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Moving Units: Top Five Albums at Local Independent Music Stores

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Moving Units is a column on Crossfade tracking the best-selling music at South Florida independent record stores. Click here to view past top sellers.

Best-sellers for the week of June 28- July 3

Uncle Sam's Music, South Beach

1. Wilco, Wilco
2. Subliminal Sessions, Erick Morillo
3. Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King, Dave Matthews Band
4. The Ones, Michael Jackson
5. World Series Brazil, Hed Kandi

Sweat Records, Miami

1. Octahedron, Mars Volta
2. Wilco, Wilco
3. Voltaic, Bjork
4. Far, Regina Spektor
5. Beacons of Ancestorship, Tortoise

Radio-Active Records, Fort Lauderdale

1. Wilco, Wilco
2. Voltaic, Bjork
3. Journal For Plague Lovers, The Manic Street Preachers
4. Farm, Dinosaur Junior
5. Ephemeral, Pelican

Backbone Music, Delray Beach

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