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'Miss' Hits the Mark

Pop Music Charts

August 29, 1998

Aerosmith, featuring singer Steven Tyler, has the top-selling single in Southern California, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," which is the centerpiece of the blockbuster hit "Armageddon" soundtrack.

TOP 10 ALBUMS

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Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week 1 Follow the Leader, Korn (1) -- 2 Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told, Snoop Dogg (3) 1 3 Hello Nasty, Beastie Boys (2) 2 4 'N Sync, 'N Sync (5) 6 5 How Stella Got Her Groove Back, soundtrack (8) 5 6 Armageddon, soundtrack (4) 3 7 Dirty Boogie, Brian Setzer Orchestra (14) 4 8 Dr. Dolittle, soundtrack (7) 8 9 Stunt, Barenaked Ladies (6) 14 10 City of Angels, soundtrack (10) 9

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TOP 10 SINGLES

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Title, Artist (Nat'l Rank) Last Week 1 I Don't Want to Miss a Thing, Aerosmith (1) -- 2 Daydreamin', Tatyana Ali (5) 1 3 First Night, Monica (2) 2 4 Time After Time, INOJ (16) 7 5 Touch It, Monifah (33) 8 6 My Way, Usher (3) 4 7 So Into You, Tamia (23) 3 8 Crush, Jennifer Paige (4) 9 9 Nobody Does It Better, Nate Dogg (19) 5 10 Still a G Thang, Snoop Dogg (20) --

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Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ended Aug. 23

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