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  1. http://www.gp.se/nöje/musik/coldplays-andra-spelning-handlade-om-drömmar-1.4387710 Coldplay’s second concert was about dreams cONcERT REview Yesterday’s last rain drops dry as Chris Martin and his Coldplay enter the stage exactly 21 minutes after the scheduled time. Day two has a very special guest among the visitors. The sun. CONcERT Pop Coldplay Ullevi, Monday Best: Chris Martin’s interpretation of “Känn ingen sorg” (Feel no sorrow) Worst: Summerburst vibes. Audience: 66,249 and sold-out. Rating: 4 light towers out of 5 possible Sofia Andersson 22:26 - 26 jun, 2017 Dreams are part of the setting when Britain's biggest pop band reaches Gothenburg with its “A Head Full of Dreams tour”. It is maximized to a thousand, and I'm a little ... shocked. Paralyzed by the magnificence. The evening's concert experience might resemble a big candy bag. It's good at the moment, but it is not a great idea for that matter. 185,000 kilos of equipment. Close to 40 confetti cannons, eight fire extinguishers and 700 fireworks. Coldplay makes organizers behind the Eurovision circus appear modest. Chris Martin loves the catwalk from the first moment. He runs for life during explosions of rainbow confetti. The title track from the latest album and “Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall” are made for the stadium. Even “Yellow” from Coldplay’s debut album “Parachutes” fits the big costume. This evening, the boundary is stretched for what a modern stadium performance in the year 2017 looks like. We are provided with "Coldplay Bracelets". The bracelet will blink in line with the music, we are told. What a ridiculous trick, I think at first, but when the rhythm becomes colorful in for example “Charlie Brown”, it is extremely effective. For me, simplicity has always been Coldplays hallmark (signum). The piano, the lyrics and Chris Martin's distinctive voice are the ingredients that represented the grandeur. But when Chris Martin sits at the piano in scaled and beautiful “The Scientist”, it is hard to find peace. The contrast is getting too strong/big. The song burns inside. “God put a smile upon your face” is amazing, but is interrupted by an intermediate part / intermezzo where Chris Martin becomes a playmaker in a kind of "woop woop" frame. The stadium becomes an unserious playground, where we forget the music. It is a shame. My thoughts end up in the Tiesto remix of "Paradise", which I gladly had been without. Ullevi becomes a "summer burst". All breathes new production, and I feel empty. Much has happened in ten years. Today, Coldplay makes super hits with Jay-Z, Rihanna, Kanye West. It is not bad as such, but some of the intimacy they managed to create on the albums “Parachutes”, “A Rush of Blood to the Head” and “X & Y” has been lost. Tonight, grandiose (large-scale) music moves into the largest room. I think that they are unimpressive when it turns. The arrangements in “Clocks” are overwhelming. Chris Martin then launches “Fix You” lying down, and soon he is joined by 65,000 voices, before “Viva la Vida” is allowed to live freely in its right environment. When Chris Martin later performs “Do not feel sorry for me, Gothenburg” (yes it's true) from the smallest stage of the three, something happens. The small-scale also gets a room at Ullevi. Sofia Andersson (translated by Nancy Boysen assisted by Google Translate)
  2. I think that it is likely that the local Swedish newspaper Göteborg Posten will only have a concert review of the first Ullevi concert, so (with very little assistance from Google Translate) I have translated the following review from Swedish to English: From the Swedish newspaper Göteborg Posten on 26 June 2017 23:10 - 25 jun, 2017 Coldplay triumphed in the rain CONCERT REview Chris Martin: We must make our best performance ever! Johan Lindqvist Coldplay is often blamed for being boring, plain and anonymous. But you must give in to Coldplay when after 2 songs Chris Martin slows down the band and turns to the soaked fans to apologize for the weather saying that "as compensation we will do our fucking best, performance ever". For a while it felt like there would be no Coldplay party at all at Ullevi. The rain and the winds forced the Danish band Mew to leave the stage, and the audience sought shelter from the skyfall. But Chris Martin and his bandmates had not loaded their 38 confetti cannons, eight fire extinguishers and more than 700 fireworks just to call it all off. Here it would be an arena pop party, albeit a little late. At 24 minutes past nine, the party starts with “A head full of dreams” and a stage bathed in red light. Before the song is over, Coldplay has sent off both rockets and confetti. It's awesome