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You can always count on Kimber Lanning and the good people at Stinkweeds Records to be ultra supportive of local bands. So are the customers who shop there.

it's always a nice treat to see homegrown kids chart on a record store's top ten list of what's selling for the week. This time, the latest release from What Laura Says makes Stinkweed's #4 slot. Wolf Parade comes in on top, folk faves Blitzen Trapper are just underneath at #2, and the new Ratatat album makes the list as well.

1. Wolf Parade, Expo 86

See the entire list after the jump...

2. Blitzen Trapper, Destroyer of the Void
3. The National, High Violet
4. What Laura Says, Bloom Cheek
5. Sleigh Bells, Treats
6. The Roots, How I Got Over
7. Various Artists, Cult Cargo: Belize City Boil Up
8. LCD Soundsystem, This Is Happening
9. Tobacco, Maniac Meat
10. Ratatat, LP4

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