Dan Auerbach grabs top spot at Albums on the Hill

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Black Keys' singer Dan Auerbach and Edward Sharp & the Magnetic Zeros nabbed the first and second spots at Albums on the Hill for the week ending January 10. The singer Lhasa, who passed away on January 1 at the age of 37, had two albums in the top ten, including her self-titled disc, released last April, and her debut, La Llorona. Silversun Pickups' Swoon and Gregory Alan Isakov's This Empty Northern Hemisphere, meanwhile, rounded out the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Albums on the Hill
Top Sellers 1.10.2010

1.   Dan Auerbach - Keep it Hid
2.   Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros - Up From Below
3.   Lhasa - Lhasa
4.   Silversun Pickups - Swoon
5.   Gregory Alan Isakov - This Northern Empty Hemisphere
6.   Lhasa - La Llorona
7.   Geoff Muldaur - Geoff Muldaur & the Texas Sheiks
8.   Blakroc - Blakroc
9.   Reed Foehl - Once An Ocean
10. Peirce  Pettis - That Kind of Love

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