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    Coldplay's Oracle on what happens after the Wembley finale...

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    September 18, 2009 - submitted by lLsa, United States of America

    Q. I'm not a big fan of this term, but "OMG", you guys must be flipping out! There are only 2! *^&%'ing concerts left on the tour!!! I'm slightly embarrassed to say that over the year-and-a-half I saw 4 of the concerts, and they were all memorable for different reasons. It's a bit sad knowing there is not another one to look forward to...well I suppose I am looking forward to the next album and tour - a whole new ball game. What happens to you, Dear Oracle? Will you continue to answer questions? Will you dig into the stash of unanswered questions from the past year?

    The Oracle replies:

    We will all return after the weekend as usual so keep checking back. I will of course be delving into my substantial archive of questions but you'll still be able to ask new ones. See you all on the other side of the mammoth Wembley shows. To all who are attending, have a great night and stay safe!

    September 18, 2009 - submitted by Simone, Germany

    Q. Hi clever Oracle! My question refers to the crew. are all of them British or are they composed of different nations? Love, S.

    The Oracle replies:

    The crew is international. Obviously there are many British crew members but a tour of this size requires so many people, they're from all over.


    September 18, 2009 - submitted by Alison, United Kingdom

    Q. Dear Oracle. I am currently listening to the Glasgow concert on Radio 1. Did we upset Jay-Z in Manchester as he did not come out and sing on Lost like I have just heard on the Radio. I feel disappointed that he did not do this at Old Trafford.

    The Oracle replies:

    It would have been amazing and I even had my camera ready to film the moment if it happened but as you know, it didn't. Disappointing as it was for 'us' listening to Glasgow hearing Lost+ in its glory we have to remember Jay had a very tight schedule that weekend that saw him in NYC the following evening at the VMAs so it just wasn't possible in Manchester. At least we can listen online to the Radio 1 show and enjoy it over and over. It was a real goosebump moment; even Anchorman got them!


    September 18, 2009 - submitted by Mathilde, France

    Q. Hi!!I'll celebrate my 19th birthday on September 24th. Could Coldplay sing for me? Thanx!

    The Oracle replies:

    Sappy as this may sound, the band sing for you all with every song; they won't be able to sing for your birthday I'm afraid. It's my Mum's 70th birthday today so big Oracle love to her - even she won't be getting a Happy Birthday from the band. It's also my niece's birthday today and she will be representing at Wembley but there'll be no shout out.

    So, happy birthday to one and all whenever your big day is! Special mention to Bianca in Peru who's having her party tonight...


    September 18, 2009 - submitted by Emily, United States of America

    Q. Dear Oracle, In The interview with Jonny on Coldplay.com the interviewer said to Jonny, "Well, you had the biggest selling album in the world last year" and then Jonny replies "Did we? That is incredible." So did the band (or Jonny) not know about this? I'm just curious. But please reply though! Sincerely, Emily

    The Oracle replies:

    On 28th January I was in the studio and we were talking about the fact Viva was the biggest selling album in the world in 2008 and they hadn't known long; Jonny found out the day before during that interview. They did know it was the 2nd biggest seller in the U.K.




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