Definitions for "Underground"
a secret organization opposed to the prevailing government; as, the French underground during the Nazi occupation.
Done or occurring out of sight; secret.
A covert unconventional warfare organization established to operate in areas denied to the guerrilla forces or conduct operations not suitable for guerrilla forces.
Keywords:  album, kusturica, emir, serbian, song
Underground is a 1995 film directed by Emir Kusturica with a screenplay by DuÅ¡an Kovačević. Its original Serbian title is Bila jednom jedna zemlja, which means Once Upon a Time There Was a Country. The film uses the story of two friends to depict the history of Yugoslavia since the Second World War.
Underground is an album by Analog Pussy. after 2 years, this is the 2nd full length Analog Pussy album and it is very much anticipated. this album is a special blend of Trance, Techno, House and Ambient - all with one common vision - "Underground" music. experimenting Trance blends with Techno touches, Housy grooves, Ambient atmospheres and the all timer ... full-on Psy Trance. "Underground" is released on CD and 2x LP Vinyl. both the CD and the Vinyl versions include 9 new and unreleased Analog Pussy trax. the Vinyl contains 2 bonus trax that are not on the CD, especially for DJ's!
Underground is a 1968 album by Thelonious Monk. It features Monk on piano, Larry Gales on bass, Charlie Rouse on tenor sax, and Ben Riley on drums.
a subway or subway system, especially in the United Kingdom.
One method of providing transportation facilities in crowed urban areas (i.e., New York subways; Boston Central Artery and portions of MARTA in Atlanta).
(With a capital letter) the London subway system. Also called The Tube Back to the top
Something anti-establishment, working undercover or hidden. Term applied to newspapers and comic books or other media that was directed towards freaks. These were often small publications that covered the hippy scene including radical politics, sex, drugs and rock and roll. Berkeley Barb, Zap Comix, East Village Other.
conducted with or marked by hidden aims or methods; "clandestine intelligence operations"; "cloak-and-dagger activities behind enemy lines"; "hole-and-corner intrigue"; "secret missions"; "a secret agent"; "secret sales of arms"; "surreptitious mobilization of troops"; "an undercover investigation"; "underground resistance"
Comics where the female characters are fat and the male characters are going bald.
The disparate group of bands, zines, and fans worldwide that support heavy metal by trading tapes, zines, and gossip through the mail. The underground could be considered the antithesis to corporate rock music, records sold in malls, and advertising for bands in Rolling Stone and on the sides of busses. Aside from photocopied zines, fliers included in postal exchanges are a popular method of exchanging news or advertising new records or demos. Before the Internet, people used postal mail and the stamp trick to communicate in the underground. Now email, web sites and MP3 files have partially supplemented paper mail.
Underground refers to music that is not mainstream. The term is also used to refer to a certain sound or feeling that one gets from that sound.
Keywords:  rockabilly, tampa, goth, punk, scenes
a place for the under-represented punk, goth, and rockabilly scenes in tampa and the surrounding areas
The place or space beneath the surface of the ground; subterranean space.
Beneath the surface of the earth.
groundwater; the water that is confined in the rocks beneath the soil.
Being below the surface of the ground; as, an underground story or apartment.
UNDERGROUND refers to electrical facilities installed below ground level.
electric underground railway
a group or movement holding unorthodox views in an environment where conventional ideas dominate, as in artistic circles.
an effort to develop a Northwestern undergraduate computer science community founded on shared academic interests
Underground nuclear test conducted in a tunnel or at the bottom of a drilled hole or shaft. Some underground nuclear tests were not designed to contain all radioactivity; e.g., cratering tests or safety experiments.