1994 albums

Here are the albums of 1994. 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 1994.
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  1. 1994 Christmas albums

    1994 Christmas albums

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  2. 1994 compilation albums

    1994 compilation albums

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  3. 1994 EPs

    1994 EPs

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  4. 1994 live albums

    1994 live albums

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  5. 1994 remix albums

    1994 remix albums

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  6. 1994 soundtracks

    1994 soundtracks

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  7. 1994 video albums

    1994 video albums

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  8. 1994 classical albums

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  9. 1994 debut albums

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  1. $1.99 Romances

    $1.99 Romances


    $1.99 Romances is an album by God Street Wine. It was their first release on a major record label and their only release with Geffen. Disappointed about the promotion of this record, GSW negotiated to be dropped from the label after this album came out. They then recorded their next album, Red, on their own, before being signed to Mercury Records.

  2. 10 on Broadway

    10 on Broadway (1994)

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    10 on Broadway is a solo album of Broadway standards from Dennis DeYoung. It was released in 1994 by Atlantic Records. The idea for the album came in connection with DeYoung's performance as Pontius Pilate in Jesus Christ Superstar as part of the 1992 national tour of the production.

  3. 10 Years in Rage

    10 Years in Rage (1994)

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    10 Years in Rage: The Anniversary Album is the eighth full-length album released by the German speed metal band Rage in 1994. It contains new material and previously unreleased tracks from the band's long career, as well the re-recording of "Prayers of Steel", from Avenger's first album and a medley of Rage's fan favourite tunes. The album features guest appearances from all the musicians that had played in Rage. The album was remastered by Noise/Sanctuary in 2002 with five bonus tracks.

  4. 11 Tracks Of Whack

    11 Tracks Of Whack

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    11 Tracks of Whack is the first solo album by Steely Dan guitarist Walter Becker, released in 1994 (see 1994 in music). It was his second collaboration with Steely Dan partner Donald Fagen, who produced the album, since 1980, after Becker produced Fagen's Kamakiriad (1993).

  5. 1994

    1994 (1994)


    1994 is an album by American country singer Merle Haggard, released in 1994.

  6. 199Quad

    199Quad (1994)


    199Quad is the debut album of the Southern rap group 69 Boyz, released in 1994 following the success of their song "Tootsee Roll". The album peaked at number 59 on the Billboard 200 on April 1, 1995. The album was re-released with a new cover and a bonus DVD by Lil Joe on October 10, 2006.

  7. 20th Century Blues

    20th Century Blues (1905)


    20th Century Blues is the fifteenth studio album by Robin Trower.

  8. 21...Ways To Grow

    21...Ways To Grow (1994)


    21... Ways to Grow is the third studio album by American R&B singer Shanice, released in the United States on June 21, 1994 by Motown Records. It was released when she was 21 years old. The album was not as successful as 1991's Inner Child, eventually peaking at #46 on Billboard's Top R&B Albums and at #184 on the Billboard 200. It includes the minor hit singles "Somewhere" (#28 R&B) and "Turn Down the Lights" (#21 R&B). The album did not produce any major hits, however the single "Turn Down the Lights" received heavy rotation on U.S. radio and music video channels.

  9. 21st Century

    21st Century (1994)


    21st Century is the ninth album of Blue System. Was published in 1994 by BMG Ariola and produced by Dieter Bohlen.

  10. 24 Hour Revenge Therapy

    24 Hour Revenge Therapy


    24 Hour Revenge Therapy is the third album by the American punk band Jawbreaker, released on Tupelo Recording Company and Communion Records in 1994.

  11. 28 Grader i Skuggan

    28 Grader i Skuggan (1994)


    28 Grader i Skuggan (28 Degrees in the Shade) is the fifth studio album by Swedish pop music artist Mauro Scocco. It was released in 1994 on Scocco's own record label Diesel Music.

  12. 3 EPs

    3 EPs (1905)


    3 EPs is a full-length CD by New Zealand band Tall Dwarfs released in 1994. The CD consists of three parts, A Question Of Medical Ethics, Up The Down Staircase and Sam's Spaniel, which apparently at the same time were also released as three vinyl EPs collected in one box.

  13. 333

    333 (1905)


    333 is an album and video album released by Green Jellÿ in 1994.

