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This topic covers notable events and articles related to 2019 in music.

The following is a list of events and releases that have happened or are expected to happen in 2019 in music in the United States.

<i>Amo</i> (Bring Me the Horizon album) 2019 studio album by Bring Me the Horizon

Amo is the sixth studio album by British rock band Bring Me the Horizon. Originally scheduled for release on 11 January 2019, it was released on 25 January 2019. The album was announced on 22 August 2018, a day after the release of the lead single "Mantra". It was produced by frontman Oliver Sykes and keyboardist Jordan Fish, and was written and recorded primarily in Los Angeles.

2000s

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Live 8 concerts took place in 9 countries worldwide during 2005.

List of 10 best-selling albums of the 2000s

  1. The Beatles 1 – 31 million [5] – 2000
  2. Norah Jones Come Away with Me – 26 million [6] – 2002
  3. Backstreet Boys Black & Blue – 24 million [7] [8] – 2000
  4. Linkin Park Hybrid Theory – 24 million [9] – 2000
  5. Britney Spears Oops!... I Did It Again – 20 million [10] – 2000
  6. Usher Confessions – 20 million [11] – 2004
  7. Eminem The Eminem Show – 19 million [12] – 2002
  8. Eminem The Marshall Mathers LP – 19 million [12] [13] – 2000
  9. Avril Lavigne Let Go – 17 million [14] – 2002
  10. Evanescence Fallen – 17 million [15] – 2003

1990s

List of 10 best-selling albums of the 1990s

  1. Whitney Houston / Various artists – The Bodyguard – 45 million [20] [21] – 1992
  2. Shania Twain Come on Over – 40 million [22] – 1997
  3. Alanis Morissette Jagged Little Pill – 33 million [23] – 1995
  4. Mariah Carey Music Box – 32 million [24] – 1993
  5. Celine Dion Falling into You – 32 million [25] – 1996
  6. Michael Jackson Dangerous – 32 million [26] [27] – 1991
  7. Celine Dion Let's Talk About Love – 31 million [28] – 1997
  8. Madonna The Immaculate Collection – 30 million [29] [30] – 1990
  9. Britney Spears ...Baby One More Time – 30 million [31] [32] – 1999
  10. Backstreet Boys Millennium – 30 million [33] [34] – 1999

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