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  1. No Need To Argue

    No Need To Argue (2009)


    No Need to Argue is the second studio album by Irish rock band The Cranberries, released in 1994. It was the band's most successful album, and has sold about 17 million copies worldwide. It contains the band's most successful single to date, "Zombie". The album's mood is darker than that on Everybody Else Is Doing It, So Why Can't We?. It shows a more mature performance by lyricist and vocalist Dolores O'Riordan, writing about war, death, love and disappointment. Her voice is clearer, without the previous album's double and triple voice layering. In some of the songs, the band decided to take on a rockier and heavier side, using distortion and increasing the volume. The song "Yeats' Grave" — originally listed on the album as "Yeat's Grave" but later corrected — is about William Butler Yeats, and quotes one of his poems, No Second Troy. The hit song "Zombie", written by lead singer Dolores O'Riordan, is according to her about the IRA bombings in 1993 that resulted in the death of two children.

  2. Playtyme Is Over

    Playtyme Is Over (1998)


    Playtyme Is Over is the second album by American band Immature, released on August 2, 1994 on MCA Records. It peaked at #88 on The Billboard 200 chart and at #26 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The first single released from the album was "Never Lie" which peaked at #5 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The second single released was "I Don't Mind", which stopped at #92 on the Hot 100 and the third was "Constantly," which brought them back to the Top 20, peaking at #16.

  3. Third Rock From The Sun

    Third Rock From The Sun (1994)


    Third Rock from the Sun is the fourth studio album by American country music artist Joe Diffie. The album's first five tracks were all released as singles, and all charted on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. Of these five singles, "Pickup Man" and "Third Rock from the Sun" were both Number One hits, "So Help Me Girl" reached #2, "I'm in Love with a Capital 'U'" reached #21, and "That Road Not Taken" peaked at #40. "Pickup Man" was also Diffie's longest-lasting Number One, having held that position for four weeks.

  4. American Recordings

    American Recordings (2013)


    American Recordings is the 81st album by the country singer Johnny Cash. It was released in April 1994 (see 1994 in music), the first album issued by American Recordings after its name change from Def American, the album being named after the new label. In 2003, the album was ranked number 364 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

  5. Have a Little Faith

    Have a Little Faith (1994)


    Have a Little Faith is the fourteenth studio album by Joe Cocker, released in 1994.

  6. A Love Supreme

    A Love Supreme (2000)


    A Love Supreme is the second album by Chanté Moore. Released in 1994 (see 1994 in music), it is her follow up to her debut album, Precious. It gave her another top 20 R&B hit, "Old School Lovin'." The album also contains a re-make of the Alicia Myers hit "I Want To Thank You," as well as a medley/mash-up of "Free" (Deniece Williams) and "Sail On" (The Commodores). The track 11 song "Mood" also appears on the soundtrack to the Eddie Murphy film Beverly Hills Cop III.

  7. Steam

    Steam (1994)


    Steam is the second studio album by English boy band East 17. It was released in the UK on 13 October 1994. The album was certified as 2x Platinum in the UK.

  8. Longing in Their Hearts

    Longing in Their Hearts (1994)


    Longing in Their Hearts is the twelfth album by Bonnie Raitt, released in 1994 (see 1994 in music). The album contained the mainstream pop hit, "Love Sneakin' up on You," which reached #19 on the Billboard singles chart, and "You", which remains to date her only UK Top 40 hit, peaking at No. 31.

  9. War Paint

    War Paint (1994)


    War Paint is an album by American country music artist Lorrie Morgan. The album was released via BNA Records in 1994. It contains the singles "My Night to Howl," "If You Came Back from Heaven," and "Heart Over Mind." Also included are covers of George Jones' "A Good Year for the Roses", recorded here as a duet with Sammy Kershaw, and Jeannie Seely's "Don't Touch Me." The cassette version of the album omits the track "Exit 99."

  10. I Love Everybody

    I Love Everybody (1994)


    I Love Everybody is an album recorded by Lyle Lovett and released in 1994. The album consists of songs written by Lovett prior to the recording of his first album, Lyle Lovett (1986)

  11. Donde Jugaran Los Ninos

    Donde Jugaran Los Ninos (1993)


    ¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños? (English: Where Will the Children Play?) is the second studio album (fifth overall) released by Latin American Mexican rock band Maná released in 1992. This album contained many of the hits that catapulted them to international fame and established them as one of the leading Latin rock acts of the 90's, including "Oye Mi Amor", "¿Dónde Jugarán los Niños?", "Vivir Sin Aire", "Te Llore Un Río", "Como te deseo" and "De pies a cabeza". The album has reached #4 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums Chart. Ulises Calleros (the band's former electric guitarist) was replaced by César "Vampiro" López. The band re-released this album with bonus remixes on February 15, 1994. Singer Mijares covered "Vivir sin Aire" in his 2009 Spanish album Vivir Así. "Oye Mi Amor" is one of the international songs included in the rhythm video game Rock Band 3.

