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Ice Cube’s “Bop Gun” is a solid...

Ice Cube’s “Bop Gun” is a solid fixture in The Times’ Southern California charts, coming in at No. 7 this week, but the rest of the country has yet to catch on--it’s only No. 24 nationally. Two soundtracks, “The Lion King and “Forrest Gump,” remain the 1-2 punch atop the pop album chart. Warren G’s “Regulate. . .G-Funk Era” still rules on the rap album chart, while Boyz II Men appear to be settled in comfortably at the No. 1 spot on the singles chart with their new “I’ll Make Love to You.”

TOP 10 ALBUMS

Title, Artist (Nat’l Rank) Last Week 1 The Lion King, soundtrack (1) 1 2 Forrest Gump, soundtrack (2) 2 3 Smash, Offspring (11) 4 4 August. . .After, Counting Crows (6) 3 5 Purple, Stone Temple Pilots (4) 6 6 The Sign, Ace of Base (3) 5 7 Dookie, Green Day (8) 10 8 Regulate. . .G-Funk Era, Warren G. (5) 8 9 Superunknown, Soundgarden (10) 9 10 Voodoo Lounge, Rolling Stones (9) 7

TOP 10 SINGLES

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Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 I’ll Make Love to You, Boyz II Men (1) 1 2 Stay, Lisa Loeb & Nine Stories (3) 2 3 Funkdafied, Da Brat (4) 3 4 Fantastic Voyage, Coolio (2) 4 5 When Can I See You. . ., Babyface (9) 5 6 I Swear, All-4-One (5) 6 7 Bop Gun, Ice Cube (24) 8 8 This D.J., Warren G. (6) 7 9 Stroke You Up, Changing Faces (7) 10 10 I Miss You, Aaron Hall (11) 9

TOP 10 RAP ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Regulate. . .G-Funk Era, Warren G. (1) 1 2 It Takes a Thief, Coolio (2) 2 3 We Come Strapped, M.C. Eiht (3) 3 4 Funkdafied, Da Brat (4) 4 5 Ill Communication, Beastie Boys (6) 5 6 Southernplayalistic. . ., Outcast (9) 6 7 Same as It Ever Was, House of Pain (5) 7 8 Nuttin’ But..., Heavy D. & the Boyz (10) 8 9 Old School, Old School (34) 10 10 6 Feet Deep, Gravediggaz (7) ...

Source: SoundScan Inc., for week of Aug. 14

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