Park Ave CDs' Top 25 of the week [Jan 17-24]




Here are this week's Top 25 best-selling CDs at Park Ave CDs.

    1. The Decemberists - The King Is Dead (Capitol)
    2. Social Distortion - Hard Times And Nursery Rhymes (Epitaph)
    3. Pearl Jam - Live On Ten Legs (Monkeywrench)
    4. Metallica - Live At Grimey's (Warner Bros)
    5. Gregg Allman - Low Country Blues (Rounder)
    6. Mumford & Sons - Sigh No More (Glassnote)
    7. Ghost - Opus Eponymous (Metal Blade)
    8. The Pauses - A Cautionary Tale (New Granada)
    9. Cake - Showroom Of Compassion (Upbeat)
    10. Cage The Elephant - Thank You, Happy Birthday (Red Ink)
    11. Ryan Adams & The Cardinals - Iii/Iv (Paxam)
    12. Arcade Fire - The Suburbs (Merge)
    13. Deerhunter - Halcyon Digest (4AD)
    14. She & Him - Volume 2 (Merge)
    15. Daft Punk - Tron Legacy (Walt Disney Records)
    16. The Tallest Man On Earth - The Wild Hunt (Dead Oceans)
    17. The Aquabats - Hi-Five Soup! (Fearless)
    18. Smith Westerns - Dye It Blonde (Fat Possum)
    19. The Jayhawks - Hollywood Town Hall [Expanded Edition] (Legacy)
    20. Cee-Lo Green - The Ladykiller (Elektra)
    21. Florence & The Machine - Lungs (Universal)
    22. Keith Richards - Vintage Vinos (Mindless Records)
    23. Deadmau5 - 4 X 4 = 12 (Ultra)
    24. XX - XX (XL)
    25. Shadow Shadow Shade - Shadow Shadow Shade (Public Records)

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