The 12-CD and 15-LP sets, out Nov. 2, include all seven of the band's studio albums, three live albums & a compilation of singles and B-sides.
Last month, the Eagles' 1976-released greatest-hits album was certified 38-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America -- pushing the project past Michael Jackson's Thriller as the RIAA's best-selling album of all time. But for any fans looking to discover the band beyond the 10 tracks of Their Greatest Hits (1971-1975), a newly announced pair of career-spanning sets will do the trick.
On Wednesday (Sept. 26), the Eagles announced two new Legacy box sets. The first is a 12-CD set that includes all seven of the group's studio albums -- from 1972's self-titled debut to their most recent two-disc project Long Road Out of Eden -- three live albums, and a collection of singles and B-sides. It also includes their Hell Freezes Over and Farewell Melbourne concert videos on DVD and Blu-ray, respectively.