Circulation ‎– Colours Two

The vinyl edition is unmixed and contains fewer tracks than the CD.


Terracotta 6:10
Chocolate 5:31
Neutral 6:46
Khaki 4:36
Neon 5:55
Chocolate 5:56
Vanilla 4:57
Topaz 4:07
Cherry 5:23
Taupe 4:16
Emerald 6:12
White 5:49
Aqua 6:48
Sepia 6:02

Versions (4)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
cmpcd02 Circulation Colours Two(CD, Album, Mixed) Circulation cmpcd02 UK 2003 Sell This Version
cmplp02 Circulation Colours Two(2x12", Album, P/Mixed) Circulation cmplp02 UK 2003 Sell This Version
CMPCD02 Circulation Colours Two(CD, Album, Mixed, Unofficial) Circulation (2) CMPCD02 Russia 2003 Sell This Version
CMPLP02 Circulation Colours Two(2xLP, W/Lbl) Circulation CMPLP02 UK Unknown Sell This Version


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April 3, 2013
referencing Colours Two, CD, Album, Mixed, cmpcd02
I bought this album back when I was going to university. I found it hard to sleep back then, so I played this as I laid in bed. It put me to sleep quite easily since it is very well mixed and has a nice progression. The tracks range from atmospheric to funky to techy to groovy, yet there is a cohesion to the album that makes it worth playing again and again.


April 29, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Colours Two, CD, Album, Mixed, cmpcd02

To be honest, I don't like this CD as much as I liked the first Colours. However, I have to say that this is well-crafted. I like the nice touch they put in with the first and last track, which run along a more ambient line. Once again, Circulation did an awesome job of getting that awesome deep/tech house sound to integrate so well. As I said before, the first and last tracks are pretty good, but also listen to "Khaki," a really energetic tech-house track, "Emerald" and "Aqua." And don't discount the funky disco sounds of "Cherry." A good CD, although not the best. However, if you liked Circulation's first Colours, you'll like this one.


December 15, 2004
edited over 12 years ago
referencing Colours Two, CD, Album, Mixed, cmpcd02

More sweet and soulful tech-house by the Circulation boys on their second album, titled (appropriately enough), COLOURS 2. Picking up where the previous COLOURS left off, “Terracotta” is a beatless journey, but “Chocolate” quickly picks up the flavor and the rhythm. “Khaki” is bright and sunny, like an afternoon on a beach, while “Vanilla,” despite its title, has a dirty funk going on. The tracks segue into one another for a continuous journey, oftentimes highlighting contrasts: “Emerald” is darker with a sensuous vocal sample, but “White” is pure disco pleasure, strings and all. “Sepia” closes out the album on an ambient note, which, in a way, brings us right back to the beginning. A strong album, much more refined than COLOURS.