Park Ave CDs' Top 25 of the week [Jan 3 - Jan 9]

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This chart covers Jan. 3 - Jan. 9, which means that, for all intents and purposes, it's less the first chart of 2011 than it is the last chart of 2010.

  1. The Black Keys / Brothers / Nonesuch
  2. Arcade Fire / The Suburbs / Merge
  3. Kanye West / My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy / Def Jam
  4. Ryan Adams & The Cardinals / III/IV / Paxam
  5. Greenhornes / **** / Warner Bros
  6. Kings Of Leon / Come Around Sundown / RCA
  7. Yann Tiersen / Dust Lane / Anti
  8. XX / XX / XL
  9. The Sainte Catherines / Fire Works / Anchorless
  10. Cee-Lo Green / The Lady Killer / Atlantic
  11. Justin Townes Earle / Harlem River Blues / Bloodshot
  12. The Morning Benders / Big Echo / Rough Trade
  13. Mumford & Sons / Sigh No More / Glassnote
  14. Of Montreal / False Priest / Polyvinyl
  15. Daft Punk / Tron Legacy / Walt Disney Records
  16. Caribou / Swim / Merge
  17. Brian Eno / Small Craft On A Milk Sea / Warp
  18. Belle & Sebastian / Write About Love / Matador
  19. Minus The Bear / Omni / Dangerbird
  20. Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros / Up From Below / Vagrant
  21. Jay-Z / The Hits Collection, Vol. 1 / Def Jam
  22. She & Him / Volume 2 / Merge
  23. Wavves / King Of The Beach / Fat Possum
  24. Sufjan Stevens / The Age Of Adz / Asthmatic Kitty
  25. Shadow Shadow Shade / Shadow Shadow Shade / Public Records

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