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    X&Y
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    Speed Of Sound
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  1. Cyclades - Keep Shelly In Athens
  2. live version of Everyday Life (the song) is just too good
  3. The more I listen to it, the more it grows on me. It's the perfect photography of the actual world, it's like they've been on "sugar planet" for 10 years and then came back to Earth. It's not only a proper return to form, it's not only artistically relevant and inspired, it's a development and nearly a miracle. It came out of nowhere, in the worst part of their career, when all the faith in them and hope were completely lost. It's cohesive, mature, self-conscious, mystical, open-minded, and (most of all) universal. They are the band who made pop music universal again. You can relate to this album in every part of the planet, whatever is your language and your culture. It makes you feel like we have all something to share together and to be part of, in times when we are all scared and separated individuals, like a fish who is swimming upstream when everyone else is letting himself go with the current. Welcome back guys.
  4. Listened to it: good but kinda forgettable imho. Not enough relevant to be included in the album, but it's not bad
  5. Dear @I ran away, I really appreciate your courage to speak about it, I'm not even close to be a doctor but I think and hope that just doing it in public could be a good way to ease the pain and get a speedy (relatively speaking) recover, along with everything your therapy prescribes. It saddens me to hear this from you just after my return here on CPing, you have always been one of the most well-known and beautiful voices here and I know that life could be very tough at times, but I couldn't see it coming. In my life I've been lucky enough not to suffer of this kind of illnesses, so I can't understand your situation fully, but if there is something I'm certain is that music can always help to get everything better. I always cope with the feeling my life sucks and music literally saves me everyday, and I think I'm not the only one who thinks that. So this passion led me to discover such a huge amount of different music that I can't think about something that could be useful for you, but you can discover it by yourself. Music could and should be part of your recovery strategy, we all need you at the best, and YOU deserve to feel better than this, for the person you are. I can do so little for you from here, but just think that I've been away from CPing for ages and I have never forgotten about our great conversations together with other great people round here, so this means that you left something good in someone you've never met, and you can do it also with people you meet everyday or you're about to meet in your life. ...and also think about how many times I used the words "everyday" and "life" in this post, maybe in our darkest times we shouldn't be afraid to walk in the dark and let us be guided by a friendly voice like Chris' one. Maybe you don't know it, but this coincidence between the atmosphere of this LP and your situation could be good for you. My thoughts and hopes are obviously with @Famous Old Painter too, hope everything will be fine for you and your partner. This is not a CP song, but the title and the lyrics are my wish for you my friends, hope that one day you can say "as I finally leave the dark"
  6. Because Chris mental health in 2011 was clearly badly influenced by his ending relationship with Gwyneth and stress led to "different points of view about the direction the band should have been taking"
  7. My dream is always the same since 2008: Credits Producer: Jon Hopkins
  8. Sunrise 8 Church 9 Trouble In Town 9 BrokEn 8 Daddy 8 WOTW/POTP 7 Arabesque 8 When I Need A Friend 7 Guns 9 Orphans 7 Eko 7 Cry Cry Cry 8 Old Friends 7 Bani Adam 8 Champion Of The World 7 Everyday Life 10 Rating: 79/100 Parachutes-AROBTTH-X&Y-VLVODAAHF Everyday Life Ghost Stories MX-AHFOD
  9. The only song I find out of context is Champion Of The World, the rest of the album flows quite well, despite of the diversities among the songs and some raw transitions
  10. Guns is the first true political song since Violet Hill, and reminded me also of 1.36
  11. Am I too late to the party? Not posting on CPing since 2016 I think... :D I'm writing only to say that this is easily the best album they put out in ten years. Clearly not a masterpiece, but it is a solid effort generally speaking. Quite raw and not so cohesive at times, but I can say it is honest and not overproduced. I'll be doing track by track reviews when I'll get the album listened more than now, but my favourite moments are the ones where they try to get out of their comfort zone.
  12. Always waiting and hoping for the artistical rebirth of this band. Since 2011
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