  12. Age Ain't Nothing But a Number

    Age Ain't Nothing But a Number (1994)


    Age Ain't Nothing but a Number is the debut album by American recording artist Aaliyah, released under Jive and Blackground Records on June 13, 1994, in the United States. After being signed by her uncle Barry Hankerson, Aaliyah was introduced to recording artist and producer R. Kelly. He became her mentor, as well as the lead songwriter and producer of the album. The duo recorded the album at the Chicago Recording Company in Chicago, Illinois. The album featured two hit singles, including the top ten-charting "Back & Forth" and "At Your Best (You Are Love)"; both singles were certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Two additional singles followed: "Age Ain't Nothing But a Number" and "No One Knows How to Love Me Quite Like You Do".

  13. House of Love

    House of Love (2007)


    House of Love is the 14th album by singer-songwriter Amy Grant, released in 1994 (see 1994 in music).

  14. Blackhawk

    Blackhawk (1994)


    Blackhawk is the first studio album by the American country music group Blackhawk. Released in 1994 on Arista Nashville, it was certified 2× Multi-Platinum by the RIAA for shipping two million copies. The album produced the singles "Goodbye Says It All", "Every Once in a While", "I Sure Can Smell the Rain", "Down in Flames", and "That's Just About Right". Respectively, these reached #11, #2, #9, #10, and #7 on the Hot Country Songs charts between 1994 and 1995.

  15. Pride & Glory

    Pride & Glory


    Pride and Glory was a side project for Black Label Society guitarist Zakk Wylde. This was Zakk's first self-fronted project, then he released his solo-album Book of Shadows in 1996. After that he formed Black Label Society in 1998, which remains his current band.

  16. Bryan White

    Bryan White (1994)


    Bryan White is the self-titled debut album of American country music singer Bryan White. Released in late 1994 on Asylum Records, the album produced four singles on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks (now Hot Country Songs) charts. In order of release, these singles were "Eugene You Genius", "Look at Me Now", "Someone Else's Star", and "Rebecca Lynn"; the latter two songs were both Number One hits. The album itself reached a peak of #13 on the Billboard Top Country Albums charts, and #88 on The Billboard 200; in addition, it was certified platinum in the United States by the RIAA. Derek George, a former member of the band Pearl River, co-wrote the track "You Know How I Feel", in addition to singing background vocals.

  17. Haywire

    Haywire (1994)


    Haywire is an album released by American country music artist Chris LeDoux. Overall, it is his 26th album and his last under the Liberty banner before it was renamed Capitol Records. "Honky Tonk World", "Tougher Than the Rest", and "Dallas Days and Fort Worth Nights" were released as singles. The album peaked at #17 on the Billboard Top Country Albums chart.

  18. Así Es

    Así Es (1994)


    Así Es is the third album of Latin rap artist Gerardo. It was released on May 31, 1994, this time, on EMI Records.

  19. Tical

    Tical (1994)


    Tical is the debut solo album of American rapper, and Wu-Tang Clan member Method Man, released November 15, 1994, on Def Jam Records. It was the first Wu-Tang solo album released after the group's debut, Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers). Similar to all first generation solo Wu-Tang projects, Tical was mainly produced by group member RZA, who provided a dark, murky and rugged sound. The album features guest appearances from RZA, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck, as well as several affiliates who would later appear on future group projects. The album's title "Tical" is a slang term for a blunt that has been laced with an adulterant, typically a sweetener or another psychoactive substance. The album title is also a play on the word "methodical".

  20. The Icon Is Love

    The Icon Is Love (1994)


    The Icon Is Love is the nineteenth album by American R&B singer Barry White, which was released in 1994 on A&M Records. The album represented a major comeback for White both critically and commercially, and went on to become easily his most successful album since his 1970s heyday. The Icon Is Love was White's seventh album to top the R&B chart, and its peak of #20 on the pop chart his highest placing there since 1977. It was also the first White album in 16 years to reach the UK top 50. Likewise, lead single "Practice What You Preach" was White's biggest since 1977's "It's Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next to Me" on both the R&B and pop charts.

  21. Superunknown

    Superunknown (1999)


    Superunknown is the fourth album by American rock band Soundgarden, released on March 8, 1994 through A&M Records. It is the band's second album with bassist Ben Shepherd. Soundgarden began work on the album after touring in support of its previous album, Badmotorfinger (1991). Superunknown continued a departure from the band's earlier releases while displaying a more diverse range of influences.

  22. Singin' With the Big Bands

    Singin' With the Big Bands (1994)


    Singin' with the Big Bands is a 1994 album by Barry Manilow.

  23. Walk On

    Walk On (1999)


    Walk On is the fourth studio album by American hard rock band Boston. The album was released in 1994.

  24. Boomtown

    Boomtown (1995)


    Boomtown is the second studio album released by American country music singer Toby Keith. Released in 1994 on PolyGram Nashville, the album was certified platinum by the RIAA for U.S. sales of one million copies. Overall, this album produced four hit singles for Keith on the Hot Country Songs charts between 1994 and 1995: "Who's That Man" (#1), "Upstairs Downtown" (#10), "You Ain't Much Fun" (#2) and "Big Ol' Truck" (#15).

  25. Love And Honor

    Love And Honor (1994)


    Love and Honor is the seventh studio album (ninth overall) by country music artist Ricky Van Shelton and his last album for Columbia Records. This is also his first album of his career not to be produced by Steve Buckingham. Two singles released from this album, "Wherever She Is", and "Lola's Love" charted outside the top 40. "Lola's Love" was originally recorded by Sawyer Brown and featured on their 1987 album, Somewhere in the Night.

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