FOPP Top 10 retail chart

May 2012
Music Week;5/25/2012, Issue 21, p35
Trade Publication
The article lists the top 10 music releases in the FOPP music retail chart including "Blunderbuss," by Jack White, "Isn't Anything: Remastered," by My Bloody Valentine and "Dr. Dee," by Damon Albarn.


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