Release date
16 Nov 1998
Running length
26 tracks
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1 Mariah Carey - Sweetheart 4:22 38,635
2 Mariah Carey - When You Believe (feat. Whitney Houston) 4:36 3,010
2 Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston - When You Believe (from The Prince Of Egypt) 4:34 8,552
3 Mariah Carey - Whenever You Call (feat. Brian McKnight) 4:24 1,547
3 Mariah Carey;Brian McKnight - Whenever You Call 4:21 1,605
4 Mariah Carey - My All 3:50 180,606
5 Mariah Carey - Honey 4:59 128,677
6 Mariah Carey - Always Be My Baby 4:18 259,211
7 Mariah Carey - One Sweet Day (feat. Boys II Men) 4:42 629
7 Mariah Carey feat. Boyz II Men - One Sweet Day 4:41 6,986
8 Mariah Carey Featuring O.D.B. - Fantasy (Feat. O.D.B.) 4:45 319
8 Mariah Carey - Fantasy (feat. O.D. B) 4:54 191
9 Mariah Carey - Hero 4:17 265,847
10 Mariah Carey - Dreamlover 3:54 120,932
11 Mariah Carey - I'll Be There (feat. Trey Lorenz) 4:26 6,360
11 Mariah Carey - I'll Be There 4:23 80,010
12 Mariah Carey - Emotions 4:08 97,819
13 Mariah Carey - I Don't Wanna Cry 4:49 51,885
13 Mariah Carey - Someday 4:06 73,153
14 Mariah Carey - Love Takes Time 3:48 71,443
15 Mariah Carey - Vision of Love 3:29 122,613
16 Mariah Carey - I Still Believe 3:54 71,977
17 Mariah Carey - Without You 3:32 235,689
18 Mariah Carey - Do You Know Where You're Going To 3:47 2,095
18 Mariah Carey - Do You Know Where You're Going To (Theme From "Mahogany") 3:47 1,891

About this album

#1s is the first compilation album by American singer-songwriter Mariah Carey, released by Columbia Records on November 17, 1998. The album contained Carey’s thirteen number one singles on the Billboard Hot 100, as well as four new songs. In Japan, #1s also included her popular single “All I Want for Christmas Is You”, which remained Carey’s biggest selling single there. Though showing the characteristics of a regular greatest hits album, Carey expressed a dislike for the track listing, which she called a large collection of her most commercial singles. Carey felt that if #1s was a traditional greatest hits album, then it would include other songs that did not reach number one, but were far more important in her career. She has regularly voiced her frustration with the song choices on the album, expressing her disappointment with the omission of her “favorite songs.”
Upon release, reviews for the album were mixed, with criticism directed towards both the new material and the decision to include only Carey’s number one hits in the United States. While receiving tepid reviews from music critics, the album became a large commercial success throughout the world. It debuted at number four on Billboard 200, number one in Japan, and in the top-ten throughout almost every major music market around the globe. #1s was certified five-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), denoting shipments of over five million copies throughout the United States.

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