Top-selling vinyl albums in the U.S. 2019

In 2019, the top-selling vinyl album in the United States was 'Abbey Road' by The Beatles with 246 thousand copies sold that year. Fleetwood Mac's album 'Rumours' sold more copies in 2019 than in the previous year, but having been third place in 2018, dropped to tenth in 2019 as a result of higher sales from other artists. Recent data shows that vinyl record sales in the U.S. have been experiencing a period of constant growth since 2007, and such albums are not reserved only for older, more established artists. Whilst the top ten ranking of best-selling vinyl albums is largely comprised of music released prior to 1985, newcomer Billie Eilish outranked every other artist with her album 'When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?', which sold 176 thousand copies in 2019.

Top-selling vinyl albums in the United States in 2019

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January 2020


United States

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