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Flaming Lips grab top spot at Bart's CD Cellar

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The Flaming Lips latest effort, Embryonic, debuted at the number one spot at Bart's CD Cellar for the week ending October 18. Bob Dylan's Christmas in the Heart, released last week on Columbia, came in second and Built to Spill's There Is No Enemy came in third, while the Avett Brothers' I and Love and You and Pearl Jam's Backspacer rounded out the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Bart's CD Cellar
Top Sellers 10.18.2009

1.   Flaming Lips - Embryonic
2.   Bob Dylan - Christmas in the Heart
3.   Built To Spill - There Is No Enemy
4.   Avett Brothers - I and Love and You
5.   Pearl Jam - Backspacer
6.   Girls - Album
7.   Monsters of Folk - Monsters of Folk
8.   Mark Knopfler - Get Lucky
9.   Los Lonely Boys - 1969
10. Muse - Resistance

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