Sunday, May 24, 2015

Bob Dylan – Top 50 Albums

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Happy birthday to Bob Dylan, born Robert Allen Zimmerman on this day in 1941 in Duluth, Minnesota. He has become one of rock music’s most iconic performers and his name is synonymous with the term “folk rock.” In celebration, here are his top albums according to Dave’s Music Database, which factors in sales, chart data, awards, and appearances on best-of lists.


The Top 50 Bob Dylan Albums

1. Blonde on Blonde (1966) *
2. Blood on the Tracks (1975) *
3. Highway 61 Revisited (1965) *
4. Bringing It All Back Home (1965) *
5. The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan (1963) *
6. Time Out of Mind (1997) *
7. Desire (1976) *
8. John Wesley Harding (1967) *
9. Love and Theft (2001) *
10. The Royal Albert Hall Concert (The Bootleg Series Volume 4) (live, recorded 1966) *

11. Modern Times (2006) *
12. Nashville Skyline (1969) *
13. The Basement Tapes (archives, recorded in 1967 with the Band) *
14. Another Side of Bob Dylan (1964) *
15. Greatest Hits (compilation, 1967)
16. Oh Mercy (1989)
17. Greatest Hits Vol. II (compilation, 1971)
18. Planet Waves (with the Band, 1974)
19. Slow Train Coming (1979)
20. Before the Flood (live with the Band, 1974)

21. Together Through Life (2009)
22. Biograph (box set, released in 1985)
23. Bob Dylan (1962)
24. The Bootleg Series Volumes 1-3 (archives, released 1991)
25. Tempest (2012)
26. New Morning (1970)
27. Street Legal (1978)
28. Infidels (1983)
29. Shot of Love (1981)
30. The Concert at Philharmonic Hall (The Bootleg Series Volume 6) (live, recorded 1964)

31. Good As I Been to You (1992)
32. Self Portrait (1970)
33. Empire Burlesque (1985)
34. World Gone Wrong (1993)
35. Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid (1973)
36. The Witmark Demos (The Bootleg Series Volume 9) (archives, recorded 1962-1964)
37. Shadows in the Night (covers, 2015)
38. The Rolling Thunder Revue (The Bootleg Series Volume 5) (live, recorded 1975)
39. No Direction Home Soundtrack (The Bootleg Seris Volume 7) (archives, recorded 1959-1966)
40. Saved (1980)

41. Best of (compilation, released 1997)
42. Under the Red Sky (1990)
43. Hard Rain (live, 1976)
44. Knocked Out Loaded (1988)
45. At Budokan (live, 1978)
46. Tell Tale Signs (The Bootleg Series Volume 8) (archives, released 2008)
47. Down in the Groove (1988)
48. Ten of Swords (bootleg box set, released 1985)
49. Dylan (1970)
50. Christmas in the Heart (2009)

* One of the top 1000 albums of all-time according to Dave’s Music Database.


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Saturday, May 23, 2015

The Biggest #1 Albums in U.K. Chart History

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This is a list of the #1 albums of all time according to the UK album charts. It includes all albums logging eight weeks or more at the top. For albums logging the same number of weeks at #1, they are listed in order of highest ranking according to Dave’s Music Database. This list was originally posted on Facebook on 4/19/11. and updated on 5/23/15.

    115 weeks:

  1. South Pacific (soundtrack, 1958)

    70 weeks:

  2. The Sound of Music (soundtrack, 1965)

    48 weeks:

  3. The King and I (soundtrack, 1956)

    33 weeks:

  4. Simon & Garfunkel…Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970)

    30 weeks:

  5. The Beatles…Please Please Me (1963)

    27 weeks:

  6. The Beatles…Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)

    23 weeks:

  7. Adele…21 (2011)

    22 weeks:

  8. Elvis Presley…G.I. Blues (1960)

    21 weeks:

  9. The Beatles…A Hard Day’s Night (1964)
  10. The Beatles…With the Beatles (1963)

    19 weeks:

  11. My Fair Lady (cast album, 1956)

    18 weeks:

