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signature tune

Brit a melody used to introduce or identify a television or radio programme, a dance band, a performer, etc.
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One of his famous signature tunes was Lady of Spain.
The uninitiated can get a good sense of this from the titles of some of the band's signature tunes, which include "Beat On the Brat," "Now I Wanna Sniff Some Glue," "You're Gonna Kill That Girl," "Gimme Gimme Shock Treatment," and "I Wanna Be Sedated.
All other signature tunes are being mucked around with as well, as you will have read in your Sunday People newspaper of the year last week.
Featuring 5 of the group's signature tunes, this EP will satisfy old fans while turning on new enthusiasts to the band's catchy blend of rock and pop.
Mr Fouad, meanwhile, is ready to thrill the crowds next Wednesday with his signature tunes.
Cranking up the amps, the boys delivered a swaggering set, bursting with signature tunes, including Riverboat Song and a brilliant version of The Circle.
He spiced up the shows further with another of his signature tunes, It's Not Unusual, and let rip Elvis Presley's classic That's All Right.
The discs chart Holiday's rise from youthful-voiced girl who brought her own personality to even the slightest material (``Your Mother's Son-in- Law,'' ``Riffin' the Scotch'') to the languid, smoky-voiced artist able to invest layers of emotion and pathos to signature tunes (``God Bless the Child,'' ``Night and Day'').