1994 albums

Posted Oct 25, 2009
Here are the albums of 1994. The good, the bad, the rock, the roll, the classical and the heavy. It's all about the music and the albums, and it's all about what was around in 1994.
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  1. 1994 Christmas albums

    1994 Christmas albums

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  2. 1994 compilation albums

    1994 compilation albums

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  3. 1994 EPs

    1994 EPs

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  4. 1994 live albums

    1994 live albums

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  5. 1994 remix albums

    1994 remix albums

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  6. 1994 soundtracks

    1994 soundtracks

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  7. 1994 video albums

    1994 video albums

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  8. 1994 classical albums

    1994 classical albums

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  9. 1994 debut albums

    1994 debut albums

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  1. Circus

    Circus (1994)


    Circus (stylized CiRcuS) is the second studio album released by Filipino alternative rock group Eraserheads in 1994. Hits from Circus are "Alapaap", "Sembreak", "Kailan" (originally a musical number from the play Manhid by Auraeus Solito), "Magasin", and "With a Smile". It is also the last album of the band to come in vinyl record format.

  2. Bubba Hyde

    Bubba Hyde (1994)


    "Bubba Hyde" is a single by American country music group Diamond Rio. Released in 1995, it was the third single from the album Love a Little Stronger. The song reached #16 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart.

  3. Not A Moment Too Soon

    Not A Moment Too Soon (1994)


    Not a Moment Too Soon is the second album by American country music singer Tim McGraw. It was released on March 22, 1994. Written by country song writer Wayne Perry, it reached No. 1 on Billboard's Top 200 chart and No. 1 on Billboard Country chart and stayed for 26 consecutive weeks. It was Billboard's best selling album of 1994. For all genres of that year, it was in the top five. The Academy of Country Music named it Album of the Year in 1994.

  4. Illmatic

    Illmatic (1994)


    Illmatic is the debut studio album by American rapper Nas, released on April 19, 1994, by Columbia Records. After signing with the label with the help of MC Serch, Nas recorded the album in 1992–1993 at Chung King Studios, D&D Recording, Battery Studios, and Unique Recording Studios in New York City. Its production was handled by Nas, Large Professor, Pete Rock, Q-Tip, L.E.S., and DJ Premier. Styled as a hardcore hip hop album, Illmatic features multi-syllabic internal rhymes and inner-city narratives based on Nas's experiences in Queensbridge, New York.

  5. CrazySexyCool

    CrazySexyCool (1994)


    CrazySexyCool is the second studio album by American girl group TLC, first released by LaFace Records on November 15, 1994. Following the group's record deal, they released their debut album Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip (1992) which was met with positive reviews and commercial success. The following year, the group began working on the follow up album; however, the production was unproductive due to personal struggles - notably those of band member Lisa Lopes, who was in an temperamental relationship and was suffering with alcoholism. The album's recording lasted until September 1994, with Lopes being forced to have less input due to being in rehab.

  6. Ii

    Ii (1994)


    II is the second studio album by American R&B quartet Boyz II Men, released on August 30, 1994 on Motown Records. It contained the No. 1 singles "I'll Make Love To You" and "On Bended Knee", the latter of which replaced the former at the top of the Billboard Hot 100, making the group the third artist to replace themselves at No. 1 in the United States after Elvis Presley and The Beatles and the first to achieve the feat in 30 years.

  7. When Love Finds You

    When Love Finds You (1994)


    When Love Finds You is the seventh studio album from American country music artist Vince Gill. It was released in 1994 on MCA Nashville. It features the singles "Whenever You Come Around," "What the Cowgirls Do," "When Love Finds You," "Which Bridge to Cross (Which Bridge to Burn)," "You Better Think Twice" and "Go Rest High on That Mountain."

  8. Rivermaya

    Rivermaya (1994)


    Rivermaya is the debut album of the Filipino rock band, Rivermaya. Containing 11 tracks, it was released in 1994 on BMG Records (Pilipinas) Inc. (now Sony Music Philippines, Inc.).

  9. Blackstreet

    Blackstreet (1994)


    Blackstreet is the self-titled debut studio album from American R&B group Blackstreet, released in 1994 on Interscope Records. The group was formed by Riley with Chauncey Hannibal after the dissolution of Teddy Riley's former group Guy. The other members of Blackstreet - Joseph Stonestreet and Levi Little - were session singers alongside Hannibal on Bobby Brown's third album Bobby, an album that was mostly produced by Riley. They recorded one song for the soundtrack of the Chris Rock film CB4 called "Baby Be Mine". Before they could record an album, Stonestreet left the group and was replaced by former Force One Network singer Dave Hollister. When they re-recorded "Baby Be Mine" for their self-titled debut, Hollister's vocals were added on the album version of the song.

  10. Read My Mind

    Read My Mind (1994)


    Read My Mind is the twentieth album and eighteenth studio album by Reba McEntire, released in April 1994. It was preceded by the first single, "Why Haven't I Heard From You" which peaked at No. 5 on the country chart. The album's second single, "She Thinks His Name Was John", was the first country song to address the topic of AIDS. Due to the subject matter, some radio stations shied away from putting it into heavy rotation. The third single, "Till You Love Me" became McEntire's first song to chart on the Billboard Hot 100. "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter" the album's fourth single, topped the country singles chart. The album peaked at No. 2 on both the country album chart and the Billboard 200 and is certified 3 times platinum by the RIAA. The album was released at perhaps the peak of McEntire's pop culture affectiveness, with a release of this album (described on an MCA Records billboard as "Another MCA Masterpiece..."), an autobiography, and NBC Television special later in the year.

