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(Rolling Stone)   Finally, we have the question to which there is no answer: What is the best Coldplay song?   (rollingstone.com) divider line 112
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2011-10-22 12:44:51 PM  
they have more than one song?
 
2011-10-22 12:50:56 PM  
Fuxa Coldplay?
 
2011-10-22 01:20:35 PM  
The two seconds of silence after any Coldplay song? Y'know, the all-too-brief pause where you can enjoy the quiet and stop chewing at the straps, before the next song comes on and you start once again to strain against your bonds in the vain attempt to pierce your own eardrums and relieve yourself, finally, of this interminable Hell?
 
2011-10-22 01:25:11 PM  
I like Coldplay ...
 
2011-10-22 01:31:23 PM  
Don't Panic

/thread
 
2011-10-22 02:06:56 PM  
Clocks was pretty catchy when it came out. I liked Yellow before I realized I was supposed to hate Coldplay to keep my snob cred. The rest of them just kinda blend together for me and I dont know the song titles.
 
2011-10-22 02:11:15 PM  
that one song that sounds like they're ripping off U2 ripping off REM, or that other song that sounds like REM ripping off U2.
 
2011-10-22 02:47:52 PM  
none. none more song.
 
2011-10-22 03:00:02 PM  
Link (new window)
 
2011-10-22 03:01:22 PM  
What's a Cold play?

Never heard of 'em.
 
2011-10-22 03:03:03 PM  
The only way to best coldplay song is not to play.
 
2011-10-22 03:05:08 PM  
 
2011-10-22 03:05:34 PM  

HawgWild: I like Coldplay ...


I like coldplay too, but then you already knew that...
 
2011-10-22 03:12:43 PM  
any of them you never have to hear
 
2011-10-22 03:14:09 PM  
 
2011-10-22 03:14:43 PM  
*hangs head in shame*

to be fair, the last time I played the one album I admittedly enjoy --I was walking up and down the streets in Boston by myself doing a lot of thinking--repeatedly on loop. Then I sat on a bench and pulled out my journal and came to a resolution. By the time I met up with the person I'd gone with I didn't carry through. And that cost me dearly. So, like, the album is all sentimental and sh(t. I wish I could go back to that woman in that park and whisper in her ear, "Do it. You are BETTER than this."

but that's what makes life funny.

i should pull out that journal and read it again. but i don't think i can or want to.
moo point and all.

/the one with Clocks on it, which is actually my least favorite song on it.
//hated the one that followed, which i think had the la vida loca whatever one on it.
///haven't heard anything since then.
 
2011-10-22 03:15:05 PM  
The Scientist.
 
2011-10-22 03:15:43 PM  

Hillbilly Jim: The Scientist.


yes. :)
 
2011-10-22 03:18:13 PM  
This YELLOW cover (new window) is all i need to hear
 
2011-10-22 03:34:57 PM  

dstanley: Fuxa Coldplay?


Was wondering that myself. I hear people trashing them constantly, but I don't know that I've ever actually heard them play.
 
2011-10-22 03:35:28 PM  
Til Kingdom Come, because you can imagine how Johnny Cash would have done it if he had lived long enough to record it.
 
2011-10-22 03:43:15 PM  
The old man with a respirator singing "Fix You" in the movie "Young at Heart" is everything awesome and meaningful about music.

That's my only real opinion on Coldplay.
 
2011-10-22 03:56:19 PM  
Coldplay is awesome!!!

/David Gray, too.
//and Kings of Leon kicks ASS!!!
 
2011-10-22 04:06:49 PM  
hyeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhh

your sex is on fiiiiiiiiiieeeeeeeerrr
 
2011-10-22 04:19:04 PM  
I like Shiver. They're one of those bands that I don't own any of their albums but when I hear them I do like some of their songs. Basically I like them but I won't put in any effort into liking them.
 
2011-10-22 04:19:24 PM  

LewDux: Link (new window)


Reading the comments, some people actually think that was Coldplay performing.

"Fix You" is among my favorite Coldplay songs, and I gained a new appreciation for Viva La Vida after seeing a video of a live performance, in Japan I believe.
 
2011-10-22 04:20:56 PM  

Hillbilly Jim: The Scientist.



I prefer the Willie Nelson version myself.
 
