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Shout or Shouts may refer to:
- Shout (sound), a loud vocalization
Films and television
- The Shout, a 1978 film by Jerzy Skolimowski
- Shout (film), a 1991 movie starring John Travolta
- Shout, a character on the children's television series The Fresh Beat Band
- Shout (Black gospel music), a form of exuberant, fast-paced church music originating among slaves in the southern United States.
- Shout (band), a Christian rock band in the late 1980s
- Shout Records, a record label
- Shout! The Mod Musical , a Broadway musical featuring songs from the 1960s
- Shout! The Legend of The Wild One, a musical based on the life of Johnny O'Keefe
- "Shout" (Ant & Dec song), by PJ & Duncan
- "Shout" (Isley Brothers song), by the Isley Brothers, covered by Lulu, The Beatles and many others
- "Shout" (Tears for Fears song), by Tears for Fears, covered by many artists, including as "Shout 2000" by Disturbed
- "Shout" (Black Tide song)
- Shout (Shout for England song), an unofficial England national football team Fifa World Cup 2010 anthem
- "Shout!", B-side of Depeche Mode's single "New Life"
- "Shout", B-side of Michael Jackson's single "Cry"
- "Shouts", a song by P.O.D. from The Fundamental Elements of Southtown
- "Shout!!!", a Japanese song by Idoling
- Alfred Shout (1882–1915), Australian soldier awarded the Victoria Cross
- Shout (magazine), a magazine for teenage girls in the United Kingdom
- Shout!: The Beatles in Their Generation, a book by Philip Norman
- Shout NY, a magazine from New York City in the late 1990s and early 1960s
- An Australian, British, Canadian, Irish, and New Zealand term referring to buying a round of drinks
- Shout, a household cleaning product produced by S. C. Johnson
- Shout, or ring shout, a religious dance originating among African slaves in the Americas
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