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We can all agree on M.I.A.
What do you think? The following is list of the ten best-selling albums from a city last week.

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Black Keys, Alejandro Escovedo, and MIA: Were These the Top 3 Sellers In Austin, St. Louis, Or Seattle Last Week?

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We can all agree on M.I.A.
What do you think? The following is list of the ten best-selling albums from a city last week.

1. Back Keys, Brothers

2. Alejandro Escovedo, Street Songs Of Love

3. M.I.A., Maya

4. Jimmie Vaughan, Plays Blues, Ballads, and Favorites

5. Danger Mouse & Sparklehorse, Dark Night Of the Soul

6. Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Mojo

7. Eminem, Recovery

8. Crowded House, Intriguer

9. Mumford & Sons, Sigh No More

10. The Roots, How I Got Over

These are the best sellers in one of the following shops:

A. Waterloo Records, Austin

B. Vintage Vinyl, St. Louis

C. Sonic Boom's Ballard Location, Seattle

The answer's after the jump.

If you said the above records were the big sellers at Austin's Waterloo Records & Video last week, you are a genius! Congrats. Here's what folks were buying in St. Louis and Seattle last week:

St. Louis' Vintage Vinyl

1. Robert Randolph, We Walk This Road

2. M.I.A., Maya

3. Currensy, Pilot Talk

4. Big Boi, Sir Lucious Left Foot... The Son Of Chico Dusty

5. Roots, How I Got Over

6. Eminem, Recovery

7. Drake, Thank Me Later

8. Foxy Shazam, Foxy Shazam

9. Latimore, All About The Rhythm & The Blues

10. Rhymefest, El Che

Seattle's Sonic Boom Records in Ballard

1. M.I.A.. Maya

2. The Head and the Heart, Self-titled

3. Wolf Parade, Expo 86

4. Black Keys, Brothers

5. Roots, How I Got Over

6. Big Boi, Sir Lucious Left Foot

7. Ratatat, LP4

8. LCD Soundsystem, This is Happening

9. National, High Violet

10. School of Seven Bells, Disconnect From Desire

 
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