Little more than a simple promotional 45, Colour Me was the May 1999 edition of the renewed Sub Pop singles club. It's essentially a truncated, limited color-vinyl release of the first single from Dot Allison's debut solo album, Afterglow. The short track list simply consists of that record's first two songs: the cookie-cutter trip-hop of "Colour Me" and the tender, dreamy melody of "Tomorrow Never Comes."
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AllMusic Review by Bryan Carroll