The Dream grabs top spot at Independent Records

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U2, which was the top seller the previous week, was knocked down to the number-ten spot after the Dream's brand-new Love Vs. Money, which was released last week, claimed the top stop for the week ending March 15. Jamie Foxx, Lamb of God and T.I. still hold on to top ten spots. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Independent Records
Top Sellers - 03.15.09

1.   The Dream - Love Vs. Money
2.   J. Holiday - Round 2
3.   Jamie Foxx - Intuition
4.   Hollywood Undead - Swan Songs
5.   T.I. - Paper Trail
6.   SPM - Last Chair Violinist
7.   Lamb of God - Wrath
8.   Project Pat - Real Recognize Real
9.   Soulja Boy Tell 'Em - Souljahboytellem
10. U2 - No Line on the Horizon

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