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Revolver Records is often known for having some of the more unconventional lists for their ten best selling records of the week. (Once, their #1 slot was occupied by recordings of street music from an outdoor market in Morocco.)

This week, indie cool takes over, with Ratatat on top, The National in at #3, and an appearance by Devo, which hipster kids just can't seem to get enough of.

1. Ratatat, LP4

See the entire list after the jump...

2. Parson Sound, S/T 3LP Deluxe Box Set
3. The National, Sad Songs For Dirty Lovers
4. Talib Kweli, Reflection Eternal
5. Baths, Cerulean
6. Trash Talk, Eyes & Nines
7. Devo, Something For Everybody
8. Plastic People of the Universe, Magical Nights
9. Tender Trap, Dansette Dansette
10. Jónsi, Go

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