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Still the Boss

March 12, 1995

Guess who's back--and apparently bigger than ever? That's right, Bruce Springsteen is back with a greatest hits collection which includes four new songs, easily claiming the No. 1 position on both The Times' Southern California pop album chart and the national chart.

TOP 10 ALBUMS

Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week 1 Greatest Hits, Bruce Springsteen (1) -- 2 Safe + Sound, DJ Quik (16) 1 3 Tuesday Night. . ., Sheryl Crow (4) 7 4 II, Boyz II Men (2) 3 5 Dookie, Green Day (5) 2 6 Crazysexycool, TLC (7) 5 7 Throwing Copper, Live (9) 4 8 Hell Freezes Over, Eagles (8) 5 9 No Need to Argue, Cranberries (11) 10 10 My Life, Mary J. Blige (12) 13

TOP 10 SINGLES

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Candy Rain, Soul Four Real (1) 3 2 Take a Bow, Madonna (6) 1 3 Baby, Brandy (2) 2 4 Big Poppa, Notorious B.I.G. (3) 6 5 . . .You're Lonely Now, K-CI Hailey (11) 5 6 Red Light Special, TLC. (4) -- 7 This Is How, Montell Jordan (12) 11 8 Creep, TLC (5) 4 9 Funky/Dream, Stevie B (63) 10 10 Foe the Love Of $, Bone Thugs (21) 9

TOP 10 RAP ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Safe + Sound, DJ Quik (1) 1 2 Coast II Coast, the Alkaholiks (5) -- 3 Ready To Die, Notorious B.I.G. (4) 3 4 Cocktales, Too Short (2) 2 5 Nineteen Ninety Quad, 69 Boyz (7) 5 6 Creepin' On, Bone Thugs (3) 4 7 Bootlegs & B-Sides, Ice Cube (9) 6 8 Do You Want More?!, Roots (17) 7 9 The Diary, Scarface (6) 8 10 Explicit Game, Dru Down (42) 9

Source: SoundScan Inc., for week of Mar. 5

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