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Type of release, typically a song recording of fewer tracks than an LP record or an album. Wikipedia

  • Extended play or an album. Compiled by the British Market Research Bureau who had been compiling the charts throughout the 1970s. Wikipedia

  • List of best-selling singles of the 1970s in the United Kingdom

    Extended play or an album. Compiled by the British Market Research Bureau from the sales data of a representative panel of record shops across the country, starting with about 250 shops at the beginning of the decade and increasing to around 450 stores by 1979. Wikipedia

  • Extended play

    EP, is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single, but is usually unqualified as an album or LP. Artist to produce than an album. Wikipedia

  • List of best-selling singles of the 1950s in the United Kingdom

    Extended play or album; during the 1950s, sales of singles in the United Kingdom were compiled by the magazine New Musical Express , and published weekly as a record chart. Founded in 1952 by Percy Dickins of NME, who wanted to imitate the hit parade that featured in the American magazine Billboard; before this, the popularity of a song had been measured by its sales of sheet music. Wikipedia

  • American recording artist CeCe Peniston entered the music industry as a backup vocalist on the Overweight Pooch's album Female Preacher, released in July 1991 on A&M Records. Featured on the B-side to 12-inch single "I Can't Take the Power" by a male rapper, Marvelous JC. Wikipedia

  • Album

    Collection of audio recordings issued as a collection on compact disc , vinyl, audio tape, or another medium. Albums of recorded music were developed in the early 20th century as individual 78-rpm records collected in a bound book resembling a photograph album; this format evolved after 1948 into single vinyl LP records played at 33 1⁄3 rpm. Wikipedia

  • Short vinyl record album or LP, usually retailing at a lower price than an album that would be considered full-length. Distinct from an EP due to containing more tracks and a slightly longer running length. Wikipedia

  • Piece of music that has been placed on a CD, audio cassette, LP record or other recorded medium in such a way as to avoid detection by the casual listener. In some cases, the piece of music may simply have been left off the track listing, while in other cases more elaborate methods are used. Wikipedia

  • Front of the packaging of a commercially released audio recording product, or album. The term can refer to either the printed cardboard covers typically used to package sets of 10 in and 12 in 78-rpm records, single and sets of 12 in LPs, sets of 45 rpm records (either in several connected sleeves or a box), or the front-facing panel of a CD package, and, increasingly, the primary image accompanying a digital download of the album, or of its individual tracks. Wikipedia

  • The London Chuck Berry Sessions

    Album of studio recordings and live recordings by Chuck Berry, released by Chess Records in October 1972 as LP record, 8 track cartridge and audio cassette. Side one of the album consists of studio recordings, engineered by Geoff Calver; side two features three live performances recorded by the Pye Mobile Unit, engineered by Alan Perkins, on February 3, 1972, at the Lanchester Arts Festival in Coventry, England. Wikipedia

  • Animal Tracks (American album)

    The Animals' third album in the United States released as both LP Record and Reel to reel tape. Hodge-podge of the group's recent hit singles mixed in with tracks of assorted vintage that had not been included on either of The Animals' first two U.S. albums. Wikipedia

  • List of songs recorded by Guillemots

    , the indie rock band Guillemots have recorded more than 80 songs for their four studio albums and other official releases. Formed in November 2004, with their first official material being I Saw Such Things in My Sleep, an extended play released in September 2005. Wikipedia

  • Spanish Album

    LP album consisting of tracks assembled from previous albums by The Sandpipers, released by A&M Records in 1969. Most of the tracks were Spanish translations of songs better-known in the United States in English. Wikipedia

  • Black Future

    First full-length album recorded by the technical thrash metal band Vektor, released in 2009 on Heavy Artillery records with a special edition double vinyl LP release in 2010. Earache Records reissued the album in 2013. Wikipedia

  • Lost on You

    Song recorded by American recording artist LP. Released on November 20, 2015, as the second single from her third extended play, Death Valley and the fourth studio album of the same name . Wikipedia

