Weekly Music Top Sellers


  1. Pink Floyd “Endless River”
  2. CD & DVD
    CD & Blu-Ray

  3. Led Zeppelin “IV”
  4. Deluxe Edition
    Super Deluxe Edition

  5. Bob Dylan & The Band “Basement Tapes Raw: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11”
  6. Bob Dylan & The Band “Basement Tapes Complete: The Bootleg Series Vol. 11”
  7. Led Zeppelin “Houses Of the Holy”
  8. Deluxe Edition

  9. Foo Fighters “Sonic Highways”
  10. Taylor Swift “1989”
  11. Paul McCartney & Wings “Venus & Mars”
  12. Deluxe Edition

  13. Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga “Cheek To Cheek”
  14. Deluxe Edition

  15. Neil Young “Storytone”
  16. Deluxe Edition

  17. U2 “Songs Of Innocents”
  18. Deluxe Edition

  19. Annie Lennox “Nostalgia”
  20. Lucinda Williams “Where The Spirit Meets the Bone”
  21. At The Gates “At War With Reality”
  22. Deluxe Edition

  23. Paul McCartney “At The Speed Of Sound”
  24. Deluxe Edition

  25. Primus “Primus & The Chocolate Factory With The Fungi Ensemble”
  26. Prince “Art Official Age”
  27. New Basement Tapes “Lost On The River”
  28. Deluxe Edition

  29. Barbra Streisand “Partners”
  30. Yusuf (Cat Stevens) “Tell Em I’M Gone”
  31. Alt-J “This Is All Yours”
  32. Mark Lanegan Band “Phantom Radio”
  33. David Bowie “Nothing Has Changed”
  34. Deluxe Edition

  35. Flaming Lips & Fwends “With A Little Help From My Fwends”
  36. T.V On The Radio “Seeds”
  37. Robert Plant “Lullaby & the Ceaseless Roar”
  38. Gary Clark Jr “Gary Clark Jr Live”
  39. Hozier “Hozier”
  40. Run The Jewels “Run The Jewels 2”
  41. Leonard Cohen “Popular Problems”
  42. Bill Frisell “Guitar In The Space Age”
  43. Slipknot “5: The Gray Chapter”
  44. Deluxe Edition

  45. Bette Midler “It’s The Girls”
  46. Bob Seger “Ride Out”
  47. Deluxe Edition

  48. Marianne Faithfull “Melody Road”
  49. Machine Head “Bloodstone & Diamonds”
  50. Deluxe Edition

  51. Queen “Forever”
  52. Deluxe Edition

  53. Rancid “Honor Is All We Know”
  54. Neil Diamond “Melody Road”
  55. Weezer “Everything Will Be Alright In The End”
  56. Eric Clapton & Friends “Breeze: An Appreciation Of JJ Cale”

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