Local Shakedown Vol. 3 top seller at Wax Trax

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Radio 1190's The Local Shakedown, Vol. 3, a two-CD collection of 41 Colorado bands released last week, topped the charts at Wax Trax, for the week ending October 18. Coming in second was Run Rabbit Run, in which New York-based string quartet Osso reinterprets Sufan Stevens' 2001 album Enjoy Your Rabbit. The Flaming Lips grabbed the third spot with Embryronic, Nick Cave & Warren Ellis' White Lunar, a collection of the duo's film music, came in fourth, while Karen O's soundtrack to the Where the Wild Things Are rounded out the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Wax Trax

Top Sellers 10.18.2009

1.   Various Artists - The Local Shakedown, Vol. 3
2.   Sufjan Stevens/Osso - Run Rabbit Run
3.   Flaming Lips - Embryonic
4.   Nick Cave & Warren Ellis - White Lunar
5.   Karen O & the Kids - Where the Wild Things Are
6.   Monsters of Folk - Monsters of Folk
7.   Hope Sandoval & the Warm Inventions - Through the Devil Softly
8.   Eagle Twin - The Unkindness of Crows
9.   The Mountain Goats - The Life of the World to Come
10. Various Artists - Local Anesthetic

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