  • Recommended Records Sampler

    Sampler double album by various artists released by English independent record label Recommended Records on LP in 1982. It contains tracks by musicians and groups on the Recommended Records catalogue at the time. Wikipedia

  • Venus (Lady Gaga song)

    Song recorded by American singer Lady Gaga for her third studio album, Artpop . Written and produced by Gaga, along with other songwriters including: Paul "DJ White Shadow" Blair, Madeon, Dino Zisis, Nick Monson, and Sun Ra. Wikipedia

  • Double album

    Audio album which spans two units of the primary medium in which it is sold, typically records and compact disc. Usually, though not always, released as such because the recording is longer than the capacity of the medium. Wikipedia

  • Operetta for the Theatre Organ

    Album released by Leonard MacClain in 1957 on Epic Records LP record LN 3372. On release, J. Albert Fracht reviewed the album as "full of good playing." Wikipedia

  • 1+1 (song)

    Song recorded by American recording artist Beyoncé for her fourth studio album, 4 . Released by Columbia Records in the United States on May 25, 2011, as a promotional single. Wikipedia

  • Desperado (Rihanna song)

    Song recorded by Barbadian singer Rihanna for her eighth studio album, Anti . Written and produced by Mick Schultz with additional writing by Krystin "Rook Monroe" Watkins, Rihanna, James Fauntleroy and Derrus Rachel. Wikipedia

  • Doo-Wops & Hooligans

    Debut studio album by American singer-songwriter Bruno Mars, which was released on October 4, 2010 by Atlantic and Elektra Records. After the release of the EP It's Better If You Don't Understand (2010), Mars' writing and production team The Smeezingtons began working on the album with Needlz, Supa Dups and Jeff Bhasker as producers. Wikipedia

  • List of best-selling albums of the 1950s in the United Kingdom

    Defined by the Official Charts Company as being a type of music release that features more than four tracks and lasts longer than 25 minutes; from July 1956, sales of albums in the United Kingdom were monitored by music magazine Record Mirror. From November 1958, album sales were also compiled by music magazine Melody Maker. Wikipedia

  • Photographs (Casiopea album)

    Ninth album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1983. CASIOPEA are Wikipedia

  • Rolling in the Deep

    Song recorded by English singer-songwriter Adele for her second studio album, 21. Lead single and opening track on the album. Wikipedia

  • Hoedown Throwdown

    Song performed by American recording artist Miley Cyrus. Released as a single from the soundtrack for Hannah Montana: The Movie. Wikipedia

  • Sun Sun

    15th album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1986. Casiopea are Wikipedia

  • List of best-selling albums of the 1960s in the United Kingdom

    Defined by the Official Charts Company as being a type of music release that features more than four tracks and lasts longer than 25 minutes; during the 1960s, sales of albums in the United Kingdom were compiled by several different magazines, including New Musical Express (NME), Record Retailer, Melody Maker, Disc and Record Mirror. First officially published on February 1969 when Record Retailers and the BBC jointly commissioned the British Market Research Bureau to record sales of albums. Wikipedia

  • Down Upbeat

    12th album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1984. CASIOPEA are Wikipedia

  • Jive Jive

    Tenth album by Casiopea, recorded and released in 1983. CASIOPEA are Wikipedia


Sentences forSingle (music)

