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What's Selling: Zia Records Tempe

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College kids and Mill Avenue nutters flock to Zia Tempe for their bountiful, jam-packed selection. They had a big week with Wale topping out their charts, and Nirvana snagging two seats in the top 10. Here's what has their customers are going gaga.

1. Wale - Attention Deficit
2. Slayer - World Painted Blood
3. Julian Casablancas - Phrazes for the Young
4. Nirvana - Bleach
5. Passion Pit - Manners
6. Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
7. Nirvana - Live at Reading
8. Weezer - Ratitude
9. Owl City - Ocean Eyes
10. Morrissey - Swords


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