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I'll be closely watching the ASCAP database for the next few days, maybe weeks. I will let you all know if new songs show up!

 

Edit: did you guys know that Coldplay wrote a song for Pentatonix called On My Way Home?

 

 

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That's why I've started believing it, or living as if I do. I've made the mistake in the past of holding back because I think I can't afford it, or for years I was afraid to go to shows (anxiety problems) so I missed a lot. I'm so lucky I have gotten to see a few of their shows in my later years as a fan. One big thing that changed my mindset this tour was that one of my other really special favorites, Keane, broke up unexpectedly at the end of 2013. It honestly still breaks my heart. I wish I'd seen them more; I just assumed they'd always be around. It's not lost on me that it will be even harder for me whenever Coldplay goes ... they've been part of almost every day of my adult life. So I'm going to as many shows as I can now and enjoy every second of however long it lasts. :)

Oh no, what? Keane broke up? What a shame... I've heard they are really good. Never bothered to check them out though even till now. I should get on it lol. Sorry if I sound ignorant, I know very little about this band!

 

I'm glad I get to go to one of their concerts in what I assume will be one of the last for this tour. It's been such a big massive tour and it's near the end of the dates they're playing so I assume it'll be one of the last we see from this era. It's a shame I didn't become a fan earlier, I hope Coldplay will be one of those bands that last an extremely long time, and I don't doubt it considering after all these years they still have their original members and conflict has been reduced to zero! I'll honestly be surprised if they do break up any time soon, they don't seem like the type to do so very easily.

 

LRLArchi, no I did not know that! When was this?

Can't believe I still have a bit more to explore as far as Coldplay songs go...

 

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That's why I've started believing it, or living as if I do. I've made the mistake in the past of holding back because I think I can't afford it, or for years I was afraid to go to shows (anxiety problems) so I missed a lot. I'm so lucky I have gotten to see a few of their shows in my later years as a fan. One big thing that changed my mindset this tour was that one of my other really special favorites, Keane, broke up unexpectedly at the end of 2013. It honestly still breaks my heart. I wish I'd seen them more; I just assumed they'd always be around. It's not lost on me that it will be even harder for me whenever Coldplay goes ... they've been part of almost every day of my adult life. So I'm going to as many shows as I can now and enjoy every second of however long it lasts. :)

 

Wait, Keane broke up? Man, their first album was so good. I need to pay better attention to these things :joy:

 

That's a great philosophy! I finally got a chance to see the guys live for the first time last August (and have plans to go again this upcoming August), and it's definitely something everyone should experience at least once in their lives. Though right now it seems they'll be around forever, someday it all has to end, and we'll all be glad we got the chances we did to see them!

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Keane broke up 3 years ago, but they released a song for a soundtrack in late 2016 and Tom Chaplin released his first solo album (that I found mediocre if I have to be honest). I think they will come back soon anyway :) And I hope so because I've followed them since the beginning of their career and never managed to see them live.

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Keane broke up 3 years ago, but they released a song for a soundtrack in late 2016 and Tom Chaplin released his first solo album (that I found mediocre if I have to be honest). I think they will come back soon anyway :) And I hope so because I've followed them since the beginning of their career and never managed to see them live.

 

Yeah, they sort of balked at calling it a breakup and it was de facto categorized as a hiatus, but I go back and forth on whether I think they'll be back. I'm pretty sure they'll at least do some reunion shows, and it wouldn't surprise me if it's this year even. Whether or not they make new albums, or if they'll be anything like they were, that part I'm not sure. I don't think Tom wants to stop writing, which is understandable. I really love his album, but not as much as I loved Keane ... hard bar to reach though. I really hope you get to see a show. I saw them twice, in 2010 and 2012, after I was a fan since 2004 and they were incredible, incredible live. I'm pretty sure they will be back in some capacity, since they have been friends so long.

 

It's a shame I didn't become a fan earlier, I hope Coldplay will be one of those bands that last an extremely long time, and I don't doubt it considering after all these years they still have their original members and conflict has been reduced to zero! I'll honestly be surprised if they do break up any time soon, they don't seem like the type to do so very easily.

