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Producers they should work with after MX


Nangolan

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Jacknife Lee and Dave Fridmann on top of the list, but they should work well even with Alan Moulder, Peter Katis, Dave Sardy and Rick Rubin.

Like i've said in another thread, with Rick Rubin as producer would be a REAL challenge for a band like coldplay.

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A whole album produced by Dave Fridmann would be spectacular, he's the producer (among others) behind songs like these ones

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1xJbEoc5sDw]Mercury Rev - Goddess on a Highway - YouTube[/ame]

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9cBm1EzQ00]The Flaming Lips-Vein Of Stars - YouTube[/ame]

 

[ame=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KutWoEO-4ZY]Low - Silver Rider - YouTube[/ame]

 

and tons of other fantastic songs.

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It's fun to speculate, so calm down.

 

I'm backing Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck). Or Rich Costley (Mars Volta, Muse). I'd either like Coldplay to do something acoustic-electro a la In Rainbows/Sea Change or something a little bit heavier and theatrical - not Muse or Mars Volta kind of heavy, just more like 42.

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It's fun to speculate, so calm down.

 

I'm backing Nigel Godrich (Radiohead, Beck). Or Rich Costley (Mars Volta, Muse). I'd either like Coldplay to do something acoustic-electro a la In Rainbows/Sea Change or something a little bit heavier and theatrical - not Muse or Mars Volta kind of heavy, just more like 42.

 

I've mentioned Nigel Godrich before and I truly think he's the best candidate to help bring further evolution in Coldplay's sound. But unfortunately, this partnership is highly unlikely as Coldplay already deals with enough Radiohead comparisons.... how sad

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I've mentioned Nigel Godrich before and I truly think he's the best candidate to help bring further evolution in Coldplay's sound. But unfortunately, this partnership is highly unlikely as Coldplay already deals with enough Radiohead comparisons.... how sad

 

Yeah, you're the one I got that idea from :P It makes sense though. In the same way that Eno reinvented U2, Godrich reinvented Radiohead with Kid A...

 

I'd just love an In Rainbows-style record from Coldplay.

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I've mentioned Nigel Godrich before and I truly think he's the best candidate to help bring further evolution in Coldplay's sound. But unfortunately, this partnership is highly unlikely as Coldplay already deals with enough Radiohead comparisons.... how sad

 

jacknife lee and dave fridmann are better "candidates", just check their productions.

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