- Music Bank (disambiguation)
Music Bank may refer to:
- Music Bank is a box set by the grunge band Alice in Chains.
- Music Bank (TV show), a South Korean music program by KBS.
- Music Bank: The Videos, a video release by the grunge band Alice in Chains, features all their videos until 1999.
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