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Mainstream is, generally, the common current thought including that of the majority.
Mainstream may also refer to:
- Mainstream (fanzine), a science fiction fanzine
- Mainstream Publishing, a Scottish publisher
- Mainstream, a 1943 book by Hamilton Basso
- Mainstream jazz, a term coined in the 1950s to describe the form of jazz which was a continuation of the Swing era
- Mainstream (band), a late-1990s British shoegazer band, or their first album
- Mainstream (Fullerton College Jazz Band album), 1994
- Mainstream (Lloyd Cole and the Commotions album), 1987
- Mainstream (Quiet Sun album), 1975
- Mainstream EP, an EP by Metric, 1998
- Mainstream Records, an American record label
- "Mainstream", a song by Thea Gilmore from Avalanche
- Mainstream Renewable Power, a Dublin based renewable energy development company
- Mainstream media
- Mainline Protestant or "mainstream American Protestant" denominations
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