 

I agree with you here; my sense is that Coldplay will be around for a long time, or at least I think it's reasonable to hope. They seem to be so close to one another and as far as I can tell no one seems dissatisfied with his role in the band. They seem to enjoy each other, what they do, and what comes with it. I just try to not take anything for granted.

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New song found on ASCAP database:

 

"O MELHOR ESTA POR VIR"

When translated from Portugese, it states "The Best is yet to Come"

https://mobile.ascap.com/aceclient/AceWeb/#ace/search/workID/890652185

 

11 writers are listed on this track, including the band and Brian Eno. Victor Joao is listed as the performer. But when searched on Google, the closest person there is is a Brazillian Football player. NOTE: I know this song is knew because the work ID for this song is 890652185. All AHFOD songs are listed at 889000000 or above. This may or may not be a Kaleidoscope EP, but it certainly is exciting to see new material written by the band.

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My guess is that this Brazilian person sampled a song and is crediting the band for it. I dont think it'll be on the KEP. Good on you for checking though.

 

It'd be nice if the band released this during the lull before the next gig in April. Would make sense....

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My guess is that this Brazilian person sampled a song and is crediting the band for it. I dont think it'll be on the KEP. Good on you for checking though.

 

It'd be nice if the band released this during the lull before the next gig in April. Would make sense....

 

Yeah That's what I was thinking too. But there are other people involved in the writing process as well. One of them is a german producer I think. So maybe he is sampling him as well, or he is producing for him.

 

I do hope they release something this month. Their timeframe WAS a couple months from November, so I'd expect them to at least release SOMETHING.

 

 

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Oof I just lost my entire Sunday reading through this thread and I am hyped :laugh2: I am waiting patiently for this, but I have to say, after seeing it performed a handful of times, I really want a studio version of the acoustic/stripped arrangement of Hymn For The Weekend... specifically the full band version from the Nova Red Room performance (I want new songs MORE... but I wouldn't hate it if it was included... which is highly unlikely haha)

 

 

(Side note; I must be really new because it took me so long to find this thread)

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LOL

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I wonder if the guys will give us little teasers for this one like they do for full albums. Any Viva-era Coldplayers here? What was the process like for Prospekt's March?

 

all i can really remember is having the Prospekt journal entries and one where he announced the tracklisting...

after a bit of digging here's that one: http://www.coldplay.com/newsdetail.php?id=153

and another note a few days after from Chris: http://www.coldplay.com/newsdetail.php?id=150

 

when VLVODAAHF came out there was a preview on i think iHeartRadio? but i don't remember anything like that for PM. i think they just announced it -> released it, nothing in between, except for the Lovers in Japan video (which uses the Osaka Sun Mix) and the Lost+ video that Chris mentions in that note.

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have a feeling that it would be released mid february to early march. in time for the next leg of the tour. excited for this leg after will hinted they want to do some changes to the setlist.

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Rant and 2017 plan below

 

I just finished reading everyones messages in here and it honestly saddens me to see that the board is not the magical place it used to be. I have been on the forums for a very short amount of time (May 2015) so I don't know what Coldplaying was like before. However, what I can see from reading old threads is that there was a huge amount of active users that were almost like a family. Nowadays there are not many active users and there isn't that excitement that I once got when visiting Coldplaying. There are a few things that caused this:

 

1. The Viva La Vida and Mylo Xyloto era were heavily teased which brought a bit of excitement and conversation onto the board. For A Head Full of Dreams we only got those posters in the tube. For me that was honestly the most exciting moment of my time on Coldplaying. The LP7 thread was buzzing and the large amounts of traffic on the site were enough to crash the servers (many times a day!). However Coldplay's methods of teasing things have changed in previous years. After AHFOD was released, I stopped visiting the board (even though I owned the site) and focused on social media.

