The Rolling Stones, the Doors, the Bee Gees and the Rolling Stones are among the top-selling rock albums of all time.
The album of the same name was the first to be released by a major label in 1980.
The record sold 1.6 million copies worldwide in 1980, according to Nielsen Music.
It’s no secret that rock music has been a hit for years in the United States.
The average album sales have risen by about 7% each year over the last 20 years, according a report by the Nielsen Music Media Research.
But, in the U.S., there are more than a dozen genres of music that are inextricably linked to one another.
Rock music encompasses a wide range of styles and genres, including country, blues, country blues, blues rock, punk, folk and jazz.
In fact, the genre has grown so big that it is now the fourth largest music genre in the world, behind country music, country, pop and pop music.
While the rock genre is booming, it’s not necessarily the only music genre to be on the rise.
Hip hop is also on the decline, but there are some major artists that are still pulling in huge crowds on tour, according the Billboard chart.
For example, Kanye West, whose last album, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy, went platinum in November, is expected to open his second U.K. tour in a row.