Top 10 Reba McEntire AlbumsStudio albums only! Excluding compilations such as "Greatest Hits", "Greatest Hits, Vol, 2" "Greatest Hits Volume III: I'm a Survivor" "Reba #1's" and others.
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The album was dedicated to the members of her band that died in a plane crash. This album from 1991 peaked at #3 Country and #13 on the All-Genre chart. It is certified 4x Platinum and its singles include "For My Broken Heart" (peaked at #1), "Is There Life Out There" (peaked at #1), "The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia" (peaked at #12) and "The Greatest Man I Never Knew" (peaked at #1). It also won the AMA Award for "Favorite Country Album". It's single, "Is There Life Out There" received the ACM Award for "Video of The Year". "For My Broken Heart" and "The Greatest Man I Never Knew" both earned a Grammy nomination for Best Female Country Performance.
This album from 1990 peaked at #2 Country and #39 All-Genre, it is certified 3x Platinum. It contains the singles "You Lie", "Rumor Has It" (both peaking at #1), "Fancy" (despite peaking at #8 this is her signature song), and "Fallin' Out of Love" (peaked at #1). The single "You Lie" was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Female Country Performance.
This 1994 album peaked at #2 on both the Country and All-Genre charts. It is certified 3x Platinum and contains the singles "Why Haven't I Heard From You" (peaked at #4), "She Thinks His Name Was John" (peaked at #11), "Till You Love Me" (peaked at #2), "The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter" (peaked at #1"), and "And Still" (peaked at #1). It also won the AMA award for "Favorite Country Album". The controversial "She Thinks His Name Was John" was nominated for Best Female Country Performance at the Grammy Awards.
Reba called this "the second chapter" to her album "For My Broken Heart". "It's Your Call" was released in 1992 and it peaked at #1 Country and #8 All-Genre, it is also 3x Platinum. It's singles "Take It Back" and "The Heart Won't Lie" (with Vince Gill) both peaked at #1 and it's final single "It's Your Call" peaked at #5. Her duet with Vince Gill was nominated for Best Country Vocal Collaboration at the Grammy Awards.
Reba's 2009 album "Keep On Loving You" peaked at #1 on both the Country and All-Genre Charts, it is certified Gold. It's singles include "Strange" (peaked at #11), "Consider Me Gone" (peaked at #1), and "I Keep On Loving You" (peaked at #7).
Reba's 2015 comeback album peaked at #1 on the Country Charts (continuing her record for most Billboard #1 albums by a female country singer) and #3 on the All-Genre Chart. Its lead off single "Going Out Like That" peaked at #23 and earned a nomination from for "Female Video of The Year". The second single off the album "Until They Don't Love You" is set to be released August 13, 2015.
Reba's 1999 album peaked at #5 Country and #28 All-Genre. It is certified platinum. The singles include Grammy nominated "What Do You Say" (peaked at ##), "I'll Be" (peaked at #4) and "We're So Good Together" (peaked at #20. The album also had two non-singles chart with "I'm Not Your Girl" and "Till I Said It To You".
This album from 2007 is certified platinum and peaked at #1 All-Genre as well as on the Country charts. Its singles include "Because of You" (with Kelly Clarkson) (peaked at #2), "The Only Promise That Remains" (with Justin Timberlake) (peaked at #72) and "Every Other Weekend" (with Kenny Chesney) (peaked at #2). Her single with Clarkson was later nominated for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals at the Grammy Awards.
1998's "If You See Him" is certified platinum at peaked at #2 Country and #8 All-Genre. It includes the singles "If You See Him/If You See Her" (with Brooks & Dunn) (peaked at #1), "Forever Love" (peaked at #4), "Wrong Night" (peaked at #6), and "One Honest Heart" (peaked at #5). Her duet with Brooks & Dunn was nominated for a Grammy
2003's "Room to Breathe" is certified Platinum and it peaked at #4 Country and #25 All-Genre. The albums includes "I'm Gonna Take That Mountain" (peaked at #14), the record setting (Most #1"s by a female country artist) "Somebody" (peaked at #1), "He Gets That From Me"(peaked at #7) and, "My Sister" (peaked at #16)
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