Best Selling Albums Ever

It’s not easy to sell a lot of music. So to become the best selling out of the millions of albums released across all time, you know every mention on this list is very special and worth listening to. Here are the best selling albums ever.

50. “No Jacket Required” by Phil Collins

“No Jacket Required” by Phil Collins

Album year: 1985

“No Jacket Required” was the third solo album by Phil Collins. It was released in 1985 and was incredibly critically and commercially successful. It’s still considered Collins’ best release. It is primarily a pop-rock album with some other elements intertwined, including R&B and dance.

After its release, the album was number one in multiple countries, including the U.S. and the U.K., and sold around 25 million copies. Some of the album hits were “One More Night” and “Who Said I Would.” This is, to this day, considered to be an important album and one that is well worth listening to if you’ve never heard it before.

49. “Yourself or Someone Like You” by Matchbox Twenty

Album year: 1996

“Yourself or Someone Like You” is another incredibly popular album that is regarded as the 49th best selling album of all time. The album was released in 1996 and is characterized by the band’s melodies and guitar rock.

It was one of the year’s best selling albums and spent nearly 100 weeks on the Billboard Top 200 chart. Today, the album is best known for including the songs “Yourself or Someone Like You” and “Push.”

48. “Led Zeppelin II” by Led Zeppelin

Album year: 1969

“Led Zeppelin II” by Led Zeppelin is the 48th best selling album of all time. It features a combination of original compositions and some reworked favorites. It was a massive commercial success, charting in countries around the world, and was certified platinum multiple times.

The album included “Heartbreaker” and “Ramble On” as some of its best songs. Led Zeppelin 11 album is known for its ballads, guitar solos, and its demonstration of the band’s versatility.

47. “Kenny Rogers’ Greatest Hits” by Kenny Rogers

Album year: 1980

This compilation album features Kenny Rogers’ greatest hits, including “The Gambler” and “Coward of the Country.” These songs and many more are the signature pieces defining Rogers’ career.

The album helped propel Rogers to the peak of stardom and influence innumerable musicians at the time. Today, its regarded as Rogers’ most successful album and holds a high spot among the records collected by country music lovers.

46. “Breathless” by Kenny G

Album year: 1992

 “Breathless” by Kenny G is the 46th best selling album of all time. Released in 1992, this incredibly famous studio album features Kenny G’s signature sound and smooth jazz tracks and showcases the saxophone.

The album includes a number of essential songs, including “Forever in Love” and “The Moment.” It topped the Billboard 200 Chart when it was released and stayed there for several weeks. This album received widespread acclaim and became very popular in countries around the world.

45. “Pieces of You” by Jewel

Album year: 1995

Released in 1995, this world-renowned album launched Jewel’s career and established her as one of the most important folk artists in the U.S. The album is known for its distinctive lyrical style and songs like “Pieces of You” and “Who Will Save Your Soul.”

Pieces of You album is well-loved for its emotive songs and relatable themes. It is still widely well-regarded to this day.

44. “Wide Open Spaces” by Dixie Chicks

Album year: 1998

Dixie Chicks’ fourth studio album, “Wide Open Spaces,” was released in 1998. It marked the band’s transition into stardom, rocking them to international acclaim. The album is known for songs like “There’s Your Trouble” and “You Were Mine.”

But, the album’s title track truly made the album popular. Today, it is regarded as one of the most popular country-pop music albums of all time.

43. “Hysteria” by Def Leppard

Album year: 1987

“Hysteria” is a well-known album that comes in at 43rd on our list of the 50 best selling albums of all time. It was released in 1987 and is considered an icon of the era. This album includes songs like “Pour Some Sugar on Me,” “Hysteria,” and “Rocket.”

The First of These is still regarded as the band’s best and most successful song. Hysteria album’s success is mostly due to its stunning songs and its combination of pop and rock styles.

42. “II” by Boyz II Men

Album year: 1994

“II” was a groundbreaking album by Boyz II Men in 1994. It helped build on the success of their first album and propel them into stardom. It features some beautiful heartfelt lyrics and pop and R&B elements.

Some singles off their album include “I’ll Make Love to You” and “On Bended Knee.” These songs, among others, received critical acclaim for their vocals, harmonies, and depth.

