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What's Selling: Revolver Records 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.

Your friendly neighborhood record shop, Revolver Records, celebrates four years of buying, selling and trading LPs, CDs and DVDs this month.

Here's a look back at the albums that were most in demand last week which include Girls' sophomore turn Father, Son, Holy Ghost, the debut of Wild Flag and finally, after four long years, the return of Feist. Follow the jump to see where they rank and what other releases made the cut.

1.Wilco - The Whole Love 2.St. Vincent - Strange Mercy 3.Girls - Father, Son, Holy Ghost Girls - Honey Bunny by artsandcraftsmx 4.Wild Flag - Wild Flag Glass Tambourine by Wild Flag by Timedoor 5.Beirut - The Rip Tide 6.Feist - Metals Feist - Graveyard by Arts & Crafts 7. Veronica Falls - Veronica Falls 8.Neon Indian - Era Extrana 9. Youth Lagoon - The Year Of Hibernation 10.Toro Y Moi - Freaking Out

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