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⭐️DISCUSS COLDPLAY'S RUMOURED UPCOMING ALBUM!🪐

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  • Birthday 04/21/1993

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    Will
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    AROBTTH
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    Clocks
  1. This album is interesting to say the least. Here is my list in reverse order. 12: X Marks the Spot: I wasn't sure why people were really disliking this song at first. However after listening to it I get it. Man this is up there with "True Love" "Us against the World" and "Up in Flames" as one of their bad ones. 3.5/10 11: A Head Full of Dreams: Weird to say that this one was very very boring to listen to. Which is not how you want to start your album. (4.5/10) 10: Everglow: Much like "True Love" this one is too melodramatic and whiny. I liked it at first and at least it has the right music to make it work somewhat. Still only average. (5.5/10) 9: Colour Spectrum: Honestly l wanted to see more out of it but it is a transition piece so at least it is atmospheric. (6/10) 8: Amazing Day: A very nice sounding song. It is simple and Johnny's guitar riffs are fantastic but it has little else going for it. Still good though. (7/10) 7: Kaleidoscope: The best of the two transition pieces. It has some great atmosphere and sounds calm and soothing. Also cool Obama cameo at the end. (7.5/10) 6: Hymn for the Weekend: Much like "Midnight" was this is a very experimental track for Coldplay. "POC" still sounded very Coldplay-esque and this doesn't. However that is the issue. It feels more like a Beyonce song featuring Coldplay. Despite that it has a brilliant beat and is catchy as hell. (7.5/10) 5: Adventure of a Lifetime: Also very experimental but unlike "Hymn" it has the advantage of being very upbeat and with a lot of punch to it. It is also a sound that is truly Coldplay which makes it more impressive. (8/10) 4: Bird: People will like this one because it is more like "Old" Coldplay. While I like this song I don't think it is as good as the top 3 on the album. However this song has great speed and rhythm. It is let down however by a weak climax. (8/10) 3: Army of One: Now we get to the strawberry on top of the cake. A fantastic anthem of both solidarity and promise with a great beat and power to the theme. (8.5/10) 2: Up&Up: Another great anthem song with the theme of stopping at nothing to achieve your goals but this time with the great chorus with a fantastic group of backing singers. Much like "Fly On" this was a great closing track. (9/10) 1: Fun (feat. Tove Lo): I am surprised that the best song on this album is a song about essentially seeing the joy in things. What makes it brilliant is that it is also about reminiscing about the good times. Tove Lo also really helps sell it and the combination of her and Chris is what a collaboration really is. A brilliant song. (9/10) Overall this album has a lot of strong points. It combines a lot of the strongest aspects of Coldplay despite some failed experimentations. Definitely a worthwhile Album.
  2. This album is interesting to say the least. Here is my list in reverse order. 12: X Marks the Spot: I wasn't sure why people were really disliking this song at first. However after listening to it I get it. Man this is up there with "True Love" "Us against the World" and "Up in Flames" as one of their bad ones. 3.5/10 11: A Head Full of Dreams: Weird to say that this one was very very boring to listen to. Which is not how you want to start your album. (4.5/10) 10: Everglow: Much like "True Love" this one is too melodramatic and whiny. I liked it at first and at least it has the right music to make it work somewhat. Still only average. (5.5/10) 9: Colour Spectrum: Honestly l wanted to see more out of it but it is a transition piece so at least it is atmospheric. (6/10) 8: Amazing Day: A very nice sounding song. It is simple and Johnny's guitar riffs are fantastic but it has little else going for it. Still good though. (7/10) 7: Kaleidoscope: The best of the two transition pieces. It has some great atmosphere and sounds calm and soothing. Also cool Obama cameo at the end. (7.5/10) 6: Hymn for the Weekend: Much like "Midnight" was this is a very experimental track for Coldplay. "POC" still sounded very Coldplay-esque and this doesn't. However that is the issue. It feels more like a Beyonce song featuring Coldplay. Despite that it has a brilliant beat and is catchy as hell. (7.5/10) 5: Adventure of a Lifetime: Also very experimental but unlike "Hymn" it has the advantage of being very upbeat and with a lot of punch to it. It is also a sound that is