41. “Slippery When Wet” by Bon Jovi

Album year: 1986

“Slippery When Wet” by Bon Jovi is a well-loved album that was released in 1986. It is regarded as the album that profiled Jovi to the spotlight due to its blend of rock, pop, and glam.

This album features songs like “Wanted Dead or Alive,” as well as “You Give Love a Bad Name,” and the hit “Livin’ on a Prayer,” all of which are widely known and recognizable. The latter has become the artist’s signature song, reaching number one on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.

40. “Whitney Houston” by Whitney Houston

Album year: 1985

Houston’s “Whitney Houston” album was released in 1985 and is widely regarded as the singer’s best. It was right at the beginning of her career and helped her gain fame around the world. Whitney Houston is still regarded as one of the decade’s best R&B and soul albums.

This album includes songs like “Greatest Love of All” and “You Give Good Love,” among others. The well-known “Saving All My Love for You” was the singer’s first hit on the Hot 100 Chart.

39. “Purple Rain” by Prince & Revolution

Album year: 1984

The world-renowned album “Purple Rain” is the 39th best selling album of all time. It’s a groundbreaking and iconic album. It sold over 25 million copies worldwide and won multiple Grammy Awards, including Best Rock Vocal.

The album topped charts around the world and featured the song “Purple Rain,” which has since become closely associated with the musician and his style of music.

38. “Ten” by Pearl Jam

Album year: 1991

“Ten” was the first studio album released by the well-loved band Pearl Jam. It solidified its reputation as one of the most important rock/grunge bands on the scene and featured Eddie Vedder’s distinctive vocals. The best songs off the album include “Alive,” “Even Flow,” and “Black.”

Ten album’s subject matter ranges from personal life struggles to social and political issues, which sets it apart from other albums on this list and those released at the time.

37. “Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band Live 1975-’85” by Bruce Springsteen

Album year: 1986

“Bruce Springsteen & E Street Band Live 1975-’85” is a live album in 1986. The album features a compilation of Springsteen’s live performances from the mid-1970s to the mid-1980s. These include songs like “Born to Run” and “Badlands.”

While listening to the album, it’s very easy to hear the audience’s enthusiasm for his music and the artist’s joy in presenting his songs.

36. “Millennium” by Backstreet Boys

Album year: 1999

The Backstreet Boys’ “Millenium” ranks at number 36 on our list of the best selling albums ever. It features signature songs like “I Want It That Way” and “Larger Than Life.” The former became the group’s best-known song and was performed multiple times worldwide.

The band sold many copies within the first week it was released due to the wide appeal of the band’s sound. This is a great album to listen to if you love 90s pop music.

35. “Greatest Hits 1974-1978” by Steve Miller Band

Greatest Hits 1974-1978 by Steve Miller Band

Album year: 1978

The Steve Miller Band’s “Greatest Hits 1974-1978” is the 35th best selling album ever. It features standout tracks like “Jet Airliner,” “The Joker,” and “Fly Like an Eagle.”

The album was released in 1978 and includes the band’s most popular songs between 1974 to 1978. These songs are well-loved for their combination of pop, rock, and blues.

34. “Simon & Garfunkel’s Greatest Hits” by Simon & Garfunkel

Album year: 1972

This compilation album features the best songs by the American folk group Simon & Garfunkel. Some of these include “Mrs. Robinson,” “Bridge over Troubled Water,” and “The Sound of Silence.”

Each song is regarded as one of the band’s biggest hits, with many of the pieces winning multiple Grammy Awards. Today, this album is still regarded as one of the best releases of the 1970s and can be found in many music lovers’ collections.

33. “Bat Out of Hell” by Meat Loaf

Album year: 1977

“Bat Out of Hell” by Meat Loaf is a popular album released in 1977. It features some of the band’s best known songs and is generally regarded as an important concept album. Some songs are more rock, while others feel more pop. Some of the best include the title song, “Paradise by the Dashboard Light,” and “Two Out of Three Aint’ Bad.”

The album sold an incredible number of copies and topped charts around the world. It’s still regarded as the band’s most successful album.

32. “Ropin’ The Wind” by Garth Brooks

Album year: 1991

This 1991 Garth Brooks album is regarded as the singer’s most popular release. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart and received great critical acclaim for its songwriting and production quality.

The album features some of the singer’s best hits, including “The River” and “Papa Loved Mama.” It is also regarded as one of the most successful country music albums ever.

