White Heat (disambiguation)

White Heat (disambiguation)

White Heat may refer to:

In film:

* "White Heat", a 1949 film starring James Cagney

In music:

* "White Light/White Heat", a 1968 album by The Velvet Underground
* "White Heat" (album), a 1982 album by Dusty Springfield
* White Heat (nightclub), an indie nightclub based in Soho, London
* "White Heat", a song from Madonna's album "True Blue

In literature:

* "White Heat" (book), a book by English chef and restaurateur Marco Pierre White


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