The Omens best seller at Wax Trax

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Local albums, including new albums by the Omens and Tauntaun, grabbed the top three spots on Wax Trax's best seller list for the week ending March 15. The Handsome Furs and Antony and the Johnsons were also in the top five. See the full breakdown after the jump.

Wax Trax
Top Sellers - 03.15.09

1.   The Omens - Send Black Flowers 

2.   Tauntaun - Tauntaun
3.   Various Artists - Local Anesthetic
4.   Handsome Furs - Face Control 
5.   Antony and The Johnsons - The Crying Light 
6.   Death - For the World to See  
7.   Foot Village - Fuck The Future
8.   Mi Ami - Watersports 
9.   N.A.S.A. - The Spirit of Apollo
10. Joy Division - Leigh Rock Festival 1979

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