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TheBigBadBono

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  • Your favourite Coldplay album?
    VLVODAAHF
  • Favourite Coldplay song
    Glass of Water/High Speed/Èkó/Clocks
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  1. I must admit I'm not feeling entirely hopeful about the new era. But I think people are forgetting that Music of the Spheres as a concept started during the Viva days and that all the reused terms (Alien Radio) and reused set ideas and costumes from the MX tour seem to confirm this. Just like the MX and Viva eras, Jon Hopkins is allegedly back (from his reddit AMA) and that we've heard only one pop song (HP) while hearing another in the vein of Everyday Life (HH) and a weird ambient intro that sounds like the Escapist, MMIX, and Always in My Head combined. People are also overlooking
  2. Don't Let it Break Your Heart vs Glass of Water
  3. All Your Friends vs A L I E N S
  4. See You Soon vs Careful Where You Stand
  5. Til Kingdom Come vs Ghost Story
  6. This entire This entire era seems so much like MX that I'm almost certain that the album will be more like MX/VLV than AHFOD/GS. The entire project seems so ambitious and well-planned and structured, and they seem to be going back to those concepts from 2008-2012: short transitional tracks, songs fading into each other, great electronic ambience, a more diverse sound, even the use of clothing and stage design, as well as the comeback of song titles from those particular eras.
  7. Human Heart vs Postcards from Far Away
  8. I don't know about you but I'd love to see a Coldplay post-rock song, in the style of Sigur Ros - haunting falsettos, droning guitars, gigantic orchestration, and moments of beautiful ambience in between these huge crescendos. It's one of the few genres I can think of in modern music that they haven't touched yet, so based on it being Will's favorite song and Guy saying they've never done it before, I still have some hope for that!
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