The Dutch Album Top 100 or Album Top 100 is a weekly hit list of music albums, compiled by Dutch Charts. List shows the 100 best-selling music albums of the moment in the Netherlands. The list has passed through various name changes and has expanded from a Top 10 to a Top 100.
|Name of chart||From||To|
|Hilversum 3 LP Top 10||28 June 1969||7 September 1974|
|Nationale Hitparade LP Top 20||7 September 1974||7 January 1978|
|Nationale Hitparade LP Top 30||7 January 1978||10 June 1978|
|Nationale Hitparade LP Top 50||10 June 1978||16 November 1985|
|Nationale Hitparade Elpee Top 75||23 November 1985||27 September 1986|
|Nationale Totale Top 75||4 October 1986||25 February 1989|
|Nationale Totale Top 100||25 February 1989||16 December 1989|
|LP-MC-CD Top 100 (Nationale Top 100)||16 December 1989||15 May 1991|
|CD/MC Top 100 (Nationale Top 100)||15 May 1991||6 February 1993|
|Album Top 100||6 February 1993||6 March 1993|
|Album Mega Top 100||6 March 1993||15 July 1995|
|Mega Album Top 100||15 July 1995||10 July 1999|
|Album Top 100||10 July 1999||present|
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