hit parade


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hit parade

n.
A group or listing of the currently most popular or excellent items in given area, especially songs.

hit parade

n
(Pop Music) old-fashioned a listing or playing of the current most popular songs

hit′ parade`


n.
1. a listing of popular songs ranked according to their popularity.
2. any listing of popular or favorite persons or things.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.hit parade - a collection of the best or most popular people or items of a given kind
aggregation, collection, accumulation, assemblage - several things grouped together or considered as a whole
2.hit parade - a ranked list of the songs that are most popular at a given time
list, listing - a database containing an ordered array of items (names or topics)
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hit parade

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And he's still making music better than the kiddie X Factor nonsense they have in the hit parade.
1952: Britain's first hit parade was published in the New Musical Express.
I believe them to be The Applejacks, who were the first 'Brumbeat group' to chart in the hit parade with a record called 'Tell Me When'.
1982: Bucks Fizz topped the Hit Parade with My Camera Never Lies, knocking The Goombay Dance Band's Seven Tears off top spot.
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La capitale du royaume a abrite pour sa part le Maroc Hit Parade, un evenement culturel organise par l'association Dima-Maroc.
Perhaps they had high hopes of sailing to the top of the hit parade once more.
The Ben Fund supports injured riders in the UK and Berwick has topped the track collection hit parade for the last four seasons, raising around PS5,000 for the worthy cause.
The Blockheads @ The Scene Club, Swansea (April 27) AS backing band to the late Ian Dury, The Blockheads brought their magical mix of workingmen's club funk and white-boy dance grooves to such truly classic songs as What A Waste, Reasons To Be Cheerful (Part Three), Sex And Drugs And Rock And Roll and Hit Me With Your Rhythm Stick (top of the hit parade in 1979 and, to this day, one of the greatest moments of the post-punk era).
THE KOOKS YORK HALL, LONDON AFTER bursting onto the scene five years ago The Kooks made the top of the hit parade.
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He describes Your Hit Parade and other radio programs that charted the hit songs, and identifies fallacies each had in measuring the success of these songs.