CD single


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CD single


n.
a compact disc, usu. three inches in diameter, containing one or two popular songs. Compare single (def. 21).
[1990–95]
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ONE Direction made it to the Houses of Parliament last night after a video of Band Aid 30 was projected onto the landmark to signal the release of the song's CD single.
The 43 year-old mum-of-two has recorded a CD single and been offered a modelling contract - but insists she prefers politics to the glitzy lights of showbiz.
He said: "The song has been extremely well received at my concerts since then, so releasing it as a fundraising CD Single is a way of making a positive contribution through my music, and I'm proud to be supporting the Poppy Appeal.
Their song, Teessiders, was being released on a CD single in time for the eagerly anticipated cup clash.
In addition, John Lewis will launch a CD single of Gabrielle Aplin's version of The Power of Love, made famous by Frankie Goes to Hollywood.
Supermarkets played a major role in making the Military Wives Christmas number one the biggest-selling CD single for more than a year.
The first CD single launched from a unique virtual collaboration working across two continents called "When It Feels" is now available on Jose's Web site: www.
SCHOOLCHILDREN from Liverpool will spread their anti-gun and knife crime message when they launch their own CD single in Williamson Square tomorrow .
The five-piece band has also written and recorded a new CD single, Heroes, copies of which will be sold on the night to boost the fundraising effort.
1 single in the bag before her CD single officially hits the stores in midweek.
Nor is the CD single the only thing that's coming to an end.
The group will axe the CD single from its shelves from August as demand for the format has plummeted in recent years amid the soaring popularity of digital downloading.