to see how they immediately succeed in turning the heat on at a very cold Ullevi. It's as professional as respectful. The fans are amazing It's not just Chris Martin's merit. The fans are amazing not caring about the circumstances and immediately giving Coldplay lots of love. Ullevi's concert goers undoubtedly live up to their good reputation. They sing, clap, jump and wave with the bracelets handed out at the entrance and shining in green, yellow, red and purple. Paradise transforms from piano rock to Tiësto dance and there is steam coming from all ponchos. During Charlie Brown the entire crowd is bouncing, and all colors are mixed. Coldplay has been described as "the next band to fill the big arenas" for many years, but like a football talent that never really blossoms, they can hardly be called young and promising anymore. And even though they are here, with two sold out Ullevi concerts, Coldplay is not considered to be one of the greatest bands in the world. Maybe they are a little too nice, a little too well-behaved or simply anonymous. Coldplay is the loyal team machine with a cool guy as frontman, he who delivers, but never becomes a Zlatan or a Ronaldo. Among the best bands in the world This Sunday, however, Coldplay challenges the image of its own blandness. Chris Martin points out that you are a band, a collective and that this is about togetherness/community and cooperation. They do not have U2's karisma and work height or Springsteen's power and depth, but they have a big heart, and if there is something an arena crowd loves, then it is a band appealing to the strong feelings. You feel it in particular when they appear on the little "c stage" at Ullevi’s center circle to make a stripped down, nice “In My Place”. And when “Fix You” is so painfully beautiful, when “Viva la Vida” makes everything burn, and when the show culminates with “Something Just Like This” and “A Sky Full of Stars” - yes, then Coldplay is among the very best bands in the world. Johan Lindqvist / translated by Nancy Boysen
  3. Good vacation in France and maybe Austria to Gideon_Mx.
  4. Album chart in Denmark on 27 July 2016 3 weeks after Coldplay's 2 concerts in Copenhagen: 10 (down from 6 down from 4) Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams (peaked at no. 4 in its first week and again the week after the concert). (Played Up and Up the first week following the concert - the last 2 weeks playing Hymn for the Week-end). On VH1 (in Denmark today) European Chart, and Hymn for the Week-end was played as it was no. 10.
  5. Album chart in Denmark 2 weeks after Coldplay's 2 concerts in Copenhagen: 6 (4) Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams (peaked at no. 4 in its first week and again the week after the concert).
  6. Today, on Danish VH1 today: The ALBUM CHART (I have missed the album chart on VH1 for 8 years - it stopped in 2008 when VH1 got a Danish channel - VH1 Denmark). I was curious to see how well Coldplay's last album did after their 2 concerts in Copenhagen on 5 and 6 July 2016. Coldplay debuted with A Head Full of Dreams at no. 4 (its peak). And after their 2 concerts in Copenhagen the album jumped up the chart at No. 4. The same pattern in 2012 when Coldplay toured with Mylo Xyloto. That album peaked in its first 2 weeks at no. 2 (because Danish Rasmus Seebach had released a new album the same week that debuted at no. 1 and stayed there for many weeks to become Denmark's best-selling album of 2012 whereas Mylo Xyloto was no. 15 at the album chart for all of 2011. After Coldplay's concert at Telia Park in 2012, Mylo Xyloto jumped up the chart to no. 2. VH1, wednesday, 13.7 2016 - Album top 10 (2 Coldplay concerts in Copenhagen one week ago - on Tuesday 5.7.16 and Wednesday 6.7.16) 1. Volbeat: Seal the deal and let’s boogie 2. Drake: Views 3. Lukas Graham: Lukas Graham (Blue album) - the band with "7 Years) 4 (19) Coldplay: A Head Full of Dreams (up & up) week 31. Peak: Nr. 4. Platin 5 (4) Justin Bieber: Purpose 7 (8) Rihanna: Anti (concert at Refshaleøen in Copenhagen on Thursday 7 July 2016) 8 (7) Adele: 25 (concert in Copenhagen end of May 2016) 2 x platin 10. Rasmus Seebach 36 (re) Coldplay: Mylo Xyloto Week 51. Peak: 2 38 (re) Coldplay: Ghost Stories Week 25. Peak: 1. No. 1 for 3 weeks. Platin 31 (re) Amy Winehouse: Back to Black (that album is no. 1 on vinyl album chart). Week 92 Peak: no. 1 (for 1 uge) 6 x platin. Singler: 30 (re) Hymn for the Week-end 15th week. Peak: 20. Hitlisten.nu 9 Rihanna / Calvin Harris with This Is What You Came For 2 Beyoncé: Sorry 1. Rihanna: Sledgehammer EDIT: For your info: Viva la Vida or Death And All His Friends was no. 1 for 2 or 3 weeks in 2008, whereas X&Y was no. 1 for at least 5 (maybe 6 or 7) weeks back in 2005.
