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    The Oracle Speaks On Coldplay's Kylie Collaboration, 'Lhuna'

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    November 6, 2008 - submitted by Alison, United Kingdom

    Q. Is the reason you’ve ignored my question “When will we get to hear Lhuna?” fifteen times, that you simply don’t know the answer? I’m not trying to be rude, I just really want to hear that song and I think my question is as valid post of the ones answered. Much love, Alison

    The Oracle replies:

    I admire your tenacity I really do and I’m aware that you have repeatedly sent that question. I don’t answer every question and by now I was hoping people would see a pattern emerging. Some answers are being kept quiet as there’s a time and a place for announcements and this isn’t it. Anchorman reports news and so any questions about the future that I know the answer to may not be appropriate to reveal. Patience Alison is a virtue and you strike me as the virtuous kind.

    November 6, 2008 - submitted by Macky, United States of America

    Q. Dear O. The new tracklist of Prospekt’s March includes a song named “Now my feet wont touch the ground! Is it a remix of the old coldplay song “No more keeping my feet on the ground “. Are they related? Thank you.

    The Oracle replies:

    This is a popular question but no, they’re not related. If you listen to all of Coldplay’s tracks you will often see running and recurring themes: spider webs, bubbles and ladders to the sun to name a few.


    November 6, 2008 - submitted by May, Lebanon

    Q. dear mr oracle as you seem to know everything and has the solution to all i’m having a little problem as i listen to coldplay’s viva la vida i like to increase the sound volume a little especially on Lost! i like it loud so that makes my parents go crazy on me and i swear that so far i never listened to the song just one time with no interrupting !!! what should i do?? !!

    The Oracle replies:

    Get yourself a pair of headphones (and an adaptor for the stereo if needed) and listen to it that way but don’t blast it too loud, as you’ll cause permanent damage! Part of the child/parent relationship is playing music loud until you’re told to turn it down just as part of a parent/child relationship is constantly asking their offspring to reduce volumes. It’s part of the circle of life my friend.



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