on the bandwagon

*on the bandwagon

Fig. on the popular side (of an issue); taking a popular position. (*Typically: be ~; climb ~; get ~; hop ~; jump ~.) You really should get on the bandwagon. Everyone else is. Jane has always had her own ideas about things. She's not the kind of person to jump on the bandwagon.
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on the bandwagon

mod. with the majority; following the latest fad. (Often with hop, get, climb, or jump.) Tom always has to climb on the bandwagon. He does no independent thinking.
See also: bandwagon, on
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Bandwagon users will now be able to find the latest music clips from hundreds of sites while they are on the Bandwagon Website for free.
This feature will enhance the content available on the Bandwagon sites, which includes video, music, ringtones, and a state-of-the-art online jukebox for music fans to enjoy on the internet and on the go.
If you want an edgier, cooler online community that focuses on unsigned and independent music, a place where you can create a personalised music jukebox, build your own profile, and even sell your own band's downloads, you need to jump on the Bandwagon.