The Beatles' Love Songs would be their best-selling album (by RIAA certifications) without a CD release. Here are their top-certified albums without a CD release: 3,000,000 = Love Songs 2,000,000 = 20 Greatest Hits 1,000,000 = Introducing the Beatles 1,000,000 = Rock 'n' Roll Music 1,000,000 = Rock 'n' Roll Music, Volume 1 1,000,000 = Rock 'n' Roll Music, Volume 2 500,000 = Reel Music 500,000 = Rarities Worth mentioning is The Beatles' Story, which was certified Gold (500,000). It was released on CD as part of the U.S. Albums box set, but unlike the other albums in that set, did not have an individual release on CD. As already mentioned, The Beatles at the Hollywood Bowl was certified Platinum (1,000,000), and was never released on CD under that title. It was re-released as Live at the Hollywood Bowl to coincide with the Eight Days a Week documentary. The UK-only album The Beatles Ballads was certified Gold by the BPI (100,000 copies) without ever seeing a CD release, and the UK version of Rarities was certified Silver by the BPI (60,000 copies).