  7. Notes from the Coldplay Marathon broadcast on Sunday 10 July 2016 on Danish radio station P7 Mix: Introduction of the Coldplay members. William Champion / Will. Will’s parents were both archaeologists. Will’s mother died just before the making of the Yellow video. For a few days Will was no longer member of Coldplay, because Chris had thrown him out, but he soon had to take him back. According to Chris, Will is sporty. Will mentioned that the band almost broke up at some point due to competitive table tennis. They always play a lot of table tennis on tour. But they all want to win so they have had to give up counting points to avoid bad mood. Jonathan “Jonny” Buckland. He loves football, following Tottenham. Guy Rupert Berryman. He has been in a Genesis cover band. He is involved in “Apparatchik” with frontman from Danish Mew and with a prominent A-ha member. Christopher Anthony John Martin / Chris. A male relative of his was with success speaking in favour of introducing summertime in the UK. Chris’s mother was the first European or English lady to sail down the Amazonas alone. Chris talked about the Coldplay members’ good chemistry. They are not the best musicians and not making the best songs / music, but they are a unique mix of characters. The band members were asked about their idols / musical inspiration : Will: Tom Waits and Nick Cave. Jonny: Soul, r ‘n b Guy: Funk, James Brown, Kool and the Gang Chris: A-Ha (Hunting High and Low played) - and U2 They were asked to pick a Coldplay song and the reason for picking that song: Will: Clocks, because it is a strong melody. The keyboard part is recognizable. It is a very successful song first time played at Glastonbury Festival in 2002 with massive laser / big production. Jonny: Up and Up, because his guitar hero (since he was about 16 years old) Noel Gallagher is playing on it. He also likes the lyrics. It is a dream coming true. Guy: Yellow (from their first studio album “Parachutes” and their first big hit single). Coldplay went from being an unknown to a known band in the UK and soon also abroad. A nice melody and a wonderful time for the band around the time when “Yellow” was released. Chris: A Head Full of Dreams. It is the opening song he has always dreamed of. It is about chemistry, togetherness (children / world) and all kinds of love. Everything is possible. All songs making it to the album are special to Chris having been accepted by Will, Jonny, Guy, Dave Holmes (their manager), Phil Harvey (the 5th member). Chris: It felt good to work with Norwegian Stargate. He had heard “What did the fox say” – produced by Stargate. Will said that he learned a lot from the cooperation with Stargate – about freedom and that everything is possible. Stargate assisted Coldplay on “Birds”. There was an interview with Davide Rossi. “Rainy Day” was played – lots of strings arranged by Davide Rossi. The strings on Viva la Vida were inspired by the strings on “Rainy Day”. Rhytm was from East Europe including Romania – it was like a beat. P7 Mix had been allowed to play a wonderful version of Viva la Vida with only Chris’s voice and the many strings all arranged and played by Davide Rossi. This version was the so-called backbone of the song. That version was close to the final one – only drums and basslines plus bell had to be added. Davide Rossi is Italian, but living in Denmark. He has worked with / is working with Danish Goldfrapp, English Dido and Duran, Duran and supplying Coldplay with string arrangements. He was on stage with Coldplay for Viva la Vida on Wednesday, 6 July 2016. Davide Rossi: Coldplay is not a one-man-band, even though many people think so. But Chris cannot do it alone. Like Rolling Stones and U2, the frontman needs the other members. Chris Martin is working hard and not only from 9 to 5 like the other 3 members. He often comes very early and leaves late. The other members arrive to do their part / bit and then leave again. Each member finds his role. The band & music has first priority (not the Coldplay members). CM is very driven / inspiring and the one creating most songs / melodies. CM is a friend of Frank Healy’s, Travis’s frontman. When Coldplay was quite new in the business, his friend distributed copies of “Yellow” thus promoting his friend and his band. Snow Patrol was touring with Coldplay in 2009 on their Viva la Vida tour and is inspired by Coldplay. “Chasing Cars” was played. In 2010 British Royal Mail issued a series of stamps with album covers including Coldplay’s A Rush of Blood to the Head. A Danish musician Steffen Brandt about Coldplay: He had been to a Coldplay concert in Herning – a