2011-10-22 04:25:21 PM  
I'll just listen to "Pyramid Song" by Radiohead if it's all the same. I know I beat a dead horse, but Coldplay is just the Radiohead cover band that it big.
 
Azz
2011-10-22 04:28:54 PM  
Parachutes was excellent, A rush of blood to the head was mostly great and after that I really didn't care much
 
2011-10-22 04:29:07 PM  
The one that plays when I hit the power button. Not the one that that turns it on.
 
2011-10-22 04:30:35 PM  
Is there one in which they play no instruments, sing no lyrics, and instead put on a David Bowie album and keep their mouths shut? Because it would be that one.
 
2011-10-22 04:30:46 PM  
I like Talk, but only because of its Kraftwerk tune.
 
2011-10-22 04:32:13 PM  
I kinda liked the first two albums when their band actually had a defined sound, even if it was somber.

But when they started with that pretentious "Roman cavalry choirs are singing....I know Saint Peter will call my name..when I ruled the world" crap, then I knew it was all over.

Man, F that song.
 
2011-10-22 04:40:42 PM  
Coldplay gets unnecessary amounts of crap. They're a good band, and their batting average is pretty damn good.
 
2011-10-22 04:44:03 PM  

Azz: Parachutes was excellent, A rush of blood to the head was mostly great and after that I really didn't care much


Came here to say this. "Shiver," "Spies" and "Don't Panic" are three of very few good Coldplay songs, and are all on Parachutes. A couple decent ones live on A Rush of Blood to the Head, but any albums thereafter and I can't force myself to give a flying fark.
 
2011-10-22 04:46:35 PM  
Clocks. I was 11 when that came out, and I learned to play it on the piano.

/Just Clocks, nothing else rocks.
 
2011-10-22 04:49:53 PM  

SmitetheRighteous: I kinda liked the first two albums when their band actually had a defined sound, even if it was somber.

But when they started with that pretentious "Roman cavalry choirs are singing....I know Saint Peter will call my name..when I ruled the world" crap, then I knew it was all over.

Man, F that song.


This.

I still kinda like the band...but yeah, after "A Rush of Blood to the Head" it's been downhill...
 
2011-10-22 04:52:05 PM  
Not a Coldplay fan in general, but I do like "The Scientist". Very poignant.

That's about it.
 
2011-10-22 04:52:40 PM  
Hmm. I, I, I don't know. I mean, I guess, I sorta like 'em all.
 
2011-10-22 04:53:40 PM  
Ctrl-F for "least worst".

Phrase not found.

?
 
2011-10-22 04:53:53 PM  
Viva la Vida. Fix you is a close second.

/fark the haters
 
2011-10-22 05:03:55 PM  
Violet Hill.
 
2011-10-22 05:09:42 PM  
The song Rush of Blood To The Head is a nice depressing little ditty. They should have more songs about burning things to the ground.
 
2011-10-22 05:10:56 PM  
Spies or The Scientist. New album is glossy as hell but has 3 good tracks. They should stick to EPs.
 
2011-10-22 05:22:28 PM  
I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them
 
2011-10-22 05:26:50 PM  

fusillade762: I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them


They existed but were rather outclassed by armies that devoted most of their resources to horseback archers and such.
 
2011-10-22 05:32:15 PM  

Hebalo: Viva la Vida. Fix you is a close second.

/fark the haters


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W_n0zvoHlVk

Relevant.

Old guy singing what was supposed to be a duet with his friend who died before the performance. Makes me cry every time.
 
2011-10-22 05:32:25 PM  

SmitetheRighteous: I kinda liked the first two albums when their band actually had a defined sound, even if it was somber.

But when they started with that pretentious "Roman cavalry choirs are singing....I know Saint Peter will call my name..when I ruled the world" crap, then I knew it was all over.

Man, F that song.


Wow. THIS is the only song of their's I like.

The bullshiate scene in the video of him hanging his arms out like he is being crucified is just plain dumb, lame and sophomoric, though.
 
2011-10-22 06:02:44 PM  

fusillade762: I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them


So we are judging bands on the historical accuracy of their lyrics now.

Good to know.
 