  12. Saturday Night Fever (soundtrack, 1977)
  13. Elvis Presley…Blue Hawaii (soundtrack, 1961)

    17 weeks:

  14. The Beatles…Abbey Road (1969)
  15. Carpenters…The Singles 1969-1973 (1973)

    15 weeks:

  16. Spice Girls…Spice (1996)
  17. Phil Collins……But Seriously (1989)

    14 weeks:

  18. Dire Straits…Brothers in Arms (1985)
  19. Cliff Richard & the Shadows…Summer Holiday (1963)

    13 weeks:

  20. Grease (soundtrack, 1978)
  21. West Side Story (soundtrack, 1961)
  22. Bob Dylan…John Wesley Harding (1967)

    12 weeks:

  23. Bob Marley & the Wailers…Legend (1984)
  24. The Verve…Urban Hymns (1997)
  25. The Rolling Stones…The Rolling Stones, aka England’s Newest Hitmakers, 1964)
  26. Simply Red…Stars (1991)
  27. Adam & the Ants…Kings of the Wild Frontier (1981)
  28. Ed Sheeran…X (2014)
  29. Kids from Fame…Kids from Fame (1982)

    11 weeks:

  30. Alanis Morissette…Jagged Little Pill (1995)
  31. Shania Twain…Come on Over (1997)
  32. Whitney Houston et al…The Bodyguard (soundtrack, 1992)
  33. Elton John…Greatest Hits (1974)
  34. The Beatles…Beatles for Sale (1964)
  35. Meat Loaf…Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell (1993)
  36. Abba…Greatest Hits (1976)
  37. Pal Joey (soundtrack, 1957)
  38. various artists…20 All-Time Hits of the ‘50s (1999)

    10 weeks:

  39. Oasis…What's the Story Morning Glory (1995)
  40. Abba…Arrival (1976)
  41. James Blunt…Back to Bedlam (2004)
  42. Dido…Life for Rent (2003)
  43. Eurythmics…Greatest Hits (1991)
  44. The Rolling Stones…No. 2 (aka ‘Now!’) (1965)
  45. The Corrs…Talk on Corners (1997)
  46. Emeli Sandé…Our Version of Events (2012)
  47. The Beach Boys…20 Golden Greats (1976)

    9 weeks:

  48. Madonna…The Immaculate Collection (1990)
  49. The Beatles…1 (2000)
  50. The Beatles…Help! (1965)
  51. Terence Trent D’Arby…Introducing the Hardline According to… (1987)
  52. Travis…The Man Who (1999)
  53. Abba…Super Trouper (1980)
  54. Barbra Streisand…Love Songs (1982)
  55. Boyzone…By Request (1999)
  56. Stylistics…Best of (1975)
  57. George Mitchell Minstrels…Black and White Minstrel Show (1961)

    8 weeks:

  58. Michael Jackson…Thriller (1982)
  59. The Beatles…The Beatles (aka “The White Album”) (1968)
  60. The Beatles…Rubber Soul (1965)
  61. Paul Simon…Graceland (1986)
  62. George Harrison…All Things Must Pass (1970)
  63. Abba...Gold – Greatest Hits (1992)
  64. The Rolling Stones…Aftermath (1966)
  65. T-Rex…Electric Warrior (1971)
  66. George Michael…Ladies and Gentlemen: Best of (1998)
  67. Sam Smith…In the Lonely Hour (2014)
  68. Leona Lewis…Spirit (2007)
  69. Take That…Beautiful World (2006)
  70. Various Artists…Now That’s What I Call Music 3 (1984)
  71. George Mitchell Minstrels…Another Black and White Minstrel Show (1961)
  72. Various Artists…20 Dynamic Hits (1972)

Saturday, May 16, 2015

The Biggest #1 Albums in U.S. Chart History

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Originally posted on Facebook on 11/15/10 and then at DavesMusicDatabase.com on 2/4/12. Updated 5/16/15.

