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Chart of the Mylo Xyloto Era (Last Updated December 9, 2012, All Known Releases, Tour, Map and setli


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(25th May 2009) 12th March, 2010 - (20 November 2012) 2013

 

Albums/EPs

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Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall EP, June 23, 2011 - iTunes Festival 2011: Coldplay, July 27, 2011 - Mylo Xyloto, October 19, 2011

Live In Madrid, October 31, 2011 - Princess of China EP, June 1, 2012 - Live 2012, November 14, 2012

 

Singles

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"Christmas Lights", November 30, 2010 - "Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall", June 3, 2011 - "Paradise", September 12, 2011

"Charlie Brown", No Release* - "Princess Of China", April 13, 2012 - "Hurts Like Heaven", July 27, 2012

*Charlie Brown is recognized as a single, although without an official single release.

 

Promotional Singles

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"In My Place" (Live At Glastonbury), June 26, 2011 - "Charlie Brown", November 14, 2011 - "Princess Of China", February 14, 2012

"Up with the Birds" / "U.F.O.", April 21, 2012 - "Hurts Like Heaven", August 6, 2012 - "Up in Flames", November 16, 2012

 

Songs

 

Released

 

"A Hopeful Transmission"

"Charlie Brown"*

"Christmas Lights"

"Don't Let It Break Your Heart"

"Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall"

"Hurts Like Heaven"

"Major Minus"

"M.M.I.X."

"Moving To Mars"

"Mylo Xyloto"

"Paradise"

"Princess Of China"

"U.F.O."

"Up In Flames"

"Up With The Birds"

"Us Against The World"

 

Songs in Bold represent songs released as Singles

Songs in Italics represent songs released as Promotional Singles

*Charlie Brown is recognized as a single, although without an official single release.

 

Unreleased

 

1000-1 (Ballad Of …)

Aiko

Alien Radio

Alive Day

Arabesque

Boyfriend

Buzz

Car Kids

Cartoon Head

Cartoon Heart

Don Quixote (Spanish Rain)

Drunks And Guns

Fine Balloons

Gardeners On The Frontline

Golden Arrow

Great Expectations

Harbingers Of Doom

Harmony*

Hook Up

If I Ever Fall In Love Again

It Was A Wonderful Day

Love In A Lethal Dose

Lucky Sevens

Sex Violence

Space Symphony

Things in the Trees

Tomorrow

Up on a Wire

Wedding Bells

Wilderness

Wondering Star

 

Songs in Bold represent a song performed live, but no studio release

Songs in Italics represent songs incorporated into songs or renamed that have been released

*Harmony was incorporated into Apparatjik's "Your Voice Needs Subtitles", off their second studio album, Square Peg In a Round Hole

 

 

Tour

 

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June 3, 2011 - October 8, 2011

 

Setlist I (2011 Festival Tour, Original Setlist)

 

"Mylo Xyloto" / "Hurts Like Heaven"

"Yellow"

"In My Place"

"Major Minus"

"Lost!"

"The Scientist"

"Shiver"

"Violet Hill"

"God Put A Smile Upon Your Face"

"Everything's Not Lost"

"Us Against The World"

"Politik"

"Viva la Vida"

"Charlie Brown"

"Life Is For Living"

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"Clocks"

"What A Wonderful World" / "Fix You"

"M.M.I.X." / "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall"

 

Setlist II (2011 Festival Tour, Setlist with "Paradise")

 

"Mylo Xyloto" / "Hurts Like Heaven"

"Yellow"

"In My Place"

"Major Minus"

"Paradise"

"Lost!"

"Violet Hill"

"God Put A Smile Upon Your Face"

"The Scientist"

"Politik"

"Viva La Vida"

"Charlie Brown"

"Life Is For Living"

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"Clocks"

"Fix You"

"M.M.I.X." / "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall"

 

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October 26, 2011 - November 21, 2012

 

Setlist I (Mylo Xyloto Arena Tour, Run-up)

 

"Mylo Xyloto" / "Hurts Like Heaven"

"Yellow"

"In My Place"

"Major Minus"

"The Scientist"

"Violet Hill"

"God Put a Smile upon Your Face"

"Paradise"

"Up in Flames"

"Viva la Vida"

"Charlie Brown"

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"Clocks"

"Fix You"

"M.M.I.X." / "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall"

 

Setlist II (Mylo Xyloto Arena Tour, Leg 1)

 

"Mylo Xyloto" / "Hurts Like Heaven"

"Yellow"

"In My Place"

"Major Minus"

"Lost!"

"What If"

"Violet Hill"

"God Put a Smile upon Your Face"

"The Scientist"

"Up in Flames"

"Us Against the World"

"Politik"

"Viva la Vida"

"Charlie Brown"

"Paradise"

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"Clocks"

"Fix You"

"M.M.I.X." / "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall"

 

Setlist III (Mylo Xyloto Arena Tour, Leg 2 and 3, Stadium Tour)

 

"Mylo Xyloto" / "Hurts Like Heaven"

"In My Place"

"Major Minus"

"Lovers in Japan"

"The Scientist"

"Yellow"

"Violet Hill"

"God Put a Smile upon Your Face"

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"Princess of China"

"Up in Flames"

"Warning Sign"

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"A Hopeful Transmission" / "Don't Let It Break Your Heart"

"Viva la Vida"

"Charlie Brown"

"Paradise"

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"Us Against the World"

"Speed of Sound"

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"Clocks"

"Fix You"

"M.M.I.X." / "Every Teardrop Is a Waterfall"

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ummmmm. I don't think Christmas Lights counts as MX era. Maybe it's just me, but I feel as it's a Christmas song it doesn't fall into any particular era. Also, a few of those 'song names' are wrong. (I'm pretty sure Paingess and The Wheat Breaks Butter are just mis-interpreted lyrics from the graffiti wall)

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ummmmm. I don't think Christmas Lights counts as MX era. Maybe it's just me, but I feel as it's a Christmas song it doesn't fall into any particular era. Also, a few of those 'song names' are wrong. (I'm pretty sure Paingess and The Wheat Breaks Butter are just mis-interpreted lyrics from the graffiti wall)

 

Yeah. Debs even said a year ago it isn't affiliated with this era.

 

Also, Spanish Rain is not a part of the MX-era; it's with Viva.

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Spanish rain is part of the mx era because it was recorded in the LP5 sessions. So too is Christmas Lights. Deal with it.

:rolleyes:

 

The Wheat Breaks Butter is debatable, but Paingess was definitely mentioned once by Guy in an Apparatjik documentary. Apparently it was incorporated into Your Voice Needs Subtitles, but that is debatable too.

 

actually the mx wall has a bunch of song lyrics from mostly songs on the album, "the wheel breaks the butterfly" is from paradise. "space symphony" are lyrics from moving to mars. get it right.

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