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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'Wear Your Poppy With Pride' was released as a fundraising CD Single last November and raised thousands of pounds for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.
Simon Cowell's firm Syco will donate 100% of its profits from the sale of each CD single and download and also from streaming to charity Together for Short Lives.
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.
Their song, Teessiders, was being released on a CD single in time for the eagerly anticipated cup clash.
BITTER-SWEET: Michael's mum Frances, brothers Joseph and Liam and Alex Evans hold copies of the CD single. Right: Alex performs the song Pictures: GARETH JONES
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.
The Royal British Legion and the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association will receive 50p from every digital single and 40p from every CD single sold.
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.Josehendrix.webs.com or www.myspace.com/josehendrix.
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.
Gennaro Castaldo from HMV said: "Chances are that Alexandra will have the Christmas No.1 single in the bag before her CD single officially hits the stores in midweek."