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Kaleidoscope EP

Review The EP was produced by Rik Simpson with Daniel Green and Bill Rahko and features a new live version of Coldplay's hit collaboration with The Chainsmokers, "Something Just Like This," recorded in Tokyo in April. It also includes "Miracles (Someone Special)," a collaboration with Detroit rapper Big Sean. Another new song, "A L I E N S," was written with Brian Eno, and co-produced by Eno and Markus Dravs (Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons, Kings Of Leon).
The EP is the sister release to the band's acclaimed A Head Full Of Dreams album, which has sold more than 5 million copies around the world since its December 2015 release.
A Head Full Of Dreams

Review This is the seventh studio album from multi-platinum, Grammy Award winning artist Coldplay.
Ghost Stories

Review Exclusive to Amazon, the Coldplay 4 CD Catalogue Set features the seven time Grammy®-winning band s landmark debut album Parachutes along with A Rush Of Blood To The Head, X&Y and the Grammy®-winning Best Rock Album, Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends all together in one special set.
Mylo Xyloto

Review COLDPLAY GHOST STORIES
Everything Now (Day Version)

Review 2002 sophomore album from the British Pop/Rockers led by singer, songwriter and pianist Chris Martin. Includes the massive hit singles 'Clocks' and 'The Scientist'.
Wonderful Wonderful

Review Coldplay required a lifetime to make their wonderfully assured debut, Parachutes. But it took less than two years for the moody British quartet to deliver a masterful follow-up. As a band, Coldplay have advanced to a stage where they outshine nearly every one of their rivals in terms of imagination and emotional pull. A Rush of Blood to the Head is a soulful, exhilarating journey, moving from the cathartic rock of "Politik" to the hushed tones of "Green Eyes" without once breaking its mesmerizing spell. Singer Chris Martin takes his voice on soaring flights, reaching places only Jeff Buckley previously dared to go. And the music is nearly flawless, a persuasive cross between Pink Floyd and the Verve. Even if they haven't come up with another "Yellow," you would be hard-pressed to care. This is exquisite stuff. --Aidin Vaziri
4 CD Catalogue Set [Amazon.com Exclusive]

Review Please take notice that this album ships with one of two different cover art images displayed. Each album has both; to switch your displayed artwork, please flip the insert over.
Concrete and Gold

Review debut album for UK indie act compared to Radiohead and Jeff Buckley.
Parachutes (Domestic Only)

Review Music doesn't come more touching than this. With their debut single alone, the emotion-fortified "Shiver," Coldplay prove they can shift between elated and crushed in a breath, as singer Chris Martin pours out music's oldest chestnut (unconditional yet unrequited love) with the shakiest of voices and a backdrop of epic guitars. For 10 tracks on Parachutes, he adds newfound meaning to the most tired and overused rock sentiments--love found, love lost, love unrequited--over acoustic guitars and emotionally fraught rock. And for once, all the clichés ring true because Chris Martin genuinely sounds like a man picking over the bones of his life, coming up with just as many reasons to be cheerful as seriously depressed. Not that Parachutes is a depressing album--there's too much conviction to the guitars and hope in Martin's words for that. Instead it's a beautifully tender balance that comes as close to perfection as anything that's come before it. --Dan Gennoe
X&Y

Review 2 X vinyl LP pressing of their 2005 third album. It was their third album to debut at #1 on the charts & was the best selling album in the world for 2005. Six singles were released from the album: "Speed of Sound",."Fix You","Talk","The Hardest Part","What If" & "White Shadows".
Coldplay: Live 2012(CD/DVD) [Explicit]

Review 2008 2 X vinyl LP pressing of their fourth full length album. with Brian Eno producing the band took a more experimental turn. Five singles were released from the album "Violet Hill", "Viva la Vida",'Lovers in Japan", "Lost" & & "Strawberry Swing". The album won the Grammy for Best Rock Album in 2009.
A Head Full Of Dreams

