What's Selling: Stinkweeds 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.

The best part about Halloween is dressing up. Although no one in this week's list at Stinkweeds in Phoenix is particularly horrifying, top selling newcomers Bjork and Ryan Adams are plenty dressed up. The number three and five acts on this list forego the bland blog-themed website and actually make the visit to their respective pages worthwhile. Bjork's bizarre world looks more like an Asteroids game screen, while Adams' channels his inner 1981 with a website that looks like an Atari arcade console. Check out the links after the jump. It's totally worth the five minutes you were going to waste on the internet somewhere else.

Happy Halloween all you crazy kids!

1. Tom Waits - Bad as Me After last week's unveiling at Carly's was it really any surprise who would be number 1 this week? Tom Waits - Bad As Me by antirecords

2. M83 - Hurry Up, We're Dreaming An epic 74-minutes of pop beats and airy synths. Midnight City by M83

3. Bjork - Biophilia It's Bjork.

4. Feist - Metals 5. Ryan Adams - Ashes & Fire 6. Deer Tick - Divine Providence 7. Real Estate - Days 8. Kitty, Daisy & Lewis - Smoking In Heaven 9. Hanni El Khatib - Will the Guns Come Out 10. Surfer Blood - Tarot Classics

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