Icon (album series)

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Icon is a series of compilation albums released by Universal Music Enterprises, a division of Universal Music Group, the largest music publisher in the world.[1] The series serves as a successor to Universal's 20th Century Masters, The Definitive Collection, and Gold series.

The series began in 2010. Among the artists whose recordings have been included are Billy Ray Cyrus, Kenny Rogers, Joe Cocker, Michael Jackson, and Nirvana and Queen. It also includes artists by the former EMI Records and Capitol Records labels once they were absorbed by UMG in 2013.

Albums[edit]

Mainstream[edit]

Reissues[edit]

Capitol CMG releases[edit]

Capitol Christian Music Group, a division of Universal Music Group, released 23 albums for the Icon series.[2] 11 releases occurred in 2013, while another 12 occurred in 2014:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Overview | Universal Music
  2. ^ "Icon album search result". ChristianBook.com. ChristianBook.com. Retrieved May 29, 2015.

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