31. “…Baby One More Time” by Britney Spears

Album year: 1999

Britney Spears’ “….Baby One More Time” is a well-loved pop album that was released in 1999. The album included tracks like “Sometimes” and “From the Bottom of My Broken Heart.” It’s known for its catchy melodies and its incorporation of pop and dance vibes. This album helped rocket Britney Spears into the public limelight and ensure her superstardom in the 2000s.

The …Baby One More Time album is regarded as a landmark pop release, showcasing a new kind of upbeat pop sound that became popular over the following years.

30. “21” by Adele

Album year: 2010

Adele’s incredibly famous “21” is regarded as one of the best albums of the 2010s and is the collection of songs that made Adele a household name. The album features some of the musician’s best known pieces, including “Rolling in the Deep,” “Someone Like You” which is my personal favorite, and “Set Fire to the Rain.”

This album was massively successful and earned Adele multiple Grammy Awards, including Record of the Year. It stayed at the top of the Billboard charts for weeks due to its addictive songwriting and melodies. The album engaged with themes that were, and still are, highly popular, including love, self-reflection, and heartbreak.

29. “Backstreet Boys” by Backstreet Boys

Album year: 1996

This self-titled album was released in 1996 to great critical acclaim and popularity. The album brought the band into the public spotlight due to its mixture of pop, R&B, and dance numbers. Some of the best songs from the album included “As Long as You Love Me” and “I’ll Never Break Your Heart.”

This album was an immense commercial success, charting on the Billboard charts and staying there for weeks. It was eventually certified diamond in the United States. Today, many music lovers still cite this album as one of their favorites from the period.

28. “The Beatles 1962-1966” by The Beatles

Album year: 1973

“The Beatles 1962-1966” by The Beatles is a well-known album that features a collection of the best Beatles songs from 1962 to 1966. This incredibly famous period in the band’s history included numbers like “Love Me Do,” “She Loves You,” and “Help!” The album was an immense success, making millions and being certified multi-platinum in the United States.

It is generally regarded as a landmark achievement in music, featuring some of the most popular songs of the century and finding a home in the record collections of many people who are music lover.

27. “Supernatural” by Santana

Album year: 1999

“Supernatural” by Santana was released in 1999 and is regarded as the band’s most popular record. It featured a fusion of musical elements that listeners loved, including Latin, Pop, rock, and more. This album included songs like “Corazón Espinado” and “Maria Maria.”

The album received widespread acclaim for its sound, songs, and lyrics, winning several Grammy Awards and becoming the band’s most celebrated work. It’s also credited with leading a new group of fans to the band’s music later in their career.

26. “Dark Side of the Moon” by Pink Floyd

Album year: 1973

The very well-known “Dark Side of the Moon” was released in 1973 and is regarded as one of the band’s most successful collections of songs. It includes very famous pieces of music like “Us and Them,” “Money,” and “Time.” The album’s artwork and sound have become closely associated with the band.

Dark Side of the Moon album sold an impressive 45 million copies worldwide, making it the 26th best selling album ever. Many of the album’s songs are regarded as cultural landmarks, well-loved by people worldwide.

25. “Greatest Hits” by Journey

Album year: 1988

Journey’s “Greatest Hits” album was released in 1988 and featured songs like “Evolution,” “Departure,” and “Raised on Radio.” Other even better-known songs included “Don’t Stop Believing” and “Wheel in the Sky,” among others.

The album was immensely successful, selling 10’s millions of copies around the world due to its successful showcase of the band’s best music. Well-known and easy-to-enjoy melodies and guitar solos characterize the album’s signature songs.

24. “Born In The U.S.A.” by Bruce Springsteen

Born In The USA by Bruce Springsteen

Album year: 1984

“Born In The U.S.A.” is a famous Bruce Springsteen album incorporating pop, rock, and folk sounds into a highly successful, best selling album. It featured songs like “Dancing in the Dark,” “Glory Days,” and “My Hometown.” The album’s tracks were about everything from relationships and self-discovery to social issues, like American identity and working-class struggles.

Born In The U.S.A album was released to serious critical acclaim and is still regarded as one of the best-selling and overall best albums in American history.

