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    Coldplay's Quiet Storm

    rollingstonecoldplay1.jpgThe morning after four bombs detonate in London, Chris Martin climbs aboard a Number Twenty-nine red double-decker bus and up its winding stairs. As we slowly putter south down Camden Road, Martin whips back the top of his hooded sweat shirt, smiles and says, "I haven't done this in so long."

     

    He's not talking about riding public transportation but rather about a visit to his old neighborhood, where he and Coldplay first started writing, rehearsing and performing the songs that would shape the group's rise to the top of the charts. Soon we are riding by the former Laurel Tree club, the site of Coldplay's very first gig -- a sold-out affair under the awful name Starfish -- and where they scored their first paycheck, for 80 pounds (about $130), and split it four ways.

     

    Read the full excerpt from Rolling Stone here




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