McSeven Posted April 28, 2008 Share Posted April 28, 2008 I coppied this from Wikipedia. Zep is so important to music history that they are in group two. I just thought that you may be interested in where they are according to million selling record sales. No matter what. They were meant to change the world of music. Mc7 500 million records or more Artist ↓ Country ↓ Period ↓ Genre ↓ Source The Beatles United Kingdom 1960–1970 Rock / Pop / Psychedelic / Experimental  Bing Crosby U.S. 1926–1977 Jazz / Vocal / Pop  Elvis Presley U.S. 1953–1977 Rock / R&B / Gospel / Blues / Rockabilly / Pop / Country  Frank Sinatra U.S. 1935–1995 Pop / Easy Listening / Vocal / Jazz / Swing  Michael Jackson U.S. 1967–Present Pop / R&B / Rock / Soul / Dance/ Disco / Motown / Funk / New jack swing  200 million to 500 million records Artist ↓ Country ↓ Period ↓ Genre ↓ Source A. R. Rahman India 1992–Present Film Score / World Music  ABBA Sweden 1972–1982 Pop / Disco  Alla Pugacheva Russia 1965–Present Pop  The Bee Gees Australia/United Kingdom 1958–2003 Pop / Disco / Adult Contemporary / R&B  Celine Dion Canada 1981–Present Pop / Chanson / Rock / Adult Contemporary  Cher U.S. 1964–Present Pop / Dance / Rock / Disco / Folk / Country / Adult Contemporary [dubious – discuss] Cliff Richard United Kingdom 1958–Present Pop / Rock / Adult Contemporary  Elton John United Kingdom 1964–Present Pop / Rock / Adult Contemporary  Julio Iglesias Spain 1968–Present Latin  Led Zeppelin United Kingdom 1968–1980 Hard Rock / Blues / Heavy Metal / Folk Rock  Madonna U.S. 1982–Present Pop / Dance / Electronica  Nana Mouskouri Greece - France 1958–Present Pop / Folk / Jazz  Pink Floyd United Kingdom 1964–Present Progressive Rock / Psychedelic / Space Rock  Queen United Kingdom 1970–Present Hard Rock / Glam Rock / Pop / Heavy Metal / Progressive Rock  Rod Stewart United Kingdom 1962–Present Rock / Pop  The Rolling Stones United Kingdom 1962–Present Rock / Hard Rock / Pop  Tino Rossi France 1929–1982 Swing  Wei Wei China 1986–Present Pop  Whitney Houston U.S. 1977–Present Pop / R&B / Adult Contemporary / Gospel / Dance  100 million to 200 million records Artist ↓ Country ↓ Period ↓ Genre ↓ Source AC/DC Australia 1973–Present Hard Rock / Heavy Metal  Adriano Celentano Italy 1957–Present Pop  Aerosmith U.S. 1970–Present Hard Rock / Blues Rock  Backstreet Boys U.S. 1993–Present Pop  Barry White U.S. 1972–2003 R&B / Soul / Disco  The Beach Boys U.S. 1961–1996 Rock / Pop  Billy Joel U.S. 1964–Present Pop / Rock / Adult Contemporary  Bon Jovi U.S. 1983–Present Rock / Hard Rock  Boney M. Germany 1975–Present Pop / Disco  Brenda Lee U.S. 1957–Present Pop  The Carpenters U.S. 1967–1983 Pop / Adult Contemporary  Charles Aznavour France 1936–Present Pop / Chanson / Jazz  Chicago U.S. 1967–Present Rock / Blues / Jazz / Adult Contemporary  Dalida France 1956–1987 Pop / Disco  Dave Clark Five United Kingdom 1964–1970 Rock  Deep Purple United Kingdom 1968–Present Hard Rock / Heavy Metal  Dionne Warwick U.S. 1962–Present Pop / R&B / Soul / Adult Contemporary  Dolly Parton U.S. 1964–Present Pop / Country / Folk / Bluegrass  Donna Summer U.S. 1971–Present Pop / Disco / R&B / Dance  Duane Eddy U.S. 1958–1986 Rock  Eagles U.S. 1971–Present Rock / Country  Electric Light Orchestra United Kingdom 1970–1988 Progressive Rock / Pop Rock / Electronica  Engelbert Humperdinck United Kingdom/U.S. 1956–Present Pop / Easy Listening / Vocal  Fats