Danish town on 16 August 2009. When leaving the concert venue, most concert-goers received a free CD with Coldplay. That was totally good style. Those having to leave by car had a long time waiting ahead, and then it was nice to listen to music / the CD prolonging the feeling of community and togetherness while sitting in the car waiting for an opportunity to leave. When playing Violet Hill the female host said that Violet Hill could be downloaded for free the first week after its release in 2008. That first week it stormed the charts. A Danish musician Peter Bjørnskov praises Chris’s way of singing. Coldplay songs often ending in an unexpected way / on an unexpected note. Chris said that “Magic” came about in a jam session involving all Coldplay members. Crests of Waves is B side of Speed of Sound single from 2005. They talked about Coldplay’s and Chris’s activism. Involved in Make Trade Fair / Amnesty / Live Aid. Coldplay sold clothes and gold discs – proceeds going to charity. At some point they played “Cemeteries of London”. That song reminds Guy of London in the old days around 1860 on a rainy day. Till Kingdom Come: This song was meant to be a duet with Johnny Cash, but Johnny Cash was too ill and soon died. So the duet was not meant to be. Everything is not lost: The last song on “Parachutes”. It was inspired by Blur’s song “Tender” and by an Oasis song. “Talk” was played. There are 2 versions of this song – the official one and a leaked one with quite different lyrics. It is well-known that “Fix You” was written for Gwyneth Paltrow whose father had just died when “Fix You” was created. Also “Swallowed” in the Sea” was for GP’s late father Bruce Paltrow. Chris Martin has written the melody and lyrics for Nelly Furtado’s hit (around 2006) “Why Do All Good Things Come to an End”? A snippet – like 4 seconds - of this song with only Chris singing was played. Listeners could go to Facebook and write to the P7 Mix hosts. A male concert-goes was at one of the w concerts in Copenhagen with his 20-year-old daughter. Not only had he his wristband on, but also an expensive watch. During one of the biggest songs he was hopping and dancing so much that his expensive watch flew off his wrist and into the crowd. He wrote that losing his expensive watch apparently was a sacrifice he had to make.
  8. Notes from the Coldplay Marathon broadcast on Sunday 10 July 2016 on Danish radio station P7 Mix: Introduction of the Coldplay members. William Champion / Will. Will’s parents were both archaeologists. Will’s mother died just before the making of the Yellow video. For a few days Will was no longer member of Coldplay, because Chris had thrown him out, but he soon had to take him back. According to Chris, Will is sporty. Will mentioned that the band almost broke up at some point due to competitive table tennis. They always play a lot of table tennis on tour. But they all want to win so they have had to give up counting points to avoid bad mood. Jonathan “Jonny” Buckland. He loves football, following Tottenham. Guy Rupert Berryman. He has been in a Genesis cover band. He is involved in “Apparatchik” with frontman from Danish Mew and with a prominent A-ha member. Christopher Anthony John Martin / Chris. A male relative of his was with success speaking in favour of introducing summertime in the UK. Chris’s mother was the first European or English lady to sail down the Amazonas alone. Chris talked about the Coldplay members’ good chemistry. They are not the best musicians and not making the best songs / music, but they are a unique mix of characters. The band members were asked about their idols / musical inspiration : Will: Tom Waits and Nick Cave. Jonny: Soul, r ‘n b Guy: Funk, James Brown, Kool and the Gang Chris: A-Ha (Hunting High and Low played) - and U2 They were asked to pick a Coldplay song and the reason for picking that song: Will: Clocks, because it is a strong melody. The keyboard part is recognizable. It is a very successful song first time played at Glastonbury Festival in 2002 with massive laser / big production. Jonny: Up and Up, because his guitar hero (since he was about 16 years old) Noel Gallagher is playing on it. He also likes the lyrics. It is a dream coming true. Guy: Yellow (from their first studio album “Parachutes” and their first big hit single). Coldplay went from being an unknown to a known band in the UK and soon also abroad. A nice melody and a wonderful time for the band around the time when “Yellow” was released. Chris: A Head Full of Dreams. It is the opening song he has always dreamed of. It is about chemistry, togetherness (children / world) and all