Valley Pop Music Charts

The exclusive Valley music charts are compiled for the Los Angeles Times from information supplied by SoundScan Inc., the music industry's leading sales-reporting service. The rankings are based on actual sales in the San Fernando, Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys and in Glendale.

TOP 20 ALBUMS

Title, Artist (National Rank) Last Week 1 Balance, Van Halen (1) - 2 Dookie, Green Day (3) 1 3 Hell Freezes Over, Eagles (4) 2 4 II, Boyz II Men (5) 4 5 Hits, Garth Brooks (2) 3 6 Cocktales, Too Short (6) - 7 Sade, Best of (27) 8 8 Throwing Copper, Live (16) 11 9 Vitalogy, Pearl Jam (7) 5 10 Bedtime Stories, Madonna (17) 9 11 Tuesday Night Music Club, Sheryl Crow (15) 14 12 No Need to Argue, Cranberries (9) 7 13 Crazysexycool, TLC (8) 6 14 Immortal Beloved, soundtrack (73) 12 15 Unplugged in New York, Nirvana (13) 10 16 Deep House Party: Volume 2, various artists (-) 15 17 Long Black Veil, Chieftains (24) - 18 Pulp Fiction, soundtrack (28) 13 19 Weezer, Weezer (19) 19 20 Smash, Offspring (11) 16

TOP 20 SINGLES

1 Pimp of the Year, Dru Down (54) 1 2 Creep, TLC (2) 2 3 Take a Bow, Madonna (8) 3 4 Tootsee Roll, 69 Boyz (9) 4 5 Baby, Brandy (1) - 6 Constantly, Immature (10) 6 7 Another Night, Real McCoy (3) 7 8 On Bended Knee, Boyz II Men (5) 5 9 I Miss You, N II U (18) 9 10 Rhythm of the Night, Corona (19) 11 11 Big Poppa, Notorious B.I.G. (12) 17 12 Before I Let You Go, Blackstreet (7) 8 13 Sukiyaki, 4 P.M. (For Positive Music) (11) 15 13 Breakdown, Fu-Schnickens (75) 13 15 You Gotta Be, Des'ree (17) 10 16 Short ... Man, Twenty Fingers (6) 12 17 Playaz Club, Rappin' 4-Tay (48) 14 18 Sweetest Days, Vanessa Williams (21) 19 19 Cocktales, Too Short (33) 16 19 If You Love Me, Brownstone (13) 18

Source: SoundScan Inc., for week ending Jan. 29

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