Push Push

Push Push may refer to:

  • Push Push (band), a rock band from New Zealand
  • Push Push (album), a jazz album (and song) by Herbie Mann
  • "Push Push", from Cinderella's album Night Songs
  • "Push Push (Lady Lightning)", from the self-titled Bang Camaro (album)
  • "Push Push" (song), a song by Kat DeLuna from her album Inside Out
  • "Push Push" (Sistar song)
  • Push! Push!, Korean film

Other articles related to "push, push push":

Kurt Nilsen - Discography - Singles
... Live "Boys Of Summer" 12 — — — — — — — — — 2007 "Push, Push" 1 — — — — — — — — — Push Push "Silence" 9 ...
Kat De Luna - Music Career - 2009–2012: Inside Out (Europe/Japan Release) and #1 Breakout Billboard Dance Chart
... In April 2010 DeLuna released "Push Push" featuring Akon, the lead single from her second album ... the song to recent releases by Lady Gaga, saying, "Push Push," the first single from DeLuna's Inside Out album starts out with some "oh-oh-oh's" that wouldn't sound out ... "Push Push" was produced by Radio, but it still contains some of RedOne's signature sounds." The single achieved some commercial success internationally ...
Push, Nevada - Cast of Characters
... Jim Prufrock a mild-mannered IRS agent who travelled to Push, Nevada to investigate a fax that was accidentally sent to his office ... Dwight Sloman a crooked businessman, owner of many of Push's establishments (including the Versailles Casino, and the Slo-Dance Bar), and as we find out later, he is Mary's ... Job an "honest mechanic" in the town of Push ...
1992 In New Zealand - Arts and Literature - Music - New Zealand Music Awards
... Exponents – Why Does Love Do This To Me Headless Chickens - Cruise Control Push Push - Trippin Best Male Vocalist Jordan Luck – (The Exponents) Mikey Havoc (Push Push ...

Famous quotes containing the word push:

    Do not push so fast ahead, do slow down a bit! Otherwise you won’t catch up with yourselves.
    Franz Grillparzer (1791–1872)

    The rain to the wind said,
    “You push and I’ll pelt.”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)