This is a list of the #1 albums of all time according to the Billboard charts. Albums are listed in order of most weeks at #1. In the event of ties (of which there are many), the album ranking highest in Dave’s Music Database is listed first and so on. Also, the year listed is when the album was released or first charted. Consequently, it may not indicate the actual year in which the album peaked at #1.

69 weeks:

1. South Pacific (cast album, 1949)

54 weeks:

2. West Side Story (soundtrack, 1961)

42 weeks:

3. Mario Lanza…The Student Prince (soundtrack, 1954)

39 weeks:

4. Bing Crosby…Merry Christmas (aka ‘White Christmas’) (1945)

37 weeks:

5. Michael Jackson…Thriller (1982)

31 weeks:

6. Fleetwood Mac…Rumours (1977)
7. South Pacific (soundtrack, 1958)
8. Harry Belafonte…Calypso (1956)

25 weeks:

9. Al Jolson…Songs He Made Famous (1947)
10. Jane Froman…With a Song in My Heart (1952)

24 weeks:

11. Prince & the Revolution…Purple Rain (soundtrack, 1984)
12. Saturday Night Fever (soundtrack, 1977)

23 weeks:

13. Adele…21 (2011)
14. Jackie Gleason…Music for Lovers Only (1952)

21 weeks:

15. M.C. Hammer…Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em (1990)

20 weeks:

16. The Bodyguard (soundtrack, 1992)
17. Elvis Presley…Blue Hawaii (soundtrack, 1961)

19 weeks:

18. Show Boat (soundtrack, 1951)
19. Mario Lanza…The Great Caruso (soundtrack, 1951)

18 weeks:

20. Dirty Dancing (soundtrack, 1987)
21. Garth Brooks…Ropin’ the Wind (1991)
22. The Monkees…More of the Monkees (1967)

17 weeks:

23. The Police…Synchronicity (1983)
24. Billy Ray Cyrus…Some Gave All (1992)
25. Doris Day…Love Me or Leave Me (1955)
26. Danny Kaye…Hans Christian Andersen (1953)

16 weeks:

27. Titanic (soundtrack, 1997)
28. The Sound of Music (cast album, 1959)
29. An American in Paris (soundtrack, 1951)
30. Vanilla Ice…To the Extreme (1990)
31. Andy Williams…Days of Wine and Roses (1963)
32. Glenn Miller…Glenn Miller and His Orchestra (1945)

15 weeks:

33. The Beatles…Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)
34. Pink Floyd…The Wall (1979)
35. Carole King…Tapestry (1971)
36. My Fair Lady (cast album, 1956)
37. REO Speedwagon…Hi Infidelity (1980)
38. Men at Work…Business as Usual (1981)
39. The Kingston Trio…At Large (1959)
40. Eddie Fisher…I’m in the Mood for Love (1952)

14 weeks:

41. Stevie Wonder…Songs in the Key of Life (1976)
42. The Beatles…A Hard Day’s Night (soundtrack, 1964)
43. Whitney Houston…Whitney Houston (1985)
44. Ray Charles…Modern Sounds in Country and Western Music (1962)
45. Mary Poppins (soundtrack, 1964)
46. Bob Newhart…The Button-Down Mind of Bob Newhart (1960)
47. Exodus (soundtrack, 1961)
48. Al Jolson…Volume Three (1948)

13 weeks:

49. Hair (cast album, 1967)
50. Judy Garland…Judy at Carnegie Hall (1961)
51. The Monkees…The Monkees (1966)
52. Frozen (soundtrack, 2013)
53. Enoch Light with Terry Snyder & the All Stars…Persuasive Percussion (1960)

12 weeks:

54. Alanis Morissette…Jagged Little Pill (1995)
55. Grease (soundtrack, 1978)
56. George Michael…Faith (1987)
57. Santana…Supernatural (1999)
58. The Music Man (cast album, 1957)
59. Vaughn Meader…The First Family (1962)
60. Henry Mancini…Breakfast at Tiffany’s (soundtrack, 1961)
61. The Kingston Trio…Sold Out (1960)
62. High Society (cast album, 1956)
63. The King Cole Trio…The King Cole Trio (1945)