23. “Legend” by Bob Marley & The Wailers

Album year: 1984

“Legend” by Bob Marley & The Wailers is a well-known album that comes in 23rd on our list of the best-selling albums of all time. It was released in 1984 and included a few of Marley’s best-known songs, like “No Woman, No Cry,” “Jamming,” and “One Love/People Get Ready.”

The Legend album showcases Marley’s distinctive sound, featuring a reggae and rock music blend that touches on social and political issues. To this day, it is regarded as the best selling reggae album of all time, and it remains widely popular among music listeners of all ages.

22. “Saturday Night Fever” (Soundtrack) by Bee Gees

Album year: 1977

“Saturday Night Fever,” the soundtrack, was released in 1977 and was performed by the Bee Gees. It features some of the band’s best-known songs, including “Stayin’ Alive” and “More Than a Woman.” This album became one of the best selling collections of songs in the world, spending more than 20 weeks on the Billboard 200 chart.

Saturday Night Fever album is widely regarded as a landmark piece of music in the genre and is still loved by people around the world.

21. “Metallica” by Metallica

Album year: 1991

“Metallica,” also known as “The Black Album,” was the band’s most successful musical release in 1991. It features some of their best-known songs, including “Enter Sandman,” “Sad But True,” “Nothing Else Matters,” and “Wherever I May Roam.”

The album’s songs are noted for their increased accessibility compared to the band’s earlier music, which likely added to the album’s success. Many of these songs are regarded as anthems of the period. The album sold 10’s millions of copies around the world and became one of the best selling albums in history.

20. “Physical Graffiti” by Led Zeppelin

Album year: 1975

“Physical Graffiti” by Led Zeppelin was released in 1975 and included a mix of old and new songs, including the standout tracks “In My Time of Dying” and “Ten Years Gone.” Listeners can also enjoy “Trampled Under Foot,” “Kashmir,” and “Houses of the Holy.”

The album clearly demonstrates Zeppelin’s best-sounding music and is still, to this day, regarded as one of the best rock albums ever. Even the album cover is iconic, featuring a brownstone in New York City.

19. “Cracked Rear View” by Hootie & The Blowfish

Album year: 1994

“Cracked Rear View” by Hootie & The Blowfish was released in 1994 and is one of the band’s best-loved albums, and certainly their best-selling. The album sold millions of copies in the U.S. alone and topped the Billboard charts. It received massive critical and commercial acclaim for its combination of rock and pop rocks.

The album’s listener-friendly songs added to its popularity and its widespread appeal. To this day, you can still hear songs from this album played on the radio.

18. “Hotel California” by Eagles

Album year: 1976

 “Hotel California” by the Eagles is a very well-known album by Eagles that is generally regarded as one of the most important albums of the 1970s. It features the band’s number 1 hit, “Hotel California,” as well as other fantastic songs like “Wasted Time,” “Life in the Fast Lane,” as well as “Victim of Love.”

The album is known for its blend of rock and folk sounds, receiving a great deal of critical acclaim upon its release and becoming the band’s most successful album.

17. “Jagged Little Pill” by Alanis Morissette

Album year: 1995

Morissette’s 1995 album “Jagged Little Pill” is another best-selling album. It was released to great excitement, with songs like “You Oughta Know” and “Ironic” getting great attention. Morissette’s vocals set the tone of the album and are complemented by her rock/pop style of music.

The album sold millions of copies in the U.S. and around the world and is generally regarded as her best release. It also won several Grammy Awards.

16. “The Bodyguard” by Whitney Houston

Album year: 1992

This album was created as a soundtrack for the film “The Bodyguard” in 1992. The song showcases the singer’s powerful vocals, including in songs like “I Will Always Love You,” “I Have Nothing,” “Run to You,” “Queen of the Night,” and more.

The Bodyguard album was a massive success, becoming one of the best-selling albums of all time, charting in multiple countries, including the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. It sold more than 40 million copies around the world.

This album also won three Grammys and included Houston’s biggest hit of her career, “I Will Always Love You.”

15. “The Beatles 1967-1970” by The Beatles

Album year: 1973

“The Beatles 1967-1970” by The Beatles, also known as the “Blue Album,” was the second of two compilation albums The Beatles released. It came out in 1973 and featured songs from 1967-1970. The album included songs like “Strawberry Fields Forever,” “Penny Lane,” “Let it Be,” and “Come Together.”

