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.

Christmas is officially d-u-n, done. If you're like us you're probably still sitting in a tamale coma, wrapped in you're brand new Snuggie while you're sisters watch Rio on DVD.

OK, maybe that's just me but you should seriously try it; the Snuggie I mean.

Stinkweeds might not carry the sleeved blanket but you can grab every single one of this week's best selling albums there. The Black Keys are still sitting pretty at the top spot while She and Him continue to spread holiday cheer with their latest effort. Follow the jump for the rest of the best.

1. Black Keys - El Camino 2. She and Him - A Very She and Him Christmas She & Him - The Christmas Waltz by Double Six

3. Adele - Live at The Royal Albert Hall Adele - Set Fire To The Rain - Live at The Royal Albert Hall by Will Nguyen

4. Sharon Jones and The Dap Kings - Soul Time! 5. Florence and the Machine - Ceremonials 6. Odonis Odonis - Hollandaze 7. Roots - Undun 8. Sigur Ros - Inni Sigur Ros - "Lúppulagið" by inertiamusic

9. Ryan Adams - Ashes & Fire 10. M83 - Hurry Up, We're Dreaming

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