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Amoeba's Top Sellers from 9/11-9/19

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Hollywood's favorite record store lists its top 25... see the top ten after the jump

11. Leslie Hall - Door Man's Daughter

12. Brazilian Girls - Talk to La Boys

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13. Thom Yorke - Eraser

14. Cat Power - Greatest

15. Ratatat - Classics

16. Silversun Pickups - Carnavas

17. Mastodon - Blood Mountain

18. Junior Boys - So This is Goodbye

19. Roots - Game Theory

20. R.E.M. - Best: IRS Years 82-87

21. Beyonce - B'Day

22. IMA Robot - Monument to the Masses

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23. M. Ward - Post-War

24. Grizzly Bear - Yellow House

25. Audioslave - Revelations

1.Justin Timberlake - Futuresex/Lovesounds

2. TV on the Radio - Return to Cookie Mountain

3. Mars Volta - Amputechture

4. Black Keys - Magic Potion

5. Rapture - Pieces of the People

6. Yo la Tengo - I Am Not Afraid of You...

7. Bob Dylan - Modern Times

8. John Mayer - Continuum

9. J Dilla - Shining

10. Basement Jaxx - Crazy Itch Radio

photo by daquella manera via flickr

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