Ray LaMontagne's God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise, released August 17 on RCA, took the top spot at Twist & Shout. Arcade Fire's The Suburbs continues to perform well, while JJ Grey & Mofro Georgia Warhorse, released last week on Alligator Records, claimed the second slots at Albums on the Hill and Twist & Shout. See the full breakdown after the jump.
Top Sellers 8.29.2010
Albums on the Hill
1. Blind Guardian - At the Edge of Time 2. JJ Grey & Mofro - Georgia Warhorse 3. The Sword - Warp Riders 4. The Books - The Way Out 5. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 6. Budos Band - Budos Band III 7. Ray LaMontagne & the Pariah Dogs - God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise 8. Tift Merritt - See You on the Moon 9. Frazey Ford - Obadiah 10. Eels - Tomorrow Morning
1. Eminem - Recovery 2. Tech N9NE Collabos - Gates Mixed Plate 3. Katy Perry - Teenage Dream 4. Bun-B - Trill O.G. 5. Drake - Thank Me Later 6. Iron Maiden - Final Frontier 7. Fantasia - Back to Me 8. Apocalyptica - 7th Symphony 9. Keith Sweat - Ridin' Solo 10. The-Dream - Love King
Twist & Shout
1. Ray LaMontagne & the Pariah Dogs - God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise 2. JJ Grey & Mofro - Georgia Warhorse 3. Black Keys - Brothers 4. Mogwai - Special Moves 5. Sword - Wrap Riders 6. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs 7. Paper Bird - When the River Took Flight 8. Ronnie Earl - Spread the Love 9. John Mellencamp - No Better Than This 10. Los Lobos - Tin Can Trust
1. Budos Band - III 2. !!! - Strange Weather, Isn't It 3. Ra Ra Riot - The Orchid 4. Le Divorce - Pull Yourself Together 5. Wire - Send 6. NOFX - The Longest EP 7. The Sword - Warp Riders 8. Git Some - Loose Control 9. Menomena - Mines 10. The Herbalizer - Herbal Tonic
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