Electric Blue

Electric Blue

Electric blue (color) is a very bright color reminiscent of a spark, named after the color of an argon sign. It is very similar to cyan.

Additionally, the term may refer to:

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Man Of Colours
... "Electric Blue" was their only Australian #1 single, the release of the album and its singles marked the zenith of Icehouse's commercial success, both locally and internationally ... five top 30 hit singles "Crazy" (3# in July), "Electric Blue" (co-written by Davies and John Oates of US band Hall and Oates) (#1, October), "My Obsession" (#5, December), "Ma. 100 and #10 on its Mainstream Rock chart, and "Electric Blue" (#7 Hot 100, #10 Mainstream), the album Man of Colours reached #43 on the Billboard 200 ...
Electric Blue (color) - Electric Blue in Culture
... Astrology The color electric blue is associated with the astrological sign of Aquarius ... Computing The color electric blue is used in the logo and site of Arch Linux, a popular Linux distribution ... Music Electric Blue is a 1987 song released by the Australian band Icehouse, co-written with John Oates ...
Electric Blue - Porn
... Electric Blue (TV series), title of a British porn television series from the 1980s and 1990s, which was shown on the Playboy Channel ... Electric Blue 28 is a 1985 pornographic movie featuring Traci Lords ...
Minimoog Voyager - Models
... of these units, however Moog Music continues to sell a backlit model called the Electric Blue that features an iridescent blue cabinet finish ... They now offer a customizable version of the Electric Blue named the Select Series, in which the customer can choose between mahogany, electric blue, traditional ash, white wash ... Their retail price is the same as that of the Electric Blue model ...

Famous quotes containing the words blue and/or electric:

    Buz, quoth the blue fly,
    Hum, quoth the bee,
    Buz and hum they cry,
    And so do we:
    In his ear, in his nose, thus, do you see?
    He ate the dormouse, else it was he.
    Ben Jonson (1572–1637)

    Wisdom is like electricity. There is no permanently wise man, but men capable of wisdom, who, being put into certain company, or other favorable conditions, become wise for a short time, as glasses rubbed acquire electric power for a while.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)