Most cumulative weeks on US albums chart (one album)
Pink Floyd
937 week(s)
United States ()

Pink Floyd's (UK) 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon had spent 937 weeks (18 years and a week) on the Billboard 200 albums chart as of 24 March 2018. The album made its debut at No.95 on 17 March 1973, with its most recent chart week on 13 January 2018.

As of 24 March 2018, Bob Marley & The Wailers' Legend compilation (513 weeks) and Journey's Greatest Hits collection (503 weeks) were a distant second and third to The Dark Side of the Moon, but both added to their tallies on the latest chart.

Pink Floyd's eighth studio album, recorded at London's Abbey Road Studios, spent a solitary week at No.1 (28 April 1973) and, according to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), has been certified for shipments of 15 million copies in the USA. The album has sold an estimated 45 million copies worldwide.

Total excludes weeks spent on Billboard's Catalog Albums chart (1,201 weeks as of 13 January 2018). Catalogue albums were barred from the Billboard 200 chart between May 1991 and December 2009.