André Hazes has posthumously broken a record with his compilation album De Hazes 100 . The CD will be in the Album Top 100 for 331 weeks this week, breaking the record of Adele, who was in the list for 330 weeks with her album 21 .

The Hazes 100 was released in September 2006, two years after the death of Hazes. The album then remained in the Album Top 100 for 29 weeks and then returned to the list of best-selling CDs seventeen times.

The album has not disappeared from the list since April 4, 2015. Hazes has another album that has lasted a long time in the list: Already 15 Years Simply André . The CD was in 258 weeks.

Other albums that have been in the Album top 100 for some time are Buena Vista Social Club from the band of the same name (296 weeks), Brothers in Arms from the Dire Straits (269 weeks) and X from Ed Sheeran (264 weeks).

See also: The legacy of André Hazes: "No pub where his music is not played"


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