Phish top seller at Bart's CD Cellar

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Joy, Phish's eleventh studio album and first release in five years, nabbed the top spot at Bart's CD Cellar while six Beatles re-issues (including Abbey Road, Sgt. Pepper's and the Stereo Box Set) dominated the store's top ten for the week ending September 13. Yo La Tengo's latest, effor, Popular Songs, came in third while Artic Monkeys and Yonder Mountain String Band round out the top ten. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Bart's CD Cellar

Top Sellers 09.13.2009

1.   Phish - Joy
2.   Beatles - Abbey Road
3.   Yo La Tengo - Popular Songs
4.   Beatles - Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
5.   Beatles - Stereo Box Set
6.   Beatles - Revolver
7.   Arctic Monkeys - Humbug
8.   Beatles - Beatles (White Album)
9.   Beatles - Past Masters
10. Yonder Mountain String Band - The Show

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