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For the international art-technology-philosophy group, see monochrom.
Monochrome refers to something of a single color. The term may also refer to the following.
- Monochrome BBS, a text-based multi-user bulletin board system
- Monochrome monitor, used with computers
- Monochrome photography, also known as black-and-white photography
- Monochrome (Helmet album), a 2006 album by the American alternative metal group Helmet
- Monochrome (Lee Hyori album), a 2013 album by K-pop singer Lee Hyori
- Monochrome (Fury in the Slaughterhouse album), a 2002 live album and DVD by German rock band Fury in the Slaughterhouse
- Monochrome (July for Kings album), 2009 album
- "Monochrome," a song by The Sundays from their 1997 album Static and Silence
- "Monochrome," a song by Yann Tiersen with vocals by Dominique A, from Tiersen's 1998 album Le Phare
- "Monochrome", a track from the 1999 release A by Japanese singer-songwriter Ayumi Hamasaki
- "Monochrome" (Ammonia song), a 1998 song by the Australian grunge band Ammonia
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