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Valley Pop Music Charts

July 15, 1994

The exclusive Valley music charts are compiled for The Times from information supplied by SoundScan Inc., the music industry's leading sales-reporting service. The rankings are based on actual sales in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys, and in Glendale.

TOP 20 ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Lion King, soundtrack (1) 1 2 Purple, Stone Temple Pilots (2) 2 3 Sign, Ace of Base (3) 3 4 G-Funk Era, Warren G. (4) 4 5 August and Everything After, Counting Crows (6) 7 6 Smash, Offspring (32) 6 7 Seal (94), Seal (24) 5 8 Chant, Benedictine Monks ... (12) 9 9 Forrest Gump, soundtrack (34) - 10 All-4-One, All-4-One (8) 11 11 Superunknown, Soundgarden (9) 8 12 Toni Braxton, Toni Braxton (19) 13 13 Ill Communication, Beastie Boys (18) 15 14 Candlebox, Candlebox (13) - 15 Live at the Acropolis, Yanni (26) 10 16 Same As It Ever Was, House of Pain (20) 14 17 Age Ain't Nothing but a Number, Aaliyah (21) 19 18 Dookie, Green Day (27) - 19 Crow, soundtrack (16) 12 20 Janet, Janet Jackson (44) -

TOP 20 SINGLES

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 I Swear, All-4-One (2) 1 2 Fantastic Voyage, Coolio (3) 2 3 Stay, Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (4) 5 4 Funkdafied, Da Brat (5) 4 5 Regulate, Warren G. & Nate Dogg (1) 3 6 Can You Feel the Love ..., Elton John (7) 7 6 Back & Forth, Aaliyah (6) 6 8 Any Time, Any Place, Janet Jackson (8) 8 9 Don't Turn Around, Ace of Base (10) 9 10 I Miss You, Aaron Hall (11) 13 11 Back in the Day, Ahmad (16) 12 12 Wild Nights, John Mellencamp (13) - 13 Your Love Is So Divine, Miranda (168) 14 14 If You Go, Jon Secada (15) 14 15 Your Body's Callin', R. Kelly (12) 10 16 I'll Remember, Madonna (22) 11 17 Always, Erasure (42) 17 18 Place Where You Belong, Shai (32) 18 19 You Mean the World to Me, Toni Braxton (20) 16 20 Bizarre Love Triangle, Frente! (91) 18

Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ending July 10

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