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POP MUSIC CHARTS

Not Bad for a Cub

July 10, 1994

"The Lion King" roared to the top of both The Times' Southern California pop album chart and the national chart, spurred by the king-sized box-office figures. The album also got a hefty boost from the success of the single, Elton John's "Can You Feel the Love Tonight"--which is No. 8 on both the local and national pop singles chart. Stone Temple Pilots' "Purple" album, which slipped to No. 2 on the national and Southern California pop album charts, still tops the hard-rock chart.

TOP 10 ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 The Lion King, soundtrack (1) 2 2 Purple, Stone Temple Pilots (2) 3 3 Regulate ... G-Funk Era, Warren G (4) 1 4 The Sign, Ace of Base (3) 4 5 Smash, Offspring (36) 5 6 August and ... After, Counting Crows (6) 6 7 Superunknown, Soundgarden (10) 8 8 Seal, Seal (26) 9 9 Funkdafied, Da Brat (14) -- 10 Chant, Benedictine Monks (19) 9

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TOP 10 SINGLES

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 I Swear, All-4-One (2) 1 2 Fantastic Voyage, Coolio (3) 4 3 Funkdafied, Da Brat (5) 3 4 Regulate, Warren G. and Nate Dogg (1) 2 5 Stay, Lisa Loeb and Nine Stories (4) 5 6 Back & Forth, Aaliyah (6) 6 7 Any Time, Any Place, Janet Jackson (7) 7 8 Can You Feel the Love..., Elton John (8) 8 9 Back in the Day, Ahmad (18) 10 10 Your Body's Callin', R. Kelly (12) 9

TOP 10 HARD ROCK ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Purple, Stone Temple Pilots (1) 1 2 Smash, Offspring (10) 2 3 Superunknown, Soundgarden (2) 4 4 The Crow, soundtrack (3) 3 5 Ill Communication, Beastie Boys (4) 5 6 Dookie, Green Day (9) 6 7 Candlebox, Candlebox (5) 7 8 Siamese Dream, Smashing Pumpkins (6) 8 9 Walk On, Boston (7) 9 10 Get a Grip, Aerosmith (8) --

Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ending July 3

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