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POP ALBUM CHART : Another Week on Top for 'Mariah'

May 03, 1991|DENNIS HUNT

Mariah Carey's debut album, which has sold more than 4 million copies, continues its stranglehold on the No. 1 spot of the Billboard magazine chart--its 11th week on top. Her single, "I Don't Wanna Cry," is No. 8 and rising on the pop singles chart, probably assuring her album a few more weeks on top. The Divinyls' "Divinyls" jumped from No. 21 to No. 15 and is a good bet to make the Top 10. The group's hit single, "I Touch Myself," is propelling the album. Rod Stewart's "Vagabond Heart" inched up a notch to No. 10. The new No. 1 pop single is Roxette's "Joyride."

* This shapes up as one of the summer's biggest albums. Most critics bash Bolton, but his fans--particularly women--are fanatically devoted to him. "Time, Love and Tenderness" debuted at No. 38 and should bolt into the Top 20 next week.

Rank Rank 2 Weeks Title (Label) Last Week Weeks Ago on Chart 1."Mariah Carey" 1 1 46 Mariah Carey (Columbia) 2."Gonna Make You Sweat" 2 2 18 C&C Music Factory (Columbia) 3."Out of Time" 3 4 7 R.E.M. (Warner Bros.) 4."Wilson Phillips" 4 3 57 Wilson Phillips (SBK) 5."Shake Your Money Maker" 5 5 60 The Black Crowes (Def American) *"Time, Love and Tenderness" ... ... 1 Michael Bolton (Columbia)

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