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Susan Boyle grabs top spot at Twist and Shout

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Scottish singing sensation Susan Boyle's I Dreamed a Dream, which is the fastest selling album in Britain this year, nabbed the top spot at Twist & Shout for the week ending November 29. Tom Waits' Glitter and Doom Live, released last week on Anti, came in second while Them Crooked Vultures moved down to number three. Blakroc and Lady Gaga rounded out the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.


Twist & Shout

Top Sellers 11.29.2009

1.   Susan Boyle - I Dreamed a Dream
2.   Tom Waits - Glitter and Doom Live
3.   Them Crooked Vultures - Them Crooked Vultures
4.   Blakroc - Blakroc
5.   Lady Gaga - Fame Monster
6.   Tom Petty - Live Anthology
7.   Rosanne Cash - The List
8.   The Swell Season - Strict Joy
9.   Norah Jones - The Fall
10. Sting - If on a Winter's Night

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