 

2. Which brings me to my next point: Social media has replaced message boards and forums. When Coldplaying launched it's social media accounts in 2009, they were one of a kind. There had been no successful Coldplay news accounts before that. Coldplaying became bigger and bigger on social media and accounts like Atlas Project, Coldplay Brasil and Coldplayzone joined to make Coldplay's twitter presence even larger. Marc and I attempted to increase our presence even more last year and ended up gaining 110k followers on Facebook within 6 months. Nowadays casual Coldplay fans use Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to communicate whereas hardcore Coldplay fans will visit Coldplaying. That wasn't the case before social media. Coldplaying was simply the only place to go for Coldplay discussions.

 

3. Some of you are blaming the change in ownership as the problem. Although I never spoke to him more than a few times, Ian was an amazing owner and built the backbone of Coldplaying along with his family and friends. The Coldplaying team was comprised of family members and close friends. Nowadays it is made up of 12 team members who are very close, yet some of us have never even met. I can't fault my team members but only blame myself. Marc was also amazing and had big ideas for Coldplaying. He helped bring many new users to the site, completely changed our social media presence for the better and developed Coldplaying into a well marketed website that was fun for its users. I have only been owner for around a year but I have redesigned the website, brought back the wiki (currently being redesigned but not the biggest priority), I am currently in the process of reuploading all the files from the Coldplay Multimedia section and have also changed the way our team works. I could not have done any of this without the amazing team that put so much effort into this site. Our social media team work so hard on producing quality posts to publish on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. The moderators are always working on the site, there is at least one moderator online at all times!

 

While Coldplaying's blog and forums only received about three million visitors in 2016, our social media receives double that every week. Coldplaying is not failing, it is only getting bigger and bigger but unfortunately the forums are dying. 2017 is going to be the year that I focus on the forums. Already I have uploaded a huge amount of concerts from the parachutes era in our new multimedia section. In a few months, Coldplaying should have hundreds of Coldplay concerts available to download from fast dedicated servers (no more waiting for mega!). The gallery is also being updated regularly by our social media team, we have spent a lot of money on licenses so we can add even more high quality photos to the gallery. The wiki may become available by the end of the year but no promises! Finally the forums should become a bit more popular. With a bit of work and co-operation, I think that we can work to bring much more users to the forum. Just please keep in mind that I am only 16 and this is the first site I have managed so please be patient :P Now let's get ready for this new EP which should be amazing!

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Well [uSER=100956]@Stephen[/uSER],

Let me tell you that I'm appreciating every second that you and the Coldplaying team are spending to keep Coldplaying up and running.

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Bit of an offshoot from the KEP subject, but cool nonetheless to hear about this from Mr Coldplaying himself.

 

Yeah, I go through the same withdrawal as you. I'm most active right before an LP release, then perhaps linger around for a week or so and disappear only to read, not write. I've only popped back on now because it's pre EP release and i'm on the hunt for facts again!

 

I plan on coming back for LP8 facts thread because that's the part of the forums I enjoy the most. I enjoy the analyzing and opinions the least really because it gets me irritated when users act like they speak the word of god or something. I mean, why should I let someone's opinion on something dictate how I feel about it?

 

I wouldn't be too concerned about the lack of traffic on Coldplaying. I'd say its twofold: we're in a lull/offseason of Coldplay between material or concerts, and fans use social media more than forums. Looking to the future though, I can't quite pinpoint what a forum can offer to fans that twitter/facebook/instagram can't. As the new owner of Coldplaying corporations, that's up to you to figure out.

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Rant and 2017 plan below

 

I just finished reading everyones messages in here and it honestly saddens me to see that the board is not the magical place it used to be. I have been on the forums for a very short amount of time (May 2015) so I don't know what Coldplaying was like before. However, what I can see from reading old threads is that there was a huge amount of active users that were almost like a family. Nowadays there are not many active users and there isn't that excitement that I once got when visiting Coldplaying. There are a few things that caused this:

 

1. The Viva La Vida and Mylo Xyloto era were heavily teased which brought a bit of excitement and conversation onto the board. For A Head Full of Dreams we only got those posters in the tube. For me that was honestly the most exciting moment of my time on Coldplaying. The LP7 thread was buzzing and the large amounts of traffic on the site were enough to crash the servers (many times a day!). However Coldplay's methods of teasing things have changed in previous years. After AHFOD was released, I stopped visiting the board (even though I owned the site) and focused on social media.

