Johnny Cash's American VI: Ain't No Grave, the sixth and final installment of his American album series, and Joanna Newsom's new three-disc set Have One on Me grabbed top spots at local record stores for the week ending March 7. Peter Gabriel's covers albumScratch My Back, released last week on EMI, came in first at Twist & Shout and Sade's Soldier of Love still remains on top at Independent Records. See the full breakdown after the jump.
Top Sellers 3.7.2010
Albums on the Hill 1. Joanna Newsom - Have One on Me 2. High on Fire - Snakes for the Divine 3. Johnny Cash - American VI: Ain't No Grave 4. Freeway & Jake One - Stimulus Package 5. Madlig & Guilty Simpson - Madlib Medicine Show 2: Flight to Brazil 6. Gregory Alan Isakov - This Empty Northern Hemisphere 7. Ruby Suns - Fight Softly 8. Artist vs. Poet - Favorite Fix 9. Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra - Kollaps Tradixionales 10. South Memphis String Band - Home Sweet Home
1. Sade - Soldier of Love 2. Guccui Mane - State vs. Radric Davis 3. Young Money - We Are Young Money 4. Raheem DeVaughn - Love and War Masterpeace 5. Lil Wayne - Rebirth 6. Johnny Cash - American VI: Ain't No Grave 7. Jason Derulo - Jason Derulo 8. DJ Khaled - Victory 9. Juvenile - Cocky & Confident 10. Eminem - Relapse: Refill
Twist & Shout
1. Peter Gabriel - Scratch My Back 2. Joanna Newsom - Have One on Me 3. Johnny Cash - American VI: Ain't No Grave 4. Sade - Soldier of Love 5. John Hiatt - Open Road 6. Spoon - Transference 7. Matt Morris - When Everything Breaks Open 8. Charlotte Gainsbourg - IRM 9. Groove Armada - Black Light 10. Phoenix - Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix
1. High on Fire - Snakes for the Divine 2. Beach House - Teen Dream 3. Brian Jonestown Massacre - Who Killed Sgt. Pepper 4. Spoon - Transference 5. Yeasayer - Odd Blood 6. Various Artists -Daptone Gold 7. Past Lives - Tapestry of Webs 8. Various Artists - Rocky Mountain Gold 9. Fucked Up - Couple Tracks 10. Joanna Newsom - Have One on Me
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