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    Liverpool Preview: Coldplay 'Come Home'

    echoarenaliverpool1a.jpgThey may have met at university in London, but Coldplay will always count Liverpool as home, reports the Liverpool Echo.


    They’re now one of the biggest bands in the world, but before they were famous, and while they were first riding the crest of a wave, they were based in Parr Street Studio. Under the watchful eye of Grammy award winning Scouse producer Ken Nelson they recorded their first two albums – Parachutes and A Rush Of Blood To The Head – plus singles Shiver, Yellow, Trouble, In My Place and The Scientist in the heart of the city.


    And the band, who play the Echo arena on Sunday, still hold it close to their hearts. They’re massive Echo And The Bunnymen fans and last week late one night, while I was working on a supplement to honour the Liverpool legends I got a text from Chris Martin. It read: “Echo and the Bunnymen are the musical equivalent to Marmite. You either love them or you’re a ****.”


    Read the full preview article and enjoy pre-show updates in the Coldplay Live forum here

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