  11. If I Could Make A Living

    If I Could Make A Living (1994)


    If I Could Make a Living is the title of American country music singer Clay Walker's second album, released in 1994 on Giant Records. Like his self-titled debut album, this album was certified platinum by the RIAA. It produced the singles "If I Could Make a Living", "This Woman and This Man", and "My Heart Will Never Know", which respectively reached #1, #1, and #16 on the Hot Country Songs charts.

  12. Face The Music

    Face The Music (1994)


    Face the Music is the fourth studio album by New Kids on the Block, released on January 25, 1994. The album debuted at number 37 on the Billboard 200 in the United States, with first-week sales of 27,000 copies. According to Nielsen SoundScan, the album had sold 138,000 copies in the U.S. as of 2008.

  13. Listen Without Prejudice

    Listen Without Prejudice (2014)


    Listen Without Prejudice is the debut international studio album and sixth studio album in overall of Filipino singer-actress Regine Velasquez. It was released on 1994 through Mercury Records, making her the second Filipino artist to be signed on an international record label (the first being Lea Salonga though Atlantic Records in 1993).

  14. Passion Play

    Passion Play (1994)


    Passion Play is the tenth album by Teena Marie, released in 1994. Marie had parted company with Epic Records following disappointing sales of her 1990 album Ivory, and Passion Play was released on her own independent label, Sarai. Without the backing of a major label, the album received only limited distribution, sold modestly and failed to chart, despite being highly regarded by Marie's hardcore fans. The CD has long been out of print and is one of the most sought-after items in Marie's catalogue.

  15. In My Wildest Dreams

    In My Wildest Dreams (1994)


    In My Wildest Dreams is the debut album of American country music artist Kenny Chesney, released in 1994 on Capricorn Records. The title track had been recorded by Aaron Tippin on his 1991 debut album You've Got to Stand for Something, while "I Want My Rib Back" had been recorded by Keith Whitley on his album Kentucky Bluebird.

  16. Who I Am

    Who I Am (1994)


    Who I Am is the fifth studio album by American country music artist Alan Jackson. The album was released on June 28, 1994 via Arista Records. It features the Number One singles "Summertime Blues", "Gone Country", "Livin' on Love", and "I Don't Even Know Your Name", and the #6-peaking "Song for the Life".

  17. Resurrection

    Resurrection (1994)


    Resurrection is the second studio album by Chicago rapper Twista, who had released his first album under the name Tung Twista. Along with the name and label change, the rapper slowed his flow slightly and deepened his voice; he also took to darker, rougher production, provided by his then-DJ, DJ-I.C. Dre. Though the album was released only in Chicago--possibly due to marketing conflicts with fellow Chicago rapper Common's own successful and similarly titled sophomore effort Resurrection, released exactly 2 weeks prior—it served as a template for Twista's seminal Adrenaline Rush, released three years later. This album is somewhat famous for the song "Suicide", which takes shot at group Naughty by Nature (It was a response for the group, after they stated that Twista's fast rap style was all show and a gimmick).

  18. Changing Faces

    Changing Faces (1994)


    Changing Faces is the self-titled debut studio album from American R&B duo Changing Faces, released in 1994 on Atlantic Records.

  19. Usher

    Usher (1994)


    Usher is the eponymous debut studio album by American R&B artist Usher. It was released on August 30, 1994, by LaFace Records. The album debuted at number 167 on the US Billboard 200 and reached at number 25 on the R&B Albums chart.

  20. Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof

    Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof (1994)


    Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof is the American artist Travis Tritt's fourth album, released on Warner Bros. Records in 1994. The tracks "Ten Feet Tall and Bulletproof", "Between an Old Memory and Me", "Foolish Pride", and "Tell Me I Was Dreaming" were released as singles, all charting in the Top 40 on the country charts. "Between an Old Memory and Me" was previously recorded by Keith Whitley on his 1989 album I Wonder Do You Think of Me.

  21. I Know Who Holds Tomorrow

    I Know Who Holds Tomorrow (2010)


    I Know Who Holds Tomorrow is an album by American violinist/singer Alison Krauss and the Cox Family, released in 1994.

  22. Wildflowers

    Wildflowers (1994)


    Wildflowers is the second solo album by American musician Tom Petty, released on November 1, 1994. The album was the first released by Petty after signing a contract with Warner Bros. Records (where he had recorded as part of the Traveling Wilburys) and the first of three albums produced by Rick Rubin.

  23. Get Up On It

    Get Up On It (1994)


    Get Up On It is the fourth studio album by American R&B recording artist Keith Sweat. Released on June 28, 1994, it went to #1 on the R&B Albums chart for two weeks and #8 on the Billboard 200 chart.

  24. Ringmaster

    Ringmaster (1994)


    Ringmaster is the second studio album by American hip hop group Insane Clown Posse, released on March 8, 1994, by Psychopathic Records. Recording sessions for the album took place in 1993 at The Tempermill Studio. The album is the second Joker's Card in the group's Dark Carnival mythology. The album's lyrics describe the leader of the Carnival, who serves as one of the judges of one’s soul in the afterlife, as being created from the listener’s own evils. It is the group's 3rd overall release.

  25. Peep This

    Peep This (1994)


    Peep This is the debut studio album by American singer and actor Jamie Foxx, then of In Living Color fame. It was released by Fox Records in 1994. The album peaked at #78 on the Billboard 200. Eleven years later, Foxx came out with the release of his chart-topping second album Unpredictable (2005).

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