 

2. Which brings me to my next point: Social media has replaced message boards and forums. When Coldplaying launched it's social media accounts in 2009, they were one of a kind. There had been no successful Coldplay news accounts before that. Coldplaying became bigger and bigger on social media and accounts like Atlas Project, Coldplay Brasil and Coldplayzone joined to make Coldplay's twitter presence even larger. Marc and I attempted to increase our presence even more last year and ended up gaining 110k followers on Facebook within 6 months. Nowadays casual Coldplay fans use Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to communicate whereas hardcore Coldplay fans will visit Coldplaying. That wasn't the case before social media. Coldplaying was simply the only place to go for Coldplay discussions.

 

3. Some of you are blaming the change in ownership as the problem. Although I never spoke to him more than a few times, Ian was an amazing owner and built the backbone of Coldplaying along with his family and friends. The Coldplaying team was comprised of family members and close friends. Nowadays it is made up of 12 team members who are very close, yet some of us have never even met. I can't fault my team members but only blame myself. Marc was also amazing and had big ideas for Coldplaying. He helped bring many new users to the site, completely changed our social media presence for the better and developed Coldplaying into a well marketed website that was fun for its users. I have only been owner for around a year but I have redesigned the website, brought back the wiki (currently being redesigned but not the biggest priority), I am currently in the process of reuploading all the files from the Coldplay Multimedia section and have also changed the way our team works. I could not have done any of this without the amazing team that put so much effort into this site. Our social media team work so hard on producing quality posts to publish on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. The moderators are always working on the site, there is at least one moderator online at all times!

 

While Coldplaying's blog and forums only received about three million visitors in 2016, our social media receives double that every week. Coldplaying is not failing, it is only getting bigger and bigger but unfortunately the forums are dying. 2017 is going to be the year that I focus on the forums. Already I have uploaded a huge amount of concerts from the parachutes era in our new multimedia section. In a few months, Coldplaying should have hundreds of Coldplay concerts available to download from fast dedicated servers (no more waiting for mega!). The gallery is also being updated regularly by our social media team, we have spent a lot of money on licenses so we can add even more high quality photos to the gallery. The wiki may become available by the end of the year but no promises! Finally the forums should become a bit more popular. With a bit of work and co-operation, I think that we can work to bring much more users to the forum. Just please keep in mind that I am only 16 and this is the first site I have managed so please be patient :p Now let's get ready for this new EP which should be amazing!

 

thank you for your thoughts, Stephen! what you've said about the changes to how the band tease their content and interact with fans now compared to then (i'd like to add that back in the VIVA era and to a slightly lesser extent MX era there were numerous liveblogs of concerts on the band's official website, the Oracle, Exhibition Room, Hypnofeed, etc.) as well as just the concept of forums in general not being big anymore are definitely on the nose. i mean, Coldplay gave up on their own forums almost ten years ago, so we can at least be proud we've outlived them :P

 

by the way i've been meaning to thank you for all those concert uploads over the past few days, but i didn't want to spam the threads with so many posts haha. so thank you :D

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thank you for your thoughts, Stephen! what you've said about the changes to how the band tease their content and interact with fans now compared to then (i'd like to add that back in the VIVA era and to a slightly lesser extent MX era there were numerous liveblogs of concerts on the band's official website, the Oracle, Exhibition Room, Hypnofeed, etc.) as well as just the concept of forums in general not being big anymore are definitely on the nose. i mean, Coldplay gave up on their own forums almost ten years ago, so we can at least be proud we've outlived them :p

 

by the way i've been meaning to thank you for all those concert uploads over the past few days, but i didn't want to spam the threads with so many posts haha. so thank you :D

Yeah I've just been looking back on the timeline for post ideas and saw all the roadie42 blogs. This one in particular stood out because Coldplaying was mentioned. Coldplay seems to be more commercialised these days :( But I'm glad we outlived the Coldplay forums :P Oh and don't worry about spamming the multimedia threads, I'd rather you do that than not post at all lol

 

Well [uSER=100956]@Stephen[/uSER],

Let me tell you that I'm appreciating every second that you and the Coldplaying team are spending to keep Coldplaying up and running.

