What's Selling: Zia Records Chandler

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This week we decided to report on a record store in the deep south. While typically our charts go to the indie shops rooted in CenPho and Tempe, we thought it important to note that people in Chandler buy records too.

This week the folks that shop at Zia Records in Chandler are still digging on the new-ish Eminem record. They seem to have a proclivity towards the heavier side of things, with Korn and Authority Zero making the list, though there is a little surprise appearance by chanteuse Sheryl Crow in the #10 slot.

1. Eminem, Recovery

See the entire list after the jump...

2. Korn, Korn III: Remember Who You Are
3. Rick Ross, Teflon Don
4. Hellyeah, Stampede
5. Authority Zero, Stories of Survival
6. The Acacia Strain, Wormwood
7. Drake, Thank Me Later
8. The Black Keys, Brothers
9. Neon Trees, Habit
10. Sheryl Crow, 100 Miles From Memphis

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