Albums certified platinum by the Associação Brasileira dos Produtores de Discos

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  1. Believe

    Believe (2012)

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    Believe is the third studio album by Canadian recording artist Justin Bieber, released on June 15, 2012, by Island Records. Looking to transition from the teen pop styles of his two-piece debut effort My World (2009) and My World 2.0 (2010), Bieber opted to create a follow-up record that featured more prominent elements of dance-pop and contemporary R&B. As executive producers, mentor Usher and manager Scooter Braun enlisted collaborators including Darkchild, Hit-Boy, Diplo and Max Martin with the intention of creating a mature-sounding project.


  2. Under My Skin

    Under My Skin (2004)

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    Under My Skin is the second studio album by Canadian singer Avril Lavigne. It was released on 25 May 2004; It was her last album with Arista Records, and her first album with RCA Records. Under My Skin debuted at number-one on the Billboard 200 albums chart and according to Billboard magazine, was ranked number 149 on the list of top-selling album of the 2000s. It has sold more than 12 million copies worldwide, 3 million of which were sold in the United States, ranking the album No. 149 on the Billboard 200 Decade End Chart.


  3. Goodbye Lullaby

    Goodbye Lullaby (2011)

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    Goodbye Lullaby is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released first on 2 March 2011, being her last release under RCA Records. The album was released four years after the release of her earlier album The Best Damn Thing (2007), being pushed back several times. Recording sessions began in November 2008, and took place over a period of almost two years, concluding in October 2010. "Goodbye Lullaby" themes deal mainly with heartbreak, exploring what it means to push through the tough times and emerge stronger for it, containing mainly stripped down instruments, such as the piano and acoustic guitar. Lavigne co-wrote every track on the album, with herself producing two song alone. She also worked with producers Max Martin, Shellback, Butch Walker and her former husband Deryck Whibley.


  4. Here We Go Again

    Here We Go Again (2009)

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    Here We Go Again is the second studio album by American recording artist Demi Lovato, released on July 21, 2009, through Hollywood Records. Unlike her previous album, Don't Forget (2008), Lovato did not collaborate from the Jonas Brothers, as she wanted to work with different people and give the album a personal approach. Lovato collaborated with established songwriters and producers from the album, such as E. Kidd Bogart, Gary Clark, Toby Gad, John Mayer, Jon McLaughlin, Lindy Robbins and John Fields, who produced from her previous album Don't Forget. Lovato also collaborated with The Academy Is... lead singer William Beckett to write a song about a strained relationship with her father, which was originally set to appear from the album, but later dropped. The song later appeared on her third album Unbroken (2011).


  5. Femme Fatale

    Femme Fatale (2011)

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    Femme Fatale is the seventh studio album by American recording artist Britney Spears. It was released on March 25, 2011, by Jive Records. Spears wanted to make a "fresh-sounding" and "fierce dance album", incorporating pop and dance styles with elements of dubstep, techno, and trance. She began working on the album during the second leg of The Circus Starring Britney Spears (2009), while also working on her second compilation album The Singles Collection (2009). Contributions to its production came from a variety of producers and songwriters, including long-time collaborator Max Martin in addition to Dr. Luke, William Orbit, Fraser T Smith, Rodney Jerkins, Bloodshy & Avant. will.i.am, and StarGate.


  6. Unbroken

    Unbroken (2011)

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    Unbroken is the third studio album by American recording artist Demi Lovato, released on September 20, 2011, by Hollywood Records. Lovato began working on the album in July 2010 and ended in November 2010, due to Lovato's rehabilitation. In February 2011, the production of the album continued after Lovato's treatment ended. Lovato described the album as "more mature" and "a little more R&B/pop" than her previous material, quoting artists such as Rihanna and Keri Hilson as influences. While some of the album's lyrical content was heavily influenced by Lovato's personal struggles, it also deals with lighter subjects, such as love, self empowerment and having fun.


  7. Unorthodox Jukebox

    Unorthodox Jukebox (2012)

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    Unorthodox Jukebox is the second studio album by American recording artist Bruno Mars, released by Atlantic Records on December 7, 2012, as the follow-up to Mars' 2010 album Doo-Wops & Hooligans. On December 4, 2012, the album was available to listen to in its entirety for a week before the release. The singer co-wrote the album and worked with several past collaborators, while enlisting new producers and guest vocals. Unorthodox Jukebox explores a variety of styles such as reggae rock, disco and soul music and incorporates significantly more explicit lyrics and themes than his previous material.


