Broken Bells, Jimi Hendrix top sellers at local record stores

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The Broken Bells' self-titled debut, which features the duo of Danger Mouse and the Shins' Mercer, was a strong seller at local record stores for the week ending March 28. Jimi Hendix's Valleys of Neptune, a new album made of a dozen unreleased tracks that the guitarist recorded four decades ago, also sold well. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Top Sellers 03.28.2010 Albums on the Hill

1. Drive-By Truckers - The Big To-Do 2. Broken Bells - Broken Bells 3. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys of Neptune 4. White Stripes - Under Great White Northern Lights 5. Bonobo - Black Sands 6. She & Him - Volume Two 7. Dillinger Escape Plan - Option Paralysis 8. World Playground - World Playground 9. Mose Allison - The Way of the World 10. Richmond Fontaine - We Used to Think the Freeway Sounded Like a River

Independent Records

1. Brotha Lynch Hung - Dinner and a Movie 2. Monica - Still Standing 3. Ludacris - Battle of the Sexes 4. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach 5. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys of Neptune 6. Flobots - Survival Story 7. Snoop Dogg - More Malice 8. Broken Bells - Broken Bells 9. Lil Wayne - Rebirth 10. Justin Bieber - My World 2.0

Wax Trax

1. Bonnie "Prince" Billy & the Cairo Gang- The Wonder Show of the World 2. Gorillaz - Plastic Beach 3. Pavement - Quarantine the Past 4. Broken Bells - Broken Bells 5. Autechre- Oversteps 6. Jimi Hendrix - Valleys of Neptune 7. Eddy Current Suppression Ring - Rush to Relax 8. Goldfrapp - Head First 9. Liars - Sisterworld 10. Titus Andronicus - The Monitor

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