Since their debut in 1972, the Eagles have released seven studio albums, two live albums, 10 compilation albums, as well as three video albums and 30 singles. Of those singles, five topped the Billboard Hot 100. The Eagles have a total of 18 Top 40 hits on the pop charts, as well as several hits on the adult contemporary chart. They are one of the best-selling popular music artists in history.
Their highest-selling studio album is 1976’s Hotel California, which was certified 26× Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America. The album’s title track was their fourth Number One single on the pop charts, as well as their highest certified single, being certified Platinum. The Eagles also hold the distinction of releasing the highest-selling album of the 20th century in the United States. The band’s compilation album Their Greatest Hits (1971–1975) sold more than 26 million copies domestically from its release until the end of 1999.
In 2007, the Eagles issued a full length studio album of new material for the first time in nearly 30 years with Long Road Out of Eden. The album debuted at #1 on several charts around the world; including Norway and the United Kingdom. The album featured five consecutive Top 40 singles on the adult contemporary charts, and was certified 7× Platinum in the US.
|1||New Kid in Town||1976|
|4||One of These Nights||1975|
|6||Take It to the Limit||1975|
|7||I Can’t Tell You Why||1980|
|8||Best of My Love||1974|
|9||The Long Run||1979|
|10||Get Over It||1994|
|11||Love Will Keep Us Alive||1994|
|13||Take It Easy||1972|
|14||Hole in the World||2003|
|15||Peaceful Easy Feeling||1972|
|17||Life in the Fast Lane||1977|
|18||Busy Being Fabulous||2008|
|19||Seven Bridges Road (Live)||1980|
|21||Learn to Be Still||1995|
|23||Hotel California (Live)||1995|
|24||No More Cloudy Days||2005|
|25||The Girl from Yesterday||1994|
|27||What Do I Do with My Heart||2008|
|28||I Don’t Want to Hear Any More||2009|
|30||Try and Love Again||1976|