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This week French Canadian indie rockers Arcade Fire were the best sellers at Stinkweeds record store. And no matter what part of town you shop in, no one can seem to get enough of the latest release from Wolf Parade: They mysteriously find a way of showing up in nearly every top ten list.

Add Menomena, Wavves, and M.I.A.'s newest and you've got one hell of a hipster shopping list.

1. Arcade Fire, Suburbs

See the entire top ten list after the jump...

2. Best Coast, Crazy for You
3. The Budos Band, The Budos Band III
4. Menomena, Mines
5. Autolux, Transit Transit
6. Wavves, King of the Beach
7. Wolf Parade, Expo 86
8. M.I.A., Maya
9. Sun Kil Moon, Admiral Fell Promises
10. Mt. St. Helens Vietnam Band, Where the Messengers Meet

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