Domino U.S. 1949–Present Rock / R&B  Fleetwood Mac United Kingdom/U.S. 1967-Present Rock / Blues  Garth Brooks U.S. 1989–Present Country  Gene Autry U.S. 1931–1964 Country  Genesis United Kingdom 1967–Present Progressive Rock / Pop Rock  Gheorghe Zamfir Romania 1964–Present Instrumental  Herbert von Karajan Austria 1943–1989 Classical  Iron Maiden United Kingdom 1980–Present Heavy Metal  James Last Germany 1963-Present Instrumental / Classical  Janet Jackson U.S. 1977–Present R&B / Soul / Dance / Pop  Johnny Hallyday France 1957–Present Rock / Pop  Johnny Mathis U.S. 1956–Present Jazz / Pop  Joni James U.S. 1952–1964 Rock  KC and the Sunshine Band U.S. 1973–Present Pop / Disco / Funk  Kenny Rogers U.S. 1958–Present Country / Pop  Lionel Richie U.S. 1968–Present Pop / R&B / Soul / Adult Contemporary  Luciano Pavarotti Italy 1961–2006 Opera  Mariah Carey U.S. 1990–Present Pop / R&B  Michiya Mihashi Japan 1955–1995 Enka  Mireille Mathieu France 1950–Present Pop  Modern Talking Germany 1984–2003 Disco / Synthpop  Neil Diamond U.S. 1966–Present Pop / Rock / Adult Contemporary  Patti Page U.S. 1948–Present Country  Perry Como U.S. 1933–1998 Pop / Swing / Easy Listening  Pet Shop Boys United Kingdom 1981–Present Synthpop / Electronica  Phil Collins United Kingdom 1980–Present Rock / Pop  Prince U.S. 1978–Present Pop / Funk / R&B / Rock / Soul  Ricky Nelson U.S. 1957–1985 Pop  Roberto Carlos Brazil 1950–Present Latin  Status Quo United Kingdom 1967–Present Rock  Teresa Teng Republic of China 1967-1995 Pop  Tina Turner U.S. 1955–Present Pop / R&B / Rock / Soul / Dance  Tommy James U.S. 1971–Present Rock  U2 Ireland 1976–Present Rock  Valeriya Russia 1991–Present Pop  The Who United Kingdom 1964–Present Rock / Hard Rock  75 million to 100 million records Artist ↓ Country ↓ Period ↓ Genre ↓ Source a-ha Norway 1982–Present Pop / New Wave  Adamo Belgium 1966–Present Pop  The Andrews Sisters U.S. 1937–1951 Swing  B'z Japan 1988–Present Rock / Pop / Hard Rock  Barry Manilow U.S. 1973–Present Pop / Easy Listening / Adult Contemporary  Bobby Vinton U.S. 1967–1991 Pop  Britney Spears U.S. 1999–Present Pop  Carlos Santana Mexico 1966–Present Rock / Blues  Donny Osmond U.S. 1961–Present Pop  The Doors U.S. 1965–1973 Rock / Psychedelic Rock / Blues Rock  Earth, Wind & Fire U.S. 1969–Present Pop / R&B / Disco / Soul / Funk  Eddy Arnold U.S. 1946–Present Country  Fairuz Lebanon 1949–Present Pop  George Michael United Kingdom 1981–Present Pop / Blue-eyed Soul  Gloria Estefan U.S. 1977–Present Latin / Pop / Dance  Guns N' Roses U.S. 1985–Present Hard Rock  Hank Snow Canada 1936–Present Country  Hibari Misora Japan 1949–1989 Enka  Jean Michel Jarre France 1971–Present New Age  Kenny G U.S. 1987–Present Instrumental / Jazz  Kiss U.S. 1973–Present Metal  Luis Miguel Mexico 1981–Present Latin / Pop  Metallica U.S. 1981–Present Heavy Metal / Thrash Metal / Hard Rock  Mina Italy 1958–Present Pop  Peter Wolf Austria 1968–Present Pop / Rock  Scorpions Germany 1969–Present Hard Rock / Heavy Metal  Van Halen U.S. 1972–Present Hard Rock / Heavy Metal  The Ventures U.S. 1959–Present Instrumental Rock  50 million to 75 million records Artist ↓ Country ↓ Period ↓ Genre ↓ Source Alanis Morissette Canada 1991–Present Alternative / Folk Rock  Alabama U.S. 1969–Present Country  Alice Cooper U.S. 1965–Present Hard Rock / Heavy Metal / Shock Rock / Glam Rock  Andre Kostelanetz U.S. 1940s–1980 Easy Listening  Anne