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Katzenjammer German pronunciation: [ˈkaʦənˌjamɐ] is a German word literally meaning "cat's wail" (caterwaul) and hence "discordant sound", sometimes used to indicate a general state of depression or bewilderment. It has also been used as a term for a hangover, with the sufferer's groans of discomfort being humorously likened to a wailing cat.
It may refer to:
- In music
- Worbey & Farrell, previously known as Katzenjammer, a British piano musical comedy duo
- Katzenjammer (band), a Norwegian pop/folk band
- Katzenjammer Kabarett, a French dark cabaret/deathrock band
- "Katzenjammer", a song by Kyuss on the album Wretch. "Katzenjammer" was also the first name used by that band in the 1987–1989 era, before being called "Sons of Kyuss", and then, Kyuss.
- "Katzenjammer", a song by Big Talk on their debut album Big Talk
- Fred Katz and his Jammers, a 1959 jazz cello allbum
- Other uses
- Katzenjammer Cave, in the Makapansgat paleontological site
- Fran Katzenjammer, a fictional character in the British sitcom Black Books played by Tamsin Greig
- The Katzenjammer Kids, an American comic strip
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