  14. 36-C


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    36C is the third studio album by the Canadian post-punk band Fifth Column, released on May 10, 1994 by K Records. The album cover features a photo of Jena von Brücker in a scene from the film The Yo-Yo Gang. The song "All Women Are Bitches" has been covered and sampled by Lesbians on Ecstasy as "Bitschy" in 2004 and by Kids on TV in 2005. Allmusic reviewer Mike DaRonco gave the album a score of two and a half out of five stars, stating that some tracks "stand out like the ultracatchy 'Don't' and 'Donna', but unfortunately, a lot of this falls into the 'heard it all before' category".

  15. 45 RPM

    45 RPM (2007)


    45 RPM is the debut album by Paul van Dyk. It was released in Germany on MFS on 5 December 1994. It was then released on Deviant Records in the UK and Mute Records in the USA in 1998.

  16. 7-Toku



    7-Toku is the second album by Space Streakings, released on October 3, 1994 through Skin Graft Records.

  17. 75 Minutes

    75 Minutes (1905)


    75 Minutes is an album released by artist Acen Razvi.

  18. 76.14



    76:14 is an ambient music album by Global Communication. Initially released via Dedicated on June 1, 1994, the album has been re-issued a number of times, most recently in 2005 in an expanded and remastered version.

  19. 924 Forestville St.

    924 Forestville St. (1994)


    924 Forestville St. is the debut album by American punk rock band Bracket, released by Caroline Records on May 24, 1994. Recording sessions were held at Prairie Sun Studios in Cotati, California with producer Joe Marquez. Bracket issued two singles from the album, including "Why Should Eye" in the United States and "Huge Balloon" released in the United Kingdom. 924 Forestville St. is likely a tongue-in-cheek reference combining the name of longtime Bay Area punk rock establishment 924 Gilman Street with the band's nearby hometown of Forestville, California.

  20. A-Acayipsin



    Aacayipsin is the 1994 album of the Turkish pop singer Tarkan Tevetoğlu. Album was published in Europe, Asia. This was his second album, the success of which launched him as a superstar onto the Turkish pop scene with over 3 million copies sold worldwide. The album also sold over 750 thousand copies in Europe, a first-ever feat for a Turkish performer.

  21. A Constipated Monkey

    A Constipated Monkey


    A Constipated Monkey is the debut album by rapper, Kurious. It was released on January 18, 1994 through Columbia Records and featured productions from Pete Nice, Daddy Rich, Bobbito García and Dan Kealy. The album peaked at #68 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and #31 on the Top Heatseekers and had one charting single "I'm Kurious", which peaked at #38 on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales.

  22. A Date with The Smithereens

    A Date with The Smithereens (1905)


    A Date with the Smithereens is the fifth album by the New Jersey rock band The Smithereens, released in 1994. It is seen as a stylistic departure by the band, as A Date is mainly influenced by hard rock and heavy metal, while previous albums have leaned more towards straightforward pop rock. The title is meant to be ironic as nearly all songs on the album are hate-inspired.

  23. a donde me lleva la vida

    a donde me lleva la vida (1905)


    A Dónde Me Lleva La Vida is an album by La Renga, released in 1994. After the independently produced Esquivando Charcos the band published A Dónde Me Lleva La Vida in the same way in November 1993. Four months later, negotiations led to Polygram gaining production and image rights. The multinational is in charge of the distribution of the album and spent 25,000 dollars on the video for "El Rito de Los Corazones Sangrando". The album achieved platinum status in Argentina for selling over 60,000 copies.

  24. A Hollow Cost

    A Hollow Cost (1995)


    A Hollow Cost (subtitled A Spoken Word Revelation by Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV featuring Larry Thrasher) is a spoken word album by Genesis P-Orridge and Psychic TV featuring Larry Thrasher credited to Psychic TV & Genesis P-Orridge or Thee Majesty depending on the pressing.

  25. A La Belle De Mai

    A La Belle De Mai (1994)

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    À la Belle de Mai is a studio album from French artist, Renaud. It was released in 1994 by Virgin Records and was awarded a platinum disc for sales in France. Considered to show a more personal, sensitive maturity than some of his earlier work the album includes a curious musing on death (Le Petit Chat est mort) and a song for Renaud's daughter Lolita Séchan (Lolito Lolita) that includes Corsican polyphonics.

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