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Iron & Wine, Decemberists, Nicki Minaj are this week's top local sellers

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Iron & Wine's first studio effort in three years, Kiss Each Other Clean, released last week on Warner Brothers, debuted at number one at both Twist & Shout and Wax Trax, while coming in at number two at Albums on the Hill for the week ending January 30. The Decemberists' latest effort, The King is Dead, meanwhile, came in first at Albums on the Hill and Nicki Minaj is back on top at Independent Records with her Pink Friday. Click through for the full breakdown.

Top Sellers - 1/30/11

ALBUMS ON THE HILL

01. The Decemberists - The King is Dead
02. Iron & Wine - Kiss Each Other Clean
03. Cold War Kids - Mine is Yours
04. Wanda Jackson - The Party Ain't Over
05. Amos Lee - Mission Bell
06. Elephant Revival - Break in the Clouds
07. King Biscuit Boy - Good 'Uns
08. Ghost - Opus Eponymous
08. Electric Wizard - God Willlin' & the Creek Don't Rise
09. Robert Plant - Black Masses
10. Old 97's - Grand Theatre, Volume One

INDEPENDENT RECORDS

01. Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday
02.T.I. - No Mercy
03. R. Kelly - Love Letter
04. Talib Kweli - Gutter Rainbow
05. Eminem - Recovery
06. Lil Wayne - I Am Note a Human Being
07. Social Distortion - Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes
08. Cage the Elephant - Thank You Happy Birthday
09. Keyshia Cole - Calling All Hearts
10. Jamie Foxx - Best Night of My Life

TWIST & SHOUT

01. Iron & Wine - Kiss Each Other Clean
02. The Decemberists - The King is Dead
03. Amos Lee - Mission Bell
04. Wanda Jackson - The Party Ain't Over
05. Gregg Allman - Low Country Blues
06. Social Distortion - Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes
07. Pearl Jam - Live on Ten Legs
08. Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More
09. Various Artists - Live From Ebbets Field - Vol. 4 1973-1976
10. Cold War Kids - Mine Is Yours

WAX TRAX

01. Iron & Wine - Kiss Each Other Clean
02. Destroyer - Kaputt
03. Sufjan Stevens - All Delighted People
04. Eolian - Egg
05. Death - Spiritual.Mental.Physical
06. Stereolab - Not Music
07. Electric Wizard - Black Masses
08. Get Up Kids - There Are Rules
09. Cee-Lo Green - The Lady Killer
10. Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More

BEATPORT.COM

01. Avicii - "Street Dancer" (original mix)
02. Tube & Berger - "Free Tribe" (original mix)
03. Bass Kleph - "I'll Be OK" (Superskank remix)
04. Stars on 45 - "Stars on 45" (Olav Basoski remix)
05. Moguai - "Optinuum" (original mix)
06. Supernova - "Beat Me Back" (original mix)
07. Daishi Dance - "Sax@Arena" (Mitomi Tokoto remix)
08. Bass Kleph - "Oh Yeah" (original mix)
09. Luigi Rocca - "Tam Tam" (original mix)
10. Feed Me - "Grand Theft Ecstasy" (original mix)

RELATED LINKS

Angelo's
Black & Red
Atomic Records (formerly Cheapo Discs)
Vinyl Collective
Jerry's Record Exchange

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