Pure by 3 Colours Red


Pure is the debut album from UK rock band 3 Colours Red.

It was produced by the band's manager Terry Thomas at Livingston Recording Studios in London in 1996 and managed to accurately encapsulate the furious assault of their renowned live performances, it reached number 15 in the UK album charts when it was released on Creation Records in 1997 and included four top-40 singles, it was touted by the music press at the time as one of the best British albums of the decade, catapulting the band into the mainstream media headlights. Having injected energy into the UK's dwindling Britpop scene alongside bands like Feeder, Bush and Muse, they soon became poster boys for the industry's newly carved 'Britrock' pigeonhole.