Murray Canada 1968–Present Pop / Country  Ayumi Hamasaki Japan 1995–Present Pop  Barbra Streisand U.S. 1960–Present Pop / Adult Contemporary / Classical / Easy listening / Showtunes  B.J. Thomas U.S. 1966–Present Country  Black Sabbath United Kingdom 1968–Present Heavy Metal  Blondie U.S. 1977–Present New Wave  Bob Dylan U.S. 1959–Present Folk / Rock / Blues / Country  Bob Marley Jamaica 1962–1981 Reggae  Bob Seger U.S. 1961–Present Rock  Boyz II Men U.S. 1990–Present R&B / Soul  Bruce Springsteen U.S. 1965–Present Rock / Folk Rock / Heartland Rock  Bryan Adams Canada 1977–Present Rock / Pop / Adult Contemporary  Cat Stevens United Kingdom 1966–Present Folk / Pop  Charlie Daniels U.S. 1971–Present Country / Rock  The Corrs Ireland 1990–Present Rock  Dave Wong Republic of China 1987–Present Pop  Def Leppard United Kingdom 1977–Present Hard Rock / Heavy Metal  Depeche Mode United Kingdom 1980–Present New Wave / Synthpop  Dreams Come True Japan 1989–Present Pop / Jazz  The Diamonds Canada 1953–1970s R&B  The Doobie Brothers U.S. 1970–Present Rock  Don Cornell U.S. 1942–2004 Pop  Duran Duran United Kingdom 1981–Present New Wave / Synthpop / Rock  Eminem U.S. 1995–Present Rap  Enya Ireland 1982–Present New Age / Celtic  Four Tops U.S. 1954–Present R&B  George Strait U.S. 1981–Present Country  Herb Alpert U.S. 1957–Present Instrumental Pop / Easy Listening  James Brown U.S. 1956–2006 Soul / R&B / Funk  Jethro Tull United Kingdom 1968–Present Progressive Rock / Hard Rock /Rock  Johnny Cash U.S. 1955–2003 Country  Kazuhiro Moriuchi Japan 1966–Present Enka  Kylie Minogue Australia 1987–Present Pop / Dance   Linda Ronstadt U.S. 1967–Present Rock / Pop / Country   Linkin Park U.S. 1997–Present Rapcore/ Nu Metal  Meat Loaf U.S. 1968–Present Rock / Hard Rock  Mills Brothers U.S. 1928–1982 Pop  Mr. Children Japan 1992–Present Pop / Rock  Nat King Cole U.S. 1936–1965 Jazz / Vocal / Pop  Nelson Gonçalves Brazil 1941–1998 Samba  New Kids on the Block U.S. 1984–Present Pop  Nirvana U.S. 1988–1994 Grunge / Alternative Rock  'N Sync U.S. 1995–2002 Pop/Dance  Olivia Newton-John Australia 1966–Present Adult Contemporary / Pop  Orhan Gencebay Turkey 1966–Present Arabesque / Folk  The Osmonds U.S. 1970–Present Rock  Ozzy Osbourne United Kingdom 1980–Present Heavy Metal  Pearl Jam U.S. 1990–Present Grunge / Rock / Hard Rock  Petula Clark United Kingdom 1942–Present Pop  Red Hot Chili Peppers U.S. 1983-Present Alternative rock  The Police United Kingdom 1977–Present Rock / New Wave  Ray Conniff U.S. 1956–2002 Pop / Easy Listening  Reba McEntire U.S. 1974–Present Country  Richard Clayderman France 1976–Present Easy Listening / Instrumental Pop  Roxette Sweden 1986–Present Pop / Rock  Sade United Kingdom 1984–Present R&B / Soul / Jazz  Shakira Colombia 1991–Present Pop / Latin  Shania Twain Canada 1993–Present Pop / Country  The Seekers Australia 1963–Present Folk / Rock  Spice Girls United Kingdom 1996–Present Pop / Dance  Stevie Wonder U.S. 1961–Present R&B / Soul / Funk   Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers U.S. 1976–Present Rock  Tony Bennett U.S. 1949–Present Traditional Pop / Jazz  Tupac Shakur U.S. 1991–1996 Rap  The Turtles U.S. 1965–Present Rock  UB40 United Kingdom 1980–Present Reggae  Vernon Dalhart U.S. 1916–1948 Country  Willie Nelson U.S. 1956–Present Country Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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