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.

It's been eight months since Adele's sophomore album, 21, debuted with a bluesy pop fervor that has helped the soulstress continue her place atop Valley record shops. She held down the top spot last week at Downtown's Revolver Records while ukulele-wielding Zach Condon, performing under the handle Beirut, sits at the number two spot. Rounding out the third spot is Swedish death metal rockers, Nihilist. How's that for diversity?

Check out the rest of the list after the jump.

1. Adele - 21 2. Beirut - The Rip Tide Orchestral indie pop that draws inspiration from around the world. Beirut - The Rip Tide by musicismysunshine

3. Nihilist - Carnal Leftovers It was a real pain in the ass finding anything on these Swedish bad boys, so click play and listen up.

4. Washed Out - Within and Without 5. Acid Maso Temple & Kill Kill Kill - The Electric Kool-Aide Results 6. Del the Funky Homosapien - Golden Era What has Del been up to? A triple CD with 34 tracks. That's more than two hours of hip-hop like only the funky homosapien can deliver. Double Barrel- Del The Funky Homosapien by SirDzl
7. Vegetable - c.f. 8. Bon Iver - Self-titled 9. Sungsang - Anak Tanpa Bangsa 10. Gay Kiss - Dumpster Rules

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