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Number-one albums of 1992 (Australia)

The following lists the number-one albums on the Australian Albums Chart, during the 1990s. The source for this decade is the ARIA Charts.

1990

  1. Jive Bunny and the MastermixersThe Album
    14 January for 1 weeks and 3 weeks in 1989
  2. The B-52'sCosmic Thing
    21 January for 3 weeks
  3. AerosmithPump
    11 February for 3 weeks
  4. The 12th ManThe 12th Man Again!
    4 March for 1 week
  5. Midnight OilBlue Sky Mining
    11 March for 2 weeks
  6. Sinéad O'ConnorI Do Not Want What I Haven't Got
    25 March for 1 week
  7. Milli VanilliAll or Nothing
    1 April for 5 weeks
  8. Michael BoltonSoul Provider
    6 May for 1 week and 20 May for 2 weeks
  9. Paula AbdulForever Your Girl
    13 May for 1 week
  10. MadonnaI'm Breathless (Music from and Inspired by the Film "Dick Tracy")
    3 June for 3 weeks
  11. The AngelsBeyond Salvation
    24 June for 2 weeks
  12. Various Artists – Pretty Woman Soundtrack
    8 July for 4 weeks
  13. Gloria EstefanCuts Both Ways
    5 August for 2 weeks
  14. Van MorrisonThe Best of Van Morrison
    19 August for 3 weeks
  15. Jimmy BarnesTwo Fires
    9 September for 4 weeks
  16. John FarnhamChain Reaction
    7 October for 2 weeks and 4 November for 3 weeks
  17. INXSX
    21 October for 2 weeks
  18. The Three TenorsIn Concert
    25 November for 1 week and 23 December for 3 weeks
  19. MadonnaThe Immaculate Collection
    2 December for 3 weeks

1991

  1. MadonnaThe Immaculate Collection
    13 January for 2 weeks
  2. Elton JohnThe Very Best of Elton John
    27 January for 1 week
  3. Janet JacksonRhythm Nation 1814
    3 February for 1 week and 17 February for 3 weeks
  4. Billy JoelSouvenir – The Ultimate Collection
    10 February for 1 week
  5. Hothouse FlowersHome
    10 March for 1 week
  6. Black BoxDreamland
    17 March for 3 weeks
  7. Angelo BadalamentiTwin Peaks
    7 April for 1 week
  8. EurythmicsGreatest Hits
    14 April for 7 weeks
  9. RatcatBlind Love
    2 June for 2 weeks and 23 June for 1 week
  10. Jimmy BarnesTwo Fires
    16 June for 1 week
  11. Various Artists – Grease: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture
    30 June for 3 weeks
  12. NoiseworksLove Versus Money
    21 July for 1 week
  13. Rod StewartVagabond Heart
    28 July for 1 week
  14. Natalie ColeUnforgettable... with Love
    4 August for 3 weeks and 1 September for 3 weeks
  15. MetallicaMetallica
    25 August for 1 week
  16. Dire StraitsOn Every Street
    22 September for 1 week
  17. Guns N' RosesUse Your Illusion II
    29 September for 3 weeks
  18. Bryan AdamsWaking Up the Neighbours
    20 October for 4 weeks
  19. Jimmy BarnesSoul Deep
    17 November for 2 weeks
  20. U2Achtung Baby
    1 December for 1 week
  21. Michael JacksonDangerous
    8 December for 4 weeks and 2 weeks in 1992

