TealAppeal Posted August 13, 2021 Share Posted August 13, 2021 (edited) My memory is a bit fuzzy however I believe during Coldplay's Viva La Vida tour at some venues they handed out a free CD to concert goers. Unfortunately though I went to one of the shows during the Viva tour... I wasn't one who got it because Coldplay did this like after a few stops and the venue I attended, that idea wasn't yet formed. Anyway after reading up on it in 2011 or so I bought a used CD copy for $50 online like on Ebay. I felt it was worth the steep cost because of the scarcity factor and the fact it was only available to select attendees etc. It was never sold on the Coldplay store. I also read reviews and it was very positive so the Coldplay fan in me was like, I need this for my collection. Anyway jump to today, I discovered they're making "Left Right Left Right Left" available to buy digitally through iTunes and elsewhere. Here is the html link Coldplay provided on their Youtube community post; https://coldplay.lnk.to/LRLRL I'm glad this CD gets more listeners however I'm curious if this'll result in my physical CD being less valuable. Does anyone have an answer? Edited August 13, 2021 by TealAppeal Adding URL Link Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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