Rock fans can’t get enough of Guns N' Roses’ chart-topping tracks. According to Billboard, the Greatest Hits album from Guns N' Roses featuring the work of Slash, Axl Rose, Duff McKagan and company just surpassed its 400th non-consecutive week on Billboard’s Top 200 sales chart. 

With that showing, Guns N’ Roses have one of just seven albums that have enjoyed that long a reign on the list. The other records are Pink Floyd's Dark Side of the Moon with 927 weeks, Johnny Mathis' Johnny's Greatest Hits at 490, the original cast recording of My Fair Lady at 480 weeks, Bob Marley & The Wailers' Legend compilation at 471 weeks, Journey's Greatest Hits with 462 and Metallica's self-titled album ("The Black Album") at 432.

Guns N’ Roses’ Greatest Hits set debuted on the Billboard 200 chart back in April of 2004. At first, the album lived for 138 consecutive weeks on the tally. Then, the set went back on the chart in December of 2009, following a decision by Billboard to let back-catalog albums appear on the Top 200 chart. Since then, the album has appeared on the chart different weeks.

In other news, Guns N’ Roses just announced a new round of tour dates for their Not in This Lifetime tour. Check out the roster on the band’s official website.

Guns and Roses