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A hangover is an unpleasant physiological effect that often follows the extensive consumption of alcohol.
Hangover may also refer to:
- The Hangover (franchise), a series of comedy films
- Hangover (2010 film)
- Hangover (2014 film), an upcoming Indian film
- "Hangover" (Sanctuary), a season three episode of Sanctuary
- The Hangovers (band), a British indie music group formed in 1998
- The Hangovers, an a cappella group formed in 1968, and their eponymous 1970 album
- The Hangover (Funkoars album), a 2008 album by Funkoars
- The Hangover (Gilby Clarke album), a 1997 album by Gilby Clarke
- "Hangover", a 1961 song by The Flee-Rekkers
- "Hangover", a 1979 song by the band Max Webster, B-side to "Night Flights"
- "Hangover", a 1980 single by Mick Jackson
- "Hangover", a 1980 single by America
- "Hangover", a 1993 single by Betty Boo
- "Hangover", a 1983 song by Serious Drinking
- "Hangover", a 1984 song by Swans Way, B-side to "When the Wild Calls"
- "Hungover" (Jason White song), 2010
- "Hangover" (Taio Cruz song), a 2011 song by Taio Cruz featuring Flo Rida from the album TY.O
- "Hangover" (Starboy Nathan song), 2011
- "Hangover" (Psy song), a 2014 song by Psy featuring Snoop Dogg
- "Hungover", a song by Cascada from the album Original Me
- "Hungover" a song by Kesha, taken from the album Animal
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