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What's Selling: Zia Record Exchange (Tempe) Top 10 Selling Albums of the Week

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.

Since his solo debut, DC guitar whiz Tosin Abasi has enlisted the help of a second guitarist in Javier Reyes and drummer Navene Koperweis to round out his post-Reflux band, Animals As Leaders. Their sophomore album, Weightless is full of quick guitar licks and heavy hitting drum hits. The November 8 release is good enough to land the number 2 spot at Zia Record Exchange in Tempe.

Megadeth, Angels and Airwaves and Tech N9ne are a few of the bands making their debut on this week's list. Check out who else is making noise on this week's list.

1. Tom Waits - Bad As me 2. Animals As Leaders - Weightless 02. Odessa by Dmure 3. Five Finger Death Punch - American Capitalist 4. Megadeth - Th1rt3en Megadeth - Public Enemy No. 1 by Roadrunner Records 5. Pink Floyd - Reissues 6. Mac Miller - Blue Slide Park 7. Florence + the Machine - Ceremonials 8. Angels And Airwaves - Love Part 1 & Part 2 Shove by Angels & Airwaves 9. Adele - 21 10. Tech N9ne - All 6's And 7's

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