  • By 1949, when the 45 rpm single and 331⁄3 rpm LP were competing formats, seven-inch 45 rpm singles had a maximum playing time of only about four minutes per side.Extended play-Wikipedia
  • If a pop or rock album contained tracks released separately as commercial singles, they were conventionally placed in particular positions on the album.Album-Wikipedia
  • There is also typically at least one interview or feature, as well as a section called "Download This", highlighting several singles available for download from the Internet.Entertainment Weekly-Wikipedia
  • The term is particularly associated with popular music where separate tracks are known as album tracks; the term is also used for other formats such as EPs and singles.Album-Wikipedia
  • These releases charted on the Greek Singles Chart (before it abandoned tracking altogether) with songs released as singles.CD single-Wikipedia
  • The market size of music videos is considerably smaller than audio albums and audio singles.Music video-Wikipedia
  • The original CD single (sometimes mini CD single or 3-inch CD or CD3 in the US) is a music single released on a mini Compact Disc that measures 8 cm in diameter, rather than the standard 12 cm.CD single-Wikipedia
  • An extended play record, often referred to as an EP, is a musical recording that contains more tracks than a single, but is usually unqualified as an album or LP.Extended play-Wikipedia
  • A CD single (sometimes abbreviated to CDS) is a music single in the form of a compact disc.CD single-Wikipedia
  • The term "single" came into popular use with the advent of vinyl records in the early 1950s.A-side and B-side-Wikipedia
  • This resulted in a reduction in the number of singles released in 7-inch format; the most common three formats were 12-inch single, cassette and CD, or a cassette and two CD versions.UK Singles Chart-Wikipedia
  • The 1980s also saw the introduction of the cassette single (or "cassingle") alongside the 7-inch and 12-inch record formats; in 1987, major record labels developed a common format for the compact disc single.UK Singles Chart-Wikipedia
  • To be eligible for the chart, a single is currently defined by the Official Charts Company (OCC) as either a 'single bundle' having no more than four tracks and not lasting longer than 25 minutes or one digital audio track not longer than 15 minutes with a minimum sale price of 40 pence.UK Singles Chart-Wikipedia
  • Hunter scored several hits for Dot, including the US #1 single, "Young Love" (1957), and to Warner Bros.' chagrin, reporters were primarily asking about the hit record, rather than Hunter's latest Warner movie.Warner Records-Wikipedia
  • Rock and roll arrived at a time of considerable technological change, soon after the development of the electric guitar, amplifier and microphone, and the 45 rpm record.Rock and roll-Wikipedia
  • The threshold quantity varies by type (such as album, single, music video) and by nation or territory (see List of music recording certifications).Music recording certification-Wikipedia
  • The Hot 100 currently combines single sales, radio airplay, digital downloads, and streaming activity (including data from YouTube and other video sites).Billboard charts-Wikipedia
  • Despite these efforts, the 45 succeeded only in replacing the 78 as the format for singles.LP record-Wikipedia
  • Both the microgroove LP 33 1⁄3 rpm record and the 45 rpm single records are made from vinyl plastic that is flexible and unbreakable in normal use, even when they are sent through the mail with care from one place to another.Phonograph record-Wikipedia
  • After Madonna signed a singles deal with Sire, her debut single, "Everybody", was released in October 1982, and the second, "Burning Up", in March 1983.Madonna (entertainer)-Wikipedia
  • The Hues Corporation's 1974 "Rock the Boat", a US number-one single and million-seller, was another one of the early disco songs to reach number one.Disco-Wikipedia
  • A cover version of Chuck Berry's "Come On" was the Rolling Stones' first single, released on 7 June 1963.The Rolling Stones-Wikipedia
  • The terms A-side and B-side refer to the two sides of 78, 45, and 331⁄3 rpm phonograph records, or cassettes, whether singles, extended plays (EPs), or long-playing (LP) records.A-side and B-side-Wikipedia
  • The short-playing but convenient 7 in 45 rpm microgroove vinyl single was introduced by RCA Victor in 1949.Sound recording and reproduction-Wikipedia
  • Until 1998, any songs placed on the chart had to be physically available as a single.Record chart-Wikipedia
  • The first official designation of a "gold record" by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) was established for singles in 1958, and the RIAA also trademarked the term "gold record" in the United States.Music recording certification-Wikipedia
  • At the industry level, in 1958 the Recording Industry Association of America introduced its gold record award program for records of any kind, albums or singles, which achieved one million dollars in retail sales.Music recording certification-Wikipedia
  • Many rock artists do not release commercial singles in the United States.Alternative Songs-Wikipedia
  • Though all certifying bodies give awards for album sales or shipments, many also certify singles, paid digital downloads, music videos, music DVDs, and master ringtones.List of music recording certifications-Wikipedia
  • The charts are a record of the highest selling singles and albums in various genres.Australian Recording Industry Association-Wikipedia

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