Your Favorite Studio Albums in 2020

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According to our statistics, your 12 favorite studio albums for 2020 are by Genesis, Brandy, Toni Braxton, Carly Simon, George Benson, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Madonna, Abba, Pink Floyd, Prince, The Corrs, Antonio Carlos Jobim

Twelve excerpts are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

Tracklist

1 . Genesis – Mama

Lifted from : Charisma Records publish ‘Genesis,’ their eponymous and twelfth album featuring ‘Mama’ and ‘That’s All’ (1983)

2 . Brandy – The Boy Is Mine (w/ Monica)

Lifted from : Atlantic Records publish Brandy’s second album : ‘Never Say Never’ featuring ‘The Boy Is Mine’ with Monica (1998)

3 . Toni Braxton – He Wasn’t Man Enough

Lifted from : Toni Braxton releases ‘The Heat’ featuring ‘He Wasn’t Man Enough’ and ‘Spanish Guitar’ (2000)

4 . Carly Simon – Mockingbird (w/ James Taylor)

Lifted from : Elektra publish Carly Simon’s fourth album : ‘Hotcakes’ featuring ‘Mockingbird’ and ‘Haven’t Got Time for the Pain’ (1974)

5 . George Benson – 20/20

Lifted from : Warner Bros. publish George Benson’s album : ’20/20′ (1985)

6 . Dee Dee Bridgewater – Compared To What

Lifted from : Universal publish Dee Dee Bridgewater’s album : ‘Red Earth’ recorded with african musicians (2007)

7 . Madonna – Material Girl

Lifted from : Madonna releases ‘Like a Virgin,’ her second album featuring ‘Like a Virgin,’ ‘Into the Groove’ and ‘Material Girl’ (1984)

8 . Abba – Mamma Mia

Lifted from : Polar publish ‘ABBA,’ the Swedish quatuor’s third album featuring ‘Mamma Mia’ & ‘SOS’ (1975)

9 . Pink Floyd – Mother

Lifted from : Pink Floyd release their eleventh album : ‘The Wall’ featuring ‘Another Brick in the Wall’ and ‘Comfortably Numb’ (1979)

10 . Prince – Alphabet St.

Lifted from : Prince releases his tenth album : ‘Lovesexy’ featuring ‘Alphabet St’ (1988)

11 . The Corrs – Breathless

Lifted from : The Corrs release their third album : ‘In Blue’ featuring ‘Breathless’ (2000)

12 . Antonio Carlos Jobim – Wave

Lifted from : Antônio Carlos Jobim records ‘Wave,’ his fourth album for A&M (1967)

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