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Justin Dylan Renney
Vampire Weekend at Deck the Hall Ball
Seattle kept gobbling up copies of Vampire Weekend's Contra this week, as well as new

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Vampire Weekend's Contra Fends Off Hope For Haiti (Well, In Seattle At Least)

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Justin Dylan Renney
Vampire Weekend at Deck the Hall Ball
Seattle kept gobbling up copies of Vampire Weekend's Contra this week, as well as new releases from Spoon and Eels. The rest of the nation (#s after the jump) were picking up the so-far digital-only release of Hope For Haiti Now (since it's digital, don't expect it to show up on the Easy Street list anytime soon, obviously), and Spoon got its highest chart debut of its career at #4. Not bad, fellas.

Top sellers at Easy Street locations last week:

1. Vampire Weekend, Contra

2. Spoon, Transference

3. Eels, End Times

4. Shabazz Palaces, Shabazz Palaces

5. Tom Waits, Glitter & Doom Live

6. Shabazz Palaces, Of Light

7. The xx, XX

8. Blakroc, Blakroc

9. Animal Collective, Merriweather Post Pavilion

10. Editors, In This Light & On This Evening

Top sellers around the nation, via Billboard:

1. Compilation, Hope For Haiti Now

2. Susan Boyle, I Dreamed a Dream

3. Lady Gaga, The Fame

4. Spoon, Transference

5. Compilation, 2010 Grammy Nominees

6. Vampire Weekend, Contra

7. Alicia Keys, The Element of Freedom

8. Ke$ha, Animal

9. Black Eyed Peas, The E.N.D.

10. Taylor Swift, Fearless

 
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