Brooklyn's the Antlers grabbed the top spot at Albums on the Hill with Hospice, while Lyle Lovett's latest effort, Natural Forces, came in at number two for the week ending January 3. Lhasa's self-titled album, Neko Case's Middle Cyclone and Otis Taylor's Pentatonic Wars and Love Songs rounded out the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.
Albums on the Hill
Top Sellers 1.3.2010
1. Antlers - Hospice
2. Lyle Lovett - Natural Forces
3. Lhasa - Lhasa
4. Neko Case - Middle Cyclone
5. Otis Taylor - Pentatonic Wars and Love Songs
6. Blakroc - Blakroc
7. Jay Farrar & Benjamin Gibbard - One Fast More Or I'm Gone: Kerouac's Big Sur
8. Reverend Horton Heat - Laughin & Cryin'
9. Weezer - Raditude
10. Dan Auerbach - Keep it Hid
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