1998 albums

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Here are the albums of 1998. 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 1998.
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  1. 1998 Christmas albums

    1998 Christmas albums

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  2. 1998 compilation albums

    1998 compilation albums

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  3. 1998 EPs

    1998 EPs

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  4. 1998 live albums

    1998 live albums

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  5. 1998 remix albums

    1998 remix albums

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  6. 1998 soundtracks

    1998 soundtracks

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  7. 1998 video albums

    1998 video albums

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  8. 1998 classical albums

    1998 classical albums

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  9. 1998 debut albums

    1998 debut albums

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  1. 400 Degreez

    400 Degreez (1998)


    400 Degreez is the third studio album by New Orleans-based rapper Juvenile. The album was released on November 3, 1998, on Cash Money Records. The album received rave reviews and introduced Juvenile to mainstream hip hop listeners, selling over four million copies in the United States. It remains Juvenile's best-selling album of his solo career and the best-selling album ever released on Cash Money Records. The album was certified 4x Platinum by the RIAA, on December 19, 1999.

  2. Enter The Dru

    Enter The Dru (1998)


    Enter the Dru is the second studio album from American R&B group Dru Hill, released October 27, 1998 on Island Records. The album's name comes from Bruce Lee's film, Enter the Dragon. This is the first album that the group were credited as executive producers as all four members wrote and produced several of the songs. It released three singles "How Deep Is Your Love", "These Are the Times" and "You Are Everything". The singles all had music videos released, but the music video for "You Are Everything" was a remix video, which featured rapper Ja Rule, and Woody did not appear in it due to his exit from the group in early 1999. The remix version was featured on lead singer Sisqó's debut album, Unleash the Dragon. Recording sessions for the album took place at Larabee Studios in Los Angeles, California. The album peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 chart. On May 1999, It was certified double-platinum in sales by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), after sales exceeding 2,000,000 copies in the United States.

  3. It's Dark and Hell Is Hot

    It's Dark and Hell Is Hot (1998)


    It's Dark and Hell is Hot is the debut album of American rapper DMX, released May 19, 1998 on Ruff Ryders Entertainment and Def Jam Recordings. The album featured four singles with music videos, "Get at Me Dog", "Stop Being Greedy", "How's It Goin' Down" and the "Ruff Ryders Anthem". The album is widely considered a classic by numerous hip hop fans and critics.

  4. R

    R (1998)


    R. is the third studio album and the first double album by R&B singer R. Kelly. It was released in the United States on November 10, 1998 (see 1998 in music). This album was the first time Kelly allowed other record producers to produce or co-produce on his album, as opposed to producing the entire album himself, as well as his first time collaborating with various artists on his album. This is currently Kelly's biggest selling album to date, selling 8 million copies in the US according to RIAA and 12.4 million copies worldwide.

  5. Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood

    Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood (1998)


    Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood is the second studio album by American rapper DMX. The album was released on December 22, 1998, a little more than seven months after his debut album It's Dark and Hell Is Hot. It entered the charts at number one (and stayed there for 3 consecutive weeks) with 670,000 units shipped in the first week. The album eventually went 3x Platinum in the US. He is the second rapper to have two albums released in the same calendar year debut at number one on Billboard's Top 200, the first being 2Pac with All Eyez on Me (February 1996) and The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory (November 1996), although the latter album was released posthumously under the alias Makaveli making DMX the first to release two number one albums alive by the same name in under a year.

  6. Devil Without A Cause

    Devil Without A Cause (1998)


    Devil Without a Cause is Kid Rock's fourth album. Produced by Kid Rock with John Travis, it was released in 1998 by Atlantic Records. It is Kid Rock's last album to be categorized as "hip hop" before crossing over to more traditional rock music. AllMusic labeled the album as a "rap-rock masterpiece".

  7. Mama Drama

    Mama Drama (1998)


    Mama Drama is the third studio album released by American rapper Mia X, which was released on October 27, 1998, on No Limit Records, distributed by Priority/EMI Records, and featured production from Master P and Beats By the Pound. Many of the guests who appeared on the previous album returned for guest appearances on the album including Fat Joe and Charlie Wilson (singer)..

  8. Mp Da Last Don

    Mp Da Last Don (1998)


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  9. Behind the Front

    Behind the Front (1998)


    Behind the Front is the debut studio album by American hip hop group Black Eyed Peas, released on June 30, 1998.

  10. Traces Of My Lipstick

    Traces Of My Lipstick (1998)


    Traces of My Lipstick is the third and final studio album by American girl group Xscape released on May 12, 1998, under the So So Def label.

  11. The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill

    The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill (1998)


    The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill is the debut solo album by American recording artist Lauryn Hill, released on August 25, 1998, by Ruffhouse Records and Columbia Records. After touring with her former group Fugees, Hill became involved in a romantic relationship with Jamaican entrepreneur Rohan Marley, and shortly after, became pregnant with his child. This pregnancy, as well as other circumstances in her life, inspired Hill to make a solo album. Recording sessions for the album took place from late 1997 to June 1998 mainly at Tuff Gong Studios in Kingston, as Hill collaborated with a group of musicians known as New Ark in writing and producing the songs. Primarily a neo soul album, The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill incorporates musical styles from R&B, hip hop, soul, and reggae. Its lyrics touch upon Hill's pregnancy and the turmoil within the Fugees, along with themes of love and God. The album's title was inspired by the film and autobiographical novel The Education of Sonny Carson, and Carter G. Woodson's The Mis-Education of the Negro.

