Carey was an unstoppable force throughout the 1990s with a string of seven multi-platinum albums, including two that achieved diamond certification: “Music Box” (1993) and “Daydream” (1995). But then came “Glitter,” the 2001 album that accompanied her critically panned film of the same name. Though it still went platinum, it was a disappointment relative to her past hits. She ended up with a Razzie Award for the film and was dropped by her label, Virgin Records.
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She redeemed herself in 2005 with “The Emancipation of Mimi,” which returned her to