Sonic boom (disambiguation)
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A sonic boom is a shockwave caused by an aircraft or other object travelling faster than sound.
Sonic boom may also refer to:
- Sonic the Hedgehog Boom: The Music from Sonic CD and Sonic Spinball, a 1994 video game soundtrack album
- "Sonic Boom", the theme tune in the American release of the 1993 video game Sonic the Hedgehog CD
- Sonic Boom (TV series), a 2014 animated TV series based on the Sonic the Hedgehog video game franchise.
- Sonic Boom (2014 video game), a 2014 video game for Nintendo Wii U and 3DS based on the television series
- Sonic Boom (Kiss album), a 2009 album by hard rock-band Kiss
- Sonic Boom (Lee Morgan album), a 1979 album by jazz trumpeter Lee Morgan
- Sonic Boom, Inc., a mobile entertainment developer and publisher
- Sonic Boom Six, a UK rock band
- "Sonic Boom," a song by the rock band Gear Daddies from their 1990 album Billy's Live Bait
- Sonic Boom (1987 video game), a scrolling shooter released for various platforms
- Sonic Boom, a music store and frequent meeting place for characters of the TV series Austin & Ally
- Peter Kember, a British musician more commonly known as Sonic Boom
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