1992

  1. Michael JacksonDangerous
    5 January for 2 weeks and 4 weeks in 1991
  2. Jimmy BarnesSoul Deep
    19 January for 1 week
  3. Prince and The New Power GenerationDiamonds and Pearls
    26 January for 1 week
  4. Baby AnimalsBaby Animals
    2 February for 6 weeks
  5. DieselHepfidelity
    15 March for 4 weeks
  6. Def LeppardAdrenalize
    12 April for 2 weeks
  7. Red Hot Chili PeppersBlood Sugar Sex Magik
    26 April for 2 weeks
  8. The CureWish
    10 May for 1 week
  9. Neil DiamondGreatest Hits: 1966-1992
    17 May for 2 weeks
  10. Michael CrawfordMichael Crawford Performs Andrew Lloyd Webber
    31 May for 3 weeks
  11. Lionel RichieBack to Front
    21 June for 6 weeks
  12. 1992 Australian Cast – Jesus Christ Superstar
    2 August for 10 weeks
  13. Billy Ray CyrusSome Gave All
    11 October for 2 weeks
  14. Prince and The New Power GenerationLove Symbol
    25 October for 1 week
  15. MadonnaErotica
    1 November for 2 weeks
  16. Bon JoviKeep the Faith
    15 November for 1 week
  17. AC/DCLive / Live: 2 CD Collector's Edition
    22 November for 2 weeks
  18. Simple MindsGlittering Prize '81–'92
    6 December for 1 week
  19. ABBAABBA Gold: Greatest Hits
    13 December for 4 weeks

1993

  1. The 12th ManStill the 12th Man
    10 January for 3 weeks
  2. Whitney Houston and Various Artists – The Bodyguard: Original Soundtrack Album
    31 January for 5 weeks
  3. Eric ClaptonUnplugged
    7 March for 6 weeks and 23 May for 2 weeks
  4. Lenny KravitzAre You Gonna Go My Way
    18 April for 4 weeks
  5. Kenny GBreathless
    16 May for 1 week
  6. Spin DoctorsPocket Full of Kryptonite
    6 June for 2 weeks
  7. Janet Jacksonjanet.
    20 June for 3 weeks
  8. Led ZeppelinRemasters
    11 July for 1 week
  9. U2Zooropa
    18 July for 4 weeks
  10. UB40Promises and Lies
    15 August for 1 week
  11. DieselThe Lobbyist
    22 August for 1 week
  12. Billy JoelRiver of Dreams
    29 August for 4 weeks
  13. Meat LoafBat out of Hell II: Back into Hell
    26 September for 4 weeks
  14. Michael CrawfordA Touch of Music in the Night
    24 October for 1 week and 14 November for 1 week
  15. Pearl JamVs.
    31 October for 1 week
  16. John FarnhamThen Again...
    7 November for 1 week
  17. Bryan AdamsSo Far So Good
    21 November for 2 weeks, 12 December for 4 weeks and 8 weeks in 1993
  18. Guns N' Roses"The Spaghetti Incident?"
    5 December for 1 week

1994

  1. Bryan AdamsSo Far So Good
    9 January for 8 weeks
  2. SoundgardenSuperunknown
    6 March for 1 week
  3. Michael BoltonThe One Thing
    13 March for 2 weeks
  4. Mariah CareyMusic Box
    27 March for 1 week, 10 April for 1 week, 8 May for 7 weeks, 3 July for 4 weeks, 7 August for 4 weeks and 18 September for 1 week
  5. PanteraFar Beyond Driven
    3 April for 1 week
  6. Pink FloydThe Division Bell
    17 April for 3 weeks
  7. Stone Temple PilotsPurple
    26 June for 1 week
  8. The Rolling StonesVoodoo Lounge
    31 July for 1 week
  9. Garth BrooksIn Pieces
    4 September for 1 week
  10. The Three TenorsThe Three Tenors in Concert 1994
    11 September for 1 week
  11. Various Artists – The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack
    25 September for 4 weeks
  12. Bon JoviCross Road
    23 October for 2 weeks
  13. MadonnaBedtime Stories
    6 November for 1 week
  14. NirvanaMTV Unplugged in New York
    13 November for 3 weeks
  15. Various Artists – Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack
    4 December for 2 weeks
  16. Pearl JamVitalogy
    18 December for 1 week
  17. The 12th ManWired World of Sports II
    25 December for 1 week and 3 weeks in 1995