11 weeks:

64. The Beatles…Abbey Road (1969)
65. Whitney Houston…Whitney (1987)
66. Mariah Carey…Mariah Carey (1990)
67. Taylor Swift…Fearless (2008)
68. The Beatles…Meet the Beatles! (1964)
69. Taylor Swift…1989 (2014)
70. Miami Vice (TV soundtrack, 1985)
71. Lawrence Welk…Calcutta! (1961)
72. Doris Day with Harry James & His Orchestra…Young Man with a Horn (soundtrack, 1950)
73. Glenn Milller…Plays Selections from the Film ‘The Glenn Miller Story’ (1954)
74. Three Little Words (soundtrack, 1950)

10 weeks:

75. Simon & Garfunkel…Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970)
76. Peter Frampton…Frampton Comes Alive! (1975)
77. Elton John…Greatest Hits (1974)
78. Elvis Presley…Elvis Presley (aka ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll’) (1956)
79. Backstreet Boys…Millenium (1999)
80. The Lion King (soundtrack, 1994)
81. Elvis Presley…G.I. Blues (soundtrack, 1960)
82. Foreigner…4 (1981)
83. Footloose (soundtrack, 1984)
84. Henry Mancini…The Music from Peter Gunn (soundtrack, 1959)
85. Paula Abdul…Forever Your Girl (1988)
86. Gigi (soundtrack, 1958)
87. Kiss Me, Kate (cast album, 1948)
88. Elvis Presley…Loving You (soundtrack, 1957)
89. Around the World in 80 Days (soundtrack, 1957)
90. The Singing Nun…The Singing Nun (1963)
91. Glenn Miller…The Glenn Miller Story (soundtrack, 1954)
92. The Kingston Trio…String Along (1960)
93. Al Jolson…Souvenir Album (1947)

9 weeks: *

94. The Beatles…The Beatles (aka “The White Album”) (1968)
95. U2…The Joshua Tree (1987)
96. Dire Straits…Brothers in Arms (1985)
97. Creedence Clearwater Revival…Cosmo’s Factory (1970)
98. Janis Joplin…Pearl (1971)
99. Usher…Confessions (2004)
100. The Beatles…Help! (soundtrack, 1965)
101. The Beatles…Beatles ‘65 (1964)
102. No Doubt…Tragic Kingdom (1995)
103. Eagles…The Long Run (1979)
104. The Rolling Stones…Tattoo You (1981)
105. Asia…Asia (1982)
106. John (Cougar) Mellencamp…American Fool (1982)
107. Simon & Garfunkel…The Graduate (soundtrack, 1968)
108. Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass…What Now My Love (1966)
109. Frank Sinatra…Nice ‘N Easy (1960)
110. Chicago…Chicago V (1972)
111. various artists…Stars for a Summer Night (1961)

* More than 100 albums are listed so that all those albums which spent 9 weeks at the top could be listed.


Friday, May 15, 2015

Australia’s Biggest #1 Albums

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This is a list of the biggest #1 albums on the Australian charts from its inception in 1965 to today. In the event of ties (of which there are many), the album ranking highest in Dave’s Music Database is listed first and so on. Also, the year listed is when the album was released or first charted. Consequently, it may not indicate the actual year in which the album peaked at #1.

    76 weeks:

  1. The Sound of Music (soundtrack, 1965)

    34 weeks:

  2. Dire Straits: Brothers in Arms (1985)

    32 weeks:

  3. Adele: 21 (2011)

    30 weeks:

  4. The Beatles: Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967)

    29 weeks:

  5. Neil Diamond: Hot August Night (live, 1972)
  6. Delta Goodrem: Innocent Eyes (2003)

    28 weeks:

  7. Various Artists: Hair (cast, 1968)

    25 weeks:

  8. John Farnham: Whispering Jack (1986)

    20 weeks:

  9. Shania Twain: Come on Over (1997)

    19 weeks:

