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    Coldplay's Oracle Advises On How To Ticket Swap

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    December 16, 2008 - submitted by Peter, Ireland

    Q. Oh oracle oh oracle... i have a predicament... i have tickets to Monday 22nd December's show in the o2 Dublin but am now unable to attend due to a family homecoming for xmas... i have tried desperatly for a swap for the sunday show to no avail.. should i give up on a swap or persevere??

    The Oracle replies:

    Get yourself on www.coldplaying.com's forum and ask if anyone wants to swap...

    December 16, 2008 - submitted by Julia, United Kingdom

    Q. Hey, Oracle.I've heard Coldplay's previous name was Starfish. Why'd they change it?

    The Oracle replies:

    Er because it was c**p! C'mon it's not the greatest name is it?


    December 16, 2008 - submitted by Caroline, United Kingdom

    Q. Absolutely loved the gig at the MEN on 11th Dec ... after the exhilaration of each show how do the band wind down? I have never heard crowd singing like it ... to hear your own songs like that must give them a massive buzz!

    The Oracle replies:

    Apparently the crowd was even louder there on Friday 12th. They do love the buzz without a doubt and it takes them a while to wind down. If they're hanging around at the venue they'll chill out, have a drink, say hello to friends or go back to the hotel or home but they couldn't go straight to sleep! Come to think of it, do you find it easy to wind down even after watching them? It always takes me ages to get to sleep especially when I've got the Viva whoa ohs in my head...


    December 16, 2008 - submitted by Francisco, Guatemala

    Q. Dude! An green question: what's the best thing for the environment to do, throw the waste paper in a basket or into the toilet?

    The Oracle replies:

    Recycle it! Don't throw it into a toilet, that's not good. Unless of course it's toilet paper.


    December 16, 2008 - submitted by lucy, United Kingdom

    Q. Hi Oracle went to the Sunday O2 gig and every second of it was TOTALLY FANTASTIC, especially the butterfly bit. It seems to me that every gig they do is the best ever - but have they every actually DONE a bad gig? And does every gig feel like the best to them too? Or do they just get used to it every night?

    Thanks very much. Love Lucy, Cornwall xx

    The Oracle replies:

    They don't do bad gigs but they definitely have days where they feel it's not been their personal best. Performing live is like that for practically everyone. For whatever reason, shows can feel very different even if they're playing a similar or same set every night. They feed off the crowd too so if you want to improve the chances of it being a great gig to the best gig, go NUTS!




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