The Industry

Iron Maiden, Arcade Fire top sellers at local stores

Final Frontier, Iron Maiden's fifteenth studio effort and first album in four years, debuted at second spot at Albums on the Hill and came in third at Independent Records. Arcade Fire's latest effort, The Suburbs, is still performing well and took the top slot at Albums on the Hill for the week ending August 22. Releases by local artists Matt Morris and Danielle Ate the Sandwich took the top two spots at Twist & Shout. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Top Sellers 8.22.2010

Albums on the Hill

1. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 2. Iron Maiden - the Final Frontier 3. Gregory Alan Isakov - That Sea, the Gambler 4. Brian Wilson - Brian Wilson Re-Imagines Gershwin 5. Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros - Up From Below 6. Baroness - The Blue Record 7. Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix 8. Gregory Alan Isakov - This Empty Northern Hemisphere 9. Black Crowes - Croweology 10. Fruit Bats - Ruminant Band

Independent Records

1. Eminem - Recovery 2. Bun-B - Trill O.G. 3. Iron Maiden - Final Frontier 4. Tech N9NE Collabos - Gates Mixed Plate 5. Drake - Thank Me Later. 6. Avenged Sevenfold - Nightmare 7. Rick Ross - Teflon Don 8. Big Boi - Sir Lucious Left Foot the Son 9. Kottonmouth Kings Present D-Loc - Made for Kings 10. T-Nutty - Bar 4 Bar: The Street Album

Twist & Shout

1. Matt Morris - When Everything Breaks Open 2. Danielle Ate the Sandwich - Two Bedroom Apartment 3. Ray LaMontagne - God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise 4. Mayer Hawthorne - Strange Arrangement 5. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 6. ALO - Man of the World 7. Keeler & the Keels - Thief 8. Derek Trucks - Roadsongs 9. Keane - Night Train 10. Cypress Hill - Rise Up

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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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