1995

  1. The 12th ManWired World of Sports II
    1 January for 3 weeks
  2. Various Artists – Forrest Gump: The Soundtrack
    22 January for 1 week
  3. The CranberriesNo Need to Argue
    29 January for 1 week
  4. The OffspringSmash
    5 February for 3 weeks
  5. Janet Jacksonjanet.
    26 February for 1 week
  6. You Am IHi Fi Way
    5 March for 1 week
  7. Bruce SpringsteenGreatest Hits
    12 March for 1 week
  8. Green DayDookie
    19 March for 3 weeks
  9. SilverchairFrogstomp
    9 April for 3 weeks
  10. The Cruel SeaThree Legged Dog
    30 April for 2 weeks
  11. Celine DionThe Colour of My Love
    14 May for 4 weeks, 30 July for 2 weeks and 10 September for 2 weeks
  12. Sheryl CrowTuesday Night Music Club
    11 June for 2 weeks
  13. Pink FloydPulse
    25 June for 1 week
  14. Michael JacksonHIStory – Past, Present and Future, Book I
    2 July for 2 weeks
  15. Bon JoviThese Days
    16 July for 2 weeks
  16. LiveThrowing Copper
    13 August for 4 weeks
  17. Red Hot Chili PeppersOne Hot Minute
    24 September for 2 weeks
  18. AC/DCBallbreaker
    8 October for 1 week
  19. Mariah CareyDaydream
    15 October for 1 week
  20. Various Artists – Dangerous Minds: Music from the Motion Picture
    22 October for 2 weeks
  21. The Smashing PumpkinsMellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness
    5 November for 2 weeks
  22. Tina ArenaDon't Ask
    19 November for 1 week
  23. MadonnaSomething to Remember
    26 November for 1 week
  24. The BeatlesAnthology 1
    3 December for 2 weeks
  25. EnyaThe Memory of Trees
    17 December for 3 weeks and 1 week in 1996

1996

  1. EnyaThe Memory of Trees
    7 January for 1 week
  2. LiveThrowing Copper
    14 January for 3 weeks
  3. Oasis(What's the Story) Morning Glory?
    4 February for 5 weeks
  4. Alanis MorissetteJagged Little Pill
    10 March for 2 weeks, 31 March for 6 weeks, 19 May for 1 week and 9 June for 1 week
  5. Celine DionFalling into You
    24 March for 1 week, 30 June for 1 week, 14 July for 1 week and 18 August for 1 week
  6. The CranberriesTo the Faithful Departed
    12 May for 1 week
  7. George MichaelOlder
    26 May for 1 week
  8. SoundgardenDown on the Upside
    2 June for 1 week
  9. MetallicaLoad
    16 June for 2 weeks
  10. You Am IHourly, Daily
    7 July for 1 week
  11. Crowded HouseRecurring Dream – The Very Best of Crowded House
    21 July for 4 weeks, 8 December for 4 weeks and 2 weeks in 1997
  12. The CorrsForgiven, Not Forgotten
    25 August for 1 week, 15 September for 1 week and 29 September for 1 week
  13. Pearl JamNo Code
    1 September for 2 weeks
  14. R.E.M.New Adventures in Hi-Fi
    22 September for 1 week
  15. Toni ChildsThe Very Best of Toni Childs
    6 October for 1 week, 20 October for 1 week and 3 November for 4 weeks
  16. NirvanaFrom the Muddy Banks of the Wishkah
    13 October for 1 week
  17. Jimmy BarnesHits
    27 October for 1 week
  18. Michael JacksonHIStory – Past, Present and Future, Book I
    1 December for 1 week

1997

  1. Crowded HouseRecurring Dream – The Very Best of Crowded House
    5 January for 2 weeks
  2. Various Artists – William Shakespeare's Romeo + Juliet: Music from the Motion Picture
    19 January for 4 weeks, 23 February for 3 weeks and 23 March for 2 weeks
  3. SilverchairFreak Show
    16 February for 1 week
  4. U2Pop
    16 March for 1 week
  5. Savage GardenSavage Garden
    6 April for 12 weeks, 6 July for 1 week, 20 July for 3 weeks, 7 September for 1 week and 5 October for 2 weeks
  6. Faith No MoreAlbum of the Year
    29 June for 1 week
  7. The ProdigyThe Fat of the Land
    13 July for 1 week
  8. HansonMiddle of Nowhere
    10 August for 2 weeks
  9. Tina ArenaIn Deep
    24 August for 1 week and 14 September for 2 weeks
  10. OasisBe Here Now
    31 August for 1 week
  11. Mariah CareyButterfly
    28 September for 1 week
  12. John FarnhamAnthology 1: Greatest Hits 1987–1997
    19 October for 1 week
  13. Midnight Oil20,000 Watt R.S.L. – The Midnight Oil Collection
    26 October for 1 week
  14. Various Artists – My Best's Friend Wedding: Music from the Motion Picture
    2 November for 4 weeks
  15. Celine DionLet's Talk About Love
    30 November for 3 weeks and 2 weeks in 1998
  16. The 12th ManBill Lawry... This is Your Life
    21 December for 2 weeks

