Pentatonix Albums Ranked

Pentatonix (abbreviated PTX) is an American Acappella group from Arlington, Texas, consisting of vocalists Scott Hoying (baritone), Mitch Grassi (tenor), Kirstin Maldonado (mezzo-soprano), Kevin Olusola (vocal percussion), and Matt Sallee (bass). Characterized by their pop-style arrangements with vocal harmonies, basslines, riffing, percussion, and beatboxing, they produce cover versions of modern pop works or Christmas songs, sometimes in the form of medleys, along with original material. Pentatonix formed in 2011 and subsequently won the third season of NBC’s The Sing-Off, receiving $200,000 and a recording contract with Sony Music. When Sony’s Epic Records dropped the group after The Sing-Off, the group formed its YouTube channel, distributing its music through Madison Gate Records, a label owned by Sony Pictures. Their YouTube channel currently has over 19 million subscribers and 5 billion views. The group’s video tribute to Daft Punk had received more than 347 million views as of April 6, 2021. Here are all of Pentatonix albums ranked.

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9. The Best Of Pentatonix Christmas, 2019

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“The Best of Pentatonix Christmas is a great alternative to your annual rearranged, same tunes compilation releases. Vocally brilliant, only one song missing for me on this CD is Sleigh Ride. Definitely 5 stars for me. If you haven’t listened to them before, you should give them a try, you may be surprised.”

8. That’s Christmas To Me, 2014

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“I LOVE listening to Christmas music and it really helps me get into the holiday season! I have very eclectic music tastes when it comes to Christmas music and will listen to anything ranging from the classics by Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby to Trans-Siberian Orchestra and everything in between. Every so often I like to buy new Christmas music to freshen up my collection and what better way to accomplish that than to buy an acapella album! I first heard of Pentatonix when I saw Pitch Perfect 2 since they are posing as the Canadian acapella group at the end of the movie in the World A Capella Championship. “

7. PTXmas, 2012

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“The vocal harmonies are terrific in these arrangements. My favorites are O Come O Come Emanuel (the harmonies are rich and I love the song), Carol of the Bells (I love the playfulness), and Little Drummer Boy which truly highlights their vocal skills and style. Go Tell It on the Mountain is a terrific finale.”

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6. PTX, Volume 1, 2012

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“The arrangements are great, the vocals are spot on, and, frankly, I often find that I like the Pentatonix version of many tunes far better than the originals or the popular versions. And Avi and Kevin’s vocals and effects are scary good. (Maybe Kevin swallowed a synth at an early age? Amazing stuff! And it’s fun to have the cello in there, too.)”

5. PTX, Vol. IV – Classics, 2017

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“This is an awesome collection of classic songs sung in acapella by the masters of the modern day version of the an acapella genre. My two favorite tracks on the cd are “Imagine” and “Over the Rainbow”. It is also worth taking a look at the music video for their rendition of “Imagine” online. Kirstin sings an amazing lead on “Over the Rainbow.”

4. PTX Vol. 1 & 2, 2014

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“This is acapella music as I have never imagined it. This collection is full of complex vocal arrangements and harmonies that at times rival the songs as performed by the original artists. I don’t know why more people don’t know about this group. It’s fun music and puts a smile on my face.”

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3. PTX Presents: Top Pop, Vol. 1, 2018

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“This unbelievably talented group continues to put out performances that, in my opinion, are better versions than the originals. Where I may have little care for the originals, as soon as PTX puts their spin on it and display their amazing vocal talents, I can’t stop listening to it. These are the kinds of artists that make you feel fortunate they are willing to share their natural gifts with the world. Their singing always brings a smile to my face and I will always sing along with my TERRIBLE voice while driving in my car.”

2. Pentatonix, 2015

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“Avi Kaplan singing lead in “Light in the hallway” is a real treat and he really exercises his vocal range in this song. All in all I feel like for their first really original effort that it’s excellent and they bring to the party what they always bring, tight harmonies, lots of bounce and the perfect blending of those five very talented people. This is a must-have for Pentatonix for fans!”

1. PTX, Vol. II, 2013

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“The talent here is amazing. Avi, Kevin, Kirstie, Mitch, and Scott were born to sing with each other. The harmonies of the trio are well-chosen and accurate. Kevin’s percussion is versatile and agile, and Avi is a true bass, nailing notes well below baritone. In addition, it’s hard to arrange popular music for a cappella and still maintain the energy of the original, but this is where Pentatonix shines. A review of their Sing-Off performances confirms this.”