Castles is an unofficial, fan-made collection of Coldplay b-sides, rareties, and live tracks spanning their entire career.
It is in no way affiliated officially with Coldplay or their label.
- "Crests of Waves" – 3:40
- "One I Love" – 4:37
- "No More Keeping my Feet on the Ground" – 4:31
- "Things I don't Understand" – 4:54
- "Gold in Them Hills" – 3:41
- "Brothers & Sisters" – 4:08
- "I Ran Away" – 4:29
- "Easy to Please" – 3:01
- "Bigger Stronger" – 4:49
- "For You" – 5:44
- "Pour Me (Live)" – 5:01
- "Moses (Live)" – 5:25
- "See You Soon (Live)" – 3:24
- "Ladder to the Sun (Live)" – 5:09
- "Such a Rush" – 4:02
The Oracle on Castles
November 4, 2008 - submitted by David, Colombia
Q. Dear great oracle, I dont know if this question was already made, I just want to know about the non oficial cd or recopilation named "Castles" , it is true that it came from some Coldplay fans on the web?, what do the band think about this? I just found it really cool and amazing!!
The Oracle replies:
Castles is a bootleg CD. A bootleg is an unofficial release and is therefore not endorsed by the band or their label. In fact, they're illegal! They frequently start with a fan gathering recordings or live versions of tracks and making a compilation and that's what happened here. The problem with Castles is it's often mistaken for an official release. When it first appeared it had a different cover to the one they've got now, they've made it look very professional and used the official font (at the time). As it's being sold it's a total copyright infringement.