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Valley Pop Music Charts

July 29, 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 Forrest Gump, soundtrack (3) 3 3 Voodoo Lounge, Rolling Stones (6) 2 4 Purple, Stone Temple Pilots (4) 5 5 Sign, Ace of Base (2) 4 6 August and Everything After, Counting Crows (7) 6 7 It Takes a Thief, Coolio (8) - 8 We Come Strapped, M.C. Eiht (5) - 9 Superunknown, Soundgarden (10) 7 10 Smash, Offspring (16) 9 11 ... Strange Medicine, Steve Perry (15) - 12 G-Funk Era, Warren G. (9) 11 13 Chant, Benedictine Monks ... (17) 8 14 Seal (94), Seal (27) 10 14 Candlebox, Candlebox (13) 12 16 All-4-One, All-4-One (12) 13 17 Toni Braxton, Toni Braxton (25) 14 18 Three Tenors ..., Carreras/Domingo/Pavarotti (97) - 19 Reality Bites, soundtrack (18) 20 20 Dookie, Green Day (20) 15

TOP 20 SINGLES

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 I Swear, All-4-One (2) 1 2 Fantastic Voyage, Coolio (1) 3 3 Stay, Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (3) 2 4 Funkdafied, Da Brat (5) 4 5 Regulate, Warren G. & Nate Dogg (4) 5 6 Can You Feel the Love ..., Elton John (8) 6 7 This D.J., Warren G. (16) 18 8 Place Where You Belong, Shai (26) 12 9 Don't Turn Around, Ace of Base (11) 8 10 100% Pure Love, Crystal Waters (35) 13 11 I Miss You, Aaron Hall (13) 15 12 Bop Gun, Ice Cube (48) - 13 Your Love Is So Divine, Miranda (139) 14 14 When Can I See You, Babyface (21) - 15 Any Time, Any Place, Janet Jackson (9) 10 16 Back & Forth, Aaliyah (6) 7 17 Back in the Day, Ahmad (15) 11 18 Crazy, Aerosmith (24) - 19 Always, Erasure (40) 20 20 Wild Night, John Mellencamp (7) 9

Source: Copyright SoundScan Inc., for week ending July 24

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