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September 22, 1996

New Edition's "Home Again," featuring Bobby Brown and his reunited boyhood pals, leads the way as four albums make their debuts on The Times Southern California chart above last week's pacesetter, Pearl Jam's "No Code." Other big sellers during their first week in stores: R.E.M.'s "New Adventures in Hi-Fi," Blackstreet's "Another Level" and Rush's "Test for Echo."

TOP 10 ALBUMS *--*

Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week 1 Home Again, New Edition (1) ... 2 New Adventures in Hi-Fi, R.E.M. (2) ... 3 Another Level, Blackstreet (3) ... 4 Test for Echo, Rush (5) ... 5 No Code, Pearl Jam (7) 1 6 Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette (6) 2 7 All Eyez on Me, 2Pac (18) ... 8 Sublime, Sublime (50) 5 9 Tragic Kingdom, No Doubt (10) 4 10 Falling Into You, Celine Dion (4) 6

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TOP 10 SINGLES *--*

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Bow Down, Westside Connection (25) ... 2 Macarena (Bayside Boys Mix), Los Del Rio (1) 1 3 Twisted, Keith Sweat (2) 2 4 Only You, 112 (9) 3 5 How Do U Want It, 2Pac (6) 7 6 Loungin', LL Cool J (4) 4 7 Hit Me Off, New Edition (8) 5 8 I Love You Always Forever, Donna Lewis (7) 6 9 What's Love Got to Do With It, Warren G (21) ... 10 Macarena, Los Del Rio (13) 8

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TOP 10 RAP ALBUMS *--*

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 All Eyez on Me, 2Pac (5) 9 2 ATLiens, OutKast (1) 1 3 The Score, Fugees (4) 2 4 E. 1999 Eternal, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony (2) 3 5 Beats Rhymes & Life, A Tribe Called Quest (9) 4 6 It Was Written, Nas (6) 5 7 Can You Feel Me, Dru Down (12) 7 8 Unreleased & Revamped, Cypress Hill (11) 6 9 Jock Jams Vol. 2, various artists (3) 8 10 Gettin' It (Album Number Ten), Too Short (17) 10

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Source: SoundScan, for week ending Sept. 15

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