2011-10-22 06:11:39 PM  
"The Songs I Didn't Write"

Link (new window)
 
2011-10-22 06:16:31 PM  

unicron702: I'll just listen to "Pyramid Song" by Radiohead if it's all the same. I know I beat a dead horse, but Coldplay is just the Radiohead cover band that it big.


I wish to endorse this statement!
 
2011-10-22 06:31:29 PM  

Tor_Eckman: fusillade762: I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them

So we are judging bands on the historical accuracy of their lyrics now.

Good to know.


This morning I had a discussion with someone about the historical inaccuracies in a 1960s pop hit pertaining to the Revolutionary War.
 
2011-10-22 06:35:37 PM  

HawgWild: I like Coldplay ...


I like watching midgets with donkeys porn. It doesn't mean it's right.
 
2011-10-22 06:38:58 PM  

HappyHarryHardOn: This YELLOW cover (new window) is all i need to hear


Damn you. I've just spent the past hour going through Richard Cheese songs on You Tube. There goes my Saturday.
 
2011-10-22 06:41:23 PM  
What a bunch of hipster haters in here.

The Scientist is great, especially the video for it. Violet Hill is a close second and I have to give Clocks credit for being the first Coldplay song that I heard, and because the instrumental part of it is awesome.
 
2011-10-22 06:51:51 PM  
Yellow

/sorry, haters
 
2011-10-22 06:58:27 PM  
Is this one of those 'Stop liking what I don't like' style things?
 
2011-10-22 07:00:46 PM  
42.

Nope, didn't work.
 
2011-10-22 07:02:31 PM  
Coldplay isn't terrible. Also, those that claim that only hipsters hate Coldplay are probably the same ones that hate bands they think are hipster. But whatever, people are entitled to their own opinion. I don't love Coldplay, but I think they're pretty good. I like "Violet Hill", "Viva La Vida", and "Clocks" the most.
 
2011-10-22 07:05:43 PM  

fusillade762: I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them


To be fair, I'm sure their cavalry choirs had lovely singing voices.

/that stupid song ensured that I'd never be a coldplay fan
//"incredibly good plagiarists"? no, just plagiarists with good marketing
 
2011-10-22 07:11:30 PM  
No love for "In My Place"? Sure, it pretty much rides a single riff throughout, but it's a nice riff. Plus...strings!

/no?
// =sigh=
 
2011-10-22 07:12:05 PM  

stoli n coke: Til Kingdom Come, because you can imagine how Johnny Cash would have done it if he had lived long enough to record it.


Nailed it
 
2011-10-22 07:18:32 PM  
Trouble and The Scientist for me
 
2011-10-22 07:48:44 PM  
Politik, Rush of Blood or The Scientist
 
2011-10-22 07:58:49 PM  
I like Coldplay, Nickelback and Kid Rock.
 
2011-10-22 08:01:10 PM  
dont panic
 
2011-10-22 08:04:04 PM  

Hillbilly Jim: The Scientist.


I only know it as the Randy Savage tribute song, but yes, I concur.
 
2011-10-22 08:06:56 PM  
Since Sarcastica75 came out liking one album and others stated it too, I'll add to "The Scientist" love. It was the first Coldplay song I heard, while in a shop over speakers. Took me a while to find out who sang it.
 
Skr
2011-10-22 08:17:24 PM  
For the most part, I like Coldplay songs until I start actually paying attention to the lyrics. The lyrics rub me the wrong way. On that border of being almost good but then something non sequitur and/or juvenile gets penned in.

Rule the World - with Mirrormask music video

Mirrormask is a guilty pleasure, something about it reminds me of The City of Lost Children. And this Coldplay song works fairly decently with this fan compilation.

Song sounds decent to me if I don't focus on the parts. Towards the end they went the Kings of Leon route with the backing vocals. That highly reverbed "Whoa"s and "oh's -_- meh

I listened to Parachutes on an irregular basis when it came out. First time I heard them on the radio I thought it was Dave Matthews.
 
2011-10-22 08:19:17 PM  

rogue49: Yellow

/sorry, haters


This.
 
2011-10-22 08:23:17 PM  

Monkeyfark Ridiculous: fusillade762: I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them

To be fair, I'm sure their cavalry choirs had lovely singing voices.