For listeners who love The Beatles music, this album offers a great overview of the band’s style, range, and incredibly memorable lyrics and melodies. The album was a great commercial success, reaching number 1 in multiple countries and selling millions of copies.

It was also well-reviewed for its collection of iconic and influential rock songs that still define the 60s musical landscape.

14. “No Fences” by Garth Brooks

Album year: 1990

This is yet another fantastically-selling album by Garth Brooks. “No Fences” was released in 1990 and contains a mix of country music songs in traditional and contemporary styles. Some of these include “Friends in Low Places,” “The Thunder Rolls,” “Two of a Kind, Workin’ on a Full House,” and more.

The album reached number 1 on multiple charts and spent weeks outranking other artists’ new albums.

Today, this album is considered to be one of, if not the best-selling country music albums of all time. The release received a great deal of critical acclaim.

13. “Greatest Hits” by Elton John

Album year: 1974

This “Greatest Hits” album by Elton John is the musician’s best-selling album of all time and the 13th best-selling album of all time. The album features Elton John’s best-known songs, including “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road,” “Daniel,” “Rocket Man (I Think It’s Going to Be a Long, Long Time),” and “Your Song.”

These incredibly well-known songs come from only a few years in his career, from 1970 to 1974. The album was certified platinum over 10x and helped establish Elton John as one of the most important musicians in American history and one of the most popular around the world.

12. “Boston” by Boston

Album year: 1976

Boston’s self-titled album, “Boston,” is the 12th best-selling album of all time. It was released in 1976 and featured a combination of rock, pop, and progressive styles. It is characterized by its guitar harmonies and its extremely memorable hooks.

This album includes several of the band’s best-known songs, including “Peace of Mind,” “Smokin’,” “More Than a Feeling,” and more. The album is also one of the best-selling debut albums of all time. It helped launch the band into international stardom.

11. “Appetite for Destruction” by Guns N’ Roses

Album year: 1987

“Appetite for Destruction” by Guns N’ Roses is another incredibly popular album that was released in 1987. The album is known for its hard rock and punk styles, including iconic songs and topping the charts. It included “Sweet Child of Mine,” which became one of the band’s best-selling songs (and one that is often cited as the best of their career).

The album propelled Guns N’ Roses into international stardom and helped establish the image of the lead singer, Axl Rose, during their live performances.

10. “The Beatles” (“The White Album”) by The Beatles

Album year: 1968

Among The Beatle’s many albums, “The White Album” is one of their best and most influential. Released in 1968, this album is known for its raw, stripped-down approach and its use of unique musical elements. It exemplified the band’s willingness to experiment and engage with a wide range of musical genres and styles.

Some of the standout tracks from the album include “Back in the U.S.S.R.,” “Helter Skelter,” “Blackbird,” “Hey Jude,” and “Helter Skelter.” It was a huge commercial success, topping charts around the world.

Many listeners noted that the album seemed to be a departure from the band’s normal pop sound, experimenting with various styles like blues, folk, and avant-garde.

9. “Come On Over” by Shania Twain

Come On Over by Shania Twain

Album year: 1997

Twain’s “Come On Over” was released in 1997 and showcased the singer’s blend of pop and country. It includes a combination of ballad-style songs and even catchier lyrics and melodies. Some of these include “Come On Over,” “You’re Still the One,” and “From This Moment On.”

The song “You’re Still the One” became one of the singer’s signature songs and helped the album sell as many copies as it did. In total, it sold over 40 million copies around the world. In part, this is due to the singer’s cross-over style, including elements that appealed to pop and country music fans.

8. “Rumours” by Fleetwood Mac

Album year: 1977

The well-known album “Rumours” ranks at number 8 among the best selling albums ever. It was released by the band Fleetwood Mac in 1977. It is known for its emotional lyrics, memorable melodies, intricate harmonies, and personal style. Some of the best-known songs from the album include “Go Your Own Way,” “Dreams,” “Don’t Stop,” and “The Chain.”

This album topped charts around the world, selling tens of millions of copies and receiving a great deal of critical acclaim. It also won the Grammy for Album of the Year in 1978. With this album, the band, and Stevie Nicks, gained the widespread fame they enjoy to this day.

7. “Double Live” by Garth Brooks

Album year: 1998

Garth Brooks’ “Double Live” is a huge live album that was released in 1998. It features songs from the singer’s live shows from 1996 to 1998. The songs are known for Brooks’ enthusiastic performances and interactions with the crowd.

