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Lady Gaga moved more than 300,000 units around the country last week.
I didn't start the year thinking that an unknown Scottish singer's record would

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Seattle Loves Lady Gaga and Susan Boyle, Just Like the Rest of the Country

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Lady Gaga moved more than 300,000 units around the country last week.
I didn't start the year thinking that an unknown Scottish singer's record would sell more units its first week than Eminem's would. But, damn, Susan Boyle just parlayed her 15 minutes into the biggest debut from a female artist in history. Here's a look at what Seattleites where buying last week, and how it compares to the rest of the country (after jump).

Biggest Sellers at Easy Street Stores Last Week:

1. Them Crooked Vultures, Them Crooked Vultures

2. Tom Waits, Glitter & Doom Live

3. Blakroc, Blakroc

4. Various Artists, Give Seattle 2009

5. Lady Gaga, Fame Monster

6. Susan Boyle, I Dreamed a Dream

7. Norah Jones, The Fall

8. Pink Martini, Splendor in the Grass

9. The xx, XX

10. Brandi Carlile, Give Up the Ghost

The rest of the country, via Billboard:

1. Susan Boyle, I Dreamed a Dream

2. Andrea Bocelli, My Christmas

3. Adam Lambert, For Your Entertainment

4. Rihanna, Rated R

5. Lady Gaga, The Fame Monster EP

6. Lady Gaga, The Fame (which includes the debut, and EP)

7. Miley Cyrus, The Time of Our Lives EP

8. Taylor Swift, Fearless

9. Carrie Underwood, Play On

10. Norah Jones, The Fall

 
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