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Rock Bottom may refer to:
- The culmination of a descent to a place where a person has nothing left to lose in terms of possessions, status, wealth and perhaps even shelter, food and warmth as a result of self-destructive behaviour. Alcohol and drug abuse are often contributing factors. References by musicians, companies and in movies (see below) could be an allusion to this.
- "Rock Bottom" (Babyface song)
- "Rock Bottom" (Lynsey de Paul and Mike Moran song), a song that came second at the Eurovision Song Contest 1977
- "Rock Bottom" (Wynonna Judd song)
- Rock Bottom (album), an album by Robert Wyatt
- Rock Bottom (album), an album by Little Walter
- "Rock Bottom", a song by Eminem from The Slim Shady LP
- "Rock Bottom", a song by the band Kiss from Dressed to Kill
- "Rock Bottom", a song by Scottish singer-songwriter Amy Macdonald
- "Rock Bottom", a song by Pleasure P
- "Rock Bottom", a song by Scooter
- "Rock Bottom" (UFO song), a song by the rock band UFO from their 1974 album Phenomenon
- Rock Bottom Entertainment, a Detroit-based rap group, who recently signed to Interscope
- "Let's Hear It for Rock Bottom", a song by The Offspring from the album Rise and Fall, Rage and Grace
- "Rock Bottom" (Elvin Bishop song from 1972 album Rock My Soul)
Movies and television
- Rock Bottom, a fictional television show featured on the "Homer: Bad Man" episode of The Simpsons
- "Rock Bottom?", an episode of Code Lyoko
- "Rock Bottom", an episode of SpongeBob SquarePants
- Rock Bottom, a cartoon character on the 1960s television cartoon series Felix the Cat
- "Rock Bottom", an episode of Transformers: Prime
- "Rock BOttom" Freddie Gibbs
- Rock Bottom Restaurants Inc., an American restaurant company
- The brew pub Rock Bottom Brewery, owned by Rock Bottom Restaurants Inc.
- The gimmick name for a Side slam in professional wrestling, when done by Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson
- Rock Bottom: In Your House, a professional wrestling PPV
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