Lists of albums
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These are lists of albums.
|List of ballroom and social dance albums||Lists albums specifically compiled for International Style ballroom dancing.|
|Lists of best-selling albums||Lists the highest sales figure reported for an album is added to the list.
Groupings are based on different sales benchmarks, the highest being
for claims of at least 100 million copies, and the lowest being for claims of 20–29 million copies.
|List of albums containing a hidden track||Contains the names of albums that contain a hidden track and also information on how to find them.
A hidden track is a piece of music that has been placed on a CD, audio cassette, vinyl record or other
recorded medium in such a way as to avoid detection by the casual listener.
|List of albums with tracks hidden in the pregap||Lists albums that include unlisted hidden tracks in the pregap of the CD version.|
|List of concept albums||List of concept albums produced by bands and solo artists across all musical genres.|
|List of eponymous albums||List of albums whose title is exactly the same name as the artist who recorded it.|
|List of grunge albums||List of grunge music albums with articles on Wikipedia. They appear on at least one cited album list and are described as "grunge" by Allmusic.|
|List of hip hop albums||Provides a guide to the most important hip hop albums, as determined by their presence on compiled lists of significant albums: see the "Lists consulted" section for full details.|
|List of punk rock albums||Lists of notable or influential albums in the history of punk rock. It has been derived by compiling lists from professional reviews.|
|List of rock albums||Lists rock albums that are particularly notable or influential. It has been derived by compiling lists published by professional sources. Each album has appeared in at least two notable lists describing the most influential rock and roll albums.|
|List of double albums||Lists double albums, in which the initial release of the album includes two (or more) LP records or Compact Discs.|
|List of number-one albums (UK)||Lists the number one hits in the UK Albums Chart, from its inception in 1956 to the present. The sources are the Record Mirror chart from 1956 to the end of 1958, the Melody Maker chart from November 1958 to March 1960, the Record Retailer chart from March 1960 to March 1972 and the Music Week chart from then onwards. In January 1989 the compilation album chart started, and compilation albums were excluded from the main chart.|
|List of "Greatest Hits" albums||List of albums titled "Greatest Hits".|
|List of albums titled Live||list of albums titled "Live".|
|List of albums awarded Pitchfork Best New Album||List of albums awarded Pitchfork Best New Album.|