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Tonsu

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  1. I haven't listened to Coldplay for years but just popped on here after hearing AICT. I think it's a great track and it was memorable for me after the first listen (despite the awful production). But it wears its inspirations very obviously on its sleeve - Pictures of You by The Cure, their own Atlas, the later piano from Clocks, much of the rhythm and energy from Yes (and the live version towards the end the live extended version of Yes). It's completely derivative, safe and nothing they didn't beat on VLV almost ten years ago, but pretty decent (awful mixing aside). On the face of it it's an obvious heartfelt love plea allegory that someone here on Earth shouldn't be just one shoe from what should be a pair, which all sounds very sweet. However there's a deeper meaning imo. Look into masonic signs for one or two shoes missing and what that means. Also google 'order out of chaos' (also in the song ofc). Lots of other things about this band, particularly since MX came out - too much to list here. 3 is a very occult number so just look at the 3rd down line of the MX (which is a magickal symbol itself) cover. 'OTO'. Google that. Sorry. I have far more evidence than this, but a fansite probably isn't the place to spill it, and I really don't mean to upset anyone, but sometimes the truth hurts alas.
  2. Hello! You mentioned in one of your posts back in 2006 (10 years ago!!) that your friend's partner at the time had been at Coldplay's first gig. I'm making a programme about the band and would love to talk to them. Are you still in contact with them? Thanks!! Chelsea

  3. The final penny dropped for me watching the Atlas video (a song I loved - shame they don't make albums like that anymore!) and saw what came up when the word 'Lord' was sung. Oh and that Rihanna Video where she's writhing in front of graffiti with 'princess of Illuminati' didn't help much either. I personally think the Illuminati is a lower level misdirection to stop folk realising who is really behind all this - Jay-Z is worth most of a billion and he's still nowhere, nowhere near the top. 2Pac turned against it all and was killed. Most of them are just playing out their roles as they're meant to, in return for fame and fortune. Britney wasn't quite so lucky, Miley Cyrus may be the next one imho, sadly. Blatant mind control from an early age, just like Britney (ALL imo): It started in the 60s with Sergeant Pepper's but they were much more subtle about it then - they had to see how much we could be pushed into the lies before we started to doubt things. Now they think they can get away with just about anything, and apart from the few who are prepared to keep their minds open, it seems they can.
  4. Whatever insinuation you are making at me you make on yourself. Look in the mirror.
  5. As a hardcore fan of the band until recently the guy in the video is right on so many levels, even though he gets a few things wrong (mainly the deeper stuff - don't just pick him up on using wrong photos please or you may look a bit silly - there is photoshopped stuff used daily in the UK in newspapers - PROVEN!!!). They may very well not do anything bad whatsoever in their private lives, but there is a price to pay for fame (and Coldplay's part is blatantly the 'goody two-shoes let's bring the white middle class into the game role' imo), and you don't suddenly become best friends with Jay-Z because you share similar taste in sushi. Chris Martin will be aware of exactly how Hollywood and the music industry work. If anyone would like to discuss I'd be happy to, though obviously I don't come here much anymore :)
  6. Shocking interview. I know (Chris mainly but the others back him up) they always talk shite but that's quite a step too far when for the early years they were totally reinvigorating rock and roll (it's not just 'rock' - you need the 'roll' - the groove they still had on Viva as a band). I guess I'm done with them but I'm sure many other corporate/X-factor/1Bieber/Miley fans will still pour in, so after 15 years and many gigs more than that they won't miss me (and vice versa!). Do you have any idea how obviously occult Coldplay have been since MX??? (It even has OTO spelled out for you on the third line of the 'A' side cover ffs!). Are folk really this beguiled by their TVs, Facebook etc, and iPhones they don't notice (not all of this is directed at yourself, obviously)?!! I can only conclude that they are. Looking back (and with much more personal knowledge of dark stuff now, alas) it goes further back than that, but MX was when they really showed what they were about imo. If you don't want 'blood on your hands' from the music you listen to I suggest you take a good long look at your collection and (if you have stuff by them) research properly about the likes of The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Bowie, U2, Elton John, Queen, Madonna, Jay-Z, Beyonce (not saying anything about any of them mind...research yourself) and yes, Coldplay. The last great British rock revival (as a whole thing the country came together over) came with The Stone Roses, who led directly to Oasis. They were crushed legally. I wonder why? Here's what their lead singer says about the music business: "The music business: bad - "It's a filthy business. If you're a superstar, you can get supplied with young children, if that's your thing." http://www.theguardian.com/music/2002/feb/02/shopping.popandrock
