This Week's Top 25 at Park Ave CDs [May 14 - May 20]

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Not much of a surprise to see Beach House's new one at #1 (and their last one at #22), but I gotta say, Radiohead's In Rainbows is still selling? Who in Orlando that wants this record doesn't have it already? Apparently the answer is: A lot of people. But still ... come on you guys. Anyway, here's the 25 records that PACD sold the most of last week.

  1. Beach House – Bloom
  2. Best Coast – The Only Place
  3. Tenacious D – Rize Of The Fenix
  4. Hot Water Music – Exister
  5. Jack White – Blunderbuss
  6. Silversun Pickups – Neck Of The Woods
  7. Conor Oberst And The Mystic Valley Band – One Of...
  8. Gotye – Making Mirrors
  9. Adele – 21
  10. Radiohead – In Rainbows
  11. Mumford & Sons – Sigh No More
  12. Off! – Off!
  13. Norah Jones – Little Broken Hearts
  14. Pantera – Vulgar Display Of Power (Deluxe Edition)
  15. Alo – Sounds Like This
  16. Mewithoutyou – Ten Stories
  17. Santana – Shape Shifter
  18. The Shins – Port Of Morrow
  19. Squarepusher – Ufabulum
  20. Rufus Wainwright – Out Of The Game
  21. The Civil Wars – Barton Hollow
  22. Beach House – Teen Dream
  23. Marilyn Manson – Born Villain
  24. Sleep – Dopesmoker
  25. Death Grips – Money Store

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