Loud may refer to:
- Loudness, the subjective quality of sound of great intensity
- Loud (TV series), a TV show on Canada's MuchMusic/A TV channel owned by CTVglobemedia
- Loud Mine, a gold mine in White County, Georgia
- Loud Township, Michigan, U.S.
- Loud Kiddington, a character from the animated television show Histeria!
- LOUD Technologies, an American audio equipment manufacturer
- River Loud, a river in Lancashire, England
- George A. Loud (1852–1925), U.S. Representative from Michigan
- LOUD (LCSEE Optimized Ubuntu Distribution), a Linux distribution used at West Virginia University
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Other articles related to "loud":
... Band Title Catalog number Release date Sham 69 Live and Loud!! LINK LP 1987 ... Cock Sparrer Live and Loud!! LINK LP 05 The Meteors Live and Loud!! LINK LP 06 Bad Manners Live and Loud ...
... Australian CD Single "Like It Loud" "Boys Don't Cry" (M ... Tolhurst) "Like It Loud" (Boy Printz Remix) "Like It Loud" (A Capella mix) ...
... "Like It Loud" is the debut single by Australian singer Cassie Davis, taken from her debut album album Differently ... Can Dance Australia performing "Like It Loud" ...
... As the CEO and founder of Loud Records in 1991, Rifkind positioned himself as a major tastemaker in a new era of hip hop music and culture ... Designed as a bi-coastal hip-hop label focused on "street-themed" hip-hop, Loud was influential in launching the careers of several hip-hop stars in ... With Loud, Rifkind used the techniques he had developed at SRC to bring his artists success in branding and cross-promoting themselves ...
... Many jurisdictions have laws defining loud music as a criminal offense, typically a misdemeanor ... The exact definition of what constitutes a loud music violation varies by location, either at a certain volume (measured in decibels) or the distance from the source at ... The amount of effort put forth by law enforcement members in dealing with loud music also varies by location ...
Famous quotes containing the word loud:
“Then pealed the bells more loud and deep:
God is not dead; nor doth He sleep;
The wrong shall fail,
The right prevail,
With peace on earth, good will to men.”
—Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (18091882)
“And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?”
—Bible: New Testament Matthew, 27:46.
The words of Jesus were anticipated in Psalms 22:1.
“Let us be different in our homes. Let us realize that along with food, shelter, and clothing, we have another obligation to our children, and that is to affirm their rightness. The whole world will tell them whats wrong with themout loud and often. Our job is to let our children know whats right about them.”
—Adele Faber (20th century)