Track - in Entertainment

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  • Separate audio signals recorded in a recording studio
  • Tracks (1976 film), an American film starring Dennis Hopper
  • Tracks (2013 film), an Australian film starring Mia Wasikowska
  • Tracks (Oscar Peterson album), 1970
  • Tracks (Liverpool Express album), 1976
  • Tracks (Bruce Springsteen album), 1998
  • Tracks (Bomb the Bass and Jack Dangers album), 1998
  • Tracks (Collin Raye album), 2000
  • "Tracks", a song by Gary Numan on his album The Pleasure Principle
  • Track Records, a record label founded in 1966 in London, England
  • Tracks (magazine), monthly Australian surf
  • Tracks (novel), written by Native American author Louise Erdrich
  • Tracks (Transformers), a Transformers character
  • Tracks Inc (Tracks Dance Theatre), based in Darwin, Australia
  • Tracks (animated short), a 2003 animated short film

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