  12. *NSYNC

    *NSYNC (1999)


    NSYNC is the self-titled debut studio album by American boy band NSYNC. It was first released in Germany on May 26, 1997, before receiving a worldwide release in 1998.

  13. Mak Million

    Mak Million (1998)


    Mak Million is the debut album of Haystak, released on Street Flava Records.

  14. Embrya

    Embrya (1998)


    Embyra is the second studio album by American recording artist Maxwell, released on June 30, 1998, by Columbia Records. As on his 1996 debut album Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite, he collaborated with record producer and Sade collaborator Stuart Matthewman. A neo soul album, Embrya features heavy basslines, string arrangements, and an emphasis on groove over melodies. It has themes of love and spirituality.

  15. System Of A Down

    System Of A Down (1998)


    System of a Down is the debut album by Armenian American rock band System of a Down, released in 1998. The album was certified gold by the RIAA on February 2, 2000. Two years later, after the success of Toxicity, it was certified platinum.

  16. It Would Be You

    It Would Be You (1998)


    It Would Be You is an album by American country music singer Gary Allan. It was released on May 19, 1998 on the Decca Nashville label. This was Allan's second album and it produced three hit singles, "It Would Be You", "No Man in His Wrong Heart", and "I'll Take Today". The title track was a number 7 hit for him on the Hot Country Songs charts in 1998.

  17. Karma

    Karma (1999)


    "Karma" is the second and final single to be taken from the Black Eyed Peas debut studio album, Behind the Front. The lyrics in the bridge are taken from Blondie's "One Way or Another". The song features vocals from Einstein Brown. Kim Hill does not perform on the song, but is featured in the music video.

  18. One Step At A Time

    One Step At A Time (1998)


    One Step at a Time is the eighteenth studio album released on April 21, 1998 on MCA Nashville Records by American country music singer George Strait. The album produced the singles "I Just Want to Dance with You", "True", and "We Really Shouldn't Be Doing This", which respectively reached #1, #2, and #4 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts in 1998.

  19. Remixes

    Remixes (1998)


    Remixes is a compilation album of remixes, and third overall release, from Latin pop singer Enrique Iglesias. The album was released on May 5, 1998. The album contains a number of remixes of tracks from Iglesias' first two albums, Enrique Iglesias and Vivir. The album was the first of three compilation releases made available by Fonovisa before Iglesias signed a deal with Interscope records in 1999. The album contains the first release of the English-language version of "Sólo En Ti", titled "Only You", which was later re-released on the more commercial release Bailamos Greatest Hits, released in 1999.

  20. Room 112

    Room 112 (1998)


  21. Step One

    Step One (1998)


    Step One is the debut album by British pop group Steps. It was released in the UK and Europe on 11 September 1998. The album charted at number two on UK Albums Chart upon its release. In 2000, the album was re-released in the US, containing songs from both Step One and its successor, Steptacular. The tracks "5, 6, 7, 8", "Last Thing on My Mind", "One for Sorrow", "Heartbeat" and "Better Best Forgotten" were released as the singles in UK. In 2000, the album was certified 5× Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry for selling over 1.4 million copies in UK. It is also considered to be one of the biggest-selling albums in United Kingdom by a band/group.

  22. Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told

    Da Game Is To Be Sold, Not To Be Told (1998)


    Da Game Is to Be Sold, Not to Be Told is the third studio album by American rapper Snoop Dogg; it was released, by No Limit Records on August 4, 1998 in the United States. It is his first album following his departure from Death Row Records. It was also his first album to be released under a slight change to his stage name "Snoop Dogg" for contractual reasons.

  23. Still In The Game

    Still In The Game (1998)


    Still in the Game is Keith Sweat's sixth studio album. The title of the album refers to him being in the music business for over a decade. "Come and Get with Me" peaked at #12 in the U.S.. "I'm Not Ready", released a year later, peaked at #16.

  24. Keep the Faith

    Keep the Faith (1998)


    Keep the Faith is the second album by American singer Faith Evans. It was released on Bad Boy Records and peaked at number 6 on the U.S. Billboard 200. The album has been certified Platinum by the RIAA.

  25. Wide Open Spaces

    Wide Open Spaces (1998)


    Wide Open Spaces is the fourth studio album and the major label debut of American country music band, the Dixie Chicks. It was their first record with new lead vocalist Natalie Maines, and became their breakthrough commercial success. It received diamond status by the RIAA on February 20, 2003 in the United States, having shipped 14 million units worldwide, while spending more than six years in the Australian ARIA music charts Country Top 20. The album has sold 8,841,000 copies in the United States as of October 2013.

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