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U2 top seller at Black & Read

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Black and Read in Arvada has already sold out of U2's brand album, No Line on the Horizon, which just hit stores yesterday. Animal Collective, Andrew Bird, Wino and Atmosphere, meanwhile, also showed strong sales this week. See the full top ten breakdown after the jump.

1.   U2 - No Line on the Horizon.
2.   Andrew Bird - Noble Beast
3.   Animal Collective - Merriweather Post Pavillion
4.   Wino - Punctuated Equilibrium
5.   Atmosphere - God Loves Ugly
6.   Pink Floyd - Dark Side of the Moon
7.   Kottonmouth Kings - The Green Album
8.   White Stripes - Icky Thump
9.   Venom - Hell

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