List of Top 25 albums for 1994 in Australia

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These are the Top 25 albums of 1994 in Australia from the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) End of Year Albums Chart.[1][2]

# Title Artist Highest pos. reached weeks at No. 1
1. Music Box Mariah Carey 1 18[nb 1]
2. So Far So Good Bryan Adams 1 12[nb 2]
3. Cross Road: Greatest Hits Bon Jovi 1 2[nb 3]
4. Priscilla, Queen of the Desert Soundtrack 1 4[6]
5. The Very Best of the Eagles The Eagles 2
6. The Lion King Soundtrack 3
7. MTV Unplugged in New York Nirvana 1 3[nb 4]
8. Wired World of Sports II The Twelfth Man 1 3[8]
9. ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits ABBA 1 4[nb 5]
10. Forrest Gump Soundtrack 1 3[nb 6]
11. Merry Christmas Mariah Carey 2
12. Vitalogy Pearl Jam 1 1[nb 7]
13. The One Thing Michael Bolton 1 2[12]
14. II Boyz II Men 4
15. In Pieces Garth Brooks 1 1[13]
16. Get on Board The Badloves 5
17. The Three Tenors in Concert 1994 The Three Tenors 1 1[14]
18. End of Part One: Their Greatest Hits Wet Wet Wet 2
19. The Division Bell Pink Floyd 1 3[15]
20. Superunknown Soundgarden 1 1[16]
21. Flesh and Wood Jimmy Barnes 2
22. The Greatest Hits INXS 2
23. She Harry Connick, Jr. 2
24. Vs. Pearl Jam 1 1[nb 8]
25. No Need to Argue The Cranberries 1 1[nb 9]

Peak chart positions are from the ARIA Charts, overall position on the End of Year Chart is calculated by ARIA based on the number of weeks and position that the records reach within the Top 50 albums for each week during 1994.[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Music Box entered the ARIA album charts in October 1993 and peaked at #1 on the ARIA album charts in March 1994 and spent a total of 18 weeks at the top in 1994.[3] It left the Top 50 album chart in March 1995 and spent a total of 72 weeks in the Top 50.[3]
  2. ^ So Far So Good debuted at #1 on the ARIA album charts in November 1993 and spent four weeks at the top in 1993.[4] It remained at #1 in early 1994 for a further eight weeks, achieving a total of twelve weeks at the top.[4] It left the Top 50 album chart in May 1994, returned in November 1994 and spent a total of 31 weeks in the Top 50.[4]
  3. ^ Cross Road debuted at #1 on the ARIA album charts in October 1994 for two weeks.[5] It left the Top 50 album chart in April 1995, returned in June and October 1995, returned again in 2005 and 2007.[5] It has spent a total of 38 weeks in the Top 50.[5]
  4. ^ MTV Unplugged in New York debuted at #1 on the ARIA album charts in November 1994 for three weeks.[7] It left the Top 50 album chart in July 1995, returned later in 1995, and again in 1996.[7] It has spent a total of 56 weeks in the Top 50.[7]
  5. ^ ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits peaked at #1 in December 1992 for four weeks.[9] It left the Top 50 album chart in April 1993.[9] It returned to the Top 50 in October 1994 peaking at #3 in December.[9] Returned in May 1999 and peaked at #2 in June.[9] Returned in July 2008 and peaked at #4.[9] As of February 2009, it was still in the Top 50 and has spent a total of 109 weeks there.[9]
  6. ^ Forrest Gump entered the ARIA album charts in November 1994 and peaked at #1 for two weeks in December.[10] It returned to #1 for one week in January 1995 and left the Top 50 album chart in June 1995, returned later in 1995, and again in late 1997 to early 1998.[10] It has spent a total of 52 weeks in the Top 50.[10]
  7. ^ Vitalogy debuted at #1 on the ARIA Top 50 album chart in mid-December 1994 for one week.[11] It remained in the charts until July 1995 and spent a total of 30 weeks in the Top 50.[11]
  8. ^ Vs. debuted at #1 in late October 1993 on the ARIA chart for one week and remained in the Top 50 until November 1994.[17] It returned to the Top 50 during 1995 and has spent a total of 68 weeks in the Top 50.[17]
  9. ^ No Need to Argue entered the ARIA chart in November 1994 and peaked at #1 in January 1995 for one week.[18] It remained in the charts until October 1995, returned in November and again in 1996, it has spent a total of 54 weeks in the Top 50.[18]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ARIA Charts - End Of Year Charts - Top 50 Albums 1994". Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA). Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  2. ^ a b "Official ARIA Charts". Australian Charts Portal. 2009-02-08. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  3. ^ a b "Mariah Carey - Music Box". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  4. ^ a b c "Bryan Adams - So Far So Good". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-18. 
  5. ^ a b c "Bon Jovi - Crossroad - The Best Of Bon Jovi". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  6. ^ "Soundtrack - The Adventures Of Priscilla - Queen Of The Desert". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  7. ^ a b c "Nirvana - MTV Unplugged In New York". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  8. ^ "The 12th Man - Wired World Of Sports 2". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-20. 
  9. ^ a b c d e f "ABBA - Gold - Greatest Hits". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-18. 
  10. ^ a b c "Soundtrack - Forrest Gump". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  11. ^ a b "Pearl Jam - Vitalogy". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  12. ^ "Michael Bolton - The One Thing". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  13. ^ "Garth Brooks - In Pieces". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  14. ^ "Carrerras / Domingo / Pavarotti - The 3 Tenors In Concert 1994". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  15. ^ "Pink Floyd - The Division Bell". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  16. ^ "Soundgarden - Superunknown". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  17. ^ a b "Pearl Jam - Vs.". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21. 
  18. ^ a b "The Cranberries - No Need To Argue". Australian Charts Portal. Retrieved 2009-02-21.