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    The Oracle Answers Mass-Emailed Question From Coldplaying.com On Coldplay Memories

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    September 22, 2008 - submitted by Jen, United Kingdom

    Q. When the Oracle retires, what Coldplay memory will you treasure?

    The Oracle replies:

    Hmmm I think there must have been a little conspiracy to get this question answered as it can't be a co-incidence that so many have asked the same question in the same day! That's not why I am answering it by the way. The Oracle isn't easily led. There are too many amazing memories, first gig, first chart entry, first number one album, first Brit. The list goes on. I am going to choose something very current from this tour. You may have read in Roadie #42's blog about mobile phones being the new glow sticks. Well I have a very short video of that on my phone. It's such a goosebump inducing moment and one I would share with grandchildren were I to have any but that's not likely so am hoping great nieces and nephews will suffice? (FYI: That's directed to the many who asked about grandchildren specifically!)

    September 22, 2008 - submitted by Vetle, Norway

    Q. O Oracle! Would thou please answer this question and my spirit shall surely be calm; Me and two of my friends have just started a band, but we have not found a name yet, and since I really like the name Coldplay, and you've already taken it, we want compensation for it! Do you have a nice name for us?

    The Oracle replies:

    Maybe you should just look more closely at what you asked me? There's a couple of possible band names right there in your question. Calm Spirit, Spirit, Dead Calm, Compensation or maybe Me & My Two Friends?


    September 22, 2008 - submitted by Brett, United States of America

    Q. Do you think its fair to say that The Roots are one of the greatest bands that doesn't get enough respect?

    The Oracle replies:

    I think it's fair to say that in your opinion it's true. The Oracle was lucky enough to see The Roots in a fairly small venue in the U.K about 10 years ago. They were fantastic. I can't agree with the statement myself though because any band to have a career spanning over 20 years, who are still signed, selling records and shows are doing alright in my book. For every Roots there's dozens of great unsigned bands that will never get a break. That's how I roll.


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