Jazz
9. The Vaselines, Sex With An X
10. MF Grimm, You Only Live Twice: The Graphic Novel

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