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⭐️DISCUSS COLDPLAY'S RUMOURED UPCOMING ALBUM!🪐

MarckozZ

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  1. 8 hours ago, 42Escapist said:

    I suppose the only reason I those older songs are listed is because very old unreleased songs have seen the light of day. Go to around the 43 minute and 40 second mark this video from the MX sessions in 2009 and tell me that's not A L I E N S.😉

    Us Against The World is a possibility because Chris talked about a "finished" version of it in the same Instagram live stream where he mentioned UFO #2. 

    I do agree that the oldest songs on this list are very unlikely to show up on MOTS, though.

    Yup, that's A L I E N S hahah! I know sometimes that happens, they release something old, but i doubt they'll release something like "A Ghost" old....

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  2. 14 hours ago, DJK said:

    Updated list 🙂

    Us Against the World
    UFO (#2)
    The Race
    A View From the Too
    A Ghost
    Lukas
    Lethal Drug / Love in a lethal dose
    Tomorrow
    Until the Water Flows Over
    Rescue St
    Life is Beautiful
    Car Kids
    So Sad

    Us Against the World
    UFO (#2)
    The Race
    A View From the Too
    A Ghost
    Lukas
    Lethal Drug / Love in a lethal dose
    Tomorrow
    Until the Water Flows Over
    Rescue St
    Life is Beautiful
    Car Kids
    So Sad

     

    Some of this songs are too old that I don't see them revisiting for a potential release on LP9... Lukas was released by Natalie Inbruglia (Chris gave her the song). 

    Gosh it's kinda frustrating to know some potential gems are laying around as unreleased demos on the band's studio... WE NEED THEM ALL. One of the most wanted demos is Car Kids, which seems to be a finished song on its own according to the Mylo Xyloto pop-up book. Also, Tomorrow/World Without You seems interesting (GS era).

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  3. 17 hours ago, Doomotron said:

    Never heard of them? On what were they released?

    How You See The World: Japanese bonus track, it was released only on that version of X&Y, nowhere else.

    https://www.discogs.com/es/Coldplay-XY/release/822292

     

    Lhuna: It's a song by Coldplay featuring Kylie Minogue. It was supposed to be on the album Viva La Vida but didn't make the cut. I was watching an interview from 2008 a couple weeks ago and Chris mentioned this song with Kylie, and said they didn't included it because "it was too sexy"... It was later released on December 1st, 2008, as part of a campain to raise funds to fight AIDS globally. 

    https://www.facebook.com/planetacoldplay/videos/chris-martin-kylie-minogue-lhuna/287649381668876/

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  4. 2 hours ago, 42Escapist said:

    I've been listening to A Rush Of Blood To The Head and its B-sides quite a lot lately. I'm really hoping we get a cool 20th anniversary deluxe re-release in 2022. They might not do this if they end up promoting a new album around the same time, but hey, we might get lucky.

    If I could put together a special anniversary deluxe edition, this is what I would include:

    • The original album, remastered
    • All the B-sides, remastered
    • Previously unreleased songs like Idiot and A Ghost. Maybe even A View From The Top, or whatever that song is actually called (because this is an unofficial title)
    • Demos and/or early live versions of songs from the 2001 tour
    • The full audio for Live 2003, because the original live album only includes part of the concert
    • Live 2003 on Blu-ray, including all the bonus features and music videos

    Wow, that'd be quite a re-release! It'd be awesome!

    Also, the full-lenght Live 2003 console recording (also unmastered/less people screams) is available floating around the web, it's in lossless quality too... that'd be the audio only part of the concert! :P

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  5. 3 hours ago, Xyloband_99 said:

    I remember there was a twitter account that was giving hints about MOTS and it was saying that "Music of The Spheres a two part journey to the stars" or something like that. So maybe it's a "real" double album concept (Everyday Life is not a double album properly). That account shared a snippet of beginning of The Race before all the leaks. So this info can be legit.

    That account was just a joke, and the snippets were here like forever! We have to accept the fact that account was just someone craving for attention XD 

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  6. 1 hour ago, Lamebutiloveit said:

    I was wondering whether anyone thinks that Music of the Spheres will be put on hold, and another LP will be released before it? I was anticipating that MOTS was going to be a large touring album, but as Coldplay-sized tours seem very unlikely at the moment, maybe the band have used COVID times to work on new, different material that may be more suited to release without touring. Thoughts?

    Actually, I think this has more sense that a Greatest Hits or a reworked-songs album. Maybe some old demo ideas could be useful to release as an album with no need of an extensive tour. 

     

    22 hours ago, I ran away said:

    Yeah, agree. They are definitely working old ideas from the MX Era, so the new album might be a spiritual successor to MX. Just like Everyday Life was a spiritual successor to VLVODAAHF in terms of soundscapes and album composition.

    EL is the spiritual successor of The Wedding Album... 

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  7. On 11/16/2020 at 2:14 PM, Xyloband_99 said:

     

    Here it is. They planned to play it on Glastonbury 2011. Also it says L.I.A.L.D. or T. K. Come. That means it could be an acoustic song and guitar richment in the song supports this theory. Another things are Car Kids after Charlie Brown and the last song. They first planned to play Moving to Mars but then decided to Up with the Birds. But then they changed their mind again and decided to play ETIAW. Also i know that they planned Moving to Mars to be the last song on the album instead of Up with the Birds. Coldplay has a thing that they play album opener as concert opener and album closer as concert closer so maybe that's why they planned Moving to Mars and Up with the Birds in this setlist.

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    Its great to see proof that Charlie Brown and Car Kids are separate songs... :D Also this means LIALD has a MX version!!! Wow!

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  8. 22 hours ago, Xyloband_99 said:

    It was in the songlist wall while they were recording MX (You can see it in South Bank Show). Also it's in the north american tour book of MX as first planned setlist for Glastonbury 2011 (as L.I.A.L.D, but we know it's basically Love in a Lethal Dose). 

    Do you have a picture of said mention?


  9. 14 hours ago, Everyday life said:

    You right, this might be a new version of Ode to Deodorant for LP9 i can tell 🤔

    Or maybe they just registered the song properly on ASCAP since it was used in the AHFOD film, or maybe we are geting an "old demos" compilation... but honestly I don't see them playing a song like that on a possible space-related album. I love that demo nonetheless!!!

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