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Fans of Zia Records Phoenix largely shopped for hip-hop, rap and metal this week.
Disturbed topped the chart with Asylum.

Iron Maiden
's latest release made the list, and Fabolous slipped into the mix too.

1. Disturbed, Asylum

See the entire list after the jump...

2. Stone Sour, Audio Secrecy
3. Rick Ross, Teflon Don
4. The Black Keys, Brothers
5. Interpol, Interpol
6. Arcade Fire, The Suburbs
7. Scott Pilgrim vs. the World soundtrack
8. Iron Maiden, The Final Frontier
9. Fabolous, There Is No Competition 2: The Grieving Music Mixtape
10. Krizz Kaliko, Shock Treatment

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