That's great, I'm enjoying working on Coldplaying more than ever right now!

As the new owner of Coldplaying corporations, that's up to you to figure out.

We'll figure that out, I'm trying to keep Coldplaying up for as long as possible!

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Rant and 2017 plan below

 

I just finished reading everyones messages in here and it honestly saddens me to see that the board is not the magical place it used to be. I have been on the forums for a very short amount of time (May 2015) so I don't know what Coldplaying was like before. However, what I can see from reading old threads is that there was a huge amount of active users that were almost like a family. Nowadays there are not many active users and there isn't that excitement that I once got when visiting Coldplaying. There are a few things that caused this:

 

1. The Viva La Vida and Mylo Xyloto era were heavily teased which brought a bit of excitement and conversation onto the board. For A Head Full of Dreams we only got those posters in the tube. For me that was honestly the most exciting moment of my time on Coldplaying. The LP7 thread was buzzing and the large amounts of traffic on the site were enough to crash the servers (many times a day!). However Coldplay's methods of teasing things have changed in previous years. After AHFOD was released, I stopped visiting the board (even though I owned the site) and focused on social media.

 

2. Which brings me to my next point: Social media has replaced message boards and forums. When Coldplaying launched it's social media accounts in 2009, they were one of a kind. There had been no successful Coldplay news accounts before that. Coldplaying became bigger and bigger on social media and accounts like Atlas Project, Coldplay Brasil and Coldplayzone joined to make Coldplay's twitter presence even larger. Marc and I attempted to increase our presence even more last year and ended up gaining 110k followers on Facebook within 6 months. Nowadays casual Coldplay fans use Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to communicate whereas hardcore Coldplay fans will visit Coldplaying. That wasn't the case before social media. Coldplaying was simply the only place to go for Coldplay discussions.

 

3. Some of you are blaming the change in ownership as the problem. Although I never spoke to him more than a few times, Ian was an amazing owner and built the backbone of Coldplaying along with his family and friends. The Coldplaying team was comprised of family members and close friends. Nowadays it is made up of 12 team members who are very close, yet some of us have never even met. I can't fault my team members but only blame myself. Marc was also amazing and had big ideas for Coldplaying. He helped bring many new users to the site, completely changed our social media presence for the better and developed Coldplaying into a well marketed website that was fun for its users. I have only been owner for around a year but I have redesigned the website, brought back the wiki (currently being redesigned but not the biggest priority), I am currently in the process of reuploading all the files from the Coldplay Multimedia section and have also changed the way our team works. I could not have done any of this without the amazing team that put so much effort into this site. Our social media team work so hard on producing quality posts to publish on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. The moderators are always working on the site, there is at least one moderator online at all times!

 

While Coldplaying's blog and forums only received about three million visitors in 2016, our social media receives double that every week. Coldplaying is not failing, it is only getting bigger and bigger but unfortunately the forums are dying. 2017 is going to be the year that I focus on the forums. Already I have uploaded a huge amount of concerts from the parachutes era in our new multimedia section. In a few months, Coldplaying should have hundreds of Coldplay concerts available to download from fast dedicated servers (no more waiting for mega!). The gallery is also being updated regularly by our social media team, we have spent a lot of money on licenses so we can add even more high quality photos to the gallery. The wiki may become available by the end of the year but no promises! Finally the forums should become a bit more popular. With a bit of work and co-operation, I think that we can work to bring much more users to the forum. Just please keep in mind that I am only 16 and this is the first site I have managed so please be patient :p Now let's get ready for this new EP which should be amazing!

