Spice gave The Spice Girls a number 1 for a week from November 16th, 1996. It charted for 72 weeks and returned to top spot on December 7th for 8 weeks. It topped the chart for a further week from March 8th, 1997 and a 4 week spell from March 22nd.
Spice bagan its 5th spell in top spot on May 17th for a week. In total, the album spent 15 weeks at number 1.
Alanis Morrisette's Jagged Little Pill reached number 1 on May 4th 1996 for 2 weeks. It returned to top spot for a further week on June 29th and charted for 172 weeks.
On July 20th it returned to number 1 for a further 8 weeks - 11 in all.
Shania Twain's Come On Over reached number 1 on September 11th 1999 for 3 weeks and returned on October 16th for a further 3 weeks. By December 11th it was back at number 1 for a further 5 weeks. It stayed on the chart for 138 weeks.
Simply Red's Stars topped the chart for 2 weeks from October 12th 1991 in a run of 134 weeks. It returned for a further week on top on November 2nd and began a 5 week run on Janaury 4th 1992.
The album's 4th spell at number 1 began on February 22nd for 3 weeks before returning for a week in May. The album spent a total of 11 weeks at number 1.
Meatloaf's Bat Out Of Hell 2 - Back Into Hell first topped the chart on September 18th 1993 for a week and spent 59 weeks on the chart, returning to number 1 on October 2nd for another week. It returned for a further week on October 16th and for 3 weeks on the 30th.
After a week off, it returned for a final 5 weeks on November 27th. The album topped the chart for 11 weeks in all.
(What's The Story) Morning Glory by Oasis enjoyed a 146 week chart run, reaching number 1 on October 14th 1995 for a week and for the second time for 6 weeks on January 13th 1996.
It returned for the third time for 3 weeks on March 2nd. The album spent 10 weeks at number 1.
Greatest Hits by Eurythmics reached number 1 on March 30th 1991 for 9 weeks in a chart run of 122. It returned to number 1 on June June 22nd for a further week - 10 in total.