The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of June 2019

June was a month. The past few months have been something of a blur for me. I vaguely remember visiting the office for planning meetings and I think I even did something else. Things have been such a blur recently that I missed most of these releases, even though I probably listened to a bunch when they came out. Now’s your chance to pick up on the sounds of the summer of 2019 while it’s still hot out. This month features an amazing list of underground electronic music from many different eras and producers. Personally, I recommend the Evans Pyramid remix and Steven, who took a good percent of the load off my back for this post, noted the Emmanuel Top 12” as standing out. Until next month, let us know what you think in the coments down below!


The Raconteurs - Help Us Stranger album cover

#9 – The Raconteurs – Help Us Stranger

LP, Album, Ltd, Green Marble + 7″, Single, Ltd

Portishead - Dummy album cover

#22 – Portishead – Dummy

LP, Album, RE, 180 Gram

Psychedelic Porn Crumpets - And Now For The Whatchamacallit album cover

#28 – Psychedelic Porn Crumpets – And Now For The Whatchamacallit

LP, Album, Ltd, Yellow / Purple / Blue Splatter

Various - The Crow (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) album cover

#31 – Various – The Crow (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

LP, White + LP, S/Sided, Etch + Album, Ltd…

Britney Spears - Britney album cover

#34 – Britney Spears – Britney

LP, Album, Ltd, Yellow & White Swirl

Siouxsie & The Banshees - Hyaena album cover

#43 – Siouxsie & The Banshees – Hyaena

LP, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Purple, Black & White Splattered

Dr. John - Gris-gris album cover

#48 – Dr. John – Gris-gris

LP, Mono, Ltd, RE, Green

Robyn - Body Talk album cover

#49 – Robyn – Body Talk

2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, White

Unknown Artist - Thelma Hous / Leave Me This

#50 – Unknown Artist – Thelma Hous / Leave Me This

Unknown Artist – Thelma Hous / Leave Me This (12″)


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2 Comments
  • Aug 18,2019 at 09:22

    This must be the first list for a long time, that Pink Floyd, Beatles and Dire straits are not present. Other usual suspects, like Bruce (but with a new record which also dragged Born in the USA in the list)Portishead and Prince with their classic albums, Joy division with a re-release and Dr. John’s best album, at least selling a bit more now that he is gone. Britney was a bit of a surprise,but many favourite releases that got their first vinyl release are usual top sellers (like The Crow and Lost in Translation). I guess it would be nice to see some numbers behind, like number of copies shifted, (OK, sales per country would be an overkill, but a useful one) so we can do the number crunching ourselves to come up with any meaningful conclusions.

  • Aug 15,2019 at 08:46

    Well “Unknown Pleasures” definitely makes sense But two different versions of the same
    Dr. John record? Really There is no accounting for peoples taste that’s for certain.
    Honestly though I have never even heard of 80% of what’s on that list, So my ability
    to comprehend anything very meaningful from it is very limited. It does however at
    least confirm what I have always sort of suspected; That I have absolutely no idea
    what is really going on out in the real world.

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