  10. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Cosmo’s Factory (1970)
  11. Savage Garden: Savage Garden (1997)

    18 weeks:

  12. The Beatles: Abbey Road (1969)
  13. Boz Scaggs: Silk Degrees (1976)

    17 weeks:

  14. Herb Alpert & the Tijuana Brass: Going Places (1965)
  15. The Seekers: Greatest Hits (1967)

    16 weeks:

  16. The Beatles: The Beatles (aka “The White Album”) (1968)
  17. Abba: Best of (released outside of Australia as Greatest Hits with two more tracks (1976)
  18. Skyhooks: Living in the ‘70s (1975)

    15 weeks:

  19. Simon & Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970)
  20. Dire Straits: Love Over Gold (1982)
  21. Cat Stevens: Teaser and the Firecat (1971)

    14 weeks:

  22. Bee Gees/Various Artists: Saturday Night Fever (soundtrack, 1977)
  23. Various Artists: Grease (soundtrack, 1978)
  24. Kings of Leon: Only by the Night (2008)
  25. Bryan Adams: So Far So Good (1993)

    13 weeks:

  26. Michael Buble: Christmas (2011)
  27. Pink: Greatest Hits…So Far!!! (2010)
  28. A Man and a Woman (Un Homme et Une Femme) (soundtrack, 1967)

    12 weeks:

  29. Eagles: Hotel California (1976)
  30. James Blunt: Back to Bedlam (2004)
  31. Slade: Alive! (1972)

    11 weeks:

  32. Michael Jackson: Thriller (1982)
  33. The Beatles: Rubber Soul (1965)
  34. Whitney Houston: Whitney Houston (1985)
  35. James Horner (composer): Titanic (soundtrack, 1997)
  36. The Beatles: Help! (1965)
  37. The Beatles: Beatles for Sale (1964)
  38. The Rolling Stones: Tattoo You (1981)
  39. Jethro Tull: Thick As a Brick (1972)
  40. Susan Boyle: I Dreamed a Dream (2009)
  41. Don McLean: American Pie (1972)
  42. Moulin Rouge (soundtrack, 2001)
  43. Abba: Abba (1975)
  44. Skyhooks: Ego Is Not a Dirty Word (1975)
  45. Icehouse: Man of Colours (1987)

    10 weeks:

  46. Alanis Morissette: Jagged Little Pill (1995)
  47. John Lennon/Yoko Ono: Double Fantasy (1980)
  48. Elton John: Caribou (1974)
  49. Pink: The Truth About Love (2012)
  50. Split Enz: True Colours (1980)
  51. Rod Stewart: A Night on the Town (1976)
  52. Crowded House: Recurring Dream – The Very Best of (1996)
  53. Jesus Christ Superstar (Australian cast, 1992)

    9 weeks:

  54. Norah Jones: Come Away with Me (2002)
  55. The Beatles: 1 (2000)
  56. Men at Work: Business as Usual (1981)
  57. Eminem: Recovery (2010)
  58. Taylor Swift: 1989 (2014)
  59. Robbie Williams: Greatest Hits (2004)
  60. Rod Stewart: Foot Loose & Fancy Free (1977)
  61. Electric Light Orchestra: A New World Record (1976)
  62. Pink: Funhouse (2008)
  63. Romeo + Juliet (sountrack, 1996)
  64. Village People: Can’t Stop the Music (1980)
  65. Various Artists: Choose 1985 (1984)

    8 weeks:

  66. Fleetwood Mac: Rumours (1977)
  67. Bruce Springsteen: Born in the U.S.A. (1984)
  68. Eric Clapton: Unplugged (live, 1992)
  69. George Harrison: All Things Must Pass (1970)
  70. Various Artists: Dirty Dancing (soundtrack, 1987)
  71. Abba: Arrival (1976)
  72. Dido…No Angel (1999)
  73. Celine Dion: The Colour of My Love (1993)
  74. Macy Gray: On How Life Is (1999)
  75. Joe Cocker: Cocker Happy (1971)
  76. John Farnham: Age of Reason (1988)