truly Coldplay which makes it more impressive. (8/10) 4: Bird: People will like this one because it is more like "Old" Coldplay. While I like this song I don't think it is as good as the top 3 on the album. However this song has great speed and rhythm. It is let down however by a weak climax. (8/10) 3: Army of One: Now we get to the strawberry on top of the cake. A fantastic anthem of both solidarity and promise with a great beat and power to the theme. (8.5/10) 2: Up&Up: Another great anthem song with the theme of stopping at nothing to achieve your goals but this time with the great chorus with a fantastic group of backing singers. Much like "Fly On" this was a great closing track. (9/10) 1: Fun (feat. Tove Lo): I am surprised that the best song on this album is a song about essentially seeing the joy in things. What makes it brilliant is that it is also about reminiscing about the good times. Tove Lo also really helps sell it and the combination of her and Chris is what a collaboration really is. A brilliant song. (9/10) Overall this album has a lot of strong points. It combines a lot of the strongest aspects of Coldplay despite some failed experimentations. Definitely a worthwhile Album.
  3. This album is interesting to say the least. Here is my list in reverse order. 12: X Marks the Spot: I wasn't sure why people were really disliking this song at first. However after listening to it I get it. Man this is up there with "True Love" "Us against the World" and "Up in Flames" as one of their bad ones. 3.5/10 11: A Head Full of Dreams: Weird to say that this one was very very boring to listen to. Which is not how you want to start your album. (4.5/10) 10: Everglow: Much like "True Love" this one is too melodramatic and whiny. I liked it at first and at least it has the right music to make it work somewhat. Still only average. (5.5/10) 9: Colour Spectrum: Honestly l wanted to see more out of it but it is a transition piece so at least it is atmospheric. (6/10) 8: Amazing Day: A very nice sounding song. It is simple and Johnny's guitar riffs are fantastic but it has little else going for it. Still good though. (7/10) 7: Kaleidoscope: The best of the two transition pieces. It has some great atmosphere and sounds calm and soothing. Also cool Obama cameo at the end. (7.5/10) 6: Hymn for the Weekend: Much like "Midnight" was this is a very experimental track for Coldplay. "POC" still sounded very Coldplay-esque and this doesn't. However that is the issue. It feels more like a Beyonce song featuring Coldplay. Despite that it has a brilliant beat and is catchy as hell. (7.5/10) 5: Adventure of a Lifetime: Also very experimental but unlike "Hymn" it has the advantage of being very upbeat and with a lot of punch to it. It is also a sound that is truly Coldplay which makes it more impressive. (8/10) 4: Bird: People will like this one because it is more like "Old" Coldplay. While I like this song I don't think it is as good as the top 3 on the album. However this song has great speed and rhythm. It is let down however by a weak climax. (8/10) 3: Army of One: Now we get to the strawberry on top of the cake. A fantastic anthem of both solidarity and promise with a great beat and power to the theme. (8.5/10) 2: Up&Up: Another great anthem song with the theme of stopping at nothing to achieve your goals but this time with the great chorus with a fantastic group of backing singers. Much like "Fly On" this was a great closing track. (9/10) 1: Fun (feat. Tove Lo): I am surprised that the best song on this album is a song about essentially seeing the joy in things. What makes it brilliant is that it is also about reminiscing about the good times. Tove Lo also really helps sell it and the combination of her and Chris is what a collaboration really is. A brilliant song. (9/10) Overall this album has a lot of strong points. It combines a lot of the strongest aspects of Coldplay despite some failed experimentations. Definitely a worthwhile Album.
  4. Hello and welcome to the Coldplaying community, CLANNADAT! Enjoy your stay and feel free to introduce yourself on the 'new members' section :) If you have an Android or Apple device, please try out our new mobile app. It's easy to use, fast and connects to the full site. It's listed as 'Coldplaying' on Google Play or 'CPing' on the iTunes store. Links are also at the top of the page. We're excited for the upcoming tour and we will post tour dates on the 'Coldplay live' section, as soon as the band announce them. Now would be the perfect time to make friends in our community, ready for the greatest celebration ever! Have a great day -Sparky & the Coldplaying.com team

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