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Journey’s Greatest Hits Notches 800th Week On Billboard 200

Journey‘s 18-times-platinum, Greatest Hits album has reached a rare plateau by notching its 800th week on the Billboard 200.

Only two other acts have ever achieved this feat. Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon remains the all-time leader with 989 weeks. And Bob Marley’s Legend is at 830 weeks on the chart.

Journey’s Greatest Hits made its Billboard 200 debut back in December, 1988, boasting a pair of Top 5 hits, four Top 10’s, and three Top 20 hits. The album itself peaked at #10, yet by 1999, it had sold more than 10 million copies.

Right behind Journey is Metallica‘s self-titled 1991 album with 747 weeks. And Chronicle: The 20 Greatest Hits by Creedence Clearwater Revival, just reached 689 this week.

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