MancakesTheBand Posted December 13, 2010 Share Posted December 13, 2010 No, this is not a combination of Radiohead and Coldplay but rather a discussion of Coldplay on the airwaves, on the radio. I'm curious to see what certain songs are still played where in the world, and what songs got left behind. I want to know if different parts of the world play a certain Coldplay song more than other parts. Anyway I'll start. Songs I have heard at least once on the radio (I live in Ohio) Yellow Trouble Politik Clocks The Scientist Speed Of Sound Talk Violet Hill Viva La Vida Strawberry Swing Life in Technicolor II There are a number of singles that I have never heard on the radio, albeit some of them before my time as a Coldplay fan. I still have yet to hear Christmas Lights, as the radio station most likely to play it over here starts playing Christmas music today. Songs that I still hear on the radio Clocks Trouble Yellow The Scientist Talk Speed Of Sound Viva La Vida Politik A few weeks ago there were only two radio station that I could find Coldplay on, and then one of them changed to Hispanic music. There are two other Top 40 stations that will only play the new songs for a few weeks. So, I ask you, what songs do you still hear on the radio? What songs have you heard at least once? How many radio stations can you find the best band in the world? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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