Seattle's Almost as Crazy For Norah Jones and John Mayer as the Rest of the Country Is

At least 286,000 women in this country still love John Mayer (KeyArena, March 31). Sonic Boom and Easy Street shoppers still love Brandi Carlile and Built to Spill, and Robbie Williams appears destined to remain painfully ignored on our side of the water.

Here's a look at what was selling in Seattle, and what folks brought home around the country last week (after the jump).

Easy Street's Top Sellers Last Week:

1. Brandi Carlile, Give Up the Ghost

2. Them Crooked Vultures, Them Crooked Vultures

3. John Mayer, Battle Studies

4. Norah Jones, The Fall

5. Nirvana, Live at Reading

6. Pearl Jam, Backspacer

7. Pink Martini, Splendor in the Grass

8. Phoenix, Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix

9. Various Artists, Give Seattle 2009

10. Built to Spill, There is No Enemy

The rest of the country, via Billboard:

1. John Mayer, Battle Studies

2. Andrea Bocelli, My Christmas

3. Norah Jones, The Fall

4. Casting Crowns, Until the Whole World Hears

5. 50 Cent, Before I Self Destruct

6. Justin Bieber, My World EP

7. Michael Jackson, This Is It

8. New Moon Soundtrack

9. Carrie Underwood, Play On

10. Taylor Swift, Fearless

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