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Kaleidoscope EP

Once post-Britpop and sad but now firmly fluorescent anthem merchants, Coldplay and their "allthiest" frontman Chris Martin bring out a new EP that shows just what the big time has done to them. A live version of a hit with The Chainsmokers plus new tracks "All I Can Think About Is You" and "...view item »

Ghost Stories

The hugely popular Coldplay release their 6th album Ghost Stories, the follow up to 2011's Xylo Myloto. Favourites of fans and mainstream radio alike, they continue their plan for world domination with huge gigs and TV appearances. Features the single Magic. Ghost S...view item »

Mylo Xyloto

I appreciate that the group is continuing to progress. I enjoyed Viva La Vida and really felt the band had upped their game by branching out and doing something unexpected. However, I had fears that this record would be a rehashing of that release and I'm happy to say they did something different. Does it work as well as it did on the last album...view item »

Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall

"Every teardop is a waterfall". That Chris Martin is a poet, eh?. I did used to have a grudging admiration for the odd Coldplay song but of late they seem determined to blur the line between their own brand of call centre weep rock and latter day U2's overblown bland nonsense. This came on the wireless yesterday and not realising what it was...view item »

A Rush Of Blood To The Head

After the release of the first album in 2000 Parachutes, featuring the massive hit Yellow, Coldplay returned in 2002 with their follow up record, A Rush Of Blood To The Head. The result was this atmospheric record which drew comparisons to early Radiohead and U2. I think this record is well done and can be somewhat compared to ...view item »


The beginning times of what would become an enormous unstoppable rock behemoth. It's got all the good early hits on it like 'Trouble' and 'Yellow' and the deliciously spectral 'Don't Panic'. These soft rockers could certainly pen a haunting tune back then before it all got a bit stadium. Perfect for a late night weep into your cellphone.  ...view item »