Future Shock (disambiguation)
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Future Shock is a bestselling 1970 book by futurist Alvin Toffler.
Future Shock may also refer to:
- Future Shock (Gillan album), 1981
- Future Shock (Herbie Hancock album), 1983
- Future Shock (EP), a 1980 EP by The Gordons
- The title track, written by Curtis Mayfield and originally recorded by Mayfield on his 1973 album Back to the World
- Future Shock, the 1985 reissue of the 1980 New Wave compilation album Hicks from the Sticks
- "Future Shock", a Stanley Clarke song from his 1984 album Time Exposure
- "Future Shock", a song by Stratovarius from the 1989 album Fright Night
- "Future Shock (Dance Your Pants Off)", a 1975 funk song recorded by Maceo Parker
- "Future Shock", a song by White Zombie from Let Sleeping Corpses Lie
- "Future Shock", a musical project composed by William Brittelle
- "Future Shock", a 1974 single from the album The Handsome Devils by Hello People
Film and televisionEdit
- Future Shock (film), a 1972 documentary film on Toffler's book
- Future Shock! The Story of 2000AD, a 2015 documentary about the history of British comic 2000AD
- Future Shock (TV series), a music and dance variety show hosted by James Brown from 1976 to 1978
- "Future Shock" (FlashForward), the series finale of the science fiction series FlashForward
- "Future Shock" (Static Shock), the opening episode of the fourth season of Static Shock
- "Future Shock", a season four episode of Totally Spies!
- "Future Shock", an episode of Mega Man
- "Future Shock", an episode of Godzilla: The Series
- "Future Shock", an episode of My Life as a Teenage Robot
- Future Shock (play), a 2011 play by Richard Stockwell
- Tharg's Future Shocks, short stories in the comic 2000 AD
- The Terminator: Future Shock, 1995 computer game in the Terminator franchise
- "Ultraverse Future Shock", a Malibu Comics one-shot
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