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Friday, July 14, 2006

Colour Blind

Growing up in the 90's in India when Mtv & Channel [V] - in their early avatars - shaped the musical landscape of teens with a healthy dose of international music (Michael Learns to Rock may be more popular in India and south asia than in their native Denmark) and an equal filling of Bollywood / Indi-pop songs. Sandwiched between the two was the perenially underground Indian rock music. They were no shows or programmed dedicated to the thousands of Indian rock fans scattered all over the country and you were lucky to catch an Indus Creed video at odd hours of the night.

ColourBlind seemed to come out of nowhere and blew away the cynical and generally narrow-minded Indian rock fans with their sound + vision. The production and sound quality surpassed anything being done by other desi rock bands and the video too featuring the sexy Laila Rouass got even non-rockers talking. Watching the video was one of the most defining moment for a lot of rookie rockers of that time and I was one of them.

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