January 10th, 2012 1:54 pm | Ruth Brown Music | Posted In: News

PDX Charts

The Top Selling Albums in Portland for Jan. 2-8


Whilst putting together our 2011 end-of-year round-up of Portland facts and figures, which included the city's best-selling albums, most rented DVDs, and top viewed movies, it occured to us that reading about what you people read, watch, listen to and eat is really freaking interesting. So we've decided to make the top selling albums in Portland a weekly event.

This week we're including both Jackpot Records and Music Millennium. We're hoping to add a third next week, and to check in with smaller mom-and-pop shops on the regular. We're also going to use this as a place to list in-store shows and signings, because those are lovely.

So without further ado, on with the listage:

Music Millennium

1. The Black Keys — El Camino
2. Tom Waits — Bad As Me
3. Florence & the Machine — Ceremonials
4. Paul Simon — So Beautiful or So What
5. Wild Flag — Self Titled

Jackpot Records

1. The Black Keys — El Camino
2. Florence and the Machine — Ceremonials
3. M83 — Hurry up, We're Dreaming
4. Adele — 21
5. V/A — Thai Funk Volume 2


Saturday Jan. 14
Throwback Suburbia @ Music Millennium (3158 E Burnside St., 231-8926), 3 pm

Sunday Jan. 15
The Crescendo Show @ Music Millennium, 5 pm
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