Wilco's latest effort, Wilco (the album), nabbed the top spot at Twist & Shout for the second week in a row while Son Volt's American Central Dust came in fourth for the week ending July 12. Local singer-songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov's This Empty Northern Hemisphere came in third while the Drive-By Truckers' Live From Austin, TX, released last week on New West, debuted at number six. See the full breakdown after the jump.
Twist & Shout
Top Sellers 07.12.09
1. Wilco - Wilco (the album)
2. Michael Jackson - Thriller
3. Gregory Alan Isakov - This Empty Northern Hemisphere
4. Son Volt - American Central Dust
5. Michael Jackson - Essential
6. Drive-By Truckers - Live From Austin, TX
7. Levon Helm - Electric Dirt
8. Sonic Youth - The Eternal
9. Maxwell - BLACKsummers' Night
10. Michael Jackson - Off the Wall
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