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Zia Records in Phoenix always seems to attract the hip hop and metal crowds. While this week is no exception with Eminem's The Recovery coming in at number 1, and both Ozzy Osbourne and Whitechapel making the list. Apparently the Phoenix kids still dig classic rock though, as Exile on Main St. and the new Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers record made the cut as well. (I wonder what would happen if the Tempe and Phoenix Zia kids switched stores for a week...)

1. Eminem, The Recovery

See the entire list after the jump...

2. Ozzy Osbourne, Scream
3. Drake, Thank Me Later
4. Devo, Something for Everybody
5. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mojo
6. The National, High Violet
7. The Cure, Disintegration (reissue)
8. Whitechapel, A New Era of Corruption
9. Christina Aguilera, Bionic
10. The Rolling Stones, Exile on Main St. (reissue)

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