Queen's Greatest Hits is Britain's best-selling albums of the last 50 years, a new list has revealed.
The album, which has sold 5.8million copies since its release in 1981, is one of two Queen releases in the top 10, with Greatest Hits II just making it in ahead of Madonna's Immaculate.
With 5million sales, The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band is the second most popular album of the past half-century, ahead of Abba's Gold, Oasis' (What's The Story) Morning Glory and Michael Jackson's Thriller, which make up the rest of the top 5.
Such is the astonishing success of Adele, her second album, 21, released last year, is already the sixth best-selling album, with sales of over 4.5million.
The full top 40 was revealed by DJ Tony Blackburn today on Radio 2.
Blackburn said: 'There are artists in there you would expect to see in a countdown of this nature but not necessarily at the positions that they are.'
He added: 'I was really surprised to see who hadn't made it in - no sign of the massively successful acts like The Rolling Stones, Elvis, Diana Ross or Marvin Gaye. Listeners are in for a real treat.
'There's something for everyone in the chart and it'll be the perfect way to spend the Bank Holiday Monday afternoon.'
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