Alanis Morissette's Jagged
Little Pill (Maverick/Warner Bros.) and
Garth Brooks' No Fences (Capitol
Nashville) were both certified for U.S. sales of 16
million by the RIAA in July.
Morissette's 1995 bow is now tied with Boston's
self-titled 1976 album as the best-selling debut of all time; the
Morissette and Brooks albums are locked with the soundtrack for
The Bodyguard as the top-selling album of the decade.
No Fences is the biggest country album of all time,
according to the RIAA.