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Swiss Hitparade

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The Swiss Hitparade (German: Schweizer Hitparade) are Switzerland's main music sales charts. The charts are a record of the highest-selling singles and albums in various genres in Switzerland.

The Swiss charts include:

  • Singles Top 75 (released since 1968)
  • Albums Top 100 (released since late 1983)
  • Compilations Top 25
  • Airplay Top 30

Since 2010, Hitparade's compiler Media Control has also set up Les charts, a record chart of the highest-selling singles and albums in Romandie, the Francophone region of Switzerland:

  • Romandie Singles Top 20
  • Romandie Albums Top 50

The charts are updated weekly on Sundays, and are posted publicly on the preceding Wednesday mornings.[clarification needed]

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