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Top Singles

1. “On Bended Knee” Boyz II Men

2. “Creep” TLC

3. “Another Night” Real McCoy

4. “Always” Bon Jovi

5. “Here Comes the Hotstepper (from ‘Ready to Wear)” Ini Kamoze

6. “I Wanna Be Down” Brandy

7. “Before I Let You Go” Blackstreet

8. “Take a Bow” Madonna

9. “Tootsee Roll” 69 Boyz

10. “Ill Make Love to You” Boyz II Men

Top Albums

1. “The Hits” Garth Brooks

2. “Vitalogy” Pearl Jam

3. “II” Boyz II Men

4. “Dookie” Green Day

5. “Hell Freezes Over” Eagles

6. “Smash” Offspring

7. “MTV Unplugged in New York” Nirvana

8. “Big Ones” Aerosmith

9. “Wildflowers” Tom Petty

10. “No Need to Argue” The Cranberries

Album Rock Tracks

1. “Better Man” Pearl Jam

2. “Dont Tell Me” Van Halen

3. “You Dont Know How It Feels” Tom Petty

4. “Interstate Love Song” Stone Temple Pilots

5. “About a Girl” Nirvana

6. “Bang and Blame” R.E.M.

7. “Blind Man” Aerosmith

8. “I Alone” Live

9. “When I Come Around” Green Day

10. “Self Esteem” Offspring

Top Country Singles

1. “Not a Moment Too Soon” Tim McGraw

2. “Goin Through the Big D” Mark Chesnutt

3. “Pickup Man” Joe Diffie

4. “Till You Love Me” Reba McEntire

5. “Gone Country” Alan Jackson

6. “Doctor Time” Rick Trevino

7. “This Is Me” Randy Travis

8. “Mi Vida Loca (My Crazy Life)” Pam Tillis

9. “Ill Never Forgive My Heart” Brooks & Dunn

10. “Take Me as I Am” Faith Hill

Top Country Albums

1. “The Hits” Garth Brooks

2. “Not a Moment Too Soon” Tim McGraw

3. “The Tractors” The Tractors

4. “Waitin on Sundown” Brooks & Dunn

5. “Who I Am” Alan Jackson

6. “You Might Be a Redneck If …”

Jeff Foxworthy

7. “Lead On” George Strait

8. “Stones in the Road” Mary Chapin Carpenter

9. “Third Rock from the Sun” Joe Diffie

10. “Read My Mind” Reba McEntire

Hot Adult Contemporary

1. “Ill Make Love to You” Boyz II Men

2. “Im the Only One” Melissa Etheridge

3. “All I Wanna Do” Sheryl Crow

4. “Always” Bon Jovi

5. “Secret” Madonna

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