Titanic (disambiguation)

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Titanic was an ocean liner that struck an iceberg and sank in the North Atlantic Ocean in 1912.


Titanic may also refer to:

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Other uses in music

  • Titanic (band), a Norwegian rock band
  • "Titanic", a method used in change ringing; when on 11 bells called "Titanic cinques" (pronounced "sinks")
  • Titanic Records, an American record label


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