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Arcade Fire, Los Lobos top sellers at local stores

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Arcade Fire's latest effort, The Suburbs, continues to dominate the local charts, claiming the top spots at Albums on the Hill, Twist & Shout and Wax Trax for the week ending August 15. Los Lobos' Tin Can Trust, released August 3 on Shout! Factory, performed well, as did Wolf Parade's Expo 86 , M.I.A.'s Maya and Eminem's Recovery. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Top Sellers 8.15.2010

Albums on the Hill

1. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 2. Various Artists - Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (original motion picture soundtrack) 3. Sundowner - We Chase the Waves 4. Darrell Scott - Crooked Road 5. Los Lobos - Tin Can Trust 6. Modest Mouse - Moon & Antarctica (10th anniversary edition) 7. Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More 8. Eliza Gilkyson, John Gorka and Lucy Kaplansky - Red Horse 9. We Landed on the Moon - This One for the Books 10. David Wilcox - Open Hand

Independent Records

1. Eminem - Recovery 2. Bun-B - Trill O.G. 3. Tech N9NE Collabos - Gates Mixed Plate 4. Avenged Sevenfold - Nightmare 5. Rick Ross - Teflon Don 6. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 7. Big Boi - Sir Lucious Left Foot 8. Drake - Thank Me Later 9. Five Finger Death Punch - War Is the Answer 10. Messy Marv - Thizz City

Twist & Shout

1. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 2. Wolf Parade - Expo 86 3. Gov't Mule - Mulennium 4. Woody Guthrie - Greatest Songs 5. Black Crowes - Croweology 6. Los Lobos - Tin Can Trust 7. M.I.A. - Maya 8. The Black Keys - Brothers 9. Crowded House - Intriguer 10. Blitzen Trapper - Destroyer of the Void

Wax Trax

1. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 2. Danger Mouse and Sparklehorse - Dark Night Of The Soul 3. Best Coast - Crazy For You 4. Warlock Pinchers - Bomb The Franklin Mint 5. Budos Band - III 6. M.I.A. - Maya 7. Wire - Send 8. Pussy Galore - Unauthorised Oven Bait 9. Scissor Sisters - Night Work 10. Various Artists - Local Anesthetic

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