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Album Review

After the success of their debut, 3 Colours Red returned with the stylistically similar Revolt, an album that managed to gain moderate commercial success on both sides of the Atlantic thanks to the minor U.S. hit, "Beautiful Day." Revolt isn't much of a departure from the band's debut album, however, and it also isn't a very compelling listen. 3 Colours Red is essentially a punk band, but unlike other mainstream punk contemporaries like Green Day or the Offspring, Britain's 3 Colours Red don't have much of a sense of humor or an individual personality. The majority of Revolt rattles on at breakneck speed without ever leaving much of an impression. When the band does shine, however, its in their pop songs. The string-laden power ballad, "Beautiful Day," is a centerpiece here, as are catchy rockers like "Back to the City" and "Pirouette." On songs like these (there are a handful of genuine pop songs on the album), 3 Colours Red truly shines, and in that respect, Revolt works as a showcase for what this band could become.


Formed: 1996 in London, England

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s

So named in honor of the classic film by Krzysztof Kieslowski, British punk revivalists 3 Colours Red were comprised of singer/bassist Pete Vukovic, guitarists Chris McCormack and Ben Harding, and drummer Keith Baxter. Formed in London in 1996, the group scored an underground hit with its Fierce Panda label debut, "This Is My Hollywood"; the single's success brought 3 Colours Red to the attention of Creation Records honcho Alan McGee, who immediately signed the band to release the follow-up "Nuclear...
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