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Monkees Albums

Title Highest Position Weeks on Chart++ Date of Release Gold/Platinum Awards Award Certification Date
The Monkees 1 (13)* 49 10/01/66 5 8/17/94
More of The Monkees 1 (18)** 45 01/10/67 5 8/17/94
Headquarters 1 (1)*** 41 5/22/67 2 8/17/94
Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones, Ltd. 1 (5)**** 19 11/14/67 2 8/17/94
The Birds, The Bees, and The Monkees 3***** 15 4/01/68 8/17/94
HEAD 45 ? December 1, 1968 - -
Instant Replay 32 5 02/15/69 - -
The Monkees Present 100 ? October 1969 - -
The Monkees' Greatest Hits 69 ? 1969 - -
Changes 152+ ? June 1970 - -
The Monkees' Greatest Hits 58 ? 7/23/76 12/16/91
Then & Now-- The Best of the Monkees 21 12 6/26/86 1/15/87
Pool It! 72 ? 08/87 - -
Greatest Hits ? ? 10/24/95 8/07/00
Justus ? ? 10/15/96 - -
Best of the Monkees 51 4++ 04/29/03 - -

++- The number of weeks the album was in the TOP 40
*-recharted at #92 in 1986
**-recharted at #96 in 1986
***-recharted at #121 in 1986
****-recharted at #124 in 1986
*****-recharted at #145 in 1986
+- It did not originally chart, but went to #152 in 1986
++- Still in the top 200


Monkees Singles

Title Highest Position Weeks on Chart Date of Release Gold/Platinum Awards Award Certification Date

Last Train to Clarksville
1 (1) 15 9/10/66 10/27/66

I'm A Believer/
1 (7) 15 12/10/66 11/28/66

(I'm Not Your) Steppin' Stone
20 8 12/17/66 - -

A Little Bit Me, A Little Bit You/
2 (1) 10 3/25/67 3/08/67

The Girl I Knew Somewhere
39 5 3/25/67 - -

Pleasant Valley Sunday/
3 10 7/22/67 7/14/67

Words
11 9 7/22/67 - -

Daydream Believer
1 (4) 12 11/18/67 11/14/67

Valleri/
3 10 3/9/68 2/26/68

Tapioca Tundra
34 6 3/9/68 - -

D.W Washburn/
19 7 6/15/68 - -

It's Nice To Be With You
51 7 6/15/68 - -

Porpoise Song
62 6 10/12/68 - -

Tear Drop City
56 7 2/22/69 - -

Listen to the Band/*
63 8 6/7/69 - -

Someday Man
81 2 5/10/69 - -

Good Clean Fun
82 5 9/20/69 - -

Oh My My
98 2 6/6/70 - -

That Was Then, This Is Now
20 14 7/5/86 - -
Daydream Believer [R] 79 4 11/1/86 - -

Heart and Soul
87 4 9/26/87 - -
*- Someday Man was originally the A-side, but Listen to the Band got more airplay and then became the A-side instead.

References: The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits, Top Pop Singles 1955-1993, both by Joel Whitburn, and Number One Albums by Craig Rosen. I also got information from the RIAA website. All chart placings are based on the Billboard Charts.
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