Super Hits (disambiguation)

Super Hits (disambiguation)

Super Hits may refer to:

*Super Hits is a series of compilation albums issued by Sony-BMG.
*Super Hits (Big Audio Dynamite album)
*Super Hits (Alice Cooper album)
*Super Hits (Miles Davis album)
*Super Hits (Donovan album)
*Super Hits (Marvin Gaye album)
*Super Hits (George Jones album)
*Super Hits (Loverboy album)
*Super Hits (Eddie Money album)
*Super Hits (Lila McCann album)
*Super Hits (Wild Cherry album)
*SuperHits 650 CISL, on CISL (AM)

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