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    Coldplay's Oracle: There may be no more butterflies for the next tour

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    March 23, 2010 - submitted by Makayla, United States of America

    Q. Dear lovely Oracle, Myself along with many other Coldplayers at coldplaying.com have been wondering whether or not the butterflies will stick around for the next tour. I don't think Lovers in Japan will ever be the same without butterflies!

    The Oracle replies:

    I would doubt it to be honest. I know the Yellow balloons made it to another tour but as Yellow is the first single it feels different to have them continue; it became quite iconic to have those big balloons bouncing around while everyone tried to hit one, pop one or collect one! I'm sure the guys will want to try new things for the next tour.

    March 23, 2010 - submitted by Roberto, Mexico

    Q. I know is quite late for my any comment about it... anyways I must say that, no matter it's already been almost 2 weeks, Coldplay's concert in Monterrey still taking my breath away every time I remember it... Txs you guys(all of you) for that. The question is...Where can I get the leftrightleftrightleft of: FORO SOL 1&2, GUADALAJARA and Bogota? I've got Monterrey's, of course...Cheers Oracle.

    The Oracle replies:

    All the cds that were handed out are exactly the same so there is no difference between the one you got at your Monterrey show and ones at the previous shows.


    March 23, 2010 - submitted by Belinda, United States of America

    Q. Do you ever want to cry when you think about how far you and the boys have come since their first LP? I kinda do!

    The Oracle replies:

    There were tears on the Latin American tour for that very reason. There really was an overwhelming sense of amazement, pride and joy at looking out every night and seeing and hearing so many people. It's ten years since Parachutes was released and that did indeed make it all the more emotional.


    March 22, 2010 - submitted by Noemie, Belgium



    Q. Hello Oracle! A very short question! Do you like the band Mumford & Sons? :) Thanks!

    The Oracle replies:

    Yes we all like Mumford & Sons so check them out if you haven't had the chance to hear them yet. FYI: Will had tickets for their recent London show - the day after landing back from the Latin American tour.


    March 22, 2010 - submitted by Bart, Netherlands

    Q. Dear Oracle, I have got a girlfriend since two months. She is really sweet and all but we have only hold hands. All my friends say that I must kiss her as soon as possible (and as long as possible). But my problem is that I am rather afraid of doing that. Is that weird? Do you have any tips for me?

    The Oracle replies:

    No it's not weird but you should only kiss someone when it feels right for you both and the right time will probably become pretty obvious to you when it arrives.

    Friends will have their view of you and your situation and maybe they're all doing other stuff but there's no rush you just do what you want and my tip is - don't give into peer pressure.


    March 22, 2010 - submitted by Evelien, Belgium

    Q. Dear Oracle, I was wondering the other day: was Ode to Deodorant ever burnt on a cd and given away or something? I know they made a cassette and sent it to a radio station for a competition, but a cassette seems very 'old school', even for those days. ( + saw one pass on ebay several months ago and I was wondering if it was a genuine copy). Thanks in advance !

    The Oracle replies:

    Well the master copy of the track was certainly burned onto a cd. Cassettes were still circulating in the demo world but they were on their way out. It was more to send to Radio Stations to play although there was an Xfm competition they entered too. (The Safety EP -on cd- had been sent to Steve Lamacq at Radio 1 earlier than this though). If the copy you saw was the same one that I also saw it was indeed an original.




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