List of European Number-one Hits of 1994

This is a list of the European Music & Media magazine's European Hot 100 Singles and European Top 100 Albums number-ones of 1994.

Issue Date Song Artist Album Artist
1 January "I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" Meat Loaf So Far So Good Bryan Adams
8 January
15 January
22 January "All for Love" Bryan Adams, Rod Stewart & Sting
29 January
5 February
12 February
19 February
26 February
5 March
12 March
19 March
26 March "Move on Baby" Cappella Music Box Mariah Carey
2 April "Streets of Philadelphia" Bruce Springsteen
9 April
16 April
23 April The Division Bell Pink Floyd
30 April
7 May
14 May
21 May
28 May "Without You" Mariah Carey
4 June
11 June "The Real Thing" 2 Unlimited Music Box Mariah Carey
18 June
25 June
2 July "Baby, I Love Your Way" Big Mountain
9 July "Love Is All Around" Wet Wet Wet
16 July
23 July
30 July Voodoo Lounge Rolling Stones
6 August
13 August
20 August
27 August
3 September
10 September End of Part One: Their Greatest Hits Wet Wet Wet
17 September
24 September The 3 Tenors In Concert 1994 Carreras/Domingo/Pavarotti with Mehta
1 October
8 October
15 October
22 October "Saturday Night" Whigfield Monster R.E.M.
29 October
5 November "Always" Bon Jovi
12 November Cross Road Bon Jovi
19 November
26 November
3 December
10 December "Cotton Eye Joe" Rednex
17 December
24 December
31 December
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