Broken may refer to:

In music:

* "Broken" (Nine Inch Nails EP) (1992), by industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails
** "Broken" (film) (1993), a music video based on the Nine Inch Nails album
* "Broken" (Lifehouse song) (2007), by post-grunge band Lifehouse
* "Broken" (Kelly Rowland song) (2008), by US singer Kelly Rowland
* "Broken" (Seether song) (2004), by post-grunge band Seether featuring Amy Lee
* "Broken" (12 Stones song) (2002), by post-grunge band 12 Stones
* "Broken" (Sonata Arctica song) (2003), from Finnish power metal band Sonata Arctica's "Winterheart's Guild" album
* "Broken (and other rogue states)" (2005), by Canadian singer-songwriter Luke Doucet
* "Broken" (demo) (1993), by Canadian rock musician Matthew Good
* Broken Records, a Christian record label

In other contexts:

* Broken (2007 film)
* "Broken" (novel) (2006), the sixth in Kelley Armstrong's "Women of the Otherworld" fantasy series
* "Broken" ("CSI" episode) (2002), an episode of "CSI: Miami"
* Broken River (disambiguation), various places

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