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The Adversary last won the day on November 11 2019

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  1. After AHFOD nothing surprises me with them anymore. They weren’t even confident enough to tour on EL and that says a lot about them now. It’s more about staying relevant and packing out the stadiums and grasping on to any old trend going than making heartfelt music. That strategy might play in the short term but it’s really going to hurt their legacy down the line.
  2. I’m going to vote with my wallet this time and simply not buy the album.
  3. You see, my problem with Coldplay the last few years (EL excluded) is just how bland and middle of the road they’ve become. I’m not against them releasing a pop record per se, but do it in a way that upholds your artistic and creative integrity. What do I mean by this? Well, lots of people are hearing a slight 80’s vibe to the new single... well if you want to go 80’s then go FULL 80’s synth wave (aha style) Not tik tok rubbish. It’s not befitting of a band of their calibre. For some reason, whether it’s down to the band themselves or whoever is producing the music, great ideas get d
  4. It’s just a matter of personal taste. I’ve posted about it loads here over the years but it just seems every time they go ‘pop’ it just gets worse and worse. The new single to me sounds like it could have been lifted straight from AHFOD or any of the recent EP’s. I just find it derivative and crap to be honest. For those that enjoy it, more power to you’s. It’s just not for me.
  5. I expected nothing and was still let down. Seems EL was just a flash in the pan and now they’re back to pop Coldplay.
  6. I love Everyday Life. To me this album is even better than Viva, and that’s really saying something for a Coldplay album released this decade. Long live Oldplay.
  7. If it does happen (big if) I don’t know how it would really turn out. Ken Nelson has a big footprint on that record and without him I think a lot of the songs could end up sounding very Ghost Stories-esque and in my opinion that would be a step backward for that album, not forward. Or Chris Martin could go full new play and have Arianna Grande do vocals on Fix You and turn Speed of Sound into an R&B/Rap track.....
  8. X&Y is the definition of Oldplay so if you enjoy it more than X&Y it’s definitely a return!
  9. This is scandalous. Life just isn’t fair sometimes. The fact there was only 300 tickets, we never had a hope. This is the third time I’ve missed out on tickets.... agh maybe next time!
  10. Will they go up on the likes of stubhub, viagogo etc? I’d pay a bit more for tickets but £500 is extortionate.
  11. No, I doubt I’ll get tickets now. Anyone hazard a guess how much they’ll be going for on resale websites?
  12. X&Y is NOT a failed version of anything... and certainly doesn’t need “fixing” : unamused:
  13. Everyday life was the first LP that got me excited about the band in a very long time but this news coming from record execs hinting that LP9 is more poppy and mainstream is disappointing to say the least. I had this uneasy feeling before AHFOD was released that turned out being correct, and I have it again now. I really do hope I’m wrong. To clarify, I have no real objection to the band doing something that’s more uplifting and happy than EL, but if it’s going to be pop I’d want to see it being more like MX than AHFOD. The live version of some MX songs seen before the album was released
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