Guns N’ Roses notched up an impressive record this week, with their Greatest Hits collection’s latest appearance on the Billboard 200 albums chart being the record’s 400th non-consecutive week on the chart.
The album has racked up 5.93 million sales in the U.S., peaking at #3 upon its April 10, 2004 debut, and spending 138 consecutive weeks in the 200 before falling out in November, 2006. The record then charted again on December 12, 2009 — and has bounced in and out ever since.
The Gunners collection is only the seventh record to break the 400 mark, the others being — in order: Pink Floyd The Dark Side Of The Moon (927), Johnny Mathis’ Johnny’s Greatest Hits (490), the My Fair Lady OCR (480), Bob Marley & The Wailers Legend (471), Journey’s Greatest Hits (462) and Metallica. (432).