TRIVIA: Most Weeks Spent On The UK Album Chart

So, who has notched up more weeks on the UK album chart?

These are the five albums that have spent more weeks in the UK album chart than any other. And they’re probably adding weeks even as we speak!

1. Queen – “Greatest Hits”
Released in 1981, the album went to number one and again in 1991 – so far, 1,006 weeks!

2. ABBA – “Gold: Greatest Hits”
Released in 1992 and topped the chart on FIVE separate occasions – so far, 957 weeks

3. Bob Marley and The Wailers – “Legend”
Released in 1984 and went to number one – so far, 941 weeks

4. Fleetwood Mac – “Rumours”
Released in 1977 and has topped the chart on four separate occasions – so far, 852 weeks

5. Pink Floyd – “The Dark Side Of The Moon”
Released in 1973…but has only ever charted at No.2! Sor far, 535 weeks

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