Top 10 Canadian Music Albums of All Time

Through Chris Jancelewicz, and Katie Scott,

May 1, 2018 10:10 AM

There is so much talent in Canada, whether it’s comedy, acting, or… any art form, really.

Over the past few decades, Canada has truly emerged as a musical powerhouse; it’s amazing how many times a canadian musician tops the charts. Interestingly, eight of the 10 best-selling Canadian music albums of all time are written by women (and four of them by the same woman!).

In honor of next week’s Canadian Music Week, we’ve compiled the Top 10 Canadian Music Albums. Take a look – and maybe a listen – below.

(Ed. Note: Nielsen Music Canada, in collaboration with Billboard, has compiled a list of the best-selling Canadian albums from 1996 to 2016. The overall list of the best Canadian albums combines physical and digital album sales.)

1. Shania Twain – “Come on”

Shania Twain’s “Come Over There”was released on November 4, 1997, and it is the best-selling studio album by a female artist and the best-selling album of the 1990s. It is also the best-selling country music album of all. time and the best-selling album of a Canadian. Twain’s album was listed as no. 21 in the Definitive 200 of the Rock n ‘Roll Hall of Fame. His third studio album features hits like “Man! I feel like a woman!“,”You are still the only oneand “Don’t be stupid. It also includes his huge 1998 hit “That Don’t Impress Me Much”, that Twain recently revealed that Brad Pitt’s nude photos inspired the song. – KS

2. Céline Dion – “Let’s talk about love”

Céline Dion’s “Let’s Talk About Love” is the singer’s fifth English-language studio album, released on November 14, 1997. This album features “My Heart Will Go On, the main theme song of the film Titanic. The song became Dion’s biggest hit and one of the best-selling singles of all time. “My heart Will Go On won the 1997 Oscar for Best Original Song. It also topped the 1999 Grammy Awards, winning Record of the Year – marking the first time the honor has been won by a Canadian – as well as Song of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, and Best Song. written specifically for film or television. . – KS

3. Shania Twain – “Get up! “

In the wake of 1997 “Come on Over, “Up“! was released in 2002 to an enthusiastic audience. At this point, the country music singer was a worldwide sensation and this album made her the only female artist to ever have three consecutive diamond albums. It sold 874,000 copies in its first week of release. – CJ

4. Sarah McLachlan – “Surfacing”

McLachlan was in his prime in the mid-1990s, and his songs were everywhere – featured on TV and in movies, and beyond. “Surfacing, released in 1997, was McLachlan’s fourth album and arguably his biggest hit. Coinciding with the Women’s-Only Lilith Fair, McLachlan emerged as one of the most powerful musical voices of the era. To this day, the singles “Angel”, “Building a Mystery”, “Adia” and “Sweet Surrender” are still part of the Canadian musical lexicon. – CJ

5. Avril Lavigne – “Let yourself go”

“Let Go” is the debut album by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released on June 4, 2002. This album is one of the 200 definitive albums of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and has won eight Grammy nominations at Lavigne. . “Let go” contains hit songs, such as “Complicated”, “Sk8er Boi” and “I’m With You” from singer Napanee. – KS

6. Céline Dion – “All the way – A decade of song”

Of course, given that much of Dion’s discography is in the Top 10, it makes sense that his 1999 biggest hits album is here as well. (“All the” actually contains seven brand new recordings.) The famous and upbeat “That’s the Way It Is was the first single from the album and went on to become one of Dion’s most recognized tracks. – CJ

7. Michael Bublé – “Christmas”

This is Michael Bublé’s second Christmas-themed release, following his five-track project, “Let It Snow. Bublé won a Juno Award for Album of the Year, making it the first holiday album to win the award. Whenever it is convenient to listen to Christmas music, you can hear this album playing in shopping malls and on the radio. – KS

8. Our Lady of Peace – “Illness”

Grunge rockers’ second studio album, “Clumsy” from 1997 was a defining collection of songs after the band’s debut album, “Naveed”. The wildly popular single “Superman’s Dead” (above) led the charge, and “Our Lady Peace” was one of the few Canadian groups to help define the sound of 1990s rock in the country. It is their best-selling album to date. – CJ

9. Céline Dion – “Fall into you”

It was an epic album when it was released in 1996, and took place at the height of Dion’s fame. With immensely popular tracks, like “It’s All Coming Back to Me Now” and “Because You Loved Me”, it’s no surprise that he won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year and Best Album. pop. He was also part of the final 200 list of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. – CJ

10. Céline Dion – “These are special moments”

These are special momentsis Dion’s sixth English studio album and first English Christmas album. The album was released on October 30, 1998, and it only took the Canadian singer nine days to record the album in Miami. Dion worked with David Foster, Ric Wake, R. Kelly and Bryan Adams to produce the popular Christmas album. This album is one of the best-selling Christmas albums of all time. – KS

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