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Dance/Electronic Albums

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Top Dance/Electronic Albums, Dance/Electronic Albums (formerly Top Electronic Albums) is a music chart published weekly by Billboard magazine which ranks the top-selling electronic music albums in the United States based on sales compiled by Nielsen SoundScan. The chart debuted on the issue dated June 30, 2001 under the title Top Electronic Albums, with the first number-one title being the original soundtrack to the film Lara Croft: Tomb Raider.[1] It originally began as a fifteen-position chart and has since expanded to twenty-five positions.

Top Electronic Albums features full-length albums by artists who are associated with electronic music genres (house, techno, IDM, trance, etc.) as well as pop-oriented dance music and electronic-leaning hip hop. Also eligible for this chart are remix albums by otherwise non-electronic-based artists and DJ-mixed compilation albums and film soundtracks which feature a majority of electronic or dance music.

In 2019, Billboard added a companion chart, Dance/Electronic Album Sales, which tracks the top 15 albums based solely on physical sales, but with an emphasis on core Dance/Electronic artists.

As of the issue dated April 17, 2021, the current number-one album on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart is The Fame by Lady Gaga. The Fame by Lady Gaga also holds the record for the most weeks at number one (126 weeks) as well as the most weeks on the chart (369 weeks).[2]

Artist milestones

Most number-one albums

Albums Artist Source
7
Louie DeVito
6
Lady Gaga [3]
5
Daft Punk
4
Aphex Twin (One as "AFX") [4]
M.I.A.
3
Björk
The Chemical Brothers
deadmau5
Depeche Mode
DJ Skribble
Nine Inch Nails
Scissor Sisters
Tiësto

Most cumulative weeks at number one

Weeks Artist Source
192
Lady Gaga
89
The Chainsmokers
47
Gnarls Barkley
36
Daft Punk
35
Gorillaz
31
Louie DeVito
29
Lindsey Stirling
23
Calvin Harris
22
M.I.A
Marshmello

Most entries on the chart

Entries Artist Source
21
Armin van Buuren [5]
19
Louie DeVito
Tiësto
18
The Happy Boys
13
Bad Boy Joe
12
Moby
Pet Shop Boys
Johnny Vicious
David Waxman
11
DJ Skribble
DJ Riddler

Album milestones

Most weeks at number one

Weeks Album Artist Year(s) Source
126
The Fame Lady Gaga 2008–21 [2]
46
Memories...Do Not Open The Chainsmokers 2017–18
39
St. Elsewhere Gnarls Barkley 2006–07
34
Chromatica Lady Gaga 2020–21
Demon Days Gorillaz 2005–06
21
Random Access Memories Daft Punk 2013–14
19
Shatter Me Lindsey Stirling 2014–15
Sorry for Party Rocking LMFAO 2011–12
Born This Way Lady Gaga 2011
Kala M.I.A. 2007–08
Give Up The Postal Service 2004–05
16
Dirty Vegas Dirty Vegas 2002
13
Confessions on a Dance Floor Madonna 2005–06

Most weeks on the chart

Weeks Album Artist Source
369
The Fame Lady Gaga [2]
325
Nothing but the Beat David Guetta [6]
322
Demon Days Gorillaz [6]
283
Random Access Memories Daft Punk [6]
238
 In Return Odesza
234
True Avicii
Born This Way Lady Gaga [2]
231
Collage (EP) The Chainsmokers
209
Memories...Do Not Open The Chainsmokers
197
Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 1  Calvin Harris
187
A Moment Apart Odesza
Motion Calvin Harris

See also

References

  1. ^ "Billboard Bows New Electronic Chart". Billboard. 2001-06-19. Retrieved 2013-04-13.
  2. ^ a b c d https://www.billboard.com/charts/dance-electronic-albums
  3. ^ "Lady Gaga's 'ARTPOP' Debuts Atop Dance/Electronic Albums". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-06-30.
  4. ^ Murray, Gordon. "Calvin Harris & Rihanna Rule Hot Dance/Electronic Songs With 'This Is What You Came For'". Billboard. Retrieved 2016-07-31.
  5. ^ "Armin van Buuren Sets Record On Dance/Electronic Albums Chart". Billboard. Retrieved 2014-06-30.
  6. ^ a b c "EDM Music & Dance Albums Chart". Billboard. Retrieved 2020-01-14.

External links

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