What's Selling: Revolver Records Top 10 Selling Albums of the Week

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Since 2007, Revolver Records has kept its racks full of music with a vast collection of vinyl, CDs and DVDs. Their website boasts that the shop carries more than 25,000 new and used LPs, providing Phoenicians with plenty of ways to fill their ears with euphoria. Find out what downtowners are listening to with this week's list of top 10 selling albums after the jump.

1. Fred McDowell - The Alan Lomax Recordings
This LP is a 12-song collection of the first recordings of Mississippi Fred McDowell recorded in 1959. It's chock-full of blues classics to stomp your foot to.

2. Bon Iver - Bon Iver
You may recall that Milwaukee's mayor declared July 22, Bon Iver Day. Almost two months after the albums release it looks like people are making everyday, Bon Iver day.

3. V/A - Turkish Freakout! 2
This compilation of Turkish Psych-Folk is a 17-track dose of Turkey funk.

4. Crystal Antlers - Two-Way Mirror 5. Thou - Archer and the Owle 6. Courtney Marie Andrews - For One I Knew 7. Les Rallizes Denudes - Cable Hogue Soundtrack 8. Serge Gainsbourg - Gainsbourg Percussions 9. Destruction Unit - Sonoran 10. Misantropic - Insomnia

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