The Chainsmokers Albums Ranked

The Chainsmokers is an American electronic DJ and production duo consisting of Alexander “Alex” Pall and Andrew “Drew” Taggart. They started out by releasing remixes of songs by indie artists. The EDM-pop duo achieved a breakthrough with their 2014 song “#Selfie”, which became a top twenty single in several countries. They have won a Grammy award,[3] two American Music Awards,[4] seven Billboard Music Awards, and nine iHeartRadio Music Awards.  According to the Forbes 2019 list of highest-paid celebrities, the Chainsmokers were the highest-paid DJs, dethroning Calvin Harris after six years. Their debut EP, Bouquet, was released in October 2015 and featured the single “Roses” which reached the top 10 on the US Billboard Hot 100. “Don’t Let Me Down”, featuring American singer Daya, became their first top-five single on the Billboard chart and won the Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording at the 59th awards ceremony. Their single “Closer”, featuring American singer-songwriter Halsey, became their first number-one single on the Billboard chart. The duo’s second EP, Collage, was released in November 2016. Their debut studio album, Memories…Do Not Open, was released in April 2017 and topped the US Billboard 200 chart. Their second album, Sick Boy, was released in December 2018. Their third studio album, World war joy, was released in December 2019. Here are all of The Chainsmokers albums ranked.

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4. Sick Boy (2018)

“Even though it feels way too brief at 32 minutes, the album is full of a lot of awesome tracks. The songs I really, really like are “This feeling”, “Hope”, “Side Effects” and “Beach House.” The other songs are pretty good. Well worth it, even though I feel it wouldn’t have hurt to include a couple of more songs on there. Over all, I like it a lot.”

Sick Boy (studio album) by The Chainsmokers : Best Ever Albums

3. Collage (2016)

“If you like the Chainsmokers, or the featured artists (Daya, Charlee Nyman, Halsey, Phoebe Ryan, and XYLØ), then you might enjoy “Collage”. This is a very good CD filled with great songs including their classics ‘Closer’ and ‘Something Just Like This’

Collage - EP by The Chainsmokers on Apple Music

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2. World War Joy…Push My Luck (2019)

“The Chainsmokers are excellent artists and this year’s album is their prime year, the album has not had a bad song, it was a great experience to listen to it, I definitely recommend everyone to check out this one out of the previous two albums they’ve created.”

World War Joy...Push My Luck - Single by The Chainsmokers | Spotify

1. Memories… Do Not Open (2017)

“This is an album where I love every song nearly as much as the other one. This is a rare thing. Normally when I listen to an album by an artist I become tired of their sound by the middle of their album as they tend to reproduce the same sound from one song to another. But with this album I just want to play it again once I get to the end. Actually this is the album continuous play is made for.”

The Chainsmokers - Memories...Do Not Open Lyrics and Tracklist | Genius