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Clor were a five-piece post-punk/electropop band from Brixton, England. Their breakthrough came with the release of their self-titled first album, released in 2005 to critical acclaim. In the UK they were signed to Parlophone.

The band split up in May 2006, their manager stating that the future paths of Dobbin and Smith were unclear, though would likely involve musical pursuits. Smith has since produced Shitdisco's album, Kingdom of Fear (released April 2007) and some remixes for the band. Smith has produced an EP with frYars and is currently producing new material with him. He is also credited as engineer / programmer on the forthcoming Depeche Mode album, Sounds of the Universe. Dobbin has since started a solo project called Barringtone.


Band members



  • "Welcome Music Lovers" - July 2004
  • "Love & Pain" - April 2005 (UK #48)
  • "Outlines" - July 2005 (UK #43)
  • "Good Stuff" - October 2005 (UK #50)

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  1. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 111. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  

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From Wikiquote

Clor is a futuristic pop band from London, UK.


  • Each of us is special
    In our own unique way.
    • Outlines
  • Eyes like yours, always looking for outlines,
    Eyes like mine, always looking for yours.
    • Outlines
  • And like a falcon spying a dove
    I swoop down on you death from above
    And like a panther out in the wood
    I sneak up on you so light of foot.
    • Tight spot
  • Tendencies like these have been reported
    But no direct link has yet been proven
    This is how you join two humans.
    • Garden of love

Imagine you’re driving
On pristine new roads
Let’s climb down from trees
Emerge from the river
Let’s vacate the beaches
Of far distant shores
Emerge from the blackness
Into the blue, blue, blue, blue day.

    • Dangerzone

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