Hoodlums Top 99 Vinyl Titles of 2011

Hey vinyl lovers, cialis generic viagra check out Hoodlums’ best-selling vinyl titles from 2011.\n\nWe think it’s a pretty cool list of stuff, pills and we are really proud of (and thankful to) our great customers for buying such quality art from their local hoods.  Like the Top-selling CDs of 2011 List, this one is loaded with a diverse group of titles (I love to see the differences and similarities between the two configurations).  If you are a fan of the art, there’s probably something on here you need to add to your collection.\n\nAs you can see from the numbers, CD still outsells vinyl… but we are still selling more vinyl all the time (especially as more titles hit the market).\n\nNote: RSD means the title is from Record Store Day or Indie Black Friday.\n\nHoodlums Top 99 Vinyl Titles of 2011\n

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  1. Mumford and Sons – Sigh No More
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  3. Fleet Foxes – Helplessness Blues
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  5. Bruce Springsteen – Gotta Get That Feeling (RSD)
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  7. Black Keys – El Camino (one of the only stores in the US to get a bunch)
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  9. White Stripes – Let’s Shake Hands (RSD)
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  11. Beatles – Abbey Road (amazingly, the only Beatles LP available)
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  13. Bon Iver – Bon Iver
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  15. Roger Clyne & Peacemakers – Unida Cantina (in-store performance)
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  17. Rolling Stones – Brown Sugar/Bitch (RSD)
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  19. Mumford and Sons – Dharohar Project  (RSD)
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  21. White Stripes – LaFayette Blues (RSD)
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  23. Miles Davis – Kind of Blue
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  25. Foo Fighters – Medium Rare (RSD)
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  27. Wilco – Whole Love
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  29. Ryan Adams – Ashes and Fire
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  31. Bob Dylan – Bob Dylan in Concert
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  33. Doors – Riders on the Storm (RSD)
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  35. Kings of Leon – Holy Roller Novocaine (RSD)
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  37. Red Hot Chili Peppers – Havana Affair (RSD)
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  39. Tom Waits – Bad As Me
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  41. Tom Petty – Kiss My Amps
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  43. Black Keys – Brothers
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  45. Decemberists – King is Dead
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  47. Clash – London Calling
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  49. Florence & The Machine – Lungs
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  51. Radiohead – OK Computer
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  53. Black Keys – Lonely Boy (RSD)
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  55. Beatles – Singles (RSD)
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  57. Ray LaMontagne – Live Fall (RSD)
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  59. Iron & Wine – Kiss Each Other
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  61. Bon Iver – For Emma
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  63. Radiohead – King of Limbs
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  65. Radiohead – In Rainbows
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  67. Adele – 21
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  69. Wu-Tang Clan – Enter Wu-Tang
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  71. Black Angels – Another Nice Pair (RSD)
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  73. Beach Boys – Pet Sounds
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  75. Bright Eyes – I’m Wide Awake It’s Morning
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  77. Pixies – Doolittle
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  79. Neutral Milk Hotel – In the Aeroplane Over The Sea
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  81. What Laura Says – Talk
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  83. Regina Spektor – Four from Far (RSD)
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  85. Sharon Jones & Dapkings – Soul Time (RSD)
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  87. Social Distortion – Hard Times & Nursery Rhymes
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  89. Black Keys – Magic Potion
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  91. Strokes – Is This It?
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  93. Godspeed You Black Emperor – F#A# (infinity)
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  95. Perfect Circle – Thirteenth Step
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  97. Strokes – Angles
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  99. Jimi Hendrix – Are You Experienced?
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  101. Foo Fighters – Wasting Light
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  103. John Coltrane – Love Supreme
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  105. Built to Spill – Ripple
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  107. Rush – Caravan Blues (RSD)
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  109. Shins – Oh! Inverted World
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  111. Fleet Foxes – Fleet Foxes
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  113. Amy Winehouse – Back to Black
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  115. TV on the Radio – Nine Types of Light
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  117. Tool – Opiate
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  119. Pixies – Surfer Rosa
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  121. She & Him – Volume one
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  123. Elliot Smith – Either/Or
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  125. Pearl Jam – Vs.
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  127. Nas – Illmatic
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  129. Black Angels – Phosgene Nightmare
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  131. Mayall/Clapton – Lonely Years (RSD)
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  133. Beach Boys – Good Vibrations (RSD)
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  135. Sonic Youth – Oz Tour 1993 (RSD)
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  137. Lady Gaga – Born This Way (RSD)
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  139. Velvet Underground – Loaded
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  141. Black Keys – Thickfreakness
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  143. Ryan Adams – Gold
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  145. Tool – Undertow
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  147. Flaming Lips – In a Priest-Driven Ambulance
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  149. Cursive – Ugly Organ
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  151. Arcade Fire – Suburbs
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  153. Guns N’ Roses – Appetite for Destruction
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  155. Radiohead – Kid A
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  157. Radiohead – Bends
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  159. Jason Isbell & 400 Unit – Here We Rest
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  161. Ryan Adams – Heartbreaker
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  163. Johnny Cash – American VI: Ain’t No Grave
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  165. Junior Kimbrough – All Night Long
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  167. O’ Brother Where Art Thou? Soundtrack
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  169. Bad Brains – Pay to Cum
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  171. John Lennon – Imagine 40th Anniversary box (RSD)
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  173. Soundgarden – Before the Doors Live (RSD)
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  175. Phish – Party Time? (RSD)
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  177. Dream Theater – Metropolis 2 (RSD)
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  179. Gil Scott-Heron – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
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  181. Air – Moon Safari
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  183. Tom Waits – Swordfishtrombones
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  185. Bob Dylan – Highway 61 Revisited
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  187. Tom Waits  – Heart of Saturday Night
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  189. White Stripes – White Blood Cells
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  191. Iron & Wine – Creek Drank the Cradle
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  193. Shins – Chutes Too Narrow
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  195. Beach Boys – Smile Session
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  197. Whiskeytown – Stranger’s Almanac (8 copies!)
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\n(RSD) \= Record Store Day or Indie Black Friday\n\n 

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