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*Aurora (song): A 1999 by the Foo Fighters from the album ''There Is Nothing Left to Lose''.
 
*Aurora (song): A 1999 by the Foo Fighters from the album ''There Is Nothing Left to Lose''.
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*Aurora (UK band): A 1980s English progressive rock band which recorded one eponymous demo.
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This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same or a similar title.
  • Developing Article Aurora (album): A 1969 psychedelic rock studio album by American band Stained Glass. [e]
  • Developing Article Aurora (astronomy): Natural light displays in the sky, usually observed at night, particularly in the polar regions. [e]
  • Stub Aurora (band): A 1980s jazz fusion supergroup, featuring Don Preston (keyboards), Peter Erskine (drums), Marty Krystal (saxophonist), and Buell Neidlinger (bass guitar). [e]
  • Developing Article Aurora (mythology): The Latin word for 'dawn', and the goddess of dawn in Roman mythology and Latin poetry. [e]
  • Aurora (song): A 1999 by the Foo Fighters from the album There Is Nothing Left to Lose.
  • Aurora (UK band): A 1980s English progressive rock band which recorded one eponymous demo.

See also:

  • Stub Aurora Borealis: Visible light stimulated by the interaction of the solar wind and the upper atmosphere, around the North Magnetic Pole. [e]