/that stupid song ensured that I'd never be a coldplay fan
//"incredibly good plagiarists"? no, just plagiarists with good marketing


And Cat Stevens used the same melody in Foreigner Suite in 1973. Did Satriani steal it from him?
Link

Personally, I think it's just an example of musicians being unconsciously influenced by what they've heard in the past and inadvertently re-using bits of it. In this case it's just the current popularity of hating Coldplay that causes people to froth about it. In the end even if they DID borrow, it's not really the end of the world or proof of any lack of quality or ability in Coldplay, OR Mr. Satriani. Hell, Led Zepplin ripped off entire songs, and they're still widely considered one of the greatest rock bands of all time.

/somehow I find it possible to like all threesongs and all three musicians/bands.
 
2011-10-22 08:46:33 PM  
img.photobucket.com
 
2011-10-22 08:59:38 PM  

Antimatter: Is this one of those 'Stop liking what I don't like' style things?


Yep. Just like all FARK threads.
 
2011-10-22 09:16:05 PM  

DanZero: [img.photobucket.com image 500x496]


What's wrong with staying at a coffee shop all day? :(
 
2011-10-22 09:40:29 PM  
Prospekt's March/Poppyfields

/nyah
 
2011-10-22 09:44:09 PM  
Viva la Vida
Life in Technicolor II
Don't Panic
The Scientist
Clocks
Speed of Sound
Swallowed in the Sea
White Shadows
Charlie Brown
Paradise

....i like a lot of their stuff!

Kekekekekekekee.
 
2011-10-22 09:49:38 PM  
Life in Technicolor II
The Scientist
Fix You
 
2011-10-22 09:50:34 PM  
My life doesn't revolve around bands that are more brand than substance.

Still think that if Chris weren't married to Princess Goopy, the band wouldn't be as beloved.

/hate hipsters too
 
2011-10-22 09:52:25 PM  
Tie: Trouble and Clocks
 
2011-10-22 09:53:34 PM  
DRTFT but Amsterdam is my favorite Coldplay song.
 
2011-10-22 10:18:16 PM  

HawgWild: I like Coldplay ...


So do I, no need to be ashamed of it.

Personally, Talk and Speed of Sound have been my fave songs by Coldplay, although Paradise, off their new album, is now in the running.

/Coldplay and Radiohead are TOTALLY different things
//Coldplay = alternative pop
///Radiohead = alternative (period)
////OK to like both
 
2011-10-22 10:41:17 PM  
I don't own any of their albums, which is funny, cuz I'm a fan of that big, anthemic, atmospheric sound that some bands do (U2, The Killers, etc.), yet I have most of their singles on my iPod. My favorite would have to be "Lost", and I dig "Talk", "Fix You", and I remember "Yellow" being stuck in my head forever when it first came out. I'm just afraid that I'm gonna give in, download all the albums, and be bored with everything except the singles I already own.

/Does listening to Coldpaly really make you gay, or are Seth Rogen and Paul Rudd just a couple of mean bullies?
 
2011-10-22 10:45:02 PM  
No.
Next question.
 
2011-10-22 11:09:34 PM  

I Have The Touch of a Shocked Monkey: HawgWild: I like Coldplay ...

So do I, no need to be ashamed of it.

Personally, Talk and Speed of Sound have been my fave songs by Coldplay, although Paradise, off their new album, is now in the running.

/Coldplay and Radiohead are TOTALLY different things
//Coldplay = alternative pop
///Radiohead = alternative (period)
////OK to like both


I've actually seen them live, so I guess I should REALLY be ashamed of myself.

Parachute tour. Wasn't mind blowing or anything, but they were very good live, and Mrs Eckman and I had quite a fine time.

And I really have tried to like Radiohead, but I don't. Figure that one out.
 
2011-10-22 11:13:07 PM  
Life in Technicolor II, with Cemeteries of London as a solid runner-up.
 
2011-10-23 12:28:37 AM  

FunkOut: Tor_Eckman: fusillade762: I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them

So we are judging bands on the historical accuracy of their lyrics now.

Good to know.

This morning I had a discussion with someone about the historical inaccuracies in a 1960s pop hit pertaining to the Revolutionary War.


So, she wasn't married seven times before?
 
