Underground may refer to:

* Underground rapid transit system, urban railway
** London Underground, a metro system that covers the Greater London area
* Resistance movement, an opposition to an invader, a political position, or to a government
* Underground Railroad, a network of secret routes and safe houses used by 19th century slaves in the U.S. to escape to free states

In film:

* "Underground" (1995 film), directed by Emir Kusturica
* "Underground" (1941 film), directed by Vincent Sherman
* "Underground" (1928 film), directed by Anthony Asquith
* Underground (documentary film)

In music:

* "Underground" (Thelonious Monk album), a 1967 jazz recording by Thelonious Monk
* "Underground" (Keaggy album), a 1983 album by guitarist Phil Keaggy
* Underground (Britney Spears single), a 2008 single by Britney Spears.
* "Underground" (Analog Pussy album), a 2001 album by Analog Pussy
* "Underground" (Electric Prunes album), a 1967 album by The Electric Prunes
* "Underground" (soundtrack), soundtrack to the Emir Kusturica film by Goran Bregović
* "Underground" (song), a 1986 single by David Bowie featured in the film "Labyrinth"
* "Underground" (Ben Folds Five song), a 1995 song by Ben Folds Five
* The Underground (concert venue), a Christian-affiliated concert venue, operated in the Greater Cincinnati area
* The Union Underground, an inactive Rock band associated with WWE
* Underground Operations, a Toronto-based independent punk rock record label
* Underground Resistance, a musical collective from Detroit, Michigan
* Linkin Park Underground, the official fan club of the band Linkin Park
* Global Underground, a music label which symbolizes the international explosion of dance music during the 1990s

In television:
* "Underground" (Stargate Atlantis), a "Stargate Atlantis" television series episode
* "The Underground" (TV series), a sketch comedy show starring Damon Wayans.
* "TCM Underground", a late-night cult film showcase airing on Turner Classic Movies

In other media:

* "The Underground" ("Animorphs"), the seventeenth book in the "Animorphs" series by K.A. Applegate
* "Underground" (stories), a collection of non-fiction interviews compiled by Haruki Murakami
* "Underground" (role playing game), a satirical role playing game released by Mayfair Games in 1993
* "Underground" (book), a 1997 book by Suelette Dreyfus reconstructing the actions of a group of hackers
* "Underground" (novel), a 2006 Australian novel by Andrew McGahan
* "", the second in the "Medal of Honor series" by EA Games
* "", a video game published by Electronic Arts
* "", the sequel to Need for Speed: Underground
* "Tony Hawk's Underground", a video game published by Activision Studios
* "Tony Hawk's Underground 2", the sequel to THUG by Activision Studios

In subculture:

* Underground comix, small press or self-published comic books that began to appear in the US in the late 1960s
* Underground culture, a term to describe various alternative cultures
* Underground economy, commerce that is not taxed
* Underground film, cinema outside the commercial mainstream
* Underground hip hop, a style of hip hop music
* Underground living, living below the ground's surface
* Underground music, music that has a certain following despite a moderate commercial success
* Underground press, the alternative print media in the late 1960s and early 1970s
* UK underground, a 1960s countercultural movement in the United Kingdom

ee also

* Underground Atlanta, a nightspot in Atlanta, Georgia
* Karst topography, a landscape of distinctive dissolution patterns often marked by underground drainages
* Organized crime, crime carried out systematically by formal criminal organizations
* Underground city, a network of tunnels that connect buildings, usually in the downtown area of a city
* Subterranean (disambiguation)

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