  8. Spiceworld

    Spiceworld (1997)

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    Spiceworld is the second studio album by British girl group the Spice Girls. Its music incorporates dance-pop music and production. The album became a huge hit worldwide, lengthening the so-called "Spicemania" of the time. It debuted at number one in the UK, with first-week sales of 190,000 and shipped 1,400,000 copies in two weeks. The album also reached number one in 13 countries, while peaking inside the top three positions in Australia, Canada, France, Switzerland and the United States. It has sold 4.1 million copies in the US, 5 million across Europe and over 20 million copies worldwide.


  9. Rainbow

    Rainbow (1999)

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    Rainbow is the seventh studio album by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey, released on November 2, 1999, by Columbia Records. The album followed the same pattern as Carey's previous album, Butterfly (1997), in which she began her transition into the R&B market. Rainbow contains a mix of hip-hop-influenced R&B jams, as well as a variety of slow ballads. On the album, Carey worked with David Foster and Diane Warren, who replaced Walter Afanasieff, the main balladeer Carey worked with throughout the 90s. As a result of her separation from her husband, Tommy Mottola, Carey had more control over the musical style of this album, so she collaborated with several artists such as Jay-Z, Usher, and Snoop Dogg.


  10. Toxicity

    Toxicity (2001)

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    Toxicity is the second album by Armenian American rock band System of a Down. Produced by Rick Rubin, Toxicity was released on September 4, 2001 by American Recordings, debuting at number 1 on both the United States, with 220,000 copies, and number 1 on the Canadian charts. Toxicity has sold over 12 million copies worldwide and is certified multi-platinum in the United States.


  11. Nevermind

    Nevermind (2011)

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    Nevermind is the second studio album by the American rock band Nirvana, released on September 24, 1991. Produced by Butch Vig, Nevermind was the group's first release on DGC Records. Frontman Kurt Cobain sought to make music outside the restrictive confines of the Seattle grunge scene, drawing influence from groups such as the Pixies and their use of song volume dynamics.


  12. Weathered

    Weathered (2001)

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    Weathered is the third album by American rock band Creed, released on November 20, 2001. Some versions are enhanced CDs and include videos. It has been certified 6× platinum by the RIAA. The album entered the Billboard 200 at #1, selling 887,000 copies in its first week of release, and remained in the top spot for eight consecutive weeks, a record which Creed shares with The Beatles albums, the Anthology series. The album contains Creed's shortest ("Freedom Fighter"), longest ("Who's Got My Back?"), and the band's heaviest song ("Bullets"). The album sold more than 6 million copies in the U.S alone.


  13. Can't Be Tamed

    Can't Be Tamed (2010)

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    Can't Be Tamed is the third studio album by American recording artist Miley Cyrus, released on June 18, 2010, by Hollywood Records; it would become her final album with the label after signing with RCA Records in 2013. Cyrus began planning the project in 2009, while travelling internationally for her Wonder World Tour, and continued into 2010. Described by Cyrus as a "good [record] to blast in your car", Can't Be Tamed represents a musical departure from her earlier work, which she had grown to feel uninspired by. As executive producers, Tish Cyrus and Jason Morey enlisted partners including Devrim Karaoglu, Marek Pompetzki, Rock Mafia, and John Shanks to achieve Cyrus' desired new sound. Their efforts resulted in a primarily dance-pop record, which Cyrus' record label acknowledged differed from the original plans for the project. Its lyrical themes revolve largely around breaking free of constraints and expectations, which are largely mentioned in the context of romantic relationships.


  14. Use Your Illusion I

    Use Your Illusion I (1991)

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    Use Your Illusion I is the third studio album by the American rock band Guns N' Roses. It was the first of two albums released in conjunction with the Use Your Illusion Tour, the other being Use Your Illusion II. The two are thus sometimes considered a double album - in fact both were double albums consisting of 2 vinyl records each (Warman's Records Field Guide) . The album debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard charts, selling 685,000 copies in its first week, behind Use Your Illusion II's first week sales of 770,000. Use Your Illusion I has sold 5,502,000 units in the U.S. as of 2010, according to Nielsen SoundScan. Each of the Use Your Illusion albums have been certified 7× Platinum by the RIAA. It was nominated for a Grammy Award in 1992.


  15. It Had  To Be You... The Great American Songbook

    It Had To Be You... The Great American Songbook (2002)

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    It Had to Be You: The Great American Songbook is the first album of American pop standards recorded by British musician Rod Stewart. It was released on 22 October 2002, and became the first in a five-volume series.


