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The Colour of Music Prints

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At the beginning of the twentieth century, there were the Blues, towards the end of it, was Black Metal.

And between that was the whole spectrum of colour, both in song titles and band names. Second only to weather metaphors - if in doubt, use a colour.

To celebrate that, the designers at Dorothy have released these two brilliant colour wheels, assigning a shade for 576 songs on one, and 154 bands on the other.

They're available to buy now from the links below, with both regular and signed, limited edition prints:

The Colour of Popular Music

The Colour of Song

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