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    WikiColdplayColdplay from L-R: Chris Martin, Will Champion, Jonny Buckland and Guy Berryman WikiColdplay is a sister-site of the Coldplay fansite Coldplaying.com and is the world’s first and largest dedicated Coldplay wiki site. There are currently 3,474 pages. WikiColdplay willl undergo a major redesign soon. Make sure to follow our twitter and like us on facebook! @wikicoldplay Welcome Back & How to Sign-Up! WikiColdplay is back and we need your help updating the wiki to modern times (ie. LP7) To sign up visit the sign up thread hereCheck out the pages that need updating below, just hit the edit button to update the information! Pages that Need to be Updated –…

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    Brothers & Sisters (song)

    This article is about the song. For the EP, see Brothers & Sisters EP.TracksearchThe Oracle on Brothers & Sisters April 16, 2012 – submitted by Andrew, United States of America Q. I listened to Brothers and Sisters on YouTube and it sounds like a different mix than my CD. is that the case, or is it only my imagination? The Oracle replies: There are actually 3 versions of Brothers & Sisters – not mixes – although only 2 of those are available to buy. There was the original demo of 1998 followed by the Fierce Panda single version in 1999. A re-recording of the song also appeared as a b…

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    A Rush Of Blood To The Head Tour

    From WikiColdplayA Rush of Blood to the Head tour poster Coldplay’s A Rush Of Blood To The Head Tour was a global concert tour that supported the band’s second album, A Rush of Blood to the Head. Officially, the tour ran for almost nine months in 2003, covering five continents in the process. In 2002, Coldplay also performed a series of concerts in Europe and North America to support the album. However, these shows were not advertised as being part of the official album tour. The tour DVD Live 2003 was filmed at the Horden Pavilion in Sydney, Australia on July 21 and 22, 2003. Headliners for the tour included…

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    Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall

    From WikiColdplay’Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall’ single artwork Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall (often referred to as ETIAW), was the first track to be announced as part of Coldplay’s fifth album era and is the seventh track on the fifth Coldplay album, Mylo Xyloto, released on 24th October, 2011. Contents12 LyricsRelease Every Teardrop Is A Waterfall was made available digitally and on-air at 12pm (BST) on Friday 3rd June, except in the UK where it was released at midnight on June 4th. Background It emerged that Chris Martin collaborated with I Go To Rio tunesmiths Peter Allen and Adrienne Anderson – whose original song was sampled on the dance track.…

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    Shiver

    Shiver artwork Shiver is a song by Coldplay and is featured on their debut album, Parachutes. It was also released as the lead single from the album. “Shiver” most likely is about unrequited love. Shiver is one of the older songs in Coldplay’s catalogue, and had been performed at their early concerts since 1999. This was in contrast to other Parachutes tracks like “Yellow”, “Everything’s not Lost”, and “Trouble” that were written around New Year 2000. Contents9 LyricsChart history The song was released as the album’s lead single in the United Kingdom, and second in the United States following the hit single “Yellow”. The single reached number 35 on the…

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    Hurts Like Heaven

    Hurts Like Heaven single artworkHurts Like Heaven artwork, as seen in the pop-up version of the Mylo Xyloto album Hurts Like Heaven is the second track of Mylo Xyloto, Coldplay’s fifth album released on 24th October 2011, and also the last single of the album, released on 6th August 2011. The accompanying video to the song was released on 8th October 2012, following a weekend of smaller promotion video releases obtained through the Xperia Lounge website. Contents6 Lyrics (official)First introduction Further to the November 2010 Q article[1] revealing the inspiration behind Coldplay’s fifth album being old school American graffiti and anti-Nazi movements, Chris Martin spoke to The Sun about some…

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    Prospekt’s March EP

    Prospekt’s March EP cover Two Coldplay radio interviews aired on Saturday 30th August 2008 the UK, the first one on BBC Radio 2 with Dermot O’Leary and the second on BBC6 Music. During the second one Chris Martin confirmed details of future Coldplay releases to a well respected Steve Lamacq. An EP entitled Prospekt’s March was to be released from 19th November 2008 and the band would then wrap up the decade with a full length release in December 2009. We reported on 1st August 2008 at Coldplaying.com [1] that the band had finished working on some songs that will be released in EP format sometime in March next year,…

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    The Blue Room EP

    The Blue Room EP Album Cover The Blue Room EP was the third EP released by Coldplay, and their first release after signing with the Parlophone label in April 1999. The version of “Don’t Panic” featured on this release is a different, more atmospheric version than the one that appears on the band’s debut album Parachutes. It also features two songs culled from their Safety EP: “Bigger Stronger” and a shorter version of “Such A Rush” – the original recording but without the music before Chris Martin’s vocals. The fourth track, “High Speed”, would also appear on Coldplay’s debut album, Parachutes. Only 5000 copies were manufactured in the original pressing.…

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    Mince Spies

    Mince Spies Mince Spies (2001, released only to the pre-Parachutes Coldplay fan club, consists of a cover of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” and a remix of “Yellow”, limited to 1000 copies worldwide). TracklistingThe Oracle on Mince Spies August 21, 2012 – submitted by Marcus, Hong Kong Q. A simple question. Is it still possible to buy Mince Spies? And if yes where? The Oracle replies: Not unless anyone is selling their copy somewhere on the Internet I’m afraid. Very occasionally they turn up on a well-established auction site or an online store for rare collectibles. I just looked and couldn’t find one. July 24, 2009 – submitted by…

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    Trouble

    Yes“Trouble” is a piano-based ballad that underwent many stages of development. In September 1999, the song was dominated by fast guitar riffs and aggressive vocals reminiscent of Supergrass. This version can be previewed on the Tour Diary of the Live 2003 DVD. By November, live performances of “Trouble” began to incorporate the piano. At the final recording sessions for Parachutes, the song was slowed down to its current form with the new guitar and percussion pieces. Trouble is the third single from Coldplay’s debut album Parachutes. This was the band’s second Top 10 hit on the UK Singles Chart. Regional singles were released for UK/Europe, Norway (Live EP), and Australia…