The Best-Selling Albums On Our Top 30 Texas Albums List
Even people who didn't speak Spanish bought this album because it was so catchy. I remember hearing it in every Mexican restaurant I went to for most of the mid-to-late '90s.
Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Texas Flood (2 Million)
Estimates put this one at about 2 million units sold so far. Its tracks make it to the radio often enough that you can't go long on a classic-rock station without hearing "Pride and Joy" or "Texas Flood."
George Strait, Does Fort Worth Ever Cross Your Mind (1 Million)
Strait's 1984 album, featuring the title track, "The Fireman" and "The Cowboy Rides Away," was last certified by the RIAA as a platinum-seller.
UGK, Ridin' Dirty (close to 1 Million)
UGK's magnum opus inches higher and higher every passing year, as young rappers attempt to recreate the magic Bun B and Pimp C worked in 1996.