    7 weeks:

  77. Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell (1977)
  78. Paul McCartney & Wings…Band on the Run (1973)
  79. Eminem: The Eminem Show (2002)
  80. Live: Throwing Copper (1994)
  81. Avril Lavigne: Let Go (2002)
  82. Culture Club: Colour by Numbers (1983)
  83. Eurythmics: Greatest Hits (1991)
  84. Michael Jackson: The Essential (2005)
  85. The Sting (soundtrack, 1974)
  86. Cat Stevens: Catch Bull at Four (1972)
  87. Jeff Wayne: War of the Worlds (1978)
  88. Richard Marx: Repeat Offender (1989)
  89. Missy Higgins: The Sound of White (2004)
  90. Daddy Cool: Daddy Who?...Daddy Cool (1971)
  91. Neil Diamond: Serenade (1974)
  92. The Beatles: Ballads (1981)
  93. Moving Pictures: Days of Innocence (1982)
  94. INXS: Very Best of (2014)
  95. Jimmy Barnes: For the Working Class Man (1985)

    6 weeks:

  96. Bon Jovi: Slippery When Wet (1986)
  97. Supertramp: Breakfast in America (1979)
  98. Michael Jackson: Dangerous (1991)
  99. Natalie Cole: Unforgettable: With Love (1991)
  100. Matchbox 20: Yourself or Someone Like You (1996)

Note: 30 albums peaked at #1 for 6 weeks. Only the five ranked highest according to the DMDB are included in the list above.


Thursday, May 14, 2015

Canada #1 Albums – Top 100

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This is a list of the biggest #1 albums on the Canadian charts from its inception in 1968 to today. In the event of ties (of which there are many), the album ranking highest in Dave’s Music Database is listed first and so on. Also, the year listed is when the album was released or first charted. Consequently, it may not indicate the actual year in which the album peaked at #1.

35 weeks:

1. Adele 21 (2011)

24 weeks:

2. Alanis Morissette: Jagged Little Pill (1995)
3. The Police: Synchronicity (1983)

22 weeks:

4. Bee Gees/Various Artists: Saturday Night Fever (soundtrack, 1977)
5. Fleetwood Mac: Rumours (1977)

18 weeks:

6. Dire Straits: Brothers in Arms (1985)

17 weeks:

7. U2: The Joshua Tree (1987)
8. Whitney Houston: Whitney Houston (1985)
9. Peter Frampton: Frampton Comes Alive! (live, 1975)

16 weeks:

10. Fine Young Cannibals: The Raw and the Cooked (1989)

14 weeks:

11. Pink Floyd: The Wall (1979)
12. Eric Clapton: Unplugged (live, 1992)
13. Various Artists: Dirty Dancing (soundtrack, 1987)
14. Supertramp: Breakfast in America (1979)
15. Madonna: True Blue (1986)
16. Sinéad O’Connor: I Do Not Want What I Haven’t Got (1990)
17. Various Artists: Hair (cast, 1968)
18. Elton John: Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy (1975)

13 weeks:

19. Michael Jackson: Thriller (1982)
20. Prince & the Revolution: Purple Rain (1984)
21. Bruce Springsteen: Born in the U.S.A. (1984)
22. Eminem: The Marshall Mathers LP (2000)
23. Elton John: Greatest Hits (1974)
24. U2: Rattle and Hum (studio/live soundtrack, 1988)
25. Celine Dion: The Colour of My Love (1993)
26. Ace of Base: The Sign (aka “Happy Nation”) (1993)
27. Tears for Fears: Songs from the Big Chair (1985)
28. Queen: Classic Queen (1992)

12 weeks:

29. The Beatles: The Beatles (aka “The White Album”) (1968)
30. Culture Club: Colour by Numbers (1983)
31. Milli Vanilli: Girl You Know It’s True (1989)

11 weeks:

32. The Beatles: Abbey Road (1969)
33. James Horner (composer): Titanic (soundtrack, 1997)
34. Phil Collins: …But Seriously (1989)
35. Shania Twain: Up! (2002)