Review Disc: 1
1. Mylo Xyloto (Live)
2. Hurts Like Heaven (Live)
3. In My Place (Live)
4. Major Minus (Live)
5. Yellow (Live)
6. Violet Hill * DVD only (Live)
7. God put a mile upon your face (Live)
8. Princess of China (Live)
9. Up In Flames (Live)
10. Viva La Vida (Live)
11. Charlie Brown (Live)
12. Paradise (Live)
13. Us Against The World (Live)
14. Clocks (Live)
15. Fix You (Live)
16. Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Live)

Disc: 2<
1. Live 2012 - Menu Loops
2. Opening Credits (Us Against The World)
3. Mylo Xyloto (Live)
4. Hurts Like Heaven (Live)
5. In My Place (Live)
6. Intermission 1
7. Major Minus (Live)
8. Yellow (Live)
9. Intermission 2
10. Violet Hill (Live)
11. God Put A Smile Upon Your Face (Live)
12. Princess Of China (Live)
13. Intermission 3
14. Up In Flames (Live)
15. Viva La Vida (Live)
16. Intermission 4
17. Charlie Brown (Live)
18. Paradise (Live)
19. Us Against The World (Live)
20. Clocks (Live)
21. Intermission 5
22. Fix You (Live)
23. Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (Live)
24. End Credits (Up With The Birds)
25. The Scientist (Live)
26. Don't Let It Break Your Heart (Live)

Ghost Stories

Review The EP was produced by Rik Simpson with Daniel Green and Bill Rahko and features a new live version of Coldplay's hit collaboration with The Chainsmokers, "Something Just Like This," recorded in Tokyo in April. It also includes "Miracles (Someone Special)," a collaboration with Detroit rapper Big Sean. Another new song, "A L I E N S," was written with Brian Eno, and co-produced by Eno and Markus Dravs (Arcade Fire, Mumford & Sons, Kings Of Leon).
The EP is the sister release to the band's acclaimed A Head Full Of Dreams album, which has sold more than 5 million copies around the world since its December 2015 release.
Mylo Xyloto

Review This is the seventh studio album from multi-platinum, Grammy Award winning artist Coldplay.
Kaleidoscope EP

Review Exclusive to Amazon, the Coldplay 4 CD Catalogue Set features the seven time Grammy®-winning band s landmark debut album Parachutes along with A Rush Of Blood To The Head, X&Y and the Grammy®-winning Best Rock Album, Viva La Vida Or Death And All His Friends all together in one special set.
4 CD Catalogue Set [Amazon.com Exclusive]

Review COLDPLAY GHOST STORIES
Parachutes (Domestic Only)

Review 2002 sophomore album from the British Pop/Rockers led by singer, songwriter and pianist Chris Martin. Includes the massive hit singles 'Clocks' and 'The Scientist'.
A Rush Of Blood To The Head

Review Coldplay required a lifetime to make their wonderfully assured debut, Parachutes. But it took less than two years for the moody British quartet to deliver a masterful follow-up. As a band, Coldplay have advanced to a stage where they outshine nearly every one of their rivals in terms of imagination and emotional pull. A Rush of Blood to the Head is a soulful, exhilarating journey, moving from the cathartic rock of "Politik" to the hushed tones of "Green Eyes" without once breaking its mesmerizing spell. Singer Chris Martin takes his voice on soaring flights, reaching places only Jeff Buckley previously dared to go. And the music is nearly flawless, a persuasive cross between Pink Floyd and the Verve. Even if they haven't come up with another "Yellow," you would be hard-pressed to care. This is exquisite stuff. --Aidin Vaziri
X&Y

Review Please take notice that this album ships with one of two different cover art images displayed. Each album has both; to switch your displayed artwork, please flip the insert over.
Viva La Vida

Review debut album for UK indie act compared to Radiohead and Jeff Buckley.

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