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Old 10-26-2011, 02:16 AM   #1
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Coldplay: Chris Martin And His Xylo Toes - Part 2

Keep it up people, as if 1000 posts isn't enough already.
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I was gonna go with "Coldplay: Chris Martin And His Xylo Toes", but "Part 2" works as well.
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Old 10-26-2011, 02:19 AM   #3
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Changed.
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Can you change it back to just Mylo Xyloto - Part 2?
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Old 10-26-2011, 02:31 AM   #5
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Maybe for the best.
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We can't even agree on a thread title?
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I don't know how anyone can take this band seriously after that album title explanation.

And it seemed Martin couldn't be any more idiotic...
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I anticipated that Pitchfork wouldn't have given MX anything more than a 4.5, but a 7 is surprising (I don't think even I'd have given it that high a score).

Also they didn't do their trademark, dwell on the artist's previous output for 70% of the article, and just bag out the artist's latest offering with poncy hyperbole for the rest of it.

I still don't see what anyone sees in Hurts Like Heaven though.
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Did anyone else not find this thread title remotely funny?

I don't get paid till next week now gonna have to wait till then.
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to reach the highest level of album consciousness, you must listen to Mylo Xyloto in a Mahindra Xylo

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Did anyone else not find this thread title remotely funny?

How dare you.


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“Music comes from a place we don’t know,” he said. “It sort of comes through the fingers and toes. So we came up with the idea of, what if you had musical digits, like xylo toes.” He shook his head, irritated that he gave up the secret so easily.
I think Charlie Brown and Paradise make the cut. I can respect something so crafted to be an earworm as Paradise is.
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A 7 from Pitchfork? Wow.
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We should also note it was not written by Dombal.
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Reading back to their Parachutes review:

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And of course, you've probably heard their smash hit single, "Yellow," by now. Indeed, it's the most obvious choice for a single, and it represents Martin's vocal stylings effectively, but it's also the record's weakest moment.
lololololol
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I anticipated that Pitchfork wouldn't have given MX anything more than a 4.5, but a 7 is surprising (I don't think even I'd have given it that high a score).

Also they didn't do their trademark, dwell on the artist's previous output for 70% of the article, and just bag out the artist's latest offering with poncy hyperbole for the rest of it.

I still don't see what anyone sees in Hurts Like Heaven though.
NLOTH got 4.2 from these parochials, and Coldplay's Miley Cyrus gets a 7!
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