10 weeks:

36. Nirvana: Nevermind (1991)
37. Stevie Wonder: Songs in the Key of Life (1976)
38. Creedence Clearwater Revival: Cosmo’s Factory (1970)
39. John Lennon/Yoko Ono: Double Fantasy (1980)
40. Shaggy: Hotshot (2000)
41. Bryan Adams: Waking Up the Neighbours (1991)
42. Avril Lavigne: Under My Skin (2004)
43. The Moody Blues: Long Distance Voyager (1981)
44. Various Artists: Now! 3 (1998)

9 weeks:

45. Simon & Garfunkel: Bridge Over Troubled Water (1970)
46. Whitney Houston/various artists: The Bodyguard (soundtrack, 1992)
47. R.E.M…Out of Time (1991)
48. Eminem: The Eminem Show (2002)
49. Madonna: The Immaculate Collection (compilation, 1990)
50. George Harrison: All Things Must Pass (1970)
51. Rod Stewart: Every Picture Tells a Story (1971)
52. Tracy Chapman: Tracy Chapman (1988)
53. M.C. Hammer: Please Hammer Don’t Hurt ‘Em (1990)
54. Britney Spears: …Baby One More Time (1999)
55. Various Artists: Footloose (soundtrack, 1984)
56. Taveling Wilburys: Traveling Wilburys Vol. 1 (1988)
57. Don McLean: American Pie (1972)
58. AC/DC: The Razor’s Edge (1990)
59. John Cougar Mellencamp: The Lonesome Jubilee (1987)

8 weeks:

60. Carole King: Tapestry (1971)
61. Bon Jovi: Slippery When Wet (1986)
62. Green Day: Dookie (1994)
63. Santana: Supernatural (1999)
64. Janis Joplin: Pearl (1971)
65. Phil Collins: No Jacket Required (1985)
66. No Doubt: Tragic Kingdom (1995)
67. James Blunt: Back to Bedlam (2004)
68. Meat Loaf: Bat Out of Hell II: Back into Hell (1993)
69. Blood, Sweat & Tears: Blood, Sweat & Tears (1969)
70. Taylor Swift: 1989 (2014)
71. U2: Zooropa (1993)
72. Black Eyed Peas: The E.N.D. (Energy Never Dies) (2009)
73. Paul McCartney: Tug of War 1982)
74. Joan Jett & the Blackhearts: I Love Rock and Roll (1981)
75. Midnight Oil: Diesel and Dust (1987)
76. Paul McCartney & Wings: Wings at the Speed of Sound (1976)
77. Supertramp: Famous Last Words (1982)
78. Barenaked Ladies: Gordon (1992)
79. Various Artists: Big Shiny Tunes 6 (2002)

7 weeks:

80. Led Zeppelin…Led Zeppelin II (1969)
81. Various Artists: Grease (soundtrack, 1978)
82. The Beatles: Let It Be (1970)
83. The Rolling Stones: Tattoo You (1981)
84. Eminem: Recovery (2010)
85. Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band: Live 1975/1985 (live box set, 1986)
86. John Cougar (Mellencamp): American Fool (1982)
87. 50 Cent: The Massacre (2005)
88. Billy Joel: Glass Houses (1980)
89. Ricky Martin: Ricky Martin 1999)
90. Led Zeppelin: In Through the Out Door (1979)
91. Various Artists: Frozen (soundtrack, 2013)
92. Celine Dion: A New Day Has Come (2002)
93. Eminem: Curtain Call: The Hits (2005)
94. Tracy Chapman: New Beginning (1995)
95. Carly Simon: No Secret (1973)
96. America: America (1972)
97. Sarah McLachlan: Afterglow (2003)
98. C + C Music Factory: Gonna Make You Sweat (1990)
99. Bay City Rollers: Bay City Rollers (1976)
100. Various Artists: Now! 2 (1997)
101. Various Artists: Big Shiny Tunes 2 (1998)

* More than 100 albums are listed so that all those albums which spent 7 weeks at the top could be listed.