What’s Selling? — Week of Dec. 23

News / Preorders / December 23, 2016

In order to provide a fuller picture of the vinyl world at large, Modern Vinyl presents “What’s Selling?” our weekly feature that tells you what’s flying off the shelves in both the digital and indie record realms. Without further ado……

Billboard

1. Leonard Cohen — You Want It Darker
2. The Beatles — Abbey Road
3. Twenty One Pilots — Blurryface Live
4. The Rolling Stones — Blue and Lonesome
5. Vince Guaraldi Trio — A Charlie Brown Christmas
6. Solange — A Seat At The Table
7. Amy Winehouse — Back To Black
8. Michael Jackson — Thriller
9. Various Artists — Guardians of The Galaxy Awesome Mix Vol. 1
10. Bob Marley — Legend
11. Adele — 25
12. Panic! At The Disco — Death of a Bachelor
13. Fleetwood Mac — Rumours
14. Twenty One Pilots — Vessel
15. The Lumineers — Cleopatra
16. Chris Stapleton — Traveller
17. Miles Davis — Kind of Blue
18. Prince — Purple Rain OST
19. Taylor Swift — 1989
20. Frank Sinatra — Ultimate Sinatra

Bull Moose
An indie record store chain made up of 11 northeastern locations. This list is a little newer, thus the inclusion of the blink record.

1. Rolling Stones/Blue & Lonesome (180g Black Vinyl)
2. Stranger Things/Soundtrack Vol. 1 (clear with black smoke colored vinyl)
3. Elf/Soundtrack (Silver Glitter Vinyl)
4. Phoenix / Bill Murray/Alone On Christmas Day 7″
5. Carly Rae Jepsen/E Mo Tion Side B
6. Hold Steady/Boys And Girls In America
6. Guster/Lost & Gone Forever
8. Beatles/Abbey Road
9. Leonard Cohen/You Want It Darker
9. Jim James/Eternally Even (Gold Vinyl)
11. Lady Gaga/Joanne

Amazon (Top 10 Current Sellers, Includes Pre-orders)

1. Amy Winehouse — Back To Black
2. Twenty One Pilots — Blurryface
3. Bob Marley — Legend
4. Miles Davis — Kind of Blue
5. Chris Stapelton — Traveller
6. Adele — 25
7. Michael Jackson — Thriller
8. Adele — 21
9. Twenty One Pilots — Vessel
10. Various Artists — Guardians of the Galaxy (Score + Awesome Mix)


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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.






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