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  1. 5 points
    let's admit that everything will happen the moment we least expect it to happen
  2. 3 points
    This is an idea that came to my mind spontaneously. I thought it might be fun to start a new topic with this as subject: details from a Coldplay performance, share you observations! I wanted to start a a topic where people can share their observations and (even the smallest things) things they noticed anywhere at a performance of a certain song, performance for a show or live TV, or a full Coldplay gig (perhaps were you there?). Even the smallest thing you like to share and talk about are welcome!!! Maybe if more people find your post interesting enough, there will be some kind of discussion about! You can share anything about any detail you have ever noticed and want to talk about or discuss with others here! I'm waiting! Let's talk about some interesting things (new and old) you might have noticed at a certain song performance, television performance, a full Coldplay gig, anything!
  3. 3 points
    They don't necessarily have to play a new song to symbolize a new era. This could easily be similar to their 2015 iHeart Radio appearance. If they perform in regular stage black with nothing special on their instruments, then a new album may not be coming as soon as we're hoping. If they perform in a new wardrobe, or something interesting on their instruments, then a new record is right around the corner. I don't personally think we'll get a new song (I really, really, hope I'm wrong), but I do think there will be hints towards the new era on stage with them.
  4. 2 points
    here's the center vocal mix of Fix You from that gig. They also turned up Will in the choruses. Still one of my fav performances of the song especially on the choruses but maybe it's just the vocal processing... center fix you canada 2006.mp3
  5. 1 point
    its really simple but I can only do it with 5.1 sources. Good thing is that whoever mixes CP live tends to put the vocals on the centre channel! Strange that not many people are analysing their 5.1 rips cuz theres lots of stuff in there to learn.
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    Wow great idea! This is actually the reasoning why I've thus became so obsessive with heavily collecting their performances. I've only been into the band since 2015 with just listening to their songs from their main albums which went into getting to know their B-Sides/Demos/Unreleased etc. Finally, I must've came across a particular live performance that wow'ed me to the point where I wanted to grab hold of them since I liked how a song was played. In result, the last 2 years I've set a mission to quite literally collect every single performance of theirs... yes, all of them... every single performance since they've first formed lol. I've spent so much time in these 2 years with digging and logging information of what I have so far or what I seek and I swear I'm not even remotely close to even being 5% of the way. If I make the time I think you might see me make quite a few posts here in this thread sharing what I thought was remarkable, even in the slightest of ways. I'll start off my share of likings with a performance of Fix You! - What I loved here was how he says "...and I will try to fix you" shortly after the timestamp 3:10. I'm sure there's an actual term for what this is called but I don't know it so my best explanation is that Chris sings those words in a chest voice yet executing it powerfully as opposed to how he normally sings this song. Usually he sings it in the same way as in the album or in this chest voice but not as powerful as he does here. Fix You (Live at Air Canada Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 2006) July 10, 2006
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    This topic includes a poll, make sure to vote if you haven't voted yet! Oooh, the opinions are divided! It's currently fifty-fifty!!! Do you think Coldplay will add at least 1 brand new song to their setlist for this festival?
  8. 1 point
    I'll start I found this HQ video of their performance of The Scientist from earlier this year at the Hollywood Palladium. As we all know (hopefully), during this song live Jonny always changes guitars for the big outro guitar riff, this happens at 3:32 (where the video starts!) but when Jonny starts playing the electric guitar I noticed somebody else backstage picks it up and continues to play the chords on the same acoustic guitar for the outro but we don't get to see it. I know this isn't the first performance of The Scientist where this happens but I decided to share it now because I finally found high quality footage where you can actually hear the acoustic really well! If you find it difficult to hear the acoustic guitar, go to: 4:15 and close your eyes for a few seconds and I'm sure you'll be able to hear it! That person who goes on is backstage but I've been wondering who it could be..... Do you think it's Matt McGinn, or Phil?
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  10. 1 point
    Today exactly 5 years ago, I joined the Coldplaying community and I don't regret that that. To be honest, it's probably one of the best things that have happened in my life! I had never thought I would meet so many great people on the internet to share my passion with, Coldplay and their music. I'm so grateful to be part of this beautiful place! I can definitely say I'm a proud Coldplaying member for five straight years!
  11. 1 point
    My gut feeling is that they wouldn’t have bothered with the concert if they were just going to solely play the hits they’ve played to death before. When global citizen got cancelled it seems like the Coldplay team has rushed to book another gig for September. They MUST be trying to promote something!

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