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I must admit that it hasn't left my home CD players (come on, it's a six-disc changer from the '90s) since I reviewed it .

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Here's Why Seattleites Keep Gobbling Up Norah Jones' The Fall: It's the Guilty Pleasure Record of the Year

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I must admit that it hasn't left my home CD players (come on, it's a six-disc changer from the '90s) since I reviewed it. It goes down easy (after a few listens), and I'm starting to appreciate her as a rock 'n' roll frontwoman rather than a "Hey, this isn't jazz, but it's on Blue Note?" singer. What the rest of the country's listening to is after the jump.

Top sellers at Seattle's Easy Street Records locations last week:

1. Various Artists, Give Seattle 2009

2. Various Artists, Live at KEXP, Vol. 5

3. The xx, XX

4. Blakroc, Blakroc

5. Tom Waits, Glitter & Doom Live

6. Them Crooked Vultures, Them Crooked Vultures

7. Susan Boyle, I Dreamed a Dream

8. Lady Gaga, Fame Monster

9. Norah Jones, The Fall

10. Pearl Jam, Backspacer

What everyone else is listening to, via Billboard:

1. Susan Boyle, I Dreamed a Dream

2. Andrea Bocelli, My Christmas

3. TV Soundtrack, Glee

4. Taylor Swift, Fearless

5. Carrie Underwood, Play On

6. Lady Gaga, The Fame

7. Christ Brown, Graffiti

8. Justin Bieber, My World

9. Michael Buble, Crazy Love

10. Gucci Mane, The State Vs. Radric Davis

 
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