Special Report

50 Greatest Pop Albums of All Time

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30. Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin II
> Release date: October 22, 1969
> Peak position on Billboard 200: #1 (for 7 weeks)
> Total weeks on Billboard 200: 117
> Certified U.S. unit sales: 12
> Rolling Stone Greatest Albums rank: #123

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29. Led Zeppelin, Led Zeppelin
> Release date: October 8, 1990
> Peak position on Billboard 200: #7 (for 1 week)
> Total weeks on Billboard 200: 115
> Certified U.S. unit sales: 10
> Rolling Stone Greatest Albums rank: #101

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28. Jimi Hendrix, Are You Experienced?
> Release date: August 26, 1967
> Peak position on Billboard 200: #5 (for 1 week)
> Total weeks on Billboard 200: 106
> Certified U.S. unit sales: 5
> Rolling Stone Greatest Albums rank: #30

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27. Shania Twain, Come On Over
> Release date: November 4, 1997
> Peak position on Billboard 200: #2 (for 2 weeks)
> Total weeks on Billboard 200: 151
> Certified U.S. unit sales: 20
> Rolling Stone Greatest Albums rank: #300

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26. Bee Gees, Saturday Night Fever
> Release date: January 7, 1977
> Peak position on Billboard 200: #1 (for 24 weeks)
> Total weeks on Billboard 200: 137
> Certified U.S. unit sales: 16
> Rolling Stone Greatest Albums rank: #163

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