The Industry

Danielle Ate the Sandwich, 3OH!3 top sellers at local stores

While national acts like the Roots, the Black Keys and the Wolf Parade continue to be strong sellers at local record stores, local acts came in on top at two stores for the week ending Sunday, July 11. Danielle At the Sandwich, who gave an in-store performance at Twist & Shout last week, debuted at the top spot there with her latest effort, Two Bedroom Apartment, while folks at Albums on the Hill continue to show love for their Boulder brethren 3OH!3, whose Streets of Gold came in first there again and came in tenth at Independent Records. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Top Sellers 7.11.2010

Albums on the Hill

1. 3OH!3 - Streets of Gold 2. The Roots - How I Got Over 3. Gaslight Anthem - American Slang 4. The National - High Violet 5. John Common & Blinding Flashes of Light - Beautiful Empty 6. Alejandro Escovedo - Street Songs of Love 7. Janelle Monae - The Archandroid 8. Patty Griffin - Downtown Church 9. Flobots - Survival Story 10. Big Boi -Sir Luscious Left Foot... The Son of Chico Dusty Independent Records

1. Eminem - Recovery 2. Big Boi -Sir Luscious Left Foot... The Son of Chico Dusty 3. Cypress Hill - Rise Up 4. Drake - Thank Me Later 5. Hawthorne Heights - Skeletons 6. The Dream - Love King 7. The Roots - How I Got Over 8. Keith Sweat - Ridin' Solo 9. Z-Ro - Heroin 10. 3OH!3 - Streets of Gold

Twist & Shout

1. Danielle Ate the Sandwich - Two Bedroom Apartment 2. The Black Keys - Brothers 3. The Roots - How I Got Over 4. Scissor Sisters - Night Work 5. Wovenhand - The Threshingfloor 6. Wolf Parade - Expo 86 7. Blizten Trapper - Destroyer of the Void 8. Kyle Minogue - Aphrodite 9. Tom Petty - Mojo 10. Bettye LaVette - Interpretations

Wax Trax

1. Wolf Parade - Expo 86 2. Current 93 - Baalstorm,Sing Omega 3. HEALTH - Disco 2 4. Windsor for the Derby - Against Love 5. Eminem - Recovery 6. Sleigh Bells -Treats 7. Danzig - Deth Red Sabaoth 8. Melvins - The Bride Screamed Murder 9. LCD Soundsystem - This Is Happening 10. The Black Keys - Brothers

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Jon Solomon writes about music and nightlife for Westword, where he's been the Clubs Editor since 2006.
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