Again, in the first place as the best-selling album in history, Michael Jackson and his historic "Thriller".

AC/DC took the world by storm in 1980, following "Highway to Hell", the "Back in Black" album that surely cemented their peak musical success.

Meat Loaf debuted with "Bat out of hell" and became one of the best sellers in history

"Dark Side of the Moon" has been on the best-seller list for 900 weeks: 45 million copies to date. It includes the songs "Money", "Us and Them" or "Eclipse".

Continuing the relationship between music, the success of the film "The Bodyguard" starring Kevin Costner and Whitney Houston, the soundtrack record multiplied its sales: estimated at around 45 million copies.

The Bee Gees sold an estimated 40 million copies of "Saturday Night Fever", not because it contained some of their most iconic and heard songs to date, but above all, because of the response to the film's soundtrack.

It is the British band's eleventh album and received this title due to rumors of the band's breakup circulating at the time of its release

Come On Over", by Shania Twain (1997) This Shania Twain album features the iconic international song "It Don't Affect Me Much" as well as "Man! I feel like a woman!" or "You're still one."

It is the band's fourth album and is known as "Led Zeppelin IV", although it has no title

"Bad", D Michael Jackson (1987) The iconic and irreplaceable Michael Jackson cannot be absent from this list. The King of Pop combined some of his most successful songs into "Bad."