Solitude (disambiguation)

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Solitude is a state of personal isolation from others. It may also refer to:

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In music[edit]




  • "(In My) Solitude", a 1934 song composed by Duke Ellington, with lyrics by Eddie DeLange and Irving Mills
  • "Solitude", a song by Black Sabbath from their album Master of Reality
  • "Solitude", a song by Candlemass from their album Epicus Doomicus Metallicus
  • "Solitude", a song by Days of the New from their 1997 album Days of the New (also known as the Orange Album)
  • "Solitude", a song by Edwin McCain from his album Honor Among Thieves
  • "Solitude", a song by Evanescence from their EP album Evanescence
  • "Solitude", a song by Iced Earth from their album Days of Purgatory
  • "Solitude", a song by Jerry Cantrell from his album Degradation Trip Volumes 1 & 2
  • "Solitude", a song by Moi Dix Mois from their album Dix Infernal
  • "Solitude", a song by M83 from their album Junk
  • "Solitude" (ja), a 1985 song by Akina Nakamori
  • "Solitude", a song by Stigmata from their album Silent Chaos Serpentine
  • "Solitude Is Bliss", a song by Tame Impala
  • "Safety in Solitude", a track by Plaid from the original soundtrack of Tekkon Kinkreet
  • "Two Solitudes", a song by Level 42 from their album Running in the Family


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