  16. Circus

    Circus (2008)

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    Circus is the sixth studio album by American recording artist Britney Spears. It was released on November 28, 2008, by Jive Records. Looking to transition from her "darker and more urban" fifth studio album Blackout (2007), Spears wanted to make her next project "a little bit lighter", incorporating electropop and dance-pop styles. Spears recorded the record during the summer of 2008, after her much-publicized personal struggles saw her placement under a temporary conservatorship earlier that year. As executive producers, Larry Rudolph and Teresa LaBarbera Whites enlisted collaborators including Spears' longtime colleague Max Martin and Nate "Danja" Hills.


  17. Steal This Album

    Steal This Album (2002)

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    Steal This Album! is the third studio album by Armenian American rock band System of a Down, released on November 26, 2002, on American Recordings. The album was produced by Rick Rubin and Daron Malakian, and reached #15 in the Billboard Top 200.


  18. Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel

    Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel (2009)

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    Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel is the twelfth studio album by American recording artist Mariah Carey, released on September 25, 2009 by Island Records. After Carey's previous album, E=MC² (2008), Carey began to work in a new album, producing with Terius "The-Dream" Nash and Christopher "Tricky" Stewart, and revealed the album's title through Twitter. Carey said that Memoirs of an Imperfect Angel would have "big ballads", and that "each song is its own snapshot of a moment in a story".


  19. Enya

    Enya (1992)

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    Enya is the soundtrack album of the 1987 BBC documentary series The Celts. It is also the debut solo album of Enya, an Irish singer, pianist, and composer.


  20. Hypnotize

    Hypnotize (2005)

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    Hypnotize is the fifth album by Armenian American rock band System of a Down and the second half of the Mezmerize/Hypnotize double album. It was released on November 22, 2005, six months after the release of companion album Mezmerize. Mezmerize and Hypnotize both debuted at number #1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart making the band one of the few to achieve this with two albums in the same year. Hypnotize was System of a Down's last studio album before their four-year hiatus from August 2006 to November 2010.


  21. Unplugged

    Unplugged (2005)

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    Unplugged is a live album by Eric Clapton released in 1992. It was recorded live in England for the MTV Unplugged series and includes both the hit single "Tears in Heaven" and a heavily reworked acoustic version of "Layla".


  22. Amore

    Amore (2006)

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    Amore is the eleventh studio album by Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli, released on 31 January 2006, for the Valentine's Day season. This album features a remake of Elvis Presley's "Can't Help Falling in Love"; "Because We Believe", the closing song of the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy, which Bocelli wrote and performed; "Somos Novios (It's Impossible), a duet with American pop singer Christina Aguilera; and his first recording of Bésame Mucho, which eventually became one of his signature songs.


  23. 13

    13 (2013)

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    13 is the nineteenth studio album by British heavy metal band Black Sabbath. The album was released on 10 June 2013 in Europe and 11 June 2013 in North America, via Vertigo Records and Republic Records in the US, and via Vertigo Records worldwide. It is the first studio album released by Black Sabbath since Forbidden (1995), and their first studio recording with original singer Ozzy Osbourne and bassist Geezer Butler since the live album Reunion (1998), which contained two new studio tracks. It is also the first studio album with Osbourne since Never Say Die! (1978), and with Butler since Cross Purposes (1994). This is also the first Black Sabbath studio album since Never Say Die! not to feature longtime keyboardist Geoff Nicholls, and the first since The Eternal Idol (1987) on Vertigo (outside the US and Canada).


  24. Music Box

    Music Box (2002)

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    Music Box is the third studio album by American recording artist Mariah Carey. It was released by Columbia Records on August 31, 1993, in North America. The album comprises ballads primarily co-written by Carey and Walter Afanasieff, with whom she had previously worked on Emotions (1991), and a few urban dance tracks. During the course of the album's development, Carey wanted to broaden her audience, choosing a more pop/R&B oriented sound. During this time frame, they experimented with different organs and other musical instruments, leading the album's sound away from her more contemporary previous efforts. Two unused tracks from the album sessions were released as B-sides: "Do You Think of Me" and "Everything Fades Away".


  25. Mezmerize

    Mezmerize (2005)

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    Mezmerize is the fourth studio album by Armenian American rock band System of a Down. It is the first half of the Mezmerize/Hypnotize double album. It was released on May 17, 2005, six months before Hypnotize, on American Records. The album has sold over 10 million copies worldwide since its release.


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