kinds of love. Everything is possible. All songs making it to the album are special to Chris having been accepted by Will, Jonny, Guy, Dave Holmes (their manager), Phil Harvey (the 5th member). Chris: It felt good to work with Norwegian Stargate. He had heard “What did the fox say” – produced by Stargate. Will said that he learned a lot from the cooperation with Stargate – about freedom and that everything is possible. Stargate assisted Coldplay on “Birds”. There was an interview with Davide Rossi. “Rainy Day” was played – lots of strings arranged by Davide Rossi. The strings on Viva la Vida were inspired by the strings on “Rainy Day”. Rhytm was from East Europe including Romania – it was like a beat. P7 Mix had been allowed to play a wonderful version of Viva la Vida with only Chris’s voice and the many strings all arranged and played by Davide Rossi. This version was the so-called backbone of the song. That version was close to the final one – only drums and basslines plus bell had to be added. Davide Rossi is Italian, but living in Denmark. He has worked with / is working with Danish Goldfrapp, English Dido and Duran, Duran and supplying Coldplay with string arrangements. He was on stage with Coldplay for Viva la Vida on Wednesday, 6 July 2016. Davide Rossi: Coldplay is not a one-man-band, even though many people think so. But Chris cannot do it alone. Like Rolling Stones and U2, the frontman needs the other members. Chris Martin is working hard and not only from 9 to 5 like the other 3 members. He often comes very early and leaves late. The other members arrive to do their part / bit and then leave again. Each member finds his role. The band & music has first priority (not the Coldplay members). CM is very driven / inspiring and the one creating most songs / melodies. CM is a friend of Frank Healy’s, Travis’s frontman. When Coldplay was quite new in the business, his friend distributed copies of “Yellow” thus promoting his friend and his band. Snow Patrol was touring with Coldplay in 2009 on their Viva la Vida tour and is inspired by Coldplay. “Chasing Cars” was played. In 2010 British Royal Mail issued a series of stamps with album covers including Coldplay’s A Rush of Blood to the Head. A Danish musician Steffen Brandt about Coldplay: He had been to a Coldplay concert in Herning – a Danish town on 16 August 2009. When leaving the concert venue, most concert-goers received a free CD with Coldplay. That was totally good style. Those having to leave by car had a long time waiting ahead, and then it was nice to listen to music / the CD prolonging the feeling of community and togetherness while sitting in the car waiting for an opportunity to leave. When playing Violet Hill the female host said that Violet Hill could be downloaded for free the first week after its release in 2008. That first week it stormed the charts. A Danish musician Peter Bjørnskov praises Chris’s way of singing. Coldplay songs often ending in an unexpected way / on an unexpected note. Chris said that “Magic” came about in a jam session involving all Coldplay members. Crests of Waves is B side of Speed of Sound single from 2005. They talked about Coldplay’s and Chris’s activism. Involved in Make Trade Fair / Amnesty / Live Aid. Coldplay sold clothes and gold discs – proceeds going to charity. At some point they played “Cemeteries of London”. That song reminds Guy of London in the old days around 1860 on a rainy day. Till Kingdom Come: This song was meant to be a duet with Johnny Cash, but Johnny Cash was too ill and soon died. So the duet was not meant to be. Everything is not lost: The last song on “Parachutes”. It was inspired by Blur’s song “Tender” and by an Oasis song. “Talk” was played. There are 2 versions of this song – the official one and a leaked one with quite different lyrics. It is well-known that “Fix You” was written for Gwyneth Paltrow whose father had just died when “Fix You” was created. Also “Swallowed” in the Sea” was for GP’s late father Bruce Paltrow. Chris Martin has written the melody and lyrics for Nelly Furtado’s hit (around 2006) “Why Do All Good Things Come to an End”? A snippet – like 4 seconds - of this song with only Chris singing was played. Listeners could go to Facebook and write to the P7 Mix hosts. A male concert-goes was at one of the w concerts in Copenhagen with his 20-year-old daughter. Not only had he his wristband on, but also an expensive watch. During one of the biggest songs he was hopping and dancing so much that his expensive watch flew off his wrist and into the crowd. He wrote that losing his expensive watch apparently was a sacrifice he had to make.
