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    Coldplay Back To Square One With Electric Performance

    Coldplay took Dublin by storm last night, performing to a sell-out crowd of 20,000 people on a sultry evening perfect for their re-emergence on the live music scene.


    And while the English chart-toppers have spent the last two years writing their latest album 'X & Y', they proved they are still up to speed when it comes to live performances.


    Bounding on stage just after 9pm, front man Chris Martin got straight into the swing of things, kicking off the set with Square One from the band's latest album. Whether they were relieved that fans were still enthusiastic to see them after their two-year hiatus or just excited to get out of the recording studio and back on stage, Coldplay's energy was palpable as they played through the set of regular hits and songs from their new album.


    "Some places were born great and Dublin was one of them," Chris Martin told the audience.


    It was the familiar melodies - Yellow, The Scientist and God Put A Smile On Your Face - which proved to be the most popular with the revellers. Martin continued to win the affection of the crowd after stumbling twice on 'Warning Sign' which he simply laughed off with the rest of the band.

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