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Moving Units: Top Five Albums at Local Independent Music Stores

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

Top Five Albums for the Week of September 28-October 3

Sweat Records, Miami

1. Where The Wild Things Are, Karen O. & the Kids
2. I And Love And You, The Avett Brothers
3. Miami Bass Warriors 12", Miami Bass Warriors
4. Stone Roses (20 Anniversary Edition LP), Stone Roses
5. Rational Geographic Vol. 2 CD, Awesome New Republic

Uncle Sam's Music, South Beach
1. Celebration, Madonna
2. One Love, David Guetta,
3. The Monsters of Folk, The Monsters of Folk
4. Backspacer, Pearl Jam
5. Wild Young Hearts, The Noisettes

Radio-Active Records, Ft. Lauderdale
1. Chicken Switch, The Melvins
2. True Love's Gutter, Richard Hawley
3. 24/7, Gus Gus
4. Love 2, Air
5. La Roux, La Roux

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