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▪ His face was full technicolour with red and black the predominant hues, with stitches over one eye and underneath the other.
▪ My father never went to the cinema because the technicolour was bad for his epilepsy.
▪ That night Jay dreamed in glorious technicolour with full Dolby stereo.
▪ The cliche is never more true than in the black and white morality of the technicolour red-blooded Western movie.

a. (alternative spelling of technicolor from=UK English) (considered by some incorrect, but the Oxford Dictionary uses it)

Technicolour (rock band)

Technicolour was a rock band from Finland. Their music is pop/rock with influences from U2, Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, Coldplay, and Bon Jovi. The band also likes music from The Domination Nation, another Finnish band. In October 2005 the band performed as a warm-up band for Backstreet Boys in Helsinki.

The band broke up in October 2008.

Technicolour (Disco Inferno album)

Technicolour is Disco Inferno's third and final album, released in 1996 on Rough Trade Records in the UK and One Little Indian Records in the USA. It was followed years later by The 5 EPs, a compilation of various EPs the band had released throughout the early 1990s. One additional EP was also released by the band after Technicolour, 1999's The Mixing It Session, a release of a BBC Radio 3 session recorded in 1994. In 2004, One Little Indian reissued Technicolour in the USA.

Technicolour (Parachute Band album)

Technicolor is the second album released by the gospel musical group Parachute Band. Released on October 14, 2008, the album features 11 new tracks drawing on the concept that God’s living water equals life in all its color. Technicolor debuted at #10 on the U.S. Christian/Gospel charts.

The album would later peak at #6 on the NZ album charts after the Parachute Music festival in January 2009.