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Daft Punk’s ‘Random Access Memories’ tops Discogs' best-selling albums of the decade

The 2013 LP pipped David Bowie's 'Blackstar' to the post 

 

Daft Punk’s 2013 album, 'Random Access Memories', has topped Discogs' 200 best-selling albums from the last decade.

Discogs' best records of the 2010s have been ranked by the releases that have been both purchased the most, and requested the most. The grand totals take into account vinyl, cassette, CD, and all other physical formats. 

David Bowie's final record 'Blackstar' is second, and both Flying Lotus, Tame Impale and Kendrick Lemar appear three times throughout the list. Beyond 'Random Access Memories' and Bowie, the rest of the top ten features Kendrick Lemar, Radiohead, Arctic Monkeys, Tame Impala, Kendrick Lemar (again!), Lana Del Ray, Jack White and Arcade Fire.

Elsewhere, Aphex Twin's 'Syro' is at 41, Jamie xx's 'Colours' lands at 65, and Daft Punk appear again with their Tron Legacy soundtrack at number 91. Bonobo's 'Black Sands' is at 104, with Massive Attack's 'Heligoland' at 114.

Check out the full 200 records over on the Discogs blog.

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