Countdown

Top-selling records at local independent record stores

10. NEKO CASE Blacklisted (Bloodshot)

9. INTERPOL Turn On the Bright Lights (Matador)

8. BECK Sea Changes (Geffen)

7. TORI AMOS Scarlet’s Walk (Epic)

6. JURASSIC 5 Power in Numbers (Interscope)

5. PAVEMENT Slanted and Enchanted: Luxe and Reluxe (Matador)

4. SANTANA Shaman (Arista)

3. DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE You Can Play These Songs With Chords (Barsuk)

2. SIGUR ROS ( ) (MCA)

1. NIRVANA Nirvana (DGC)

Stores reporting: Easy Street CDs and Tapes, 20 Mercer St., 206-691-3279 and 4559 California Ave. S.W., 206-938-3279; Sonic Boom, 3414 Fremont Ave. N., 206-547-BOOM and 2209 Market St., 206-297-BOOM; Silver Platters, 9560 First Ave. N.E., 206-524-3472, 14603 N.E. 20th St., Bellevue, 425-643-3472, and 16935 Southcenter Pkwy., 206-575-3472.

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