  9. What I remember from the Coldplay Marathon Mix: They talked about an early Coldplay song called "Panic" inspired by an unfortunate date Chris once had. I read about it somewhere (maybe in the "Random" thread): Chris had made her a salad that was not good, and he panicked. Later Chris changed the song's name to Don't Panic (and I am 99 per cent sure that this song is on their first studio album "Parachutes"). There was another song - "Shiver". The inspiration to that song was a particular girl. Rumours had it that this girl was Natalie Imbruglia, but it had never been confirmed. Last Tuesday, i.e. 5 July in Telia Park in Copenhagen, "Shiver" was played, and Chris Martin said that this song was about a lady who was present at the concert in Telia Park on 5 July. The male Coldplay Marathon host checked Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. He found out that Natalie Imbruglia had posted a picture from Telia Park with Coldplay and the balloons etc. That was seen as a confirmation of Natalie Imbruglia being the lady on CM's mind when he wrote "Shiver".
  10. What I remember from the Coldplay Marathon Mix: They talked about an early Coldplay song called "Panic" inspired by an unfortunate date Chris once had. I read about it somewhere (maybe in this thread): Chris had made her a salad that was not good, and he panicked. Later Chris changed the song's name to Don't Panic (and I am 99 per cent sure that this song is on their first studio album "Parachutes"). There was another song - "Shiver". The inspiration to that song was a particular girl. Rumours had it that this girl was Natalie Imbruglia, but it had never been confirmed. Last Tuesday, i.e. 5 July in Telia Park in Copenhagen, "Shiver" was played, and Chris Martin said that this song was about a lady who was present at the concert in Telia Park on 5 July. The male Coldplay Marathon host checked Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. He found out that Natalie Imbruglia had posted a picture from Telia Park with Coldplay and the balloons etc. That was seen as a confirmation of Natalie Imbruglia being the lady on CM's mind when he wrote "Shiver".
  11. 100 most popular songs on iTunes in Denmark this week (the week after Coldplay's 2 concerts in Telia Park in Copenhagen Tuesday, 5 July and Wednesday, 6 July 2016) – checked this Monday 11 July 2016 09. Hymn for the Week-end 15. Adventure of a Lifetime (2015) 17. A Sky Full of Stars (2011) 24. Hymn for the week-end (2015) 43. Paradise (2011) 50. Speed of Sound (2005) 53. Fix You (2005) 69. Up and Up (2015) 70. Princess of China feat. Rihanna (2011) 71. Every Teardrop is a Waterfall (2011) 87. Yellow (2000) 88. The Scientist (2002) 100. Viva la Vida (2008)
  12. 100 most popular songs on iTunes in Denmark this week (the week after Coldplay's 2 concerts in Telia Park in Copenhagen on Tuesday, 5 July and Wednesday, 6 July 2016) – checked this Monday 11 July 2016 09. Hymn for the Week-end 15. Adventure of a Lifetime (2015) 17. A Sky Full of Stars (2011) 24. Hymn for the week-end (2015) 43. Paradise (2011) 50. Speed of Sound (2005) 53. Fix You (2005) 69. Up and Up (2015) 70. Princess of China feat. Rihanna (2011) 71. Every Teardrop is a Waterfall (2011) 87. Yellow (2000) 88. The Scientist (2002) 100. Viva la Vida (2008)
  13. Podcast with the broadcast of the Coldplay Marathon from P7 Mix on Sunday, 10 July 2016 can be downloaded here: http://www.dr.dk/p7mix/p7-maraton-old/p7-mix-maraton-coldplay/ P7 MIX Marathon: Coldplay Broadcast Sunday 10 July 2016 from 10:03 am to 5pm Hosts: Sandie Westh and Mathias Buch Jensen. PLAYLIST · 10:03Adventure Of A Lifetime with/by Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 10:10Lost by/with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, 2008) · 10:18Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Live Parken 2016) with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto) · 10:22Warning Sign with Coldplay (early days) · 10:31Fix You with Coldplay (from X&Y, 2005) · 10:39Fun with Coldplay · 10:43Ink with Coldplay ((A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 10:48Yellow with Coldplay (from Parachutes, 2000 – first big hit for Coldplay) · 10:54Why Does It Always Rain On Me with Travis (frontman Healy good friend of CM’s) · 10:57Brothers and sisters with Coldplay (first song – from end of 90’s) · 11:03The Scientist with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002) · 11:10Army Of One with Coldplay · 11:16Shiver with Coldplay (first single from Parachutes, 2000) · 11:26Trouble with Coldplay (Parachutes, 2000) · 11:35Paradise with Coldplay · 11:39Magic with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 11:45Crest Of Waves with Coldplay · 11:53The hardest part with Coldplay · 11:56Chasing Cars with Snow Patrol (warming up for Coldplay during VLV tour 2009) · 