2011-10-23 01:17:52 AM  

Azz: Parachutes was excellent, A rush of blood to the head was mostly great and after that I really didn't care much


So much this. Parachutes was their best album, after that, not so much. Give me sad and foreveralone Chris Martin any day.
 
2011-10-23 01:24:02 AM  
 
2011-10-23 01:31:55 AM  
i confess to liking one coldplay song on accident - it was the soundtrack on a youtube monatge of great lance armstrong cycling clips from a few years ago -
Link (new window)
i put it on a cycling playlist for intervals, i guess i like songs that build up like that . . . but i didn't even know who it was till i checked the lyrics and then it was too late to hate the song, A Message, out of pure "farksnark" so it's still on an ipod . . . i can dislike the band without suffering through all their "music" because Gwyneth and her husband name their kids stuff like Turnip and Quince Marmalade, and plan to name their next offspring Klondike Bar regardless of gender . . . maybe i would be more inclined to sample more of their stuff if they named their crotchfruits after furniture, like End table and Sofa bed . . . probably not
 
2011-10-23 01:47:18 AM  
i don't know if the other band mates name their kids bizarre stuff, like water fowl species - Loon, Grebe, or Merganser . . . i suppose it's possible they name them after saints, like Jerome the Incredibly Leperous, or Catherine of the Eternal Yeast Infection . . . this may have some bearing on the quality of their music . . . do the members of Nickleback name their wee ones after fishing lures? it wouldn't surprise me
 
2011-10-23 02:43:18 AM  
I normally won't go all hipster on things (I'm about 2 decades past my hipster freshness date) but Coldplay is music for people who have given up on trying to like music. I don't think I can hate Coldplay because any song I've heard I've pretty much forgotten 5 minutes later it is so non-descript.
 
2011-10-23 02:56:53 AM  
anybody else think that "Violet Hill" reminds them of KC's "Ladies of the Road" mixed with the middle solo portion of "Easy Money" ?
 
2011-10-23 04:07:00 AM  

Pandora's Litterbox: Maybe it's just because I'll listen to Johnette sing the words found on a placemat at Denny's. (new window)


That's pretty and twisted.
 
2011-10-23 05:09:14 AM  

treecologist: DRTFT but Amsterdam is my favorite Coldplay song.


I'm with you. But I also just like the band.

Sorry guyz.
 
2011-10-23 06:33:14 AM  
I just want to make sure we're all on the same page here. We hate coldplay because they steal songs. Yes, songs. With an S. Plural. Not just one. That makes them human garbage as far as I'm concerned.
 
2011-10-23 06:44:25 AM  
tsitneicS ehT (new window)
 
2011-10-23 07:29:23 AM  

Honest Bender: I just want to make sure we're all on the same page here. We hate coldplay because they steal songs. Yes, songs. With an S. Plural. Not just one. That makes them human garbage as far as I'm concerned.


I dunno. I like Led Zeppelin even though they horked a good chunk of their catalog.
 
2011-10-23 08:44:43 AM  

dugitman: Honest Bender: I just want to make sure we're all on the same page here. We hate coldplay because they steal songs. Yes, songs. With an S. Plural. Not just one. That makes them human garbage as far as I'm concerned.

I dunno. I like Led Zeppelin even though they horked a good chunk of their catalog.


This is exactly what I'm saying.

Also, as I said earlier, the melody in Viva that they are accused of stealing from a 2004 JS song also shows up in a 1970's Cat Stevens song, so...
 
2011-10-23 09:34:12 AM  

corridor: Monkeyfark Ridiculous: fusillade762: I'm partial to the last track on the album. You know, the one with the wide grooves just before the label starts.

/the Romans were known for many things, their cavalry was not one of them

To be fair, I'm sure their cavalry choirs had lovely singing voices.

/that stupid song ensured that I'd never be a coldplay fan
//"incredibly good plagiarists"? no, just plagiarists with good marketing

And Cat Stevens used the same melody in Foreigner Suite in 1973. Did Satriani steal it from him?
Link

Personally, I think it's just an example of musicians being unconsciously influenced by what they've heard in the past and inadvertently re-using bits of it. In this case it's just the current popularity of hating Coldplay that causes people to froth about it. In the end even if they DID borrow, it's not really the end of the world or proof of any lack of quality or ability in Coldplay, OR Mr. Satriani. Hell, Led Zepplin ripped off entire songs, and they're still widely considered one of the greatest rock bands of all time.

