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Guest LiquidSky

*singing*

you make me feel you make know

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off topic- what is this BERRYISM religion?

 

are you ditchin us buckland gals? :cry:

 

:rolleyes: :P

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^ no of course not. I just felt like starting another religion. :rolleyes: :)

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Guest LiquidSky

aww, look at us, just take a look at us..

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off topic- what is this BERRYISM religion?

 

are you ditchin us buckland gals? :cry:

 

:rolleyes: :P

 

No way, my chewy dumpling!!!!!! :D Im still a memba of the Buckland Religion as well as BERRYISM. Its just my way of showing how much i adore both of 'em :kiss:

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can i join?..............weeeeeeeee 2 religions but the Buckland will always be the best.....(until i get into a Guy thread...i`ll say the opposite) lol :lol:

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Hahaha, the Buckland religion is here!!

 

pervert girls... :P

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hehe awwwwwwwwwwww

 

The Buckland religion lives on :D :D :D

 

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lol Mr Buckland is in the BBC north east wales hall of fame!!!!

 

BBC - North East Wales - Hall of Fame

 

... Jonny Buckland, Born: 11 SEP 1977. Place of Birth: London. School: Mold

Alun. Famous For: Member of Grammy-award winning Coldplay

 

:stunned: ~ummm lol i neva knew they had stuff like that in north wales lol

 

 

Jonny Buckland

 

Born: 11 SEP 1977

Place of Birth: London

School: Mold Alun

 

 

 

Famous For: Member of Grammy-award winning Coldplay

 

 

Biography: The music teacher who taught Coldplay guitarist Jonny said she always knew he would be successful.

 

He was a student at Mold Alun High school in Flintshire between the ages of 11 and 18 and Jonny was marked out for big things, according to Margaret Parr.

 

She said: "I had immense pleasure teaching him. He was always extremely interested in music and had immense talent for the guitar. When he studied A-level music his strength was in his composition and I always felt that he would do well."

 

Ms Parr, who retired from the secondary school in 2002, added that Jonny was well known to fellow pupils.

 

"There was great interest in the school when Coldplay started to become successful and I'm sure he will be an inspiration to the music students who are there now."

 

Jonny, whose family moved to Mold when he was four, started playing guitar as a young boy, inspired firstly by the Stone Roses.

 

He met fellow Coldplay members at university. In fact, they came together during their first week at University College London in the mid-90s. They soon became headline material, topping the bill at V2001 and Glastonbury 2002.

 

In February 2003 the band won two prizes at the US music industry's most prestigious awards ceremony, the Grammys, including best alternative album for A Rush Of Blood To The Head. The honours followed days after they won best British group and album at the Brit Awards.

 

 

then it says.....What's Your Story? Did you go to school with Jonny? Were you in the rap group in which he once appeared on a school stage?

 

:lol: :lol: :lol: haha wkd he was in a rap group....he neva dissapoints lol

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Interview with Jonny Buckland at Bath Pavillion on Monday

24th June:

YOU’VE BEEN AWAY A WHILE RECORDING, HOW DID IT GO?

“It was quite long, it took about 7 months and we did it in 3

studios. It was good but it was quite tense especially towards

the last month or so when we missed the deadline”.

WHY WAS THAT? DID YOU WRITE NEW SONGS YOU WANTED

TO FIT IN OR WERE THE OLD ONES POSING PROBLEMS?

“The new ones were the best part of it, the most exciting part.

We tend to finish those quite quickly. It was the older ones

that we really wanted to put on the album and we couldn’t

get sounding good. And also the mixing really.”

 

 

WHAT’S YOUR FAVOURITE SONG ON THE NEW

ALBUM? (After hesitation, I challenge Jonny)

YOU SAID GREEN EYES THE OTHER DAY!

Laughs) “Yeah, I like to keep it different every

time! I do like Green Eyes, just because we’ve

been recording for so long, you tend to start

caring about how easy it was to record and

that was a first take thing, so it’s got a special

place in my heart for that!”

 

OK, SO DOES THAT MEAN THERE’S A SONG

YOU DON’T LIKE AT THE MOMENT BECAUSE

IT WAS SO DIFFICULT?

“Can’t say!”

 

THAT MEANS YES

Laughs)

YOU’RE NOT PLAYING IT IN THIS SET ARE YOU?

“Yeah!”

 

LOTS OF FANS HAVE BEEN ASKING WHY

ANIMALS HAS BEEN LEFT OFF THE ALBUM;

WILL IT FEATURE AS A B - SIDE?

“It’s not actually finished. It’s kind of half

recorded and we just didn’t really get

excited about it so we didn’t put it on,

but maybe later we’ll do something with it.”

 

WILL IT BE SAVED FOR THE THIRD ALBUM?

No, no, I promise you it won’t be on the

third!”

 

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN REHEARSING

FOR THESE SHOWS?

“We’ve rehearsed for just over 3 weeks.

It’s the first time we’ve rehearsed, well a long

period of rehearsals, since before Parachutes

came out and so it’s actually quite good that

we’ve got everything running”.

 

ARE YOU ENJOYING THESE DATES?

“Yeah, I’ve been really enjoying them. We’ve

had the odd technical problem but I don’t

think I’ve ever had as much fun playing live”.

 

WHAT ABOUT THE HARMONICA?

(Jonny played the solo part during Don’t Panic)

“Chris made me!”

 

ARE YOU LOOKING FORWARD TO

GLASTONBURY AND ARE YOU NERVOUS?

“Very nervous about Glastonbury, I think we

all are. It’ll be the biggest gig we’ve ever played

I think, well hopefully, if anyone turns up!”

 

HOW DO YOU THINK THE SINGLE AND ALBUM

WILL DO AND ARE YOU APPREHENSIVE GIVEN

YOUR PREVIOUS SUCCESS?

“Not thinking about it at all. We feel that

we’ve done everything we can do in just

recording it and the best we can. Most of

what happens now is out of our control.

So whatever happens, happens. No regrets”.

 

THIS IS YOUR 3rd TIME AT GLASTONBURY.

THE FIRST WAS 3 YEARS AGO, YOU WERE THE

FIRST ACT OF THE DAY ON THE NEW BANDS

STAGE, HOW ARE YOU FEELING?

“Pretty good actually, not feeling too nervous.

We’ve put a lot of work into the production

trying to get it just right, so I’m really looking

forward to it”.

 

 

ANY TECHNICAL PROBLEMS THAT AROSE

DURING THE TOUR, THAT YOU’RE WORRRIED

ABOUT TODAY?

“There were a few things that have gone

wrong in the last few shows, but nothing

serious and they’re all fixed now so it

should run smoothly”.

 

WHICH WAS YOUR FAVOURITE SHOW?

“Festival Hall was amazing ‘cause it’s such

an amazing venue and I really enjoyed

playing Truro a couple of nights ago as well”.

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Guest LiquidSky

where can I get those?

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