12:03Speed Of Sound with Coldplay (from X&Y, 2005) · 12:11True Love with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 12:18Hunting High And Low with A-Ha (played because CM likes A-Ha) · 12:26Clocks with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002 / GRAMMY) · 12:40Amazing Day (Live Parken 2016) with Coldplay (wonderful song, also live) · 12:45Don't Panic with Coldplay (from Parachutes, 2000) · 12:51Birds with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 12:55A rush of blood to the head with Coldplay (title track from 2nd studio album, 2002) · 13:03A Sky Full Of Stars with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 13:11Hurts Like Heaven with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 13:15Cemeteries Of London with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death etc., 2008) · 13:19A Head Full Of Dreams with Coldplay (title track of 7th studio album, 2015) · 13:23Politik with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002) · 13:31Rainy Day with Coldplay (with lot of strings – Davide Rossi) · 13:40Viva La Vida (Live 2011-2012) with Coldplay (title track of 4th album, 2008) · 13:46Till Kingdom Come with Coldplay · 13:51Everything's not lost with Coldplay · 13:57Up In Flames with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 14:03In My Place with Coldplay (first single from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002) · 14:10Death And All His Friends with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death … album, 2008) · 14:14Life In Technicolor II with Coldplay (from the Left Right etc. EP 2009) · 14:20Tilted with Christine And The Queens (both CM and Jonny like this band) · 14:28Charlie Brown (Live Parken 2016) with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 14:32Talk with Coldplay (from X&Y, 2005) · 14:40Hymn For The Weekend with Coldplay (feat. Beyoncé) – from 2015 · 14:44Swallowed in the sea with Coldplay · 14:49Up&Up with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams) · 14:57All Good Things (Come To An End) with Nelly Furtado (CM wrote this song) · 15:03Princess Of China with Coldplay featuring Rihanna (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 15:10Lovers In Japan/Reign Of Love with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida album 2008) · 15:1442 with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, 2008) · 15:20Always In My Head with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 15:24Vent på mine sange with Tue West (influenced by Coldplay) · 15:26Verden i stå with Rasmus Walter (influenced by Coldplay) · 15:27Warrior/Worrier with Outlandish (influenced by Coldplay) · 15:32God Put A Smile Upon Your Face with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood, 2002) · 15:40Everglow with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams) · 15:44Adventure Of A Lifetime with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 15:51Green Eyes with Coldplay · 15:54Parachutes with Coldplay · 15:55Gravity with Embrace (Coldplay made a cover of that song) · 16:03Trouble with Coldplay (from 2000, no. 10 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:09Hymn For The Weekend with Coldplay / Beyoncé (no. 9 in CP top 10) · 16:13Talk with Coldplay (from 2005, no. 8 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:20A Sky Full Of Stars with Coldplay (from 2014, no. 7 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:24Paradise with Coldplay (from 2011, no. 6 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:31Clocks with Coldplay (from 2002, no. 5 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:36Yellow with Coldplay (from 2000, no. 4 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:43Viva La Vida with Coldplay (from 2008, no. 3 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:47The Scientist with Coldplay (from 2002, no. 2 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:55Fix You with/by Coldplay (from 2005, no. 1 in Coldplay top 10)
  14. Podcast with the broadcast of the Coldplay Marathon from P7 Mix on Sunday, 10 July 2016. You can download here: http://www.dr.dk/p7mix/p7-maraton-old/p7-mix-maraton-coldplay/ P7 MIX Marathon: Coldplay Broadcast Sunday 10 July 2016 from 10:03 am to 5pm Hosts: Sandie Westh and Mathias Buch Jensen. PLAYLIST · 10:03Adventure Of A Lifetime with/by Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 10:10Lost by/with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, 2008) · 10:18Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Live Parken 2016) with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto) · 10:22Warning Sign with Coldplay (early days) · 10:31Fix You with Coldplay (from X&Y, 2005) · 10:39Fun with Coldplay · 10:43Ink with Coldplay ((A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 10:48Yellow with Coldplay (from Parachutes, 2000 – first big hit for Coldplay) · 10:54Why Does It Always Rain On Me with Travis (frontman Healy good friend of CM’s) · 10:57Brothers and sisters with Coldplay (first song – from end of 90’s) · 11:03The Scientist with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002) · 11:10Army Of One with Coldplay · 11:16Shiver with Coldplay (first single from Parachutes, 2000) · 11:26Trouble with Coldplay (Parachutes, 2000) · 11:35Paradise with Coldplay · 11:39Magic with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 11:45Crest Of Waves with Coldplay · 11:53The hardest part with Coldplay · 11:56Chasing Cars with Snow Patrol (warming up for Coldplay during VLV tour 2009) · 12:03Speed Of Sound with Coldplay (from X&Y, 2005) · 12:11True Love with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 12:18Hunting High And Low with A-Ha (played because CM likes A-Ha) · 12:26Clocks with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002 / GRAMMY) · 12:40Amazing Day (Live Parken 2016) with Coldplay (wonderful song, also live) · 12:45Don't Panic with Coldplay (from Parachutes, 2000) · 12:51Birds with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 12:55A rush of blood to the head with Coldplay (title track from 2nd studio album, 2002) · 13:03A Sky Full Of Stars with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 13:11Hurts Like Heaven with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 13:15Cemeteries Of London with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death etc., 2008) · 13:19A Head Full Of Dreams with Coldplay (title track of 7th studio album, 2015) · 13:23Politik with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002) · 13:31Rainy Day with Coldplay (with lot of strings – Davide Rossi) · 13:40Viva La Vida (Live 2011-2012) with Coldplay (title track of 4th album, 2008) · 13:46Till Kingdom Come with Coldplay · 13:51Everything's not lost with Coldplay · 13:57Up In Flames with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 14:03In My Place with Coldplay (first single from A Rush of Blood to the Head, 2002) · 14:10Death And All His Friends with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death … album, 2008) · 14:14Life In Technicolor II with Coldplay (from the Left Right etc. EP 2009) · 14:20Tilted with Christine And The Queens (both CM and Jonny like this band) · 14:28Charlie Brown (Live Parken 2016) with Coldplay (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 14:32Talk with Coldplay (from X&Y, 2005) · 14:40Hymn For The Weekend with Coldplay (feat. Beyoncé) – from 2015 · 14:44Swallowed in the sea with Coldplay · 14:49Up&Up with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams) · 14:57All Good Things (Come To An End) with Nelly Furtado (CM wrote this song) · 15:03Princess Of China with Coldplay featuring Rihanna (from Mylo Xyloto, 2011) · 15:10Lovers In Japan/Reign Of Love with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida album 2008) · 15:1442 with Coldplay (from Viva la Vida or Death and All His Friends, 2008) · 15:20Always In My Head with Coldplay (from Ghost Stories, 2014) · 15:24Vent på mine sange with Tue West (influenced by Coldplay) · 15:26Verden i stå with Rasmus Walter (influenced by Coldplay) · 15:27Warrior/Worrier with Outlandish (influenced by Coldplay) · 15:32God Put A Smile Upon Your Face with Coldplay (from A Rush of Blood, 2002) · 15:40Everglow with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams) · 15:44Adventure Of A Lifetime with Coldplay (from A Head Full of Dreams, 2015) · 15:51Green Eyes with Coldplay · 15:54Parachutes with Coldplay · 15:55Gravity with Embrace (Coldplay made a cover of that song) · 16:03Trouble with Coldplay (from 2000, no. 10 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:09Hymn For The Weekend with Coldplay / Beyoncé (no. 9 in CP top 10) · 16:13Talk with Coldplay (from 2005, no. 8 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:20A Sky Full Of Stars with Coldplay (from 2014, no. 7 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:24Paradise with Coldplay (from 2011, no. 6 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:31Clocks with Coldplay (from 2002, no. 5 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:36Yellow with Coldplay (from 2000, no. 4 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:43Viva La Vida with Coldplay (from 2008, no. 3 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:47The Scientist with Coldplay (from 2002, no. 2 in Coldplay top 10) · 16:55Fix You with/by Coldplay (from 2005, no. 1 in Coldplay top 10) It was an interesting broadcast, but I have not had the time to write down here what they said. I have posted the last review of the Coldplay concert in the thread for the Copenhagen concert on 5 July 2016.
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