3 Colours Red
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3 Colours Red were a rock band from the United Kingdom. They achieved their biggest chart success at the end of the 1990s, along with other Britrock bands such as Ash and Feeder. The band was named by sticking a pin in a London listings magazine, Time Out. It landed randomly on an advertisement for the concluding part of the Polish film director Krzysztof Kieślowski's, Three Colors, trilogy. They went on to record two UK Top 20 albums, and six Top 40 singles.
- also known as 3 Colors Red, Three Colours Red
- genres: Punk rock, Hard rock, British rock, Independent music
- albums: "This Is My Hollywood", "Nuclear Holiday", "Sixty Mile Smile", "Pure", "Copper Girl", "Paralyse", "Beautiful Day", "Revolt", "This Is My Time", "Repeat to Fade", "The Union of Souls", "If You Ain't Got a Weapon... You'll Never Get a Say", "If You Ain't Got a Weapon...", "The World Is Yours"
- nominated to Kerrang! Award for Best British Live Act
- Kerrang! Award for Best British Live Act
- official website: www.myspace.com/3cr
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