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45 RPM or 45 rpm may refer to:
Vinyl record format
- Phonograph record (article about vinyl records)
- Single (music) (article about the 45 rpm record format)
- 45 RPM, band from Japan
- 45 rpm The first 45 pressed....PeeWee the Piccolo RCA 47-0146/0147 Album WY 344 (2 record set)
- RCA Victor Introductory Album 45 rpm records A set of 14 45 rpm 7 inch records which accompanied the RCA 9JY player of 1949. The artists (with record number) are Eddy Arnold (48-0001), Boston Pops (49-0527), Perry Como (52-0071), Tommy Dorsey / Tex Beneke (47-2798), Al Goodman (52-0021), Al Goodman (52-0022) Allan Jones (49-0201), Sammy Kaye, Freddy Martin / Vaughn Monroe (47-2799) Tony Martin (47-2853), Glenn Miller (47-2853), Sons of the Pioneers (48-0004), Wayne King / Three Suns (47-2800), Arturo Toscanini(49-0132). These sets are considered rare today (2017).
- RCA Victor First Anniversary Album 45 rpm records A set of 10 45 rpm 7 inch records to accompany the RCA 45EY player of 1950. Same contents as the introductory album without: Eddy Arnold, Tony Martin, Kiss me Kate or Skaters Waltz.
- 45 RPM: The Singles of The The, album by The The
- 45 RPM (album), album by Paul Van Dyk
- 45 RPM (Remixes Per Minute), bonus CD by Paul Van Dyk
- 45 rpm: The Singles, 1977–1979, album by The Jam
- 45 rpm: The Singles, 1980–1982, album by The Jam
- 45 rpm (title unknown) 1949 (performer unknown) RCA 48-0000
- 45 rpm Gaite Parisian 1949 Boston Pops RCA 49-0100
- 45 rpm That's Alright Mama 1949 Arthur Crudup RCA 50-0000
- 45 rpm Joyous Sabbath Songs 1949 Saul Meisels RCA 51-0000
- 45 rpm Student Prince Overture 1949 Al Goodman Orch. RCA 52-0000
- 45 RPM (song), song by The Poppy Fields (The Alarm)
- "45 RPM", song by Paul Van Dyk from the album above
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