Top 40 Trending Records

Week of February 22nd, 2020

This is it! Welcome to the Discogs Top 40 Trendings Records! One can only feel good when having a look at the most collected releases by the Discogs Community last week. The only charts that can compare with the unparalleled quality and taste of this one are those elaborated by music critics. However, this chart is exclusively compiled from releases that Discogs users have added to their Collections over the last seven days. Don’t expect to see anything like this anywhere else, your picks are unbeatable.

Our first Top 40 looks stunning. Crowning the chart, you’ll find The Slow Rush, the new album by Tame Impala. An album Pitchfork called “as rich and thoughtful as ever.”

The Roots reaches the second position with the first ever reissue of their critically acclaimed release, Phrenology. Discogs user djsgribbs commented, “this absolutely sounds better than I’ve ever heard this album sound.” Phrenology is one of nine reissues to make the list this week.

The latest EP from Khruangbin & Leon Bridges, Texas Sun, comes in at #3 on the Discogs trending list after hitting Billboard’s #1 spot as the top emerging act in the U.S.

Pop punk icons Green Day’s latest offering, Father of All…, drops in at #4 with NME noting the album is “a unicorn puking a rainbow. Don’t try to make sense of it. Just enjoy.”

Closing out the top 5, you’ll find another Vinyl Me, Please reissue, this one of Aretha Franklin’s Aretha Now, an evolved and effortless-sounding showcase of her range and versatility.

As for the other 35 trending releases…well, you’ll need to find out on your own:

Top 40 Weekly Trending Albums

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