The White Album (disambiguation)
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"The White Album" is the popular name for The Beatles' self-titled 1968 album.
The White Album may also refer to:
- The White Album (Valensia album)
- The White Album (Lewis Black album)
- The White Album (The Bob & Tom Show album)
- The White Album (film), a 2004 documentary starring Shaun White
- The White Album (book), a book of essays by Joan Didion
- White Album (visual novel), a 1998 visual novel developed by Leaf, and manga and anime adaptations
- Lightning to the Nations or The White Album, a 1980 album by Diamond Head
- Fleetwood Mac or The White Album, a self-titled 1975 album by Fleetwood Mac
Other "White Albums"
- Neu! (album), an eponymous debut album sometimes referred to as "The White Album"
- Dandys Rule OK, a 1995 album by The Dandy Warhols, sometimes referred to as "The White Album
- The White Albun, a 2004 album by TISM
- The Whitey Album, a 1988 album by Ciccone Youth
- The White Tape, a 1986 album by Phish
- The White Album, a 2014 album by Hillsong United
Other colored albums
- The Black Album (disambiguation)
- The Grey Album, a mashup album by Danger Mouse that combines Jay-Z's The Black Album with The Beatles
- The Brown Album (disambiguation)
- They Might Be Giants (album), the band's 1986 eponymous debut album, sometimes known as "The Pink Album"
- Sunny Day Real Estate or LP2, a 1995 album by Sunny Day Real Estate, also referred to as "The Pink Album"
- The Red Album (disambiguation)
- The Orange Album, the 2006 debut album of Stefy
- The Cost of Loving, a 1987 album by The Style Council sometimes referred to as "The Orange Album"
- The Yellow Album, a 1998 soundtrack album for The Simpsons
- The Yellow Album, a 2005 soundtrack album for SpongeBob SquarePants
- The Green Album (disambiguation)
- The Blue Album (disambiguation)
- The Purple Album, a 2006 album by Purple City
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