The Black Album
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The Black Album may refer to:
- The Black Album (Boyd Rice album), 1977 experimental album
- The Black Album (The Damned album), 1980 rock album
- The Black Album, 1981 bootleg recording of The Beatles
- The Black Album (Prince album), 1987 funk album by American recording artist Prince
- The Black Album/Come On Feel the Dandy Warhols, 1996 compilation album by The Dandy Warhols
- The Black Album (Jay Z album), 2003 studio album by American rapper Jay Z
- The Black Album (Beatles album), 2011 compilation album of Beatles material by Ethan Hawke
- Accept Your Own and Be Yourself (The Black Album), a 1997 hip-hop album by producer No ID
- Planxty (album), 1973 Irish folk album by Planxty
- Neu! '75, 1975 rock album by Neu!
- Kino (album), 1990 rock album by Kino, commonly known as "Chorny albom" ("The Black Album").
- Metallica (album), 1991 rock album by Metallica
- The Black Album, 2001 box set by Sinéad O'Connor
- The Black Album, CD by Babybird included in the 2002 box set The Original Lo-Fi
- Black Album, 2008 album by French rap duo Lunatic
- Songs: Ohia, 1997 indie album by Jason Molina known as the Black Album
- "The Black Album" may also refer to a number of albums with black sleeve, see Smell the Glove#Other black sleeves
- Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums, a Billboard magazine chart formerly listed as Top Black Albums
- The White Album (disambiguation)
- Black (disambiguation)
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