The Billboard 200 is a revolving door for album rankings, which rise and fall with the wind. Metallica's self-titled release, famously known as the Black Album, has now been on the chart for over 550 weeks, which is over 10 and a half years. According to Forbes' report from Dec. 9, the album was at No. 183, but it rose to No. 174 as of the week of Dec. 14, making a total of 551 nonconsecutive weeks on the chart.