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BLACK VINYL

The BuzzAngle-compiled chart of the Top 50 vinyl sellers from the Black Friday iteration of Record Store Day contains a little bit of everything, from grunge torchbearers Alice in Chains and Soundgarden and punk progenitors the Ramones to ’60s-rooted greats Bob Dylan, the Rolling Stones and the Kinks.

Among the more unlikely entries are a South Park Christmas collection and LSD pioneers Timothy Leary, Ralph Metzner and Richard Alpert’s The Psychedelic Experience. In all, this chart looks far more wide-ranging than a typical CIMS weekly vinyl chart, thanks to a plethora of limited-edition pressings.

Columbia Legacy came up big, logging the top spot—the aforementioned Alice in Chains—and three of the top four sellers.

In the macro sense, these are not marginal sales, with 25k in on Friday and the 40k for the weekend. Overall, an impressive showing indeed.

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