Not in any order, here are my Top 10.
Boston - Boston - This was an awesome rock band in the 70's. They made a great comeback in 1986 with the long-awaited third album, called Third Stage, but the first was the best.
Jimmy Buffett - Feeding Frenzy Jimmy has done more live albums than anyone I know, but this was a favorite because it incorporates the elements of a greatest hits project, but includes the song In the City, and his solution for world peace through Victoria's Secret Catalogs!
Casting Crowns - Casting Crowns, probably my favorite Christian band of all time, I got to hear them about a month before this, their first CD, was released and I knew it would sell itself. I started playing it in my store and people would ask who it is, they'd buy a copy and come back a day later to buy five more copies to give to friends.
Debbie Gibson - Out of the Blue - Deb is probably my all time favorite female pop singer and this was the album that started it all for her back in 1986.
Newsboys - Shine, The Hits It's hard not to have a few Greatest Hits CDs on the list because well, they tend to have all the best. This one also includes a mega-mix of a bunch of their hits on one track.
Third Day - Offerings - A Worship Album Atlanta's OTHER great Christian band. This CD has a great worship vibe and four of my favorite tracks, Love Song, Praise Song, Thief, and Consuming Fire.
Von RA - Panes This is an awesome independent band from Orlando. I got to know them well as a photographer back in the late 90's. They signed to Electra and had one album that did not catch on, but this Indy disc was great for acoustic driven rock with a MAtchbox 20/Creed feel.
Amy Grant - The Collection Having all the earlier stuff, this is a great CD, especially with songs like El Shaddai, and Thy Word, inspired youth instead of pop candy.
Steven Curtis Chapman - Declaration This was the first SCC disc I really got into and it had som many great songs related to the missionarys lost in Ecuador in the 1950's, great stories of sacrifice and forgiveness.
Garth Brooks - Double Live At one point I hated Garth for being a greedy and arrogant jerk wanting a cut on the money exchanged selling used CDs. The music is great though and his policy of touring with ALL seats being $20 won me back.