Synonyms for Album:

n.

memento, address book, portfolio, baby book, datebook, appointment book, blotter, audio book. liner notes, long-playing record, concept album, 45, flip side, discography, cassette, disk, bootleg. album (noun)
record album.
blank book for collecting; holder (noun)
memento, portfolio, notebook, registry, scrapbook, collection, index, register.
book (noun)
lexicon, notebook.
chronicle (noun)
description, biography, register, chronology, recital, calendar, daybook, index, epic, newspaper, newsletter, catalog, Bank book, statement, notebook, log, diary, record, journal, memo, ledger, docket, history, autobiography, narrative, enumeration, chronicle, inventory, book, yearbook, scrapbook, memorandum, anecdote, Cashbook, archive, account.
communication (noun)
record album.
list (noun)
annual, treasury, dictionary, manifest, collection, waybill, Storybook, registry, total, check, menu, documentation, lexicon, schedule, recount, budget, tabulate, list, novel, logbook, roster, table, itemization, roll, count, digest, scroll, workbook, invoice, cash book, detail, sum, thesaurus, annals, tally, file, score, recording, store, blank-book, bill, tablet, repertory, census, pad, summary.
record (noun)
recording.

Other synonyms:

cassette, datebook, concept album, baby book, flip side, liner notes, appointment book, long-playing record, audio book, discography. disk, blotter, address book. bootleg. Other relevant words:
address book, datebook, disk, portfolio, discography, record album, cassette, memento, blotter.

Usage examples for album

  1. Aside from a few shots that were interesting because of their violence, there was nothing in the album – The Prophetic Camera by John McGreevey
  2. A beautifully bound morocco album contained the names of the subscribers. – Speeches and Addresses of H. R. H. the Prince of Wales: 1863-1888 by Edward VII
  3. You jumped up, I said, as though you were shot, and ran to the book- case over there and got down that album of finger- prints, and found that Swain's were missing. – The Gloved Hand by Burton E. Stevenson