Vinyl Mania: Which Artists Were the Top Sellers for 2015?

Three out of the Top Five Are Albums Sold Were Released More Than 40 Years Ago

It’s Vinyl Madness: according to ‘Consequence Of Sound’: ’“Sales of vinyl were up 30% from 2014 and accounted for nearly 9% of total physical album sales”. Further more, for this holiday season, the number one items on Amazon were turntables. Crazy, huh?

Looking at the best selling vinyl records for 2015, Three out of the top five albums sold were released more than 40 years ago. Pink Floyd’s ‘Dark Side of the Moon’, The Beatles’ ‘Abbey Road’ and Miles Davis’ ‘Kind Of Blue’. 

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But - If we thought the old-new vinyl trend belongs only to the people that we’re brought up with vinyl records in their childhood - We we’re mistaken. Adele’s ’25’ stands in first with 116,000 copies sold, and Taylor Swift comes in second with 74,000 copies of her latest album, ‘1989’. Younger or older, looks like vinyl is here to stay. 

Top Ten List: 

1. Adele – 25 (116,000)

2. Taylor Swift – 1989 (74,000)

3. Pink Floyd – The Dark Side of the Moon (50,000)

4. The Beatles – Abbey Road (49,800)

5. Miles Davis – Kind of Blue (49,000)

6. Arctic Monkeys – AM (48,000)

7. Sufjan Stevens – Carrie & Lowell (44,900)

8. Alabama Shakes – Sound & Color (44,600)

9. Hozier – Hozier (43,000)

10. Guardians of the Galaxy OST (43,000)