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Contraband refers to goods which are illegal to possess or trade.
Contraband may also refer to:
- Contraband (1925 film), a lost silent film
- Contraband (1940 film), a Powell and Pressburger film
- Contraband (1980 film), an Italian crime drama directed by Lucio Fulci
- Contraband (2012 film), an American film
- Contraband (band), a short-lived supergroup formed in the early 1990s
- Contraband, an Australian hard rock band previously known as Finch
- Contraband (big band), a progressive big band led by trombonist Willem van Manen
- Contraband (Golden Earring album), a 1976 release from the Dutch rock band
- Contraband (Velvet Revolver album), the 2004 debut album from rock band Velvet Revolver
- Contraband (Madcon album), re;eased in 2010 by the Norwegian urban music duo Madcon
- "Contraband", a track from Mad Caddies' 2003 album Just One More
- Contraband, debut album for Spliff Star, released in 2008
- Contraband (coal mine), items which for safety reasons are not allowed to be taken underground in a coal mine
- Contraband (American Civil War), a status for fugitive slaves behind Union lines in Confederate territory during the American Civil War
- Contraband Bayou, a large bayou in Louisiana, United States
- Contraband (performance group), a dance-based performance ensemble from San Francisco
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