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in color

adv. Using colour/color (or hue) as opposed to shades of grey/gray.

In Color (album)

In Color is the second studio album by Cheap Trick, released in 1977. It was produced by Tom Werman.

This album is considered a classic of the power pop genre as well as one of the best rock albums ever recorded. The album was ranked No. 4 on Shake Some Action: The Ultimate Power Pop Guide. In 2003, the album was also ranked number 443 on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the 500 greatest albums of all time.

In Color (song)

"In Color" is a song co-written and recorded by American country music artist Jamey Johnson. It is the first single from his second album, That Lonesome Song, which was initially released to digital retailers in 2007, and was released on August 5, 2008 on Mercury Nashville Records. Johnson co-wrote the song with James Otto and Lee Thomas Miller. In January 2009, "In Color" became Johnson's first Top Ten country hit. The song was later included on the compilation album, Now That's What I Call Country Volume 2, in 2009.

The song won awards for Song of the Year in both the 2008 ACM Awards and the 2009 CMA Awards.

In Color

In Color or In Colour may refer to:

  • In Color (album), a 1977 album by Cheap Trick
  • "In Color" (song), a song by Jamey Johnson
  • In Colour (The Concretes album), 2006
  • In Colour (Jamie xx album), 2015
  • ...In Color, a 2008 EP by The Summer Set

Usage examples of "in color".

There must be something in color of itself to kindle rage and inflame hate, and render the white man generally uncomfortable.

Fiore couldn't see the pictures on them, just that they were in color: the bright squares stood out in the midst of silver and white.

It was a suit distinctive enough to be remembered, being rather loud in color.

They were blocky and plain to her artist's eye, and usually drab in color.

The gallery itself was built of brick, soft rose in color, with tall, graceful windows trimmed in muted gray.

It is drunk straight, pale amber in color, strong, smooth, and clean.

In one corner of the room appeared to be another length of rope, brownish green in color, and glossy, as if it were made of plastic.

A lot of blacks who were truly black in color distrusted many blacks of lighter color, equating a lighter color with easier access to success.

The audience chamber would then be filled with smaller citizens of the city, lighter in color, lesser in rank.

They wore garments that looked as light as silk, but were woven of something else and were mainly gray or blue in color.