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Moving Units: Top Five Albums at Local Independent Music Stores

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Sweat Records, Miami
1. Popular Songs, Yo La Tengo
2. The Stone Roses 20th Anniversary Re-Issue,  The Stone Roses
3. A Strange Arrangement, Mayor Hawthorne
4. Get Color, Health
5. The Beatles Re-Issues, The Beatles

Uncle Sam's Music, South Beach
1. The Blueprint 3, Jay-Z
2. Cielo: Playtime, Various Artists
3. I Look To You, Whitney Houston
4. Fame, Lady Gaga
5. One Love, David Guetta

Radio-Active, Ft. Lauderdale
1. Popular Songs, Yo La Tengo
2. Get Color, Health
3. Ellipse, Imogen Heap
4. Everything Goes Wrong, The Vivian Girls
5. Memoirs at the End of the World, The Postmarks

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