Grinderman, which features Nick Cave and three members of the Bad Seeds, claimed the top spot at Albums on the Hill and landed in the top five at Twist & Shout with Grinderman 2, released last week on Anti.
The Black Angels' Phosphene Dream, meanwhile, which also came out last week on the Blue Horizon Ventures imprint, took the top spot at Twist and Wax Trax while rounding out the top five at Albums on the Hill.
Finally, Trey Songz' Passion, Pain & Pleasure , his followup to last year's Ready, debuted at number one on Independent Records' top-sellers list for the week ending September 19. See the full breakdown after the jump.
Top Sellers 09.19.2010
Albums on the Hill
1. Grinderman - Grinderman 2 2. Superchunk - Majesty Shredding 3. Brandon Flowers - Flamingo 4. Robert Plant - Band of Joy 5. Black Angels - Phosphene Dream 6. Jenny & Johnny - I'm Having Fun Now 7. Of Montreal - False Priest 8. Cloud Cult - Light Chasers 9. Justin Townes Earle - Harlem River Blues 10. Seu Jorge & Almaz - Seu Jorge & Almaz
1. Trey Songz - Passion, Pain & Pleasure 2. Krizz Kaliko - Shock Treatment 3. Linkin Park - Thousand Suns 4. Eminem - Recovery 5. Disturbed - Asylum 6. Stone Sour - Audio Secrecy 7. Tech N9ne Collabos - Gates Mixed Plate 8. Bun-B - Trill O.G. 9. Brandon Flowers - Flamingo 10. Weezer - Hurley
Twist & Shout
1. Black Angels - Phosphene Dream 2. Robert Plant - Band of Joy 3. JJ Grey & Mofro - Georgia Warhorse 4. Grinderman - Grinderman 2 5. Tegan & Sara - Sainthood 6. Interpol - Interpol 7. Ray LaMontagne - God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise 8. Arcade Fire - Suburbs 9. Black Keys - Brothers 10. Walkmen - Lisbon
1. Black Angels - Phosphene Dream 2. Superchunk - Majesty Shredder 3. The Vaselines - Sex With An X 4. !!! - Strange Weather, Isn't It? 5. Git Some - Loose Control 6. Pale Sketcher - Jesu: Pale Sketches Demixed 7. Grinderman - Grinderman 2 8. Black Keys - Brothers 9. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 10. Black Mountain - Wilderness Heart
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