Brain damage (disambiguation)
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Brain damage is the destruction or degeneration of brain cells.
Brain damage or Brain Damage may also refer to:
Film and TV
- Brain Damage (film), a 1988 comedy horror film by Frank Henenlotter
- Brain Damage Films, an Arizona-based horror film distributor and production company
- "Brain Damage", a comedic routine by Bill Cosby from Bill Cosby: Himself
- Brain Damage (band), a French psychedelic rock band formed in 1977
- Brain Damage Sound System, a French dub band formed in 1999
- Brain Damage, an album by Vendetta
- "Brain Damage" (song), a song by Pink Floyd from The Dark Side of the Moon
- "Brain Damage", a song by Eminem from The Slim Shady LP
- "Brain Damage", a song by Fist (band) 1980
- "Brain Damage", a song by The Radiators (Australian band) 1981
- "Brain Damage", a song by Brewer and Shipley 1975
- Brain injury, any injury occurring in the brain of a living organism
- Brain Damage (wrestler) or Marvin Lambert (1977–2012), American professional wrestler
- Brain Damage (comic), a British adult comic that was published monthly from 1989 to 1992
- Brian Damage or Brian Keats (1963–2010), punk rock drummer
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