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What's Selling: Hoodlums Top 10 Selling Albums of the Week

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Washed Out's Within and Without topped last week's list at Stinkweeds. This week we look at what's selling at Tempe neighborhood music store Hoodlums.

The independently-owned music and movie haven has been rooted in Tempe since 1998, when they first opened their doors in the Memorial Union at Arizona State University. They've since moved off campus but the shop continues to be the neighborhood go-to place for music lovers. One reason for that is the stores' knowledgeable staff. The website has a page dedicated to the hoodlums that keep Hoodlums running, complete with biography, music specialties and doodled portraits.

Check out their week's top 10 selling albums after the jump.

1. William Elliott Whitmore - Field Songs
Released on July 12, via Anti-Records, this folk album is 34-minutes of acoustic guitar and banjo bliss.

3. Fucked Up - David Comes To Life
The Canadian hardcore/punk band describe the album as, "a rock opera set in a fictional British town during Margaret Thatcher's administration".

4. Alkaline Trio - Damnesia
The band celebrate 15 years of existence with this greatest hits album, full of new renditions of fan favorite tunes. Alkaline Trio - This Could Be Love by Epitaph Records
5. Old 97's - The Grand Theatre Volume 2 6. Adele - 21 7. Dawes - Nothing Is Wrong 8. Tune-Yards - W H O K I L L 9. Gomez - Whatever's On your Mind 10. Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi - Rome

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