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What's Your Favorite Color? (Remixes, B-sides & Rarities)

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Album Review

Living Colour completists will already have most or all of the material on What's Your Favorite Color? (Remixes, B-Sides & Rarities) — none of it is previously unreleased or even particularly rare, and it's not comprehensive. The comp however does offer a capable survey of odds 'n' ends material from the era spanning the band's first three studio albums (roughly 1988-1994). A lengthy remix of the Stain highlight "Ausländer" starts things out, followed by two more mixes. A live recording of "Cult of Personality" from 1989 as well as a remix of "What's Your Favorite Color?" were both added to the 2002 reissue of Vivid; and acoustic takes on "Nothingness" and "Leave It Alone" are from a 1993 Holland date that's also previously available. The Al Green cover, "Love and Happiness," was part of Living Colour's 1991 EP Biscuits. A pretty acoustic version of "Solace of You" is What's Your Favorite Color?'s best moment.

Customer Reviews

Finally Found It

It took me several years to find this version of 'Talkin Bout a Revolution' after detroying a mixed tape and ex-boyfriend gave me. Living Colour continues to be one of those bands that just feels good listening to on a Saturday night.

Biography

Formed: 1984 in New York, NY

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

During the 1980s, rock had become completely segregated and predictable, the opposite of the late '60s/early '70s, when such musically and ethnically varied artists as Jimi Hendrix, Sly & the Family Stone, and Santana ruled the Earth. But bands such as New York's Living Colour helped break down the doors by the end of the '80s, leading to a much more open-minded musical landscape that would eventually pave the way for future bands (Rage Against the Machine, Sevendust, etc.). The group (singer...
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