Some of the songs on this album are “Friends in Low Places,” “The Dance,” “Thunder Rolls,” and “Papa Loved Mama.” The songs showcase Brooks’s incredible vocals and strong connection with the audience. It was an immediate commercial success, selling millions of copies in the United States and abroad.

Listeners love Brooks’ musical style, infused with classic country music elements and more pop-like songs. It helped establish Brooks as one of the most important country artists.

6. “Back In Black” by AC/DC

Album year: 1980

“Back In Black” by AC/DC is a high-energy album that was released in 1980. It was the band’s first album with Brian Johnson as the lead singer and is known for its anthems and choruses. The songs on this album include “You Shook Me All Night Long,” “Hells Bells,” and “Rock and Roll Aint’ Noise Pollution.”

This album sold an incredible number of copies around the world and was certified Platinum. It helped establish AC/DC as one o the most important rock bands of the decade.

5. “The Wall” by Pink Floyd

Album year: 1979

“The Wall” by Pink Floyd is another incredibly famous album. It was released in 1979 and featured more of Pink Floyd’s best songs, exploring themes of abandonment and isolation. The album features songs like “Another Brick in the Wall,” “Comfortably Numb,” and “Run Like Hell.”

It was an incredibly experimental album that included a wide range of new and unique features and effects. It established the band as one of the most interesting on the scene and as having a truly innovative approach to music-making.

To this day, the album is regarded as one of the most important albums of the 1970s and an incredibly influential and iconic work in music history.

4. “Led Zeppelin IV” by Led Zepplin

Album year: 1971

“Led Zeppelin IV” by Led Zepplin was the fourth album by the band, released in 1971. It is known for its great diversity, including blues, folk, rock, and international influences. The songs on the album included “Black Dog,” “Rock and Roll,” “Stairway to Heaven,” and “When the Levee Breaks.”

Of these, “Stairway to Heaven” became one of the band’s biggest hits and received a great deal of critical acclaim for its complexity and innovative production. The songs on this album became classic rock hits, being played on the radio to this day.

3. “Greatest Hits Volume 1 & Volume 2” by Billy Joel

Album year: 1985

“Greatest Hits Volume 1 & Volume 2” by Billy Joel is a compilation album that was released in 1985. The album included two collections of songs, volume 1 and volume 2, including some of Joel’s biggest hits and most important songs.

These include “Piano Man,” “Just the Way You Are,” “Uptown Girl,” “The Longest Time,” and more. The album was also a great commercial success, reaching high on the billboard chart due to the singer’s emotional vocals and lyrics. It helped establish the singer as one of the most important in the United States and around the world.

2. “Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975)” by Eagles

Album year: 1976

Including songs from 1971 to 1975, this album by the Eagles is a fantastic collection of songs by the band. Some of these popular songs include “Take It Easy,” “One of These Nights,” “Hotel California,” and more. It sold very well after it was released and can still be found on the shelves of many record lovers and music collectors.

The compilation received great reviews for its collection of amazingly crafted and timeless songs, “Hotel California,” specifically, was one of the band’s greatest successes. Today, the band is considered one of the most important of the period.

1. “Thriller” by Michael Jackson

Thriller by Michael Jackson

Album year: 1982

“Thriller” by Michael Jackson was released in 1982. The album is regarded as highly influential and outrageously successful, outranking every other album on this list. It had a huge cultural impact and established Jackson as the “King of Pop.” The album featured songs like “Thriller,” “Billie Jean,” “Beat It,” and “The Girl Is Mine.”

The album sold 10s of millions of copies in the U.S. alone and was bolstered by several groundbreaking music videos released around the same time. For example, the “Thriller” video was a very long, unique video and something that music lovers had never seen before.

Top Selling Albums Of All Time, Final Thoughts

The 50 best selling albums of all time touch on a wide range of musical genres, artists, and eras. These albums are incredibly influential, breaking records and inspiring new generations of musicians.

From rock albums like “Back In Black” by AC/DC to country music albums like “Double Live” by Garth Brooks, these albums are a testament to the world’s love for music and musicians’ ability to continually advance music’s potential and the effectiveness of their songwriting.

No matter what genre you’re a fan of, you are sure to find something to love when listening to each of the albums on this list.

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