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

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Want to know what new release discs and platters are moving across the Valley at local record stores? We've got you covered with another installment of What's Selling.

After taking most of 2010 off, Chicago indie-pop rockers Wilco are back strong with last week's The Whole Love release taking top honors at Hoodlums in Tempe.

Tempe buyers are satisfying their eclectic palates by also picking up sludge metal outfit Mastodon's latest effort as well as international fusion band Tinariwen, a Saharan nomadic group that puts a modern spin on traditional Middle Eastern and African sounds.

Take a gander at the rest of the list after the jump ...

1. Wilco - The Whole Love Wilco - I Might by weallwantsome1 2. Mastodon - The Hunter Mastodon - Curl of the Burl by Roadrunner Records 3. Tinariwen - Tassili Tinariwen - Lulla by Stayloose 4. Thrice - Major/Minor 5. Jayhawks - Mockingbird Time 6. Pink Floyd - Reissues 7. Ry Cooder - Pull Up Some Dust and Sit Down 8. Nirvana - Nevermind (Reissue) 9. Laura Marling - A Creature i Don't Know 10. Primus- Green Naugahyde

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