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Pop Lp Chart

November 27, 1987|DENNIS HUNT | Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

George Michael's "Faith" could be the next No. 1 album. It shot up to No. 8 in just three weeks and seems to have enough strength to muscle its way to the top. George Harrison is proving that at least one Beatle can still record hits. His "Cloud Nine" is headed for heaven--the Top 10, that is. It has powered its way to No. 18 in just three weeks. Whitney Houston's "Whitney" has just passed the 5-million-units-sold milestone. Pop singles: Belinda Carlisle's "Heaven Is a Place on Earth" is now the top single; fast-rising "Seasons Change" (No. 39) could be another Top-10 hit for Expose.

* Dokken's new album of old-fashioned, bone-rattling metal, "Back for the Attack," debuted at No. 23 on the pop chart. Singer Don Dokken and Co., heavy-metal veterans who have been missing the gravy train with each album, may have finally boarded it.

TITLE RANK RANK WEEKS LAST 2 WKS ON WEEK AGO CHART 1. Dirty Dancing 1 1 12 Sound track (RCA) 2. Bad 2 3 11 Michael Jackson (Epic) 3. Whitesnake 4 4 34 Whitesnake (Geffen) 4. A Momentary Lapse of Reason 5 5 11 Pink Floyd (Columbia) 5. Tunnel of Love 3 2 7 Bruce Springsteen (Columbia) * Back for the Attack ... ... 1 Dokken (Elektra)

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