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The Most Popular Albums on Discogs in November 2020

Our regular roundup of the most popular albums is determined by how many Discogs users added it to their Collection during the month. To be included on each genre-specific list, the album must have been released in 2020 in a physical format (meaning vinyl, CD, or cassette, so it won’t take into consideration digital streams).

We saw the final official Record Store Day drop in October, but RSD organizers gave us all one more special Black Friday lineup in November. We can see a few RSD releases in the lists below, notably Willie Nelson’s live album from a 1976 appearance on Austin City Limits.

Since we started this monthly chart back in June, we’ve had some heavy hitters that have ranked consistently, including Mac Miller, Thundercat, Khruangbin, Dua Lipa, Phoebe Bridgers, Fiona Apple, Neil Young, and Bob Dylan. With only one month left in 2020, we’re excited to see which artists reign supreme at the end of the year.

Interestingly, we noticed a few EPs in this November edition. While we label the roundup as “most popular albums,” we decided to keep these EPs in the running because they are so well-loved by Discogs users.

What are we listening to? We’ve gotta admit. That Willie album has been on repeat since we picked it up on RSD Black Friday. However, we encourage you to check out the Dinner Party self-titled debut. The new supergroup features Kamasi Washington, Terrace Martin, and Robert Glasper. What more could you ask for?






Funk and Soul

Folk, World, and Country

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