/somehow I find it possible to like all threesongs and all three musicians/bands.


Well, I don't buy that it is "unconscious" or "inadvertent"; they've boasted about intentionally swiping (and they seem like a particularly calculating franchise).

But I don't want my comment to be misunderstood. I dislike their stupid song independently of whatever plagiarizing they've done.

/fwiw the Satriani and Creaky Boards songs have some uncanny similarities to the Coldplay song; Stevens and Enanitos Verdes not so much
//not interested in any of them enough to froth about it
///just poking fun at horseback choirs
 
2011-10-23 10:16:53 AM  
Oblig.

farm7.static.flickr.com

I'm going with Don't Panic or Viva La Vida, but I really like Hurts Like Heaven & Paradise off their new album.

/not gay
 
2011-10-23 10:17:21 AM  

dalbuc: I normally won't go all hipster on things (I'm about 2 decades past my hipster freshness date) but Coldplay is music for people who have given up on trying to like music. I don't think I can hate Coldplay because any song I've heard I've pretty much forgotten 5 minutes later it is so non-descript.




I think it's music for people who think Radiohead is too weird, Catherine Wheel too noisey, and don't know who Brian Eno is beyond "U2's producer" (if even that). I also don't hate Coldplay, but damned if they aren't boring as hell. I was pretty annoyed when Yellow was played constantly, though.
 
2011-10-23 10:19:17 AM  

Sarcastica75: Hillbilly Jim: The Scientist.

yes. :)


Yes
 
2011-10-23 10:20:19 AM  

dalbuc: I normally won't go all hipster on things (I'm about 2 decades past my hipster freshness date) but Coldplay is music for people who have given up on trying to like music. I don't think I can hate Coldplay because any song I've heard I've pretty much forgotten 5 minutes later it is so non-descript.


So much THIS.
 
2011-10-23 11:19:32 AM  

FeedTheCollapse: dalbuc: I normally won't go all hipster on things (I'm about 2 decades past my hipster freshness date) but Coldplay is music for people who have given up on trying to like music. I don't think I can hate Coldplay because any song I've heard I've pretty much forgotten 5 minutes later it is so non-descript.



I think it's music for people who think Radiohead is too weird, Catherine Wheel too noisey, and don't know who Brian Eno is beyond "U2's producer" (if even that). I also don't hate Coldplay, but damned if they aren't boring as hell. I was pretty annoyed when Yellow was played constantly, though.


Definitely the shallow sheep factor. Definitely.
 
2011-10-24 03:53:52 AM  

Hillbilly Jim: Pandora's Litterbox: Maybe it's just because I'll listen to Johnette sing the words found on a placemat at Denny's. (new window)

That's pretty and twisted.


Indeed.
It served as my intro to the existence of the music of Coldplay and, to this day, is still the only thing associated with the band that I can claim to honestly like. The rest of their discography just kind of evaporates into ephemera upon hitting my eardrums and I've open-mindedly listened to all of their albums from beginning-to-end many times. Nothing else in their catalog seems to stick to the ol' memory. It's pleasant enough, I guess, while the song is playing. I'm not aroused to feelings of anger or disgust or hatred like a lot of music I've listened to over the years. But after its over...just...nothing. Completely unmemorable.
 
2011-10-24 03:57:32 AM  
It's pleasant enough, I guess, while the song album is playing.

FTFM.

/one of my exes listened to them a tremendous lot.
 
2011-10-24 04:43:14 AM  
I can understand parts of the hate, but A Rush Of Blood to the Head is a great album.
 
2011-10-24 10:17:34 AM  
Trouble.

Great song.

/ don't get all the Coldplay haters
// there are far worse bands out there
 
2011-10-24 11:45:03 AM  
Amsterdam. The answer is Amsterdam.
 
2011-10-24 02:46:21 PM  
I'm sorry but the Paradise video is genius...
 
jvl
2011-10-24 07:43:07 PM  
I like Coldplay. The trick is to never read the lyrics because they make no farking sense whatever.
 
2011-10-25 05:40:54 AM  
How about "The Sound of Silence"? Er, I mean, the sound of silence...
 
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