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    Coldplay's Oracle on Guy Berryman's Brother in Sweden

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    March 26, 2009 - submitted by Paul, Korea South

    Q. Dear Oracle, I've been trying to find an answer to this question everywhere, but I finally decided to ask you, which seems to be the best solution. The question is; was Brothers & Sisters released as a single or as EP? Some sources say it's EP (e.g. iTunes) but the official Coldplay website here, doesn't refer to it as EP, while other websites call it a single. What's the truth? Thanks, Oracle.

    The Oracle replies:

    It's widely referred to as a single. I recall the term EP being banded about and the term does indeed fit. Basically a single would usually consist of an A side (the lead single) and a B side (another track). Brothers & Sisters was released with 3 tracks in total so technically it is an EP (extended play). An EP usually consists of 3-5 songs.


    March 26, 2009 - submitted by Roffe, Sweden

    Q. Does Guy have a twin brother who lives in Sweden?

    The Oracle replies:

    It just so happens that Guy does have a brother who looks like him and guess where he currently is? Sweden!

    March 25, 2009 - submitted by Christi, United States of America

    Q. Dear Oracle, Forgive me if this is common knowledge but I'm a fairly new Coldplay fan. What are the paintings on the cover art of the Viva la Vida and Prospekt's March?

    The Oracle replies:

    Both feature original paintings by Eugene Delacroix. The first being Liberty Leading the People, the latter is called the Battle of Poitiers.


    March 25, 2009 - submitted by Katie, United States of America

    Q. I am getting married in September, and I really want to walk down the aisle to Reign of Love just the piano version, do you know where I can buy that? And if I could get also Lovers in Japan just the piano version?

    The Oracle replies:

    I'm afraid there are no instrumental versions of those songs. Another option would be to get someone to play the music live on the day or pre-record it. As there's also no official songbook for the latest album that might be easier said than done. Unless you rely on the Internet for unofficial music scores, there's nothing else I can suggest. God luck for the big day!




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