 

It's great to see such dedication to improving and growing the forums! Even after all the changes it's gone through over the past several years, I know that for me and a lot of other "old-timers" Coldplaying still feels like home :) Certainly it's no one's fault that social media has boomed so much (and that the band hasn't teased us with anything properly in awhile lol)!

 

Thanks for keeping us updated, Stephen!

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Yeah I've just been looking back on the timeline for post ideas and saw all the roadie42 blogs. This one in particular stood out because Coldplaying was mentioned. Coldplay seems to be more commercialised these days :(

 

oh yeah, the R42 blogs too :sob: on the one hand, it's nice to have things that make those eras unique and really special, but on the other hand i miss them... oh well :P

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Oof I just lost my entire Sunday reading through this thread and I am hyped :laugh2: I am waiting patiently for this, but I have to say, after seeing it performed a handful of times, I really want a studio version of the acoustic/stripped arrangement of Hymn For The Weekend... specifically the full band version from the Nova Red Room performance (I want new songs MORE... but I wouldn't hate it if it was included... which is highly unlikely haha)

 

 

(Side note; I must be really new because it took me so long to find this thread)

 

LOVE this version of Hymn and would also love having a studio version. I'd definitely rather the EP be new stuff, but if they threw this in I wouldn't complain.

 

and another note a few days after from Chris: http://www.coldplay.com/newsdetail.php?id=150

 

Man I remember this and it feels like a former life or something, haha. It's weird how different everything was eight years ago and how the buildup worked. For me personally at that time in my life I kept to myself and other than occasionally lurking for news, it was just like, see the announcement from the band and get really excited and just look forward to whenever I got it. I think I got PM for Christmas that year. I mean, nowadays I can't imagine not freaking if it isn't in my hands on release day, and thinking about it every day up until then, digging for news, early glances, etc. It also never even crossed my mind that I might not like it, or any sort of wondering what style it might be or anything like that. Not because I was more positive or anything but I just wasn't analytical about music at all ... it just showed up magically and I listened to it and loved it. :no_mouth:

I much prefer having all the hype and people to share the excitement with now, but I get a little nostalgic for the simplicity back then.

 

Well [uSER=100956]@Stephen[/uSER],

Let me tell you that I'm appreciating every second that you and the Coldplaying team are spending to keep Coldplaying up and running.

 

Ditto. Social media has changed a lot of things, some for the better and some at the expense of routines I loved. It felt like everything was simpler then and there was a lot more build up from the band themselves. It sort of felt more personal? ... which I realize is a ridiculous thing to say about such a massive band. But, I don't know, the R42 blogs and Oracle and stuff just made me feel "involved" with whatever the band were doing. Might just be how I remember it, though, and me changing. On a positive note, with social media I feel much more involved with other fans, though, and I think that's really important too. I mean, that actually inspired me to start interacting here on the forum where in the past I just skimmed it for news or photos. So, it's not all negative and I think there is still a place for message boards. This one is still way more active than a lot of bands' and from what I can tell much nicer. So, keep up the good work. I very much appreciate all the social media and news and forums and multimedia. It's been a crap year for me and Coldplay has been one of few positives ... having somewhere to read/talk about them is great.

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Ditto. Social media has changed a lot of things, some for the better and some at the expense of routines I loved. It felt like everything was simpler then and there was a lot more build up from the band themselves. It sort of felt more personal? ... which I realize is a ridiculous thing to say about such a massive band. But, I don't know, the R42 blogs and Oracle and stuff just made me feel "involved" with whatever the band were doing. Might just be how I remember it, though, and me changing. On a positive note, with social media I feel much more involved with other fans, though, and I think that's really important too. I mean, that actually inspired me to start interacting here on the forum where in the past I just skimmed it for news or photos. So, it's not all negative and I think there is still a place for message boards. This one is still way more active than a lot of bands' and from what I can tell much nicer. So, keep up the good work. I very much appreciate all the social media and news and forums and multimedia. It's been a crap year for me and Coldplay has been one of few positives ... having somewhere to read/talk about them is great.

 

That's really good to hear, glad you enjoy the forums :)

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