Night Shift

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A night shift is either a group of workers night working, or the period in which they work.

Night Shift, Nightshift, or The Night Shift may also refer to:

Fiction and literature[edit]

Film, television and video games[edit]

Music[edit]

  • Night Shift (band), the Serbian rock band
  • The Nightshift, the 1960s band with Jeff Beck
  • Night Shift (album), the 1976 album by the rock band Foghat
  • Nightshift (album), the 1985 album by the Commodores
  • The Night Shift (concert), the concert series by the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
  • Nightshift, Scottish 1970s-80s Rock Band from Edinburgh: D. Williams, N. Gammack and 'Mr. Thomson'
  • Nightshift Project, German Elektro & experimental Techno band
  • Night Shift, the 2007 album by Danish band Turboweekend
  • "Night Shift", the 1976 song by Bob Marley & The Wailers from Rastaman Vibration
  • "Nightshift", the 1981 song by Siouxsie & The Banshees from Juju
  • "Nightshift", the 1998 song by South Park Mexican from Hustle Town
  • "Night Shift", the 2012 song by The Birthday Massacre released with Hide and Seek

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