Joe Nichols grabs top spot at Twist and Shout

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Grammy-nominated Country singer Joe Nichols grabbed the top spot at Twist & Shout for the week ending November 8. Nirvana's 20th Anniversary of Bleach, released last week on Sub Pop, came in second, while the Swell Season's Strict Joy grabbed the second slot. Slayer's World Painted Blood and Weezer's Raditude rounded out the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.

1.    Joe Nichols - Old Things New
2.    Nirvana - Bleach
3.    Swell Season - Strict Joy
4.    Slayer - World Painted Blood
5.    Weezer - Raditude
6.    Gov't Mule - By a Thread
7.    Say Anything - Say Anything
8.    Tegan & Sara - Sainthood
9.    Pink Martini - Splendor in the Grass
10.  Wolfmother - Cosmic Egg

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