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Old 01-02-2016, 05:40 PM   #271
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At least they know what the listenable songs are.
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Old 01-02-2016, 10:35 PM   #272
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Didn't see this coming: a music video for Birds.
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Old 01-03-2016, 07:10 AM   #273
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Since some fans claim that this album is their Pop, is this video their own 'Staring At The Sun - Miami version'?

[Although I find this song somehow unfinished, maybe the only one that I quite like]
AHFOD really isn't Coldplays Pop by any stretch of the imagination. Pop has aged sell and actually is good.
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Old 01-03-2016, 12:00 PM   #274
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I didn't say it was their Pop, I said that some fans claim so. AHFOD is a bad album, Pop is a great and underlooked album. So, I was being ironic with the latest post
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Who the fuck is saying that?
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Old 01-05-2016, 10:54 AM   #276
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Great album and I agree with the band that this is the Day to the Night of Ghost Stories. I'm not sure yet which album is better though. All tour dates are outside of North America so far. I wonder when and where they will play in the States.
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If they're thinking of doing a tour like the Mylo Xyloto one, then they'll probably do a short North American leg in April and May, and a more extensive one after the European leg.
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If I had to guess, I'd say U.S. dates announced right after the Super Bowl performance.
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Who the fuck is saying that?
I saw one review saying that but other reviews of this album said that they failed to emulate U2 when it comes to shift musical direction.
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Old 01-06-2016, 02:31 AM   #280
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I kind of want to see Coldplay finally, but 90 minutes of nu-Coldplay for $100 doesn't really appeal to me, even if they're wrapping things up.

I'll just check out their farewell DVD, The Short Goodbye.
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I kind of want to see Coldplay finally, but 90 minutes of nu-Coldplay for $100 doesn't really appeal to me, even if they're wrapping things up.

I'll just check out their farewell DVD, The Short Goodbye.
Coldplay is a great live band. I have seen every one of their tours going back to the first one in 2001 for Parachutes album.
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I agree about Coldplay being amazing live.
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Coldplay - LP7: A Head Full of Dreams

From what I've seen and heard, they play great shows but they're pathetically short. Plus, wtf did they cut The Scientist from both the Live 2003 and Live 2012 CD's. There was also no CD/DVD for the Twisted Logic and Viva La Vida Tours. They made a big mistake by not having anything live to show from their prime.


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I agree about Coldplay being amazing live.

How is that possible for a band who only has one song you like?

I mean what if they don't play that one song? You're screwed...


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There was also no CD/DVD for the Twisted Logic and Viva La Vida Tours. They made a big mistake by not having anything live to show from their prime.
The did put out LeftRightLeftRightLeft on CD in 2009, which I'm pretty sure was recorded on the Viva tour. The CD was never sold, but instead given out at concerts. Pretty easy to find a used copy.
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