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Invincible Vince

July 03, 1994

Singer Vince Gill holds onto the top spot of The Times' Southern California country chart, beating out a strong field with his "When Love Finds You" album. Look for it to be one of the summer's biggest country hits. All-4-One's ballad "I Swear," the pop singles chart leader for the past two months, may have already clinched pop's single-of-the-year title. "The Lion King" soundtrack is No. 2, but with the film drawing huge crowds, soundtrack sales should climb enough this week for it to be crowned king of the pop chart.

TOP 10 ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Regulate. . .G-Funk Era, Warren G. (4) 1 2 The Lion King, soundtrack (2) 4 3 Purple, Stone Temple Pilots (1) 2 4 The Sign, Ace of Base (3) 3 5 Smash, Offspring (46) 8 6 August and. . .After, Counting Crows (6) 5 7 The Crow, soundtrack (8) 7 8 Superunknown, Soundgarden (11) 10 9 Seal, Seal (28) 11 10 Chant, Benedictine Monks (15) 6

TOP 10 SINGLES

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 I Swear, All-4-One (1) 1 2 Regulate, Warren G. and Nate Dogg (2) 2 3 Funkdafied, Da Brat (5) 5 4 Fantastic Voyage, Coolio (3) 3 5 Stay, Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories (6) 9 6 Back & Forth, Aaliyah (4) 4 7 Any Time, Any Place, Janet Jackson (8) 6 8 Can You Feel the Love. . ., Elton John (9) 12 9 Your Body's Callin', R. Kelly (11) 10 10 Back in the Day, Ahmad (27) 7

TOP 10 COUNTRY ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 When Love Finds You, Vince Gill (2) 1 2 Not a Moment Too Soon, Tim McGraw (1) 2 3 Read My Mind, Reba McEntire (3) 3 4 Maverick, soundtrack (5) 4 5 Kickin' It Up, John M. Montgomery (4) 5 6 In Pieces, Garth Brooks (8) 6 7 Rhythm Country and Blues, Various (9) 7 8 Ten Feet Tall and. . ., Travis Tritt (6) .. 9 Come On. . ., Mary-Chapin Carpenter (13) .. 10 American Recordings, Johnny Cash (39) 9

Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ending June 26

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