Painkiller (disambiguation)

Painkiller (disambiguation)

Painkiller may refer to:
* Analgesic – referring to painkiller medication
* Painkiller (band) – a band fronted by John Zorn and Bill Laswell
* "Painkiller" (album) – an album by Judas Priest
** "Painkiller" – a song by Judas Priest taken from the above album
* "Painkiller" (Krokus album) – an album by Krokus
* "Painkiller" (Freestylers song) – a song by Freestylers featuring Pendulum and SirReal
* "Painkiller" – a 2003 single by Turin Brakes
* "Painkiller" – the B-side of "Barrel of a Gun", a single by Depeche Mode
* Painkiller (video game) – a first person shooter for the PC and Xbox
* Painkiller (cocktail) – a rum cocktail.

Pain Killer may refer to:
* "Pain Killer" (Energy Orchard album) – an album by Energy Orchard
* "Pain Killer" (Futon album) – an album by Futon

Painkillers may refer to:
*"Painkillers", a song by Cannibal Ox from their 2001 album "The Cold Vein"
*"Painkillers", a song by Everlast, from his 1998 album "Whitey Ford Sings the Blues"
*"Painkillers", 1993 album by Babes in Toyland

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