  7. The moon is extremely occult...and not in a good way at all. I'm not surprised - MX at last showed their colours nailed to the mast for all to see (OTO as the final line on the A side cover anyone?, and that's just for starters with that album). It took me a few years of looking into it quite deeply, but this is not good stuff :(
  8. Many thanks to all for the reviews and vids :) Good for you Batman telling that muppet where to go! There were masses of celebs and people who obviously had 'connections' there - I was in the champagne bar at one point and noticed quite a few familiar faces but as I don't watch TV and films anymore I don't know who they were really - no megastars but I'm sure there were a few there. Then there are those with connections to the venue who can either get tickets for themselves or for friends. My friend has a box at the 02 for example for all gigs to treat clients. Sickening really so I think Coldplay did a fantastic thing for the fans with the front row seats, otherwise they could have gone to these types of folks, touts etc. Very tall and slim. Brownish hair shaved very short. Quiet chap. Met him twice actually (he might be in some of the photos of the boat party thread from years ago) and he was also at the Crisis gig in Newcastle in 2010 taking a few photos at the front, though didn't say hello, and (maybe - can't remember if there was blog stuff that night) doing the web stuff. To be honest that was the last time I saw him so someone else may have taken it over, but the writing style is exactly the same now as ever. I don't do front row at the standing gigs and hadn't seen the band for two years until this week. Someone who knows who he is and either got front row or close or went to a smaller gig since then could confirm if it's still him. He's very discreet and not that recognisable (not in a bad way!) so you'd probably just think he was a photographer if you saw him. Ginger Jesus sounds more like an assistant to me - but what a job making peoples' dreams come true!!! :D
  9. I met him a couple of years ago. Though a new person could have taken on the 'role' I guess (?). Anyway it's probably worth asking him and/or Debs who 'Jesus' is and to pass on thanks :)
  10. It's not Anchorman - he's English I think (at least he definitely doesn't have a strong regional British accent) and isn't ginger.
  11. I dunno I'm trying to be generous :) I must admit I was tempted more than once to dash down to Miller (Roadie #42) at the sound stage and have a word! If there's wind or rain it plays havoc with sound at open air gigs, an inside gig is a very much more controllable environment. All that said, it wasn't bad last night, and it was a great night :D
  12. Because Youtube loses quality, but for ease of viewing and everyone to be able to see it I agree it'd be great to have it on there too :)
  13. All concerts are different depending on the set up. From where I was (back arena <edit> sorry I mean back stalls opposite the stage) it did seem they pushed the sound a little too far, but I guess they need that so it reaches the upper levels (?) <edit2> it's always a balance at gigs
  14. Just got in and caught up on the thread. Amazing venue. Amazing set up (stage and visuals etc). Astonishing crowd :D But for me (those apart) one of the lamest gigs I've seen them play stretching back to 2002. We knew the setlist from last night, but I didn't expect them to fail (or bother) to tease out anything extra from songs like Everything's Not Lost when the crowd were by no means finished (same with Viva La Vida though personally I think it's had it's day). Charlie Brown was truncated too. Just drop the euphoria and move onto the next number to get the gig over quicker I guess... How they played some of these tracks over those that people who've probably been waiting years to hear the likes of In My Place, Yellow (especially) and Politik is anyone's guess. Still, a great night at a superb venue. It was the same as last night. It was but not 'properly' imvho. Have some empathy please, just because you were lucky enough to have a ticket doesn't mean you can sneer at others - I met a few people outside who were desperate to get in but were only offered tickets by touts. I got talking to one and he said they were selling for £300-£400 and when I said they wouldn't be able to get in without ID he just laughed and said 'that's their problem'. There were quite a few empty seats near me (arena - great seats). Very sad :( Still, was a wonderful place and night to say 'goodbye' to a band I first saw in Japan over a decade ago :)
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