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Loud may refer to:
- Loudness, the subjective quality of sound of great intensity
- Loud (TV series), a TV show on Canada's MuchMusic/A TV channel owned by CTVglobemedia
- Loud Mine, a gold mine in White County, Georgia
- Loud Township, Michigan, U.S.
- Loud Kiddington, a character from the animated television show Histeria!
- LOUD Technologies, an American audio equipment manufacturer
- River Loud, a river in Lancashire, England
- George A. Loud (1852–1925), U.S. Representative from Michigan
- LOUD (LCSEE Optimized Ubuntu Distribution), a Linux distribution used at West Virginia University
- Loud Tour, 2011 concert tour by Rihanna in support of the album Loud
- Loud Records, a subsidiary of SRC Records founded in 1992
- Loud (band), 1990s band featuring ex-New Model Army members Chris McLaughlin and Stuart Morrow
- Loudness (band), a Japanese rock band
- Loud (Rihanna album), 2010
- Loud (Half Japanese album), 1981
- Loud (Wicked Tinkers album), 1999
- Loud (Timo Maas album), 2001
- Loud, a 2000 album by Lexy & K-Paul
- "Loud" (Mac Miller song), 2012
- "Loud" (Shannon Noll song), 2007
- "Loud" (Stan Walker song), 2011
- "Loud", a song by Kutless from the 2008 album To Know That You're Alive
- "Loud", a 2013 song by R5
- "Loud", a 2007 single by Big & Rich from the album Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace
- "Loud", an additional song by Paulina Rubio included on some reissues of the album Brava!
- "Loud", a collaboration by several artists appearing on the 2012 album The Gates Mixed Plate by Tech N9ne
- "LOUD", a song by Sammy Hagar from the 2008 album Cosmic Universal Fashion
- "Loud", a 2006 single by Masters at Work with Beto Cuevas
- "Loud", a song by Matt Nathanson from the 1999 album Still Waiting for Spring
- "Loud", a song by Chocolate USA from the 1992 album All Jets Are Gonna Fall Today
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