1998

  1. Celine DionLet's Talk About Love
    4 January for 2 weeks
  2. AquaAquarium
    18 January for 2 weeks
  3. Celine Dion and James HornerTitanic: Music from the Motion Picture
    1 February for 2 weeks, 22 February for 3 weeks and 22 March for 6 weeks
  4. Pearl JamYield
    15 February for 1 week
  5. MadonnaRay of Light
    15 March for 1 week
  6. Massive AttackMezzanine
    3 May for 1 week
  7. SoundtrackThe Wedding Singer: Music from the Motion Picture
    10 May for 1 week
  8. Jeff BuckleySketches for My Sweetheart the Drunk
    17 May for 1 week
  9. Matchbox 20Yourself or Someone Like You
    24 May for 2 weeks, 26 July for 3 weeks and 13 September for 1 week
  10. You Am IYou Am I's #4 Record
    7 June for 1 week
  11. The Smashing PumpkinsAdore
    14 June for 1 week
  12. Various Artists – City of Angels: Music from the Motion Picture
    21 June for 1 week and 12 July for 1 week
  13. Neil FinnTry Whistling This
    28 June for 2 weeks
  14. Beastie BoysHello Nasty
    19 July for 1 week
  15. Various Artists – Grease: The Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture
    16 August for 1 week
  16. Natalie ImbrugliaLeft of the Middle
    23 August for 1 week, 6 September for 1 week and 26 October for 1 week
  17. KornFollow the Leader
    30 August for 1 week
  18. PowderfingerInternationalist
    20 September for 1 week
  19. Marilyn MansonMechanical Animals
    27 September for 1 week
  20. KissPsycho Circus
    4 October for 1 week
  21. Vonda ShepardSongs from Ally McBeal
    11 October for 1 week
  22. Cold ChiselThe Last Wave of Summer
    18 October for 1 week
  23. The Living EndThe Living End
    19 October for 1 week and 2 November for 1 week
  24. U2The Best of 1980–1990
    9 November for 4 weeks and 28 December for 1 week
  25. Various Artists – Chef Aid: The South Park Album
    7 December for 1 week
  26. Olivia Newton-John, John Farnham and Anthony WarlowHighlights from The Main Event
    14 December for 2 weeks

1999

  1. The OffspringAmericana
    4 January for 5 weeks
  2. Shania TwainCome on Over
    8 February for 5 weeks, 22 March for 1 week, 3 May for 1 week, 26 July for 11 weeks, 18 October for 1 week and 13 December for 1 week
  3. SilverchairNeon Ballroom
    15 March for 1 week
  4. Bee GeesOne Night Only
    29 March for 5 weeks and 10 May for 1 week
  5. Ricky MartinRicky Martin
    17 May for 1 week
  6. Human NatureCounting Down
    24 May for 1 week
  7. Various Artists – Songs from Dawson's Creek
    31 May for 2 weeks and 28 June for 4 weeks
  8. Red Hot Chili PeppersCalifornication
    14 June for 1 week
  9. JamiroquaiSynkronized
    21 June for 1 week
  10. LiveThe Distance to Here
    11 October for 1 week
  11. TaxirideImaginate
    25 October for 1 week
  12. Savage GardenAffirmation
    1 November for 3 weeks and 6 December for 1 week
  13. KornIssues
    22 November for 1 week
  14. MetallicaS&M
    29 November for 1 week
  15. Celine DionAll the Way… A Decade of Song
    20 December for 2 weeks

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