Album covers of the best selling records on Discogs in March 2020

The Discogs Top 50 Best Selling Records Of March 2020

Time again with the master of keyword chowder disaster to drop some questionable nuggets of thought on this terrible scene. Internet and dad favorite screaming red man King Crimson, Dark Side, Thriller, and a few other perennials there as always aside, I’m extremely unhip and live under a rock otherwise. Who are these artists? Probably amazing acts heavily reported by other posters of this publication. As for me? I just write the script that makes the list. Until next time, please fill in the blanks below.

Alpha Wann - UMLA album cover

#2. Alpha Wann – UMLA

2xLP, Album, Yel

Tame Impala - The Slow Rush album cover

#3. Tame Impala – The Slow Rush

LP, Red + LP, Blu + Album, Ltd, 180

The Strokes - Is This It album cover

#18. The Strokes – Is This It

LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Whi

Tame Impala - The Slow Rush album cover

#23. Tame Impala – The Slow Rush

LP, Red + LP, Lig + Album, Ltd, 180

The Roots - Phrenology album cover

#30. The Roots – Phrenology

2xLP, Album, Club, RE, RM, Bro

El-P - I

#31. El-P – I’ll Sleep When You’re Dead

2xLP, Album, Club, Dlx, RE, Red

Ozzy Osbourne - Ordinary Man album cover

#37. Ozzy Osbourne – Ordinary Man

LP, Album, Ltd, S/Edition, Sil

Sleep - Live At Third Man Records album cover

#44. Sleep – Live At Third Man Records

LP, Blu + LP, Gre + LP, Pur + LP, S/Sided, Ora + B

Portishead - Dummy album cover

#45. Portishead – Dummy

LP, Album, RE, 180

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  • May 24,2020 at 22:59

    This makes no sense. Look at no at no. 15. Four sales. All at the 31 of march. No other sales. ???

    • May 29,2020 at 12:17

      Thanks for pointing this out, smeden. We’re looking into that discrepancy now.

  • May 22,2020 at 22:28

    I don’t get this. Look at #7. Nujabes – Metaphorical Music.

    Number 7 in this list has been sold ONCE in march ’20. And 10 times in april.

    How did it make it to number 7? How on earth do you compile this all??

  • May 22,2020 at 15:45

    What about Breaking Glass? This was a formidable debut album by Hazel O’connor. Being a film score and having some crazy pre Lady Gaga clothing, it remains for me a great movie, with songs from the album that was sounded the death knell for Punk.

  • May 21,2020 at 11:26

    Tracy Chapman, Thriller and Diamond Life always make the list. I would love to numbers each month.

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